• Missing Saudi Journalist Killed Inside Istanbul Consulate: Turkish Police Sources
Missing Saudi Journalist Killed Inside Istanbul Consulate: Turkish Police Sources

Ankara announced on Saturday it had opened an official probe into his disappearance. Amnesty International called on Saudi authorities to "immediately disclose the evidence supporting their claim that Jamal Khashoggi left the consulate last Tuesday, otherwise their claims are utterly baseless and only exacerbate suspicions that they are indee...

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  • Trump marks Columbus Day without mentioning Native Americans
Trump marks Columbus Day without mentioning Native Americans

While thousands of people are celebrating Columbus Day on Monday, more and more people and cities are refusing to observe the holiday - including Columbus, Ohio . The Stock Market is open Columbus Day, but the bond markets are closed. In fact, Columbus, Ohio , has no real connection to the man himself. For the most part, businesses, stores ...

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  • Senate poised to confirm Brett Kavanaugh on day of rage
Senate poised to confirm Brett Kavanaugh on day of rage

Noisy to the end, the Senate battle featured a call of the roll that was interrupted several times by protesters shouting in the spectators' gallery before Capitol Police removed them. "We know that in our role of advice and consent it is not just the record itself, there is more that is attached to it", Murkowski said. Then she took her seat, lo...

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  • Michael now a Category 1 hurricane
Michael now a Category 1 hurricane

For the Columbus area, the National Weather Service in Peachtree City, Ga., as of Monday evening, is forecasting the possibility of tropical storm conditions much of the day Wednesday and into the night before calming down Thursday morning, with an 80 percent chance of precipitation to include heavy rainfall and wind gusts up to 20 miles per hour.

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  • US Senate confirms Kavanaugh to SC after divisive fight
US Senate confirms Kavanaugh to SC after divisive fight

The Senate confirmed Brett Kavanaugh to the Supreme Court on Saturday, almost 3 months after President Donald Trump nominated him. Sen. Joe Manchin of West Virginia was the only Democrat to vote in favor of Kavanaugh's confirmation .

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  • Trump apologizes to Kavanaugh for his 'terrible suffering'
Trump apologizes to Kavanaugh for his 'terrible suffering'

President Trump said allegations of sexual misconduct against Mr Kavanaugh were "all made up, it was fabricated and it's a disgrace". He predicted during his morning White Hous departure that midterm voters will reward Republican lawmakers who supported Kavanaugh, defying conventional wisdom that suggests Democrats have momentum fueled by...

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  • Kavanaugh sex assault claims were 'all made up'
Kavanaugh sex assault claims were 'all made up'

US President Donald Trump has said the sex assault claims made against his new Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh were a "hoax" and "all made up". Shouts of protesters disrupted the first few votes . Ford had hesitated to put her name to the allegations, telling The Washington Post that she feared upending her life while leaving Kavanaug...

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  • Former Trump aide Hope Hicks to work at Fox company
Former Trump aide Hope Hicks to work at Fox company

The so-called new Fox will comprise Fox Broadcasting, Fox News and Fox Sports. She left the White House in April, after rising to prominence as a close Trump adviser during the 2016 presidential campaign. She worked for Trump at his company before he was elected. Along with Hicks' new appointment, Fox also stated Monday that Danny O'Brien wil...

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  • Rosenstein, Trump to Travel to Florida on Monday
Rosenstein, Trump to Travel to Florida on Monday

The urgency for a meeting also appeared to abate after Rosenstein spoke by telephone with Trump, and the president told reporters that "My preference would be to keep [Rosenstein]", USA Today reported . "We believe that criminals who kill our police officers should immediately, with trial, but rapidly as possible, not 15 years later, 20 years late...

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  • Brazil front-runner Bolsonaro misses last presidential debate
Brazil front-runner Bolsonaro misses last presidential debate

The main target of participants in the final and most-watched presidential debate in Brazil has been the absent front-runner, far-right candidate Jair Bolsonaro . Haddad's support relies on the popularity of his mentor, jailed former President Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva, who was barred from running due to a corruption conviction.

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  • Kavanaugh to attend White House event, as elections loom
Kavanaugh to attend White House event, as elections loom

But they're well aware that the president often struggles to stay on message and can quickly overshadow his political victories with new controversies. "We were standing up for the presumption of innocence", he said. During his speech today in Orlando, FL, Donald Trump attacked Democrats while calling them "evil" over they handled themselves th...

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  • Bulgarian TV journalist probing misuse of European Union funds raped and murdered
Bulgarian TV journalist probing misuse of European Union funds raped and murdered

Bulgarian Interior Minister Mladen Marinov, who travelled to Ruse to oversee the inquiry on Monday, has said there was no evidence so far to suggest a link to Marinova's work as a journalist. Bivol .bg owner Asen Yordanov said he had received credible information his journalists were in danger of being assaulted because of the investigation.

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  • Melania Trump ends four-state tour of Africa in Cairo
Melania Trump ends four-state tour of Africa in Cairo

Joshua Meservey, a senior Africa policy analyst at the conservative Heritage Institute, said there were modest expectations for the first lady's trip, and she largely met them, avoiding any major gaffes along the way. "What happened so many years ago is really a tragedy", she said. Kenya is the third stop on her Africa tour, which began Tue...

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  • Temperatures to rise 1.5 degrees Celsius by 2030-2052 without rapid steps
Temperatures to rise 1.5 degrees Celsius by 2030-2052 without rapid steps

Temperatures are likely to rise by 1.5 degrees Celsius between 2030 and 2052 if global warming continues at its current pace and if the world fails to take rapid and unprecedented measures to stem the increase, a United Nations report said on Monday.

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  • Barbara Bush Marries Craig Coyne In Intimate Maine Ceremony
Barbara Bush Marries Craig Coyne In Intimate Maine Ceremony

Barbara Pierce Bush married Craig Louis Coyne in a private family ceremony at Walker's Point in Kennebunkport, Maine , Oct. 7, 2018. "My heart exploded last night as I watched my dearest sissy get married in Maine". The wedding ceremony was a true family affair, with the bride's aunt Dorothy Bush Koch officiating. It was a "very short, sweet c...

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  • Palestinian kills two Israelis in West Bank
Palestinian kills two Israelis in West Bank

Meanwhile, Palestinian group Fatah said Israel's denial of Palestinian rights was the cause of such attacks. Conricus called it a terrorist attack but said other unspecified factors were involved. Palestinian militant groups praised the attack, calling it revenge for Israeli "crimes" towards the Palestinians. "One of the workers was sacked ...

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  • Tracking Michael | Spaghetti models, forecast cone and satellite
Tracking Michael | Spaghetti models, forecast cone and satellite

In a Sunday presser , Scott, who has activated 500 National Guard troops, warned that Michael-which the Weather Channel noted "rapidly intensified" from Sunday into Monday morning-could come ashore as a Category 2 hurricane, with winds gusting at more than 100mph.

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  • William Nordhaus, Paul Romer win Nobel Economics Prize
William Nordhaus, Paul Romer win Nobel Economics Prize

Last year's win by American Richard Thaler was unusually accessible to the layman - his work studied the human irrationality that can mess with economic theory. Nordhaus was recognized for his pioneering work in applying economic analysis to climate change forecasts. Romer laid the foundation for " endogenous growth theory ", which predicts econo...

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  • EU's Juncker upbeat on Brexit agreement, no-deal not an option
EU's Juncker upbeat on Brexit agreement, no-deal not an option

The European Union's Brexit negotiators believe a divorce deal with Britain is "very close", diplomatic sources said, in a sign a compromise on the most contentious issue of the future Irish border might be in the making, though details were scarce.

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  • Susan Rice considering 2020 challenge to Collins in Maine
Susan Rice considering 2020 challenge to Collins in Maine

Trump continued lashing out at Democrats when he rallied supporters in Topeka, telling them the opposition party conducted a "shameless campaign of political and personal destruction" against Kavanaugh. Ford has just dropped a bombshell that will make President Donald Trump and the other Republicans in Washington very happy. Mr Kavanaugh's appo...

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