• Pittsburgh synagogue shooter Robert Bowers hit with 29 federal charges
Pittsburgh synagogue shooter Robert Bowers hit with 29 federal charges

Ambassador Dayan represents Israel in five states, including Pennsylvania. Federal prosecutors have filed hate crime charges against the Pennsylvania man they say stormed the synagogue and opened fire. "Screw your optics, I'm going in". Scott Brady, from the Federal Bureau of Investigation, said they would do everything to ensure Bowers was hel...

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  • Meghan Markle Nails Speech About Women's Right to Vote
Meghan Markle Nails Speech About Women's Right to Vote

Listen out for a 21-gun salute in the late afternoon. Meghan , sipping from a cup of tea and wearing a grey Club Monaco trench coat to ward off the Wellington chill, added: "You're all doing really excellent work". Pukeahu National War Memorial Park and a terribly exciting public walkabout in Wellington . The couple started their second ful...

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  • U.S. official says Putin invited to visit Washington next year
U.S. official says Putin invited to visit Washington next year

Mr. Trump's earlier invitation to Mr. Putin sparked an outcry in Washington, including from lawmakers in Mr. Trump's Republican party, who argued that Mr. Bush was president. The last time the President met with Russian President Vladimir Putin, he was attacked from those on both sides of the aisle for his less-than-strong reaction to the man wh...

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  • Five Times Andrew Gillum’s Narrative Changed on How He Obtained ‘Hamilton’ Ticket
Five Times Andrew Gillum’s Narrative Changed on How He Obtained ‘Hamilton’ Ticket

Alongside the racial politics in the gubernatorial race are ethical questions, particularly as they pertain to the ongoing FBI investigation into city government in Tallahassee and recent reports that Gillum had accepted a coveted ticket to the Broadway musical Hamilton from an undercover FBI agent posing as a real estate developer in 2016.

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  • Queen Elizabeth’s last corgi passes away
Queen Elizabeth’s last corgi passes away

Q.E. adopted the pooch from a former staffer back in 2016. Despite saying that she didn't want any more dogs, as too many posed a tripping risk, the Queen just couldn't say no to Whisper, and so she welcome the dog into her family. Susan herself was a gift to the queen (who was then a princess) on her 18th birthday. She anxious about trippi...

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  • Helicopter crash at Leicester City FC
Helicopter crash at Leicester City FC

And the Swede told BBC Radio Five Live: "It's frightening news". "I hope they're OK". "I knew the whole family and the father". It was unknown how many other people were traveling with him, the report said. The helicopter crashed just yards from the pitch in the club's auto park. Also on board the helicopter were a daughter of Vichai, two...

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  • Robert De Niro speaks out on suspicious package at his restaurant
Robert De Niro speaks out on suspicious package at his restaurant

Law enforcement officers were seen on television Friday examining a white van, its windows covered with an assortment of stickers, in the city of Plantation, Florida. Prosecutors appear to have dropped charges in other matters. MSNBC reported that he was registered as a Republican Party member. He filed for bankruptcy in 2012.

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  • Mexico offers temporary work permits to members of migrant caravan
Mexico offers temporary work permits to members of migrant caravan

Activist Irineo Mujica of the People Without Frontiers group is supporting the migrants in the caravan. He told the group that 80 percent of those who apply for protective status would be rejected and deported. Honduras said 4,500 of its citizens attempting to emigrate have returned to the country in recent days. Mexico's government is recom...

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  • CARAVAN CRISIS: Trump Considers Executive Order to 'HALT ENTRY' for 'Migrant Caravan'
CARAVAN CRISIS: Trump Considers Executive Order to 'HALT ENTRY' for 'Migrant Caravan'

Interested in Donald Trump? However, it now appears such smaller groups will be picked off by immigration authorities, keeping them from swelling the caravan's ranks. The Latest on the caravan of Central American migrants hoping to travel through Mexico to the U.S. A separate caravan of Central Americans earlier this spring was undeterred...

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  • Trump questions 'this bomb stuff' and complains of harm to midterm chances
Trump questions 'this bomb stuff' and complains of harm to midterm chances

According to multiple reports , law enforcement has made an arrest in connection with the suspicious devices sent to prominent Democrats and Democratic leaders. "Do not touch, do not move any suspicious or unknown package". United States media has reported that much of the investigation has focused on Florida, where officials believe that at l...

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  • Media try to 'score political points' amid bomb scare
Media try to 'score political points' amid bomb scare

Sayoc was taken into custody on Friday morning outside an auto parts store in Plantation, Florida , federal authorities said. Some packages included photographs of the intended recipients marked with a red "x", the Federal Bureau of Investigation said.

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  • Turks to search Saudi Arabia consul's well
Turks to search Saudi Arabia consul's well

Saudi Arabia has admitted he was killed there, but Khashoggi's body has not yet been found. "From the person who gave the order, to the person who carried it out, they must all be brought to account", he said , adding that Riyadh needed to "uncover all those responsible for this matter from top to bottom".

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  • 14 kids injured in China knife attack
14 kids injured in China knife attack

An unknown number of students were taken to hospital following the incident, according to the statement , while the female attacker was taken into custody. A photo posted on Twitter of the knife attack in a kindergarten in China. In another video, a child with his head in bandages is rushed past on a hospital bed, as crowds look on.

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  • Khashoggi killing undermines regional stability of Middle East, Mattis says
Khashoggi killing undermines regional stability of Middle East, Mattis says

She was one of the last people to see Khashoggi alive, having gone with him to the consulate on October 2. Later, however, it said that Khashoggi was killed accidentally in a "fist fight" with a Saudi hit squad. Cengiz says: "I found myself in a darkness I can not express". Erdogan on Friday called on Riyadh to reveal who ordered the killing an...

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  • ‘Multiple casualties’ in shooting at Pittsburgh synagogue
‘Multiple casualties’ in shooting at Pittsburgh synagogue

Reporters at the scene say that the attacker was shouting "all Jews need to die". After taking multiple lives and exchanging gunfire with police, the suspect surrendered and was taken into custody. Calling it an act of hatred and pledging support to the Jewish community, Advisor to POTUS, Ivanka Trump said , "America is stronger than the acts of...

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  • Central Intelligence Agency director set to brief Trump on Khashoggi as President fumes
Central Intelligence Agency director set to brief Trump on Khashoggi as President fumes

The prime minister blamed Stephen Harper's previous Conservative government - which signed the contract to sell light armoured vehicles to the desert kingdom - for making it so costly to cancel and for making it impossible for him to publicly reveal the exact figure.

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  • Palestinian militants agree ceasefire with Israel
Palestinian militants agree ceasefire with Israel

The resolution called on UN Secretary General Antonio Guterres to make proposals within 60 days "on ways and means for ensuring the safety, protection, and well-being of the Palestinian civilian population under Israeli occupation", including "recommendations regarding an worldwide protection mechanism".

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  • Blowtorch used to kill spiders may have started California house fire
Blowtorch used to kill spiders may have started California house fire

Past year an America man went to great lengths to kill spiders in the middle of the night. Now the meme has become reality as a man trying to kill black widow spiders at is parents house chose to use a blowtorch to remove the problem, but ended up causing $10,000 in fire damage, according to a report from the Los Angeles Times .

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  • Oman says time to accept Israel in region, offers help for peace
Oman says time to accept Israel in region, offers help for peace

The meeting was the first of its kind between leaders of the two countries since 1996. Israel said the trip came "after lengthy contacts between the two countries". In June, however, Saudi Arabia, the United Arab Emirates, Egypt, and Jordan assured the U.S. of their support for the plan during visits to those countries by Trump's senior adviser...

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  • Explosive devices found in mail sent to Hillary Clinton, Obama
Explosive devices found in mail sent to Hillary Clinton, Obama

Another package reportedly containing explosives was also sent to former President Barack Obama . Bill Clinton was at the family's Chappaqua home at the time the package was intercepted Tuesday night at a Westchester County facility, said a person familiar with his schedule.

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