Stories of 11 November 2019

The New York Times › Politics › 3 weeks ago
Defense Secretary Mark Esper says an Army officer has no reason to fear retribution for testifying before Congress in the impeachment inquiry of President Donald Trump.
Cleveland › Sports › 3 weeks ago
Nick Chubb has carried the Browns offense this season.
The Inquisitr › Entertainment › 3 weeks ago
Professional dancer Lindsay Arnold has returned to Instagram for the first time since revealing that her mother-in-law had suddenly passed away earlier this month. The Dancing with the Stars pro had to step away from the show in order to be with her...
Sputnik International › 3 weeks ago
BRASILIA (Sputnik) – Argentina has refuted reports that Bolivia's former Interior Minister Carlos Romero, who resigned together with Bolivian President Evo Morales, is hiding on the territory of the Argentine Embassy in La Paz, the embassy has...
CBS Local › 3 weeks ago
Prosecutors say David Njuguna of Webster was speeding when he crashed into the back of Trooper Thomas Clardy’s parked cruiser on the Massachusetts Turnpike.
The Sydney Morning Herald › Politics › 3 weeks ago
Why is China's most senior diplomat in WA publishing full-page editorials in Perth's daily newspaper? WAtoday spoke to one of the world's leading strategic experts about what could lie behind Dong Zhihua's charm offensive.
The Week › 3 weeks ago
For 12 seasons, Kaley Cuoco starred on The Big Bang Theory as Penny, the sunny heroine who tolerated her weird neighbors rambling endlessly about Star Trek or Magic: The Gathering. But according to Cuoco, the character of Penny was originally conceived...
Telegraph › Lifestyle › 3 weeks ago
Only children are no more self-centred than those who have brothers or sisters, according to research that challenges as a myth claims that they are more likely to be spoilt.
Forbes › Finance › 3 weeks ago
Last week, Selena Gomez scored her first No. 1 hit on the Hot 100 with her near-instant smash “Lose You to Love Me,” but it was destined to be a one-week leader.
NBC News › 3 weeks ago
What to expect from public hearings in the inquiry this week.
The Inquisitr › 3 weeks ago
Sara Orrego shared a new photo to her Instagram page in which she shows off her bikini bod, and her legion of fans can barely contain their excitement. Over the weekend, the Colombian bombshell took to the popular social media platform to show that she...
Sputnik International › 3 weeks ago
Upgrades on the recently unveiled Xian H-6N will allow the strategic bomber to drastically surpass its predecessor’s maximum strike range through the use of both supersonic drones and cruise missiles, according to sources close to the People’s...
Chronicle Live › Sports › 3 weeks ago
All the latest Newcastle United news after the Magpies' victory over Bournemouth
Manchester Evening News › Sports › 3 weeks ago
A world famous data analyst has predicted the final Premier League table - and it's not promising for Manchester City and Man Utd.
The Sun › Politics › 3 weeks ago
WHITE Van Man snob Emily Thornberry is on course to lose her seat, according to private Labour party polling. The Shadow Foreign Secretary is trailing behind the Lib Dems in her north London seat of Islington South and Finsbury. A senior Labour source...
Forbes › Finance › 3 weeks ago
It seemed only a matter of time before the outspoken commentator's views would run afoul of today's sensibilities, but it still feels like the end of an era.
The New York Times › Finance › 3 weeks ago
A task force at the DealBook conference addressed the role of corporate America in tackling this divisive issue.
Mirror Online › Politics › 3 weeks ago
Screenshots of tweets circulating on Twitter appear to show the parliamentary hopeful used racist and homophobic slurs in tweets sent in 2009 and 2010. We'll be bringing you the very latest updates, pictures and video on this breaking news story
Chronicle Live › Sports › 3 weeks ago
Paul Reid was quizzed about Sunderland's under-18s and under-23s recent poor results
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