Stories of 12 October 2019

Washington Post › 1 month ago
Responding police officers shot and killed one of the animals, an American Bulldog mix.
The Sydney Morning Herald › Sports › 1 month ago
Green Bay Packers running back Aaron Jones has been fined $10,527 ($15,500) for an unsportsmanlike conduct penalty.
New York Post › 1 month ago
A diminutive fire hydrant in Dumbo was responsible for a whopping 145 parking tickets from June 2018 to August 2019 — a grand total of $16,675, records show.
Raw Story › Politics › 1 month ago
President Donald Trump lashed out at the impeachment inquiry during a speech before a designated hate group on Saturday. Trump spoke at the Values Voters Summit in Washington, DC after spending the day at Trump National Golf Course. The summit is...
The Boston Globe › Sports › 1 month ago
The Redhawks relay team of Nick Melisi, Peter Briggs, and Matt George finished more than 10 seconds ahead of Plymouth South.
Forbes › 1 month ago
Before you bark up the wrong tree, this is what these two just-published studies really showed.
Metro › Entertainment › 1 month ago
SO adorable.
Sputnik International › Opinions › 1 month ago
In every UK and Scottish election since 1997 I have helped to write socialist manifestos. Many of the policies which were dismissed as extreme or unrealistic by the grey suited middle class ‘mainstream’ have gone on to become ‘mainstream...
CBS Local › 1 month ago
Kayakers splashed through a ribbon cutting at the new whitewater park just east of the College Avenue bridge.
CBS Local › 1 month ago
A suspect is in custody after two people were shot at the New England Pentecostal Ministries in Pelham, New Hampshire.
CBC › Politics › 1 month ago
Liberal Leader Justin Trudeau wore a bulletproof vest on stage at a campaign rally after a security threat, senior Liberal sources tell CBC News.
New York Post › Sports › 1 month ago
HOUSTON — Asked how Aaron Judge and Gary Sanchez in particular have prepared for their second ALCS in three seasons after getting a taste of it in 2017, Aaron Boone didn’t put all the onus on them but made it quite clear the Yankees need the duo to...
Washington Examiner › 1 month ago
A George Washington University law professor, who was the last lead defense counsel in a Senate impeachment trial, took aim at the media for dismissing allegations of corruption by former Vice President Joe Biden and his son Hunter.
The Inquisitr › 1 month ago
Brazilian-American fitness model Bruna Rangel Lima recently took to her Instagram page and wowed her fans with a new car selfie. In the snap, the blonde bombshell could be seen wearing a front-zipper sports bra that she deliberately left slightly...
The Sun › Finance › 1 month ago
THERE may be a chill in the air but there doesn’t need to be one in your bedroom. Now that autumn is here, I’ve been on a mission to make my bedroom cosy. That means stocking up on bed linen, banishing draughts and maximising my radiator potential...
USA Today › Sports › 1 month ago
Eric Barriere passed for 445 yards and five touchdowns, three of them to Talolo Limu-Jones, and Eastern Washington rolled to a 54-21 victory over Northern Colorado
The Sun › Entertainment › 1 month ago
BRENDAN Cole made an awkward dig at Strictly Come Dancing as he tried to mount a showbiz comeback on X Factor: Celebrity. The professional dancer was axed from the BBC One show after the 13 years on the show. On tonight’s first episode of the...
CBS Local › 1 month ago
More than 40,000 runners will pound the pavement across Chicago's neighborhoods Sunday for the 26.2 mile race.
USA Today › Sports › 1 month ago
No. 8 Badgers posted fourth shutout of season in 38-0 win over Michigan State
The Independent › 1 month ago
Quantexa founder Vishal Marria speaks to Andy Martin about the moment he realised big data could tell us everything we needed to know to catch the bad guys
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