Stories of 13 November 2019

The New York Times › Finance › 3 weeks ago
Ferrari is set to roll out the Roma, a record fifth new model this year for the 'Prancing Horse', as it expands its stable to help sustain its profit and share price growth.
ABC News › 3 weeks ago
This is the first of what could be many meetings between two dynamic young AFC quarterbacks when Deshaun Watson and the Houston Texans visit Lamar Jackson and the Baltimore Ravens
Breitbart › Politics › 3 weeks ago
Pet Partners worked with the Pet Industry Joint Advisory Council to bring some furry cheer to counteract impeachment stress Wednesday afternoon.
The Boston Globe › Entertainment › 3 weeks ago
With "Quixote Neuvo," Octavio Solis created his own version of Cervantes's tale that connected more closely to his own experience as a contemporary Mexican-American.
Fox News › Lifestyle › 3 weeks ago
A bride-to-be is taking wedding planning to a new level by asking complete strangers online to plan her nuptials from beginning to end.
BBC News › 3 weeks ago
Difficult encounters for Boris Johnson and Jeremy Corbyn on the campaign trail are among the front-page stories.
CBS News › 3 weeks ago
During the first public testimony in the impeachment inquiry, both diplomats pointed out the importance of the U.S. relationship with Ukraine. "Face the Nation" moderator Margaret Brennan and Major Garrett join the "CBS Evening News" to explain why it...
The Sun › Lifestyle › 3 weeks ago
I’M A Celebrity could be forced to axe its campfire for the first time in its show’s history because of dangerous wildfires. Bosses are concerned about the risk to stars who use it to boil water, barbecue and stay warm throughout the show. The camp...
The New York Times › Politics › 3 weeks ago
Former Massachusetts Governor Deval Patrick has told supporters he will join the Democratic race and run for president, media outlets including the New York Times reported on Wednesday.
Breitbart › Politics › 3 weeks ago
Rep. Mark Meadows slammed Nancy Cordes during a recess break from the impeachment inquiry waged by the Democrat Party.
The Wall Street Journal › Technology › 3 weeks ago
Facebook reported gains in detecting hate speech, child-abuse imagery and terrorist propaganda on its platforms and said its willingness to publish statistics on the removal of objectionable content shows its commitment to transparency.
The Boston Globe › Sports › 3 weeks ago
New England faces key stretch of four straight games against teams .500 or better.
Fox News › Opinions › 3 weeks ago
This impeachment spectacle is just a repeat of the collusion spectacle. A mysterious source triggers a massive investigation that goes nowhere. We've seen it. We've done it. We've paid for it.
CBS News › 3 weeks ago
Michelle Curran flew 160 combat hours in Afghanistan before joining the team
New York Post › 3 weeks ago
A Hollywood screenwriter who got hot diarrhea poured on her by a homeless man says the dumping was so horrific that she believed it was an acid attack. Heidi Van Tassell, 48, said Wednesday that she’s still traumatized from the unprovoked assault...
New York Daily News › Incident › 3 weeks ago
A 12-year-old California boy was showering at a friend’s house when the friend sneaked into the shower and splashed him with a cup of hot liquid, sending the boy to the hospital with third-degree burns.
Alternet › 3 weeks ago
George Conway argued Wednesday on MSNBC’s “Deadline: White House” that President Donald Trump himself is undercutting his allies’ ability to defend him in the impeachment inquiry. A conservative lawyer and…
The New York Times › 3 weeks ago
U.S. President Donald Trump on Wednesday lauded his relationship with Turkish President Tayyip Erdogan as the leaders met to overcome mounting differences between the two NATO allies ranging from Syria policy to Turkey's purchase of a Russian missile...
CNBC › 3 weeks ago
It's that time again! "Mad Money" host Jim Cramer rings the lightning round bell, which means he's giving his answers to callers' stock questions at rapid speed.
New York Daily News › 3 weeks ago
Kathryn Garcia, de Blasio’s senior adviser on lead prevention, testified that in the first half of 2019, the number of cases of children with elevated blood levels dropped 10%.
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