Stories of 14 October 2019

The Boston Globe › 1 month ago
At the very least, the decision to dump a Dorchester based nonprofit for a Kentucky-based for-profit company looks bad. Real bad.
The Sun › 1 month ago
ONE Direction heart-throb Harry Styles told yesterday how he lived in terror in his own home after a vagrant stalker camped outside for two months. Pablo Tarazaga-Orero, 26, staked out Harry’s house, ambushed him when he went jogging, pushed notes...
The Boston Globe › 1 month ago
The utility behind last week’s intentional power shut-off across Northern and Central California has restored electricity to all of its customers as shifts in weather have lessened the likelihood its equipment will spark wildfires.
Forbes › 1 month ago
The 19th annual Forbes Global CEO Conference officially opens today in Singapore, gathering some 400 of the world’s top global CEOs, tycoons, entrepreneurs, investors and thought leaders. Under the theme “Transcending the Turbulence”, this year...
CNBC › 1 month ago
China wants another round of talks before signing what U.S. President Donald Trump last week called "a very substantial phase one deal" between the two countries, a source told CNBC on Monday.
New York Post › 1 month ago
National Grid started restoring natural gas hookups Monday to customers previously denied services, following pressure from the Cuomo administration. “We’ve begun the process of contacting and re-connecting natural gas service to residential...
The Sydney Morning Herald › Lifestyle › 1 month ago
The Duchess of Cambridge has undergone something of a style transformation over the past year.
BBC News › Finance › 1 month ago
The UK will not meet its climate change targets without a revolution in home heating, a think tank says.
CBS Local › Incident › 1 month ago
The Fort Worth Police officer who shot and killed a woman in her home early Saturday morning has been booked into the Tarrant County Jail and charged with murder.
New York Post › 1 month ago
The Working Families Party on Monday called on supporters to back changing Columbus Day to Indigenous People’s Day — just hours after the 2020 Democratic candidate the group is backing, Elizabeth Warren, also called for the change. Warren has come...
BuzzFeed › 1 month ago
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The New York Times › 1 month ago
A polar bear at the Alaska Zoo has died.
Cleveland › 1 month ago
Jones hit four home runs in a five-game span and earned a spot in the Arizona Fall Stars game.
The Wall Street Journal › 1 month ago
New York City nail-salon employees are protesting what they say are poor working conditions, despite stricter state regulations aimed at improving safety.
The Sydney Morning Herald › Sports › 1 month ago
Zimbabwe was reinstated as a full member of the International Cricket Council on Monday, nearly three months after its cricket board was suspended for government interference.
UPI › 1 month ago
U.S. President Donald Trump imposed new sanctions against Turkish officials for their role in the country's military operation in Syria.
Raw Story › 1 month ago
On Monday’s edition of CNN’s “OutFront,” former Watergate assistant counsel Philip Allen Lacovara told anchor Erin Burnett that President Donald Trump has no leg to stand on when he complains about the impeachment process. “Look, it’s the...
New York Post › Opinions › 1 month ago
For yet more proof of ThriveNYC’s supreme worthlessness, consider the program’s non-answer to the pleas for help from Mariners Temple Baptist Church. As Melissa Klein reported in Sunday’s Post, Keisha Hogans of the Chinatown church reached out to...
The Inquisitr › Entertainment › 1 month ago
SPOILER ALERT: This article discusses Episode 2 (titled “We Are the End of the World”) of AMC’s The Walking Dead Season 10. Please proceed with caution if you have not yet viewed this episode and wish to avoid spoilers. As previously reported by...
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