Stories of 15 November 2019

Breitbart › Entertainment › 3 weeks ago
NBC's "Will & Grace," starring virulent leftist actress Debra Messing, fell to a new ratings low, this week.
New York Daily News › Lifestyle › 3 weeks ago
Both hearings are open to the public, but only invited guests can speak at the Queens roundtable.
CBS Local › Sports › 3 weeks ago
We asked CBSLA Sports Director Jim Hill for his predictions for four of the biggest NFL games in week 11. Here's his breakdown.
The New York Times › 3 weeks ago
The 92nd Oscars is getting some fresh faces behind the production.
Forbes › Finance › 3 weeks ago
The next checkpoint in the Clippers' path to success has been crossed. Paul George made his season debut on Thursday in a loss to the Pelicans, but it was an overwhelmingly positive performance that foreshadowed how difficult they will be to guard.
USA Today › Sports › 3 weeks ago
Defending champion Alexander Zverev secured the last semifinal spot at the ATP Finals on Friday _ eliminating Rafael Nadal in the process
The Wall Street Journal › Opinions › 3 weeks ago
Powell says the Fed’s mandate doesn’t include reducing CO2 emissions.
Chicago Tribune › 3 weeks ago
Seven Oak Park and River Forest High School students earned perfect composite scores of 36 on their recent ACT tests
Slate › Politics › 3 weeks ago
With a Twitter attack on today’s witness, the president created an indefensible position for himself.
CBS News › 3 weeks ago
President Trump is responding to accusations of witness intimidation. instead, he flipped the script on Adam Schiff. Weijia Jiang reports.
The Sun › 3 weeks ago
A BAR in Dubai is offering women free drinks based on how much they weigh – and less doesn’t mean more. Fusion Club at the Cassells Al Barsha Hotel in the United Arab Emirates is running the promotion where the higher the number on the scale the...
The Independent › Lifestyle › 3 weeks ago
Instagram likes may be gone, but how long until they stop being an influence?
The Wall Street Journal › Opinions › 3 weeks ago
She’s naming and shaming rich citizens, even if they’re liberals.
The New York Times › 3 weeks ago
The president of a private liberal arts college in Minnesota is asking his board of trustees to remove the school founder’s name from a campus building over concerns about his racist and sexist views in the 1800s.
CBC › 3 weeks ago
A woman who infamously threw a chair from a downtown Toronto balcony in February has pleaded guilty to one charge connected to the incident.
Fox News › Lifestyle › 3 weeks ago
Two private planes reportedly collided at San Antonio International Airport on Friday afternoon.
Forbes › 3 weeks ago
The tech giant has recently made a big move into the category.
The Wall Street Journal › Opinions › 3 weeks ago
The chief impeacher tries to redefine ‘bribery’ under the law.
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