Stories of 16 October 2019

The New York Times › Opinions › 1 month ago
The performer in chief is forcing us to live in a B-movie horror.
Washington Times › 1 month ago
The U.S. Air Force has released the name of an airman stationed at Ellsworth Air Force Base who was found dead at an off-base residence.
ABC News › Lifestyle › 1 month ago
Negotiations to settle thousands of lawsuits over the toll of opioids are broadening days before opening arguments are scheduled in the first federal trial on the drug crisis
The Hill › 1 month ago
President Trump poured fuel on the fire in his fight with Congress over Syria, lashing out at Democrats during a closed-door White House meeting on Wednesday and sparring publicly with Republican allies.The chaotic...
The Boston Globe › 1 month ago
Chicago teachers strike demands include push for affordable housing to help homeless students
The Inquisitr › 1 month ago
Camille Kostek sent temperatures soaring on Instagram again this week with a new upload that drove her fans absolutely wild. The post was shared to the Sports Illustrated: Swimsuit Edition cover girl’s Instagram page on Wednesday, October 16, and was...
Washington Times › 1 month ago
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New York Daily News › 1 month ago
Community leaders on Wednesday called on the Trump administration to open a civil rights investigation into the Fort Worth Police Department in the wake of a
Mirror Online › Sports › 1 month ago
McGregor wants a match-up with Edgar in December and told UFC chief White he'll give his purse to charity
UPI › 1 month ago
The U.S. State Department expects to resume financial assistance to El Salvador, Guatemala and Honduras after the three Central American countries signed an asylum agreement, Secretary of State Mike Pompeo announced.
The Sydney Morning Herald › 1 month ago
A major Victorian hospital is under fire after repeatedly telling a patient's family and police that he was alive and had been discharged, when his body was in fact in the hospital's morgue.
Cleveland › Entertainment › 1 month ago
The 30th annual Meadows Turkey Bowl is back again in Medina. One of its beneficiaries will be a determined 3-year-old girl who is motivating the 50 players who compete on Thanksgiving morning in the pickup football game.
CNET › Technology › 1 month ago
The iPhone aims for true-to-life photos, but this Android beast shoots more Instagram-ready images.
The Hill › 1 month ago
A key diplomat and donor to President Trump is scheduled to appear Thursday before three House committees in highly anticipated testimony that could shed more light on the Ukraine controversy roiling the nation's capital....
Politico › Politics › 1 month ago
"You’re not going to out-left Bernie Sanders and Elizabeth Warren. But you could be the new moderate voice in the race," said one Democrat.
Washington Times › 1 month ago
Authorities say two men are facing federal human smuggling charges after 32 immigrants were found locked in a refrigerated semitrailer at a southern Arizona immigration checkpoint.
New York Daily News › Sports › 1 month ago
Game 4 of the AL Championship Series scheduled for Wednesday night has been postponed because of rain in the forecast.
Mirror Online › 1 month ago
Infuriated animal rights protesters are demanding the Laboratory of Pharmacology and Toxicology near Hamburg be shut down
The Sydney Morning Herald › Incident › 1 month ago
Jacob James Fuller, 20, pleaded guilty to drink driving and driving with a suspended provisional license at Sutherland Court on Thursday.
The Sun › 1 month ago
A TWISTED dad has admitted to raping an 11-year-old girl three times after snatching her as she walked to school. Brett David Hill, 49, of New South Wales, Australia, forced the child into his car after he threatened her with a pair of scissors. She...
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