Stories of 18 October 2019

USA Today › Politics › 1 month ago
The Senate majority leader never mentions President Donald Trump by name in his op-ed for the Washington Post.
Mirror Online › Sports › 1 month ago
Fans were banned from watching Champions League game against Chelsea - so one supporter got in touch with League Two club who play the same night
Fox News › 1 month ago
Greg Gutfeld poked holes Friday in former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton's accusation that Democratic presidential candidate Tulsi Gabbard is a "favorite" of the Russians who are preparing her for a third-party run in the general elections.
Sputnik International › 1 month ago
MOSCOW (Sputnik) – At least 52 members of Lebanon’s security forces have been injured during anti-government protests in Beirut, while 70 people have been detained, the Lebanese Internal Security Forces (ISF) said.
Mirror Online › 1 month ago
AccuWeather says Brits will suffer above-abnormal rainfall - but it is not likely to break records
Metro › Entertainment › 1 month ago
They first went public in January.
New York Post › Opinions › 1 month ago
You can blame Mario Cuomo for the Thruway Authority’s fiscal stress — the new Mario M. Cuomo Bridge, that is. The new Tappan Zee crossing was much-needed — the old bridge was literally falling apart — but Gov. Andrew Cuomo decided the only way...
Sputnik International › Technology › 1 month ago
Boeing has once again found itself in hot water with the US Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) and Congress after the publication of a 2016 conversation between company officials revealed concerns about the software system responsible for the deadly...
USA Today › Sports › 1 month ago
New Jersey Devils sign center Nico Hischier to $50.75 million, seven-year contract extension
The New York Times › 1 month ago
The Caribbean country was thrown into a crisis this year by a spate of tourist deaths. The F.B.I. finding has bolstered Dominican authorities’ claim that the deaths were natural.
One America News Network › 1 month ago
QUITO (Reuters) - Ecuadorean President Lenin Moreno on Friday proposed a new tax on corporations and a simplification of the tax system to improve government finances after a plan to eliminate fuel
Breitbart › Politics › 1 month ago
A poll shows Eddie Risponse has moved into a tie with Gov. John Bel Edwards four weeks before the November 16 Louisiana gubernatorial runoff.
USA Today › 1 month ago
Appearing before an emergency meeting of the California Public Utilities Commission, Pacific Gas and Electric executives\u00a0defended their decision to shut off power earlier this month to two million people to prevent wildfires. (Oct. 18)
The New York Times › 1 month ago
Masked demonstrators clashed with police in central Barcelona on Friday as a fifth day of protests over the jailing of separatist leaders turned violent.
Daily Mail Online › 1 month ago
Photographer Keith Morris, 61, was tragically found dead on a beach near his home in Aberystwyth earlier this month after being reported missing. His wife Gilly drove their VW camper van to funeral.
The Hill › 1 month ago
President Trump's personal attorney, Rudy Giuliani, asked the State Department and White House to grant a visa to the former Ukrainian prosecutor who Joe Biden wanted removed when he was vice president, a career diplomat...
CNET › Technology › 1 month ago
Including our budget pick and favorite set for small kitchens.
One America News Network › Finance › 1 month ago
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Bank of Japan Governor Haruhiko Kuroda said on Friday there was no talk among Group of 20 finance leaders on the possibility of central banks issuing digital currencies, as part
New York Post › Sports › 1 month ago
The Yankees brought their bats to Game 5. The Bronx Bombers took it to Justin Verlander in the bottom of the first inning of their ALCS Game 5 matchup, tagging the Astros’ starter for two home runs and a 4-1 lead. DJ LeMahieu got the Yankees on the...
The New York Times › 1 month ago
Honduran politician Juan Antonio "Tony" Hernandez was found guilty of U.S. drug trafficking charges on Friday after a two-week trial that featured dramatic accusations of corruption against his brother, the Central American nation's president.
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