Stories of 2 October 2019

USA Today › 1 week ago
It was a moving moment when Brandt Jean asked the judge if he could hug Amber Guyger, the former Dallas cop who shot and killed his brother.
BBC News › Politics › 1 week ago
A change in the law will make it a criminal offence for parents to use any physical punishment on their children.
Daily Mail Online › 1 week ago
Andrew Griggs, 56, is accused of killing Debbie Griggs, 34, in May 1999. She went missing from her home in Deal, Kent on the evening of May 5 that year.
The Wall Street Journal › 1 week ago
In a first, the swaps regulator charged a bank with violating risk-management regulations put in place after the financial crisis.
New York Post › Opinions › 1 week ago
Hand it to Jumaane Williams: His latest Public Advocate report is polite as can be about ripping First Lady Chirlane McCray’s ThriveNYC mental-health initiative as a vast failure. He even managed not to mention McCray or Thrive, even as he slammed...
ABC News › 1 week ago
Colombian army footage shows officers rescue a trio of alleged drug smugglers using bundles of cocaine to stay afloat after their boat sank in the Pacific.
Fox News › 1 week ago
A federal grand jury in California has indicted wealthy Democratic megadonor Ed Buck in two overdose deaths at his West Hollywood apartment.
The Guardian › Politics › 1 week ago
Inquiry would be third to examine disastrous investigation into invented paedophile ring
Daily Mail Online › 1 week ago
Having David Hockney as your older brother is sometimes handy, as demonstrated when our family got together at a restaurant with poor service, writes JOHN HOCKNEY.
New York Post › 1 week ago
The pill might be bringing the blues to teenage girls. According to a new study, 16-year-old girls taking oral contraceptives reported more crying, sleeping and eating problems than teens of the same age not using oral contraceptives. The birth control...
The Sun › Opinions › 1 week ago
BETTER be careful what I say. Wouldn’t want to write anything here that might cause Labour MP Jess Phillips to be attacked in the street. Jess and a whole bunch of Remainer MPs, choreographed by that bumptious John Bercow, the Speaker, were...
The New York Times › Politics › 1 week ago
Congress was expecting the State Department’s independent watchdog to deliver a bombshell. Instead, it got a package of opposition research mixing fact and speculation.
Daily Mail Online › 1 week ago
It was revealed it cost Scotland Yard £16million to police the demonstrations as thousands of activists are expected to bring London to a standstill from Monday for two weeks.
BBC News › 1 week ago
Belfast's High Court will rule whether NI's laws are in breach of the UK's human rights commitments.
NBC News › 1 week ago
The money was carefully removed by about 40 staff members and will go to the Bahamas.
The New York Times › 1 week ago
Authorities are seeking to dismiss roughly 2 million old minor warrants and citations in the hopes of easing legal burdens on the Los Angeles homeless population.
Daily Mail Online › Lifestyle › 1 week ago
Scientists from Imperial College London showed the switch could see the UK slash its carbon output by 1,500 tonnes annually. The UK has some of the worst breastfeeding rates around the world.
New York Post › 1 week ago
Mexican drug baron Joaquin “El Chapo” Guzman sent the president of Honduras a $1 million bribe, federal prosecutors claimed in Manhattan federal court Wednesday. The allegation was made during opening statements in the drug trafficking trial of...
USA Today › Politics › 1 week ago
One of the lawsuit's allegations is that members of the media engaged in a conspiracy to damage Nunes' personal and professional reputation by sharing the story.
The New York Times › 1 week ago
With a new awards season underway, the Academy of Motion Pictures Arts and Sciences hosted a luncheon Wednesday supporting female filmmakers and celebrating the women behind Greta Gerwig’s upcoming “Little Women.”
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