Stories of 20 November 2019

CNBC › 2 weeks ago
"Mad Money" host Jim Cramer rings the lightning round bell, which means he's giving his answers to callers' stock questions at rapid speed.
The Wall Street Journal › Opinions › 2 weeks ago
The New York Times runs a misleading story on our 2018 tax return. Here’s the real story.
The Guardian › 2 weeks ago
Rachelle Bergeron was working to prosecute labour traffickers, paedophiles and abusers when she was ‘senselessly’ gunned down
Raw Story › 2 weeks ago
American civil servant Laura Cooper testified Wednesday to facts that take the legs out from under another defense by President Donald Trump and his White House. According to Trump world, Ukraine never knew that aid was being withheld, so there couldn...
RT › 2 weeks ago
The ouster of Bolivian President Evo Morales was only possible with the support of the country’s military, and Venezuela’s opposition is unlikely to effect its own putsch plot while the army has Caracas’s back, an analyst told RT. Read Full...
The Week › 2 weeks ago
Impeachment testimony changes are turning out to be game changers. In the second of Wednesday's back-to-back impeachment hearings, Defense Department official Laura Cooper had something to revise from her closed-door testimony right off the bat. While...
CNBC › Technology › 2 weeks ago
Google said Wednesday it would accept political advertising, but police ads with false claims, and would let advertisers target ads only on very broad categories.
The Boston Globe › Sports › 2 weeks ago
Bennett will return to Foxborough this weekend with the Cowboys.
CNN › Technology › 2 weeks ago
PayPal has struck a deal to acquire Honey, a shopping platform that offers online shoppers discounts and rewards, for $4 billion, according to a release Wednesday.
The Wall Street Journal › Opinions › 2 weeks ago
The Pelosi-Schiff impeachment show what has gone so badly wrong with Washington.
Telegraph › 2 weeks ago
The “right to be offended” does not exist, a judge has said, as the High Court hears that British police forces are recording hate incidents even if there is no evidence that they took place.
CBS Local › 2 weeks ago
Des Plaines police were the ones who accidentally shot a 15-year-old boy on Tuesday night while going after a bank robber who had shot a Chicago Police officer.
Concord Monitor › 2 weeks ago
Halloween is over, but there’s still plenty of spooky stuff going on in Henniker.A ghost story documenting the alleged after-life of a woman nicknamed Ocean-Born Mary will be shown on Thursday night at 10 on the Travel Channel. The show is called the...
The Wall Street Journal › Opinions › 2 weeks ago
It has harmed the region and the Palestinian cause.
New York Daily News › 2 weeks ago
Planned blackouts in California will affect far fewer people than originally thought.
The Boston Globe › 2 weeks ago
An attorney for a Navy SEAL convicted of posing with a dead Islamic State militant contended Wednesday that Navy leaders are trying to remove him from the elite force in retaliation for President Donald Trump’s decision last week to restore his rank.
CNN › 2 weeks ago
Attorneys for the two prison guards charged Tuesday in relation to Jeffrey Epstein's death have sought to shift blame from their clients to broader problems with the prison.
Daily Mail Online › 2 weeks ago
On Wednesday evening, speculation was rife that the footballer had quietly tied the knot with the former shop assistant, 25, following a report in Italy, where Ronaldo plays for Juventus FC.
The New York Times › Politics › 2 weeks ago
Gordan Sondland couldn’t always get President Donald Trump on the phone. Trump now says he barely knows the guy. But for a time, when they did talk, they spoke in naughty words and explicitly discussed pressuring Ukraine to announce investigations.
CNBC › Politics › 2 weeks ago
Laura Cooper testified in a impeachment hearing that members of her staff showed her emails from the State Department, both of which were received the afternoon of July 25.
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