Stories of 22 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.
Mirror Online › Politics › 2 weeks ago
Members of the Leader’s Group - made of a handful of super rich donors - can pay to wine and dine in private with Boris Johnson and other ministers, but the Tories refuse to reveal who they are
ABC News › 2 weeks ago
Colombian President Iván Duque has ordered a curfew in the nation’s capital amid continuing unrest following a massive march
Washington Times › 2 weeks ago
The finance director of the Nebraska State Fair has resigned, saying the state fair may be on the verge of bankruptcy.
BBC News › 2 weeks ago
A spirited audience put the four main party leaders under pressure on the BBC Question Time special.
New York Post › 2 weeks ago
ALEXANDRIA, Va. — A former CIA case agent was sentenced to 19 years in prison Friday for an espionage conspiracy in which prosecutors say he received more than $840,000 from China to divulge the names of human sources and his knowledge of spycraft...
The New York Times › Sports › 2 weeks ago
He was a mainstay of a Vikings team that lost four Super Bowls and, while playing, helped create a squeezable foam toy that brought him decades of royalties.
Mirror Online › Sports › 2 weeks ago
The pair weigh-in on Friday prior to their heavyweight rematch at the MGM Arena in Las Vegas, and they'll receive a decent sum of money for their time in the ring
Washington Times › 2 weeks ago
A jail employee at a federal facility in South Texas has been indicted for sexual abuse of an inmate and four other employees face charges related to smuggling contraband inside.
Forbes › 2 weeks ago
While crowdsourced information that comes in at a rate like this can be extremely difficult to fact check, the contents of these now-viral salary sheets can be valuable for those who are more likely to receive unequal pay in the first place: women and...
The New York Times › 2 weeks ago
A new trial date has been set for a woman accused of dressing as a clown and fatally shooting her lover's wife in Florida in 1990.
Mirror Online › 2 weeks ago
I'm a Celebrity star Kate Garraway's co host on Good Morning Britain, Ben Shepherd, isn't missing his pal too much
Raw Story › 2 weeks ago
Billionaire former New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg spent $31 million on one-week of political ads — the most ever spent by a candidate. While many Twitter users were trashing Bloomberg for attempting to buy the 2020 Democratic Party nomination...
New York Post › Entertainment › 2 weeks ago
A conjunction has no function in "Wheel of Fortune."
The New York Times › Sports › 2 weeks ago
An appeals court has refused to revive a lawsuit filed by fight fans and pay-per-view subscribers upset that boxer Manny Pacquiao wasn’t completely healthy for an intensely watched 2015 bout with Floyd Mayweather Jr.
Washington Times › 2 weeks ago
A new trial date has been set for a woman accused of dressing as a clown and fatally shooting her lover's wife in Florida in 1990.
CBS News › 2 weeks ago
People in 16 states stretching from coast to coast are sick after eating romaine lettuce tainted with E. coli. At least 40 people have gotten sick. Jamie Yuccas reports.
Daily Mail Online › 2 weeks ago
John McDonnell was accused of trying to take Britain back to the strike-filled 1970s last night after he hinted at a return to sympathy strikes such as this one at the Grunwick film in north west London.
Newsweek › 2 weeks ago
The NRA lawsuit may have to face protracted litigation as lower courts have generally looked favorably upon modest gun restrictions.
Forbes › Finance › 2 weeks ago
River Plate has all the ingredients to retain its South American title against Flamengo.
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