Stories of 23 October 2019

Express › 3 weeks ago
SAJID JAVID has vowed that the Government will “sit every hour of the day” in order to get Brexit done by October 31.
Daily Mail Online › 3 weeks ago
CRAIG BROWN details five jobs he would handpick for Boris Johnson 'when he departs No 10', alongside the five he deems least suitable for the Prime Minister.
New York Post › 3 weeks ago
Major League Baseball is investigating a longtime umpire after he sent a tweet threatening to buy an assault rifle over an impeachment inquiry into President Trump, a report said Wednesday. Umpire Rob Drake wrote on Twitter late Tuesday that he would...
The Boston Globe › 3 weeks ago
Robert A. Bell, of Atkinson, N.H., was convicted for voting in both New Hampshire and Florida.
The Guardian › Sports › 3 weeks ago
Commissioner Rob Manfred says MLB will look into a politicized tweet by umpire Rob Drake that referenced a rifle and criticism of Donald Trump
The Sydney Morning Herald › Technology › 3 weeks ago
Latest move will put the social media giant squarely back into the news-delivery business.
RT › 3 weeks ago
A former charity manager in the Gaza Strip accused of funding Hamas has attended court for the 129th time in what has become the longest trial of its kind in Israel’s history, dragging on as witnesses are blocked from testifying. Read Full Article at...
New York Post › Sports › 3 weeks ago
Novice or known commodity? As the Mets head into the home stretch in their managerial search, Joe Girardi remains on the board — at least for the moment — but at least five other candidates, none of whom have managed in the major leagues beyond the...
The New York Times › Finance › 3 weeks ago
Brazil's state nuclear power company Eletronuclear plans to complete its long-delayed Angra 3 plant by partnering with either China's National Nuclear Corporation (CNNC), France's EDF or Russia's Rosatom, its president Leonam Guimaraes told Reuters.
Reuters › Finance › 3 weeks ago
Microsoft Corp on Wednesday forecast sales for its cloud computing services that topped analysts' estimates, even as quarterly growth slows for its Azure business.
The Independent › Lifestyle › 3 weeks ago
Professor Shanks built his first prototype in 1982, using plastic film and glass slides from his daughter's toy microscope kit and bulldog clips to hold it together
Daily Mail Online › Sports › 3 weeks ago
EXCLUSIVE BY MIKE KEEGAN: The Premier League have drawn up plans that would see games played just over a week before the 2022 World Cup starts.
Cleveland › 3 weeks ago
This is akin to an arsonist starting a fire in a crowded theater and afterwards shouting “Fire,” then claiming his actions saved many lives, writes Ron Seketa of Kirtland in a letter to the editor.
CNBC › Technology › 3 weeks ago
Members of the House questioned Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg for over six hours on Wednesday and weren't particularly satisfied with the answers.
The Sun › 3 weeks ago
THE natural world is a beautiful, varied, and fragile place. From mountains in Iceland, to lionesses in Tanzania, to salt flats in Bolivia, these stunning snaps from photographer Michael Poliza will leave you in awe of the world in which we live. We...
USA Today › Politics › 3 weeks ago
California Rep. Katie Hill denied the allegations and said she has contacted police after a nude photo of her was published online.
The New York Times › 3 weeks ago
Reducing the tens of thousands of wild horses and burros on public lands to a level that is better for both the animals and their habitat will cost U.S. taxpayers $5 billion and take 15 years, a Trump administration official said on Wednesday.
CNBC › 3 weeks ago
Jim Cramer takes calls and delivers his thoughts on callers' favorite stock picks of the day in rapid speed.
CNN › Politics › 3 weeks ago
A high-profile member of the House Foreign Affairs Committee condemned President Donald Trump on Wednesday for calling Republicans who have refused to back him "human scum."
Reuters › Finance › 3 weeks ago
U.S. Trade Representative Robert Lighthizer met this week with Democratic lawmakers to try to resolve their concerns about the U.S.-Mexico-Canada (USMCA) trade agreement as Republicans increased pressure to get the deal passed by the end of 2019.
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