Stories of 28 October 2019

Chicago Tribune › Opinions › 3 weeks ago
The FBI accuses Illinois state Rep. Luis Arroyo of trying to bribe a fellow lawmaker. The courts will decide innocence or guilt. But how many corruption scandals, #MeToo offenses and federal crackdowns must tarnish Illinois before its voters demand...
The Sun › 3 weeks ago
AFTER 25 years as the Queen’s ­personal dresser, Angela Kelly has written a book about her ­experiences – with Her Majesty’s blessing. Here is a selection of royal tales from The Other Side Of The Coin, serialised in Hello! magazine. Walking in...
Metro › 3 weeks ago
Finn delivers some chilling words in the coming episodes — but just what exactly do they mean?
Telegraph › 3 weeks ago
Netflix is for the first time to carry official sex and violence film classifications by Britain’s chief censor as research shows a third of teenagers see content every week that upsets them.
BuzzFeed › 3 weeks ago
Repeat after me: Kuta is not a final destination.View Entire Post ›
The New York Times › Sports › 3 weeks ago
T.J. Abraham played high school and college football, then became a doctor. He quit when his brain began to fail him.
ABC News › 3 weeks ago
Inyoung You was allegedly abusive toward Boston College student Alexander Urtula and was present when he leaped to his death from a parking garage, authorities said.
The Boston Globe › Sports › 3 weeks ago
Weston Jones of L-S bettered Wellesley’s Michael Thorbjornsen by one stroke to take the D1 individual title; Dover-Sherborn’s Cooper Evans wins D3 individual title in a playoff.
The Inquisitr › Entertainment › 3 weeks ago
Monday night’s episode of Dancing with the Stars is all about Halloween and spoilers tease that the remaining eight pairs have a lot of great performances on the way. Week 7 will have both individual and team dances and now DWTS teasers breaking down...
BuzzFeed › 3 weeks ago
Press play!View Entire Post ›
Pittsburgh Post-Gazette › Sports › 3 weeks ago
Fox News › 3 weeks ago
Jesse Watters slayed into former Vice President Joe Biden Monday on "The Five" for calling President Trump an "idiot," saying it's not a good look for the Democratic presidential candidate.
The Boston Globe › Finance › 3 weeks ago
You might call Nate Blecharczyk a cereal entrepreneur. If it wasn’t for a quirky idea involving politically-themed cereal boxes, the company Blecharczyk cofounded might not have survived long enough to become Airbnb, let alone the $30-billion-plus...
New York Post › 3 weeks ago
If you get tongue-tied or choked up at the thought of penning your wedding vows or toasting newlyweds, relax — the Internet’s got you covered. EduBirdie.com, a ghostwriting and proofreading platform recently unveiled EduBRIDIE, a service to provide...
CNET › Technology › 3 weeks ago
Sceptre's 27-inch HD computer monitor has built-in speakers and a slew of inputs.
BuzzFeed › Lifestyle › 3 weeks ago
#TeamTrees for life!View Entire Post ›
ABC News › 3 weeks ago
More details emerge in the raid that brought down the terrorist leader in Northern Syria; ISIS victims' families react to al-Baghdadi's death; California fires cause major evacuations.
Reuters › 3 weeks ago
On a wooded lake shore in northern Japan, the government is building a modernist shrine that has divided the indigenous Ainu community whose vanishing culture it was designed to celebrate.
Forbes › 3 weeks ago
Delegation is leadership in its purest form, without it, the quality of work suffers, productivity decreases, and startup growth is capped even if the developed product works at scale. Here are 4 jobs early-stage startups should not delegate.
Pittsburgh Post-Gazette › 3 weeks ago
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