Stories of 30 September 2019

CBS News › 2 months ago
A 15-year-old boy goes to a dance and never returns. Teen killers keep a secret for 41 years - until one of them cracks. Richard Schlesinger investigates. | Read more
CNN › 2 months ago
After no family members came forward, a funeral home in Florida stepped in to help a veteran who passed away.
The Hill › Finance › 2 months ago
A recent poll found former Vice President Joe Biden's favorability has not been affected by the ongoing fallout from media coverage concerning President Trump asking the president of Ukraine to "look into" the 2020 Democr...
Reuters › 2 months ago
Chinese state media released videos of foreign citizens praising the country on the eve of celebrations to mark the 70th anniversary of the People's Republic, as new research showed declining perceptions of China in many western countries.
Fox News › 2 months ago
Gulf drilling platforms are becoming more and more subject to vicious attacks launched by modern-day pirates.
ABC News › 2 months ago
The U.N. special envoy for Syria says the convening of a committee to draft a new constitution for Syria "should be a sign of hope for the long-suffering Syrian people" _ but it will matter only if it becomes a step out of the eight-year conflict
The Hill › 2 months ago
President Trump's personal attorney, Rudy Giuliani, Monday wouldn't say Monday if he will comply with House Democrats' subpoena related to the administration's interactions with Ukraine, which are now the subject of an im...
USA Today › Sports › 2 months ago
The Buffalo Bills are confronted with the reality of their stingy defense having to compensate for a turnover-prone offense a quarter into the season
ABC News › Lifestyle › 2 months ago
Chicago is about to become the largest city in the country to eliminate overdue fees for library books and other items in an effort to remove barriers that deter youth and low-income patrons
USA Today › Sports › 2 months ago
David Ross on list of possibilities for Chicago Cubs manager
Chicago Tribune › 2 months ago
Palatine man accused in Woodfield Mall rampage due back in court Tuesday to face rarely used terrorism charge
Reuters › 2 months ago
China will celebrate seven decades of communist rule on Tuesday with a display of power through central Beijing, showing off goose-stepping troops, new missiles and floats celebrating the country's technological prowess.
USA Today › Sports › 2 months ago
The Trail Blazers have a number of new players entering Portland's 50th anniversary season and new resolve after their playoff run last spring
USA Today › 2 months ago
A California man who operates tours for Chinese students and visitors has been charged by US authorities with being an illegal foreign agent and delivering classified U.S. national security information to officials in China. (Sept. 30)
The Hill › Finance › 2 months ago
Local officials in Montana are warning constituents about a Republican National Committee survey asking for funds for the president's reelection campaign that mirrors a federal Census form.Residents in a handful of...
The New York Times › 2 months ago
As the Communist Party celebrates 70 years in power, protests in Hong Kong threaten to overshadow the festivities.
Fox News › 2 months ago
National Border Patrol Council President Brandon Judd criticized the Chicago Police Department's memo advising officers not to cooperate with the Department of Homeland Security.
USA Today › Sports › 2 months ago
GM said Warriors will probably have more updates on Klay Thompson around All-Star break, meaning star will likely miss first 55 games - at minimum.
The Independent › 2 months ago
Russia-based whistleblower promoting new memoir
The Hill › 2 months ago
Large majorities of black and Hispanic voters think Trump's presidency has made things worse for people like them, according to a poll released Monday.The Associated Press/NORC Center for Public Affairs Research ...
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