Stories of 7 October 2019

USA Today › 1 month ago
Judge Tammy Kemp, who hugged and gave Amber Guyger a Bible after she was sentenced to prison, said her actions were appropriate.
Daily Mail Online › 1 month ago
HENRY DEEDES: For once, Peter Bone (Con, Wellingborough) spoke for the entire nation yesterday when he emitted a mighty yawn during yet another Brexit debate.
New York Daily News › 1 month ago
Karen Pendleton, one of the original Mouseketeers on “The Mickey Mouse Club,” died Sunday after a heart attack in Fresno, Calif.
ABC News › Finance › 1 month ago
A lawsuit alleges that a dockworkers' union and a shipping trade group discriminate against pregnant day workers at the ports of Los Angeles and Long Beach
CBS News › 1 month ago
Inside a high-security prison in Syria, CBS News met a 22-year-old man from Minneapolis
Express › 1 month ago
MELANIA TRUMP failed to wear a red ribbon badge while giving a speech at the Red Ribbon Rally in Virginia alongside Breaking Bad actor Dean Norris, who played DEA Special Agent Hank Schrader as they campaigned against drug use.
Washington Post › Opinions › 1 month ago
Increasingly, consumers abroad matter more than the American values businesses like the NBA claim to export.
ABC News › 1 month ago
The storm caused flash flooding in the center of the U.S.; a new winter storm is taking shape.
The Boston Globe › 1 month ago
On Deer Island, sailors pay tribute to their Irish forebears.
New York Daily News › Incident › 1 month ago
Thief robs store; thief has heart attack; thief says no more crime
Daily Mail Online › 1 month ago
RICHARD LITTLEJOHN: The damning catalogue of police failures in the Paedos In High Places scandal will come as no surprise to readers of this newspaper - or this column in particular.
CBS News › 1 month ago
America's Kurdish allies warn U.S. withdrawal from border posts "will have a significant negative impact on our war against ISIS and will destroy any stability that has been achieved"
The Sydney Morning Herald › Politics › 1 month ago
Illustrations by the artist from The Age.
Sputnik International › 1 month ago
UNITED NATIONS (Sputnik) - The United Nations General Assembly Sixth Committee - which deals with legal issues - following the First Committee, had taken a pause in its work due to the problems that diplomats have faced when trying to obtain US visas...
Washington Post › Opinions › 1 month ago
He just took out two birds with one proclamation.
Washington Times › 1 month ago
A Denver Uber driver told a jury his passenger made sexual advances and attacked him before the driver fatally shot the man.
Slate › Politics › 1 month ago
Even Kavanaugh and Gorsuch seemed appalled.
The Guardian › 1 month ago
Charge increases pressure on Westpac to reveal whether its compensation costs have risen
Washington Times › 1 month ago
Authorities have resumed the search for a hunter who has been missing for nearly a week in western South Dakota.
The Boston Globe › Finance › 1 month ago
A social media training and other events and things to know.
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