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  • Broward County Election Chief Resigns Amid Florida's Fraught Recount Effort news

    Brenda Snipes, the supervisor of elections for Broward County, Florida,

    Mon, 19 Nov 2018 03:32:31 -0500
  • California fights wildfires year-round now: 'There's no such thing as a fire season' news

    Fire Captain Scott McLean said there’s no such thing as a “fire season” in California anymore. He said Cal Fire and the public need to be prepared for wildfires year-round now.

    Mon, 19 Nov 2018 15:04:37 -0500
  • Travel Deals Tuesday: 2018 Black Friday And Cyber Monday Travel Deals news

    Black Friday and Cyber Monday are often synonymous with TV sales, promotions

    Mon, 19 Nov 2018 14:09:56 -0500
  • Woman Accused Of Duping People On GoFundMe Claims She Was ‘Duped’ Herself news

    The woman at the center of an elaborate GoFundMe scam that used a fictitious

    Tue, 20 Nov 2018 05:03:11 -0500
  • Report: Saudi crown prince to attend G-20 summit news

    DUBAI, United Arab Emirates (AP) — Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman will attend the Group of 20 summit in Buenos Aires later this month, Saudi media reported Monday.

    Mon, 19 Nov 2018 15:05:05 -0500
  • Carlos Ghosn, the auto world's 'cost killer' news

    Brazilian-born Carlos Ghosn, who is facing a pay scandal in Japan, has long stood out among the world's auto executives as a hard-nosed workaholic willing to take drastic measures to get companies back on their feet quickly. As head of the Renault-Nissan-Mitsubishi alliance, Ghosn has created an industrial behemoth, its combined 470,000 employees selling 10.6 million vehicles last year from 122 factories around the globe. It is not the first time Ghosn has gotten into hot water over pay, in particular a combined salary that makes him one of the highest-paid CEOs in France and one of the best-paid foreign executives in Japan.

    Mon, 19 Nov 2018 10:06:26 -0500
  • On patrol with the Iraqi militia hunting the last remnants of the Islamic State group

    Photojournalist Sebastian Backhaus shares his images taken while embedded with the al-Hashd al-Shaabi in Iraq.

    Mon, 19 Nov 2018 12:05:42 -0500
  • Thousands flee as Guatemala's Fuego volcano threatens more eruptions news

    Thousands of people have been evacuated from the area surrounding the Fuego volcano in Guatemala amid fears of further eruptions after red-hot rock and ash threatened lives and homes when it erupted on Sunday. Burning lava burst as high as 3,200ft into the sky, and flows of boiling debris ran nearly two miles down one side of the volcano – the latest in a string of eruptions. A column of ash rose nearly 23,000ft above sea level and drifted towards Guatemala City nearly 20 miles away.

    Mon, 19 Nov 2018 14:54:00 -0500
  • The Black Friday 2018 Apple Watch Deals Worth Tracking news

    The Apple Watch is a hot item this and every holiday season, and for good

    Mon, 19 Nov 2018 12:54:38 -0500
  • Trump tries to deflect blowback after attacking admiral news

    The president had criticized retired Admiral William McRaven over the time it took U.S. forces to find and kill Osama bin Laden.

    Mon, 19 Nov 2018 15:03:13 -0500
  • Daily Digit: Majority of Americans believe abortion should be legal news

    Daily Digit is the story behind the numbers that make our world work. Today we’re looking at abortions and the right to choose. In 1973, the Supreme Court ruling on Roe v. Wade decriminalized abortion in the U.S. According to a new study by Pew Research Center, nearly 60% of Americans believe abortion should be legal in all or most cases. Unsurprisingly, the views about this issue vary widely between the political parties. Among the general public, the study shows there’s no significant difference in opinion between men and women. But support varies by race, with whites and blacks more accepting than members of Hispanic groups. And support is higher among individuals with higher education. Do you think abortion should be legal?

    Tue, 20 Nov 2018 08:24:42 -0500
  • Marcia Fudge Drops Out Of House Speaker Race, Endorses Nancy Pelosi news

    Rep. Marcia Fudge (D-Ohio) announced Tuesday that she no longer plans to

    Tue, 20 Nov 2018 17:57:26 -0500
  • A Former Judge Beat His Wife Years Ago. This Weekend, She Was Killed. news

    A former Ohio judge who served time in prison for brutally attacking his then-

    Mon, 19 Nov 2018 14:31:19 -0500
  • 'This Is Our Lane': Doctors Slam NRA After Chicago Hospital Shooting news

    Less than two weeks after the National Rifle Association launched an attack on

    Tue, 20 Nov 2018 05:02:19 -0500
  • China's Xi visits Philippines as Duterte pressed to take tougher line news

    Xi's visit comes two years after the maverick Duterte declared he was reorienting his foreign policy away from longtime ally the United States and toward China, despite decades of mistrust and bitter maritime disputes with Beijing. Duterte is facing criticism from opponents for making too many political concessions to China in return for billions of dollars of pledged Chinese loans and investments that have yet to materialize, or be committed to formally. Duterte said there was "a deepening trust and confidence" between them and he and Xi had discussed increasing trade and investment, and China's involvement in his signature $180 billion "Build, Build, Build" infrastructure program.

    Tue, 20 Nov 2018 07:55:08 -0500
  • Libya Oil Boss Sees Country Exempted From Future OPEC+ Cuts news

    “The OPEC community has understood the difficulties we face –- Libya has withheld more than any other country from the global market,” National Oil Corp. Chairman Mustafa Sanalla wrote in a phone message. OPEC and its allies are considering cutting oil output in 2019 as the group is increasingly concerned about the potential for oversupply. Libya, along with Nigeria, has been exempt from cuts since January 2017 due to domestic conflict.

    Mon, 19 Nov 2018 07:46:33 -0500
  • The Latest: Sheriff: Wildfire death toll rises to 79 news

    PARADISE, Calif. (AP) — The Latest on California's wildfires (all times local):

    Tue, 20 Nov 2018 02:37:50 -0500
  • Fighting resumes in Yemeni port of Hodeidah after UN drafts truce deal news

    Intense fighting broke out in Yemen's port city of Hodeidah late on Monday, shattering a lull in violence that had raised hopes for a ceasefire between a Saudi-led coalition and Houthi insurgents as the United Nations tried to resume peace talks. Coalition warplanes conducted more than 10 air strikes on Houthi positions and battles could be heard in the "July 7" district, 2.5 miles away from the port, residents said. One resident said a medium-range missile had been fired from the city centre towards the district in the suburbs. The coalition led by Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates had last week ordered a halt in its offensive against the Houthi-held Red Sea port city, now a focus of the war, amid pressure from the West to end a conflict that has pushed Yemen to the brink of famine. The Iranian-aligned Houthi group announced early on Monday it was halting drone and missile attacks on Saudi Arabia, the UAE and their Yemeni allies, in one of its biggest concessions since it quit the southern port city of Aden in 2015. An injured Yemeni child receives medical aid at an emergency room in the Saada province early on November 20 Credit: AFP The Houthi movement also said it was ready for a broader ceasefire if the coalition "wants peace". Later Yemen information minister Moammar al-Eryani said the Houthis had "fired a missile towards Saudi lands", adding on his Twitter account the missile failed to reach its target and fell inside Yemen. Houthi authorities could not immediately be reached for comment on the report. Armoured vehicles of the Yemeni pro-government forces are seen driving past destruction in an industrial district in the eastern outskirts of the port city of Hodeidah  Credit: AFP It was not immediately clear whether the renewed fighting in Hodeidah would derail efforts by U.N. special envoy Martin Griffiths to salvage peace talks that collapsed in September when the Houthi delegation failed to show up. "The fighting is escalating and we can clearly hear machine guns and mortar fire. This is one of the worst nights we have experienced," said Hodeidah resident Mustafa Abdo. When asked about the fighting, a pro-coalition Yemeni military source told Reuters late on Monday that a ceasefire in Hodeidah would only start after the U.N. Security Council passes a British-drafted resolution on Yemen. It is not immediately clear when the text, submitted to the Security Council on Monday, could be put to a vote. Kuwait's U.N. Ambassador Mansour al-Otaibi told reporters he would propose amendments to the draft resolution as Kuwait was unhappy with "many things". He also said some council members didn't think it was the right time for a resolution. The draft resolution, seen by Reuters, calls for a halt to fighting in Hodeidah, a stop to attacks on populated areas across Yemen and an end to attacks on countries in the region. Malnourished Ferial Elias, 2, gestures as she is being weighed at a malnutrition treatment ward at al-Thawra hospital in Hodeidah Credit: Reuters It also calls for an unhindered flow of commercial and humanitarian goods across the impoverished country, including a large, fast injection of foreign currency into the economy through the Central Bank of Yemen and more aid funding. Western allies including the United States have called for a ceasefire ahead of peace efforts to end the nearly four-year-old war that has killed more than 10,000 people and caused the world's most urgent humanitarian crisis. Western countries have provided arms and intelligence to the Arab states in the alliance, but have shown increasing reservations about the war since the murder of Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi at Riyadh's consulate in Istanbul last month. The Saudi-led coalition intervened in Yemen's war in 2015 to restore the internationally recognized Yemeni government that was ousted from the capital Sanaa by the Houthis in 2014. The conflict is seen as a proxy war between Riyadh and Iran. Griffiths said on Friday that Yemen's parties have given "firm assurances" they are committed to attending peace talks he hopes to convene in Sweden before the end of the year to agree on a framework for peace under a transitional government.

    Tue, 20 Nov 2018 05:00:17 -0500
  • Troops Sent To U.S.-Mexico Border Under Anti-Caravan Push To Start Heading Home news

    The troops President Donald Trump sent to the border ahead of the elections

    Mon, 19 Nov 2018 18:33:25 -0500
  • A firefighter rescued a cat from the Paradise fire and she won't leave him alone news

    Get ready to sob, because this newfound friendship will pull every single heartstring you have.  While raking through debris from the devastating Camp Fire that destroyed Paradise, CA, firefighter Ryan Coleman came across a fluffy gray cat. Deciding that Coleman was her human, the friendly cat scaled his body and settled down on his shoulders.  SEE ALSO: Some good news: Doughnut the 28-pound cat has a new home Already comfortable with her new companion, the cat rode around on his shoulders and affectionately rubbed her face on his stubble.  In a video posted to Facebook last week, the absolute floof wrapped herself around Coleman's neck while he surveyed the remnants of Paradise.  The Camp Fire has been burning through Butte County in Northern California for nearly two weeks. It has claimed 77 victims since erupting on Nov 8, and destroyed more than 10,500 homes over 150,000 acres since.  The state's forestry and fire protection agency estimates that the fire won't be fully contained until Nov 30.  WATCH: Oprah's Favorite Things list will get you through the holiday shopping mania

    Mon, 19 Nov 2018 19:41:27 -0500
  • After Airbnb, asked to remove West Bank listings news

    Rights activists on Tuesday urged to follow the example of Airbnb and withdraw listings for rentals in Jewish settlements in the occupied West Bank, even as Israel called the move "disgusting" and threatened legal action. Airbnb said Monday it will remove such listings, just ahead of the release of a Human Rights Watch report criticising the inclusion of settlements. Israel strongly denounced Airbnb's decision and threatened legal action against the company, while Palestinian officials welcomed it.

    Tue, 20 Nov 2018 13:45:04 -0500
  • Matt Whitaker Repeatedly Revised Financial Disclosure Forms Following AG Appointment news

    WASHINGTON ― Acting Attorney General Matthew Whitaker has revised his ethics

    Tue, 20 Nov 2018 19:40:00 -0500
  • Michelle Wolf Bashes WHCA Over 2019 Speaker Choice: 'Cowards' news

    Michelle Wolf, the comedian whose no-holds-barred speech at this year's White

    Mon, 19 Nov 2018 14:33:52 -0500
  • These Are the Victims of the Chicago Mercy Hospital Shooting news

    An ER doctor, a pharmacist and a police officer were killed

    Tue, 20 Nov 2018 10:21:24 -0500
  • Mike Lee Accuses Tom Cotton of Spreading ‘Fake News’ on Criminal-Justice-Reform Bill news

    In a Monday tweet, Senator Mike Lee of Utah lambasted his Republican colleague, Senator Tom Cotton of Arkansas, for spreading “fake news” about the bipartisan criminal-justice-reform bill currently making its way through Congress. Cotton has maintained his opposition to the First Step Act — a sweeping package of criminal-justice reforms designed to reduce incarceration rates and recidivism — despite mounting bipartisan support. In defending his opposition on Twitter Monday, Cotton accused the bill’s proponents of trying to push it through Congress without allowing time for an adequate review of its contents.

    Mon, 19 Nov 2018 16:46:47 -0500
  • Colorado man gets life for murders of pregnant wife, children news

    A Colorado man was sentenced to life without parole on Monday for strangling his pregnant wife, smothering their two young daughters and dumping their bodies in an oil field so he could pursue a romantic affair. Christopher Watts, 33, was spared the death penalty at the urging of family members of his wife, Shanann, 34, who was 15 weeks pregnant, and their daughters Celeste, 3, and Bella, 4. "This is perhaps the most inhumane and vicious crime I have handled," Judge Marcelo Kopcow, who has 17 years on the bench, said in the packed and windowless courtroom in Weld County District Court.

    Mon, 19 Nov 2018 13:49:03 -0500
  • Caldwell concedes in Florida Ag Commissioner race news

    TALLAHASSEE, Fla. (AP) — Republican state Rep. Matt Caldwell said Monday he won't challenge his loss to Democrat Nikki Fried in Florida's agriculture commission race — a contest that was the closest of the three statewide seats that went through a recount.

    Mon, 19 Nov 2018 15:51:26 -0500
  • Trump leaves Finland bewildered by claiming country stops wildfires by 'raking and cleaning' news

    Donald Trump has blamed a lack of raking and care of forest floors for the wildfires that devastated parts of California, causing confusion and amusement in Finland. In his latest criticism of what he claimed was poor forest management, Mr Trump said he had spoken to the Finnish president, Sauli Niinisto, about the fires – the worst ever to hit the golden state. “I was with the president of Finland and he said … we’re a forest nation, he called it a forest nation, and they spend a lot of time on raking and cleaning and doing things.

    Mon, 19 Nov 2018 03:57:42 -0500
  • Woman in GoFundMe scam says she's the victim news

    Kate McClure says ex-boyfriend Mark D'Amico concocted the whole scheme with homeless veteran John Bobbitt. ABC News' Janai Norman reports.

    Mon, 19 Nov 2018 04:24:52 -0500
  • 15 Gifts To Get Yourself On Black Friday news

    The holidays might be about giving, not receiving, but sometimes those Black

    Mon, 19 Nov 2018 19:35:08 -0500
  • Protesters Opposing Migrant Caravan Clash With Police In Tijuana news

    Residents of the Mexican border city of Tijuana protested the arrival of

    Mon, 19 Nov 2018 06:32:51 -0500
  • Twitter CEO Dorsey sparks India social media storm news

    Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey has been accused of inciting hate against India's highest caste after being photographed holding a poster declaring "smash Brahminical patriarchy" during a visit to the country. Dorsey was snapped holding the offending poster alongside six women who participated in a discussion last week on the role of Twitter in India, where caste is a flashpoint issue and grievances can turn violent. "Do you realise that this picture has potential of causing communal riots at a time when several States are going to Assembly Elections in India," tweeted Indian police officer Sandeep Mittal.

    Tue, 20 Nov 2018 04:44:02 -0500
  • Cyber Monday Deals On Nintendo Switch Bundles, Games And Accessories news

    The hunt is on for some of Black Friday and Cyber Monday's best gaming deals,

    Tue, 20 Nov 2018 17:27:01 -0500
  • Jonestown massacre: 40 years later

    “Drinking the Kool-Aid” is a phrase bandied about regularly in corporate life, especially when someone wants to take a dig at people with a cult-like belief in a business philosophy or those who fanatically follow a misguided leader. Nov. 18 marked the 40th anniversary of the mass murder-suicide of more than 900 people. Most of them were Americans who were members of a California-based cult called the Peoples Temple of the Disciples of Christ, run by the Rev. Jim Jones, and most died by drinking cyanide-laced Flavor Aid, which led to the Kool-Aid saying.

    Mon, 19 Nov 2018 07:26:45 -0500
  • Chicago hospital shooting leaves four dead, including police officer and gunman news

    The shooter knew the doctor he shot outside Mercy Hospital, Chicago Police Superintendent Eddie Johnson told a news conference, describing the initial killing as an act of domestic violence. The gunman was the ex-fiance of the doctor, Chicago media outlets reported, with one witness saying he demanded a ring back. The shooting sent doctors and patients streaming out of the facility, some with their hands up, as heavily armed police officers sought to secure the hospital.

    Tue, 20 Nov 2018 00:32:17 -0500
  • Netanyahu's government survives as Israel coalition partners back down on ultimatum news

    Benjamin Netanyahu’s coalition government appears to have survived a major political crisis after one of his coalition partners backed down from threats to bring down the government and trigger early elections. The Israeli government looked to be on the brink of collapse Monday morning after Mr Netanyahu refused demands from the Jewish Home party to give them control of the defence ministry.  Naftali Bennett, the leader of Jewish Home, called a press conference  where he was widely expected to announce he was resigning from the cabinet and bringing down the government.  Instead, Mr Bennett seemed to blink in his standoff with the prime minister. He said he would stay in the government despite Mr Netanyahu’s refusal to appoint him defence minister.  Mr Netanyahu took the defence minister’s post for himself, meaning he is currently serving as Israel’s prime minister, foreign minister, defence minister and health minister.    Naftali Bennett, leader of Jewish Home, said he would not bring down the government Credit: REUTERS/Amir Cohen In a speech at the defence ministry on Monday night, Mr Netanyahu said it would be “irresponsible” to bring down the government in the midst of a sensitive security situation and seemed to indicate a more hawkish approach towards Hamas in Gaza.  Mr Bennett, who has fiercely criticised Mr Netanyahu for not doing more to confront Hamas, said he had decided to step back from forcing elections after watching the prime minister’s speech.  “If the prime minister is serious in his intention, and I wish to believe his words yesterday, then I’m saying today: ‘We’re taking away all political demands and we’re going to help you in this huge mission to make sure that Israel will go back to prevailing.’”  Mr Bennett’s announcement seemed to be an abrupt about face from the Jewish Home’s position on Friday afternoon, when the party said there was “no possibility of continuing the current government” and called for early elections.  Mr Bennett seemed to acknowledge that he had lost face after Mr Netanyahu called his bluff but said his decision was in the best interests of Israel.     “I suppose that I will pay a political price in the next few hours or days. Never mind, you win some you lose some. It’s preferable that the prime minister win me over in a political battle than [the leader of Hamas] will prevail over the state of Israel.”  Bennett is not resigning. he's giving Netnayahu another chance— Raoul Wootliff (@RaoulWootliff) November 19, 2018 Mr Bennett’s decision makes it less likely that the government will fall immediately and that Israel will head to early elections.  But Mr Netanyahu is still leading a fragile coalition with only 61 seats in the 120-member Israeli parliament. It could still collapse over other political issues in the coming weeks.  Mr Netanyahu must call elections by November 2019. Israeli governments serve four-year terms but the country’s fractious coalition system means they rarely last more than three years.  The current government was formed after elections in 2015 and is already one of the longest-lasting governments in Israeli history.  Mr Netanyahu himself looks on course to become the longest-serving prime minister in Israeli history. If he remains in office until next summer he will overtake David Ben-Gurion, the country’s first prime minister. 

    Mon, 19 Nov 2018 05:02:26 -0500
  • Trump Says U.S. To Stand By Saudi Arabia Even If MBS Ordered Khashoggi Murder news

    The United States will continue to back Saudi Arabia even if Saudi Crown

    Tue, 20 Nov 2018 12:59:46 -0500
  • The 98 Most Delish Shrimp Recipes

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    Tue, 20 Nov 2018 19:19:00 -0500
  • Leaked 911 call linked to former judge accused of wife's murder: 'He said he stabbed her and she's dead' news

    A former judge who spent nine months in prison for violently beating his wife, is now a suspect in her murder, after she was found stabbed to death. Lance Mason was fleeing the scene of the crime when he crashed his SUV into a police car, according to documents filed in a Cleveland, Ohio, court. Officials said that he was likely to be charged over Aisha Fraser's murder.

    Tue, 20 Nov 2018 07:14:03 -0500
  • Stacey Abrams Says She Faced Issues Voting In Georgia's Midterm Election news

    Stacey Abrams has shared her own personal experience facing issues while

    Tue, 20 Nov 2018 16:09:21 -0500
  • Covering the fire terror in California's lost Paradise news

    San Francisco-based photographer Josh Edelson has just returned from covering the massive wildfires in northern California, the deadliest in the state's history. Last year, when huge fires ripped through northern California, people thought it was a one-off.

    Tue, 20 Nov 2018 12:07:17 -0500
  • Twitters Users Shocked By Mom's Instagram Post Lamenting Son's Lack Of 'Likes' news

    An Atlanta woman is under fire after griping on Instagram that posts featuring

    Mon, 19 Nov 2018 16:08:42 -0500
  • Recounts in some undecided midterm races conclude news

    Andrew Gillum and Bill Nelson conceded in their respective governor's and Senate races in Florida, while the question of who will be voted speaker of the House remains.

    Mon, 19 Nov 2018 11:43:10 -0500
  • Couple killed in crash driving to their wedding

    HAMBURG, Pa. (AP) — Family and friends are mourning a couple killed in a fiery chain reaction crash while driving to their wedding in Pittsburgh.

    Mon, 19 Nov 2018 17:43:56 -0500
  • George Conway tells how he helped bring Clinton-Lewinsky scandal to light news

    The husband of White House counselor Kellyanne Conway describes his role in the Bill Clinton-Paula Jones case, and reveals himself as the source who tipped off Michael Isikoff to the bombshell news that Ken Starr was investigating Clinton’s affair with Monica Lewinsky.

    Mon, 19 Nov 2018 17:33:18 -0500
  • James Clapper Calls Trump's Bin Laden Criticism A 'Slam At The Intelligence Community' news

    Former Director of National Intelligence James Clapper lambasted President

    Tue, 20 Nov 2018 07:12:08 -0500
  • 9 of Italy’s Most Beautiful Lake Hotels news

    You’ll want to sit out on the terrace with an aperitivo in hand

    Tue, 20 Nov 2018 08:00:00 -0500
  • The Real Reason Why Thanksgiving Is Always on a Thursday news

    Thanksgiving holidays used to happen throughout the year, but Americans showed a preference early on for one particular day of the week

    Tue, 20 Nov 2018 10:30:15 -0500
  • Kansas County Official Who Made 'Master Race' Remark Resigns news

    A Kansas county official has tendered his resignation amid backlash over

    Tue, 20 Nov 2018 12:48:14 -0500
  • S. Korea's Jeju Air in $4.4 bn 40-plane Boeing order news

    South Korean budget carrier Jeju Air has ordered 40 airplanes from US manufacturer Boeing for $4.4 billion, the airline said on Tuesday, one of the country's largest-ever aircraft purchases. Jeju Air is placing firm orders for 40 B737-MAX 8 models, with deliveries running from 2022 to 2026, with options for 10 more, it said in a regulatory filing. "The latest deal... will help us replace the existing fleet with next-generation airplanes, maintain price competitiveness and grow into a next leading air carrier," the firm said in a statement.

    Tue, 20 Nov 2018 03:07:44 -0500
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