• Russian charged with conspiring to interfere in USA congressional elections
Russian charged with conspiring to interfere in USA congressional elections

In their joint statement on Friday the Office of the Director of National Intelligence, Justice Department, FBI and Department of Homeland Security also said they did not have any evidence that anyone went far enough to prevent voting or change vote counts.

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  • Federal Bureau of Investigation asking for help in search for missing Wisconsin girl
Federal Bureau of Investigation asking for help in search for missing Wisconsin girl

In the news conference, the sheriff also revealed for the first time that evidence shows Jayme was at the home at the time of the slayings, but he did not reveal that evidence beyond mentioning the 911 call. No gun was found at the scene, he said. "I don't know that answer", Fitzgerald told reporters. "An entire state has been racked with Jayme's...

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  • Paul Manafort Is Giving Mueller’s Team Information On Roger Stone
Paul Manafort Is Giving Mueller’s Team Information On Roger Stone

The reason, of course, is that he oversees special counsel Robert Mueller's investigation into Russian interference in the 2016 election, having been thrust into that prominent role when his boss, Attorney. Manafort pleaded guilty on September 15 in Washington and has been cooperating with Mueller's prosecutors as they attempt to determine if R...

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  • With transition talk, Britain's May tries to unlock Brexit deal
With transition talk, Britain's May tries to unlock Brexit deal

Chief EU negotiator Michel Barnier said "we need much time, much more time, and we continue to work in the next weeks". May's official spokesperson said, "We've shown we can do hard deals together constructively". And the suggestion that Britain could stay firmly in the EU's sphere for longer than the 21 months expected has fired up those who a...

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  • Indian government minister steps down as country's #MeToo movement gains traction
Indian government minister steps down as country's #MeToo movement gains traction

Doval's meeting with MJ Akbar was part of a process to decide to put an end or at least apply the brakes to a narrative that was fast spinning out of control, said the people quoted above. We can't lose this battle. The junior reporter said even though the accused had apologised to her, she wanted "legal action against him so that he does not r...

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  • New York's Cuomo blasts Trump, Republicans in protest clash
New York's Cuomo blasts Trump, Republicans in protest clash

Newly released video footage shows a New York City brawl between members of the far-left Antifa group and the Proud Boys , a group established by libertarian Gavin McInnes . Cuomo, as he did on Sunday in a similar call, accused Republicans of seeking to use the event as a way to excite the GOP base ahead of the November general election .

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  • Trump praises Republican congressman for body slamming journalist
Trump praises Republican congressman for body slamming journalist

Never". "Not just once but twice tonight the president is making jokes about assaulting reporters while the whole world is demanding answers about the murder of a journalist who died in the most gruesome and vicious way possible", Acosta said.

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  • Russian press warns of 'Orthodox war' over Church split
Russian press warns of 'Orthodox war' over Church split

The Orthodox Church split from the Catholic Church in 1054. He had previously asked the Patriarch of Constantinople to grant independence to the Orthodox Church in Ukraine , the Associated Press reports. Moscow also objects to last Thursday's decree from the Ecumenical Patriarchate that rehabilitates two breakaway Ukrainian Orthodox Churches ...

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  • Ugly scenes as Indian temple prepares to accept women
Ugly scenes as Indian temple prepares to accept women

Pilgrims and protesters have complained of police excesses, complaining that the cops had damaged their vehicles. "Antharashtriya Hindu Parishad" led by Pravin Togadia and the " Sabarimala Samrakshana Samithi", an outfit of devotees, have called a 24-hour-long hartal starting midnight.

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  • United States service member killed in fighter crash in Ukraine
United States service member killed in fighter crash in Ukraine

Military authorities said the bodies of the two airmen had been recovered. The U.S. Air Forces in Europe and Africa confirmed that a U.S serviceman died in an accident, in a statement published on its website on October 17. "This kind of flight is done by very experienced pilots", he added. He was taking part in the Clear Sky exercise, a mult...

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  • Teen murders 19 in gun and bomb attack at college
Teen murders 19 in gun and bomb attack at college

It was the greatest loss of life in school violence in Russian Federation since the Beslan terrorist attack by Chechen separatists in 2004, in which 333 people were killed during a three-day siege, many of them children, and hundreds were wounded.

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  • Lewinsky affair not an abuse of power: Hillary
Lewinsky affair not an abuse of power: Hillary

Clinton might say that was because the phrase wasn't coined at that time". New York Democrat Senator Kirsten Gillibrand came out past year amid the #MeToo movement saying she believed the former President should have stepped down as a result of his affair.

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  • Scott Morrison open to moving Australia's embassy in Israel to Jerusalem
Scott Morrison open to moving Australia's embassy in Israel to Jerusalem

Facing a domestic backlash and the threat of foreign trade retaliation, Australia's Prime Minister on Tuesday appeared to slow-peddle a controversial decision to move the country's embassy to Jerusalem, saying he would first consult with allies.

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  • Pippa Middleton gives birth to baby boy
Pippa Middleton gives birth to baby boy

The baby boy was born at the same hospital as his cousins - George, Charlotte and Louis. A family spokeswoman said: "James and Pippa have had a baby boy". Patients at the highly-respected hospital are given a private room with their own bathroom and satellite TV offering "major global channels". Pippa and her husband James were married in...

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  • Chief spreading bull: Cherokee Nation rejects Elizabeth Warren’s DNA results
Chief spreading bull: Cherokee Nation rejects Elizabeth Warren’s DNA results

Trump said a DNA test that Warren released showing she is 1/1,024th Native American only proves that her claim is a "scam and a lie". The Cherokee Nation, which in 2012 mostly stayed out of the furor, said it was "inappropriate" for Warren to claim a connection to the tribal nation - most likely aware of how this could be a major campaign i...

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  • Hurricane Leslie churns toward Portugal, Spain - 10/13/2018 12:54:47 PM
Hurricane Leslie churns toward Portugal, Spain - 10/13/2018 12:54:47 PM

The National Civil Protection Authority (ANPC) has made a decision to keep the yellow alert in mainland Portugal until 24:00 local time on Monday, as there are structures that can fall and "too much work to clean" what was damaged by the passing of the Leslie .

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  • At least eight climbers killed on Nepal peak
At least eight climbers killed on Nepal peak

A renowned South Korean climber was among nine people killed when a vicious snowstorm hit their camp on Nepal's Mount Gurja, according to officials. Rescue authorities have retrieved the bodies of the five South Korean climbers and four Nepalese guides.

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  • More Cities Deciding Not To Celebrate Columbus Day
More Cities Deciding Not To Celebrate Columbus Day

By now, you probably know Christopher Columbus didn't discover America. But Columbus did pave the way for the "European exploration, exploitation, and colonization of the Americas", according to the Encyclopedia Britannica . "The City of Columbus will be open on Columbus Day on Monday, October 8, 2018". Columbus Day has been officially celebra...

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  • Pentagon grounds F-35 fighter jets in wake of crash
Pentagon grounds F-35 fighter jets in wake of crash

The decision involves a potentially bad fuel tube and affects more than 250 USA -owned jets, as well as almost 100 that belong to other nations including Britain. The program is estimated to have a lifetime cost of over $1.5 trillion. The pilot, assigned to Marine Fighter Attack Training Squadron 501, ejected safely, a Pentagon spokesman confirm...

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  • Thousands left without power after Storm Callum sweeps United Kingdom and Ireland
Thousands left without power after Storm Callum sweeps United Kingdom and Ireland

Gusts of 60 to 70mph are forecast, possibly higher for exposed hills and coastlines. Up to 5 inches (120-160 mm) of rain is possible over higher ground in the south and southwest of the United Kingdom, approaching the region's monthly average.

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