• Duchess Of Sussex's First Official Twitter Picture Features Prince Harry
Duchess Of Sussex's First Official Twitter Picture Features Prince Harry

Prince Harry and Duchess Meghan are set to welcome their first child, their "little bump" in the Spring! "From myself, my wife and our little bump , we are so grateful to be here. The couple and their entourage made their way along a line of around 20 hosts, shaking each by the hand and performing the gentle nose kiss. "It is such an honour t...

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  • Pittsburgh synagogue shooting victim just became a grandpa
Pittsburgh synagogue shooting victim just became a grandpa

The campaign's organizers did not immediately return a call from CBS News. He said authorities believed the suspect entered the synagogue, murdered the worshippers and was leaving when he encountered a uniformed police officer. News of the attack spread quickly through the surrounding neighborhood. US President Donald Trump on Saturday sa...

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  • Afghanistan: Kandahar Votes After Week-long Delay Due to Violence
Afghanistan: Kandahar Votes After Week-long Delay Due to Violence

The U.S. -backed government is rife with corruption and many Afghans have said they do not expect the elections to be fair. The policeman, who was martyred, was injured in the attack and later died of his wounds. Thirty-two of Afghanistan's 34 provinces voted over two days on Oct 20-21. At least six people were wounded in the blast, Afghan of...

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  • Emails show Federal Bureau of Investigation agent helped cover 2016 Gillum fundraising event
Emails show Federal Bureau of Investigation agent helped cover 2016 Gillum fundraising event

Under Florida's ethics rules, any gift more than $100 must be reported, which these weren't. Kise was once Florida's solicitor general and served on the transition team of Republican Gov. The state ethics commission issued a subpoena for the records just last week. The jabs flew from there, with DeSantis calling Gillum a career politician who d...

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  • Here’s the federal court criminal complaint against Cesar Sayoc, mail bombing suspect
Here’s the federal court criminal complaint against Cesar Sayoc, mail bombing suspect

Since a pipe bomb turned up at CNN's NY office in the Time Warner Center on Wednesday, all mail to the network has been screened offsite, he said. Just days after major Democratic donor Tom Steyer received a pipe bomb in the mail, President Donald Trump sent out a tweet on Sunday calling him a crazed lunatic.

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  • Khashoggi killers to be prosecuted in Saudi Arabia: Jubeir
Khashoggi killers to be prosecuted in Saudi Arabia: Jubeir

Saudi Arabia's allies have reacted with outrage towards a country that is the lynchpin of a US-backed regional bloc against growing Iranian influence in the Middle East, Reuters said. He said Saudi Arabia was combating Iran's vision of "darkness" in the Middle East. Worldwide pressure has increased on the Saudi leadership to come clean on th...

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  • Over the weekend: German election results putting pressure on Merkel
Over the weekend: German election results putting pressure on Merkel

Ms Nahles said yesterday she would propose a roadmap to allow the SPD to measure the progress of the ruling coalition, which has been plagued by infighting, at a mid-term review next year. Merkel's ruling coalition "has lost the confidence of the electorate", said Josef Joffe, publisher-editor of weekly Die Zeit. Nor did the veteran leader's four...

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  • Person in Custody in Florida in Mail Bombs Case
Person in Custody in Florida in Mail Bombs Case

Daniel Aaronson, an attorney who has represented Sayoc over the years, said none of his clients were "as polite and as courteous and as respectful to me" as Sayoc was. Authorities who have discovered the parcels around the country - in NY, outside Washington, D.C., in Florida and in Los Angeles - are sending them to the FBI Laboratory in Quantico, ...

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  • Trump critic De Niro urges Americans to vote after bomb plot
Trump critic De Niro urges Americans to vote after bomb plot

Several law enforcement officials from various agencies, including the Federal Bureau of Investigation and the U.S. Postal Inspection Service, gathered in the parking lot of an Auto Zone in Plantation earlier in the day, where investigators were focused on a white van with pro-Trump political stickers covering the windows.

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  • Harry and Meghan receive traditional Maori welcome in New Zealand
Harry and Meghan receive traditional Maori welcome in New Zealand

Daily Mail newspaper who was aboard the Quantas charter flight at the time , they were "seconds from landing" at Sydney Airport when they suddenly pulled up from the runway. She said: 'Meghan started to talk to them and I thought I'm just going to ask. Another poignant moment came when a young fan handed Meghan a homemade brooch, and the duchess...

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  • China, Japan vow to forge closer ties at ‘historic turning point’
China, Japan vow to forge closer ties at ‘historic turning point’

Japanese firms including big auto companies like Toyota hope to see normalised ties with China so they can compete with USA and European rivals, while Beijing expects Tokyo's endorsement of its ambitious Belt and Road programme, an initiative that Xi hopes will further boost trade and transport links with other countries.

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  • Trump denies his political rhetoric may have inspired mail-bomb spree
Trump denies his political rhetoric may have inspired mail-bomb spree

Since then, packages have been intercepted that were addressed to Obama, Hillary Clinton , Biden, former Central Intelligence Agency director John Brennan , actor Robert De Niro , Congresswoman Maxine Waters and former Attorney-General Eric Holder .

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  • Saudi Crown Prince Calls Journalist's Killing 'Repulsive,' Vows Justice
Saudi Crown Prince Calls Journalist's Killing 'Repulsive,' Vows Justice

They offered no evidence to corroborate their claims and no information on the whereabouts of Khashoggi's body, saying a local "collaborator" had disposed of it. "There are now those who are trying to take advantage of this painful situation to create a rift between the Kingdom and Turkey", he said. "And it is painful, heinous to every human bein...

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  • Hundreds Leave Migrant Caravan on the Way to US Border - Mexican Authorities
Hundreds Leave Migrant Caravan on the Way to US Border - Mexican Authorities

A Thursday Fox News report said that hundreds of USA military troops are headed to the country's southern border in an effort to deal with the approaching migrant caravan. Most of the caravan has come from Honduras and other Central American countries and are now in Mexico. "Go back to your Country and if you want, apply for citizenship...

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  • Death toll in Jordan flood rises to 20, mostly children
Death toll in Jordan flood rises to 20, mostly children

Thirty-four people were rescued in a major operation involving police helicopters and hundreds of army troops, police chief Brigadier General Farid al Sharaa told state television. The low-lying Dead Sea area is prone to flash flooding when rain water rushes down from adjacent hills. A bridge on one of the cliffs of the Dead Sea had collapsed w...

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  • Donald Trump blames media to inspiring pipebomber
Donald Trump blames media to inspiring pipebomber

Former CIA Director John Brennan, the target of a suspected pipe bomb discovered at CNN's Manhattan office on Wednesday, responded on Twitter that Trump should "stop blaming others". Mr. Brennan blamed the president, saying his rhetoric "fuels these feelings and sentiments that now are bleeding over into potentially acts of violence".

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  • Gillum and DeSantis trade increasingly personal blows during second Florida gubernatorial debate
Gillum and DeSantis trade increasingly personal blows during second Florida gubernatorial debate

Gillum's opponent, Rep. Ron DeSantis (R-Fla.), has repeatedly accused Gillum of being under FBI investigation, an accusation that Gillum has firmly denied. The documents were subpoenaed by the commission as part of its investigation into trips Gillum and Corey took to NY and Costa Rica. In a message from August 8, 2016 - only made public this...

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  • Andrew Gillum outshines Ron DeSantis in FL governor debate
Andrew Gillum outshines Ron DeSantis in FL governor debate

Former Vice President Joe Biden appeared confused on Monday as to what Florida city he was in during a campaign rally for Sen. In the interview, he noted he's been in touch with former President Barack Obama , who may campaign on his behalf.

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  • ‘We’re not letting you in’, Trump warns migrants
‘We’re not letting you in’, Trump warns migrants

The United Nations estimates that 7,000 people have joined the caravan since it set out from San Pedro Sula, Honduras October 13. He told them to return to their home countries and if they want, they can apply for citizenship status like millions of others are doing.

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  • Trump eyeing a 10 percent middle-income tax cut plan
Trump eyeing a 10 percent middle-income tax cut plan

After Trump announced at a Monday rally for Ted Cruz that "we're going to be putting in a 10 percent tax cut for middle-income families" by "next week", officials in his administration began rushing to figure out a way to get Congress to agree to a more "modest" version of the proposal, the report noted.

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  • Trump says 'looking at' transgender issues after report of policy change
Trump says 'looking at' transgender issues after report of policy change

After more than a year of discussions, health and human services is preparing to formally present the new definition to the Justice Department before the end of the year, Trump administration officials say. "The bottom line is that this should really have no impact on the Question 3 debate because this is Title IX , so it's education they're t...

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  • National Security Adviser John Bolton confident Russian Federation violated treaty
National Security Adviser John Bolton confident Russian Federation violated treaty

Trump repeated on Monday that Russian Federation had not adhered to the treaty and said his vow to increase the U.S. nuclear stockpile included a posture against China as well. In talks the previous day with his Russian counterpart, Nikolai Patrushev, and a dinner with Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov, he said he discussed U.S.

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  • Erdogan, Trump agree on need to explain Khashoggi’s death
Erdogan, Trump agree on need to explain Khashoggi’s death

Turkish media reports and officials say a 15-member Saudi team flew to Istanbul, laid in wait for Khashoggi at the consulate and then cut off his fingers, killed and dismembered the 59-year-old writer. Khashoggi's disappearance. On Friday, during a roundtable in Arizona, asked if he believed whether the Saudi explanation that Khashoggi was k...

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  • Saudi Arabia's full statement on the death of journalist Jamal Khashoggi
Saudi Arabia's full statement on the death of journalist Jamal Khashoggi

Saudi Arabia on Saturday admitted that dissident journalist Jamal Khashoggi was killed inside its consulate in Istanbul , state media said, two weeks after his disappearance sparked global furore. Meanwhile, in a statement, the White House said it is "saddened" to know about the Khashoggi's death. Earlier Friday, Turkey's foreign minister Mev...

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  • Manafort can only wear prison jumpsuit to court appearances
Manafort can only wear prison jumpsuit to court appearances

And Rosenstein has wide discretion on what he releases to Congress, and whether he releases any of it publicly. House Judiciary Committee Chairman Bob Goodlatte and House Oversight Committee Chairman Trey Gowdy said in a statement that Rosenstein would sit for the closed-door interview on October 24.

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