|Trump Feels 'Terribly' For Brett Kavanaugh. What About Christine Blasey Ford?|
President Donald Trump has made it very clear how terrible he feels that his
|Exclusive: With more immigrant children in detention, HHS cuts funds for other programs — like cancer research|
The government is diverting millions of dollars from programs including the CDC and the National Institutes of Health.
|He Created 3D-Printed Guns And Funded Neo-Nazis. Now He's An International Fugitive.|
There's an international manhunt underway for Cody Wilson, the guy credited
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|Mother of baby swept away by Hurricane Florence floodwaters: 'I did everything I could'|
The mother of a child who died after he was swept away by Hurricane Florence's
|Arrest made in fatal stabbing of jogger in Washington, DC: Police|
An arrest was made in the slaying of Wendy Karina Martinez and the suspect is expected to appear in court later today.
|Mach 5 Mission: The Air Force Is Going All In on Hypersonic Weapons|
The Air Force is taking another step in an aggressive plan to prototype, test and deploy hypersonic weapons
|Florence Kills An Estimated 5,500 Pigs, 3.4 Million Chickens And Turkeys In North Carolina|
As Florence battered the Carolinas this past week, dozens of heartwarming
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|Trumpnado! Tweeting about storms, Trump seizes opportunity to make everything worse|
Jerry Adler examines the issues with Trump's tweets about the death toll from Hurricane Maria.
|Former Student: Brett Kavanaugh’s Prep School Party Scene Was A ‘Free-For-All’|
For the duration of his time on campus, a former student recalls, the guiding
|8 people, including 4 migrants in US illegally, die in crash|
PHOENIX (AP) — Eight people, including four immigrants in the U.S. illegally, were killed in a head-on crash on an Arizona highway, authorities said Thursday.
|A Family Seeks Answers After 2 Mental Health Patients Drown In Police Custody|
The family of one of two mental health patients detained in South Carolina who
|May urges fellow EU leaders to drop 'unacceptable' Brexit demands|
Prime Minister Theresa May was set to appeal directly to fellow European leaders at a summit on Wednesday to drop "unacceptable" Brexit demands that she said could rip Britain apart, and to urge the bloc to respond in kind to her plan, according to a senior British government source.
|Masontown shooting: Multiple injured including police officer at Pennsylvania courthouse|
Four people have been injured and taken to the hospital including a reported police officer in Pennsylvania after a gunman opened fire at a district judge's office, several local reports indicate. The shooting occurred sometime after 2pm local time in Masontown, Pennsylvania, and the Fayette County coroner has been called to the scene, an employee at that office has confirmed. Two of the victims were airlifted to JW Ruby Memorial Hospital in West Virginia after the shooting, and one was taken to that hospital through emergency ground transportation.
|Teen Abducted by Tad Cummins Recounts Twisted Advances by Ex-Teacher|
Elizabeth Thomas says she was scared, and didn't want to reveal to her parents and friends that she'd been kissed by a grown man.
|McDonald's spared in EU tax probe|
The European Union on Wednesday ended a long-running investigation into the tax arrangements between US fast food giant McDonald's and Luxembourg, finding the setup did not amount to illegal state aid. With the decision, the maker of Big Mac and McNuggets escapes the fate of US giants Apple, Starbucks and Amazon, which were ordered by the EU to repay big amounts in back taxes, angering Washington. "Luxembourg did not break EU state aid rules," EU Competition Commissioner Margrethe Vestager told a news briefing in Brussels, though she carefully added that the company had managed to escape tax, albeit legally.
|Monsanto asks judge to throw out $289M award in cancer suit|
SAN FRANCISCO (AP) — Agribusiness company Monsanto has asked a San Francisco judge to throw out a jury's $289 million award to a former school groundskeeper who said the company's Roundup weed killer left him dying of cancer.
|Hillary Clinton adviser: We didn't recognize 'full scope' of Russian interference on social media|
Clinton's former senior policy adviser recounts how the campaign learned Russia was meddling in the U.S. election.
|The Push For Christine Blasey Ford to Testify Plays Into An Ugly Myth About A Victim's 'Duty'|
Politicians criticizing Christine Blasey Ford for not wanting to testify
|Elizabeth Smart's kidnapper released from prison|
Wanda Barzee, 72, was released this week after serving 15 years despite Smart's pleas.
|4 Big Revelations from the Kim-Moon Summit|
Can Seoul achieve North Korean denuclearization and keep its alliance with Washington too?
|U.S. judge dismisses GM ignition switch criminal case|
U.S. District Judge Alison Nathan approved a request filed Monday by federal prosecutors to dismiss the two-count criminal information. In 2015, GM entered into a deferred prosecution agreement with the U.S. Attorney's Office in New York after the Detroit automaker was charged with concealing information from government officials, and wire fraud. GM agreed to pay a $900 million fine and accept three years of oversight by an independent monitor.
|Emilia Clarke's Badass 'Game Of Thrones' Tattoo Proves She's The Real Dragon Deal|
Emilia Clarke will forever wear her "Game of Thrones" role on her wrist.
|Aston Martin's Next Mid-Engined Hypercar Is Coming in 2021|
Only 500 copies of the new successor to the Valkyrie, code-named 003, will be produced.
|Netanyahu tests Israeli fast train from Jerusalem to Tel Aviv|
Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu tested Israel's new high-speed train from Jerusalem to Tel Aviv on Thursday, but much work remains before it is fully operational. Netanyahu joined Transportation Minister Yisrael Katz on the ride from a newly built train station in Jerusalem's city centre to Ben Gurion International Airport near Tel Aviv. Travelling at speeds up to 160 kilometres (100 miles) per hour, the ride from central Jerusalem to the airport will take 21 minutes -- half the time it takes to drive there in normal traffic, though congestion often makes the trip much longer.
|2 patients drown as van swept into floodwaters|
COLUMBIA, S.C. (AP) — As South Carolina rivers overflowed from Florence's torrential rain, deputies taking two women to a mental health facility drove into floodwaters that swamped their van and trapped the women inside, officials said Wednesday.
|Alibaba Backpedals On Promise To Bring 1 Million Jobs To U.S., Blames Trump Tariff War|
Chinese tech giant Alibaba will no longer bring the 1 million jobs it had
|Police Shot and Killed a Gunman Who Injured Four People in a Pennsylvania Courtroom|
The suspect was due in court on charges related to a domestic violence incident
|Man Killed by Shark in Cape Cod Joked About Being Shark-Proof Before Death: 'Sharks Don't Bite Me'|
He died at the hospital after the attack.
|Israeli air force chief to give Moscow findings on Russian plane downing|
Israel's air force commander will lead a delegation to Moscow to share the military's findings on the Syrian downing of a Russian warplane following Israeli air strikes, the army said Wednesday. The delegation, led by Major General Amikam Norkin, would on Thursday "present the situation report... regarding all aspects" of the incident, the army said in a statement. On Monday, Syrian air defences shot down a Russian military plane, killing 15 soldiers, after Israeli missiles had struck the coastal region of Latakia.
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|Hezbollah leader Nasrallah says group will stay in Syria until further notice|
The leader of Lebanon's Iran-backed Hezbollah, a key Damascus ally, said on Wednesday that his group will keep its military presence in Syria until further notice, commending the Idlib Russian-Turkish agreement as a step toward reaching a political solution in the country. "We will stay there (in Syria) even after the settlement in Idlib. Lebanon’s Shiite Hezbollah has provided vital support to Syria’s military in the seven-year war across the border, helping it regain swathes of the country.
|Burt Reynolds' last cars to be sold at auction|
The very last cars Burt Reynolds' personally owned - including a 'Smokey and the Bandit' Trans Am - are headed to auction on September 29 during Barrett-Jackson's Las Vegas sale
|Best Gas Cooktops of 2018|
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|Judge throws out lawsuit by ex-wrestlers over concussions|
HARTFORD, Conn. (AP) — A federal judge in Connecticut has dismissed a lawsuit by 60 former professional wrestlers, many of them stars in the 1980s and 1990s, who claimed World Wrestling Entertainment failed to protect them from repeated head trauma including concussions that led to long-term brain damage.
|Hindu group offended by GOP ad: 'Would you worship a donkey or an elephant?'|
The Hindu American Foundation is calling on the Fort Bend Republican Party to apologize for the ad about the celebration of Ganesh Chaturthi, a Hindu festival.
|Trump Boasts About Steel Industry’s ‘New Life' As More Steelworkers Vote To Strike|
President Donald Trump recently boasted about the U.S. steel industry. "It has
|Creator of 3-D printed guns flies to Taiwan amid U.S. sex assault accusation|
Cody Wilson, 30, was placed under investigation after a counsellor on Aug. 22 told police that a 16-year-old girl had said she was paid $500 to have sex with Wilson at an Austin hotel, Austin Police Commander Troy Officer said at a news conference. Police later interviewed the girl and on Wednesday obtained a warrant for Wilson's arrest, but by then he had caught a flight to Taiwan, Officer said. "We know Mr. Wilson frequently travels for business.
|Thousands protest UN job cuts in Gaza|
More than 5,000 people attended the march that began at the Gaza headquarters of UNRWA, including senior figures from the enclave's Islamist rulers Hamas and other political factions. The agency announced it would cut more than 250 jobs in Gaza and the West Bank and make over 500 other positions part-time, as it seeks to survive crippling financial shortfalls caused by US aid cuts. Washington has provided more than $350 million a year for the agency, but US President Donald Trump pulled all funding earlier this year.
|Puppies With Hair Ties Around Their Mouths Rescued From Kansas Apartment|
The pups are now in a foster home.
|UN chief: No inter-Korean success without US-NKorea success|
UNITED NATIONS (AP) — Secretary-General Antonio Guterres warned Thursday that negotiations between the two Koreas won't be successful unless there is simultaneous success in U.S.-North Korean negotiations to denuclearize the Korean Peninsula.
|Netanyahu hits out at Iran after Syria friendly fire incident|
Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said Thursday Israel will defend itself against Iran, after a friendly fire incident in Syria this week linked to Israeli strikes on Iranian targets there. Syria accidentally downed a Russian plane late Monday, killing all 15 people on board, the same evening Israel launched strikes in the war-torn country. Israel says it was targeting a Syrian military facility where weapons manufacturing systems were "about to be transferred on behalf of Iran" to Lebanese Shiite group Hezbollah.
|The 2020 Chevrolet Tahoe Looks Similar, Hides a Big Change Underneath|
It's adopting a new independent rear suspension, just like the Suburban.
|China's Alibaba doubles down on chips amid cloud computing push|
Alibaba Group Holding Ltd will set up a dedicated chip subsidiary and aims to launch its first self-developed AI inference chip in the second half of 2019 that could be used for autonomous driving, smart cities and logistics. The Chinese firm said at an event in Hangzhou on Wednesday that the new subsidiary would make customised AI chips and embedded processors to support the firm's push into fast-growing cloud and internet of things (IoT) businesses. Alibaba's aggressive drive to develop its own semiconductors comes as China's government looks to raise the quality of home-made chips to help propel high-tech domestic industries from cutting-edge transport to AI healthcare systems.
|The Food Network's Pioneer Woman has a line of floral Instant Pots at Walmart and they are precious|
Calling everyone who watches the Food Network as if it's a religion: Your obsession is about to get worse. We're sure you've heard of the Pioneer Woman (she's kind of a big deal) — and if you've seen her show, you know that she is the definition of a precious human. She's designed a new line of Instant Pots with flowers on them, which debuted at Walmart this week, and it's the cutest thing we've ever seen. SEE ALSO: Best Instant Pot cookbooks on Amazon This floral Instant Pot comes in the form of the six-quart LUX, the 6-in-1 model that pressure cooks, slow cooks, sautés, cooks rice, steams, and warms. According to their website, Instant Pots use 70% less energy than the average pressure cooker, but somehow cook food, as their title states, instantly — well, 2-10 times faster, but that's the closest to instant you're gonna get. And the fact that these are launching right before holiday shopping kicks into high gear — coincidence? I think not. I'm sure you already have a list of people in your head who would love to have this puppy sitting on their counter,
or you're already ordering one for yourself (raises hand). There are two floral options: A royal blue one with a water color theme or a teal one with an adorable vintage floral pattern. The latter is already sold out (are we surprised?), but we're sure it'll be back ASAP for the hungry holiday shoppers. Find them for $99 each here. Image: walmart Get the floral Instant Pot LUX — $99 See Details
|Trump: FBI Probe Is 'A Cancer,’ Exposing It Will Be Among His ‘Crowning Achievements’|
President Donald Trump denounced the FBI once again in an interview on
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|Germany's Merkel sees a lot of work to do on Brexit by October|
Substantial progress must be made on Brexit by October if a deal is to be struck in November, German Chancellor Angela Merkel said on Thursday after leaders discussed a possible final Brexit summit for November. Merkel said British Prime Minister Theresa May's so-called Chequers plan, hashed out at her country home in July, offered a good basis for negotiations but there was still a lot of work to do on the issue of future EU trade relations with Britain. "It was clear today that we need substantial progress by October and that we then aim to finalise everything in November," Merkel told reporters at an informal European Union summit.
|Texas Great-Grandmother Shoots Alligator She Claims Ate Her Horse|
Judy Cochran had been trying to kill the gator for three years.