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Trump talks to CIA, State leaders about Khashoggi killing - News - Gainesville Sun - Gainesville, FL
The Gainesville Sun 23 minutes ago
She provided no additional details but said the president has confidence in the CIA. He said Saturday "the murder of Jamal Khashoggi was an atrocity. Trump considers the Saudis vital allies in his Mideast agenda.

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After trading barbs all year, Newsom and Trump meet at California fire zone - POLITICO
POLITICO 48 minutes ago
YUBA COUNTY, Calif. - Two weeks after decisively winning an election framed as a referendum on President Donald Trump, California Gov.-elect Gavin Newsom met his foil for the first time on a smoke-stifled tarmac as the state burned. Numerous users said Newsom and Brown should use the opportunity to demand that Trump apologize for his tweets faulting California for the severity of the fires or to challenge the accuracy of his claims. When Trump a week ago responded to the natural disaster ravaging California by deriding the state's management and threatening to halt federal help, Newsom joined Democrats heaping on criticism.

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PressTV-Iran, Iraq agree to raise bilateral trade to $20 billion
PressTVcached 52 minutes ago
Iran and Iraq have agreed to raise the volume of bilateral trade to 20 billion dollars per year. Iran, Iraq agree to raise bilateral trade to $20 billion. The agreement was made during a meeting in Tehran on Saturday between the presidents of the two countries.

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'Despicable': Sweden's deputy PM refers to 9/11 attacks as 'accidents' on live TV - RT World News
RTcached 20 minutes ago
“He has been chairman of Young Muslims in tough situations like the September 11 accidents,” Romson said. Swedish Twitter user @Syloc apologized to the victims of the 9/11 attacks, and apologized for Romson's comment. He stated that he had relatives who died in the attacks, which killed over 3,000 people on September 11, 2001.

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Trump schedules Mississippi rallies to boost Hyde-Smith - POLITICO
POLITICOcached 37 minutes ago
The president won Mississippi by nearly 18 percentage points in the 2016 presidential election. President Donald Trump will appear in Mississippi later this month to shore up support for Republican Sen. Cindy Hyde-Smith, whose once-bulletproof bid for another two years in the chamber has become increasingly imperiled following public comments involving a public hanging and voter suppression. “President Trump is so committed to getting out the vote for Cindy Hyde-Smith that he scheduled two rallies in the great State of Mississippi on the day before the run-off election,” Trump campaign chief operating officer Michael Glassner said in a news release.

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'Money Talks': Tomi Says Dems Will 'Fall in Line' With 'Chief Fundraiser' Pelosi | Fox News Insider
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What she really is, is a chief fundraiser," Lahren said. "At the end of the day, money talks," Lahren said. Lahren said on Fox & Friends that she's "confident" Pelosi will be the next House Speaker.

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Florida recount: Orange Democrats claim state 'playing games' with vote-by-mail signature ruling - Orlando Sen...
Orlando Sentinel - Orlando News, Weather... 2 hours ago
Orange County Supervisor of Elections Bill Cowles and the Department of State could not be reached for comment. Orange County Democratic chair Wes Hodge claimed the state was violating a judge's order by mandating that voters can only fix problems with vote-by-mail signatures with new forms issued Friday and not standard county forms. He said Orange County Democrats turned in more than 50 cure affidavits to the Orange County Supervisor of Elections office, which he said was calling voters to tell them the wrong form was submitted.

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1 dead and more than 100 injured in fuel tax protests in France - CBS News
CBS News Logocached 1 hour ago
The taxes are part of Macron's strategy to wean France off fossil fuels. PARIS -- One protester was killed and 106 others were injured at roadblocks set up around France on Saturday as citizens angry at rising fuel taxes rose up in a grassroots movement and posed a new challenge to President Emmanuel Macron. The rise in fuel taxes, notably for diesel fuel, spoke to those French who feel the president has asked ordinary citizens to make the largest efforts in his bid to transform France.

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Stacey Abrams 'acknowledges' Brian Kemp's win in Georgia governor's race , she plans to sue over election | Columbus Led...
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Stacey Abrams, Democratic candidate for Georgia's governor's race, said she "acknowledges" Brian Kemp's win in the race. She also announced that she'll be filing a "major federal lawsuit" against the state Georgia's mismanagement of the election. Stacey Abrams “acknowledges” Brian Kemp's win in Georgia governor's race , she plans to sue over election.

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Argentina minister says country without means to rescue sub
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Argentina's Defense Minister Oscar Aguad talks during a press conference in Buenos Aires, Argentina, Saturday, Nov. 17, 2018. BUENOS AIRES, Argentina (AP) - Hours after announcing the discovery of an Argentine submarine lost deep in the Atlantic a year ago with 44 crew members aboard, the government said Saturday that it is unable to recover the vessel, drawing anger from missing sailors' relatives who demanded that it be raised. Defense Minister Oscar Aguad said at a press conference that the country lacks "modern technology" capable of "verifying the seabed" to extract the ARA San Juan, which was found 907 meters (2,975 feet) deep in waters off the Valdes Peninsula in Argentine Patagonia.

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Fans' funniest reactions to Strictly Blackpool Tower special
HELLO! Magazine Online 1 hour ago
Gloria Estefan kicked things off with a vibrant 80s carnival themed performance and her fans rejoiced! One wrote: 'Kevin's not cut out for a girls night #strictly' accompanied with a sarcastic GIF. Strictly Come Dancing was back in Blackpool for a very special episode on Saturday night, with even more sparkles, sequins and pizzazz than usual.

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Trump: US not considering Fethullah Gulen's extradition to Turkey | Turkey News | Al Jazeera
Al Jazeera Englishcached 43 minutes ago
According to the NBC report, Trump officials asked law enforcement to look into Gulen's residency status in the US and the possibility of reopening the Turkish request for extradition. Along with the allegations over the failed coup on July 15, 2016, which killed about 300 people, Turkey also accuses Gulen's group of being behind a long-running campaign to overthrow the state through the infiltration of Turkish institutions, in particular the military, the police and the judiciary. Turkey has designated Gulen's network, which runs charities, schools and businesses across the world, as a "terrorist organisation" and has launched a widespread crackdown on suspected members since the coup bid.

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Georgetown professor says Kavanaugh defenders 'deserve miserable deaths' and should be 'castrated' - RT US News
RTcached 19 minutes ago
Fair's employer, Georgetown University, did not seem too bothered by Fair's comments, however. Professor C. Christine Fair tweeted a link to a video of Republican Senator Lindsey Graham speaking in support of Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh who has been accused of a sexual assault which allegedly took place in 1982 while he was in high school. RT has contacted Georgetown University for comment.

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Trump disputes NYT report that he asked aides about Pence's loyalty - POLITICO
POLITICO 1 hour ago
President Donald Trump on Saturday reaffirmed his confidence in Mike Pence, repeatedly slamming a report in the New York Times that asserted Trump has questioned the loyalty of his vice president, while claiming against available evidence that the newspaper had not sought comment before publication. “I don't question his loyalty at all,” the president said of Pence, according to a pool report. Trump, who is known to hold personal loyalty as a deciding factor in many of his friendships and hiring decisions, referred to the vice president as “a trooper” and “a terrific person” who has “already been tested, in many ways.”.

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Zverev shocks Federer to reach final of ATP Finals
Gulf Times (Local, English) 30 minutes ago
Alexander Zverev beat Roger Federer 7-5, 7-6 (7/5) yesterday to reach the title decider at the ATP Finals in a match that ended in confusion and high drama. The end of the match was overshadowed by an unusual incident, Zverev stopping a rally with Federer leading 4-3 in the second-set tie-break after a ballboy dropped a ball, forcing the point to be replayed. Zverev won the point with an ace and nudged into a 5-4 lead before Federer inexplicably netted with a simple forehand volley to hand the German two set points, the second of which he took on his own serve.

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PlayStation Plus 1-Year Subscription $40 - Amazon Black Friday 2018 Deals | Android Headlines
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You can purchase this one year subscription to PlayStation Plus from Amazon at the link below. That is good for $20 off of the regular price of PlayStation Plus. Sony also gives PlayStation Plus members discounts on games, content and much more.

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MSU, Nebraska pay tribute to late punters Mike Sadler, Nick Foltz
The Detroit Newscached 1 hour ago
MSU, Nebraska pay tribute to late punters Mike Sadler, Nick Foltz Sadler and Foltz were killed July 23, 2016, in a single-car accident in Waukesha, Wis. Sadler and Foltz were killed July 23, 2016, in a single-car accident in Waukesha, Wis. Members of the Foltz and Sadler families were on hand as well as Nebraska coach Scott Frost, Michigan State coach Mark Dantonio and the specialists for each team.

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Julian Assange Faces Legal Action, Raising Questions About the Legacy and Future of WikiLeaks - The Atlantic
The Atlanticcached 2 hours ago
Before WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange was an international fugitive, he was running a little-noticed experiment in radical transparency. Now it looks as if the U.S. government is preparing its most direct action yet against Assange. It remains unclear whether the purported charges against Assange pertain to the cables' release or to WikiLeaks' role, witting or not, in Russian election meddling.

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Editorial: Is Jeff Flake the only Senate Republican who stands for integrity? | Editorial | stltoday.com
STLtoday, St. Louis 50 minutes ago
Luckily, at least one congressional Republican, Sen. Jeff Flake, R-Ariz., is taking a stand for the cause of justice. Editorial: Is Jeff Flake the only Senate Republican who stands for integrity? Russia's interference has been confirmed by U.S. intelligence agencies beyond any debate.

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In Last Ditch Effort to Avoid Coalition Collapse, Netanyahu to Meet With Finance Minister | Jewish & Israel News Algemei...
Algemeiner.comcached 2 hours ago
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu will meet with his Finance Minister Moshe Kahlon on Sunday in a last ditch effort to save his government. Netanyahu met with Bennett on Friday and reportedly told Bennett he would not do so. Reports indicate that Jewish Home intends to leave the coalition.

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Lovingly executed 80s Redux tracks down old friends for those who had even a sliver of musical taste back in the day | G...
The Georgia Straight, Vancouver's News &...cached 23 minutes ago
That brings us to 80s Redux: Your Favorite Musicians Today. One of the great things about the Internet is that it makes catching up with old friends and one-time casual acquaintances easy. Assuming you had even a sliver of good taste back in the day, 80s Redux: Your Favorite Musicians Today is packed with them.

This Week In Techdirt History: November 11th - 17th | Techdirt
Techdirt.cached 23 minutes ago
This week in 2013, we learned more about the UK's GCHQ and its use of a packet injection attack to hack an internet exchange, garnering a combined response of "no comment but by the way that would be totally legal" from the agency. Meanwhile, this was also the week that the the TPP's IP chapter leaked for the first time, and it was as bad as expected (and even worse than ACTA). This week in 2008, broadband providers were rolling out usage caps and patronizingly advertising the number of emails that could be sent under the limits, while the industry's apologists pushed the narrative that there was a growing bandwidth crunch (there wasn't).

'Champions' Director Says Disabled Actors Rewrote His Hit Spanish Movie
Entertainment news - The Wrapcached 24 minutes ago
When you're working with actors, you do a take and another take and another take. Javier Fesser's film “Champions,” a huge hit in Spain, finds a hotheaded professional basketball coach sentenced to community service working with a team of mentally disabled players, all of them played by nonprofessional actors. Usually in casting, you are looking for the perfect actors to play the roles that you already wrote.

Humanity under threat from antibiotic-resistant infections | Salon.com
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This past summer in the United States, two pharmaceutical companies earned FDA approval for new antibiotic compounds. The first stages are already here in the form of multi-antibiotic-resistant infections that threaten the basic function of hospitals. They will continue to adapt and they will succeed unless humanity builds new layers of defence in the form of new antibiotics and other creative approaches.


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