- The competency of Kate Steinle’s alleged killer is being reviewed by the federal judge; reaction and analysis from Fox Nation host Nancy Grace.
- There’s a story to be told in each of the three races for Miami-Dade County School Board.
- Trumpism is nothing but governing based on instinct and self-interest. If it has a future in the Republican Party, we should be very scared.
- New clashes broke out between Azerbaijan and ethnic Armenian forces over Nagorno-Karabakh a day after talks in Washington to try to end the deadliest fighting in the mountain enclave in more than a quarter of a century.Azerbaijan's defence ministry reported fighting in and around Nagorno-Karabakh, a part of Azerbaijan populated and controlled by ethnic Armenians.Local officials accused Azerbaijan's forces of shelling buildings in Stepanakert, the largest city in the region, which Baku denied.
- The deal agreed on Friday marked the third Arab government after the United Arab Emirates and Bahrain to set aside hostilities with Israel in the last two months.U.S. President Donald Trump announced on Monday he would take Sudan off the list once it had deposited $335 million it had pledged to pay in compensation.Trump also said the Palestinians "are wanting to do something" but offered no proof.
- Polish President Andrzej Duda has tested positive for coronavirus and is subject to quarantine but is feeling well, officials announced on Saturday, as the country imposed fresh restrictions to try to stem a surge in the disease.One of the people Duda met in recent days was tennis star Iga Swiatek - who said soon after the announcement about thepresident being infected that she feels good, but will quarantine.Fresh from winning the French Open earlier this month and gaining national hero status
- Polish President Andrzej Duda has tested positive for coronavirus but is feeling good, presidential minister Blazej Spychalski announced on Saturday.Duda's infection comes as the country faces a surge in the COVID-19 epidemic, with new infections hitting a daily record of more than 13,600 on Friday.Duda, 48, holds a mainly ceremonial role, but has the power to veto legislation.
- When pine beetles descended on the Colorado Rockies in their droves a few years ago, they stripped the state’s lush forests bare, turning the region’s green blanketed mountains into a ghost town of spindly, dead trees.The ski resorts, which tourists flocked to for their picturesque tree-lined runs, panicked.“The ski resort industry knows a secret,” says Nick Gromicko, founder of the International Association of Certified Home Inspectors (InterNACHI). “Many people, m
- Hundreds of protesters in Naples threw projectiles at police and set rubbish bins on fire late on Friday during a demonstration against coronavirus restrictions in the southern Italian city. Calls were issued on social media to challenge a curfew that took effect in the Campania region ahead of the weekend, enacted in response to a spiralling second wave of infections that saw nearly 20,000 new cases detected in the last 24 hours. A mostly young crowd marched through the streets of the regional
- Bolivia's former president Evo Morales left Argentina for Caracas late Friday in an official Venezuelan aircraft, the official Argentine news agency Telam said.
- Mexico will not necessarily follow the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) in approving Gilead Science Inc's antiviral drug remdesivir for use in COVID-19 patients, a top Mexican health official said on Friday.Mexico's health regulator Cofepris has already twice denied approval for the drug with a "non-favorable" opinion, deputy health minister Hugo Lopez-Gatell told his regular nightly news conference.
- "We're not going to have a socialist president, especially a female socialist president ... we're not gonna' put up with it," Trump said.
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- “I can’t do it this time," one older voter who backed the president's first run in 2016 told NBC News. "I’m just sick of all of his s---."
- Kushal Kunwar Sharma is affectionately known as the "elephant doctor" in India's wildlife community.
- The campaign against police brutality has encouraged young Nigerians to take on the older generation.
- A U.S. Navy training plane that took off from Florida crashed Friday in an Alabama residential neighborhood near the Gulf Coast, killing both people in the plane, authorities said.Zach Harrell, a spokesperson for Commander, Naval Air Forces, said both people in the T-6B Texan II training plane died, but they weren't immediately releasing their names.Foley Fire Chief Joey Darby said responders encountered a “large volume of fire” with a home and several cars engulfed in flames.
- "I apologize for my participation in all of this," Keith Raniere said.
- Whatever his past reputation for verbal stumblings and gaffes, Biden is one of the few who can tangle with Trump and not be thrown off his game.
A 28-year-old Georgia ICE detainee awoke chained to a hospital bed and had to ask whether she could have children, LA Times reportsOB-GYNs and nursing experts reviewed 3,200 pages of medical records for women treated by Dr. Mahendra Amin. Their report was provided to the LA Times.
- Democrats stick behind Cal Cunningham, focusing on issues instead of infidelity, as they try to seize the majority in the US Senate.
NASA is rushing to hold onto its first sample of asteroid dust before too much leaks into space: 'Time is of the essence'A valve on the probe's sample-collecting arm won't close, and bits of asteroid are floating away. The team hopes to store the dust in a safer place.
- The U.S. national security adviser said on Friday the U.S Coast Guard was basing Enhanced Response Cutters in the western Pacific for maritime security missions, citing illegal fishing and harassment of vessels by China.In a statement, Robert O'Brien also said the Coast Guard planned to evaluate next fiscal year the feasibility of basing Fast Response Cutters in American Samoa in the South Pacific.The statement described the United States as a Pacific power and added that China's "illegal, unrep
- Former White House adviser Omarosa Manigault-Newman was offered $15,000 when she left the administration
- Wild pigs are destroying land due a population boom.
- Enrique Marquez was found guilty of buying guns for a couple who carried out the attack in 2015.
- Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell says there’s nothing the public needs to know about his health after photos taken earlier this week captured what appeared to be bruising on his hands and around his mouth.The Kentucky Republican, who is up for reelection this year, said “of course not” when asked by reporters Thursday if he has a health issue.In a brief exchange in a Senate hallway, McConnell at first declined to answer when asked about his health by a Politico reporter,
- Lake County State's Attorney Michael Nerheim said he asked the Department of Justice for help reviewing the Oct. 20 shooting, which left 19-year-old Marcellis Stinnette dead and has been under investigation by state police."I have been advised that they have agreed to do so," Nerheim said of the Justice Department, which oversees the FBI.
- Good news, Disney fans: A small portion of Disney California Adventure Park will soon be open to the public, as part of the Downtown Disney District.
Kamala Harris' husband, Doug Emhoff, describes meeting her as 'love at first sight.' Here's a timeline of their relationship.Vice presidential candidate Kamala Harris and husband Doug Emhoff met in 2013 on a blind date set up by one of Harris' friends.
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