• Donald Trump uses Obama clip to troll Democrats on illegal immigration
Donald Trump uses Obama clip to troll Democrats on illegal immigration

Democrats also posted early vote leads in nearby Washoe County , which has more registered Republicans. So, despite some bad knee problems, he spends his time knocking on doors several times a week urging people to vote in November ― an election he views as a crucial referendum on Donald Trump's presidency.

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  • University of Utah athlete Lauren McCluskey shot and killed on campus
University of Utah athlete Lauren McCluskey shot and killed on campus

The University of Utah was also the scene of a deadly shooting nearly a year ago, when Austin Boutain fired five shots into a auto and killed 23-year-old ChenWei Guo, a computer science major from China. Her daughter also attended Capital Church in Salt Lake City. News of the emergency was released on the university's verified Twitter account...

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  • Five dead sea scrolls on display at bible museum revealed as fakes
Five dead sea scrolls on display at bible museum revealed as fakes

Now the museum has been forced to admit a painful truth: technical analysis by a team of German scholars has revealed that at least five of the museum's 16 scroll fragments are apparent forgeries. But a year ago, Hobby Lobby agreed to return almost 4,000 artifacts to Iraq after they were found to have been looted from Iraqi archaeological sites.

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  • Saudi says Khashoggi died in ‘brawl’ as world questions its shifting stories
Saudi says Khashoggi died in ‘brawl’ as world questions its shifting stories

He said the Saudis did not know how Khashoggi, a Saudi national and US resident, had been killed or where his body was. According to the plan, the team could hold Khashoggi in a safe house outside Istanbul for "a period of time" but then release him if he ultimately refused to return to Saudi Arabia, the official said.

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  • What Really Happened To Jamal Khashoggi?
What Really Happened To Jamal Khashoggi?

Turkish police have named 15 men, including several of Prince Mohammed's personal employees and an Australia-trained, bone-saw wielding Saudi pathologist , who allegedly made up a "hit squad" to kill Khashoggi . manufacturers. Senior researcher at the Afro-Middle East Centre Ebrahim Deen said: "We need to be very wary of Saudi investments and w...

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  • May's knotty Brexit backstop problem and how it could be solved
May's knotty Brexit backstop problem and how it could be solved

The EU sees May's "all-UK" backstop, keeping all of Britain inside the EU customs union , as a dodge to grab unfair advantage by giving a special deal intended for a small, troubled province to Europe's third-biggest economy. She said she would not be listening to those who wanted to "stop Brexit " through a new referendum - which she said should...

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  • Saudi Arabia Confirms Jamal Khashoggi Was Killed In Turkish Consulate
Saudi Arabia Confirms Jamal Khashoggi Was Killed In Turkish Consulate

Turkish prosecutors investigating the disappearance of Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi questioned Turkish employees of the Saudi consulate in Istanbul on Friday, widening the hunt for evidence in a case that has put unprecedented worldwide pressure on Saudi Arabia.

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  • Voting access a focus of Georgia debate
Voting access a focus of Georgia debate

The face-to-face meeting was expected to be contentious in part because of all the voter suppression allegations facing Brian Kemp , who is polling neck-and-neck with Abrams . A voter speaks with gubernatorial candidate Stacey Abrams as they wait in line for their ballots during early voting at The Gallery at South DeKalb Mall in Decatur, Monda...

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  • World's oldest intact shipwreck found in Black Sea
World's oldest intact shipwreck found in Black Sea

Researchers from the University of Southampton's Black Sea Maritime Archaeology Project have found the world's oldest intact shipwrecked vessel, which is reportedly ancient Greek in origin and has remained undisturbed for over 2,400 years.

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  • Exclusive pictures of Jamal Khashoggi entering the Saudi consulate
Exclusive pictures of Jamal Khashoggi entering the Saudi consulate

Regarding the Saudi arrests, he said, "It's a big first step". Khashoggi refused and told Mutreb that someone was waiting outside for him and would contact the Turkish authorities if he did not reappear within an hour, the official said.

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  • Saudi agent seen on video leaving consulate wearing missing journalist's clothing
Saudi agent seen on video leaving consulate wearing missing journalist's clothing

Separately, Erdogan offered condolences to the family and relatives of Khashoggi. He said 18 people had been arrested - three from the consulate and a further 15 who are believed to be part of a hit squad who flew to Istanbul to carry out the killing - and they should all stand trial in Istanbul .

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  • Alleged in-flight groper: Trump says it's 'ok' to grab women's private parts
Alleged in-flight groper: Trump says it's 'ok' to grab women's private parts

When Alexander was later arrested on a federal charge of abusive sexual contact , he referenced President Trump's infamous "grab them by the p-y" quote in the back of a police vehicle. He gave a written statement to federal agents, saying he was asleep for most of the flight but remembered a woman sitting in front of him who changed seats.

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  • Democrats up in Florida with two weeks to go — CNN Poll
Democrats up in Florida with two weeks to go — CNN Poll

Gillum implied that DeSantis had aligned himself with racists through social media and speeches he has made. He also tweeted on Sunday, shortly after his tweet about DeSantis and Gillum, that "Facebook has just stated that they are setting up a system to "purge" themselves of Fake News".

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  • Brexit deal 95% done says Theresa May
Brexit deal 95% done says Theresa May

It follows a suggestion by UK Brexit Secretary Dominic Raab that the UK transition period could be extended as "an alternative to the backstop" . Scottish Tory MPs have spoken out against any move that keeps the United Kingdom in the EU Common Fisheries Policy beyond the end of 2020.

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  • Saudi royals receive Khashoggi family but continue to ban them from travel
Saudi royals receive Khashoggi family but continue to ban them from travel

However, Erdogan did not produce the secret audio recordings that some officials have said provide proof of how Khashoggi was killed. The Foreign Secretary said Saudi Arabia's official claim that the journalist died in a fight at the Gulf kingdom's consulate in Istanbul was "not credible".

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  • Monkeys ‘stone’ 72-year-old to death in India
Monkeys ‘stone’ 72-year-old to death in India

The incident was the latest in a string of violent behaviour from monkeys which has led Mr Singh's fellow villagers in the north Indian state, which is home to the Taj Mahal, to complain to police. But police insisted they can not open a case against monkeys and instead declared Mr Singh's death an accident. Chitwan Singh, station officer of Dogh...

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  • Explosive device found at home of legendary investor George Soros
Explosive device found at home of legendary investor George Soros

A bomb squad was called to the home of the philanthropist George Soros yesterday to detonate an explosive device found in a postbox. "Out of an abundance of caution, we're in contact with people from the Soros organization and we are deploying CRC to locations that are located within New York City", NYPD Commissioner James O'Neill said.

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  • Bolton to Meet with Putin on Possible US Pullout from Arms Treaty
Bolton to Meet with Putin on Possible US Pullout from Arms Treaty

Bolton, who is expected to meet Russian President Vladimir Putin Tuesday, was visiting Moscow in the wake of Trump's announcement Saturday that he wants to do away with the pact that bans intermediate-range nuclear and conventional missiles.

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  • China voices 'concern' as United States warships sail through Taiwan Strait
China voices 'concern' as United States warships sail through Taiwan Strait

A short statement released by the ministry did not give the names of the two USA vessels, but said they passed through global waters of the Taiwan Strait in what it described as a "routine" operation. China maintains Taiwan is a breakaway province and not an independent nation. The Chinese military has sailed its aircraft carrier and accompanying...

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  • Xi Jinping launches Hong Kong-mainland mega bridge
Xi Jinping launches Hong Kong-mainland mega bridge

Chinese President Xi Jinping is expected to attend an opening ceremony today in Zhuhai. Stretching more than 55km (34 miles), the Hong Kong-Zhuhai-Macau Bridge spans the Pearl River Delta and is an unparalleled engineering feat. A handful of citizens will be allowed to drive on the bridge, but they'll need a special permit in order to do so. ...

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