• School District Investigating Teachers Who Dressed as Border Wall, Mexicans
School District Investigating Teachers Who Dressed as Border Wall, Mexicans

The district originally shared photos of the costumes on its Facebook page , but it since has deleted the post but not before others shared the images, including some media outlets such as KTVB . Others were pictured wearing brightly colored ponchos, fake mustaches, and sombreros, with one hat spelling "Mexican" on the brim. The costumes were w...

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  • Xi Vows to Expand Imports, Protect Intellectual Property
Xi Vows to Expand Imports, Protect Intellectual Property

President Xi Jinping promised Monday to open China wider to imports at the start of a high-profile trade fair meant to rebrand the country as a global customer, but he offered no response to US and European complaints about technology policy and curbs on foreign business.

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  • Texas newlyweds die in helicopter crash while leaving their wedding
Texas newlyweds die in helicopter crash while leaving their wedding

According to the couple's wedding website , they were to be married Saturday in Uvalde, where the Byler family ranch is located. The Uvalde County Sheriff's Office said it received a call from an aviation monitoring center about a possible downed aircraft in northwest Uvalde around midnight.

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  • Khashoggi's body parts transported in suitcases
Khashoggi's body parts transported in suitcases

Istanbul's Chief Public Prosecutor Irfan Fidan, who is leading the investigation , said last week he believed the journalist was "choked to death immediately" after he entered the building on 2 October, before his body was dismembered and destroyed.

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  • Twitter deletes automated accounts discouraging voting
Twitter deletes automated accounts discouraging voting

It was learned that the accounts wrongly appeared to be from Democrats, after the party flagged the misleading tweets to the social media company. As Election Day approaches, it's safe to expect more of this kind of activity. " We took action on relevant accounts and activity on Twitter ", a Twitter spokesperson told Reuters . Dems just wee...

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  • Iranian marchers chant ‘Death to America’ on eve of U.S. oil sanctions
Iranian marchers chant ‘Death to America’ on eve of U.S. oil sanctions

Iran will continue to export its oil and will break the sanctions reinstated by the United States on Monday, the nation's leader Hassan Rouhani said in a TV address, Reuters reports. However, analysts doubt this will materially lessen the impact of sanctions on Iran. Saudi Arabia is the only country with the capacity to make up for lost Ira...

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  • Wisconsin town mourns 3 Girl Scouts, 1 adult killed in crash
Wisconsin town mourns 3 Girl Scouts, 1 adult killed in crash

Neighboring troop leaders who also have fourth grade girls in their organizations say this tragedy has shaken them to the core. A 21-year-old Chippewa Falls man will be facing 4 counts of Homicide Through Negligent Use of a Vehicle following the fatal hit-and-run that occurred in Lake Hallie, WI on November 3, 2018, according Sgt.

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  • One dead after two light planes collide mid-air over Ottawa
One dead after two light planes collide mid-air over Ottawa

A CTV Ottawa reporter said the incident took place at Carp Airport - a popular home base for Canada's general aviation enthusiasts. Police are asking commuters to avoid the area. Police say it is not yet known how many people were aboard each plane or whether any injuries have been reported. The Transportation Safety Board confirmed Sunday ...

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  • Trump versus Obama on final US campaign weekend
Trump versus Obama on final US campaign weekend

Democrat Andrew Gillum is leading DeSantis while Scott is tied with Democratic Sen. At the moment, Nelson is the only Democrat holding statewide office in Florida. The Democrat took a brief break from the trail early Saturday morning in the aftermath of a deadly shooting at a yoga studio in Tallahassee, where he is the mayor.

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  • Sri Lanka to lift parliament suspension in 10 days
Sri Lanka to lift parliament suspension in 10 days

Wickremesinghe has refused to accept his dismissal, claiming to be the country's legitimate premier. Sirisena was health minister in Rajapaksa's Cabinet and the second-in-command of his party before defecting to run as the opposition candidate in a presidential election called two years ahead of schedule.

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  • Florida Yoga Studio Mass Shooting Leaves Two Dead, Five Injured
Florida Yoga Studio Mass Shooting Leaves Two Dead, Five Injured

Friday. Two other women were in "stable condition", while two more women and a man were treated and release from hospital. Erskin Wesson, 64, said he was eating dinner with his family at a restaurant below Hot Yoga when they heard the gunshots.

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  • Here are 4 of Trump’s worst racist comments, according to Michael Cohen
Here are 4 of Trump’s worst racist comments, according to Michael Cohen

Ever since the mainstream media began reporting on the alleged Russian Federation collusion, Cohen went from being the most loyal person to Trump to the most deceitful, cooperating 100% with authorities in the Robert Mueller investigation.

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  • USA mayor Taylor on leave from office killed in Afghanistan
USA mayor Taylor on leave from office killed in Afghanistan

Initial reports indicate the attacker was a member of the Afghan National Defense and Security Forces, U.S. Forces-Afghanistan said in a statement Saturday morning. "The entire Herbert family mourns with this soldier's family and we pray that their burdens may be lifted, and that the hearts of all Utahns will reach out to comfort them in their gr...

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  • Woman thought nightclub bouncer groped her so she choked him unconscious
Woman thought nightclub bouncer groped her so she choked him unconscious

Kierah Lagrave , 22, can be seen with her arm clenched around the man's neck, cutting off his oxygen supply so that he collapses to the ground. "The surveillance video clearly shows that Lagrave's friend slapped her on the buttocks" before the incident occurred, Plattsburgh Police Chief Levi Ritter told the Press-Republican.

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  • WaPo: Saudi Crown Prince Told Kushner & Bolton Khashoggi Was a Terrorist
WaPo: Saudi Crown Prince Told Kushner & Bolton Khashoggi Was a Terrorist

A top Turkish official, presidential adviser Yasin Aktay, said Friday he believes Khashoggi's body was dissolved in acid after being cut up. This image taken from CCTV video obtained by the Turkish newspaper Hurriyet and made available Oct.

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  • Nigeria Tweeted Trump Caravan Speech Apparently To Defend Shooting Protesters
Nigeria Tweeted Trump Caravan Speech Apparently To Defend Shooting Protesters

The army's official Twitter account posted a clip of his remarks to Twitter, along with the caption: " Please Watch and Make your Deductions ". Samantha Power, who served as ambassador to the United Nations under President Barack Obama, tweeted an image of the now-deleted Twitter post by the Nigerian military.

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  • Tigress who killed 13 finally shot dead after three-month search
Tigress who killed 13 finally shot dead after three-month search

In this case, there weren't too many arguments about whether or not Avni was responsible for the human killings but there were a lot about whether humans had any business being where they were. Gandhi also expressed concern over the well being of the two cubs left behind after the killing of their mother. Last night, from 6.45 pm onwards, the t...

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  • Denmark urges European Union action on Iran plot
Denmark urges European Union action on Iran plot

Borch Andersen emphasized that the arrest of the Norwegian citizen "does not mean that the threat [against the Iranian target in Denmark] has been minimized". Denmark on Tuesday announced it was recalling its ambassador to Iran after the Danish intelligence service PET accused the Iranian intelligence service of "planning an attack in Denmark" ag...

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  • Coalition strikes at rebel-held air base in Yemeni capital
Coalition strikes at rebel-held air base in Yemeni capital

The United Nations Children's Fund regional director says local Yemeni authorities are making it "impossible" for the delivery and distribution of much-needed humanitarian aid in Yemen and warned that impeding relief efforts could accelerate starvation conditions.

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  • Oprah Wore a Blake Lively-Approved Velvet Suit While Campaigning in Georgia
Oprah Wore a Blake Lively-Approved Velvet Suit While Campaigning in Georgia

Friday's ruling required Kemp to allow 3,000 of those people , whose voting registration was placed in "pending" status due to questions about their US citizenship, to vote in the November 6 USA midterm election if they present proof of citizenship at the polls.

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