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  • Larry Nassar's First Accuser Demands We Do Better With Brett Kavanaugh Allegation

    Larry Nassar's First Accuser Demands We Do Better With Brett Kavanaugh AllegationRachael Denhollander knows just how terrifying it is to publicly accuse a


  • George W. Bush: Standing up for tolerance after 9/11

    George W. Bush: Standing up for tolerance after 9/11Peter Baker, author of “Days of Fire: Bush and Cheney in the White House" spoke to Yahoo News about the younger Bush’s defining moment of presidential leadership: standing up to anti-Muslim hatred and discrimination after the attacks on Sept. 11. 2001.


  • Florence Flooding Breaches Makeshift Levee Reinforcement In North Carolina

    Florence Flooding Breaches Makeshift Levee Reinforcement In North CarolinaLUMBERTON, North Carolina -- In the days before Hurricane Florence struck,


  • Roads shut after 2 fall ill in UK city where ex-spy poisoned

    Roads shut after 2 fall ill in UK city where ex-spy poisonedLONDON (AP) — Police closed roads and called a hazardous response team Sunday night after two people became ill at a restaurant in the English city where a Russian ex-spy and his daughter were poisoned with a chemical nerve agent.


  • Elon Musk Sued By Thai Cave Rescuer He Called A 'Child Rapist'

    Elon Musk Sued By Thai Cave Rescuer He Called A 'Child Rapist'The British cave diver who helped save a trapped Thai soccer team has sued


  • Five baby squirrels rescued after being found tied together by their tails

    Five baby squirrels rescued after being found tied together by their tailsFive infant squirrels have been rescued after being found tied together by their tails. The entanglement is thought to have happened by chance with the giant knot forming as the young greys moved about their nest and each other. Grass, twigs and bits of plastic had also become interwoven into the entanglement.


  • Iran vows to protect civilians in Syria's Idlib province

    Iran vows to protect civilians in Syria's Idlib provinceIran said Monday it is committed to protecting civilians if its Syrian regime ally launches a full-scale offensive on the country's last rebel stronghold of Idlib province. "The humanitarian issue is of significant importance to us," foreign ministry spokesman Bahram Ghasemi told journalists in Tehran. Tehran is a key backer of Syrian President Bashar al-Assad in the country's seven-year conflict, and has said it is ready to support an assault by regime forces on the rebel-held province.


  • Turkey's Erdogan defends gift of luxury plane from Emir of Qatar

    Turkey's Erdogan defends gift of luxury plane from Emir of QatarPresident Tayyip Erdogan has defended his decision to accept a luxury plane from Qatar at a time of economic hardship, saying it was a gift, not a purchase, and that it had been donated to the Turkish state, not to him personally. State broadcaster TRT Haber said last week the Emir of Qatar Sheikh Tamim bin Hamad al-Thani had given Erdogan the aircraft, which Turkish media said was a Boeing 747, sparking criticism from Turkey's opposition. A lawmaker from the main opposition Republican People's Party (CHP), Sezgin Tanrikulu, had expressed concern that the aircraft had been bought rather than donated, noting that Turkey was in an economic crisis, the Hurriyet newspaper reported.


  • Frantic dig for Philippine victims of typhoon landslide

    Frantic dig for Philippine victims of typhoon landslidePhilippine rescuers used shovels and bare hands to claw through mounds of rocky soil on Monday in a desperate search for dozens feared buried under a landslide unleashed by Typhoon Mangkhut. Searchers have already pulled 11 bodies from the vast debris field in Itogon in the disaster-prone nation's north.


  • Photographer travels the globe to capture the world's most beautiful libraries

    Photographer travels the globe to capture the world's most beautiful librariesThis photographer has an incredible body of work after traveling the globe in to capture images of some of the world’s most beautiful of libraries. The photographer, from Florence, Italy, said that everything about these grand venues attracts him — from the simple smell of dust, leather and wood, to the pleasure of opening an aged book.


  • Sen. Ted Cruz Calls Rival Beto O'Rourke 'Quick' To Blame Dallas Cop Who Killed Botham Jean

    Sen. Ted Cruz Calls Rival Beto O'Rourke 'Quick' To Blame Dallas Cop Who Killed Botham JeanRep. Beto O'Rourke (D-Texas) and Sen. Ted Cruz (R-Texas), who are facing off


  • Alligator Casually Strolls Through Myrtle Beach-Area Neighborhood During Florence

    Alligator Casually Strolls Through Myrtle Beach-Area Neighborhood During FlorenceGators have to weather these storms too.


  • US and Russia clash over enforcing UN sanctions on NKorea

    US and Russia clash over enforcing UN sanctions on NKoreaUNITED NATIONS (AP) — The United States and Russia clashed Monday over enforcing U.N. sanctions against North Korea, with the U.S. ambassador accusing Moscow of "cheating" and Russia's envoy accusing Washington of "political ill-intent."


  • Japanese Billionaire Will Fly To The Moon With SpaceX, Elon Musk Says

    Japanese Billionaire Will Fly To The Moon With SpaceX, Elon Musk SaysSpaceX, Elon Musk's ambitious rocket endeavor, said Monday it had signed a


  • Protests as Steve Bannon defends Europe’s far right at New York appearance

    Protests as Steve Bannon defends Europe’s far right at New York appearanceProtesters gathered to voice their opposition to Steve Bannon as he used an appearance in New York to praise Hungary’s nationalist prime minister Viktor Orban and Italy’s deputy prime minister Matteo Salvini. Speaking at a live debate at the Open Future festival organised by The Economist in New York, the former White House chief strategist applauded the leaders for trying to safeguard the “sovereignty” of their nations. “These individuals, these populist national movements across Europe, are trying to get the sovereignties of their countries back,” Donald Trump’s former aide said.


  • Rare triple whale breach close to boat stuns onlookers

    Rare triple whale breach close to boat stuns onlookersWhale watchers squeal with delight as three surfacing humpbacks leap out of the water almost simultaneously in rare triple breach right next to their boat.


  • Hong Kong, southern China clean up after super typhoon

    Hong Kong, southern China clean up after super typhoonThe financial hub of Hong Kong began clearing up on Monday after being battered by one of the strongest typhoons in recent years, with financial markets and offices operating as normal. Super typhoon Mangkhut, with hurricane-force winds well over 200 kilometers per hour (124 miles/h), had barreled past the northern tip of the Philippines, killing at least 50 people. It then skirted south of Hong Kong and the neighboring gambling hub of Macau, before making landfall in China.


  • Erdogan says luxury jumbo is 'gift' from Qatar emir

    Erdogan says luxury jumbo is 'gift' from Qatar emirPresident Recep Tayyip Erdogan said the emir of Qatar gave a luxury jumbo jet as a "gift" to Turkey, rejecting opposition claims the plane had been bought in a costly purchase for the presidency. In comments published Monday, Erdogan said Turkey had shown interest in buying the on-sale Boeing 747-8 plane -- reportedly worth around $400 million -- but Emir Sheikh Tamim bin Hamad Al-Thani insisted on offering the plane as a gift. When the Qatar emir was informed of this he gave it as a gift, saying 'I won't take money from Turkey.


  • Rivers Rise, Rescues Continue As Florence Rain Pounds North Carolina

    Rivers Rise, Rescues Continue As Florence Rain Pounds North CarolinaLUMBERTON, N.C. -- The roar of a fan boat echoed through a flooded


  • Mormon fighting to end youth interviews ousted from faith

    Mormon fighting to end youth interviews ousted from faithSALT LAKE CITY (AP) — A Mormon man who led a campaign criticizing the church's practice of allowing closed-door, one-on-one interviews of youth by lay leaders that sometimes included sexual questions has been kicked out of the faith following a disciplinary hearing.


  • Time Magazine To Be Sold To Billionaire Couple For $190 Million

    Time Magazine To Be Sold To Billionaire Couple For $190 MillionBillionaire Marc Benioff and his wife, Lynne, are buying Time magazine from


  • Democrats Welcome Chris Collins’ Decision To Stay On Ballot

    Democrats Welcome Chris Collins’ Decision To Stay On BallotRep. Chris Collins (R-N.Y.) plans to seek re-election despite being indicted


  • Blowing In With Hurricane Florence: The Rugged Anchor In A Polo Shirt

    Blowing In With Hurricane Florence: The Rugged Anchor In A Polo ShirtThe only thing in the Carolinas having a good week is the polo shirt. As


  • Donald Trump has 'insecurity of a teenage girl' says John Kerry in attack on president

    Donald Trump has 'insecurity of a teenage girl' says John Kerry in attack on presidentJohn Kerry, the former US secretary of state, has torn into Donald Trump in response to the president accusing him of holding “illegal” meetings with Iran. The former Massachusetts senator used decidedly undiplomatic language, saying Mr Trump had “the maturity of an eight-year-old boy with the insecurity of a teenage girl. The attack came after Mr Trump tweeted that talks Mr Kerry held with Iran officials after leaving office were “to the detriment of the American people".


  • The 67 Most Delish Fall Soups

    The 67 Most Delish Fall Soups


  • Baby-aspirin risks overwhelm benefits in healthy elderly

    Baby-aspirin risks overwhelm benefits in healthy elderlyThe trial has "provided convincing evidence that aspirin is ineffective in preserving good health in elderly people without a medical (reason) to be using it," chief author Dr. John J. McNeil of Monash University in Melbourne told Reuters Health in an email. The results - which show that risks of major bleeding in low-dose aspirin users overwhelm any heart benefits - were reported online in the New England Journal of Medicine and presented Sunday at the European Respiratory Society International Congress in Paris. For people trying to prevent a second heart attack or stroke, evidence in support of baby aspirin therapy remains strong.


  • Ethiopia, Eritrea seek to bolster truce at Saudi summit

    Ethiopia, Eritrea seek to bolster truce at Saudi summitEthiopia and Eritrea signed an agreement Sunday at a summit in Saudi Arabia, bolstering a historic peace accord between the two former Horn of Africa enemies, officials said. Authorities did not reveal exact details of the new deal signed in Jeddah, but sources close to the Saudi government said it would help strengthen the truce and enhance security in the wider region. Saudi King Salman hosted the signing ceremony which was also attended by his son, Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman, and UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres.


  • The Latest: Typhoon death toll now 69 in Philippines, China

    The Latest: Typhoon death toll now 69 in Philippines, ChinaHONG KONG (AP) — The Latest on Typhoon Mangkhut (all times local):


  • Volvo asks US government for tariff exemption for China-built XC60 crossover SUV

    Volvo asks US government for tariff exemption for China-built XC60 crossover SUVVolvo is the latest automaker to ask the U.S. government for an exemption from steep tariffs on Chinese-made SUVs, Reuters reported Friday. Buick asked trade officials in July for an exemption from a 25-percent tariff on its China-made Envision SUV earlier this year, although Volvo's interest in seeking relief from the measure is far greater. In August, the XC60 accounted for more than 31 percent of overall sales for Volvo, according to the automaker. Since May, the U.S. has imported most of its Volvo XC60 models from China, although the automaker originally imported them from its factory in Sweden when the car was launched. Unlike Buick, which petitioned for an exemption for 40,000 of its China-built Envision crossover, Volvo is seeking an unlimited exemption for XC60 crossovers built in China, according to Reuters.  Earlier this year, Volvo opened its first North American production facility near Charleston, S.C., where it builds the S60 sedan and eventually the XC90 full-size crossover. DON'T MISS: Global trade war prompts Volvo to put brakes on its IPO In its letter to the U.S. Trade Representative, Volvo said it could eventually build the XC60 crossover in America, but said that a proposed 25-percent tariff would be unfairly passed to consumers. When Volvo opened its North American plant in June, CEO Hakan Samuelsson said that steep tariffs could threaten jobs at that plant and that eliminating global trade restrictions was the "right way" for the auto industry. “We will export as many cars from this factory as we will import in the U.S...That is a good example of how trade with cars should work in an open and free economy,” he said in June.  


  • Julie Chen Leaving ‘The Talk’ After Allegations Push Husband Les Moonves Out At CBS

    Julie Chen Leaving ‘The Talk’ After Allegations Push Husband Les Moonves Out At CBSJulie Chen, the wife of former CBS Chairman and CEO Les Moonves, will step


  • How To Help People Affected By Hurricane Florence

    How To Help People Affected By Hurricane FlorenceThe tropical storm known as Florence has unleashed torrents of rain on the


  • Student engaged to be married killed by shark in Cape Cod

    Student engaged to be married killed by shark in Cape CodArthur Medici, of Revere, Massachusetts, was bitten by a shark Saturday while boogie boarding off Newcomb Hollow Beach in Wellfleet.


  • Hillary Clinton Slams Trump Admin's 'Despicable' Acts: 'Our Democracy Is In Crisis'

    Hillary Clinton Slams Trump Admin's 'Despicable' Acts: 'Our Democracy Is In Crisis'Hillary Clinton said President Trump had done “so many despicable things that it can be hard to keep track.”


  • Kings Plaza fire: At least 21 injured as firefighters tackle blaze at Brooklyn shopping centre parking lot

    Kings Plaza fire: At least 21 injured as firefighters tackle blaze at Brooklyn shopping centre parking lotFirefighters are tackling a massive fire that spread through a parking garage in Brooklyn, New York. The fire began before 9:00 a.m. local time near the Kings Plaza shopping centre in Brooklyn, erupting from a two-alarm to a seven-alarm emergency within an hour. Police and fire department officials did not respond to enquiries, and it was not immediately clear whether police suspected criminal intent or wrongdoing.


  • Israel's Netanyahu to speak to Russia's Putin: Israeli diplomatic source

    Israel's Netanyahu to speak to Russia's Putin: Israeli diplomatic sourceIsraeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu was expected to speak with Russian President Vladimir Putin, an Israeli diplomatic source said on Tuesday, following the downing of a Russian plane over Syria.


  • Saudi Arabia invests $1bn in Tesla competitor Lucid

    Saudi Arabia invests $1bn in Tesla competitor LucidSaudi Arabia on Monday announced it has signed off on a $1 billion investment in US carmaker Lucid Motors with the aim of helping the Tesla rival roll out electric cars. The Public Investment Fund, which invests on behalf of the Saudi government, said the outlay was aimed at funding the commercial launch of the Lucid Air model in 2020, pending regulatory approvals and closing conditions. Saudi Arabia, the world's largest exporter of oil and a crucial US ally in the Middle East, has pushed to diversify its economy since the 2014 crude market crash.


  • Last stand: Syria's rebel Idlib prepares for a losing battle

    Last stand: Syria's rebel Idlib prepares for a losing battleBEIRUT (AP) — They dug trenches around towns, reinforced caves for cover and put up sand bags around their positions. They issued calls to arms, urging young men to join in the defense of Idlib, the Syrian province where opposition fighters expect to make their last stand against Russian- and Iranian-backed government troops they have fought for years.


  • Why Meghan Markle Is Throwing Her Support Behind a Charity Cookbook

    Why Meghan Markle Is Throwing Her Support Behind a Charity CookbookTitled "Together Our Community Cookbook," it gathers 50 recipes from around the world.


  • 5 Red Flags to Avoid When Buying Secondhand Items

    5 Red Flags to Avoid When Buying Secondhand ItemsCraigslist. Freecycle. Facebook Marketplace. Goodwill. Your local consignment shop. Yard sales. All of these are wonderful places to pick up used items at a low price, which can really help out your bottom line.


  • Rains from Florence cause collapse at NC coal ash landfill

    Rains from Florence cause collapse at NC coal ash landfillDuke Energy said Saturday night that heavy rains from Florence caused a slope to collapse at a coal-ash landfill at a closed power station near the North Carolina coast.


  • Roseanne Barr Believes She Knows How She’ll Be Killed Off On ‘The Conners’

    Roseanne Barr Believes She Knows How She’ll Be Killed Off On ‘The Conners’Roseanne Barr said she believes the creators of "The Conners" will kill off


  • Trump Defends Brett Kavanaugh Amid Attempted Sexual Assault Allegation

    Trump Defends Brett Kavanaugh Amid Attempted Sexual Assault AllegationPresident Donald Trump on Monday defended his Supreme Court nominee Brett


  • 14th Suspect Arrested in Murder of NYC Teen at Bodega

    14th Suspect Arrested in Murder of NYC Teen at BodegaPolice have made another arrest in the brutal, machete slaying of a New York City teen, officials said.


  • Tesla's Musk is sued for calling Thai cave rescuer paedophile

    Tesla's Musk is sued for calling Thai cave rescuer paedophileVernon Unsworth, who lives north of London, sued over Musk's July 15 tweet to more than 22 million followers referring to him as a "pedo guy," a comment for which Musk later apologised. Tesla did not immediately respond to requests for comment from Musk and the company. Unsworth is seeking at least $75,000 of compensatory damages plus unspecified punitive damages in his complaint filed in the U.S. District Court in Los Angeles.


  • A Palestinian Has Fatally Stabbed an American-Israeli Activist in the West Bank

    A Palestinian Has Fatally Stabbed an American-Israeli Activist in the West BankThe victim was identified as Ari Fuld, an outspoken Israel advocate on social media platforms


  • 20 Spring-Inspired Cakes and Cupcakes

    20 Spring-Inspired Cakes and Cupcakes


  • General Mills earns, home construction, leading indicators

    General Mills earns, home construction, leading indicatorsA look at some of the key business events and economic indicators upcoming this week:


  • Audi's first all-electric SUV, the e-tron, revealed

    Audi's first all-electric SUV, the e-tron, revealedAfter being teased since 2016, Audi finally revealed its new and completely electric SUV, the e-tron, in San Francisco on Monday. Volkswagen also announced Monday that the group intends to make 10 million electric vehicles in the first wave by investing $7 billion in EV production, and this Audi e-tron is just the first of the wave -- the Brussels plant is already producing 200 of these per day.


  • Hurricane Florence cuts off road access to N. Carolina city

    Hurricane Florence cuts off road access to N. Carolina cityWILMINGTON, N.C. (AP) — Damage from Hurricane Florence left a North Carolina city popular with tourists cut off Sunday from road access, leaving authorities planning how to get food and water there by air and water.


  • Barn-find Porsche 901 makes post-restoration debut

    Barn-find Porsche 901 makes post-restoration debutAn early production run Porsche 901 spent decades rotting away in a barn. After three years of restoration, it's driving again, competing in the Hamburg-Berlin Classic rally