India's aviation boom runs into turbulence

India's aviation boom runs into turbulence

By BBC News

The shutdown of Jet Airways is further proof of the "profitless growth" of India's airline industry.

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Attorney General Barr to release redacted Mueller report

Attorney General Barr to release redacted Mueller report

By CNN

The Mueller report is coming: Attorney General William Barr is expected Thursday to release a redacted version of Robert Mueller's report detailing the findings of the special counsel investigation.

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North Korea: If US wants to talk, put someone 'more mature' than Pompeo in charge

North Korea: If US wants to talk, put someone 'more mature' than Pompeo in charge

By CNN

North Korea's Foreign Ministry has issued a stinging rebuke of United States Secretary of State Mike Pompeo, hours after the country claimed to have tested a new tactical weapon.

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Facebook swiped 1.5m users' email contacts

Facebook swiped 1.5m users' email contacts

By BBC News

The social network was grabbing email contacts of some new uses for almost three years, it says.

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NZ official hid camera in embassy toilet

NZ official hid camera in embassy toilet

By BBC News

Ex-New Zealand military attaché Alfred Keating secretly placed the device in the country's US embassy.

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Amazon plans to shut online store in China

Amazon plans to shut online store in China

By BBC News

The partial retreat from China comes as the US tech giant battles tough competition from local rivals.

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Man caught with petrol in NYC cathedral

Man caught with petrol in NYC cathedral

By BBC News

Police arrest a man carrying petrol and lighters who entered St Patrick's Cathedral in New York.

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Diver Who Helped Thai Cave Rescues Is Himself Rescued in Tennessee

Diver Who Helped Thai Cave Rescues Is Himself Rescued in Tennessee

By Google News

Josh Bratchley, a member of the diving team that freed 12 Thai boys from a cave in July, was stranded for more than a day.

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CNN reporter on Trump's claim: Things are not excellent - CNN Video

CNN reporter on Trump's claim: Things are not excellent - CNN Video

By CNN

President Donald Trump tweeted that his relationship with North Korean dictator Kim John Un is "excellent." CNN's Will Ripley explains why it is not.

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Barnes & Noble is offering free download of the Mueller report

Barnes & Noble is offering free download of the Mueller report

By CNN

Robert Mueller's full report has yet to be released, but you can already order it online.

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Toobin: Watching Fox News turned Barr into Trump fan - CNN Video

Toobin: Watching Fox News turned Barr into Trump fan - CNN Video

By CNN

The New York Times' Maggie Haberman and CNN's Jeffrey Toobin discuss Attorney General William Barr's actions ahead of the release of Robert Mueller's report to the public.

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Don Lemon: 'Truth' a very hard word for the White House - CNN Video

Don Lemon: 'Truth' a very hard word for the White House - CNN Video

By CNN

CNN's Don Lemon criticizes Attorney General William Barr for not releasing Robert Mueller's redacted report to Congress or reporters until after his scheduled press conference on the subject.

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Chicago area drops population for fourth straight year, census data show; Cook, DuPage and Lake counties also decline

Chicago area drops population for fourth straight year, census data show; Cook, DuPage and Lake counties also decline

By Google News

New census data show the greater Chicago area has lost population for the fourth consecutive year, continuing a statewide trend of decline that could threaten future federal funding, economic prosperity and political representation for those left behind.

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A Man Carrying Two Gas Cans And Lighters Was Arrested At NYC's St. Patrick's Cathedral

A Man Carrying Two Gas Cans And Lighters Was Arrested At NYC's St. Patrick's Cathedral

By Buzzfeed

A security officer confronted the man carrying two gas canisters, two bottles of lighter fluid, and two lighters, and notified police.

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Man caught with 2 gas cans entering St. Patrick's Cathedral in NYC, police say

Man caught with 2 gas cans entering St. Patrick's Cathedral in NYC, police say

By Google News

A man was taken into custody in New York after entering St. Patrick’s Cathedral carrying two canisters of gasoline, two bottles of lighter fluid and two butane lighters, authorities said.

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12 Tweets And 15 Tumblr Posts Only 2000s Disney Channel Kids Will Laugh At

12 Tweets And 15 Tumblr Posts Only 2000s Disney Channel Kids Will Laugh At

By Buzzfeed

"'It's not a phase, mom,' I yell as I start to play 'Burnin’ Up' by the Jonas Brothers."

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North Korea claims test of 'new weapon'

North Korea claims test of 'new weapon'

By BBC News

The announcement is the first public weapons test since US-North Korean talks collapsed.

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2020 Democrats Seek Voters in an Unusual Spot: Fox News

2020 Democrats Seek Voters in an Unusual Spot: Fox News

By Google News

A network known for conservative commentary and staunch loyalty to the president is drawing Democratic candidates eager for a big platform with access to Trump voters.

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Ivanka Trump's White House blank check

Ivanka Trump's White House blank check

By CNN

Ivanka Trump is the eldest daughter of Donald Trump. And a senior adviser in his White House. And, according to her, she could have been the head of the World Bank, too.

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North Korea Tests New Weapon, State News Agency Says

North Korea Tests New Weapon, State News Agency Says

By The New York Times

North Korea had declared a moratorium on missile tests after the launch of an intercontinental ballistic missile in November 2017.

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New York Times: DOJ discussed Mueller report with White House ahead of release

New York Times: DOJ discussed Mueller report with White House ahead of release

By CNN

Officials from the Justice Department have spoken repeatedly with the White House about special counsel Robert Mueller's findings, The New York Times reported Wednesday.

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U.S. Aid Agency Is Preparing To Lay Off Most Local Staff For Palestinian Projects

U.S. Aid Agency Is Preparing To Lay Off Most Local Staff For Palestinian Projects

By Google News

Under Trump administration orders, the U.S. Agency for International Development is readying to lay off most staff on Palestinian projects, according to U.S. government communications reviewed by NPR.

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White House and Justice Dept. Officials Discussed Mueller Report Before Release

White House and Justice Dept. Officials Discussed Mueller Report Before Release

By The New York Times

Some of President Trump’s advisers are concerned about whether he will retaliate against them if the report reveals them as sources of damaging details.

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The Mueller report is here - what next?

The Mueller report is here - what next?

By BBC News

The attorney general may have lessened the hype, but more could come from the special counsel's full report.

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Notre Dame fundraisers inspire donations to black churches burned in Louisiana

Notre Dame fundraisers inspire donations to black churches burned in Louisiana

By Google News

Before Tuesday, the Louisiana churches had received less than $100,000 in donations.

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Judith Clark, Getaway Driver in Deadly Brink’s Heist in 1981, Granted Parole

Judith Clark, Getaway Driver in Deadly Brink’s Heist in 1981, Granted Parole

By The New York Times

Ms. Clark, 69, had evolved during her long incarceration from a left-wing extremist to a model prisoner known for good works.

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As Rich Lavish Cash on Notre-Dame, Les Misérables Ask, ‘What About Us?’

As Rich Lavish Cash on Notre-Dame, Les Misérables Ask, ‘What About Us?’

By The New York Times

The spectacle of billionaires trying to one-up each other quickly intensified resentments over inequality that have animated the Yellow Vest movement.

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Commentary: If Congress wants the unredacted Mueller report, here’s how to get it

Commentary: If Congress wants the unredacted Mueller report, here’s how to get it

By Google News

The Justice Department has announced that it will deliver special counsel Robert Mueller's report to Congress and the public on Thursday morning, but with redactions of grand jury information (and other categories of information) that will leave innumerable g…

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Ivanka Trump 'declined World Bank job'

Ivanka Trump 'declined World Bank job'

By BBC News

She says her father suggested the role to her, but she told him she was happy in her work.

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AG Barr has power to overrule immigration judges' mistakes: John Yoo

AG Barr has power to overrule immigration judges' mistakes: John Yoo

By Google News

John Yoo, the former deputy assistant attorney general to the DOJ's Office of Legal Counsel, says Attorney General William Barr has the right to overrule immigration judges.

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Is Prison Necessary? Ruth Wilson Gilmore Might Change Your Mind

Is Prison Necessary? Ruth Wilson Gilmore Might Change Your Mind

By The New York Times

In three decades of advocating for prison abolition, the activist and scholar has helped transform how people think about criminal justice.

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How a Chicago Woman Fell Victim to Candida Auris, a Drug-Resistant Fungus

How a Chicago Woman Fell Victim to Candida Auris, a Drug-Resistant Fungus

By The New York Times

The mysterious infection has appeared at hospitals around the world but few institutions or families have discussed their experience.

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Five numbers that explain US border crisis

Five numbers that explain US border crisis

By BBC News

As the US moves to expand indefinite detention for asylum seekers, here's what you need to know.

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Suspect in US school threats 'found dead'

Suspect in US school threats 'found dead'

By BBC News

Schools in Denver shut as police sought the woman, who was allegedly obsessed with a school shooting.

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Hundreds of Denver Schools Are Closed as F.B.I. Seeks Woman ‘Infatuated’ With Columbine

Hundreds of Denver Schools Are Closed as F.B.I. Seeks Woman ‘Infatuated’ With Columbine

By The New York Times

The decision to keep about half a million students home in two dozen school districts over a vast swath of Colorado showed the sense of alarm among the authorities.

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Chris Christie dishes on Trump's 'boldest move'

Chris Christie dishes on Trump's 'boldest move'

By Google News

Former New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie said President Trump deserves credit for breaking the mold of U.S. foreign policy and trying to personally persuade North Korean leader Kim Jong Un to dismantle the Hermit Kingdom’s nuclear weapons program because it coul…

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Indonesia’s president wins a second term

Indonesia’s president wins a second term

By The Economist

Early estimates suggest that the president will keep his job. But the margin of victory looks smaller than expected

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Apple and Qualcomm settle a feud over patents

Apple and Qualcomm settle a feud over patents

By The Economist

The agreement ends perhaps the most epic intellectual-property battle ever between technology titans

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The control-F search you should do on the Mueller report

The control-F search you should do on the Mueller report

By CNN

Elie Honig writes that the best way to skim the Mueller report, once it's released on Thursday, is to search for five key words: collusion, dirt, junior, McGahn and defer.

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Cathedrals are neglected in much of Europe

Cathedrals are neglected in much of Europe

By The Economist

Ancient churches are the greatest glory of Europe’s cities, and a headache for those trying to look after them

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