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  • Parliament to debate Brexit before Article 50 triggered May says no vote

    On Tuesday evening the Government offered an amendment in the name of the PM to accept extra scrutiny as long as it "does not undermine the negotiating position of the Government". A vote is expected at the end of the debate though not certain, the parliamentary press office said. And a number of Conservative MPs are likely to participate in Wednesday's parliamentary debate on Brexit - also calling for more transparency from the government.

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  • John Oliver Responds to the Leaked Donald Trump Tape: "Fuck Billy Bush"

    The 46-year-old "Access Hollywood Live" host teared up on-air while discussing Bush, her former colleague, and his involvement in the leaked Donald Trump tape. On Sunday it was revealed that " Today " co-host Billy Bush had been suspended from the show for his part in the leaked recording of a lewd conversation with Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump .

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  • SUNY leader, adviser to NY Gov. Cuomo, resigns after charges

    SUNY leader, adviser to NY Gov. Cuomo, resigns after charges

    Alain Kaloyeros, the embattled and once powerful head of a state university high tech institution, has formally resigned his position, the Daily News has learned. Andrew Cuomo's signature $1 billion Buffalo Billion economic development program, resigned almost three weeks after federal and state prosecutors announced the charges.

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  • Rafael Nadal crashes out in Shanghai

    Rafael Nadal crashes out in Shanghai

    Meanwhile Canadian Vasek Pospisil earned a third-round meeting with World No. 1 Novak Djokovic after beating Grigor Dimitrov 7-5, 7-6 (7-2). "I was aggressive, I served well and I hit the ball nice", said Troicki. "Sometimes (to) keep competing is not the solution". "There is certainly something different when you're playing against or practicing with a top player, because the quality of the training is obviously very high", Djokovic said.

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  • Clinton on US advisers in Iraq

    The president said Turkey would continue to do "what is necessary". Ankara has maintained that it is there to train Sunni fighters opposed to the Islamic State as well as Kurdish peshmerga fighters. Turkey has said it was invited into Iraq to help secure an area that was taken over by Islamic State (IS) militants in 2014. "You should know that we will do what we want to do", he added.

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  • South Sudan's rebel leader heads to South Africa: Spokesman

    South Sudan's rebel leader heads to South Africa: Spokesman

    He added, however, that he is prioritizing a political solution for the crisis in South Sudan . His departure came just two months after he went to the Sudanese capital for medical attention. The former rebel leader of South Sudan Riek Machar left Khartoum Wednesday where he lives in exile since he fled Juba after heavy fighting in July, saying he was travelling to South Africa for "medical examinations".

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  • Facebook, Twitter block social media surveillance tool

    Facebook, Twitter block social media surveillance tool

    In Geofeedia's case, the surveillance tool was sold to police, which was then used to monitor citizens. The report comes amid growing concerns among consumers and regulators about how online data is being used and how closely tech companies are cooperating with the government on surveillance.

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  • Google goes all out to ensure Assistant tickles your amusing bone

    Google goes all out to ensure Assistant tickles your amusing bone

    Voice recognition is widely seen as one of tech's most promising innovations , and companies are always working to make their respective voice assistant technologies better. A little humour, it seems could go a long way. Things will only get more complicated from here: Apple is known to be preparing its own smart hub device to complement its built-in Siri voice control on devices such as the Apple TV, while Samsung's acquisition of AI virtual assistant Viv (built by the creators ...

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  • First Mercantile Trust Co buys $2312147 stake in Wells Fargo & Co

    First Mercantile Trust Co buys $2312147 stake in Wells Fargo & Co

    Wells Fargo & Co makes up approx 0.77% of Washington Trust Bank's portfolio. That is compared with the $1.05 in earnings per share it reported during the same period previous year. Several equities research analysts recently commented on the stock. Wells Fargo & Company got Downgrade on 4-Oct-16 where investment firm Raymond James Downgrade the stock from Mkt Perform to Underperform.

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  • Appeals court: Consumer watchdog structure unconstitutional

    Appeals court: Consumer watchdog structure unconstitutional

    Elizabeth Warren pushed after the financial crisis in 2008. In a separate part of the decision, the appeals court also chose to throw out the CFPB's $109 million order against PHH . In particular, to check independent agencies, Congress has traditionally required multi-member bodies at the helm of every independent agency. "At the same time, the decision puts the CFPB under the direct control of the administration to resolve the constitutional question", Hunt went on to say.

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  • Indiana residents have until Tuesday to register to vote

    Residents can check their registration status here . "I devoted my weekend to registering people", said Deputy Registrar Doris Black, as she checked the cards before turning them in. Find more information on voting in Arkansas here. The deadline to register to vote in New Jersey is Tuesday , Oct. 18. You can also register at any branch of the library and get registered online .

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  • Fiat-Chrysler and Unifor avert strike, reach tentative four-year deal

    Fiat-Chrysler and Unifor avert strike, reach tentative four-year deal

    By 8pm, the situation sounded more dire as Hammond told reporters talks had hit a major hurdle and the union was concerned about the direction negotiations were headed. The talks were "one very hard set of negotiations", he said. Cummins spokesman Jon Mills said Monday the two companies have a dispute regarding the financial responsibility for the recall, but "are working collaboratively to resolve an issue with a third party aftertreatment system purchased by (Fiat Chrysler) as quickly as ...

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  • Sheriff Joe Arpaio's hearing falls day before voting begins

    Arpaio has acknowledged violating the order to stop the immigration patrols but insists his disobedience wasn't intentional. Prosecutor John Keller said in court that the government will bring a misdemeanor contempt charge, with the next step being a court filing, possibly in the next day, that's akin to a criminal complaint.

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  • YouTube Video Could Have Cold Case Clues

    YouTube Video Could Have Cold Case Clues

    The video shows a man talking to the camera about his new girlfriend, then shows a female, apparently bound, in a small bathroom crying. Kayla was last seen on August 11, 2009, after a friend dropped her off at a home that she said was her boyfriend's house but turned out to be condemned.

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  • Missiles Fired From Yemen at US Destroyer in Red Sea

    Ian McConnaughey, a spokesman for US Navy Forces Central Command, said Monday it's unclear if the Mason was specifically targeted, though the missiles were fired in its direction. "We assess the missiles were launched from Houthi-controlled territory in Yemen ", Captain Davis said. The ship was in worldwide waters, the official said.

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  • Ankara Optimistic About Turkish Stream Pipeline Project Implementation - Erdogan

    Ankara Optimistic About Turkish Stream Pipeline Project Implementation - Erdogan

    Speaking at a joint news conference in Istanbul after signing an agreement on TurkStream with Russian President Vladimir Putin , Erdogan said time lost on the Akkuyu project would be made up. We look positively on the Turkish Stream, which is being developed by Russian Federation. Turkish Prime Minister Binali Yildirim explained to the Sputnik news agency the pipeline will ensure energy security for the region and will benefit Europeans.

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  • Singapore closes Falcon Private Bank for Malaysian Fund link

    Singapore closes Falcon Private Bank for Malaysian Fund link

    The authority said it was working with the Swiss Financial Market Supervisory Authority on the bank's closure. He was speaking after Singapore's central bank shut down Falcon's local branch and Switzerland's financial watchdog ordered it to turn over what it called illegal profits linked to scandal-hit Malaysian sovereign fund 1MDB.

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  • Speaker Paul Ryan all but concedes Hillary Clinton will win election

    Much has been made about the litany of ranking Republican leaders who have since withdrawn their endorsements from the GOP nominee, including Utah's Jason Chaffetz and Kelly Ayotte of New Hampshire. " Hillary Clinton attacked those same women and attacked them viciously". Trump said that he and Pence hadn't spoken about that, and he disagreed with his running mate.

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  • Turkish military says killed 417 Kurdish militants since August

    Turkish military says killed 417 Kurdish militants since August

    The governor of the province Cuneyit Orhan Toprak said the attackers had first opened fire on the soldiers at the checkpoint to distract them before driving a minivan and detonating it. Turkey was rocked by three deadly bombings against police and military forces as Kurdish guerrillas launched a new campaign of attacks targeting areas that are not predominantly Kurdish.

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  • Kaine Claims Ignorance on Clinton's 'Open Border' Quote

    They depict Mr. Trump describing in lewd language the sexually aggressive behavior he can engage in due to his celebrity status. Tim Kaine appeared on CNN earlier today, and refused to even discuss the issues raised by the Wikileaks release of excerpts of Hillary Clinton's paid speeches.

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  • Backpage CEO Arrested in Midst of Court Battles

    The senator's wife co-chairs the Arizona Human Trafficking Council and works nationally and internationally on efforts to stop sex trafficking. Authorities said they interviewed more than six victims who said they paid Backpage.com to post ads promoting prostitution.

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  • Voting Begins in California as Mail Ballots Go Out

    INDIANA (Fort Wayne's NBC) - If you want a say in the upcoming election, you have until Tuesday to register to vote in Indiana. Registration forms also require your signature. Voting machines in OH and West Virginia aren't hooked to the Internet to protect election results from outside computer hacking, according to top election officials in both states.

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  • Modi asks ministers to avoid giving remarks on 'surgical strike' claim

    Delhi Chief Minister and AAP convenor Arvind Kejriwal had earlier urged the central government to expose Pakistan internationally, while hailing the media for exposing its false propaganda on surgical strikes. It is the BJP which is doing politics. "Those leaders who say that if Pakistan is demanding evidence about the surgical strike they should be given the evidence, such people should take the citizenship of Pakistan", she said in Pune.

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  • Neither country can exit water treaty on its own: PM

    Neither country can exit water treaty on its own: PM

    The Treaty, was a water sharing agreement signed between Indian Prime Minister Jawaharlal Nehru and then President of Pakistan, Ayub Khan in September 1960 in Karachi. Pakistan will approach the United Nations and the International Court of Justice if India suspended the 58-year-old Indus Waters Treaty, the country's top diplomat Sartaj Aziz said on Tuesday, insisting the revocation of the treaty could be taken as an "act of war".

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  • Facebook launches new Events app, coming soon to Android

    Facebook launches new Events app, coming soon to Android

    Whether it's a party, a festival or a marathon run, Facebook has become a popular way for people to organise events. To keep up with its social networking agenda more efficiently, Facebook is introducing a new app called the Events, which is a standalone app that is designed for the people who are passionate about attending all the nearby events and seek new things and ways to keep up with their friends.

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  • Hurricane Nicole forms east of Hurricane Matthew

    A turn toward the north-northwest is expected later today. Visit MarketWatch.com for more information on this news. The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, researchers at Colorado State University and other weather organizations all predicted a "near-normal" 2016 Atlantic hurricane season.

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  • Kerry calls for Russia, Syria war crimes investigation

    Kerry calls for Russia, Syria war crimes investigation

    Russia's UN Ambassador Vitaly Churkin said the Security Council should instead rally around the proposal made by UN envoy Staffan de Mistura for an al Qaida-linked militant faction to leave Aleppo in exchange for a halt to Russian and Syrian government bombardment.

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  • Verizon to Handle Android Updates for its Google Pixels

    Google officially launched Google Pixel and the Pixel XL and made clear that fan favourite Nexus is coming to an end. Google Pixel and Pixel XL are created to go toe-to-toe with the most powerful smartphones available in the market, including the recently released iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus.

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  • Pakistan to mull over response to India today over Kashmir, Uri

    A promise to abate tensions did not necessarily mean drawing down troops from their current positions along the Line of Control, said Sushant Singh, a New Delhi-based defence analyst and a former lieutenant colonel in the Indian Army. Lt. Col. Manish Mehta, an Indian military spokesman, said Pakistani troops fired without provocation using small arms and mortar shells in the Poonch sector of the Line of Control separating the Indian- and Pakistani-controlled areas of Kashmir.

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  • Ethiopia declares state of emergency over protests

    The decision came after a daylong emergency meeting of the cabinet of PM Hailemariam. The Ethiopian constitution under article 93 provides the power for the Council of Ministers to decree a state of emergency in case of external invasion, a breakdown of law and order which endangers constitutional order, natural disaster or an epidemic occur, said the report.

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  • UKIP MEP Steven Woolfe discharged from hospital in Strasbourg

    He added that Woolfe's condition "was at one stage touch and go" but he was recovering in the hospital's neurological unit. The latest twist in the row at the heart of Ukip, which is threatening the split the party beyond fix, comes after Mr Woolfe said he had "reached out the hand of friendship" to his alleged attacker.

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  • Members of Gaza flotilla detained and issued deportation notices

    The Dutch-flagged boat, named Zaytouna-Olive, was carrying activists from different countries headed by Mairead Maguire , an Irish Nobel Peace Prize laureate. They also described the Gaza maritime blockade as lawful. Davidson arrived home this morning after being intercepted while on board Zaytouna-Olivia as part of a flotilla in worldwide waters off the coast Gaza, protesting Israel's decade-long blockade.

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  • WikiLeaks Releases Alleged Clinton Wall Street Speeches In Batch Of Campaign Emails

    WikiLeaks Releases Alleged Clinton Wall Street Speeches In Batch Of Campaign Emails

    While the Democratic candidate tries to paint herself as a firebrand progressive, these revealing insights indicate otherwise. Hillary Clinton is the most cynical, two-faced candidate ever to run for president. One of the 2,060 emails highlighted excerpts from 25 speeches on policy positions the campaign needed to "give an extra scrub" - on issues ranging from Wall Street to the Keystone XL pipeline and how political sausage gets made.

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  • Oil prices dip after reaching June highs following US crude stock draw

    Overall, however, analysts said the market was well supported at current levels, especially because of the proposed output cut announced last week by the Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries (OPEC). But the tentative agreement left speculators with a two-month window to play tug-of-war with oil prices. It is interesting to note that some OPEC members have already started making their own predictions on future production cuts.

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  • Police storm apartment and detain man over 'imminent' bomb attack in Germany

    Nobody was in the apartment when police SWAT teams blew down the door midday Saturday, but investigators found "several hundred grams" of a volatile explosive stashed in the flat. He was not previously known to police, who raided the flat after a tip-off from the domestic intelligence service. "We were preparing the raid when the suspect left the building", the police officer was quoted as saying by Spiegel .

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  • Arvind Kejriwal targets Lt Governor as Waqf Board dissolved, Manish Sisodia summoned

    Arvind Kejriwal targets Lt Governor as Waqf Board dissolved, Manish Sisodia summoned

    In response to a remark that a "LG vs CM" battle was on, Kejriwal responded in a tweet: "No". After the Delhi Court order in August this year that established primacy of LG, Jung has been quashing decisions taken by the Delhi government. "Will we take the money back from the farmers". There are around 17,000 guest teachers in Delhi who will benefit if both the decisions of the government are implemented.

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  • Cornyn Helps Lead Override Of Obama Veto

    Cornyn Helps Lead Override Of Obama Veto

    House Speaker Paul Ryan, R-Wisc., said Congress might have to fix the Justice Against Sponsors of Terrorism Act ( JASTA ) to protect US troops in particular. "I think what we've seen in the United States Congress is a pretty classic case of rapid onset buyer's remorse", Earnest said. Stephen Kinzer, a senior fellow at the Watson Institute for global and Public Affairs at Brown University, said the war in Yemen may have actually contributed to a more anti-Saudi stance among members of the ...

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