• Did NBC Sit on Trump Hot Mic Footage — BIAS ALERT
Did NBC Sit on Trump Hot Mic Footage — BIAS ALERT

The source noted that it "is not clear if Billy remembered the exact level of vulgarity in the conversation with Trump", or if he just didn't declare the tape to protect himself. Angering women viewers of a show as important to NBC's bottom line as Today is no small matter. He lied to Matt Lauer . When Bush later tried to defend Lochte on ...

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  • Germany: Syrian bomb suspect had security check last year
Germany: Syrian bomb suspect had security check last year

Andre Hahn, a prominent lawmaker with the opposition Left Party, told Bayerischer Rundfunk radio that the men who captured Albakr should be granted asylum as soon as possible in recognition of their courage. "I was furious with him, I couldn't accept something like this - especially here in Germany, the country that opened its doors to us". "The Ge...

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  • Hurricane Nicole is headed to Bermuda as Category 2 storm
Hurricane Nicole is headed to Bermuda as Category 2 storm

As of 2 p.m. ET Tuesday, the center of the hurricane was located about 355 miles south-southwest of Bermuda. Forecasters expected Nicole to turn more to the north and speed up even more, then turn to the north-northeast by Thursday. A northwest to north-northwest motion is expected today. Meanwhile. "Nicole" continues over the Central Atlan...

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  • 'Chinese President's Bangladesh visit will boost ties'
'Chinese President's Bangladesh visit will boost ties'

In June this year, Modi had urged Xi to consider India's NSG case favourably, but China rebuffed India's request at the NSG plenary in Seoul. Comprising of Brazil, Russia , India and South African, it shows that the emerging economies desire a larger share in global governance in terms of greater voice representation, leadership positions with t...

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  • Erdogan says Turkey will not take orders from Iraq
Erdogan says Turkey will not take orders from Iraq

The Turkish leader said Abadi himself had asked for the formation of a military base in Bashiqa , located some 12 kilometers (7.5 miles) northeast of the Daesh-held city of Mosul. Ankara has maintained that it is there to train Sunni fighters opposed to the Islamic State as well as Kurdish peshmerga fighters. U.S. State Department spokesman John...

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

Russian Federation on Tuesday (11 October) said that it would not be in favour of imposing arms embargo on South Sudan despite UN Chief Ban Ki-moon criticising President Salva Kiir's government in failing to cooperate with the UN peacekeeping mission.

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  • Turkey's president tells Iraqi leader to 'know his place'
Turkey's president tells Iraqi leader to 'know his place'

The Turkish leader challenged Iraqi Prime Minister Haidar al-Abadi, during his speech at the 9th Islamic Council of Eurasia, held in Istanbul, assuring him that he "knows his limits" and reminding him that the presence of the Turkish military in Bashiqa is due to a demand made by the Baghdad government itself.

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  • Crash survivor told police it was intentional
Crash survivor told police it was intentional

LaFountain said she couldn't believe it when a friend told her a plane had crashed onto the street. The New York Times , citing unnamed federal officials, reported on Tuesday night that investigators were looking into whether the pilot deliberately crashed the plane.

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  • Russian Foreign Minister: 'There Are So Many Pussies' Around U.S. Election
Russian Foreign Minister: 'There Are So Many Pussies' Around U.S. Election

Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov has dismissed claims that his country is interfering in the U.S. presidential election as "ridiculous". But Lavrov insisted that there is not a " single fact, a single proof " to back Washington's accusations.

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  • 17M-plus tweets sent about the debate, most ever
17M-plus tweets sent about the debate, most ever

Speaking about the fallout on MSNBC's "All In With Chris Hayes" on Friday, conservative talk-radio host Charlie Sykes said, "I don't know how any politician stands next to him and justifies in any way saying , 'Okay, yes". The reporter Aaron Klein asked them whether they agreed with Hillary Clinton's suggestion that her husband be labeled the "Fir...

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  • Gaza-bound boat docks at Israeli port after interception
Gaza-bound boat docks at Israeli port after interception

The Green Party is calling on Israel to swiftly release Green MP Marama Davidson and other members of the Women's Peace Flotilla who have been intercepted in worldwide waters off the coast of Gaza. Israel Navy officers late Wednesday boarded and took control of the Zeitouna , a "flotilla" ship whose crew declared its intentions to break Israel's s...

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  • Samsung tips 6 percent gain in 3Q profit after recall
Samsung tips 6 percent gain in 3Q profit after recall

All of this has to be making owners of the Galaxy Note 7 nervous. According to The Verge , Southwest Airlines flight 994 from Louisville to Baltimore was evacuated on Wednesday during the boarding process after a smoked Note 7 was spotted.

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  • Vinatieri, Colts leg out 29-23 victory over Bears
Vinatieri, Colts leg out 29-23 victory over Bears

Indianapolis' 2015 campaign went off the rails when it became clear the team could not protect quarterback Andrew Luck , who eventually went down with a lacerated kidney, and it looks like little has changed as the former Pro-Bowler is on pace to be sacked 60 times this year.

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  • Angry anti-Saudi protest in Sanaa after funeral carnage
Angry anti-Saudi protest in Sanaa after funeral carnage

The US government, which has become increasingly vocal about civilian casualties in the war, this weekend announced a review of its support to a Saudi Arabia-led coalition battling the Houthis after a strike on mourners in the capital Sanaa that killed up to 140 people.

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  • Protests hamper South African university's effort to reopen
Protests hamper South African university's effort to reopen

While the government also said it will cover 2017 fee increases for poor students despite funding challenges, protesters argue that the country must address economic inequities in the education system that date from the country's former system of racial separation known as apartheid.

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  • Kaine struggles to answer question about hacked emails
Kaine struggles to answer question about hacked emails

But the story isn't going away-especially if Clinton becomes president. Friday's statement from the USA government on hacking, which according to one senior official is based on forensic analysis, marks the first explicit public accusation from Washington.

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  • Aerial Footage Shows Scale Of Destruction In Aleppo
Aerial Footage Shows Scale Of Destruction In Aleppo

MPs claimed Russian Federation is responsible for committing war crimes in Syria after a United Nations aid convoy was bombed, as well a hospital in recent weeks. "Can we not call Russia's actions a war crime", said Bradshaw, a prominent opponent of Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn. Sayyed Hassan Nasrallah, whose group is fighting in Syria alongside g...

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  • Central Florida girl to return home after being found safe in Tennessee
Central Florida girl to return home after being found safe in Tennessee

Authorities say Hogs, who had his name legally changed from Matthew Clark Pybus, is a longtime friend of Rebecca's family. Hogs does not have any known criminal history but Sheriff Judd said he had been diagnosed with bipolar disorder and depression.

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  • Seoul summons Chinese envoy over sinking of coast guard ship
Seoul summons Chinese envoy over sinking of coast guard ship

Former's coastguard warns of more aggressive firearms policy towards illegal fishing boats in its watersSEOUL South Korea's coastguard warned on Tuesday of a "more aggressive" firearms policy towards Chinese fishing boats illegally operating in its waters, following a clash that sank one of its vessels.

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  • Israel demolishes home of Palestinian attack accomplice
Israel demolishes home of Palestinian attack accomplice

The alleged attacker, Misbah Abu Sbeih from the Silwan area of east Jerusalem , was killed by police. Alon Karko, a 24-year old law student at Hebrew University, told Israel National News that he was sitting at a cafe on campus just a mile from where the attack took place, and there witnessed a most troubling scene.

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