• Elizabeth Warren releases DNA analysis as evidence of Native American heritage
Elizabeth Warren releases DNA analysis as evidence of Native American heritage

Democrat Senator Elizabeth Warren has released her long-anticipated DNA results and is receiving harsh backlash over the findings. While the report found that the vast majority of Warren's ancestry is European, the test strongly suggests that at one point in time, likely 6-10 generations ago, there is " strong evidence " that one N...

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  • Elizabeth Warren Releases DNA Test Indicating Native American Ancestry
Elizabeth Warren Releases DNA Test Indicating Native American Ancestry

Warren has claimed connection to the Cherokee and DE tribes, but the Cherokee Nation says Warren's claims are "undermining tribal interests". The best part: If you have an extra fiver laying around, you can donate too! "I understand that tribal membership is determined by tribes - and only tribes", she said .

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  • Storm Callum: UK braced for heavy rain and 70mph winds
Storm Callum: UK braced for heavy rain and 70mph winds

The Met Office warning states: "Following Storm Callum, heavy rain will continue to affect southwest England, parts of Wales and northwest England along with southern Scotland for much of Saturday". "Some roads and bridges may close". The high winds, combined with heavy rain, could see leaves and twigs blocking drains, making flooding more likely...

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  • Woman's Day celebrants Princess Eugenie's fairytale wedding
Woman's Day celebrants Princess Eugenie's fairytale wedding

The images by London-based fashion photographer Alex Bramall show the princess and her new husband, Jack Brooksbank , smiling with their families and eight little bridesmaids and pageboys. This is because Princess Eugenie , who is ninth in line to the throne, is not as close in the succession as Harry. She was also wearing the "wheatear brooc...

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  • Majority of Americans want Kavanaugh investigated further; Women leading the charge
Majority of Americans want Kavanaugh investigated further; Women leading the charge

Democrats counter that the Kavanaugh fallout has enraged many women voters upset with the way the Senate confirmation battle turned out, likely increasing Democratic turnout in November and threatening Republican control of the House of Representatives.

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  • Israeli police investigating Palestinian woman's death in vehicle
Israeli police investigating Palestinian woman's death in vehicle

The Palestinian government has no jurisdiction over Israelis in the West Bank, and acts carried out by Israeli settlers often occur in the presence of Israeli military forces who rarely act to protect Palestinian residents. A wave of mainly lone-wolf Palestinian attacks against Israelis in the West Bank erupted in 2015 but had largely abated. In re...

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  • Odisha gears up to face cyclone Titli
Odisha gears up to face cyclone Titli

Thereafter, it is likely to re-curve northeastward, move towards Gangetic West Bengal across Odisha and weaken gradually, said Director of the Meteorological Centre in Bhubaneswar , H R Biswas. Districts like Ganjam, Gajapati, Puri, Jagatsinghpur, Kendrapara, Khurda, Nayagarh, Cuttack, Jajpur, Bhadrak and Balasore are likely to receive heavy to ve...

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  • Africa’s youngest billionaire kidnapped in Tanzania
Africa’s youngest billionaire kidnapped in Tanzania

Dar es Salaam regional commissioner Paul Makonda said the businessman was kidnapped by two men as he arrived for his regular morning workout at the hotel. Dar es Salaam special zone commander said security police around the country, including at airports and all exit points have been put on high alert in the hunt for the abductors.

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  • M5.9 quake shakes northern Haiti
M5.9 quake shakes northern Haiti

After shocks were reported in the Caribbean, including the Dominican Republic, Puerto Rico and the Virgin Islands. A local government representative said 152 people were injured in Port-de-Paix, and the most seriously hurt were taken by air ambulance to the capital Port-au-Prince for treatment.

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  • Israeli fire wounds 11 Palestinians at Gaza protest
Israeli fire wounds 11 Palestinians at Gaza protest

Army spokesman Jonathan Conricus said the 23-year-old Palestinian had worked in the Barkan industrial zone, where the attack took place in the occupied West Bank . Every Friday, Palestinians across the West Bank stage rallies to protest Israel's longstanding policy of building Jewish settlements on confiscated Palestinian land.

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  • Rosenstein to fly with Trump to Florida on Monday, official says
Rosenstein to fly with Trump to Florida on Monday, official says

Asked if Rosenstein still has a job, Gidley said he does. Trump and Rosenstein had been scheduled to meet last week to discuss The New York Times report that flung Rosenstein into limbo. Trump said Kavanaugh would be "a faithful defender of the rule of law". Sen. Ron Wyden , R-Ore., said recently that if Trump fires Rosenstein "for the goal ...

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  • Beijing probing 'missing' Chinese head of Interpol
Beijing probing 'missing' Chinese head of Interpol

Le Monde claimed that the "loss" of the President of Interpol is not connected to any criminal episode. Hongwei, 64, was elected president of Interpol in November 2016. News of the investigation into Mr Meng's disappearance came during a week-long public holiday in China. Despite such statements, rights groups expressed concern that Meng wou...

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  • Melania Trump leaves Kenya for Egypt
Melania Trump leaves Kenya for Egypt

With a smile on her face, the first lady read along with children during their lessons. Earlier Friday, Mrs. Trump sashayed to the beat of African music while being welcomed to an orphanage. She visited mothers and their newborns in Ghana and a primary school in Malawi. She administered them formula in oversized baby bottles, patted the animals...

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  • Pompeo to travel to N. Korea Oct. 7, meet Kim
Pompeo to travel to N. Korea Oct. 7, meet Kim

A declaration to end the war should have come half a century ago, after the warring parties signed an armistice agreement, the Korean Central News Agency wrote in a commentary on Tuesday. North Korean Vice Foreign Minister Choe Son Hui, who handles nuclear weapons issues and negotiations with the United States, arrived in Beijing on Thursday on a t...

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  • Jewish Kavanaugh accuser says his ascension to Supreme Court 'unthinkable'
Jewish Kavanaugh accuser says his ascension to Supreme Court 'unthinkable'

In her sworn written statement , Swetnick claimed Kavanaugh would spike girls' drinks-and yet, in her interview with Snow, Swetnick merely claimed that she saw Kavanaugh near the punch bowl. Ketterer described himself as a former meteorologist in Washington D.C. and a church member. He ended up reaching out to Sen. Utah senator Orrin Hatch...

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  • Chinese Warship in 'Unsafe' Encounter with US Destroyer
Chinese Warship in 'Unsafe' Encounter with US Destroyer

Two destroyers 45 yards from one another is close, but not unnavigable. In this October 13, 2016, photo provided by the U.S. Navy, guided-missile destroyer USS Decatur operates in the South China Sea as part of the Bonhomme Richard Expeditionary Strike Group.

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  • 'This is a very scary time for young men in America'
'This is a very scary time for young men in America'

Stressing that U.S. lawmakers are demonstrating double standards in the scandal-ridden confirmation process of his protégé, Trump on Tuesday noted a drastic departure from the core American and basic legal principle of "innocent until proven guilty".

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  • Democrats renew questions over Brett Kavanaugh's honesty and temperament
Democrats renew questions over Brett Kavanaugh's honesty and temperament

Leaning: Collins' signal that she was comfortable Kavanaugh wouldn't overturn Roe vs. Wade appeared to be a sign that she was going to vote for him. The White House noted that Kavanaugh wasn't arrested or charged and questioned the incident's relevance.

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  • Times says it was wrong to have writer on Kavanaugh story
Times says it was wrong to have writer on Kavanaugh story

The report said that the victim, Dom Cozzolino, "was bleeding from the right ear" and was treated at a hospital. According to his Yale classmate and former drinking buddy Chad Ludington , that fight started after Kavanaugh and friends mistook a man in the bar for Ali Campbell, the frontman of the British reggae group UB40, much to the band's cha...

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  • Classmate: Kavanaugh
Classmate: Kavanaugh "Blatantly Lied" About Drinking

Lawrance Hall is shown at Yale University in New Haven, Connecticut, U.S., September 27, 2018. The yearbook simply lists "Devil's Triangle" as one of Kavanaugh's achievements next to his senior photo. However, he continued to stand by Kavanaugh, saying his testimony "was really something that I haven't seen before" and "an incredible moment, ...

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