• UKIP MEP Steven Woolfe in serious condition after 'altercation' with colleague
UKIP MEP Steven Woolfe in serious condition after 'altercation' with colleague

All British members of the European Parliament, including those from UKIP, will lose their jobs because of the Brexit vote. But Hookem characterized the encounter, in an anteroom to an office where other UKIP MEPs were meeting, as "grappling", and said it was instigated by Woolfe.

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  • The British Pound Hasn't Traded This Low Since 1985
The British Pound Hasn't Traded This Low Since 1985

Sterling plunged to a new 31-year low against the dollar on Tuesday as fears over a so-called "hard Brexit" intensified, with experts warning that the pound could reach parity with the euro next year. Business leaders expect no less than 75,000 job losses if a "hard Brexit" policy prevails, The Times reports. She is also expected to end her first...

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  • Trump on Ryan: 'I don't want his support, don't care about it'
Trump on Ryan: 'I don't want his support, don't care about it'

John McCain (Ariz.) and other GOP elected officials as the extraordinary turbulence within the Republican Party intensified four weeks from Election Day. "I would think that Ryan maybe wouldn't be there, maybe he'll be in a different position". But he has not withdrawn his support for Trump and has not commented since his initial remarks.

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  • Russian Federation says its oil firms ready to back curbs with OPEC
Russian Federation says its oil firms ready to back curbs with OPEC

Oil held above $50 a barrel amid uncertainty over Russia's willingness to join OPEC efforts to stabilize the market. Bjarne Schieldrop, chief commodities analyst at SEB AB bank in Oslo, said he expects the number of active USA rigs to rise by about 10 per week until OPEC holds its next formal meeting on November 30.

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  • Chargers' McCoy says his focus is on Broncos, not job status
Chargers' McCoy says his focus is on Broncos, not job status

San Diego has three losses already this season in games it led at the two-minute warning. FAIL TO CONVERT: The Raiders twice had first-and-goal in the first half and had to settle for short field goals. Cowboys 28, Bengals 14: ARLINGTON, Texas - Ezekiel Elliott rushed for 134 yards and two touchdowns, and fellow rookie Dak Prescott passed for a ...

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  • In debate, Trump signals aggressive close to his campaign
In debate, Trump signals aggressive close to his campaign

This is not the first time that Trump has dismissed his sexism as humor. Following last week's presidential debate, in which Hillary Clinton castigated Trump for his comments about a Miss Universe victor whom he called " Miss Piggy " after she gained weight and "Miss Housekeeping" for her Latina roots, his support among women has declined, acco...

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  • United Nations warns of 'merciless abyss' in besieged eastern Aleppo
United Nations warns of 'merciless abyss' in besieged eastern Aleppo

The United States warned Thursday that it is on the brink of ending talks with Russian Federation over the assault on Aleppo, where the United Nations says a humanitarian catastrophe is unfolding unlike any witnessed so far in Syria's brutal five-year war.

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  • After riff, Bill Clinton reaffirms health-care law support
After riff, Bill Clinton reaffirms health-care law support

Bill Clinton criticized the contentious health care law while campaigning for his wife in MI on Monday - a remark he sought to walk back later this week. Later, Clinton said he nearly wanted to apologize for the exchange, but instead hoped it would become a teachable moment. "The Affordable Care Act continues to be a source of pride for people...

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  • Trump defiantly apologizes after lewd remarks about women revealed
Trump defiantly apologizes after lewd remarks about women revealed

By the time Mr Trump posted his video apology, three Republican members of Congress had called on him to abandon the race. "I'm automatically attracted to lovely women - I just start kissing them, it's like a magnet". Among them was Utah's Jason Chaffetz, who called Mr Trump's words "some of the most abhorrent and offensive comments that you ...

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  • Michigan Shooting: Multiple Casualties In Grand Rapids Shooting
Michigan Shooting: Multiple Casualties In Grand Rapids Shooting

A man in his early 20s was found dead inside the store from an apparent gunshot. We're now trying to figure out exactly what took place. The authorities have not released any details about the victims or any possible suspects. The owner said that he allowed an employee to use the space for his birthday party, though he doesn't normally make it ...

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  • Trump Camp Turns Bill Clinton's 'Crazy System' Obamacare Remark Into Ad
Trump Camp Turns Bill Clinton's 'Crazy System' Obamacare Remark Into Ad

Obama said. On a local level, Milwaukee Mayor Tom Barrett praises Clinton for her push to end gun violence. Trump reacted on Twitter soon after, writing: "Wow, did you hear Bill Clinton's statement on how bad Obamacare is?" Obama said, "She doesn't cry foul" and tapped her microphone.

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  • Police say 5 people killed by wrong-way driver in Vermont
Police say 5 people killed by wrong-way driver in Vermont

Rex says the deaths were "an unprecedented tragedy" and that all were vibrant members of the community with bright futures. Harwood's crisis team opened the school Sunday for students, faculty, staff, families, and neighbors. Police had not determined whether Bourgoin was the driver who caused the initial crash. It is unclear if he has an attor...

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  • Obama rejects bill that would allow 9/11 victims to sue Saudi government
Obama rejects bill that would allow 9/11 victims to sue Saudi government

Saudi Arabia also filed Foreign Agents paperwork this week establishing a new contract with lobbying firm SGR worth $45,000 per month, and entered into an arrangement with the Glover Park Group for an as-yet undisclosed sum, according to filings.

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  • Blocking Indus waters will be act of war
Blocking Indus waters will be act of war

On Monday, Prime Minister Narendra Modi held a review meeting on the Indus Waters Treaty to explore ways of use its rights to the fullest under the treaty to "exploit to the maximum" waters of the rivers flowing to Pakistan. "Pakistan has shown unequalled and unprecedented restraint despite great provocation" from India, the statement said. But...

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  • Colombian President, opposition hold talks on FARC peace deal
Colombian President, opposition hold talks on FARC peace deal

Colombian President Juan Manuel Santos and opposition rival Alvaro Uribe met yesterday in a bid to resolve differences over a peace deal with Marxist FARC rebels that was rejected in a shock vote this week, leaving the country in limbo. But Uribe is pushing for stiffer punishment of the rebels and limits on their future participation in politics....

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  • Motorcycle Bomb Near Istanbul Police Station Wounds at Least 10
Motorcycle Bomb Near Istanbul Police Station Wounds at Least 10

At least five people were injured in the explosion, one seriously, according to initial reports. reports. Authorities initially suspected a auto bomb caused the explosion, but the city's mayor, Vasip Şahin, said on Twitter the blast was caused by a bomb on a motorcycle.

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  • Obama hails Paris Agreement as it crosses threshold for implementation
Obama hails Paris Agreement as it crosses threshold for implementation

The Paris Agreement requires all nations to cut emissions enough to limit the global temperature increase to less than two degrees Celsius, measured against climate records dating back to the Industrial Revolution. The full ratification of the Paris Agreement as early as next month and its goal of delivering a net zero emission economy this cen...

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  • North Carolina police enlist foundation to review policies
North Carolina police enlist foundation to review policies

Several days of demonstrations followed the shooting, with protesters chanting "release the tape" and "we want the tape". So far, he says they've refused. Violent protests broke out on the northeast side of Charlotte on Tuesday after Scott, an African-American man, was killed by Officer Brentley Vinson.

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  • US Service Member Killed in Afghanistan
US Service Member Killed in Afghanistan

United States forces said in a statement . Several foreign insurgents were also among those killed, the statement said, adding that some weapons and ammunitions along with explosives were seized during the operations. U.S. Department of Defense Policy is to withhold the identity of the service member pending next-of-kin notification. "This w...

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  • Tighten controls on overseas students, Rudd tells conference
Tighten controls on overseas students, Rudd tells conference

Although this would not happen "overnight", she said only a substantial reduction could help "change the tide of public opinion... so once again immigration is something we can all welcome". trying to kill (Brexit) by delaying it", said Mrs May. "Theresa May and her party still have no answers to the problems facing Britain". The Home Secretary a...

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