Accuser of Kavanaugh to testify on Thursday

The agreement for Christine Blasey Ford to testify came just hours before the New Yorker magazine published an article in ...
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Namesake Asks Ole Miss to Have Name Removed from Journalism School Following Facebook Controversy

A prominent Ole Miss Alumnus and Donor Ed Meek is asking the University to remove his name from the journalism ...
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Plenty of fish in the sea: Tel Aviv’s 12 best seafood restaurants you have to try

One is a foodie institution, another boasts an amazing sea view and yet another is a gourmet experience that still ...
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Passenger's luggage shredded, burned after Spirit flight

One airline passenger found themselves at O'Hare International Airport's baggage claim, stuck with burned clothes and luggage in a garbage ...
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Russia warned Israel before downing of plane: Attacking Syrian targets harms Moscow’s interests

According to the Russians, Israeli strikes weaken Assad and harm his attempts to end the Syrian conflict ...
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Beto O'Rourke Went To Whataburger After Debating Ted Cruz, Air-Drummed A Who Song

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Polish conservatives win boosts eurosceptics camp

A couple read their ballot before voting in one of Warsaw's polling stations during the general election in Poland on October 25, 2015The resounding victory of Poland’s conservative Law and Justice (PiS) party in Sunday’s general election has given a boost to European eurosceptics, already buoyed by the backlash against Brussels sparked by the migrant crisis. “Poland has given a boost to the eurosceptics camp of countries such as Britain that want to reform the European Union and loosen internal ties” between its 28 member states, analyst Marcin Zaborowski told AFP.

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UN chief slams Saudi-led strikes on MSF Yemen hospital

A Yemeni man stands amid the rubble of a food storage warehouse after it was targeted by air strikes carried out by the Saudi-led coalition in the capital Sanaa on October 26, 2015UN chief Ban Ki-moon on Tuesday denounced strikes that he said were conducted by Saudi-led warplanes on a hospital in Yemen operated by international charity Doctors Without Borders. Ban “condemns the air strikes by the Saudi-led coalition that hit the Hayadeen Medical Hospital, run by Medecins Sans Frontieres,” said a UN statement, using the charity’s French name. The building “was hit by several air strikes” on Monday night “with patients & staff inside the facility,” the Paris-based MSF tweeted.

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Bavarian leader criticizes Austria and Merkel over refugees

Migrants wait to cross the Slovenia-Austria border in SentiljThe premier of the state of Bavaria criticized Austria on Tuesday for failing to coordinate the flow of migrants into southern Germany even as he renewed a challenge to Chancellor Angela Merkel over her management of the refugee crisis. Bavaria is bearing the brunt of the inflow of migrants into Germany from southeastern Europe. Premier Horst Seehofer, whose Christian Social Union (CSU) is closely allied to Merkel’s Christian Democratic Union (CDU), has emerged as one of the chancellor’s strongest critics over the past two months.

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