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Democratic lawmaker: It's time for a full House vote on impeachment inquiry into Trump

Democratic Rep. John Garamendi of California on Wednesday said it's time for the House of Representatives to hold a formal, full chamber vote on opening an impeachment inquiry -- a move that House Speaker Nancy Pelosi has so far resisted.
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Why Arm believes a consortium is necessary to get autonomous cars to the finish line
To get autonomous vehicles from prototypes to production Arm believes we need a consortium of companies to come together on standards on computing a safety. That’s why Dipti Vachani, senior vice president of automotive and embedded at Arm, announced the Autonomous Vehicle Computing Consortium during a keynote at the Arm TechCon 2019 conference in San Jose, California. The […]
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Giancarlo Stanton not in Yankees lineup for ALCS Game 2
Yankees slugger Giancarlo Stanton was left out of the lineup for Game 2 of the ALCS Sunday night in Houston. Stanton was replaced in left field by Cameron Maybin. Manager Aaron Boone hasn’t yet spoken with reporters for his routine pre-game media scrum, so it remains unclear why Stanton was held out of the lineup....
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Syrian army to deploy along Turkish border in deal with Kurdish-led forces
BEIRUT/AMMAN — The Syrian army will deploy along the length of the border with Turkey in an agreement with the Kurdish-led administration in northern Syria to help repel a Turkish offensive, the Kurdish-led administration said on Sunday. The army deployment would support the Kurdish-led Syrian Democratic Forces in countering “this aggression and liberating the areas...
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Uber could be delivering your groceries as early as 2020
Uber is expanding its door-to-door delivery strategy down the grocery aisle. On Friday, Uber announced its plans to take over a majority share of Cornershop, a leading grocery delivery service in Chile and Mexico. Assuming the acquisition is green-lit by relevant regulatory boards, that means Uber could be delivering groceries as early as 2020. “Whether it’s getting a ride, ordering food from your favorite restaurant, or soon, getting groceries delivered, we want Uber to be the operating system for your everyday life,” said Uber CEO Dara Khosrowshahi. “We’re excited to partner with the team at Cornershop to scale their vision, and look forward to working with them to bring grocery delivery to millions of consumers on the Uber platform.”  Read more...More about Uber, Food Delivery, Grocery Shopping, Uber Eats, and Tech
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Porsche's Macan EV will fully replace its gas counterpart in a few years
Porsche's electric Macan won't give its combustion engine counterpart much room to breathe. The automaker's deputy chairman Lutz Meschke told Autocar in an interview that the Macan EV will sit alongside the gas version when it arrives in 2021, but on...
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NFL: Texans send Chiefs to second straight loss as Vikings cook Eagles
Watson, Hyde lead Texans to 31-24 win over skidding ChiefsMinnesota’s Cousins makes mockery of Philadelphia defenseDeshaun Watson threw for 280 yards and a touchdown while running for two more, outdueling Chiefs counterpart Patrick Mahomes in a matchup of former first-round picks and leading the Houston Texans to a 31-24 victory over Kansas City on Sunday.Carlos Hyde added 116 yards rushing and a touchdown against the team that traded him to Houston (4-2) before the start of the season. DeAndre Hopkins hauled in nine passes for 55 yards. Continue reading...
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Police Respond to Reports of Mall Shooting in Florida, Confirm One Person Shot
Authorities have not yet identified the circumstances which led to the shooting
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Matt Lauer’s ‘eyes snapped back’ when Farrow brought up casting couch: report
In his upcoming book, Farrow wrote that he met with the then-"Today" anchor for career guidance before the author went on to expose Harvey Weinstein's alleged misconduct in the entertainment industry, according to an excerpt obtained by New York Magazine.
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UK PM Johnson to set out post-Brexit law and order drive in Queen's Speech
Queen Elizabeth will on Monday announce several new pieces of legislation to reform Britain's justice system, in a ceremonial speech setting out Prime Minister Boris Johnson's post-Brexit plans.
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Jaguars’ Geoff Swaim knocked out in brutal collision
Jaguars tight end Geoff Swaim was knocked out of Sunday’s game against the Saints following a helmet-to-helmet collision in the fourth quarter. Swaim had just caught the ball when former Jets linebacker Demario Davis barreled into him during New Orleans’ 13-6 win in Jacksonville. Swaim was on the ground for a few moments as players...
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Wales hopeful of qualifying after Bale salvages point against Croatia
Wales are still in with a decent chance of qualifying for Euro 2020 after Gareth Bale’s equaliser earned a point against Group E leaders Croatia. This was a feisty meeting from start to finish between two teams intent on reaching next summer’s showpiece, with Croatia now only a point away from securing their spot.Wales’ hopes remain alive, if they win their remaining games against Azerbaijan and Hungary Ryan Giggs’s side may well qualify. Bale cancelled out Nikola Vlasic’s opener but the discourse will be dominated by two separate nasty clashes that left Daniel James and Ethan Ampadu floored. Continue reading...
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Yankees vs. Astros: Justin Verlander will bounce back
Thoughts and prayers. Sam Darnold’s back, and the Jets’ offensive line has been as effective as de Blasio’s $850 million “Thrive NYC.” There’s Ali/Frazier. The Hatfields and McCoys. Chris Cuomo versus Fredo. Trump/Hillary, Trump/Alec Baldwin and Trump/CNN. And now we get to watch the epic showdown between the Yankees and Astros. Game 2 Sunday. Starting...
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The Kurds’ Prisons and Detention Camps for ISIS Members, Explained
As the Turkish invasion leads to deteriorating security in northern Syria, the custody of about 11,000 captive ISIS fighters — and many thousands more detained ISIS women and children — is in doubt.
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Louisiana governor's race heads for November runoff
Louisiana voters will decide on their next governor next month. The state held a "jungle primary" Saturday; incumbent Democratic Governor John Bel Edwards will run against Republican businessman Eddie Rispone in the runoff November 16.
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Great Britain look to Josh Jones and young talent for autumn Tests
• Coach Wayne Bennett is taking squad to southern hemisphere• Salford’s Jones got married day after Grand Final defeatWithin seconds of the champagne corks being popped at Old Trafford on Saturday evening, the minds of many had already begun to drift towards what lies ahead for British rugby league. The return of the Great Britain team for the first time in more than a decade will take centre stage on Monday when Wayne Bennett’s squad for the tour of the southern hemisphere is confirmed.Few players who were involved in the Grand Final on Saturday have had a wait as dramatic as Josh Jones. The 26-year-old forward was part of the Salford side beaten 23-6 by St Helens at Old Trafford, but that was far from the end of an eventful weekend for him: he got married on Sunday, while also receiving the nod from Bennett. Continue reading...
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Tories aim to distract from Brexit with crime-focused Queen's speech
Heavier sentences for violent criminals among policies aimed at wooing Labour votersViolent and sexual criminals as well as foreign national offenders who return to the UK will face drastically heavier penalties under measures that will form the centrepiece of a Queen’s speech aimed at wresting the agenda away from the delicate Brexit negotiations.With just days to go before the deadline for Boris Johnson to clinch a last-ditch Brexit deal in Brussels, the Queen will on Monday set out his government’s priorities for a new session of parliament, including 22 new bills. Continue reading...
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These three women are young. They're powerful. And they just made history
Simone Biles. Coco Gauff. Brigid Kosgei.
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These three women are young. They're powerful. And they just made history
Simone Biles. Coco Gauff. Brigid Kosgei. You'll want to remember their names. This trio of female athletes just had quite a weekend.
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Coco Gauff’s incredible rise now includes WTA singles title
LINZ, Austria — Coco Gauff is still just 15. She also is already the owner of a WTA singles title. The American beat 2017 French Open champion Jelena Ostapenko 6-3, 1-6, 6-2 in the final of the Upper Austria Ladies tournament Sunday, making Gauff the youngest winner of a singles trophy on the WTA tour...
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In rural Virginia, Democrats climb a steep hill trying to flip GOP seats
Ten Democrats, running in Republican districts in the Shenandoah valley, have pooled resources.
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2-year-old boy shot in ‘cowardly’ road rage attack in Baltimore
A 2-year-old boy was shot in the stomach during a “cowardly” road rage attack in Baltimore, police said. The toddler had been in a car that repeatedly honked at others stopped at a green light Saturday. One of the idling drivers then followed the horn-blowing driver and fired a bullet into the vehicle, Police Commissioner...
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Texas Woman Was Playing Video Game With Her Nephew When Shot by Police
A police officer fired the shot that killed Atatiana Jefferson from outside her bedroom window. A neighbor had reported two doors ajar.
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Texas woman shot dead by police in her home remembered as "peaceful woman"
A family lawyer said Atatiana Jefferson, who was with her nephew, was fatally shot while investigating a noise in her backyard.
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Stefon Diggs’ overdue performance shows what the Vikings offense can really do
Photo by Adam Bettcher/Getty Images Philly dared Kirk Cousins to beat them downfield. He obliged. Stefon Diggs may no longer want out of Minnesota — especially if Kirk Cousins can keep this pace up. The dynamic wideout, who kicked off the month of October with a trade request that would split him up from the team that drafted him in 2015, roasted the Eagles in his biggest performance of 2019. He had four catches for 135 yards and two touchdowns ... in the first 21 minutes of the game en route to a seven-catch, 163-yard, three-touchdown day. Diggs’ breakout was a major part of Minnesota’s offensive revival in Week 6. The Vikings spent four quarters stretching the field and dusting an undermanned Philadelphia defense. Cousins came into Sunday’s game averaging 208 passing yards per game; he had 209 before halftime. This was a cathartic explosion for a passing offense whose headline through the first five weeks of the season had been “DISAPPOINTING” in size 30-font. After being carried by Dalvin Cook’s yard-churning ground game early in the season, the Minnesota aerial attack woke up in a performance that pushed the team to 4-2 and bolstered its argument as a legitimate playoff team. This was a staunch reversal of the team’s fortunes through the first five weeks of the season. Despite gaining 6.2 yards per play — sixth-best in the league — Minnesota ranked just 16th in the league in scoring offense at 22.4 points per game. While the club was 3-2 and firmly in the postseason race, those three wins came against the Raiders (not bad!), Giants (uh), and Falcons (oh no). Both their losses were against NFC North rivals. Beating the Eagles may be Minnesota’s best win of a still-developing season. And it all happened behind an offensive approach that played to the team’s strengths. Offensive coordinator Kevin Stefanski kept the Eagles guessing early to torch them late Stefanski kicked off Week 6 with two goals in mind; he was going to keep Philadelphia on its toes with a diverse set of play calls, and he was going to get Diggs involved early and often. Three of Minnesota’s first six calls were designed to put the ball in the wideout’s hands, including a second down sweep that resulted in a 10-yard gain and new set of downs. Three of the team’s first four runs dashed off the end toward the sideline. This ability to stretch the field laterally was vitally important; it created the space Cousins needed to move the ball vertically. The Vikings’ second drive saw more of the same. It started with four straight directional runs off the end, including a WR sweep to Adam Thielen. This only led to a field goal, but it continued to establish the wide-stretching precedent the Eagles’ defense would soon expand to accommodate. With Philly inched up toward the line of scrimmage and spread wide to stop a running game that arched beyond the tackles, Stefanski dialed up a vertical passing attack. The good news was the Eagles’ run-focused adjustment shut down Cook. The Vikings tailback averaged just 2.6 yards per carry in a 41-yard performance. It also limited Thielen under a blanket of safety help closer to the line of scrimmage; he had only three catches after the game’s first drive. The bad news was that it effectively dared Cousins to beat the team downfield, which he did. Frequently. Diggs destroyed the Eagles because they refused to double-cover him Diggs, conveniently ignored by the Eagles’ defense, was the beneficiary of this shift. Philadelphia left him shadowed by a single cornerback throughout the game, opting to leave him stuck in man-to-man coverage without any over-the-top safety help. This was a mistake. Here he is feasting in single coverage for a touchdown: Vikings trying real hard to keep Stefon Diggs happy in purple this week pic.twitter.com/eNSLc6eqwQ— Christian D'Andrea (@TrainIsland) October 13, 2019 And here he is, feasting in single coverage for a touchdown: Weeks 1, 3 5: Vikings forget they have Stefon Diggs on their rosterWeek 6: Eagles forget Vikings have Stefon Diggs on their roster(4 catches, 135 yards, 2 TDs in ~ 20 minutes of game time) pic.twitter.com/5vW2xWmAlo— Christian D'Andrea (@TrainIsland) October 13, 2019 Then, after a pair of mid-game drops suggested the Vikings’ offense may have stalled after an explosive start, here is Diggs feasting in single coverage for a touchdown: one of these days the Eagles are going to put some safety help on Stefon Diggs pic.twitter.com/xpDbZkVg9v— Christian D'Andrea (@TrainIsland) October 13, 2019 And here he is, stopped from feasting in single coverage for a fourth touchdown catch only by interference in the end zone: Each of Minnesota’s first four drives ended in points. The Vikings led 24-3 before the halfway point of the second quarter. And when the Eagles’ offense battled back to make it a four-point game in the third quarter, Philadelphia’s inability to adjust to Diggs’ dominance proved fatal. Minnesota stepped back on the gas, targeted Diggs’ in single-coverage some more, and walked away with a 38-20 victory. Is this capable Vikings offense here to last? It’s tough to make much of one game spent torching the Eagles’ awful secondary, especially given their abject lack of cornerback talent this fall. But Minnesota was always too talented to be as toothless as it had been through the first five weeks of the season. The Eagles responded to Diggs’ limited impact through September by leaving him on an island in single coverage and opting instead to focus their efforts on stopping Thielen and the Viking running game. And while they were moderately successful in those tasks, it also created the room Diggs needed to remind the world he’s one of the game’s most destructive deep threats. Minnesota has the offensive diversity to keep opponents from loading up to stop any one threat. A team with Thielen, Diggs, and Cook in the starting lineup should be a top-10 scoring unit regardless of who is throwing the ball. On Sunday, that group showed what it was capable of when Cousins recognizes gaps downfield. Philadelphia may have made his decisions easy, but he still had to make them. That led to a massive win in Week 6. The question now is if Stefanski can keep opponents guessing when he faces a defense that opts to properly contain Diggs in the future. With four games remaining against defensively focused NFC North teams, it’s one we’ll get an answer to soon.
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US helicopters seen still patrolling Syria by CNN cameras
CNN's Nick Paton Wash reports from Syria where families in disarray attempt to find safety as Turkish forces cut off the main road between the east and west of Syrian Kurdish territory, effectively cutting off the city of Kobani.
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Jaguars tight end Geoff Swaim was knocked out of Sunday's game with a scary helmet-to-helmet hit
NFL on CBS Jacksonville Jaguars tight end Geoff Swaim suffered a scary helmet-to-helmet hit from New Orleans Saints linebacker Demario Davis on Sunday. Swaim caught a ball crossing the middle of the field and was blindsided by Davis, immediately falling hard to the ground. After the hit, players from both teams knelt in prayer as Swaim was tended to by trainers. Swaim eventually was able to get to his feet, leave the field, and was evaluated for a concussion. Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories. Jacksonville Jaguars tight end Geoff Swaim suffered a scary helmet-to-helmet hit from New Orleans Saints linebacker Demario Davis. With 11 minutes left in the fourth quarter and the Saints holding a 13-6 lead, Swaim caught a short pass crossing the middle the field from quarterback Gardner Minshew. Swaim's eyes were looking the other way, allowing Davis to get a jump on him, and leading to a brutal collision between the two players.See the rest of the story at Business InsiderNOW WATCH: The US women's national team dominates soccer, but here's why the US men's team sucksSee Also:Gardner Minshew is said to be a fantasy-football savant but refuses to pick himselfNick Bosa trolled Baker Mayfield by recreating the quarterback's most iconic college celebrationColts quarterback Jacoby Brissett told his coach they should 'run it down their throats' before using an old-school offensive attack to upset the Chiefs
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Miley Cyrus steps out for coffee date with Cody Simpson
Cody Simpson will be there for Miley Cyrus.
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At least 35 people were killed in the most powerful typhoon to hit Japan in 60 years
Carl Court/Getty Images Typhoon Hagibis ravaged Japan's main island of Honshu over the weekend, reportedly killing 35 people and causing widespread devastation of homes and cities. One day after the storm made landfall as a Category 2 storm Saturday, around 376,000 homes were reportedly left without power and 14,000 homes had no running water. The storm's ferocity surprised residents, as it first came on the country's radar as a tropical storm before it jumped to a Category 5 in just a few days.  Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. Typhoon Hagibis ravaged Japan's main island of Honshu over the weekend, reportedly killing 35 people and causing widespread devastation of homes and cities. The storm, which shares a name with the Filipino word for speed, waged winds of up to 144 kph on the island and left at least 17 people unaccounted for, according to the Japan Times.See the rest of the story at Business InsiderNOW WATCH: Nxivm leader Keith Raniere has been convicted. Here's what happened inside his sex-slave ring that recruited actresses and two billionaire heiresses.See Also:At least 1 person dead as the most powerful typhoon to hit Japan in 60 years makes landfallTennis giant Naomi Osaka is relinquishing her American citizenship so she can play for Japan in the 2020 OlympicsA Japanese ninja history student who handed in a blank paper was given a top mark after her professor realized her essay was written in invisible ink
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Fortnite has been down for hours as millions of players stare at a black hole
One of the biggest games in the world has been unplayable since this afternoon. Ahead of its next season — or possible a completely new chapter — Fortnite has gone down in just about every way imaginable. It’s widely believed that when the game is back up and running it will be a rebooted version featuring a brand new map. Things happened in dramatic fashion. Everything started when the meteor, which had been static in the middle of the island since its appearance at the beginning of season X, started to act up, eventually obliterating the entire map at around 2:00PM EST. Since then, players haven’t been able to do little more than stare at a black hole. There have been flickers of activity, but not a whole lot has happened during that window. (If you enter the Konami code, you’re at least able to play a simple Space Invaders-style mini-game while waiting.) Those who weren’t able to log into the game in time for the event not only found it impossible to get into a game; the actual lobby and character screens were similarly pulled into the black hole. At one point the official Fortnite Twitter account even deleted all of its tweets, and Epic’s public Trello board, which was used to track in-game issues, similarly went dark. Meanwhile, PlayStation had to issue a statement confirming that the game and all of those V-bucks you spent weren’t gone for good. It appears to be extended downtime, but one that’s connected to the ever-changing Fortnite lore. The in-game event is currently being watched by millions across platforms like Twitch, YouTube, and Twitter. RIP Fortnite: Battle RoyaleFULL LIVE REACTION TO THE END! pic.twitter.com/ifX4CJcnEK— Jack “CouRage” Dunlop (@CouRageJD) October 13, 2019 Tried logging into fortnite after the black hole, and this happened. Got kicked back out. pic.twitter.com/BnGPjusKPl— Nick Statt (@nickstatt) October 13, 2019 Rumors of a new map have persisted for some time, though it was unclear just how big of a change Epic would actually make. Prior to today’s event a new storyline kicked off centered on seven travelers messing with the timeline; there were in-game missions that included collecting audiologs to learn more. (You can read them all right here.) Fortnite’s in-game store even featured new emotes to either welcome the visitors or tell them to go home. On Friday, Epic tweeted out the cryptic phrase “the end is near.” Today that was followed by “this is the end.
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Rep. Lee Zeldin rips Schiff’s handling of Trump impeachment inquiry
Republican Rep. Lee Zeldin blasted Rep. Adam Schiff, the leader of the House Intelligence Committee, for lying and releasing “cherry-picked leaks” in the House Democrats’ impeachment inquiry into President Trump. “Something that I find outrageous is the cherry-picked leaks, the withholding of key facts and the lying about other claims that’s misleading the American public,”...
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D.C. increasing education spending by at least $20 million
Traditional public schools and charter campuses will share the money.
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Dogs in costume strut in Luna Park’s Halloween dog parade
What a paw-ty! Dozens of dogs in costumes celebrated Howl-o-ween a little early Sunday at the annual Luna Park dog parade in Coney Island. Dressed up as everything from cops to prison inmates — with some ghostbusters, aliens, witches and even a UPS delivery driver and hot dog vendor — the costumed canines strutted in...
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Ouijazilla, the world's largest Ouija board, has descended upon Salem
Light as a feather, stiff as a board. And measuring 3,168 square feet, the world's largest Ouija board has arrived just in time for Halloween.  The record-breaking talking board — known officially as "Ouijazilla" — made its debut in Salem, Massachusetts on Saturday to a crowd of adoring ghouls eager to explore its powers. Advertised as "the length of a brontosaurus," "heavy as an elephant," and "large enough to park five full-size eighteen-wheelers on," Ouijazilla caught the attention of tourists, hobbyists, and an unsuspecting bridal party in the historic Salem Common at an official unveiling ceremony.  Read more...More about Halloween, World Record, Ouija Board, Culture, and Other
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Seahawks celebrate touchdown with epic NSYNC dance
The Seahawks have a message for the Browns’ defense: Bye, Bye, Bye. After Russell Wilson connected with Seahawks receiver Jaron Brown for a 17-yard touchdown during Sunday’s game in Cleveland, teammates Tyler Lockett, David Moore and DK Metcalf joined Brown in the endzone, where the foursome mimicked NSYNC’s moves from the boy band’s “Bye Bye...
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Riot Games, Epic Games walk opposite paths after Blizzard’s Hong Kong debacle
League of Legends developer Riot Games and Fortnite developer Epic Games responded differently to Blizzard's Hong Kong controversy.
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Petr Cech saves two penalties on ice hockey debut for Guildford Phoenix
Petr Cech saves two penalties on his debut as Guildford Phoenix beat Swindon Wildcats 2 in a shoot-out.
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Woman killed by cop in own home was babysitting 8-year-old nephew
The black Texas woman who was shot and killed by police in her own home was babysitting her 8-year-old nephew, according to a report. Atatiana Jefferson, 28, was fatally shot Saturday as authorities responded to her Forth Worth home to perform a welfare check, news station KXAS reported. Officers received a call from a neighbor...
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We asked financial planners for their favorite high-yield savings account, and almost everyone said the same thing
Getty Images Personal Finance Insider writes about products, strategies, and tips to help you make smart decisions with your money. We may receive a small commission from our partners, but our reporting and recommendations are always independent and objective. Business Insider asked financial planners for their favorite high-yield savings account. Most of them said the one at Ally, an online bank. Ally's high-yield savings account has no minimum balance or monthly fees, and it's offering a 1.8% annual percentage yield. A high-yield savings account is a good place to keep money you may need to access soon, like an emergency fund. Ally recently ranked second in J.D. Power's "Direct Banking Satisfaction Study" and last year was named the best online bank by Kiplinger. Two years ago, I opened a high-yield savings account at Ally and directed a fixed amount of every paycheck into it. I've found that the account is a great place to send my automatic contributions, which financial planners say is one of the best and easiest ways to build long-term wealth.See the rest of the story at Business InsiderNOW WATCH: Stewart Butterfield, co-founder of Slack and Flickr, says 2 beliefs have brought him the greatest success in lifeSee Also:Only half of Gen Xers have a retirement account, and that's a catastrophe in the makingI opened a high-yield savings account with online bank Ally to earn 20 times more on my money, and it's safe to say I'm obsessed3 ways regular people use their high-yield savings account to be better with moneySEE ALSO: Capital One is offering a cash bonus of up to $500 for new money-market accounts, but only for a limited time DON'T MISS: I doubled my savings in 2018 and it took only 5 minutes of effort
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Pompeo suggests reporter 'working for Democrats' after impeachment grilling
Titans of American journalism Rather and Mitchell join praise of Nancy Amons after Nashville reporter stuns secretary of stateOpinion: Rudy Giuliani is Donald Trump’s real secretary of stateSecretary of state Mike Pompeo suffered embarrassment from an unexpected quarter on Friday, as an interview with a local TV reporter in Nashville, Tennessee, produced not softball platitudes but hardball questions about the impeachment inquiry. Related: Trump impeachment: Esper indicates Pentagon will cooperate with inquiry Continue reading...
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Maryland officer punched in fight over pro-Trump clothes
Authorities in Maryland say an officer was assaulted after a fight broke out at a high school football game over clothing supportive of President Donald Trump
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Typhoon Hagibis floods over 1,000 homes in Japan as the death toll climbs
Thousands of troops were deployed across Japan to rescue people stranded in flooded homes as the death toll from a ferocious typhoon climbed.      
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Police report shooting at mall in Boca Raton, Florida
A shooting has been reported at the Town Center mall in Boca Raton, Florida, according to police.
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Kenyan Brigid Kosgei Smashes Women's World Record At Chicago Marathon
The 25-year-old runner finished in a time of 2:14:04 on Sunday, beating the previous record set by Britain's Paula Radcliffe in 2003 by 81 seconds.
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A woman decorated her makeup desk with framed screenshots of beauty YouTubers crying in their apology videos
On Saturday, a Twitter user shared a photo of her makeup desk covered in nine framed screenshots of beauty YouTubers crying in apology videos they've made. Makeup moguls like Jeffree Star, Jaclyn Hill, and James Charles were included. In their tweet, the user suggested that the photos are meant to inspire her and remind her that things aren't "so bad." Now, people are calling the Twitter user "genius" in response to her decorative idea.  Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. One social-media user has found a creative way to spruce up her beauty space. On Saturday, a Twitter user — who goes by Alita007 online — shared a photo of her makeup desk covered in framed photos of beauty YouTubers. Each image was screenshotted from a different apology video, in which a makeup mogul tearfully apologized for their part in an online controversy.See the rest of the story at Business InsiderNOW WATCH: Animated map shows where American accents came fromSee Also:Jeffree Star says he made $20 million on one eyeshadow palette in Shane Dawson's new YouTube seriesShane Dawson gives fans the first glimpse of his makeup palette with Jeffree Star in the latest episode of his 9-part documentarySocial-media stars are gluing their upper lip to their face for a fuller-looking pout and it's got to stop
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3-year-old girl vanishes while attending birthday party, police fear kidnapping
Investigators said she may have been abducted by a man and woman driving a dark-colored SUV, possibly a Toyota with a brown or discolored bumper.
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Steelers vs. Chargers: Third-string QB isn’t reason to rule out Pittsburgh
Derek Wilkinson, race and sports manager at The SuperBook at Westgate Las Vegas, was interviewed Friday on VSiN about the flood of action his book has seen come in this week on the Chargers, taking the line up from -6¹/₂ to -7. We all agreed this was due to the Steelers having to start Devlin...
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Dolphins turn to Ryan Fitzpatrick to finally score second-half points
Fitzmagic is back in Miami. The Dolphins went back to bearded journeyman quarterback Ryan Fitzpatrick on Sunday, sending Josh Rosen to the bench with Miami behind against the Redskins, 17-3, in the fourth quarter. Rosen’s afternoon against Washington saw him go 15-of 25 for just 85 yards, a week after coach Brian Flores had named...
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Fox News makes plans to replace Shepard Smith; Trump wonders if 'bad ratings' are to blame
Anchor Shepard Smith, a critic of President Trump, surprised viewers when he announced Friday he's leaving Fox News. Here's what happens to his show.       
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