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Volunteers’ group laments death of member, injury of another

MANILA, Philippines --- The Jesuit Volunteers Philippines (JVP) issued on Saturday a statement mourning the death of one of its female volunteer teachers during an apparent robbery in their quarters in the town of Pangantucan in Bukidnon. Another female volunteer was also injured. According to JVP, the slain volunteer, 24-year-old Genifer Buckly, served as a teacher in Pangantucan Community High School (PCHS). Buckly's colleague, 30-year-old Ann Kathleen Gatdula, was also harmed but was in stable condition in the hospital. According to the police, both volunteers were stabbed several times, allegedly by Arnold Naguilla, 36, a suspect who was nabbed shortly after the incident...

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How the Bloods and Tekashi 6ix9ine used each other
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Buffett protégé Tracy Britt Cool leaving Berkshire Hathaway
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Trump announces increases sanctions on Iran; Inside the restored Washington Monument
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California Gov. Gavin Newsom: Trump administration 'threatening' private business
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"I should have known better," Canadian Prime Minister says about brownface photo
Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau apologized Wednesday after Time magazine published a photo of him wearing brownface at a party in 2001. "I should have known better," Trudeau told reporters. Elaine Quijano reports.
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Reactions to Canadian PM Trudeau's brown face 2001 picture
Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau apologized on Wednesday for wearing brown face make-up in 2001 after an embarrassing picture emerged less than five weeks out from a tightly contested general election.
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Noah Syndergaard didn’t make Mets look good for caving to him
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Devine: Elizabeth Warren’s war on men is an insulting, losing strategy
Elizabeth Warren made the political calculation this week that she doesn’t need men to win the presidency. “We’re not here today because of famous arches or famous men,” she told a rally in Washington Square Park Monday night. “In fact, we’re not here because of men at all,” she said, emphasizing the “m” word like...
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2020 Daily Trail Markers: New poll shows Yang leading Harris in California
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Woman sues Jeffrey Epstein’s estate, claims she was abused ‘countless times’
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Canada Conservative leader says Trudeau brown face picture shows he's unfit to govern
Canadian Conservative Party leader Andrew Scheer said his Liberal rival in the upcoming election, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, is unfit to govern the country after a 2001 picture emerged showing him dressed in brown face.
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Giants’ Daniel Jones could be getting some receivers back
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Justin Trudeau apologizes after "brownface" photo emerges
Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau apologized Wednesday after a photo surfaced of him wearing "brownface."
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Chelsea Handler: We owe our voices to the black community
CNN's Chris Cuomo talks with comedian Chelsea Handler who confronts white privilege head-on in her new documentary.
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U.S. official tells CBS News attack on Saudi oil facility was approved by Iran's supreme leader
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Trump's promise to foreign leader prompts whistleblower complaint – report
Details are unclear, but Washington Post reports intelligence official considers complaint ‘urgent concern’Donald Trump’s promise to a foreign leader so troubled an official in the US intelligence community that it prompted the person to file a whistleblower complaint, the Washington Post reported on Wednesday.The Post, which cited two former officials familiar with the matter, said it was not immediately clear which foreign leader Trump was speaking with or what he pledged to deliver. The communication was a phone call, one former official said, according to the Post. Continue reading...
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Yankees’ memorable night lacks champagne party — for now
In what might have been his final start at Yankee Stadium, CC Sabathia got a standing ovation from the crowd as he walked off the field and was greeted by his teammates in front of the dugout in an emotional scene. What the retiring lefty couldn’t do, though, was help the Yankees clinch their first...
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U.S. spends millions to maintain facility that once housed unaccompanied migrant children
The U.S. government has been spending $720,000 a day to staff an empty migrant holding facility in Homestead, Florida. The facility used to house unaccompanied minors but stopped housing children August 3rd. CBS News investigative reporter Graham Kates has been covering the Homestead facility. He joined CBSN to discuss the issue.
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Jonah Hill tackles bullying in new Instagram TV series
IGTV may not be capturing hearts and minds but at least Instagram is leveraging the platform to talk about important issues. Starting today, Instagram users can watch a new four-part series from the Facebook-owned company and 22 Jump Street actor Jon...
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‘Married at First Sight’ Season 9 reunion: Which couples are still together?
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County lines: how drugs gangs are recruiting children - podcast
Aamna Mohdin tells Anushka Asthana how county lines gangs are stepping up their operations by using short-term holiday flats and recruiting local teens to sell drugs in small towns around Britain. Plus Owen Jones on Jeremy Corbyn’s ‘neutral’ stance on Brexit Drug gangs in major cities such as London and Liverpool have been expanding their operations into small towns in recent years. They use teenagers as runners and have been known to take over the homes of drug addicts as bases to deal from. The Guardian’s Aamna Mohdin has been reporting on the rise of county lines gangs and tells Rachel Humphreys that the gangs are now professionalising. They have begun using Airbnb flats and luring local teenagers into the trade with cash payments and free takeaways. Continue reading...
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Huge explosion at Turkish chemical factory
A blast propelled a metal tank into the air during a fire at a facility in Istanbul.
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Interior Department to transfer 560 acres of federal land to Army for border wall construction
The Interior Department announced Wednesday that it will soon transfer 560 acres along the US-Mexico border to the Army to allow for border wall construction.
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Justin Trudeau ‘pissed off’ at himself for ‘brownface,’ admits second offense
Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau apologized Wednesday night after a photo of him surfaced wearing “brownface” and a turban at a party in 2001 — but admitted it was not the first time he had donned skin-darkening makeup. Trudeau offered the mea culpa soon after Time Magazine posted the photo of then 29-year-old Trudeau wearing the...
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Jamal Adams rips NFL for fining him: ‘League is a damn joke’
Jamal Adams blasted the NFL for fining him for a late hit on Baker Mayfield during the Jets’ 23-3 loss to the Browns on Monday night at MetLife Stadium. Adams was called for roughing the passer on the play, which came on a third-and-8 from midfield on Cleveland’s second possession of the game. The Browns...
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North Korea Has Reportedly Caught the Blockchain Fever
North Korea is developing its own cryptocurrency—at least according to Alejandro Cao de Benos, a Spanish aristocrat and IT consultant who serves as a sort of international liaison for the country’s totalitarian, militaristic government.Read more...
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PRECIOUS-Gold edges lower after Fed delivers mixed signals
Gold prices edged lower on Thursday as investors remained cautious after the U.S. Federal Reserve cut interest rates as expected but delivered mixed signals about its next move.
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Justin Trudeau Admits to Also Wearing Blackface Makeup in High School Following TIME Report
Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau apologized Wednesday night for wearing brownface at a 2001 “Arabian Nights”-themed party—less than two hours after TIME published a previously unreported yearbook photo from the event at the private school where he was teaching. In a new revelation, Trudeau also admitted that he wore blackface “makeup” in high school to…
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NYPD cop who ‘provided security’ for El Chapo’s wife busted for dealing cocaine
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Trumaine Johnson needs to save his $72.5 million job
The Jets may have a $72.5 million cheerleader on their hands. On the heels of high-priced cornerback Trumaine Johnson getting benched Monday night, Adam Gase was effusive in his praise of the cornerbacks who did play and declined to say Johnson would start Sunday against the Patriots. “It just hasn’t worked out as well as...
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House Democrat rejects GOP call for Jack Evans to testify at D.C. statehood hearing
Oversight Committee Chairman Elijah E. Cummings says voting rights shouldn’t be denied because of officials’ misdeeds.
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Politica
Donna Brazile says Dems should be 'strategic' on impeachment until all facts are out
Former Democratic National Committee Chairwoman Donna Brazile said Democrats shouldn't dive right into impeachment proceedings against President Trump until they have all the facts.
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Politica
NXT Results: Undisputed Era Top Faction in WWE, More Takeaways from 1st USA Show
All Elite Wrestling's weekly show debuts in two weeks, but WWE beat them to the punch to kick off the Wednesday Night War with the first episode of NXT on USA...
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WWE NXT Results: Winners, Grades, Highlights and Reaction from September 18
The NXT North American Championship headlined the brand's first major USA Network broadcast Wednesday night as Velveteen Dream defended against Roderick Strong in the night's main event...
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Pennsylvania State Senator Resigns After Arrest on Child Pornography Charges
The authorities said they found pornographic images on Senator Michael Folmer’s phone.
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Cuba Gooding Jr.’s impending court date hasn’t slowed his partying
Gooding belted out Journey's "Faithfully" at a karaoke bar.
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DeVos to visit school that refuses to accommodate trans students
Education Secretary Betsy DeVos will attend a roundtable on Thursday at a Pennsylvania Catholic school that subscribes to an anti-trans student policy.
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Politica
Jacinda Ardern mistakes Japan for China during Tokyo visit
New Zealand PM blames jet lag after hailing ‘relationship with China – excuse me sorry, with Japan’New Zealand prime minister Jacinda Ardern has blamed jetlag for an embarrassing gaffe on her first official visit to Japan.Ardern had only just touched down in the country and was giving an interview when she said in her opening remarks it was an “incredibly exciting time for New Zealand in its relationship with China – excuse me sorry, with Japan”. Continue reading...
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US news | The Guardian
Socialite Jean Shafiroff falls victim to identity theft
Saks and Bergdorf, where the thefts occurred, both declined to comment.
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Dolphins' Raekwon McMillan: Referee Said 'Stay Off' Tom Brady After Legal Hit
Don't even think about hitting the legend that is Tom Brady . Not even with a legal hit. According to Miami Dolphins linebacker Raekwon McMillan, that is essentially what a referee told him during Sunday's 43-0 loss to the New England Patriots ...
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Trump's 'promise' to a foreign leader is part of whistleblower complaint
The Washington Post reports tonight the whistleblower complaint that triggered a showdown between the intelligence community and Congress has to do with President Donald Trump's communications with a foreign leader, and a “promise” Trump is said to have made to that leader. Gee, wonder who that foreign leader was? The Washington Post cites two former U.S. officials familiar with the matter as its source, and they told the paper Trump’s interaction with the foreign leader included a “promise” so troubling, “it prompted an official in the U.S. intelligence community to file a formal whistleblower complaint with the inspector general for the intelligence community.” Excerpt: It was not immediately clear which foreign leader Trump was speaking with or what he pledged to deliver, but his direct involvement in the matter has not been previously disclosed. It raises new questions about the president’s handling of sensitive information and may further strain his relationship with U.S. spy agencies. One former official said the communication was a phone call. The White House did not respond to requests for comment. The Office of the Director of National Intelligence and a lawyer representing the whistleblower declined to comment. Intelligence Community Inspector General Michael Atkinson determined that the complaint was credible and troubling enough to be considered a matter of “urgent concern,” a legal threshold that requires notification of congressional oversight committees. Read the full story at WAPO: Trump’s communications with foreign leader are part of whistleblower complaint that spurred standoff between spy chief and Congress, former officials say [By Greg Miller, Ellen Nakashima, Shane Harris] Trump’s comms w/ a foreign leader are part of the whistleblower complaint that’s caused a standoff btw the spy chief and Congress — story via ⁦@nakashimae⁩ ⁦@gregpmiller⁩ & ⁦@shaneharris⁩. Read the rest
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MIT faculty responds to Epstein scandal, calling for a culture change and greater accountability
In a searing and emotional meeting Wednesday, faculty members at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology repeatedly challenged the university’s leadership to ensure that the need for research dollar...
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Plenty of Fish and other apps are going ‘filter-free’
No fake photos allowed. Dating Web site Plenty of Fish is forcing singles to post more truthful photos of themselves by banning filters from the platform, the company announced this week. The decision follows a survey by the site which found that 70 percent of singles think face-filtered photos are deceptive. The filters make users...
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From Succession to the Bold Type: how recap culture made us love TV more
Not only have blogs, explainers and podcasts made good TV better; they’ve also made bad TV goodOn Monday night I rushed home from work to watch the latest episode of Succession, HBO’s sleeper hit following the toxic machinations of the Roy family.The characters are stand-ins for the Murdochs: a news, media and entertainment dynasty trying to stay relevant in a rapidly changing world. For the most part I followed what happened in the episode. I got the call backs to earlier drama, caught the in-jokes, and more or less stayed afloat of the swirling plot that’s made the show a critical darling. But honestly, if a show like this came out two decades earlier I don’t know if I could have said that. Continue reading...
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ThriveNYC is an even bigger failure than it seems
As bad as the latest Mayor’s Management Report made first lady Chirlane McCray’s signature ThriveNYC program look, the truth is worse. The annual performance review revealed that Thrive fell way short on many of its goals last year despite a $225 million budget. Its mental health first-aid project, for example, managed to train only 50,000...
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The Mets saved Mickey Callaway from himself again
DENVER — Either it’s better to be lucky than good, or Mickey Callaway is playing intergalactic chess while the rest of us are stranded in Candy Land. Been away this entire roller coaster of a Mets season? You could’ve just watched Wednesday’s game and grasped their primary theme: Don’t count them out, even when you...
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