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Giuliani on Trump groping allegations: 'I believe Donald Trump'

It's not going to make a difference in IN, not going to make a difference in North Carolina, not going to make a difference in a lot of other places where they don't have this tradition of cheating. And I know that because they control the polling places in these areas. They don't control the inner cities the way Democrats do. There are no Republicans, and it's very hard to get people there who will challenge votes. Read More »

European Union chief promises tough talks on United Kingdom departure

His colleague, Ed Miliband, the former party leader, accused the Government of being "desperate to avoid" a Commons vote because it feared there was not enough support for a hard Brexit, which would involve leaving the single market. However, London's High Court is due on Thursday to start hearing a legal challenge led by a pro-EU investment fund manager seeking to force May into letting parliament decide when, how and whether to invoke Article 50. Read More »

United Kingdom and USA consider extra sanctions against Syria

The west has accused Russian Federation of carrying out the indiscriminate aerial bombing of civilians in Aleppo in support of Syrian President Bashar al-Assad's forces. "When a great power is involved in a fight like this, as Russian Federation has chosen to be by going there and then putting its missiles in place in order to threaten people against military action, it raises the stakes of confrontation", Kerry said after the meeting in London . Read More »

Syria talks in Swiss city of Lausanne end with no deal

An worldwide meeting on Syria was held in the Swiss city of Lausanne on Saturday, in the presence of U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry, Russian Foreign Affairs Minister Sergei Lavrov, Saudi Foreign Affairs Minister Adel Al-Jubeir and his Turkish counterpart Mevlut Cavusoglu, as well as United Nations. Read More »

Email: Hillary Clinton campaign tried to move back Illinois primary date

The Republican nominee also argued that emails released by Wikileaks showed Clinton had been "viciously attacking Catholics and evangelicals". Podesta told reporters on Clinton's campaign plane Tuesday that the FBI is investigating the leaks as part of a broader investigation into Russian hacking of Democratic groups. Read More »

We can't afford differences on terrorism: Modi tells Jinping

Modi said that the convergence of BRICS and Bimstec would provide a ideal opportunity to frame economic and development partnership, shape ties in the fields of energy, agriculture, technology, fisheries, and culture, structure trade, investment and commercial partnerships and resources to fight terrorism and transnational crime. Read More »

Navy ships possibly fired upon from Yemen

Strike Group transiting worldwide waters in the Red Sea detected possible inbound missile threats and deployed appropriate defensive countermeasures", Gary Ross, the commander of the U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry said Saturday that Houthi rebels in Yemen had released two US citizens as part of an arrangement that included airlifts of Yemenis wounded in the funeral attack. Read More »

Donald Trump on India: 'We're going to be best friends'


If we could get India and Pakistan getting along, I would be honored to do that. Trump appearing at the event is a significant accomplishment for the coalition, he said. when we need the skill we can do that. but I really do want to take care of American jobs and America first". Sitting next to Bhatt was Sid Thakkar, who said, "I'm excited to be here". Read More »

Diplomats forge new track to end Syria violence but no truce

President Barack Obama has been adamant that U.S. forces will not become caught up in the war and Kerry was hoping that talks with Russian Federation and regional powers may yield new ideas. Speaking to reporters at the end of talks in Lausanne , Mevlut Cavusoglu said: "People in Syria are stuck in the fighting, there is air bombardment in Aleppo, they suffer from hunger and regime attacks". Read More »

Tears of joy as Chibok girls reunite with parents


During a Christian ceremony held for them in the capital Abuja, a schoolgirl named Gloria Dame said they had survived for 40 days without food and narrowly escaped death at least once. Almost 200 girls remain captive, though it is not known how many of them may have died. He also debunked the claim that numerous girls were pregnant. Read More »

Clinton Hits Trump on Taxes, Video at Post-Debate Rally in MI


They came up with an in-your-face strategy - bringing four Clinton accusers - Kathleen Willey, Juanita Broaddrick, Kathy Shelton And Paula Jones - to his face-off with Hillary Clinton . "I mean, the National Basketball Association, Major League Baseball, the NFL, and more". Jacob Tamme, a tight end for the Atlanta Falcons, for example, tweeted , "Please stop saying "locker room talk, '" and, "It's not normal". Read More »

Everyone votes by mail in Plumas

Here's an example of one from Maryland, which recently replaced all of its touchscreen voting machines with paper ballots. Also, know the rules in your state. While the technology used in numerous voting machines is not state of the art anymore and could be updated, "it is good enough certainly for us to run a secure, effective election", concurred Becker. Read More »

Gun battle at LA restaurant leaves 3 dead, 12 wounded

Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti released a statement saying he was certain police would get to the bottom of the incident. Los Angeles Police Department Officer Mike Lopez says that two possible suspects are being questioned. The shooting took place at a party being held at a home that was serving as a makeshift restaurant. The mayor says "we can not tolerate these tragedies multiplying in communities across America". Read More »

Turkey to Participate in Liberation of Iraq's Mosul From Daesh - Erdogan

It took more than a year, but the program Clinton cited has produced a more competent Iraqi military and set the stage for an Iraqi campaign to retake the northern city of Mosul. "We have explained to all of our friends that the operation planned for Mosul should be limited to removing Daesh", Yildirim said, using an Arabic acronym for IS. Read More »

Hillary Clinton: Donald Trump 'Literally Stalked Me' During Presidentail Debate

Clinton also revealed what it was like sharing the stage with Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump during the more recent debate last Sunday, joking that Trump would "literally stalk me around the stage". Obama even suggested Trump himself has spent his life trying to convince the world that he's a member of the global elite he now claims is trying to control America. Read More »

Cannot have differences on terror: Modi to Xi

Swarup said that Xi underlined that "terrorism and violent extremism were on the increase", alluding to the threat from the Islamic State terror group. "This will be discussed in the next round and our expectation is that China will take all steps.(to check the menace)". On the trade front, PM Modi said both countries continue to expand, diversify and deepen economic engagement. Read More »

Women Accuse Trump Of Groping, Unwanted Kisses


Leeds was a traveling businesswoman at a paper company at the time . As Trump spoke at a rally, Summer Zervos, an ex-contestant on his reality TV show "The Apprentice " came forward to accuse him of kissing, groping and thrusting his genitals at her during a meeting at a California hotel in 2007. Read More »

Vols Hoping To Limit Top-Ranked Alabama's Big Plays

Nick Saban is now 10-0 as the Alabama head coach in games against Arkansas . Will Saturday's matchup between Alabama and Tennessee wind up being a defensive struggle at 3:30PM ET? The Tide has 17 five star players , 44 four stars and 21 three star players and a roster rating of 92.76. Read More »

Jim Prentice among dead in plane crash

The Transportation Safety Board confirms four people were killed after a twin-engine jet went down in some hills north of Kelowna. All four people on board died, according to the Transportation Safety Board. Former Alberta Health Minister and MLA Stephen Mandel spoke about his fondest memory of Prentice. He later ran for the Alberta PC leadership. Jim brought his remarkable work-ethic, intellect and passion to bear on matters critical to the improvement of quality of life for First Nations ... Read More »

Nigeria's president says wife 'belongs to my kitchen'


The leader made the comment in response to a 14 October interview with the BBC , in which Aisha Buhari said she might not support her husband in 2019 presidential election. It is clear that for the government to function efficiently, the goals of key members of the administration have to be in sync but some of the language used by the first lady casts doubts over exactly what she advocating for. Read More »

Turkey warns assault on Mosul would trigger refugee wave


Meanwhile, a U.S. State Department official told Anadolu Agency on condition of anonymity on October 13 that Turkish forces had entered Iraq with Baghdad's consent. Baghdad wants Turkish troops to leave Bashika. "Erdogan is trying to make sure that he has a say in the future of the affairs in Mosul as well as Iraq", said Erdemir. Read More »

Trump called Khloe Kardashian a 'fat piglet,' 'ugly Kardashian'


Khloe Kardashian appeared on the " Celebrity Apprentice " on 2009 and Donald Trump reportedly called her a "fat piglet" and the "ugly Kardashian" to staffers. "It was on him not liking her". Since that tape was made public by the Washington Post on October 8, a growing number of women have begun publicly accusing Trump of the very sort of behavior described in 2005. Read More »

Gold prices edge lower as equities, dollar gain

The safe haven yen pushed higher after data showed that China´s exports denominated in yuan fell 5.6 percent in September from a year earlier. Producer prices, which were expected to fall 0.3 percent in September, edged up 0.1 percent. Spot gold was up 0.2 percent at $1,255.42 an ounce by 2:51 p.m. EDT (1851 GMT), hovering above last week's four-month low at $1,241.20. Last month regulators said Wells Fargo opened bank and credit card accounts without telling customers and also moved money ... Read More »

"Western Wall is the holiest place in Judaism" — UNESCO Director-General

The draft is perceived by Israelis and Jews as the latest development that indicates Unesco's anti-Israeli bias. While the UNESCO resolution affirmed Judaism's, Christianity's, and Islam's connection to Jerusalem , it made no mention of Judaism's connection to the Temple Mount , which is revered as the holiest site in Judaism. Read More »

Email: Clinton campaign tried to move back Illinois primary

Hillary Clinton's campaign chairman John Podesta is facing more trouble with hackers. "Many of the most powerful elements of the conservative movement are all Catholic (many converts)". For his part, Podesta has not responded to questions about individual emails but said the Federal Bureau of Investigation contacted him over the weekend and confirmed it was investigating the hacking of his account as part of the ongoing probe in other Democratic Party hacking by groups with Russian ties. Read More »

Pence steps past Trump on Syria, underscoring differences


Republican Congresswoman Kristi Noem, while not immediately pulling her endorsement said on social media "No one should ever talk about a woman - another person for that matter - in the repulsive way that Donald Trump did". "I thought supporting the nominee was the best thing for our country and our party", Alabama Rep. Martha Roby said in a statement. "I truly do believe it is - the right to vote is a sacred right that was won and was protected by these men and women in uniform and for our ... Read More »

Shailene Woodley given court date following arrest during Dakota pipeline protest


The line terminates in Casper, where another pipeline, the Platte, takes the oil east to IL. He said the protest was a "stupid move" that did not accomplish its goal. Meanwhile, the North Dakota Department of Agriculture has opened a hotline for farmers and ranchers affected by Dakota Access protests. That followed an appeals court ruling over the weekend that denied the tribe's request for an emergency injunction. Read More »

US ship fires missiles, destroys three Yemeni radar sites


Located on the southern edge of Arabian Peninsula, Yemen plunged into civil war when the Houthi forces, a Shiite rebel group, moved into the capital city of Sanaa and overthrew the country's internationally recognized government and its president, Abd Rabbuh Mansur Hadi. Read More »

Pence emerges in NC with praise, 'forgiveness' for Trump

An aide said Pence had spoken with Trump after Sunday's debate. Pence said her failure to negotiate an agreement with Iraq to keep USA forces there created a vacuum that ISIS took advantage of. "The American people remember a day when we had a president in Washington who erased 18 1/2 minutes and they ran him out of town", says Pence. From the outset, he's treated Pence - a church-going, Bible-reading, long-married Hoosier - as a second, or third, banana. Read More »