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Hurricane Zeta slams Louisiana causing mass power outages, flooding

Zeta had top sustained winds of 110 (177 kph) as a Category 2 hurricane and was the 27th named storm…

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Man charged in alleged plot to kidnap Michigan governor threatened Trump, Obama: FBI

A man charged in an alleged conspiracy to kidnap Michigan’s governor also made threatening online comments about U.S. President Donald…

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U.S. election: Millions of mail-in ballots not yet returned in battleground states

At least 35 million mail ballots had been returned or accepted as of early Wednesday, according to data collected by…

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Boeing reports losses for 4th straight quarter amid COVID-19, grounded 737s

Chief Executive Dave Calhoun told employees Boeing now expects to eliminate some 30,000 jobs to reach a workforce around 130,000…

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Former U.S. Homeland Security official says he wrote ‘Anonymous’ anti-Trump book

Taylor has been an outspoken critic of Trump’s in recent months and had repeatedly denied he was the author of…

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Billionaire blared ‘Gilligan’s Island’ song on loop to ‘bully’ neighbour: lawsuit

Billionaire Bill Gross and his neighbour, Mark Towfiq, are locked in a legal battle over a sculpture. Read More source

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Rooster kills police chief after raid on illegal cockfight

The rooster cut his artery with its ankle blade in a freak accident in the Philippines. Read More source

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What is QAnon, the conspiracy theory supporting Trump in the 2020 presidential election?

At its core, the far-right conspiracy theory is that U.S. President Donald Trump is fighting a battle against evil. Read…

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Turkish leaders condemn Charlie Hebdo magazine over cartoon mocking Erdogan

Leaders from around the Muslim world also added their voices to criticism of what they see as attacks on Islam…

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‘Extra tension’: U.S. voters worry about safety at the polls ahead of election

Americans aren’t accustomed to worrying about violence or safety ahead of an election. Read More source

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After 111 days, Australia’s second-largest city relaxes coronavirus lockdown

The lockdown changes will allow 6,200 retail stores, 5,800 cafés and restaurants, 1,000 beauty salons and 800 pubs to reopen,…

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How the presidential election could affect the Canada-U.S. border

The United States is the epicentre of the virus, with more than 8.7 million infections and a death toll greater…

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U.S. election: More than 70M Americans have cast their ballots early

The tally, which shows a record-breaking pace that could lead to the highest voter turnout in percentage terms in more…

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Tropical Storm Zeta takes aim at Louisiana as residents brace

Already this year, Louisiana has been hit by two tropical storms and two hurricanes: Laura, blamed for at least 27…

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United Nations cancels all in-person meetings after 5 coronavirus cases reported

The United Nations on Tuesday cancelled all in-person meetings for this week after a U.N. member nation reported five cases…

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Trump website ‘defaced,’ campaign spokesman says

U.S. President Donald Trump’s website was “defaced” Tuesday evening, one of his campaign spokesman has confirmed. Read More source

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Student protesters in Thailand call for political change

Fed up with an archaic educational system and enraged by the military’s efforts to keep control over their nation, the…

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U.S. Election: Democrats, Republicans race to secure the ex-pat vote in Canada

There are approximately 660,000 American citizens in Canada, and in the last U.S. election, about five per cent of them…

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