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Today β€” November 17th 2018Actual

Thousands protest in Norway against restricting abortion

Thousands of protesters demonstrated in Norwegian cities on Saturday against restricting women's access to abortion, the subject of talks between the ruling minority coalition and a small party seeking to join the government.

Trump says he will help Pelosi get elected speaker, says opponents are β€˜wasting their time’

By Adam Shaw

President Trump on Saturday gave full backing to House Minority Leader, D-Calif., taking the speaker’s gavel when the Democrats take the House in January -- telling reporters that those considering a challenge to her “are wasting their time.”

SMS 2FA database leak drama, MageCart mishaps, Black Friday badware, and more

Plus, why is Kaspersky Lab getting into chess?

Roundup What a week it has been: we had the creation of a new government agency, a meltdown flashback, and of course, Patch Tuesday.…

  • November 17th 2018 at 14:47

Migrant Kids Survive Hardship To Reunite With Parents. Then What?

By Rhitu Chatterjee
Migrant children who travel to the United States to be reunited with a parent often make the difficult journey alone. But reunification with a parent after years of separation rarely goes as smoothly as they expect.

Most children moving to the U.S. from Central America come without adults, hoping to join parents or family already living in the U.S. To succeed, psychologists say, these families need support.

(Image credit: Sara Wong for NPR)

  • November 17th 2018 at 13:47

Supermarket launches edible insects at Β£1.50 a packet

Sainsbury's has become the first UK high street supermarket to stock edible insects.

  • November 17th 2018 at 12:50

Oz 'trolley hero' in court on burglary charges

A homeless man hailed a hero in Australia after he used a shopping trolley to try to stop a knife-wielding terrorist has appeared in court facing burglary charges.

  • November 17th 2018 at 12:03

Border city struggling to cope with migrant 'tsunami'

The Mexican city where the migrant caravan making its way through central America has reached the US border is unable to cope with the "avalanche" of people, officials have said.

  • November 17th 2018 at 11:07

Border city struggling to cope with migrant 'tsunami'

The Mexican city where the migrant caravan making its way through central America has reached the US border is unable to cope with the "avalanche" of people, officials have said.

  • November 17th 2018 at 11:07

Report: US-led airstrikes kill 40 in IS-held area of Syria

At least 40 people, mostly women and children, were killed Saturday by U.S.-led airstrikes on the last pocket held by Islamic State militants in eastern Syria, a war monitor and Syrian state media reported.

Trump to discuss Khashoggi murder with Secretary of State Pompeo, CIA

U.S. President Donald Trump said he had not yet been briefed on the CIA's conclusions regarding the murder of Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi, but that he would speak with Secretary of State Mike Pompeo and the CIA about the issue later on Saturday.

Avenatti's law firm evicted from California offices over unpaid $213G rent

By Lukas Mikelionis

Michael Avenatti’s law practice firm was ordered to be evicted from its California offices over unpaid rent after the judge dismissed his attempt to block the eviction, the latest setback for the embattled lawyer who was arrested on domestic violence charges earlier this week.

Trump will speak to Pompeo, CIA about Khashoggi: Bloomberg

U.S. President Donald Trump said on Saturday he would speak with Secretary of State Mike Pompeo and the CIA about Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi, who was murdered in the Saudi consulate in Istanbul in October, Bloomberg said on Twitter.

The Russia Investigations: Trump Says His Answers For Mueller Are Done. Now What?

By Philip Ewing
President Trump makes remarks prior to signing a bill in the Oval Office of the White House on Friday. The president also took questions from reporters.

The president told reporters that he wrote the answers to questions from the special counsel and that he did so "very easily." He also said he suspected some were designed to be a "perjury trap."

(Image credit: Pool/Getty Images)

  • November 17th 2018 at 13:00

Sign Here: Why Elections Officials Struggle To Match Voters' Signatures

By Brian Naylor
A Utah County election worker verifies signatures on mail-in ballots for the midterm elections on Nov. 6.

Officials are still counting ballots from the midterm elections in several states — in part because of the signature verification process. But signatures change over time, especially young people's.

(Image credit: George Frey/Getty Images)

  • November 17th 2018 at 13:00

PHOTOS: Dust And Danger For Adults β€” And Kids β€” In Bolivia's Mines

By Jake Harper
Francescangeli says boys sometimes work long hours and are often tasked with pushing carts to move rocks out of the mines. "Being a child in these places is really hard," he says. "If they have some time to spend in a free way, they like to be children. But their life doesn

When photographer Simone Francescangeli took pictures of the miners, he was struck by the dangerous environment — and the number of children he saw working in the mines.

(Image credit: Simone Francescangeli)

  • November 17th 2018 at 13:00
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