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Impeachment’s hectic fourth week ends. Here’s what to look for next week.

Impeachment’s hectic fourth week ends. Here’s what to look for next week.The fourth week of the Democrats’ impeachment inquiry in Congress was the busiest so far, with five different depositions, a fractious meeting of Republicans and Democrats at the White House, and a shocking press conference by President Trump’s chief of staff.


  • October 18th 2019 at 23:45

Report: Diocese of Lansing mishandled 1990 sexual abuse case

Report: Diocese of Lansing mishandled 1990 sexual abuse caseThe Roman Catholic Diocese of Lansing says an independent investigator determined that the diocese failed to investigate allegations that a priest had sexually assaulted a man at a boxing training camp decades ago. The diocese on Thursday released the findings of an independent investigation conducted by a law firm it hired to look into the matter. The investigators say the man sent the Rev. Pat Egan a letter in 1990 saying Egan had sexually assaulted him the previous year, when the accuser was about 25 years old.


  • October 18th 2019 at 23:41

A day in Elton John's life: Buy Rolls, write hit song, dine with Ringo

A day in Elton John's life: Buy Rolls, write hit song, dine with RingoWhen Elton John was working on his new autobiography, the legendary singer, songwriter and performer pulled out diaries he had been encouraged to write during a stint in rehab. One entry read like this: "Got up, tidied the house, bought a Rolls Royce, had dinner, wrote 'Candle in the Wind,' had dinner with Ringo Starr," the musician said. The diary entries helped jog John's memories from his 50-year career filled with hit records, Grammy awards and royal friendships but also addiction and a suicide attempt two days before a show at Dodger Stadium in Los Angeles.


  • October 18th 2019 at 23:37

Early life stress tied to increased pain sensitivity later

Early life stress tied to increased pain sensitivity laterResearchers focused on stressful life events that might occur in children’s households during pregnancy or early childhood such as pregnancy complications, the death of a close friend or family member, marital problems or breakups, job loss or other financial hardships, or residential moves. Then, researchers tested pain sensitivity for 1,065 participants when they reached 22 years old. “Significant life stress is known to result in changes to the body’s biological systems partially by modifying gene expression,” said Rob Waller, lead author of the study and a researcher at Curtin University in Perth, Australia.


  • October 18th 2019 at 23:35

Charges: Cemetery killer booby-trapped home to target police

Charges: Cemetery killer booby-trapped home to target policeHenry West, of Schofield, appeared Friday in court, where his cash bond was set at $10 million. West, 64, is charged with one count of first-degree intentional homicide, 11 counts of attempted first-degree intentional homicide, one count of arson, three counts of attempted arson and resisting or obstructing an officer, the Wausau Daily Herald reported. Authorities say he opened fire Oct. 3 at Pine Grove Cemetery in Wausau.


  • October 18th 2019 at 23:34

Brexit day of reckoning: parliament to vote on Johnson's deal

Brexit day of reckoning: parliament to vote on Johnson's dealPrime Minister Boris Johnson puts his last-minute Brexit deal to a vote in an extraordinary sitting of the British parliament on Saturday, a day of reckoning that could decide the course of the United Kingdom's departure from the European Union. More than three years since the United Kingdom voted 52-48 to be the first sovereign country to leave the European project, Johnson will try to win parliament's approval for the divorce treaty he struck in Brussels on Thursday. In a day of Brexit high drama, lawmakers convene for the first Saturday sitting since the 1982 Argentine invasion of the Falklands, while hundreds of thousands of people march to parliament demanding another referendum.


  • October 18th 2019 at 23:30

UK's Johnson promises parliament role in post-Brexit talks with EU

UK's Johnson promises parliament role in post-Brexit talks with EUBritish Prime Minister Boris Johnson's government tried to win over lawmakers ahead of a crucial Brexit vote on Saturday, promising once the withdrawal deal was agreed, parliament would have a say on talks with the EU on trade and workers rights. On Friday, Johnson's Downing Street office said there would be a parliamentary vote on a ministerial statement regarding the objectives of the future negotiations with the European Union as well as once those talks have concluded.


  • October 18th 2019 at 23:30

Ex-officer who killed black man given 1-year prison sentence

Ex-officer who killed black man given 1-year prison sentenceA former Georgia police officer who fatally shot an unarmed, fleeing black man was sentenced to one year in prison Friday, nearly two weeks after a jury acquitted him of manslaughter charges but found him guilty of violating his oath of office. Superior Court Judge Stephen Scarlett in Camden County near the Georgia-Florida state line also gave Zechariah Presley four years of probation. Presley's wife said her husband was the "backbone" of their family, and their sons would be devastated if he were away longer.


  • October 18th 2019 at 23:30

UPDATE 1-U.S. lawmakers urge Apple to restore HKMap app used in Hong Kong

UPDATE 1-U.S. lawmakers urge Apple to restore HKMap app used in Hong KongA bipartisan group of seven U.S. lawmakers including Senators Ted Cruz, Ron Wyden and Marco Rubio and Representative Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez on Friday urged Apple Inc Chief Executive Tim Cook to restore the HKMap app used in Hong Kong. Earlier this month, Apple removed the app that helped Hong Kong protesters track police movements, saying it was used to target officers.


  • October 18th 2019 at 23:28

Mexican authorities release 'El Chapo's' son as violence breaks out during attempted arrest

Mexican authorities release 'El Chapo's' son as violence breaks out during attempted arrestMexican President Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador defended local authorities' decision to call off a deadly raid in Sinaloa Cartel territory and release Joaquin "El Chapo" Guzman's fugitive son, saying one criminal wasn't worth risking the lives of others in the area. A deadly gunfight erupted in the Mexican city of Culiacán, Sinaloa state, late Thursday afternoon, after cartel fighters attacked security forces who were trying to arrest Ovidio Guzmán López, one of Mexican drug lord Joaquin "El Chapo" Guzman's sons.


  • October 18th 2019 at 23:26

Tropical storm menaces U.S. southeast, New Orleans to demolish cranes

Tropical storm menaces U.S. southeast, New Orleans to demolish cranesFlorida cities such as Indian Pass faced up to five feet (1.5 meters) of storm surge while parts of Mississippi, Alabama and Louisiana could be pummeled by gale force winds and up to six inches of rain, the National Hurricane Center said. The center of Storm Nestor was set to hit the northern Gulf Coast late on Friday then move inland across the southeast on Saturday and Sunday, the center said.


  • October 18th 2019 at 23:23

The Latest: Mayor: Chief drank before falling ill in car

The Latest: Mayor: Chief drank before falling ill in carChicago's mayor says that the police superintendent told her that he had a couple of drinks with dinner the night he later pulled over his vehicle because he felt lightheaded and fell asleep. Mayor Lori Lightfoot tells the Chicago Sun-Times that Superintendent Eddie Johnson also told her what he told the media about that he had recently changed medications and felt ill while driving home early Thursday and pulled over. Lightfoot says she has "no reason to doubt" Johnson's account of what happened, saying that she knows about various medical issues including high blood pressure that Johnson is dealing with.


  • October 18th 2019 at 23:21

Wyoming man grows 1,491-pound pumpkin, breaks state record

Wyoming man grows 1,491-pound pumpkin, breaks state recordWyoming officials have confirmed a record was broken for the largest pumpkin in the state weighing in at more than a thousand pounds. Wyoming Tribune Eagle reported Thursday that Andy Corbin grew the biggest and heaviest pumpkin in the state in his backyard and that it weighed in at 1,491 pounds (676 kilograms). For perspective, scientists say baby elephants are born about 200 pounds (91 kilograms) on average.


  • October 18th 2019 at 23:21

Tropical storm menaces U.S. southeast, New Orleans to demolish cranes

Tropical storm menaces U.S. southeast, New Orleans to demolish cranesTropical Storm Nestor barrelled towards Florida's Gulf Coast on Friday, packing life-threatening storm surge, with New Orleans preparing to demolish two damaged construction cranes officials fear could collapse in high winds. Florida cities such as Indian Pass faced up to five feet (1.5 meters) of storm surge while parts of Mississippi, Alabama and Louisiana could be pummelled by gale force winds and up to six inches of rain, the National Hurricane Center said.


  • October 18th 2019 at 23:16

British police arrest man in Manchester after knife reports

British police arrest man in Manchester after knife reportsBritish police arrested a man on Friday after reports of a man with a knife at Manchester Arndale Centre but said there was no wider threat to the city. "Police remain in attendance at Manchester Arndale Centre following reports of a man with a knife," police said. "There are no reported injuries," police said.


  • October 18th 2019 at 23:08

Big baby: Female Masai giraffe born at Los Angeles Zoo

Big baby: Female Masai giraffe born at Los Angeles ZooA big baby has made its debut at Los Angeles Zoo. The zoo announced this week that a female Masai giraffe was born on Oct. 5, the fifth baby for the mother, Hasina, and the sixth for the father, Phillip. The parents were paired in a breeding program designed to save the threatened species.


  • October 18th 2019 at 23:08

UPDATE 1-G20 kicks off debate to regulate 'stablecoins' in hit to Facebook's Libra

UPDATE 1-G20 kicks off debate to regulate 'stablecoins' in hit to Facebook's LibraGroup of 20 finance leaders on Friday agreed to set strict regulations on cryptocurrencies such as Facebook's Libra, warning that issuance of such "stablecoins" should not be allowed until various global risks they pose are addressed. The agreement came after a G7 working group warned that when launched on a wide scale, stablecoins - digital currencies usually backed by traditional money and other assets - could threaten the world's monetary system and financial stability.


  • October 18th 2019 at 23:07

Secondhand smoke may damage children's eyes

Secondhand smoke may damage children's eyesIn a study of Chinese children, a structure in the back of the eye became increasingly thin with increasing exposure to secondhand smoke, researchers report in JAMA Ophthalmology. "Secondhand smoking exposure in children is an important public health threat, affecting up to 40% of children," said study coauthor Jason Yam of The Chinese University of Hong Kong.


  • October 18th 2019 at 23:04

Reuters Science News Summary

Reuters Science News SummaryA Paris zoo showcased a mysterious new organism on Wednesday, dubbed the "blob", a yellowish unicellular small living being which looks like a fungus but acts like an animal. Scientists who resurrected a 50,000-year-old gene sequence have analyzed it to figure out how the world's deadliest malaria parasite jumped from gorillas to humans - giving insight into the origins of one of human history's biggest killers.


  • October 18th 2019 at 22:59

Reuters Entertainment News Summary

Reuters Entertainment News SummaryLegendary Cuban ballerina Alicia Alonso, who achieved global acclaim in the 1940s and went on to run the internationally renowned National Ballet of Cuba for decades, died on Thursday at age 98, state-run media said. "Alicia Alonso has gone and left an enormous void, but also an unbeatable legacy," President Miguel Diaz-Canel said in a post on Twitter. "She positioned Cuba at the altar of the best of dance worldwide.


  • October 18th 2019 at 22:59
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