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  • Hanging Chads Long Gone, Florida Has Another Election Nightmare

    Nearly two decades after the world learned about hanging chads, Florida is

  • Subject of Mueller probe boasts of ties to acting AG Matt Whitaker

    An obscure conservative podcast recorded by a former Trump administration official last Sunday provided a unique window into acting Attorney General Matt Whitaker and the reasons some have found his appointment alarming.

  • CIA Determines Saudi Crown Prince Ordered Jamal Khashoggi’s Assassination

    CIA officials are certain that Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman ordered

  • Leaked chat logs on hacks may be part of case against Julian Assange

    While transparency advocates and First Amendment activists have consistently worried that Assange’s arrest and conviction would set a bad precedent for the media if Assange is charged with espionage for publishing classified documents, it’s possible the charges will have to do with his solicitation of those materials.

  • Argentina Finds Missing Sub One Year Later But Lacks Resources To Surface It

    BUENOS AIRES, Argentina (AP) -- The Argentine government acknowledged on

  • California presses search for fire victims, number of missing soars

    Remains of at least 63 people have been recovered so far in and around the Sierra foothills hamlet of Paradise, which was home to nearly 27,000 residents before the town was largely incinerated by the deadly Camp Fire on the night of Nov. 8. More than a week later, firefighters have managed to carve containment lines around 45 percent of the blaze's perimeter, up from 35 percent a day earlier, even as the burned landscape grew slightly to 142,000 acres (57,000 hectares). More than 11,000 evacuees were being housed in 14 emergency shelters set up in churches, schools and community centers around the region, American Red Cross spokeswoman Greta Gustafson said.

  • See San Francisco Almost Disappear Behind Wildfire Smoke in These Viral Photos

    Photos show that San Francisco is covered with a cloud of smoke from the Camp Fire

  • After 'nap-gate', Duterte skips APEC summit dinner

    Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte passed on a gala dinner at a regional summit in Papua New Guinea, days after skipping key meetings in another gathering of world leaders for a "power nap". Duterte, who has a well-known disdain for stiff diplomatic gatherings, was a no-show Saturday night, sending his trade minister instead to pose with heads of state donning bright yellow and red Papua New Guinean shirts.

  • Eagle-eyed! Photographer captures stunning pictures of world's last remaining Mongolian eagle keepers

    These stunning photographs of the world’s last remaining Mongolian eagle keepers show the incredible bond between man and bird. The images, taken last month by photography tour guide Daniel Kordan, 29, show a group of 10 eagle hunters traveling between West and South Mongolia and across the Gobi Desert. The hunters train eagles from an early age and look after the majestic birds until they reach the age of 12.

  • Andrew Gillum Concedes Florida Gubernatorial Race To Ron DeSantis

    Andrew Gillum, the Democratic mayor of Tallahassee running for governor of

  • Federal judge sides with CNN, orders White House to restore Jim Acosta's press pass

    U.S. District Court Judge Timothy J. Kelly, who was appointed by President Trump, ordered the White House to reinstate CNN correspondent Jim Acosta’s press pass.

  • Mueller Promises More Details on Manafort Case in 10 Days

    Lawyers in the case were supposed to submit a status report Friday but asked U.S. District Judge Amy Berman Jackson in Washington for an extension until Nov. 26. Mueller and Manafort said “the parties have been meeting” since the last court hearing on Sept. 14.

  • Joe Biden Just Adopted An Adorable Shelter Dog

    Joe Biden is welcoming a furry new member to his family.

  • Netanyahu's government teeters as coalition allies say it is 'not possible' to continue

    Israel’s government was in turmoil on Friday after one of Benjamin Netanyahu’s main coalition partners said there was “no possibility” the government could keep working and called for early elections.  The Right-wing Jewish Home party called for the government to dissolve itself and being setting a date for elections after Mr Netanyahu refused to give them control of the defence ministry.  The party stopped short of pulling out of the government, which would have triggered an immediate collapse, but there seemed to be little prospect of holding the fractious coalition together.  As the coalition started teeter, Mr Netanyahu issued a last-minute call for unity and warned that it would be “a historic mistake” for Right-wing parties to bring down his government.     “Prime Minister Netanyahu will continue to talk with coalition leaders on Sunday so that they will not make a historic mistake of toppling a right-wing government,” said a spokesman for Mr Netanyahu’s Likud party.  Mr Netanyahu raised the spectre of the collapse of a Likud-led government in 1992, which led to Labour taking power and signing the Oslo Accords agreement with the Palestinians, to the fury the Israeli Right.  Naftali Bennett (right), the leader of the Jewish Home, wants elections immediately Credit: ABIR SULTAN/AFP/Getty Images But Jewish Home appeared adamant that there was nothing left to negotiate, saying there was “no possibility of continuing the current government”. Jewish Home called for “elections as soon as possible” and said the coalition parties would meet on Sunday to set a date for the election.  The earliest elections could happen is February but Mr Netanyahu is likely to push for a later date.  The political crisis was sparked when Avigdor Lieberman, Israel’s hawkish defence minister, resigned on Wednesday in protest at Mr Netanyahu’s decision to strike a ceasefire deal with Hamas to end 24 hours of fighting in Gaza. Mr Lieberman accused the prime minister of “surrendering to terror” and said Israel should have moved more aggressively against Islamist militants in the Gaza Strip. His decision to take his party out of the coalition left Mr Netanyahu’s government with a majority of one, controlling only 61 seats in the 120 seat parliament.   Avigdor Lieberman, Israel's defence minister, resigned on Wednesday Credit: REUTERS/Ammar Awad Naftali Bennett, the leader of Jewish Home, then demanded that Mr Netanyahu appoint him defence minister. The two men met for crunch talks on Friday and Mr Netanyahu refused to hand over the defence post, saying he planned to act as defence minister himself.  The decision means Mr Netanyahu will simultaneously serve as Israel’s prime minister, defence minister, foreign minister, and health minister.  Despite the chaos of this week and the corruption scandal swirling around him and his wife, Mr Netanyahu appears well placed to win an election and form a new Right-wing government.  A poll for Israel’s Channel 2 found that Mr Netanyahu’s Likud would win 29 seats in an election, making it by far the biggest party. The centrist Yesh Atid party would take 18 seats while the centre-Left Zionist Union would win only 11.  However, he will be eager to delay the election as long as possible to give time for the unpopular ceasefire agreement to fade in the memories of Right-wing Israeli voters.  Mr Netanyahu has been prime minister since 2009 and served a brief three-year stint as prime minister in the late 1990s. If he is still prime minister in July next year, he will have overtaken David Ben-Gurion, Israel’s first prime minister, as the longest-serving leader of Israel.  The current government could continue serving until November 2019 but Israel’s coalition governments rarely serve out their full four-year terms. 

  • Camp Fire’s Missing Person List Climbs To 1,011 As Statewide Death Toll Rises To 74

    The number of names on the missing person's list for Northern California's