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Washington Post

Trump attacks second Kavanaugh accuser, saying she 'has nothing,' admits she was drunk
Washington Post
President Trump on Tuesday attacked the second woman who has accused Judge Brett M. Kavanaugh of sexual misconduct, dismissing her account because she was “totally inebriated and all messed up,” and accused Democrats of playing a “con game” in ...
Republicans Rally Around Kavanaugh NominationWall Street Journal
The Biggest Divides On The Kavanaugh Allegations Are By Party — Not GenderFiveThirtyEight
Trump's Darkest DaysProject Syndicate
Inside Higher Ed -The New Yorker
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New York Times

UN General Assembly Updates: Trump Speaks Out on Globalization
New York Times
President Trump delivered his second address to the United Nations General Assembly, a year after threatening North Korea with “fire and fury.” Video. Advertisement. LIVE. 00:00. 00:00. Watch Live: Leaders Speak to The United Nations General Assembly.
A Chef's Quest to Bring North Korean Cold Noodles to AmericaEater
Why President Trump Should Say No to a Trump-Kim Summit 2.0Forbes

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WFTV Orlando

Teacher fired after refusing to abide by 'No zero' policy when students didn't hand in work
WFTV Orlando
A South Florida teacher said she was fired after she refused to give a student a 50 percent grade on homework that was not turned in, CNN reported. Related Headlines. The principal of San Jose Academy & Preparatory High School is one of the first Duval ...
Florida teacher says she was fired for giving zerosOrlando Sentinel

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New York Times

Bill Cosby Sentencing Updates: Judge Rules He Is a Sexually Violent Predator
New York Times
... • Bill Cosby arrived in court in Norristown, Pa., on Tuesday to be sentenced for drugging and sexually assaulting Andrea Constand at his home near Philadelphia 14 years ago. Prosecutors have asked that he be sentenced to the maximum: 10 years in ...
Cosby prosecutor asks for 5 to 10 years in prisonAssociated Press

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New York Times

Your Tuesday News Briefing: Rod Rosenstein, Labour, General Assembly
New York Times
(Want to get this briefing by email? Here's the sign-up.) Good morning. Turmoil in Washington, a left turn for Labour and ecstasy for octopuses. Here's the latest: Image. CreditEric Thayer for The New York Times. • Rod Rosenstein is in limbo. The ...
Kavanaugh tries unprecedented move to save his chance for the Supreme CourtCNN
Rosenstein's tumultuous day capped with lingering suspenseCNN
Trump 'didn't expect' UN speech reaction he gotCNN

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Vanity Fair

Instagram's Founders Head for the Exits, Leaving Mark Zuckerberg in Total Control
Vanity Fair
Part of Mark Zuckerberg's strategy for global dominance has involved a canny series of acquisitions. In recent years, the Facebook C.E.O. has purchased WhatsApp for $19 billion, and Oculus, a virtual-reality start-up, for $2 billion. One of his most ...
With Instagram's Founders Out, Welcome to Facebook Inc.The Atlantic
Why Instagram's founders are resigning: independence from Facebook weakenedTechCrunch
Instagram's Co-Founders to Step Down From CompanyNew York Times
Telegraph.co.uk
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Bloomberg

US Sanctions Venezuelan President Maduro's Wife for Corruption
Bloomberg
The U.S. sanctioned Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro's wife and several close associates in an escalation of Trump administration efforts to punish the socialist regime for corruption and anti-democratic practices. Cilia Flores de Maduro, 61, is the ...
US sanctions Venezuelan president's wife, ministersReuters
US Adds Maduro's Wife to Sanctions ListWall Street Journal

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Fox News

College president apologizes for viral video of him drinking from beer bong while tailgating
Fox News
A college president has apologized for drinking from a beer bong while tailgating before last Saturday's football game, promising that it “will not happen again.” Dr. Carlos Vargas, Southeast Missouri State University President, said in a statement to ...

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Wall Street Journal

Trade Deal Could Move Ahead Without Canada, According to US Trade Representative
Wall Street Journal
President Trump's trade czar signaled the U.S. and Mexico are ready to leave Canada behind in the North American Free Trade Agreement—and move ahead with a new version of the deal in days. “There is still a fair amount of distance between us,” U.S. ...

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Vox

How 3.4 million chickens drowned in Hurricane Florence
Vox
As North Carolina cleans up from the damage wrought by Hurricane Florence, the scale of the devastation is now coming into focus — including to victims who usually get less attention in disasters like this. North Carolina's Department of Agriculture ...
North Carolina, a 'Slow Spender' State, Struggles to Hand Out Storm AidNew York Times

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