• Embattled Broward County Elections Supervisor Suggests She'll Step Down
Embattled Broward County Elections Supervisor Suggests She'll Step Down

Nelson's suit against Bay County Supervisor of Elections Mark Andersen, who told reporters this week he accepted about 150 ballots via email and fax because of his interpretation of Scott's post-Hurricane Michael order, claims Andersen refused to provide his campaign with copies of those ballots.

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  • Canada stands pat on Saudi arms sales, even after hearing Khashoggi tape
Canada stands pat on Saudi arms sales, even after hearing Khashoggi tape

Which is very handy indeed. National Security Advisor John Bolton said Tuesday that an audio recording that Turkish officials say links Saudi Arabian operatives to the murder of Jamal Khashoggi didn't appear to implicate Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman, according to a report.

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  • Melania Trump CLASHES with Trump’s national security aide and demands her RESIGNATION
Melania Trump CLASHES with Trump’s national security aide and demands her RESIGNATION

News that the first lady wanted Ricardel gone comes as the president looks to shift around key players in his post-midterms White House . Per multiple reports , there have been suspicions that Ricardel was behind some negative stories about the First Lady and there was an apparent clash between her and Melania Trump's staff over FLOTUS' rec...

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  • Hillary Vows She'll Be President Even If It Kills Us [Satire]
Hillary Vows She'll Be President Even If It Kills Us [Satire]

Clinton has come unbound. She has given mixed signals about a return, both ruling it out and musing on how she would like to be president. "You can expect her to run for president once again", the authors said . Just as Mr. Trump cleared the field, Mrs. Clinton will take down rising Democratic stars like bowling pins. The former Clinton confid...

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  • 1 said lightly injured from rocket shrapnel in Gaza border community
1 said lightly injured from rocket shrapnel in Gaza border community

Many in Israel didn't like seeing the money enter Gaza, and lambasted the government for allowing it. Chanting "revenge" and flanked by masked gunmen in camouflage, thousands of mourners in the Gaza Strip on Monday buried seven Palestinian militants killed in an Israeli incursion as the ruling Hamas group launched a feverish security sweep across...

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  • For many California wildfire evacuees, there's nothing left to return to
For many California wildfire evacuees, there's nothing left to return to

But thousands remained under evacuation orders due to the Woolsey fire . Despite earlier news reports, including by Reuters, that the fire had destroyed the home of Caitlyn Jenner, the transgender advocate and former athlete, her publicist said on Sunday that it had survived.

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  • U.S. to end inflight fueling of Saudi aircraft fighting in Yemen
U.S. to end inflight fueling of Saudi aircraft fighting in Yemen

Aid groups warn that any disruption of the port's services could precipitate a devastating starvation across the country. On Saturday, Yemeni forces seized Hodeidah's main hospital and an industrial complex as they pressed further into the city.

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  • FDLE is not investigating vote counting, regardless of what Rick Scott suggested
FDLE is not investigating vote counting, regardless of what Rick Scott suggested

Scott's campaign countered with accusations that Nelson's lawsuit is all about allowing for the counting of fraudulent votes. Nelson said Friday afternoon that Scott is impeding the democratic process and trying to stop all the votes for Florida's U.S.

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  • Sri Lanka President Maithripala Sirisena says parliament was dissolved to prevent unrest
Sri Lanka President Maithripala Sirisena says parliament was dissolved to prevent unrest

Sirisena signed an official notification dismissing the 225-member assembly with effect from midnight, clearing the way for a snap election almost two years ahead of schedule. Sirisena also suspended Parliament originally until November 16, delaying the possibility of testing the majority. In an address to the nation, Sirisena outlined the re...

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  • US listened to Khashoggi tapes, Turkish president claims
US listened to Khashoggi tapes, Turkish president claims

On Saturday evening, leaders and heads of governments from around the world, as well as heads of worldwide organizations, gathered for a dinner in the Orsay Museum in Paris ahead of the end of World War I centenary commemorations that are held in the French capital on Sunday.

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  • ‘EU should pay more for defence’
‘EU should pay more for defence’

Netanyahu had initially hoped to hold a substantive meeting with Putin on the sidelines of the worldwide event, but France discouraged such sidebar talks. "Confronted by Russian Federation, which is on our borders and which has shown itself willing to be threatening, we need to have a Europe that can better defend itself by itself and in a sovere...

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  • Florida deja vu as state election hit by chaos, fraud accusations
Florida deja vu as state election hit by chaos, fraud accusations

Scott accused Nelson of bringing in an attorney to "try to steal the election and try to thwart the will of the voters of Florida". President Donald Trump was very quick to tweet out his support of Scott. His election lawyer, Marc Elias , said on a conference call Thursday morning that by the end of the month, the senator will be preparing for ...

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  • Bring It Home! Florida Governor’s Race Reportedly Headed For A Recount
Bring It Home! Florida Governor’s Race Reportedly Headed For A Recount

Under state law, elections must be machine-recounted if a candidate wins by less than 0.5 percent of the total vote. Rick Scott by 17,344 votes statewide, a difference that is within the 0.25 percentage-point difference needed to trigger a hand recount.

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  • California gunman last stationed at Kaneohe Bay
California gunman last stationed at Kaneohe Bay

While the others became two-time survivors, Orfanos died. Like in Las Vegas and in Sutherland Springs, the shooter in California died of an apparent suicide before providing any explanation for the attack. "The chills go up your spine". Kelly said he dragged one woman out a back emergency exit and then, using his belt, T-shirt and Marine tr...

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  • Former Philippines first lady Imelda Marcos convicted of graft
Former Philippines first lady Imelda Marcos convicted of graft

The Sandiganbayan Fifth Division also ordered the issuance of an arrest warrant against Mrs. Marcos. Marcos, a sitting three-term congresswoman, has registered as a candidate next May to succeed her daughter, Imee Marcos, 62, as governor of Ilocos Norte, the stronghold of the still powerful Marcos family.

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  • Anti-Trump protesters in Cottonwood join nationwide protests backing Mueller probe
Anti-Trump protesters in Cottonwood join nationwide protests backing Mueller probe

And he was critical of Sessions' recusal from the Russian Federation probe, which put Rosenstein in charge of it. Trump said Sessions' recusal was "extremely unfair" and he wouldn't have given Sessions the job if he had known Sessions would recuse himself.

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  • Fly Jamaica flight to Toronto crash lands at airport in Guyana
Fly Jamaica flight to Toronto crash lands at airport in Guyana

The captain of the ill-fated Fly Jamaica Airlines jet that made an emergency landing at the Cheddi Jagan International Airport alleged that several personal items were stolen from the plane, police said. About 20 minutes into the flight, the pilot indicated the plane was experiencing problems with its hydraulic system, Guyana officials said at a Fr...

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  • Malibu residents ordered out as California wildfire nears
Malibu residents ordered out as California wildfire nears

Heavy smoke and strong winds hampered visibility for crews on the firelines and residents trying to evacuate fire zones. Firefighters are challenged by residents moving about evacuation areas and high traffic as they follow the fire front.

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  • Trump Administration Moves to Restrict Asylum at US-Mexico Border
Trump Administration Moves to Restrict Asylum at US-Mexico Border

Trump told reporters that he had "just signed" the proclamation as he departed the White House on Friday morning en route to Paris. Administration officials have said existing USA asylum rules encourage illegal immigration and bog down legitimate claims.

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  • Paradise, Calif., Destroyed By Wildfire, Authorities Say
Paradise, Calif., Destroyed By Wildfire, Authorities Say

One of them was on fire, and some cars were driving through it, but she didn't want to chance it with the children in the auto, he said. Fire surrounded the evacuation route, and drivers panicked. He said that people spoke there about neighbors in Concow who had been unable to escape their homes. He said the fast-moving flames forced fire crews to ...

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  • The historic firsts of the 2018 midterms
The historic firsts of the 2018 midterms

Ayanna Pressley (above) became the first Black woman to be elected to Congress from MA. The most high-profile new Democratic member of Congress is trying to figure out how to afford an apartment in Washington and trying to stretch funds from her restaurant job until January.

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  • Women elected to House in record numbers
Women elected to House in record numbers

Those numbers led to history on several fronts Tuesday. For starters, there looks set to be at least 100 women in the House of Representatives for the first time, with 95 already declared winners while other races are still being counted (including a number of races where both candidates are female).

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  • Texas Senator John Cornyn Reacts To Attorney General Jeff Sessions Resignation
Texas Senator John Cornyn Reacts To Attorney General Jeff Sessions Resignation

Trump said on Twitter that Matthew G. Whitaker , who is the current chief of staff to the attorney general , will take over the position temporarily. He will serve our Country well. In 2017, Matthew "Matt" Whitaker wrote a scathing op-ed about the Mueller probe for CNN , arguing that it had gone too far.

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  • Rashida Tlaib is first Muslim woman elected to U.S. Congress
Rashida Tlaib is first Muslim woman elected to U.S. Congress

Self-described Democratic Socialist Ilhan Omar won Minnesota's 5th District race, where she easily defeated Republican activist Jennifer Zielinski on a platform that includes health care for all and a $15 minimum wage. And regardless of who wins in Arizona's competitive Senate race, the state will elect either Republican Martha McSally or Dem...

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  • Trump rails against 'rude' media in heated press conference
Trump rails against 'rude' media in heated press conference

Jim Acosta , CNN's chief White House correspondent, asked Mr Trump about his reference to migrants travelling towards America as an " invasion ". President Trump to Jim @Acosta : "You should let me run the country". Remember, the only reason Trump goes after them time and again is because HE DOESN'T WANT THE PEOPLE TO SEE OR HEAR WHAT HE'S...

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