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JOE CLAMS UP: Biden Lashes Out at Reporter When Pressed On Hunter’s Emails, Says Just ‘Another Smear’

JOE CLAMS UP: Biden Lashes Out at Reporter When Pressed On Hunter’s Emails, Says Just ‘Another Smear’

JOE CLAMS UP: Biden Lashes Out at Reporter When Pressed On Hunter’s Emails, Says Just ‘Another Smear’

Former Vice President Joe Biden -again- refused to comment on the growing scandal surrounding his son Hunter’s recently released emails; calling the entire controversy just “another smear.

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WINDY CITY LOCKDOWN? Chicago Leaders Suggest Bringing Back Shutdown to Stop CoVID 2nd Wave

WINDY CITY LOCKDOWN? Chicago Leaders Suggest Bringing Back Shutdown to Stop CoVID 2nd Wave

WINDY CITY LOCKDOWN? Chicago Leaders Suggest Bringing Back Shutdown to Stop CoVID 2nd Wave

Chicago Mayor Lori Lightfoot confirmed Monday afternoon that her city may bring back some sections of the Coronavirus shutdown as health officials say the Windy City could be witnessing a second wave of the disease.

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CNN’s Jeffrey Toobin ‘Suspended’ from New Yorker Mag for Exposing Himself During Zoom Call

CNN’s Jeffrey Toobin ‘Suspended’ from New Yorker Mag for Exposing Himself During Zoom Call

JUST IN: CNN’s Jeffrey Toobin ‘Suspended’ from New Yorker Mag for Exposing Himself During Zoom Call

Writer and legal analyst Jeffrey Toobin has reportedly been suspended from the New Yorker Magazine for exposing himself during a Zoom call with his colleagues and other employees at WNYC.

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The Latest: Ireland sets new virus restrictions for 6 weeks

Ireland’s government is putting the country at its highest level of coronavirus restrictions for six weeks in a bid to combat a rise in infections

10 residents dead amid virus outbreak at Kansas nursing home

A coronavirus outbreak has killed 10 residents in a nursing home in a northwestern Kansas county that already had proportionally the nation’s largest increase in cases over two weeks

California won’t allow virus vaccines without state approval

Gov. Gavin Newsom says California won’t allow any distribution of coronavirus vaccines in the state until it is reviewed by the state’s own panel of experts

Asia Breaking News

Duterte says he can be held responsible for drug killings

Duterte says he can be held responsible for drug killings

China calls on India to honour pledge, return missing soldier

BEIJING: China’s military said it hopes India will make good on its pledge to swiftly return a Chinese soldier found lost along their mountainous border where the sides have been locked in a tense standoff. The defence ministry issued a statement late on Monday (Oct 19) saying the soldier had been …

Espionage in Australia at higher levels than Cold War, spy chief warns

Espionage in Australia had eclipsed Cold War levels, the country’s spymaster told parliament on Tuesday, in a speech warning that citizens were being monitored and harassed by foreign powers.

Europe Breaking News

Wild boar family killed by police in Rome children’s playground

The city’s mayor orders an investigation amid outrage from residents and animal rights groups.

Coronavirus: Republic of Ireland to move to highest restrictions

The new rules, broadly similar to the spring lockdown, are due to last for six weeks.

France teacher attack: Four school students held over beheading

Fifteen people are now in custody after the brutal murder of teacher Samuel Paty near Paris.

Africa Breaking News

China Is Stepping Up Its Control over Religion

In recent years, there have been an increasing number of churches and large crosses that have been demolished by the state

Trump Campaign Tries to Hold on to Reliably Republican Arizona

Trump was victorious in the southwestern border state in 2016, but October polls show challenger Biden ahead

Total COVID Cases Across Globe Surpass 40 Million

Surge of cases in Europe and the United States have led to more restrictions

Tech News

NASA’s new moonshot rules: No fighting or littering, please

NASA’s new rules for its moon-landing program say no fighting or littering is allowed

Earth breaks September heat record, may reach warmest year

US Scientists calculate that Earth hit its warmest September on record last month

Trial of Russian charged in bitcoin fraud begins in Paris

The trial of a Russian man alleged to have used ransomware in a 135 million euros ($157 million) bitcoin fraud will begin Monday

Canada Breaking News

Divas Nightclub in Saskatoon temporarily closes after coronavirus outbreak declared

The Saskatchewan Health Authority said most of the new coronavirus cases reported in Saskatoon on Monday are linked to outbreaks at local bars.

Canada concerned by ‘pattern of malicious cyber activity’ by Russian military, GAC says

“Canada has repeatedly exposed Russia’s responsibility in malicious cyber activity,” the statement said.

Training wrapping up for Lethbridge’s newest firefighter recruits

Twelve new recruits are in their final week of training to become the newest firefighters in Lethbridge.

UK Breaking News

Could cold water hold a clue to a dementia cure?

Swimmers at a London lido aid understanding of what cold does to the body.

Brentford tower block residents evacuated over safety fears

Residents of the high-rise Paragon complex in Brentford will be moved out later this week.

John Leslie trial: Ex-Blue Peter presenter cleared of sex assault

The former Blue Peter presenter was accused of grabbing a woman’s breasts at a party.

Australia Breaking News

Victoria records just one coronavirus case and zero deaths

Victoria has announced a single new coronavirus case, on its seventh day in a row of recording a single-digit rise in new cases.

Hundreds of refugees are in a ‘horrible’ situation after being told to leave community detention

Amir and his wife were given three weeks’ notice to find both a job and a place to live. A tall order at the best of times, and almost impossible in the grip of a pandemic.

Government acts to improve privacy protections for witnesses at disability royal commission

The government plans to amend the law to better protect the confidentiality of information given to the royal commission, following long-standing criticisms from disability advocates.

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