Here are today’s biggest stories.
US President Donald Trump was “ranting and venting on trade” to French President Emmanuel Macron during their bilateral meeting Monday evening, according to a senior diplomatic source.
President Donald Trump claimed on Wednesday that China is working to interfere in November’s midterm elections with the aim of damaging him politically.
A seven-year-old girl was raped in the restroom of a popular family restaurant, a South African police spokesman told CNN.
But that’s about all a Google executive was willing to divulge Wednesday about the codenamed plan, which has been widely reported to be a search product the company is developing for China – one that would need to comply with government censorship.
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Well, that was a slap in the face.
Scientists believe a fossil found at a landfill in California belongs to an extinct species of whale that lived between 4 and 7 million years ago.
India’s top court has ruled adultery is no longer a criminal offence. The Supreme Court overturned a 158-year-old law which said any man who had sex with a married woman, without the permission of her husband, was guilty of the criminal act of adultery.
The first of three woman to accuse Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh of sexual misconduct has said the assault “drastically altered” her life. Prof Christine Blasey Ford’s written testimony describes how the alleged incident between her and the judge has had a “lasting impact” on her.
Donald Trump has said he turned down a meeting with Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, putting a damper on high hopes for trade renegotiations. Mr Trump’s comments were made as Nafta talks continue to drag on. “I must be honest with you, we’re not getting along at all with their negotiators,” he said at a United Nations news conference in New York.
Pussy Riot member Pyotr Verzilov, who is believed to have been poisoned, has laid the blame squarely on Russia’s intelligence services. “The poisoning was carried out so professionally that no other conclusion is possible,” the activist said. He fell ill after a court hearing, losing his sight and ability to speak.
In a rare solo news conference with reporters after a third woman came out on Wednesday to accuse Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh of sexual assault, President Donald Trump repeated the lie that the women who accused the president himself of misconduct were paid to do so.
Michael Avenatti said he is “thoroughly enjoying” living “rent-free” in Donald Trump’s head after the president attacked him as a ” lowlife ” on Tuesday. “For Donald Trump to call me a lowlife, he knows nothing about me, knows nothing about the last 20 years of my practice,” Avenatti told MSNBC’s Ari Melber.
There’s a different kind of Halloween sequel in the works, and it’s coming soon to the skies near Earth. A skull-like asteroid that passed Earth in October 2015 is coming back for another visit in early November. Officially named 2015 TB145, the asteroid has been called The Great Pumpkin by NASA because of its Halloween flyby three years ago.
NEW YORK (AP) – Childish Gambino is postponing his tour to recover after he injured his foot. Live Nation says the performer’s “This Is America Tour” will resume on Dec. 2 in Nashville, Tennessee. The tour promoter says tickets for the rescheduled shows will be honored at the new dates.
Stephen Colbert thinks one thing came out of President Donald Trump ‘s wild Wednesday news conference. Trump, he said, may have accidentally come up with his new 2020 campaign slogan. The president attacked the women who have accused him of sexual misconduct, claiming they were all paid to do so.
So, you’ve restricted the information advertisers can see on your Facebook profile, but you’re still getting served near-perfect ads? It could be down to your shadow profile. At some stage you might’ve given your phone number to Facebook for two-factor authentication, or a friend may have given your email away in the contact importer, in an attempt to find friends on the platform.
The way Dr. Jesse Karmazin sees it, New York City needs some fresh blood. It’s been over a year since we last heard from the physician behind Ambrosia LLC, the company hoping to reverse aging by pumping adults with the blood plasma of the young, but don’t think for a second that Karmazin’s been sitting still.
It’s official: LG’s upcoming flagship smartphone, the LG V40, has three cameras on the back and two on the front. Though the official announcement of the phone is due Oct. 3, the company revealed some details about the phone – including photos and a video – on its Korean website.
President Donald Trump gave a rare press conference on Wednesday, and it was … bonkers? After a day filled with meetings at the United Nations General Assembly, Trump talked to reporters for over an hour, facing questions on everything from trade policy to his embattled Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh.
David Marcus wants to talk about class. Or, specifically, the lack thereof he sees in a wealthy man taking a principled stand against the conglomerate that so long buttered his bread.