Here are the top headlines this Friday.
In the most racially charged national political ad in 30 years, President Donald Trump and the Republican Party accuse Democrats of plotting to help people they depict as Central American invaders overrun the nation with cop killers.
President Donald Trump went after House Speaker Paul Ryan on Wednesday, saying one of the top Republican leaders in the President’s party “knows nothing about” birthright citizenship and “should be focusing on holding the Majority” in the House of Representatives “rather than giving his opinions” on the issue.
Indonesian investigators believe they have found a device containing flight data from Lion Air Flight JT610, a discovery that should help explain why the new Boeing 737 crashed Monday, killing all 189 people on board.
The body of Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi was dismembered after he was strangled as soon as he entered the Saudi consulate in Istanbul, the chief prosecutor’s office in Istanbul said Wednesday.
The Taliban have strengthened their grip in Afghanistan over the past three years, according to a new report released by the US government’s own ombudsman of the war.
A man with a spinal-cord injury leaving him wheelchair bound has been able to walk thanks to a revolutionary new spinal implant.
Jon Stewart has been done with “The Daily Show” for years, but he’s still one of the strongest media critics around.
The WikiLeaks founder’s stay at the Ecuadorian Embassy in London may finally be nearing an end.
When it comes to food, one person’s “yuck” is another person’s “yum.”
Sport’s most valuable team is hoping to create a football paradise.
A huge payout for an executive accused of sexual misconduct provokes an unprecedented protest.
The US president says he has “forcefully condemned hatred and bigotry” but this goes unreported.
A group of transgender Brazilians were rescued from forced prostitution in Murcia, police say.
A new study says that the oceans have taken in far more heat from human activities than previously thought.
The president routinely uses such events to whip supporters into an anti-media frenzy.
“I wouldn’t be surprised,” Trump said when asked if he thought George Soros was funding the migrant caravan.
Weinstein’s lawyer, Benjamin Brafman, called the allegations “preposterous.” Weinstein denies all allegations of nonconsensual sex.
The Washington Post Was Fine Having Writers On The Saudi Payroll When They Were Only Killing Non-WaPo Writers
Two of the paper’s regular opinion writers were connected to lobbying firms with contracts with the Saudis.
It’s also been called “The Great Pumpkin” asteroid.
Netflix is releasing three of its films in select cinemas for a short run before people can watch them on the service. Why? Awards.
‘Grown-ish’ actor Luka Sabbat was paid by Snapchat’s PR agency to promote Spectacles on Instagram. But he’s being sued for breach of contract.
What’s going on with the ‘Thrones’ successors?
Ten years ago, Satoshi Nakamoto laid down the foundation of Bitcoin.
Fiona the hippo fell into her pool while munching on a pumpkin.
The international body wants to ask the Facebook CEO questions about Cambridge Analytica, elections, fake news, and more.