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Newsweek
Sep 19, 2019

Who Won 'America's Got Talent'?: Everything to Know About Wednesday's Winner
Judge Julianne Hough debuted a new single, the Detroit Youth Choir won hearts, and Kodi Lee won it all.

Newsweek
Sep 18, 2019

Obama Jabs Trump for Watching TV, Reading Social Media in Rare Rebuke: It 'Clouds Your Judgment'
At a tech conference, former President Barack Obama made a couple of pointed jabs at President Donald Trump, saying that too much media consumption "clouds your judgment."

Newsweek
Sep 18, 2019

'Doing God's Work': Fox News' Jesse Watters Says 'Conservative Media is Basically Saving this Country'
"I think 75 percent of conservative media... all they're doing is rebutting the lies told by Democrats and the mainstream media," Watters said.

Newsweek
Sep 18, 2019

Florida Man Climbs 400-Foot TV Broadcast Tower; Remains Aloft For More Than Eight Hours
A man called "Alex" by the police climbed the transmission tower of a local Florida news station; he clung to the structure from late morning through the early evening hours while police tried to talk him down.

Newsweek
Sep 18, 2019

Remains Found in Missouri Landfill May Be Those of Woman Missing 13 Years
After an interview with the man who confessed to her murder, Missouri police may have found the remains of Megan Shultz, who has been missing for 13 years.

Newsweek
Sep 18, 2019

Roderick Strong Defeats Velveteen Dream to Fulfill Undisputed Era Prophecy
Strong got an assist from his Undisputed Era brethren.

Newsweek
Sep 18, 2019

Photojournalist Saves Teenager From Mob Attack After Ukrainian Pride Parade
Photojournalist Gleb Garanich saved a teenager from an angry mob's attack as protests marred the first LGBTQ Pride parade in Kharkiv, Ukraine.

Newsweek
Sep 18, 2019

Justin Trudeau Trends as Twitter Reacts to Photo of Canadian PM Wearing Brownface at 2001 Party
"Well, this is hugely depressing, @JustinTrudeau," journalist Mike Donachie tweeted. "I don't have the words to express my disappointment."

Newsweek
Sep 18, 2019

The Internet Isn't Impressed With Melania Trump's White House Redecoration
A recently completed redecoration of three rooms in the White House by First Lady Melania Trump has been met with a mostly negative reaction online.

Newsweek
Sep 18, 2019

Gun Activist John Lott Accused During Congressional Hearing of Inventing Persona to Praise Own Work
Senator Martin Heinrich accuses Lott of pretending to be Mary Rosh in multiple places online, but Lott stands firm with a denial, despite admitting to it in an earlier Washington Post article.

Newsweek
Sep 18, 2019

Powerball Drawing For 09/18/19: Wednesday Jackpot is $70 Million
The Powerball jackpot for 09/18/19 is $70 million, with a cash-value option of $47.6 million. The drawing Wednesday will be at 11 p.m. ET.

Newsweek
Sep 18, 2019

Powerball Numbers For 09/18/19: Wednesday Jackpot is $70 Million
The Powerball jackpot for 09/18/19 is $70 million, with a cash-value option of $47.6 million. The drawing has been held, and here are the numbers.

Newsweek
Sep 18, 2019

NXT Live Results: USA Premiere May Lead to Undisputed Era "Draped in Gold"
There are two championship matches on the premiere episode of NXT on USA.

Newsweek
Sep 18, 2019

Teen Dies From Birthday Meal After Telling Staff of His Allergy During His Order
The teenager suffered a severe anaphylactic reaction after his grilled chicken was later to be found marinated in buttermilk, triggering his dairy allergy.

Newsweek
Sep 18, 2019

Bolton Slams Trump's Foreign Policy at Private Lunch, Says Inviting Taliban to Camp David 'Disrespectful' to 9/11 Victims: Report
The former National Security Adviser also reportedly asserted that Trump's negotiations with Iran and North Korea are "doomed to failure."

Newsweek
Sep 18, 2019

Illinois Opens 24 Catholic Church Sexual Abuse Cases That Were Never Investigated
While the Illinois DCFS reevaluates their protocol for handling reports of abuse by the Catholic Church, the archdiocese of Chicago deals with the financial and social fallout.

Newsweek
Sep 18, 2019

Lollapalooza's Chicago Stop Had a Clean-Up Bill of Over $600,000
The touring rock festival has to pay for litter removal and to have Grant Park resodded after the grass was damaged by concertgoers and vendors.

Newsweek
Sep 18, 2019

Florida Man Known as Captain Jack Sparrow Lookalike Found Dead In Water
Joshua Grant Hensley was known locally as "Captain Jack" due to dressing and styling himself like the Disney character Captain Jack Sparrow.

Newsweek
Sep 18, 2019

Ann Coulter Mocks Kavanaugh Accuser Christine Blasey Ford: She Might Add a 'Third Front Door'
"This new Kavanaugh stuff has been so triggering for Christine Blasey Ford," Coulter tweeted.

Newsweek
Sep 18, 2019

Donald Trump's Approval Rating Surpasses Obama's, Not Just on Rasmussen Reports
Trump's job approval average from several major polls, from Monday to Wednesday, surpassed Obama's during the same dates in 2011.

Newsweek
Sep 18, 2019

Governor Gavin Newsom Signs Landmark Labor Bill Into Law Declaring Independent Contractors Employees
AB 5 will classify hundreds of independent contractors as employees in San Diego, changing the state's already-hectic gig-based economy.

Newsweek
Sep 18, 2019

Calm Down 'Battlestar Galactica' Fans, the New Series Won't Be a Reboot
Whatever you do, do not call the new "Battlestar Galactica" show for NBC's Peacock streaming platform a reboot.

Newsweek
Sep 18, 2019

Republican Rep. Dan Crenshaw 'Likes' Meme About Himself on Neo-Nazi Instagram Page
Dan Crenshaw was previously found to be the administrator for a far-right Facebook group, along with several other Republican candidates for office.

Newsweek
Sep 18, 2019

What Is #FreeBritney? Fans and Supporters Seek the End of Pop Singer's Conservatorship
The #FreeBritney movement centers around fans worried that pop singer, Britney Spears, may not be exercising her own free will.

Newsweek
Sep 18, 2019

American Airlines Mechanic Accused of Sabotaging Miami Flight Has Ties to ISIS, Feds Say
Abdul-Majeed Marouf Ahmed Alani, 60, who allegedly disabled a navigation system on a flight from Miami International Airport, was denied bond on Wednesday.

Newsweek
Sep 18, 2019

Trump in Dead Heat With Top Democrats in Key Swing State of Florida, Poll Finds
Despite being underwater nationally, Trump has sustained a net-positive approving rating in Florida, at 49 percent (compared with 46 percent disapproval).

Newsweek
Sep 18, 2019

Woman's Blood Turns Black After Taking Medicine to Treat Her Toothache
The FDA issued a warning last year about the common pain relief medicine that the patient used.

Newsweek
Sep 18, 2019

Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez Denies Disrupting 'Party Unity' by Supporting Primary Challenger of Dem Incumbent
"I don't think it's disrupting or a threat to party unity to ask us to uphold our values, what's in our charter, what's in our platform," the freshman progressive told Newsweek.

Newsweek
Sep 18, 2019

Pakistan Warns India's Kashmir Move Could Lead to 'Nuclear War' if World Does Not Act
A Pakistani cabinet member tells Newsweek he is "extremely worried about an escalation" from India in response to the situation in Kashmir.

Newsweek
Sep 18, 2019

Fox News Host Says 'Things Could Be Worse' for Kavanaugh Sexual Assault Accuser: 'She's a Valedictorian Who Ended Up at Yale'
The hosts of the Fox News morning show Fox & Friends criticized The New York Times article highlighting allegations against Brett Kavanaugh by Deborah Ramirez.

Newsweek
Sep 18, 2019

White Supremacy is a Global Terror Threat: Report
"It shouldn't be lost on anyone that the white supremacist shooter in El Paso venerated the shooter in Christchurch who in turn celebrated the actions of the shooter in Pittsburgh."

Newsweek
Sep 18, 2019

Ryan Clark Trends After Former NFL Star Rips Commentator Paul Finebaum Over Cam Newton Criticism
Fans took to Twitter to support Ryan Clark after he clapped back to Paul Finebaum said the career of the Carolina Panthers' quarterback is over.

Newsweek
Sep 18, 2019

White Female Anti-Vax Protestors Compare Themselves to Black Civil Rights Movement
"This is misappropriation of a movement that really is not over and proves to be challenging to overcome," Assemblywoman Sydney Kamlager-Dove (D-Los Angeles) said.

Newsweek
Sep 18, 2019

When Is 'America's Got Talent' Final Show? Season 14 Finale Live Stream, Air Time and More
The top 10 will be narrowed down to a single winner on Wednesday.

Newsweek
Sep 18, 2019

Gun Violence Costs America $229 Billion Per Year, New Report Says
Rural communities suffer the greatest economic harm from gun violence, according to the report.

Newsweek
Sep 18, 2019

Tina Fey Asks University of Virginia Football Fans to Stop Insulting Gay People
"I just had an amazing idea," Tina Fey, a UVA alum, says in a new public-service annoucement. "Stop doing that."

Newsweek
Sep 18, 2019

Sirfetch'd Reveal Confirms 'Pokémon Sword and Shield' Leak Again
Another point for the "Affleck leak."

Newsweek
Sep 18, 2019

Israeli Elections Could Spell Trouble for Netanyahu, Trump
Netanyahu delivered a tempered speech where he refused to concede the close race. "Israel needs a strong, stable, Zionist government committed to Israel as a national state for the Jewish people," he said.

Newsweek
Sep 18, 2019

Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez Blasts GM Cutting Strike Employees Health Care as 'Straight Barbarism'
"This is straight barbarism. GM workers are asking for a raise during a time of record profits. In response, GM execs cut off their health insurance," Ocasio-Cortez tweeted on Wednesday.

Newsweek
Sep 18, 2019

Newlywed Man in Handcuffs Escapes Custody, Jumps to His Death From Casino Roof
Geoffrey Bertagnolli, 24, told security guards at Graton Rancheria Casino he was grappling with depression and loss, and wanted to kill himself.

Newsweek
Sep 18, 2019

Trump Administration's New Hog Slaughterhouse Rules May Risk 'More Contamination and Food Safety Recalls'
The updated procedures let meat companies kill pigs as quickly as they want and pass inspection responsibilities from government officials to plant employees.

Newsweek
Sep 18, 2019

A World of Searing Heat and Melted Ice Caps: Climate Model of Early Eocene is 'Scary Finding' for Earth's Future
Researchers have managed to simulate the climate during the Paleocene-Eocene Thermal Maximum—when Earth was 14 degrees Celsius warmer than it is now.

Newsweek
Sep 18, 2019

Nearly 2,000 Women Killed by Men in 2017, Report Urges Reauthorization of Violence Against Women Act
A new study from the Violence Policy Center revealed that nearly 2,000 women were killed by men in 2017, almost all by men they knew.

Newsweek
Sep 18, 2019

Bianca Belair is Ready to Show Out and Stand Out as NXT Moves to USA
"I have unfinished business. I've been chasing this title since the undefeated streak and that's the ultimate validation for Bianca Belair."

Newsweek
Sep 18, 2019

Sandy Hook Promise Trends on Twitter After School Safety Advocates Share Chilling Back-to-School Video
"Survive the school year with these must-have #BackToSchool essentials," the group Sandy Hook Promise tweeted. "This PSA contains graphic content."

Newsweek
Sep 18, 2019

Trump's Former Press Secretary Sarah Sanders Tells Fox She Wants 'Opinion Out of the News'
"There's a big difference between commentators and news, and we have blended those so that there is no difference anymore," Sanders said.

Newsweek
Sep 18, 2019

7 Best Cheap Eats in London
London may be the capital of pricey dining but it's also crammed with amazingly affordable eats too.

Newsweek
Sep 18, 2019

Pennsylvania Man Accused of Using a Drone to Drop Explosives on Ex-Girlfriend's House Requests Plea Deal
"It does not take much imagination to conjure up the enormous harm that can result from the combination of illegal firearms, explosives, and drone aircrafts," prosecutor William McSwain said in a press release.

Newsweek
Sep 18, 2019

Saudi Arabia Officially Blames Oil Attack on Iran, Which Says It's Ready for War But Doesn't Want One
Saudi Arabia and Yemen's Houthi rebel movement held rival press conferences as Iran continued to deny any involvement in attacks on the kingdom's oil sites.

Newsweek
Sep 18, 2019

Trump's National Security Adviser Pick Once Said He's 'Glad' He's Not National Security Adviser
"If I was going to the new national security adviser—and I won't be, I'm glad it's General Flynn who has that job and not me," Robert O'Brien said in 2016.

Newsweek
Sep 18, 2019

'90 Day Fiancé' Update: Larissa's Ex Eric Had Dinner With Colt and Debbie Johnson
"Had an eventful evening with some new friends indeed!"

Newsweek
Sep 18, 2019

Donald's Dilemma: Can He Retaliate to Attack on Saudi Oil Fields Without Starting a War with Iran? | Opinion
President Trump is stuck between a rock and a hard place: he can't ignore an attack on a major ally and on the global oil market, but a military response, even of the "proportionate" variety, risks escalating the conflict.

Newsweek
Sep 18, 2019

'America's Got Talent' 2019 Finalists List: Detroit Youth Choir, Kodi Lee, Benicio Bryant and Other Top Ten Contestants
Judge Simon Cowell called the finals show the "best" in AGT history.

Newsweek
Sep 18, 2019

Immigrants Who Have Committed Felonies Are 'Significantly Less Likely' to Reoffend Compared to U.S.-born Americans, Florida Study Finds
"It really builds into this larger narrative of the immigration population not being a criminal threat," said Marin Wenger, one of the researchers behind the study.

Newsweek
Sep 18, 2019

Brazil Has the Skill to Stop the Amazon Fires. It Lacks the Will | Opinion
There is a clear path forward to saving the Amazon—one that includes governments, companies, civil society, scientists, indigenous people and consumers with the support of the international community.

Newsweek
Sep 18, 2019

Woman Charged With Abandoning Adopted 11-year-old Claims Girl Was Really 22-year-old Sociopath
Kristine Barnett says her adopted daughter was, in reality a "diagnosed psychopath and sociopath" who subtracted more than a decade from her age.

Newsweek
Sep 18, 2019

An Enormous Volcano in Space Is About to Erupt, Scientists Say
Loki Patera is located on Jupiter's moon Io, one of the most volcanically active places in the solar system.

Newsweek
Sep 18, 2019

Who Is Robert O'Brien? Former Hostage Negotiator Replaces John Bolton As Trump's National Security Adviser
The California attorney has been serving as the Special Presidential Envoy for Hostage Affairs since 2018 and has held a smattering of other government positions since 2005.

Newsweek
Sep 18, 2019

'Borderlands 3' Porcelain Pipe Bomb Location Guide: How to Unlock OP Weapon
Kill mobs with a single item; why wouldn't you want that? This is how you can get the amazing Porcelain Pipe Bomb in "Borderlands 3."

Newsweek
Sep 18, 2019

Rescue Workers Brave Hypothermia to Save Six Beached Killer Whales in Argentina
"I never thought about the cold or the effort, I just wanted to return them to the sea," said rescuer Andrés Ersinger.

Newsweek
Sep 18, 2019

BBC Apologizes to Prince Harry for Publishing Neo-Nazi 'Race Traitor' Image That Encouraged His Murder
The Duke of Sussex complained that the picture caused great distress to his wife Megan Markle, who was nearly five months pregnant at the time.

Newsweek
Sep 18, 2019

CNN Anchor Confronts Corey Lewandowski With Instances of Alleged Obstruction in Mueller Report After He Insists There Was None
Lewandowski again acknowledged that he never read the Mueller report but said he understood its conclusions.

Newsweek
Sep 18, 2019

Russian Military: Syria's War Will Not End Until U.S. Troops Leave
"The Americans need hotbeds of tension in Syria only to justify their illegal presence on the territory of a sovereign state and to satisfy their geopolitical ambitions by any means," a senior Russian military official said.

Newsweek
Sep 18, 2019

#LiarLewandowski Trends After Former Trump Campaign Manager Goes on CNN, Stonewalls Congress
The former campaign manager was criticized for saying that he had no obligation to tell the truth when speaking to the press.

Newsweek
Sep 18, 2019

Mississippi Sheriff's Office Promises to End Racial Profiling After Deputy Looking for 'Illegals' Wrongly Detains Family for Hours
"We hope the new policies make sure that other people aren't stopped and harassed just because they look Latino," said Stephanie Martinez, who says she and her family were wrongly targeted by deputies.

Newsweek
Sep 18, 2019

Military Members' Photos on Social Media Being Used By Cybercriminals in 'Romance Scams'
The report notes a range of efforts to target servicemembers online, including foreign attempts to promote the "Vets for Trump" Facebook page and use of pictures of soldiers in so-called "romance scams."

Newsweek
Sep 18, 2019

MSNBC Host Says We Learned About 'Mini-Trump' Corey Lewandowski's 'Ability to Lie to the American Public'
Lewandowski in front of cameras "was playing for an audience of one," and "he was rude, he was insolent, he was stonewalling and then ultimately was revealed to be a liar," Mika Brzezinski said.

Newsweek
Sep 18, 2019

German High-Wire Artist Gets Married in Mid-Air: 'Every Marriage Is A Tightrope Walk'
Trapeze artist Anna Traber's wedding ceremony began when the father of the bride drove the couple over a thin cable on a motorcycle.

Newsweek
Sep 18, 2019

German Hire-wire Artist Gets Married in Mid-Air: 'Every Marriage Is A Tightrope Walk'
Trapeze artist Anna Traber's wedding ceremony began when the father of the bride drove the couple over a thin cable on a motorcycle.

Newsweek
Sep 18, 2019

Houston Weather: Tropical Storm Imelda Becomes Tropical Depression as Predicted Heavy Rainfall Forces School Closures
Tropical Storm Imelda made landfall in southeastern Texas and is moving inland.

Newsweek
Sep 18, 2019

When Does Peter Weber's Season Of 'The Bachelor' Start? Premiere Date and Filming Spoilers
Peter Weber isn't handing out the roses until next year, but the drama has already begun.

Newsweek
Sep 18, 2019

'Bachelor' Casting Controversy: Peter Weber Is Cuban, but Disappointed Fans Hoped for First Black Bachelor
"I feel a certain type of way about this because Peter is half Cuban."

Newsweek
Sep 18, 2019

Jewish Man Violently Beaten by Gang of Men in Brooklyn Surveillance Video, Former New York Assemblyman Calls on Police to Step up Patrols in Jewish Neighborhoods
Hasidic male attacked by four men, but police are not treating incident as a hate crime.

Newsweek
Sep 18, 2019

Netflix 'Unbelievable' Chris McCarthy: How Police Caught Real Serial Rapist Marc O'Leary
The man who terrorized Marie and other women is serving a prison sentence of more than 327 years.

Newsweek
Sep 18, 2019

College Democrats Accuse Trump of Breaking 'Promise to American Students' As Campus Reelection Campaign Launches
Trump's campaign kicked off its nationwide initiative to rally young voters on Monday.

Newsweek
Sep 18, 2019

Fox News Guest Says Donald Trump Is 'Within His Constitutional Duties' To 'Refuse To Cooperate With an Investigation'
"If he wants to limit an investigation or refuse to cooperate with an investigation, that's within his Constitutional duties."

Newsweek
Sep 18, 2019

CNN Blasted for Having Corey Lewandowski on Air Day After He Said He Had 'No Obligation to be Honest to the Media'
"When a guy swears under oath that he goes on television to lie, you can just not book him again," journalist Matthew Yglesias tweeted.

Newsweek
Sep 18, 2019

Donald Trump's Border Wall Could See 16,000 Years of History Destroyed, National Park Service Report Warns
"I would compare it to building a wall over your parents' graveyards. It would have the same effect," said Tohono O'odham Nation Chairman Ned Norris Jr.

Newsweek
Sep 18, 2019

Gay Democratic Donor Ed Buck Charged With Running Drug House After Third Man Overdoses in His Home
Buck is a wealthy white man with "a predatory and injurious system of soliciting black men and watching them cling to life," according to a lawsuit filed by the family of another man who overdosed at his house in 2017.

Newsweek
Sep 18, 2019

Fox News Host Laura Ingraham 'Teases' Sean Hannity for Complaining About Cutting Trump Rally Coverage: 'Is That the White House Speaking?'
Laura Ingraham jokingly told Sean Hannity: "you handle your hour, I'll handle my hour."

Newsweek
Sep 18, 2019

Hillary Clinton Has More People Betting She'll Be the 2020 Democratic Nominee Than Any of the Actual Candidates: U.K. Bookmaker
"We're baffled," said the bookmaker, as Clinton's odds shortened considerably.

Newsweek
Sep 18, 2019

Twitter Users Are Not Pleased After Whitney Houston Hologram Tour Announced: 'Arrest Anyone Who Attends This'
The international tour, "An Evening With Whitney," is scheduled to launch in Mexico in January.

Newsweek
Sep 18, 2019

Sirfetch'd Confirmed for 'Pokémon Sword and Shield' as Version Exclusive
Sirfetch'd has its own powerful exclusive move.

Newsweek
Sep 18, 2019

'PUBG' Update 4.3 Adds Survival Mastery, DBS & Mobile Healing - Patch Notes
"PUBG" update 4.3 heads to Test Servers soon. Here are the patch notes that detail Survival Mastery, the DBS and more.

Newsweek
Sep 18, 2019

Hiker Had to 'Carry His Leg' for Two Days Before Being Rescued After 20-foot Waterfall Fall: 'Legs Are Very Heavy When They're Not Connected to Anything'
"I slid about 20 foot, cartwheeled then slammed into the rock then landed in the creek at the bottom," the hiker said,

Newsweek
Sep 18, 2019

Trump Has Named More Ex-Lobbyists to Cabinet-Level Positions in Three Years than Obama and Bush Did in Eight
Trump has appointed at least seven people who used to be lobbyists to cabinet-level positions.

Newsweek
Sep 18, 2019

Tropical Storm Jerry Path: 10th Named Storm in Atlantic Expected to Become Hurricane
If Jerry turns into a hurricane, it will be the fourth hurricane of the 2019 Atlantic Hurricane Season, including Dorian, which decimated the Bahamas.

Newsweek
Sep 18, 2019

A Bite From The Big Apple | Opinion
What it's like for publishers on Apple News.

Newsweek
Sep 18, 2019

Donald Trump's Climate Policies Will Be His Worst Legacy Says Medal of Honor Recipient: 'His Environmental Policies Are Terrible'
Two-time Senator Bob Kerrey says Trump's anti-environmentalism is a defining trait of the president.

Newsweek
Sep 18, 2019

'Fortnite' X Batman Event Leaked With Gotham City Challenges, Skins & Batarang
"Fortnite" gets a little DC flavor this week with the addition of "Fortnite" X Batman content. Read about the new challenges and skins here.

Newsweek
Sep 18, 2019

It's Time to Convince Both Liberals and Conservatives: The Time for a Carbon Tax Is Now | Opinion
The private and public sectors must work together to develop the breakthrough technologies needed for a clean energy transition. Putting a price on carbon is needed because demand drives innovation.

Newsweek
Sep 18, 2019

Arizona Senator Kyrsten Sinema Faces Censure Vote Over Trump Support: 'We Want Democrats to Vote Like Democrats and Not Republicans'
Sinema has sided with the president on more than 50 percent of votes held in the Senate.

Newsweek
Sep 18, 2019

11-Year-Old Boy With Autism Cuffed by Police After Wandering a Mile Away From School, Father Plans to Sue District: 'Our Children Deserve Better'
"The damage you have done to my son and the years of progress that has been setback are irreparable. A lawsuit isn't enough," the boy's father wrote on social media.

Newsweek
Sep 18, 2019

James Cameron Challenges Victor Vescovo's 'Record Breaking' Trip to Deepest Part of Ocean: 'It's Flat Down There, Impossible to Dive Deeper'
Director says the focus on records is detracting from deep sea science and exploration.

Newsweek
Sep 18, 2019

American Flag Set on Fire During Trump's California Fundraising Event, Fight Erupts Between Supporters and Protesters
The scuffles happened outside the Beverly Hills Hotel in Hollywood, near where the president was holding a fundraising event.

Newsweek
Sep 18, 2019

Heartbreaking Images That Show the Impact of Plastic on Animals in the Oceans
Plastic fragments are frequently ingested by a wide range of marine animals that often mistake the substance for food.

Newsweek
Sep 18, 2019

NATO Superiority Over Russia Has 'Eroded,' Forcing Alliance to Create New Strategy, U.S. General Says
General Joseph Dunford said that the new NATO strategy adopted in May was part of the alliance's response to the growing Russian threat.

Newsweek
Sep 18, 2019

Philippines' Duterte Offers Reward for Capture of Felons Released From Prison by Mistake, Would Prefer it if Convicts Are Dead: 'I Will Pay You Smiling'
There are hundreds of violent offenders still on the streets in the Philippines who President Rodrigo Duterte has ordered to hand themselves in.

Newsweek
Sep 18, 2019

Thieves Steal Valuable King Edward VII Jewelry From 15th Century Castle
The stolen items include a Fabergé gold cigarette case and a 1910 Cartier watch, according to police.

Newsweek
Sep 18, 2019

'Fortnite' Update 10.31 Adds Party Hub - Patch Notes
"Fortnite" Update 10.31 is live with a new feature called Party Hub. Read the full patch notes here.

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