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  • Harvey Weinstein fired over sexual harassment allegations

    Harvey Weinstein fired over sexual harassment allegations

    Among his other producing credits included films like Pulp Fiction , The Aviator , and Peter Jackson's The Lord of the Rings trilogy. They continued to work for the firm until 2005 when they quit to set up the Weinstein Company , which spawned hits including The King's Speech , Django Unchained and Silver Linings Playbook .

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  • EU Reaches Out to UK Opposition, May's Job Uncertain

    EU Reaches Out to UK Opposition, May's Job Uncertain

    The EU and Britain clashed Monday after British Prime Minister Theresa May said the ball was in the EU's court as Brexit negotiations entered a critical fifth round. Ms Chapman said she did not want a Norway-style settlement which involved ongoing contributions to the EU's budget. He said neither said will win "100 per cent" and instead called for a political compromise to be struck.

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  • Centre and Delhi government lock horns about proposed Metro fare hike

    Centre and Delhi government lock horns about proposed Metro fare hike

    Mr. Kejriwal also expressed the Delhi government's willingness to take over the DMRC. Last week, Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal had asked Gahlot to find within a week a way to stop the "anti-people" fare hike. He hoped that the spirit of partnership would continue to prevail and a mutually acceptable solution would be found. However, Centre should provide the other half of the funds.

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  • Locals come together to help hurricane victims in Puerto Rico

    Locals come together to help hurricane victims in Puerto Rico

    Puerto Rico , a United States territory with nearly 3.5 million American citizens, was devastated by the storm. "The unprecedented devastation across the island of Puerto Rico has led to independent damage assessments in the $95-billion range, roughly 150 percent of Puerto Rico's Gross Domestic Product", Rosselló said in the letter.

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  • Columbus Day Parade Will Go on Amid Controversy, Rain

    Columbus Day Parade Will Go on Amid Controversy, Rain

    The second Monday of October is recognized as Indigenous Peoples Day in Mount Pleasant, however, in other cities throughout the US, it is still celebrated as Columbus Day. "We do not celebrate him because of what he did negatively", Angelo Vivolo from the Columbus Citizen's Foundation told 1010 WINS' Roger Stern. "We do this because our history book erase such history".

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  • Northern California wildfires: Emergency declared as 1500 structures burned

    Northern California wildfires: Emergency declared as 1500 structures burned

    Fourteen large-scale fires are now burning in the region, and Cal Fire has noted that the estimates with regards to the destruction are likely conservative. Residents and businesses should evacuate immediately in the areas of Cross Creek Road, Sky Farm Drive, Saint Andrews Drive, all residences north Fountaingrove Parkway and Montecito Heights.

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  • Zubair Khan first to get 'Bigg Boss 11' boot

    Zubair Khan first to get 'Bigg Boss 11' boot

    He was reprimanded by Salman who asked him if horribly cursing at women is what he wanted to show his children. The film actors later entered the house to calm down the contestants' heated atmosphere after Zubair Khan's exit. While we all wait to see what these padosis will do inside the house, it's time to get a little more familiar with them considering we haven't seen much of them till now.

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  • VP Mike Pence leaves National Football League game after anthem protest

    VP Mike Pence leaves National Football League game after anthem protest

    Colts players wore T-shirts drawing attention to equality and justice and stood with their arms locked during the anthem. Vice President Mike Pence and Second Lady Karen Pence sit in the crowd prior to the start of the national anthem at the NFL football game between the Indiana Colts and the San Francisco 49ers at the Lucas Oil Stadium in Indianapolis.

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  • Iran warns USA against imposing new sanctions

    Iran's Islamic Revolution Guards Corps commander, Major General Mohammad Ali Jaafari on Sunday warned the united states to relocate its regional bases out of the reach of Iran's missiles in case Washington takes new measures against Tehran .

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  • How to watch World Cup qualifier online

    How to watch World Cup qualifier online

    They could and maybe should have beaten England, but they did beat Lithuania and Malta before last week's crucial win over Slovakia, courtesy of Martin Skrtel's dramatic late own goal. So, if you want to watch Scotland's crunch World Cup qualifier online, here's Express.co.uk's guide to live streaming the action. Slovenia can still qualify but require both a win against Scotland here and a Maltese shock - so neither side will be settling for a draw .

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  • Lewis Hamilton WINS Japanese Grand Prix as Vettel's Ferrari retires

    Lewis Hamilton WINS Japanese Grand Prix as Vettel's Ferrari retires

    Engine problems forced the German out of Sunday's Japanese Grand Prix on the fourth lap after his Ferrari mechanics had worked feverishly on the starting grid to try and fix an engine problem. "I just felt a couple of things so you just point out things that you might forget to tell them". With the issue unresolved, the four times world champion retired from the race after just four laps with his title hopes in tatters.

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  • Swedish journalist Kim Wall's decapitated head is found

    Swedish journalist Kim Wall's decapitated head is found

    The head, legs and clothes of Swedish journalist Kim Wall - who died after going on a trip with an inventor on his submarine - have been found by divers, police in Denmark have said. Officials said her head, arms and legs had been deliberately cut off after her death. In September, he told a court Wall died in an accident when she was hit by the submarine's heavy hatch cover .

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  • We can not afford to have a digital divide

    We can not afford to have a digital divide

    Both the Congress and the BJP are seeking divine intervention for winning Gujarat Assembly elections. Emphasising that the definition of development is changing, the PM said, "Earlier, a hand pump would be put and a leader would use that for multiple elections".

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  • Supreme Court Collegium recommends 3 for elevation as Kerala HC judges

    Supreme Court Collegium recommends 3 for elevation as Kerala HC judges

    The lawsuit also lists a number of white judges who engaged in criminal behavior, who the attorneys argue were treated more fairly or less severely than Griffen, an African-American judge who has not been accused of criminal activity. "This is a legislative function in our Constitution", Hutchinson said of HR1001. University of Chicago law professor Geoffrey Stone, an expert on the First Amendment, says that public employees are held to different standards than private citizens, and thus may ...

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  • Bump fire stocks found on Las Vegas shooter's guns

    Now, the bump stock - an accessory many people had never heard of before Sunday - is at the center of our country's gun debate. "I'm not an expert on bump stocks, [but] all things that make America safer and don't infringe on the Second Amendment, count me in", Graham said.

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  • VK Sasikala out on 5-day emergency parole

    VK Sasikala out on 5-day emergency parole

    According to the conditions, Sasikala is allowed only to visit the hospital where her husband is admitted and stay at her house in Chennai . Sidelined AIADMK leader VK Sasikala was on Friday reportedly granted five-day parole by Karnataka jail authorities.

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  • Oil Slides Near $50 on Signs US Fuel Stockpiles Increased

    Oil Slides Near $50 on Signs US Fuel Stockpiles Increased

    Saudi Arabian King Salman bin Abdul Aziz harshly criticised Iran on his first visit to Russian Federation, which has close relations with the Islamic republic. However, any discord was eclipsed by mutual expressions of respect, and the pomp and ceremony laid on by Russian officials to greet the Saudi king. "But you shouldn't think it's forever".

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