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  • [Top Story]NFL: Odell Beckham Jr impresses as New York Giants fall to Atlanta Falcons10/23 10:10

    Odell Beckham Jr impresses with three smart catches in quick succession, leading to a consolation touchdown, as his New York Giants team fall to a 20-23 defeat at the Atlanta Falcons.......Search More News

  • [World]Microplastics Find Their Way Into Your Gut, a Pilot Study Finds - New York Times10/23 10:10

    New York TimesMicroplastics Find Their Way Into Your Gut, a Pilot Study FindsNew York TimesIn the next 60 seconds, people around the world will purchase one million plastic bottles and two million plastic bags. By the end of the year, we will produce enough bubble wrap to encircle the Equator 10 times. Though it will take more than 1,000 ...There's probably microplastic in your poopFast CompanyPlastic particles found in human digestive systemsThe TimesPlastic now in all our bodiesMetro Newspaper UKall 19 news articles »......Search More News

  • [Headlines]New York Today: New York Today: Cuomo vs. Molinaro Debate10/23 10:10

    Tuesday: A look at a political sparring match and a bagel controversy.......Search More News

  • [Headlines]The Far-Reaching Threats of a Conservative Court10/23 10:10

    Will the Supreme Court wipe out the government protections that have shielded Americans from abusive business practices since the New Deal?......Search More News

  • [Technology]Sharing More Than Just Rides in Car-Maker Alliances10/23 10:10

    Auto makers are increasingly partnering with each other and their would-be rivals in Silicon Valley to pursue new ventures in self-driving cars.......Search More News

  • [World News]Turkey's Erdogan says Saudi officials planned to murder Jamal Khashoggi days before his death10/23 10:10

    Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan today revealed new details in the murder of Saudi Arabian journalist Jamal Khashoggi, as he broke his three-week-long silence on the case. In an address to his party in parliament, Mr Erdogan said saying the murder of the Washington Post columnist was "planned" days in advance and several members of the so-called hit squad arrived in Istanbul ahead of Khashoggi’s disappearance to scope out a forest.  In his first major speech since the journalist disappeared, Mr Erdogan said Turkey would not accept Saudi Arabia’s explanation that the killing was a rogue operation carried out by intelligence officials and implied he believed it was ordered by senior leaders.   The president said there were many questions that are still unanswered by Saudi Arabia, “Including, why have there been so many inconsistent statements made? Why is it that the body is nowhere to be found?” Mr Erdogan has said he will "go into detail" about a case that has shocked the world and raised suspicions that a Saudi hit squad planned Khashoggi's killing after he walked into the consulate on Oct. 2, and then attempted to cover it up. He did not say who was behind the killing as some speculated he might. Neither did he reference any of the tapes Turkish officials are believed to have of Khashoggi’s torture and killing. Top Turkish officials have said Turkey would clarify exactly what happened to Khashoggi and a stream of leaks to national and international media has increased pressure on Saudi Arabia, which is hosting a investment conference this week that many dignitaries have decided to skip because of the scandal. After initially denying any knowledge of Khashoggi's fate, the kingdom gave a new story on Saturday, saying he died in a "fistfight." Gina Haspel, CIA chief, flew to Turkey last night, in a sign of panic from the Trump administration that ally Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman will be implicated. The timing of the controversy could not be worse for the crown prince as he prepares to host a key investment summit on Tuesday, overshadowed by big name cancellations. The Future Investment Initiative kicks off today and was intended to draw leading investors who could help underwrite heir-apparent Prince Mohammed's ambitious plans to revamp the economy. But the summit, nicknamed "Davos in the desert", has been overshadowed by growing global outrage over the murder of Khashoggi inside the kingdom's consulate in Istanbul. The chief executive of German industrial conglomerate Siemens Joe Kaeser was the latest among dozens of global executives to withdraw from the summit, hosted by the kingdom's sovereign wealth fund. Ministers from the United States, Britain and France, which have huge defence deals at stake with Saudi Arabia, have already pulled out of the summit. Corporate heads from JP Morgan to carmaker Ford and ride-hailing app Uber, as well as media powerhouses like Bloomberg, CNN and the Financial Times have all abandoned plans to attend. Organisers have taken down a list of speakers from its website and on Monday refused to confirm the number of attendees. And in a fresh setback, the forum's website went down on Monday after an apparent cyberattack. There was no immediate claim of responsibility. Meanwhile, Turkish sources have kept up a steady stream of leaks from their investigation into how the journalist died casting further doubt on the Saudi version of events - that Khashoggi died after an argument spiralled into a brawl. Donald Trump said he was "not satisfied" with Riyadh's explanation of the death and world leaders are demanding answers. On Monday, CNN broadcast images showing a Saudi official playing a body double for Khashoggi, wearing the journalist's clothes, exiting the consulate. Jamal Khashoggi death | The unanswered questions Omer Celik, spokesman of Mr Erdogan's ruling party, said the killing "was planned in an extremely savage manner," and that "there has been a lot of effort to whitewash this". An Erdogan adviser, Yasin Aktay, wrote in the Yeni Safak daily that Riyadh's version of events "feels like our intelligence is being mocked". The security official heading a team of 15 Saudis allegedly sent to Istanbul, called the head of Crown Prince Mohammed Bin Salman's office, Bader al-Asaker, "four times after the murder", the adviser added. Abdulkadir Selvi, whose Hurriyet newspaper columns are closely watched for indications of Mr Erdogan's thinking, wrote that Khashoggi was slowly strangled to death before a Saudi forensic specialist cut his body into 15 pieces while listening to music. "We cannot close this file until the crown prince is brought to account and removed from his post," said Selvi. Saudi Foreign Minister Adel al-Jubeir, a smooth former envoy to Washington, appeared on Fox News Sunday to blame a "rogue operation" by individuals who "exceeded their responsibilities" and then "tried to cover up for it". On Tuesday he said the killing of a critic like Khashoggi is something that must "never happen again". Saudi Arabia's leadership will "see to it that the investigation is thorough and complete and that the truth is revealed and those responsible will be held to account", he told reporters. "And that mechanism and procedures are put in place to ensure that something like this can never happen again." What we know The saga surrounding the fate of Saudi Arabia’s best-known journalist has played out in claims and counterclaims published in the world’s media, as both Turkey and Riyadh struggle to control the narrative.  Since news of Mr Khashoggi’s disappearance broke, journalists have had to rely on carefully controlled releases of information from Turkey - a country which has in recent years muzzled its relative free press - and Saudi Arabia, which never enjoyed one to begin with. The singular fact that both countries can agree on is that Mr Khashoggi entered the Saudi consulate in Istanbul at 1.14pm on October 2, leaving his Turkish fiancee Hatice Cengiz waiting outside. Turkey gave Saudi Arabia a day to come up with an explanation, but Riyadh was not forthcoming. The kingdom offered the explanation that the journalist met with officials at the consulate and left shortly after, saying they noted nothing out of the ordinary. Ms Cengiz, who stood by the exit for more than four hours before raising the alarm, said that was impossible. Saudi’s response appeared not to be satisfactory for Turkey either, which was under mounting pressure to investigate an alleged state-ordered assassination on its soil. A series of leaks followed, including CCTV footage of Khashoggi entering the consulate, but not leaving.  Turkish officials alluded to a tape they had which they said revealed that the journalist was tortured and then killed. His body chopped into pieces and taken out of the embassy.  It implicated members of MBS's inner circle.  The kingdom was forced to respond, saying their own investigation found there was a "fistfight" between Khashoggi and some of the Saudi officials who entered the embassy. They were not there at the order of the crown prince and were to be fired and investigated.  Turkish officials have continued to leak damaging information in the hope of forcing Saudi to come clean. International reaction and diplomatic fallout There is a lot at risk here, with the incident threatening Turkey-Saudi relations, US-Turkey relations and perhaps most importantly Saudi-US relations. Ankara has under Erdogan jockeyed for influence in the region over Sunni powerhouse Saudi Arabia. The two have an alliance of convenience in conflicts in Syria and Yemen but partnership has always been uneasy. President Erdogan has until now been careful to distance himself from the reports, instead preferring to leak damning details to the press through confidantes. The US, a close and strategic ally of the bin Salman family, initially stayed silent as they weighed their response. Mr Trump appeared to open the door for Saudi rulers to distance themselves from the scandal but appearing to place the blame on “rogue assassinations”. Neither country is looking for a high-level diplomatic confrontation and both have strong incentives to agree a version of events that absolves Crown Prince Mohammed. A US-Saudi rift would likely send shockwaves around the world, destabilising oil markets and the global investment climate, not to mention dealing a blow to the Trump administration's own plans in the Middle East. Last week the president despatched Mike Pompeo, US Secretary of State, to Riyadh to smooth things over. But Mr Trump’s softly-softly approach has not be well-received at home.      ......Search More News

  • [Top Story]At George Soros's Westchester County Home, Explosive Device Found in Mailbox - New York Times10/23 10:00

    New York TimesAt George Soros's Westchester County Home, Explosive Device Found in MailboxNew York TimesAn explosive device was found on Monday in a mailbox at the Westchester County home of George Soros, the billionaire philanthropist who is a favorite target of right-wing groups, the authorities said. A law enforcement official confirmed that the ...Explosive device found at residence of George Soros, liberal philanthropist and target of far rightWashington PostExplosive Device Mailed To Liberal Philanthropist George Soros' New York HomeNPRExplosive device found near the home of George Soros in an upscale New York suburbCNBCBBC News -Wall Street Journal -TIME -snopes.comall 399 news articles »......Search More News

  • [Gossip]Spice is Going For a “Fresh Start” With This Extreme New Look - VH1.com (blog)10/23 10:00

    VH1.com (blog)Spice is Going For a “Fresh Start” With This Extreme New LookVH1.com (blog)Love & Hip Hop Atlanta might not be on right now, but that's not stopping Spice from keeping it new and fresh. The star posted a photo on Instagram, featuring an extremely new look and announcing the pre-order for her mixtape. oembed-error This content ...Is Spice bleaching her skin? The Love and Hip Hop Atlanta star appears to have a lighter skin toneMonsters and Criticsall 27 news articles »......Search More News

  • [Top Story]Dolphins, 'yawn cams' and political connections -- China's new mega bridge10/23 10:00

    The world's longest sea bridge was officially inaugurated on Tuesday by China's President Xi Jinping with supporters hailing it as an engineering triumph and detractors calling it a controversial white elephant. Here are some facts about the remarkable new multi-billion dollar structure that connects the two semi-autonomous cities of Hong Kong and Macau to the sprawling Pearl River delta economic zone via the Chinese mainland city of Zhuhai. In terms of sheer size, it is a record breaker -- the longest ocean bridge and tunnel system in the world.......Search More News

  • [Top Story]Is free speech really under threat in universities?10/23 09:50

    BBC Reality Check looks at whether universities have banned books, speakers or changed course content.......Search More News

  • [Business]European stocks fall to lowest levels since 2016; German Dax down 2% - CNBC10/23 09:50

    CNBCEuropean stocks fall to lowest levels since 2016; German Dax down 2%CNBCEuropean stocks were lower Tuesday morning, as diplomatic tensions in Saudi Arabia, concerns over Italy's Budget and ongoing Brexit talks all depressed market sentiment. The pan-European Stoxx 600 was down over 1.3 percent percent during early ...FTSE 100 falls to seven-month low as a 'thick blanket of risk' shrouds markets – business liveThe Guardianall 100 news articles »......Search More News

  • [Technology]Intel: No, We Aren't Abandoning 10nm Chips - PCMag10/23 09:50

    PCMagIntel: No, We Aren't Abandoning 10nm ChipsPCMagIntel is denying a new report that claims the chipmaker is abandoning its 10 nanometer manufacturing process following years of delays. "Media reports published today that Intel is ending work on the 10nm process are untrue," the company tweeted on ...Intel rebuffs claims that 10nm chip fabrication process has been abandonedAppleInsiderIntel: 10nm Is Not Dead (It's Getting Better)Tom's HardwareIntel denies rumors that 10nm Cannon Lake CPUs have been cannedDigital TrendsCRN -PC Gamer -SemiAccurate -NDTVall 46 news articles »......Search More News

  • [Business]Dyson to build his new electric car in Singapore - BBC News10/23 09:41

    BBC NewsDyson to build his new electric car in SingaporeBBC NewsDyson, the UK-based company best known for its vacuum cleaners, has chosen to build its new electric car in Singapore. The company will break ground on its new factory in Singapore later this year with the first car scheduled to roll off the production ...European shares hit 22-month low as a 'thick blanket of risk' shrouds markets – business liveThe GuardianDyson chooses Singapore for first electric car plantFinancial TimesDyson chooses Singapore to build new electric carTelegraph.co.ukall 91 news articles »......Search More News

  • [Sports]Conor McGregor reveals two key mistakes as he breaks down Khabib Nurmagomedov defeat round-by-round - The Independent10/23 09:30

    The IndependentConor McGregor reveals two key mistakes as he breaks down Khabib Nurmagomedov defeat round-by-roundThe IndependentConor McGregor has offered his deepest insight yet into his defeat against Khabib Nurmagomedov at UFC 229 earlier this month, and pinpointed two crucial mistakes that he made that led to him losing only his second match in the UFC. The Irishman ...Conor McGregor says he's happily wait in line for a rematch with Khabib NurmagomedovStuff.co.nzConor McGregor surprises Boston firefighters with World Series tickets & whiskeyBoston 25 Newsall 322 news articles »......Search More News

  • [Headlines]Saudi Arabia hopes OPEC and allies will ink new cooperation deal in December10/23 09:30

    Saudi Arabia hopes OPEC and other oil producers will sign a deal in December to extend cooperation to monitor and stabilize the oil market, said the kingdom's energy minister on Tuesday. ......Search More News

  • [Financial]Christie's auctions 1st piece of art created by artificial intelligence10/23 09:10

    New York is conducting the auction for the computer-printed portrait on Tuesday.......Search More News

  • [Top Story]England Netball: Commonwealth Games champions' new investment10/23 09:10

    England netball has received new investment that will fund the national team past 2019, says chief executive Joanna Adams.......Search More News

  • [Headlines]4 fast food myths you probably think are true10/23 09:10

    Next time you chow down on cheap eats, have no fear.......Search More News

  • [Headlines]Aliens could be purple, new study says10/23 09:10

    Alien life might be purple.......Search More News

  • [World News]Vietnam elects Communist Party chief as new president10/23 09:00

    Vietnam's rubber stamp National Assembly has elected Communist Party General Secretary Nguyen Phu Trong as the country's president, succeeding Tran Dai Quang, who died last month......Search More News

  • [World News]Vietnam elects communist party leader as president10/23 08:50

    Vietnam's National Assembly on Tuesday elected ruling Communist Party General Secretary Nguyen Phu Trong, the architect of an ongoing crackdown on corruption, as the country's new president. ......Search More News

  • [Top Story]Explosive device found near home of billionaire investor George Soros10/23 08:40

    A suspicious package targeting billionaire investor and philanthropist George Soros was rendered safe in Bedford, New York Monday, a law enforcement source tells CNN.......Search More News

  • [Top Story]Trump threatens new nuclear arms race10/23 08:40

    President Donald Trump told reporters Monday that the United States would increase its nuclear arsenal until other nations "come to their senses," threatening an arms race days after he said he would withdraw the US from a Cold War nuclear treaty.......Search More News

  • [Business]Dow Jones Industrial Average Closes Down 127 Points, but Did You See the Nasdaq? - Barron's10/23 08:40

    Barron'sDow Jones Industrial Average Closes Down 127 Points, but Did You See the Nasdaq?Barron'sNasdaq Stands Its Ground. Two of the three major U.S. indexes were unable to sustain early gains and closed in the red, with only the Nasdaq Composite ending in positive territory on Monday. The rally of Chinese stocks didn't seem to affect how ...and more »......Search More News

  • [World]Train's Driver Disabled Speed Controls Before Taiwan Crash, Officials Say - New York Times10/23 08:40

    New York TimesTrain's Driver Disabled Speed Controls Before Taiwan Crash, Officials SayNew York TimesTAIPEI, Taiwan — Taiwanese investigators found that excessive speed caused a train derailment that killed 18 people, and said Tuesday that the train's driver was considered a possible criminal suspect in the accident. The derailment on Sunday, which ...Excessive Speed Named as the Cause of Taiwan's Deadliest Train Crash in DecadesTIMETaiwan train travelling twice speed limit before crash that killed 18The Guardianall 141 news articles »......Search More News

  • [Headlines]The New Health Care: The Problem With Probiotics10/23 08:40

    There are potential harms as well as benefits, and a lot of wishful thinking and imprecision in the marketing of products containing them.......Search More News

  • [Gossip]Harry and Meghan arrive in Fiji in British royals' first visit since 2006 coup - Reuters10/23 08:30

    ReutersHarry and Meghan arrive in Fiji in British royals' first visit since 2006 coupReutersSYDNEY (Reuters) - Britain's Prince Harry and his wife Meghan touched down in Fiji on Tuesday for the first royal visit to the South Pacific nation since a military coup 12 years ago saw it suspended from the Commonwealth for eight years until ...Meghan Markle and Prince Harry Royal tour LIVE: Duchess returns to FULL schedule in FijiExpress.co.ukRoyal Tour: Prince Harry and Meghan arrive in Fiji9news.com.auMeghan Markle Gave a Sweet Nod to Her Royal In-Laws With Her Jewelry in FijiPOPSUGARThe Sydney Morning Herald -The Guardianall 2,607 news articles »......Search More News

  • [Business]What #MeToo Has to Do With the Workplace Gender Gap10/23 08:30

    A new study from Lean In and McKinsey shows the pervasiveness of sexual harassment at the office and the persistence of inequality. That isn’t a coincidence.......Search More News

  • [Technology]Phil Schiller Defends iPhone XR Screen in Interview - The Mac Observer10/23 08:20

    The Mac ObserverPhil Schiller Defends iPhone XR Screen in InterviewThe Mac ObserverIn a new interview with Engadget, Phil Schiller talks about the iPhone XR, including the iPhone XR screen and why the resolution shouldn't matter. [5 iPhone XR Cases to Protect Your Device]. iPhone XR Screen. The resolution of the iPhone XR screen has ...and more »......Search More News

  • [World News]An Indian Court Ordered a Temple to Admit Women. So Far, It Hasn’t.10/23 08:10

    At least 12 women have tried to enter Sabarimala Temple since the Supreme Court struck down its ban, but mobs — or official discouragement — have stopped them.......Search More News