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Lindsay Graham, one of Trump’s staunchest GOP allies, called the president a ‘handful’ and...

Speaking to "Axios on HBO" on Sunday, Graham called Trump a "handful" and an "an equal opportunity abuser of people."
Topics: HBO

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Graham Open to New Evidence on Impeachment

Sen. Lindsey Graham, one of President Trump’s most vital allies on Capitol Hill, opened the door to changing his mind on impeachment if there turns out to be what he considers a quid pro quo, Axios reports. Said Graham: “If you could...
Topics: Lindsey Graham

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Pompeo briefs NATO on Turkey cease-fire

BRUSSELS — Secretary of State Mike Pompeo briefed NATO ambassadors Friday night on a cease-fire that’s not quite a cease-fire, worked out between allies that are not quite acting like allies.Pompeo stopped briefly at the alliance headquarters in...
Topics: Mike Pompeo, Nato, Turkey, Belgium, Brussels

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France: Macron warns about stigmatizing Muslims and linking Islam with jihad terror amid veil row

French President Emmanuel Macron has warned against “stigmatising” Muslims or making the link between Islam “with the fight against terrorism.” Macron also condemned what he called the “irresponsibility” of political commentators...
Topics: France, Emmanuel Macron, Religion, Terrorism

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Warren, Yang fight over automation divides experts

Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-Mass) and entrepreneur Andrew Yang's fight over jobs and automation at the last Democratic debate highlighted the divide over the contentious issue, including among experts.Warren and Yang sparred at Tuesday's presidential...
Topics: Debate

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Former sensation Justin Trudeau fighting for his political life in Canada’s election

Trudeau’s Liberals are locked in a tight race with Andrew Scheer’s Conservatives as Canadians head to the polls Monday.
Topics: Canada, Polls

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Hillary Clinton Ditches DC Event Attended by Tulsi Gabbard, Kirstjen Nielson

An expected face-to-face meeting between Hillary Clinton and Hawaii Rep. Tulsi Gabbard set for next Friday was averted after Clinton decided not to go to the Fortune Most Powerful Women Summit .
Topics: Hillary Clinton

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US Defense Chief in Afghanistan for Firsthand Look at War

Mark Esper sought a firsthand assessment Sunday of the U.S. military's future role in America's longest war as he made his initial visit to Afghanistan as Pentagon chief. Stalled peace talks with the Taliban and unrelenting attacks by the insurgent...
Topics: Afghanistan, Military, Pentagon, Taliban

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4 Key Numbers From Netflix's Q3 Earnings Report

Netflix (NASDAQ: NFLX) is going to see some tough quarters ahead -- that much is certain. But for now, let's take a look at how this longtime growth stock performed in its most recent quarter -- and what that means as investors consider what lies...
Topics: Netflix (NFLX), Nasdaq, US Equity Markets

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3 Reasons Netflix Won't Raise Prices Again in 2020

Netflix (NASDAQ: NFLX) announced four price increases for its service within the 58 months from April 2014 to January 2019. Combined with continued subscriber growth, the price increases have led to phenomenal revenue growth for the streaming...
Topics: Netflix (NFLX), Nasdaq, US Equity Markets

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Mike Pompeo Reminds Me of Al Capone

Mike Pompeo Reminds Me of Al Capone How to say in Latin that our Secretary of State is pompous and dishonest as it gets? Oh yea – if one says “quid pro quo” in English, it never happened. These unbelievable stupid excuses for denying what is...
Topics: Mike Pompeo

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UK’s Johnson asks for a Brexit delay that he doesn’t want

LONDON — British Prime Minister Boris Johnson is pressing ahead to try to win parliamentary backing for his new Brexit deal as the European Union considers his grudging request to extend the looming Oct. 31 Brexit deadline. Johnson late Saturday...
Topics: United Kingdom, London

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 Afghan Taliban Continue to Work Closely With Al-Qaida in Afghanistan

A Taliban delegation reportedly met earlier this month with Zalmay Khalilzad, the U.S. special representative for Afghanistan reconciliation. The alleged gathering came during an official Taliban visit to Islamabad to meet with Pakistan officials.It...
Topics: Taliban, Al-qaeda, Afghanistan, Pakistan, Islamabad

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Thread: News Summary from the Week that Was (13 – 19 October)

Here are this week’s stories that don’t fit the media’s “Republicans bad, Democrats good” narrative. There are a lot of items from which to choose, but these are somewhat off the beaten path but nevertheless important. Once again, I am...

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History's Mysteries: Could Nazi Germany Have Taken Moscow?

Michael Peck History, Europe What would have happened if they had? Key point: Capturing Moscow would not have necessarily resulted in Berlin's victory. After seventy-five years, the question remains so tantalizing: What if the Germans had...
Topics: Germany, Russia, Moscow, Berlin

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Lebanon’s Hariri announces reform package after days of protests

Lebanese Prime Minister Saad al-Hariri agreed on Sunday a package of reforms with governmentpartners to ease an economic crisis that has sparked protests aimed at ousting  a ruling elite they see as riddled with corruption and cronyism. Officials...
Topics: Lebanon, Protests

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Apple AirPods 2 vs. Samsung Galaxy Buds: Which are the better buds?

Who makes the better true wireless earbuds? Is it Apple, with its classic white AirPods and fantastic charging case, or Samsung, whose new Galaxy Buds boast waterproofing, a wireless charging case, and sleek ergonomic design.
Topics: Apple, Samsung, Mobile Technology

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Huawei MediaPad M7 render leaks, reveals first punch-hole tablet

Huawei might hold on to the announcement until CES or MWC 2019, but, as per the report, the MediaPad M7 will likely be a flagship Android slate. The post Huawei MediaPad M7 render leaks, reveals first punch-hole tablet appeared first on Pocketnow.
Topics: Huawei, Tablets, Android, Mobile Technology

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Apple engineer explains how the incredibly useful Security Code AutoFill feature came to be

One of the most useful new features to come to iOS over the last several years has been Security Code AutoFill. Added in iOS 12, this feature autofills the security code authentication text messages you receive from banks, websites, and more. On...
Topics: Apple, Ios, Twitter, Social Media

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Justice Department Distances Itself From Giuliani

In an unusual statement, a spokesman said department officials would not have met with President Trump’s personal lawyer had they known his associates were under investigation.

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The coming end of Christian America

America is still a "Christian nation," if the term simply means a majority of the population will claim the label when a pollster calls. But, as a new Pew Research report unsparingly explains, the decline of Christianity in the United States...
Topics: Religion

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Fossil's latest Wear OS watches now make calls using iPhones

Fossil has acted on its promise to show more love to iPhone users with its Gen 5 smartwatches. An in-progress software update now lets the wristwear make calls using Apple's handsets, making them some of the first Wear OS devices with calling...
Topics: Mobile Technology, Iphone, IPhone 5, Smartwatch, Apple

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Walmart's Flipkart Investment May Have Already Grown 50%

Walmart (NYSE: WMT) bought a majority stake in leading Indian e-commerce company Flipkart last year for about $16 billion at a valuation of around $20 billion. Just over a year after closing the deal, Walmart may be about to make a major change to...
Topics: Wal-Mart Stores, Flipkart, US Equity Markets

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My recent talk at OECD

It covers privacy, Facebook, security vs. competition, Huawei, the proposed digital tax, and recent OECD corporate tax proposals.  Here is the video. The post My recent talk at OECD appeared first on Marginal REVOLUTION.
Topics: OECD, Facebook, Social Media, Huawei, Taxes, Business Videos

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Our Tax System Rewards Polluters

Charlie SimmonsClimate justice activists gathered outside a forum attended by fossil fuel executives in New York City on Sunday, September 22, 2019 ahead of the U.N. climate summit. (Photo: 350.org/Twitter)
Topics: Taxes, Activism, Usa Photos, Social Media

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Teaching Democrats to Speak Evangelical

Eliza Griswold writes about the faith-based organization Vote Common Good, whose aim is to help Democratic office-seekers connect with moderate evangelical Christians who have become disenchanted with the excesses of the Trump Administration.

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Will NBC’s Sex Scandals Force Dems to Cancel MSNBC Debate?

The headline over at NBC News was succinct: "MSNBC, Washington Post to co-host November Democratic presidential debate. Eight candidates appear to have qualified so far for the matchup in Georgia next month. The NBC story reported this:...
Topics: MSNBC, Debate

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Disney+ non-fiction shows include Mickey, Wolfgang Puck documentaries

Disney already has a robust lineup of scripted shows for its upcoming streaming service, but it'll also have documentaries on offer for non-fiction fans. The company has announced new non-fiction originals for Disney+ at the International...
Topics: Disney, Documentaries

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