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California wildfires: Nearly 1,300 unaccounted for in Camp Fire
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The death toll from the "Camp Fire" in Northern California increased to 76 on Saturday, while the number of people unaccounted for increased to 1,276. In Southern California, just outside of Los Angeles, the Woolsey Fire is 82 percent contained after burning 98,362 acres. Firefighters issued a red flag warning, which is issued for weather events which may result in extreme fire behavior, Saturday night into Sunday.

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Republican Rick Scott Wins Florida Senate Seat Over Incumbent Bill Nelson | Iowa Public Radio
Iowa Public Radiocached 58 minutes ago
Republican Gov. Rick Scott has defeated Democratic incumbent Bill Nelson in the Florida Senate race after a protracted and contentious recount. "I just spoke with Senator Bill Nelson, who graciously conceded, and I thanked him for his years of public service," said Scott in a statement issued by his campaign. Following both a machine and hand recount - mandated by law given the very tight margin of less than 0.25 percentage points - Scott continued to lead Nelson by more than 10,000 votes out of more than eight million votes cast.

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'Long live Europe?' Macron says only Franco-German union may stop global 'chaos' - RT World News
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Both Macron and Chancellor Merkel repeatedly vowed to “reform” the stagnating European Union while constantly calling for European cohesion and unity. Other countries, however, seem to be moving the other direction, with a number of eurosceptics coming to power. And to do that the French leader suggested quite a traditional recipe, saying that “Europe must be stronger” as well as more independent and sovereign, while European nations have to actually give up on quite significant parts of their own sovereignty.

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SNL: Steve Carell jokes that Amazon's new HQ2 locations are Jeff Bezos trolling Trump - The Washington Post
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Carell-as-Bezos also riffed on “his” 2013 purchase of The Washington Post. “I also love our Style section,” Carell-as-Bezos announced, smiling. That costs more to ship, because it's heavier,” Carell-as-Bezos said.

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Trump uses derisive nickname for Rep. Adam Schiff in tweet - SFGate
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Trump on Friday claimed that he, not his lawyers, wrote answers to questions from Mueller. Trump says he'll submit them soon to Mueller's team. WASHINGTON (AP) - President Donald Trump is name-calling Democratic Rep. Adam Schiff for saying Matthew Whitaker's appointment as acting attorney general is unconstitutional.

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Theresa May Warns Brexit Could Be 'Delayed Or Frustrated' As Draft Deal Faces Overwhelming Opposition | Zero Hedge
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May's suggestion that Brexit could still be cancelled comes as Scottish leader Nicola Sturgeon said her MPs would vote against the draft plan, while a poll of 505 Tory MPs found that more were against the deal than for it. And faced with the possibility of a "no-deal" Brexit, it's likely that MPs would vote for a second referendum to would raise the possibility of Brexit being scrapped altogether. This would add to the unanimous opposition from the DUP (the Northern Irish party propping up May's government) and almost guarantee that the deal would lose by a staggering margin, given that most Labour MPs would also be expected to vote against.

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Scattered tax protests persist in France; injuries up to 409 - NewsTimes
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PARIS (AP) - Holdouts refusing to end protests of fuel tax hikes continued to slow traffic around France as the number of injuries from the weekend demonstrations climbed to at least 409 - 14 of them serious, Interior Minister Christophe Castaner said Sunday. Blockades were counted at 150 scattered locations Sunday, Castaner told RTL radio. "It's a very powerful message sent from the depths of France," he said on BFMTV.

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Journalist who survived the Jonestown massacre 40 years ago warns it could happen again - News - The Register-Guard - Eu...
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Q: You've written so much about Jonestown over the years. Forty years ago, Charles Krause lay on the tarmac of a remote jungle airstrip in Guyana, shot in the hip, holding still and pretending to be dead. Despite his own injury, Krause kept reporting on Jonestown in the days after, filing detailed reports as the first journalist allowed to return to the gruesome site.

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'It's a suffering tape': Sensitive Trump says he won't listen to audio record of Khashoggi killing - RT US News
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the US president told the 'Fox News Sunday' program. However, he assured the group that he was “fully briefed” on the contents of the recording. Turkish authorities said they've obtained this gruesome audio and have shared it with several countries, including the US.

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Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf? - Israel News - Jerusalem Post
Israel online news | The Jerusalem Post 55 minutes ago
Albee's Virginia Woolf mercilessly, deliberately grinds human relationships into mincemeat. Dear Reader, As you can imagine, more people are reading The Jerusalem Post than ever before. We want to keep our journalism open and accessible and be able to keep providing you with news and analyses from the frontlines of Israel, the Middle East and the Jewish World.

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Tales from Utah Valley: Everyone should get a piece of the pie this Thanksgiving | Community News | heraldextra.com
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Thanksgiving is traditionally a day full of food and family. Last year, Tabitha's Way provided 550 Thanksgiving cook-at-home meals for families. Nine years ago, the first annual Thanksgiving Community Dinner was held in Lindon.

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US joins plan for Papua New Guinea naval base | American Samoa | Samoa News
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Port Moresby, PNG - The United States will join Australia in expanding the Lombrum Naval Base on Papua New Guinea's Manus Island. Without elaborating on details, he confirmed the US would partner with Papua New Guinea and Australia on a joint naval base on PNG's northern island. This builds on the plan to re-develop Manus' Lombrum site as a base for Australian vessels, and joint acivities with PNG, including maritime patrolling, as revealed by Canberra and Port Moresby in recent weeks.

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Alex Smith carted off after suffering gruesome ankle injury versus Texans - The Washington Post
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Washington Redskins quarterback Alex Smith was carted off the field midway through the third quarter after suffering a gruesome injury to his lower right leg. The team immediately announced that Smith was out with an ankle injury. Most of the Texans also left the bench to acknowledge Smith before he was taken away.

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At the U.S. border, migrant caravan will slow to a crawl
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TIJUANA, Mexico - When the Central American caravan finally crosses onto U.S. soil - past the fresh coils of barbed wire, through the chain-link door - its people will begin a closely monitored existence in U.S. custody, with showers every two days and guard checks every 15 minutes. They will have two hot meals a day, a cold lunch and possibly cereal before bed. What the experience won't be, for the several thousand migrants who are now pooling up in Tijuana, is fast.

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Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald leaves me questioning so much - CNET
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After hearing multiple times that Grindelwald and Dumbledore can't fight each other, we finally find out why. All through the film the audience waits patiently to find out who the creepy boy from the religious orphanage in Fantastic Beasts really is. In fact, it feels like this is exactly the kind of lie Grindelwald would tell Credence in order to effectively weaponize him against Dumbledore.

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White House Will Release 'Very Full Report' On Khashoggi Findings On Tuesday | Zero Hedge
Zero Hedge 2 hours ago
In response to the Friday report in the Washington Post, Trump said that information was premature. In a wide-ranging Fox News interview released on Sunday, President Trump said he hadn't listened to the Khashoggi tape, one day after he praised the US's relationship with Saudi Arabia in response to reports that the CIA had identified Crown Prince Mohammad bin Salman as the mastermind of the plot to kill Jamal Khashoggi. On Saturday, Trump spoke with Secretary of State Mike Pompeo and CIA chief Gina Haspel while aboard Air Force One as he traveled to California to meet with people affected by deadly wildfires, according to White House Press Secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders.

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Michigan football can't lose their heads vs. Ohio State
The Detroit Free Presscached 1 hour ago
Michigan has plenty to work on this week, so overconfidence certainly won't be an issue. This could be an interesting wrinkle at Ohio State. If Winovich's upper body injury keeps him out of Saturday's game at Ohio State, that's a serious blow for Michigan.

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The Latest: Furniture Row Racing says goodbye to NASCAR - San Antonio Express-News
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Furniture Row is closing after the race at Homestead-Miami Speedway. Actor Josh Dallas showed up for the NASCAR finale and professed his love for IndyCar. Domit said NASCAR has "been supporting diversity for a long time," and Suarez's success was an example of that commitment.

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AP Top 25: No. 23 Army ranked for 1st time since 1996 | The Bellingham Herald
Bellingham WA Breaking News, Sports & Crime | The Bellingham... 1 hour ago
Also debuting in the Top 25 this season was Pittsburgh at No. 24. Army being ranked has been a rarity since the early 1960s. Boston College fell out of the Top 25 after losing at Florida State.

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Lowes Black Friday 2018 deals: $25 Google Home Mini bundle, $70 off Nest products - CNET
CNET Homecached 1 hour ago
And discounted to $179, the Nest is a superior value to any competitor. If you're looking for a high-res streaming video camera, Lowe's $70 discount makes it virtually unbeatable. We like everything about the Nest Cam IQ Outdoor camera, which sends fast motion and person alerts and supports Alexa and Google Assistant.

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