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Former Pennsylvania mayor to be sentenced for corrupt fundraising

Former Pennsylvania mayor to be sentenced for corrupt fundraising A federal judge on Tuesday will sentence a former mayor of Allentown, Pennsylvania, who was convicted of bribery and related crimes that prosecutors said he carried out to finance an abortive run for the U.S. Senate. Ed Pawlowski, 53, was convicted on March 1 of 47 counts related to pay-to-play schemes in which he solicited kickbacks from prospective city contractors. Government prosecutors are seeking to have Pawlowski sentenced to 12 to 15 years in prison.


Turkey's Erdogan says Saudi officials planned to murder Jamal Khashoggi days before his death

Turkey's Erdogan says Saudi officials planned to murder Jamal Khashoggi days before his death 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.      


Suspected explosive device found at George Soros' New York home

Suspected explosive device found at George Soros' New York home Soros, one of the world's biggest donors to liberal groups and causes, has become a hate figure for right-wing campaigners in the United States and eastern Europe, and the target of a hostile media campaign by the nationalist government in his native Hungary. An employee at the home in Katonah, New York, opened the package, revealing what appeared to be an explosive device. Soros was not home at the time, the New York Times reported.


Record $1.6 billion jackpot up for grabs in Tuesday's Mega Millions drawing

Record $1.6 billion jackpot up for grabs in Tuesday's Mega Millions drawing A record-setting $1.6 billion prize that would instantly make a single winner one of the richest people in the world will be up for grabs on Tuesday when the Mega Millions holds its drawing. The Mega Millions jackpot, along with a Powerball lottery prize that stands at $620 million, has caused lotto fever to sweep across the U.S. over the last few days. Mega Millions set a record for lottery jackpots after nobody won the $1 billion prize on Friday.


Ivanka Trump Hails Jared Kushner's 'Quiet Achievement' And Twitter Has Questions

Ivanka Trump Hails Jared Kushner's 'Quiet Achievement' And Twitter Has Questions Ivanka Trump praised her husband Jared Kushner on Twitter Monday night for his


China's Xi opens world's longest sea bridge linking Hong Kong, Macau

China's Xi opens world's longest sea bridge linking Hong Kong, Macau China opened the world's longest sea-crossing bridge and tunnel on Tuesday, linking the financial center of Hong Kong, the gambling hub of Macau and western reaches of the Pearl River Delta at the heart of southern China's economic boom. The Hong Kong-Zhuhai-Macau bridge is made up of nearly 35-km (22-mile) of bridge and road sections, and a 6.7 km (4-mile) tunnel between artificial islands to allow shipping to pass unhindered. President Xi Jinping presided over the inauguration early on Tuesday but said little except to declare the bridge officially open to a burst of fireworks projected onto a screen behind him.


George Soros: Explosive device found at philanthropist's home, sparking FBI investigation

George Soros: Explosive device found at philanthropist's home, sparking FBI investigation The FBI’s anti-terrorism task force is investigating after an explosive device was found at the home of billionaire philanthropist George Soros. Agents and local police officers were called to the hamlet of Katonah, New York, where Mr Soros lives, at 3.45pm on Monday after an employee found an apparently explosive package in a post box, Bedford Police Department said. The employee took the package to a wooded area and called police, who alerted the FBI and the Bureau of Alcohol, Firearms and Explosives.


Twitter Users Taunt 'Spineless' Ted Cruz For Bowing To Donald Trump After 2016 Insults

Twitter Users Taunt 'Spineless' Ted Cruz For Bowing To Donald Trump After 2016 Insults As President Donald Trump visited Texas to stump for Sen. Ted Cruz, an old


Donald Trump And Ted Cruz Seal Alliance In Texas After 'Little Difficulties'

Donald Trump And Ted Cruz Seal Alliance In Texas After 'Little Difficulties' President Donald Trump and Sen. Ted Cruz (R-Texas) were all smiles during a


Twitter removes more accounts affiliated with Infowars

Twitter removes more accounts affiliated with Infowars The company confirmed a CNN report, which said Twitter permanently suspended 18 accounts, partly because of their attempts to help Infowars and Jones circumvent the ban placed on them by Twitter in September.


Hundreds of migrant children held in U.S. tent city for months: filings

Hundreds of migrant children held in U.S. tent city for months: filings More than 500 children have been housed in tents near Tornillo, Texas since August, and 46 have been held there since June, according to a Friday court filing in Los Angeles federal court by civil rights organizations and advocacy groups representing migrant children. The filing opposes a government request to exempt the Office of Refugee Resettlement (ORR), which runs the tent city as a branch of the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS), from oversight by a court-ordered monitor.


U.S. top court blocks questioning of Ross in census suit

U.S. top court blocks questioning of Ross in census suit The U.S. Supreme Court on Monday blocked a judge's order forcing Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross to give a deposition in a lawsuit by 18 states challenging a planned question in the 2020 census that would ask respondents whether they are U.S. citizens. The justices issued a stay of the Sept. 21 order by U.S. District Judge Jesse Furman in Manhattan requiring Ross to face questioning by lawyers for the states while litigation over the politically charged dispute continues. It represented only a partial win for President Donald Trump's administration as the justices declined to halt Furman's orders compelling a top Justice Department official, John Gore, to sit for a deposition and for the administration to hand over more documents on the matter.


Trump says transgender policy seeks to 'protect the country'

Trump says transgender policy seeks to 'protect the country' Asked about a campaign promise to protect the LGBT community, Trump said: "I'm protecting everybody. The move would remove recognition of and protections for transgender people under U.S. civil rights laws promoted by the prior administration of President Barack Obama in health care, schools and the military. The reported proposal comes little more than a week after New York City created a gender-neutral "X" option for birth certificates, joining California, Oregon, Washington state and New Jersey in offering a third gender category on the government-issued identity documents.


U.S. Bible museum says five Dead Sea Scrolls fragments fake

U.S. Bible museum says five Dead Sea Scrolls fragments fake German-based researchers tested the fragments and found five "show characteristics inconsistent with ancient origin and therefore will no longer be displayed," the museum said in a statement. Academics have long questioned the authenticity of Dead Sea Scroll fragments sold by antiquities dealers. The museum established by the Green family of Oklahoma, who own U.S. craft-store chain Hobby Lobby, funded research over the past two years into whether its 16 Dead Sea Scroll fragments were genuine.


San Diego flight bound for Hawaii make emergency landing at Oakland International

San Diego flight bound for Hawaii make emergency landing at Oakland International A Hawaiian Airlines jet that made an emergency landing in Oakland Monday morning, remains on the ground there.


Michael Avenatti Ordered To Pay $4.85 Million To Former Colleague

Michael Avenatti Ordered To Pay $4.85 Million To Former Colleague Michael Avenatti, the attorney for adult film star Stormy Daniels, has


Guard shoots man trying to break into Washington TV station office

Guard shoots man trying to break into Washington TV station office A security guard shot and wounded a man who kicked in the front doors of the offices of the Fox 5 channel in Washington on Monday afternoon, the television station and police said. "The man was reportedly confronted by a FOX 5 contracted security guard who shot the suspect in the upper torso," the channel, owned and operated by Fox Television Stations, reported. No one else was hurt, according to Fox 5 and the police.


The Top 11 Places To Celebrate Christmas In July Across The Country

Musk says LA Hyperloop tunnel to be unveiled December 10

Musk says LA Hyperloop tunnel to be unveiled December 10 Elon Musk's Hyperloop ultra high-speed transport system will be unveiled in Los Angeles in early December with free test rides to the public, the entrepreneur announced. "The first tunnel is almost done," Musk said on Twitter late Sunday night.


He’s no saint – but Roger Stone insists he’s innocent of Russia collusion

He’s no saint – but Roger Stone insists he’s innocent of Russia collusion Roger Stone has spent a lifetime cultivating a reputation as a political street fighter of the first order – a no-holds-barred conservative campaign operative fluent in the dark arts of electoral persuasion and deception. This is a rough-and-tumble game,” Mr. Stone told the Monitor during a wide-ranging, two-hour interview at his home here. In perhaps his most ambitious project, Stone began working as far back as 1988 to convince a flashy, combative New York City real estate developer and eventual reality TV star to run for president of the United States.


Dow, S&P fall as earnings season picks up; tech boosts Nasdaq

Dow, S&P fall as earnings season picks up; tech boosts Nasdaq Technology sector gains limited losses on the S&P 500 and helped to lift the Nasdaq. The beaten-down S&P technology index was up 0.8 percent. The S&P 500 energy index sank 1.1 percent after Halliburton warned that fourth-quarter earnings would miss estimates amid ongoing weakness in the North American hydraulic fracturing market.


Would US quitting the INF treaty rekindle a big-power arms race?

Would US quitting the INF treaty rekindle a big-power arms race? An administration with little love for treaties and the limits they place on the exercise of American power is about to scrap another one – this time the Reagan-era Intermediate-Range Nuclear Forces Treaty. President Trump told a campaign rally over the weekend that he intends to pull the United States out of what is known simply as the INF treaty, and this week he has dispatched his national security adviser, John Bolton, to Moscow to inform Russian President Vladimir Putin of the US decision. Spurred on by Mr. Bolton – the preeminent hawk in the White House and a longtime critic of the treaty signed with Russia in 1987 – Trump says he’ll withdraw from what he considers another bad international deal for the US, one he and arms control experts agree Russia has been violating for years.


Officer fatally shoots suspect in Georgia police slaying

Officer fatally shoots suspect in Georgia police slaying SNELLVILLE, Ga. (AP) — A police officer on Monday shot and killed an 18-year-old man accused of fatally shooting another officer near a school in the Atlanta area over the weekend, police said.


Why a nuclear-arms pact can save Europe

Why a nuclear-arms pact can save Europe On Sunday, Mikhail Gorbachev, the last leader of the Soviet Union, asked President Trump to drop his recent call for the United States to leave a nuclear arms treaty that Mr. Gorbachev himself negotiated with President Ronald Reagan in 1987. The pact, which is called the Intermediate-Range Nuclear Forces (INF) Treaty, has helped keep a relative peace in Europe for more than three decades. It also reflects a growing sentiment among Russians that they can find a home within Europe rather than remain divided over issues such as nuclear threats, the Ukraine conflict, and spy scandals.


Will increasingly indoorsy Canadians answer the call of the wild?

Will increasingly indoorsy Canadians answer the call of the wild? A recent weekend at Forks of the Credit Provincial Park, 45 minutes north of Toronto, is a picture of autumnal bliss. “I think it becomes more of a hassle to get outside,” says Daniel Kouto, who lives in Toronto.


Costa Rica Rafting Accident Leaves 5 Dead, Including 4 American Bachelor Party Attendees

Costa Rica Rafting Accident Leaves 5 Dead, Including 4 American Bachelor Party Attendees A white-water rafting excursion in Costa Rica turned deadly on Saturday when


U.S. gets lottery fever as jackpots rise to $2.2 billion

U.S. gets lottery fever as jackpots rise to $2.2 billion Gregory Baron, 24, and Ben Nelson, 27, on Monday were eagerly purchasing $2 tickets for the Mega Millions jackpot in hopes of winning the record-setting $1.6 billion prize and becoming among the richest people in the world. "I would incorporate myself as a business and become my own company," Baron said inside the Port Authority Bus Terminal in Manhattan, adding that he would also pay off his student loans and parents' mortgage and donate to charities if he wins. The Mega Millions website briefly crashed on Monday ahead of the drawing due to a surge in visitors, said a spokeswoman for the Maryland Lottery and Gaming Control Agency, which administers the website.


Yahoo News Explains: The international treatment of journalists

Yahoo News Explains: The international treatment of journalists According to the Committee to Protect Journalists, 63 journalists have been killed in 2018 so far. Here's what you need to know about dangers faced by the media in the U.S. and abroad.


Mega Millions website crashes as record jackpot draws clicks

Mega Millions website crashes as record jackpot draws clicks NEW YORK (Reuters) - The U.S. Mega Millions lottery website crashed on Monday ahead of a record $1.6 billion drawing on Tuesday night.


Leslie Jones Showed No Mercy As She Hilariously Live-Tweeted ‘The Shape Of Water’

Leslie Jones Showed No Mercy As She Hilariously Live-Tweeted ‘The Shape Of Water’ Guillermo del Toro's "The Shape of Water" may have won the Oscar for Best


Christine Blasey Ford's Testimony Quotes Were Graffitied On Yale Law School Steps

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Correction: CBS-Parsons story

Correction: CBS-Parsons story In some versions of a headline on a story Oct. 21 and 22 about an interim CBS chairman resigning, The Associated Press erroneously reported the last name of the chairman. It's Parsons, not Parson.


Woman Who Left Toddler on Texas Porch Says She Did Nothing Wrong: 'Everything Blew Out of Proportion'

Woman Who Left Toddler on Texas Porch Says She Did Nothing Wrong: 'Everything Blew Out of Proportion' Keairra Woods says she was doing the boy's mother a favor, but she gave him the wrong address.


Atlantic-Pacific's New Collection At Nordstrom Only Looks Expensive

Atlantic-Pacific's New Collection At Nordstrom Only Looks Expensive Fans of flirty fashion and affordable prices will love the latest collection


Actress Amber Heard says birth on U.S.-Mexico border sparked rights activism

Actress Amber Heard says birth on U.S.-Mexico border sparked rights activism U.S. actress Amber Heard, a star of the upcoming "Aquaman" superhero movie and a U.N. human rights champion, said on Monday her childhood in Texas near the Mexican border helped spark her activism. Going home in his pickup truck, there was an "indelible impression left on my soul", a recognition of injustice and unfairness for children on the Mexican side. "Simply due to where I was born, a few miles north of this line, I was free to travel back and forth as I saw fit," she told an audience at the United Nations in Geneva on Monday.


Kentucky Community Unites to Help Elderly McDonald's Worker Cope With Longtime Wife’s Death

Kentucky Community Unites to Help Elderly McDonald's Worker Cope With Longtime Wife’s Death Wendall Gill, 85, works full-time at a Kentucky McDonald's and cares for two special needs grandsons.


The Latest: Suspect in Georgia officer's death shot, killed

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State of Play: Tightening Arizona race threatens Democrats' slim Senate hopes

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2019 Ford Ranger Production Has Begun, and You Can Preorder One Now

2019 Ford Ranger Production Has Begun, and You Can Preorder One Now If you submit your order by January, you're guaranteed to get your Ranger by July, Ford says.


U.S. regulator suspends trading in company for 'false' cryptocurrency claims

U.S. regulator suspends trading in company for 'false' cryptocurrency claims The U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission said on Monday it temporarily suspended trading in shares of American Retail Group after the company claimed SEC approval as a custodian for cryptocurrency trading. The agency recently cautioned investors that the agency does not issue such endorsements or approvals. Nevada-based American Retail Group, also known as Simex, Inc., claimed in August it had partnered with an SEC-qualified custodian for cryptocurrency transactions that would be "under SEC Regulations," according to the agency.


U.S. wants ruling on 'Dreamers' in Supreme Court's current term

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Medtronic co-founder who created wearable pacemaker dies

Medtronic co-founder who created wearable pacemaker dies MINNEAPOLIS (AP) — Earl Bakken, an electronics repairman who created the first wearable external pacemaker and co-founded one of the world's largest medical device companies, Medtronic, has died. He was 94.


The Yenko Chevrolet Camaro Returns with up to 1000 Horsepower

The Yenko Chevrolet Camaro Returns with up to 1000 Horsepower It's also available with only 835 horses.


Thomas Markle Found Out About Meghan Markle's Baby News From The Radio

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Prince Harry Wants Meghan Markle to Have a Baby Girl and People Couldn't Be More Excited

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Kmart employee gives emotional announcement before the store closed permanently

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The 2019 Volvo S60 Shrink-Wraps Volvo's Best Stuff into One Smart Package

The 2019 Volvo S60 Shrink-Wraps Volvo's Best Stuff into One Smart Package And in doing so, displays a unique and likeable character.


The 2019 Nissan Maxima Is Getting a New Look

The 2019 Nissan Maxima Is Getting a New Look The updated sedan will have more active-safety tech, and we'll learn the full details at the Los Angeles auto show.


Photographer documents abandoned asylums and psychiatric hospitals

Photographer documents abandoned asylums and psychiatric hospitals These eerie images showcase the haunting abandoned asylums that lie dotted across secluded parts of the U.S. and Canada. Intrepid explorer Dave, the man behind the social media presence Freaktography, has spent more than six years documenting these wonders.


These are the top 10 moneymaking cities from travel and tourism

These are the top 10 moneymaking cities from travel and tourism A new report reveals that Shanghai made the most money from tourism in 2017, raking in USD $35 billion mostly from domestic visitors.