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  • Think tanks reconsider Saudi support amid Khashoggi controversy

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    The push to disassociate from Saudi Arabia has proven complex for Washington’s most prominent public policy institutions.

    Mon, 15 Oct 2018 15:31:04 -0400
  • Maryland Police Officer Charged With Raping Woman During Traffic Stop

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    A Maryland police officer was arrested and charged with rape Monday after he

    Tue, 16 Oct 2018 09:50:42 -0400
  • Student reportedly fed classmates cookies made with grandmother's ashes

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    Authorities are investigating after a high school student allegedly fed her

    Tue, 16 Oct 2018 11:54:56 -0400
  • Proud Boys Street Gang Had A Weekend Of Coast-To-Coast Violence

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    For one weekend, a violent misogynistic and homophobic street gang of proto-

    Mon, 15 Oct 2018 13:00:58 -0400
  • Facing doubts from women voters, Tennessee’s Phil Bredesen opens up about his wife's kidnapping

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    The centrist Democrat speaks out about his wife's kidnapping, explaining that protecting women is very personal to him.

    Mon, 15 Oct 2018 13:16:46 -0400
  • Fox News' Brian Kilmeade Calls Man-Made Climate Change A 'Point Of View'

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    The co-hosts of "Fox & Friends" predictably were full of praise Monday for

    Mon, 15 Oct 2018 13:32:44 -0400
  • Best Bites: Brie and cheddar apple beer soup

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    Welcome to Best Bites, a twice-weekly video series that aims to satisfy your

    Mon, 15 Oct 2018 08:00:00 -0400
  • Hurricane Michael adds to hardship of Florida's poor

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    LYNN HAVEN, Fla. (AP) — Mary Frances Parrish is expecting to be without electricity for several weeks, or roughly the same time the terminally ill son she's caring for is expected to live.

    Mon, 15 Oct 2018 11:48:52 -0400
  • UK PM says still believes Brexit deal is 'achievable'

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    British Prime Minister Theresa May said Monday she still believes a Brexit deal is "achievable", despite talks with the European Union becoming deadlocked on the issue of the Irish border. "I continue to believe that a negotiated deal is the best outcome for the UK and for the EU. The sticking point is how to keep open the land border between Northern Ireland and EU member Ireland after Britain leaves the bloc's single market and customs union.

    Mon, 15 Oct 2018 11:15:28 -0400
  • Midterm elections: Michelle Obama compared to chimpanzee by Republican Senate candidate

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    A Republican Senate candidate compared Michelle Obama to a chimpanzee during her meeting with the Queen and urged the former first lady to stand up “straighter”. Karin Housley – currently a state senator who serves in Minnesota – took to Facebook in 2009 to compare Ms Obama to the chimpanzee in 1951 film Bedtime for Bonzo, which starred Ronald Reagan.

    Tue, 16 Oct 2018 08:52:00 -0400
  • German police say Cologne hostage-taker was Syrian man

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    A man who took a woman hostage in Cologne on Monday was a 55-year-old Syrian who was granted asylum in Germany, police said, adding he was in a coma after being shot several times. This could have caused a "huge" explosion, Senior Cologne police official Klaus-Stephan Becker told a news conference. Witness statements suggested the man, who arrived in Germany in March 2015, had links to Islamic State, though no evidence to support that had been found, Becker said.

    Tue, 16 Oct 2018 12:13:05 -0400
  • 28-year-old woman dies after being shot while driving in Georgia

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    Aspiring model Kelsey Quayle died after a head-on traffic collision that occurred after she sustained a gunshot wound while driving.

    Mon, 15 Oct 2018 12:52:07 -0400
  • Lindsey Graham Rails Against Saudi Crown Prince: He's A 'Wrecking Ball'

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    Sen. Lindsey Graham (R-S.C.) told "Fox & Friends" on Tuesday that he'll never

    Tue, 16 Oct 2018 11:08:09 -0400
  • Deadly train derailment in Morocco

    At least seven people were killed and about 80 injured when a train was derailed near the Moroccan capital Rabat on Tuesday morning, a medical source said. “Some people lost their arms and legs in the accident,” the medical source there said. Relatives of the victims wept at the hospital.Some cases were treated at the Mohammed V military hospital in Rabat, state news agency MAP reported.

    Tue, 16 Oct 2018 14:03:28 -0400
  • In Senate race, GOP Rep. Blackburn accuses her opponent of being a Democrat

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    In the Tennessee Senate race, Rep. Marsha Blackburn has struggled to hold on to GOP moderates who lean toward her Democratic rival, Phil Bredesen.

    Tue, 16 Oct 2018 07:47:39 -0400
  • Paul Allen, Microsoft Co-Founder, Dead At 65

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    Paul Allen, the co-founder of Microsoft and owner of the Seattle Seahawks and

    Mon, 15 Oct 2018 18:16:35 -0400
  • Trump calls Elizabeth Warren 'Pocahontas' again after she reveals DNA results

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    President Trump on Tuesday revived his nickname for Sen. Elizabeth Warren, who released a DNA test showing evidence she has Native American ancestry.

    Tue, 16 Oct 2018 08:58:33 -0400
  • Ohio Haunted House Employees Suspended After Allegedly Staging Mock Rape

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    Ryan Carr and his girlfriend, Sarah Lelonek, were shocked when the scene unfolded at the Akron haunted house.

    Tue, 16 Oct 2018 13:46:37 -0400
  • Suspicious letter sent to Sen. Susan Collins home

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    A hazardous materials team was called to investigate a suspicious letter sent to the home of Republican Sen. Susan Collins.

    Mon, 15 Oct 2018 20:21:10 -0400
  • Germany deports man convicted over 9/11 terror attack 17 years after atrocity

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    Germany has deported a Moroccan man who acted as a "book-keeper" for the 9/11 terrorists, 17 years after the deadly attacks. Mounir el Motassadeq, a member of a terrorist organisation known as the called "Hamburg cell", was imprisoned in 2006 after he was convicted of aiding lead hijacker Mohamed Atta and two other al-Qaeda extremists by paying their tuition and rent to keep the pretence that they were students. Almost 3,000 people were killed when two hijacked planes were flown into the twin towers of New York's World Trade Centre on 11 September 2001.

    Mon, 15 Oct 2018 09:45:40 -0400
  • Video of city commissioner shooting man released by police

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    Surveillance footage shows Lakeland City Commissioner Michael Dunn fatally shooting a man at a military surplus store in Florida.

    Mon, 15 Oct 2018 13:57:48 -0400
  • Larry Nassar Survivors Rail Against New Head Of USA Gymnastics

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    UPDATE: 4:45 p.m. ― Mary Bono announced Tuesday that she is resigning after

    Tue, 16 Oct 2018 12:28:38 -0400
  • Idaho wildlife official resigns over uproar about killing baboon family

    An Idaho wildlife official was forced to resign on Monday after photographs of him posing with a family of baboons and other wild creatures he killed in September during a hunting trip in Africa went viral online, igniting a firestorm of criticism. In a resignation letter to Idaho Gov. C. L. "Butch" Otter, state Fish and Game Commissioner Blake Fischer cited poor judgment in posting the images. Otter, who first appointed Fischer to the seven-member commission in 2014, said he asked for and received Fischer’s resignation on Monday.

    Mon, 15 Oct 2018 23:13:12 -0400
  • GOP Senate Candidate Accuses Arizona Rival Of 'Treason' In Debate

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    The U.S. Senate campaign debate in Arizona ended Monday evening on an

    Tue, 16 Oct 2018 00:12:20 -0400
  • Flash floods tear through southwestern France

    Flash floods tore through towns in southwest France, turning waterways into raging torrents that killed at least 13 people, nine of them in just one town, authorities said Monday. The rains that swept in from the Mediterranean killed nine people there, Interior Ministry spokesman Frederic de Lanouvelle said. He told BFMTV that the floods in the Aude region also killed four other people in other locations, left one person missing and seriously injured five others.

    Mon, 15 Oct 2018 11:02:42 -0400
  • Chinese ambassador says dealing with Donald Trump is 'very confusing'

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    Foreign diplomats based in Washington find dealing with Donald Trump's inner circle "very confusing", the Chinese ambassador to the United States revealed yesterday (Sunday). Cui Tiankai said he had spoken with ambassadors to other nations who also share his concerns about the difficulty of working with top members of the administration. During an interview with US TV, he said it was often hard to know who was in charge of what. "Honestly, I’ve been talking to ambassadors of other countries in Washington, DC, and this is also part of their problem," said Ambassador Tiankai. "They don’t know who is the final decision-maker. Of course, presumably, the president will take the final decision, but who is playing what role? Sometimes it could be very confusing." His comments came as tensions over trade tariffs between the two super powers reach fever pitch and ahead of a likely meeting between Chinese President Xi Jinping and Mr Trump at the G20 summit in Buenos Aires, Argentina next month. The ambassador also described the presence of US warships in the South China Seas as being "on the offensive" after a destroyer almost collided with an aggressive Chinese military vessel earlier this month. He said: "Where the incident took place, you were right to say it was in South China Sea. So it’s at China’s doorstep.  "It’s not Chinese warships that are going to the coast of California, or to the Gulf of Mexico. It’s so close to the Chinese islands and it’s so close to the Chinese coast. So who is on the offensive? Who is on the defensive? This is very clear." And on Mr Trump's accusations that China routinely steals the intellectual property of Americans, the high-ranking diplomat said: "I think all of these accusations about how China has developed are groundless and not fair to the Chinese people."

    Mon, 15 Oct 2018 10:43:19 -0400
  • Walmart expands lingerie offering with the help of Bare Necessities

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    You could soon be able to pick up your favorite Calvin Klein underwear from Walmart. The retail giant is doubling down on intimates with the acquisition of the lingerie retailer Bare Necessities, which it is adding to its online offering in the US. Bare Necessities, which counts more than 100,000 stock keeping units from more than 160 brands, will also continue to operate its own standalone site.

    Mon, 15 Oct 2018 09:17:37 -0400
  • Recovery of Nepal climbers delayed by mountain's remoteness

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    KATHMANDU, Nepal (AP) — Rescuers hampered by difficult, remote terrain took two days to recover the bodies of nine climbers, including one of the world's best, who hoped to map a new route to a Himalayan peak in Nepal that hasn't been scaled in eight years.

    Mon, 15 Oct 2018 13:42:44 -0400
  • Saudi considers admitting Khashoggi died in botched op: reports

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    Saudi Arabia is considering an admission that journalist Jamal Khashoggi died during an interrogation that went wrong, US media reported on Monday. Khashoggi, a Saudi national and US resident who became increasingly critical of powerful Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman, has not been seen since he walked into the kingdom's Istanbul consulate to sort out marriage paperwork on October 2. Turkish officials have said they believe he was killed, a claim Saudi Arabia denies.

    Mon, 15 Oct 2018 18:48:17 -0400
  • Canada legalises marijuana: Everything you need to know about the new cannabis law

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    Canada is set to become the largest country in the world to legalise marijuana for recreational use this week, following Uruguay’s lead earlier this year. A key campaign pledge by the country’s Liberal prime minister Justin Trudeau before his 2015 election, he argued that it would reduce the estimated C$6bn (£3.5bn) in profits from cannabis sales pouring into his country’s black market. What are the new marijuana laws in Canada?

    Tue, 16 Oct 2018 08:10:00 -0400
  • Sears Didn't 'Die.' Vulture Capitalists Killed It.

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    If you've been following the impending bankruptcy of America's iconic retailer

    Mon, 15 Oct 2018 13:19:11 -0400
  • The 2019 BMW X7 Is the Biggest Bimmer SUV Ever

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    With its new three-row family hauler, BMW finally shows it understands that more is more when it comes to luxury SUVs.

    Tue, 16 Oct 2018 18:01:00 -0400
  • NRATV Host On 'Fox & Friends': Alec Baldwin's A 'Deranged Lunatic' For GOP Remarks

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    Speaking to "Fox & Friends" Monday, NRATV host Dan Bongino called Alec Baldwin

    Mon, 15 Oct 2018 12:55:09 -0400
  • Social Security Changes Coming in 2019

    Social Security recipients will get 2.8 percent bigger checks in 2019. Get ready for these Social Security changes coming in 2019. The average Social Security benefit for retired workers is expected to climb by $39 to $1,461 per month as a result of this change.

    Mon, 15 Oct 2018 10:36:57 -0400
  • Donald Trump says climate change not hoax, but takes aim at 'political agenda' of scientists

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      Donald Trump has questioned whether climate change is “man-made” and suggested that world temperatures could start falling in the future.  The US president said during an interview with CBS’s 60 Minutes show that he does not think climate change is a “hoax”, reversing his previous position.  However Mr Trump claimed that some scientists have a “very big political agenda” and suggested there is no consensus about the cause of global warming.  “I think something's happening. Something's changing and it'll change back again. I don't think it's a hoax, I think there's probably a difference,” Mr Trump said.  “But I don't know that it's man-made. I will say this: I don't want to give trillions and trillions of dollars. I don't want to lose millions and millions of jobs. I don't want to be put at a disadvantage.”     The comments come just days after the Nobel Prize-winning Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change [IPCC] warned that the Earth’s temperature could rise 1.5C by as early as 2030.  One IPCC board member said at the time that the world had “the slimmest of opportunities remaining to avoid unthinkable damage to the climate system that supports life as we know it”.  Mr Trump, who has been a climate change sceptic for at least half a decade, announced last year that he would be pulling America out of the Paris Agreement on climate change, which seeks to limit greenhouse gas emissions.  He has also removed various emissions-reducing policies implemented by Barack Obama, his predecessor in the White House, and talked about the need to defend “beautiful, clean coal”.  Over the past six years Mr Trump has frequently questioned the validity of climate change, calling it an “expensive hoax” and “nonsense”.  He often joked on Twitter about global warming whenever the weather was cold, once tweeting in 2015: It's really cold outside, they are calling it a major freeze, weeks ahead of normal. Man, we could use a big fat dose of global warming!— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) October 19, 2015 During his 60 Minutes interview, Mr Trump walked back his claim that climate change was a hoax, but questioned the cause, saying “you don't know whether or not that would have happened with or without man”.  Challenged over how scientists have said extreme weather conditions are getting worse, Mr Trump replied: “You'd have to show me the scientists because they have a very big political agenda.” Elsewhere during the interview, Mr Trump – who the interviewer said appeared more confident in the role of president than during their last chat shortly after the 2016 election - defended a string of his policies and public comments.  Mr Trump insisted he had showed respect to Christine Blasey Ford, the woman who accused his Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh of sexual assault, despite mocking her failure to recall key details of the alleged incident during a rally speech.  “You know what? I'm not going to get into it because we won. It doesn't matter.  We won,” Mr Trump said. Mr Kavanaugh denied the claim and has since taken up his seat on the Supreme Court.    . @LesleyRStahl : “Do you still think that climate change is a hoax?” Pres. Trump: “Look, I think something’s happening, something’s changing, and it’ll change back again…”https://t.co/EVT05KB0UY. @60Minutespic.twitter.com/VbHTsJDGfn— CBS News (@CBSNews) October 15, 2018 Mr Trump criticised Jim Mattis, his defence secretary, calling him “sort of a Democrat” and insisting that he knew more about the North Atlantic Treaty Organisation [Nato] than Mr Mattis. The comments fuelled speculation that Mr Mattis could leave his post. The US president defended saying at a rally that he and Kim Jong-un, the North Korean leader, “fell in love”, insisting it was “just a figure of speech”.  Challenged that the words amounted to an embrace, Mr Trump replied: “Let it be an embrace. Let it be whatever it is to get the job done.” Mr Trump also appeared to play down the seriousness of Russia’s disruptive actions abroad. Asked whether Vladimir Putin, the Russian president, was “involved in assassinations” and “poisonings”, Mr Trump replied “probably he is, yeah”, but added: “It's not in our country.” The remarks follow the attempted assassination of Sergei Skripal, the Russian double agent, on British soil in March 2018, though the specific case was not explicitly mentioned during in the interview.  And on politics and Washington, DC, Mr Trump said: “This is the most deceptive, vicious world. It is vicious, it's full of lies, deceit and deception.”

    Mon, 15 Oct 2018 13:28:58 -0400
  • It's slow cooker season: Save $49 on this 3-in-1 model by Cuisinart, on sale at Walmart

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    Some of the best things are worth waiting for.  That's especially true when it comes to food. After all, do you really want to know what pulled pork tastes like when it's been rushed? (Here's a hint: it's not very good.) SEE ALSO: 9 of the best travel coffee mugs for your daily caffeine fix Even simple dishes, like mac and cheese, can become a masterpiece when you take it slow and low. But to pull this off, you're gonna need a great slow cooker. This Cuisinart 4-Quart 3-in-1 Multicooker is available at Walmart for $79.99, which is $49 off the original $129 price tag — and an excellent deal. It features streamlined controls that can easily jump between brown/sauté, slow cook, and steaming at the push of a button. You'll also be able to preset the times and temperatures for each, plus there's a big and bright LCD display to make programming things so much easier. Just imagine how much you'll use this baby come Thanksgiving. Image: Cuisinart Cuisinart 4-Quart 3-in-1 Multicooker Cook Central — $79.99 See Details

    Tue, 16 Oct 2018 12:31:16 -0400
  • GOP plays blame game while fighting to save House majority

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    Republicans have begun to concede defeat in the evolving fight to preserve the House majority.

    Mon, 15 Oct 2018 13:34:58 -0400
  • Mom, her 4 young kids found dead in their home

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    The mother, three daughters and son were found when a family member arrived at the house Monday in Columbia, about 50 miles south of Nashville, said Maury County Sheriff Bucky Rowland.

    Tue, 16 Oct 2018 11:08:43 -0400
  • Trump restrictions aside, American Airlines boosts profile in Cuba

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    American Airlines announced Monday that it would offer more daily flights to Cuba, by 2019, despite US restrictions on Americans traveling to that country. "We have recently started a fifth daily flight between Havana and Miami, and next year (in May) we will inaugurate a new daily flight between Miami and Santiago de Cuba, our sixth destination in the country," Ramon Jimenez, AA's manager in Cuba, said in a statement. The airline currently has 10 flights a day to the island, half of which are between Miami and Havana.

    Mon, 15 Oct 2018 23:52:20 -0400
  • Alyssa Milano Marks 1 Year Of Me Too With Heart-Wrenching Message To Her Daughter

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    Alyssa Milano shared a powerful and emotional message for her 4-year-old

    Mon, 15 Oct 2018 14:30:02 -0400
  • Porsche Panamera GTS Returns with Driver-Focused Goodies, Twin-Turbo V-8

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    Available as a regular Panamera and as a Sport Turismo, the GTS is the sportiest model that's not a capital-T Turbo.

    Mon, 15 Oct 2018 18:00:00 -0400
  • Saudis Reportedly Plan To Announce Jamal Khashoggi Was Killed Accidentally

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    Saudi officials have contemplated announcing that journalist Jamal Khashoggi

    Tue, 16 Oct 2018 06:19:11 -0400
  • France says it could help North Korea denuclearize if it sees real commitment

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    France, a nuclear power and permanent member of the United Nations Security Council, is not directly involved in talks between North Korea, South Korea and the United States to work toward the region's denuclearization. "We are waiting for precise commitments from Pyongyang to demonstrate its real desire to engage in a dismantlement of its nuclear and ballistic programs," Macron told a news conference alongside his South Korean counterpart Moon Jae-in. "We are ready to put forward our expertise and play an active role if a negotiation process is started." North Korean leader Kim Jong Un and U.S. President Donald Trump pledged at a landmark summit in Singapore in June to work toward denuclearization.

    Mon, 15 Oct 2018 12:53:10 -0400
  • The Most Beautiful Independent Store in Every State in America

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    Tue, 16 Oct 2018 09:18:55 -0400
  • Paul Allen dies aged 65: Tributes to Microsoft co-founder who 'changed the world'

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    Paul Allen, who founded Microsoft alongside Bill Gates in 1975, has died at the age of 65.  Mr Allen, who suffered from non-Hodgkin lymphoma, was also a prominent philanthropist, donating billions to science, conservation and the arts.  Eight years after starting the company he received his first cancer diagnosis, but it was treated successfully, though it forced him to retire early from his role at Microsoft. He developed non-Hodgkin lymphoma in 2009, which had been in remission until it returned earlier this year.  In a statement released at the start of this month, Mr Allen said he planned to fight the disease "aggressively".  “A lot has happened in medicine since I overcame this disease in 2009. My doctors are optimistic that I will see good results from the latest therapies, as am I," he said.  Bill Gates, left, and Paul Allen chat during a basketball game in Seattle Credit: AP On Monday his sister Jody Allen called him a "remarkable individual on every level".  "While most knew Paul Allen as a technologist and philanthropist, for us he was a much loved brother and uncle, and an exceptional friend.   "For all the demands on his schedule, there was always time for family and friends.  "At this time of loss and grief for us - and so many others - we are profoundly grateful for the care and concern he demonstrated every day," she said.  Mr Gates led the tributes from the tech world, remembering Mr Allen as "one of my oldest and dearest friends." "Personal computing would not have existed without him," Mr Gates added. "He was fond of saying, 'If it has the potential to do good, then we should do it.' That's the kind of person he was." Very sad to hear of Paul Allen’s passing. His passion for invention and pushing forward inspired so many. He was relentless to the end. My heart goes out to Paul’s family and friends.— Jeff Bezos (@JeffBezos) October 15, 2018 Current Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella said his contributions to technology had been "indispensable". "As co-founder of Microsoft, in his own quiet and persistent way, he created magical products, experiences and institutions, and in doing so, he changed the world," he said.  Tim Cook, CEO of Apple, said the tech industry had "lost a pioneer and our world has lost a force for good". Mr Allen never married and had no children, and was sometimes described as reclusive.  His early exit from Microsoft meant he dedicated much of his life to scientific and technological research, including the foundation of the Allen Institute, which began by focusing on neuroscience but has widened its approach to cover bioscience, and a more recent project to build a reusable space plane, designed to launch satellites.  So sad to hear about the passing of Paul Allen. Among many other things he was a pioneer of commercial space travel. We shared a belief that by exploring space in new ways we can improve life on Earth. All our thoughts are with his loved ones.— Richard Branson (@richardbranson) October 15, 2018 He also owned American football team the Seattle Seahawks and basketball team the Portland Trailblazers.  In a joint statement the organisations paid tribute to Mr Allen.  On their behalf Bill Hilf, CEO of Vulcan, which oversaw his businesses, said: "All of us who had the honour of working with Paul feel inexpressible loss today.  Sad to hear of the passing of Paul Allen, who was a strong advocate for environmental protection. He and the team at Vulcan played a pivotal role in developing the Shark Conservation Fund alongside LDF. His legacy lives on via his incredible work as a philanthropist and investor.— Leonardo DiCaprio (@LeoDiCaprio) October 16, 2018 "He possessed a remarkable intellect and a passion to solve some of the world’s most difficult problems, with the conviction that creative thinking and new approaches could make profound and lasting impact. "Millions of people were touched by his generosity, his persistence in pursuit of a better world, and his drive to accomplish as much as he could with the time and resources at his disposal."

    Tue, 16 Oct 2018 02:31:57 -0400
  • Toronto police tell people to stop calling them to snitch on neighbours growing cannabis

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    Police in Canada have told people to stop reporting their neighbours for growing cannabis after the country lifted a ban on the drug. Authorities in Toronto also urged the public not to report adults “for smoking a joint” as Canada becomes only the second nation in the world to fully legalise recreational use of marijuana. The city’s police have launched an awareness campaign in a bid to prevent time-wasting calls as new laws come into force on Wednesday.

    Tue, 16 Oct 2018 18:52:00 -0400
  • Our turkey meatloaf offers a lighter take on the classic

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    Don't overlook the benefits of a good meatloaf; though humble, it can be just the thing for a comforting meal, and leftovers make great sandwiches.

    Mon, 15 Oct 2018 10:57:07 -0400
  • Why the Air Force's Mighty F-22 Raptor Fleet Is In Serious Trouble

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    All thanks to one storm. 

    Tue, 16 Oct 2018 03:00:00 -0400
  • 2019 Chevrolet Blazer Prices Start Under $30,000 but Get Expensive Quickly

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    The "Blazer" is back, although it's not what you might have been expecting.

    Tue, 16 Oct 2018 14:49:00 -0400
  • Lyft Pushes Subscription Service for the Monthly Price of a New Car

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    Strictly for the city dweller who must be a passenger at all costs.

    Tue, 16 Oct 2018 10:48:00 -0400
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