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‘Fox & Friends’ Host Brian Kilmeade Shuts Down Eric Trump: Republicans ‘Blew It’ on Health Care

Eric Trump smacked down on FOX

Eric Trump was so zealous when he sat down with the hosts of Fox & Friends this Midterm Election Day morning that they were forced to tamp him down a bit when he began to emulate his father and make wild claims about the Democratic playbook.

“America is winning!” the first son exclaimed, sounding like a fired up Charlie Sheen. “We are winning at everything we do. Our economy is winning, our military is winning, our veterans are winning. We’re winning at jobs, we’re winning with trade, we’re winning at everything right now.”

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Mysterious interstellar object floating in space might be alien, say Harvard researchers

Mysterious proe may be alien craft

It's been dubbed a comet, an asteroid, and a new class of interstellar object. Now, a paper from Harvard astronomers suggests one more possibility into the mysterious object nicknamed "Oumuamua": Alien probe.

Researchers focused on whether solar radiation pressure could explain the unusual acceleration of "Oumuamua," the first object entering the Earth's solar system from interstellar space.

The paper said if solar radiation pressure is the reason "Oumuamua" is moving at high speeds, it represents "a new class of thin interstellar material" either made naturally or through artificial means.

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Saudis tampered with CCTV cameras after Khashoggi murder: report

Saudis tampered with CCTV cameras after Khashoggi murder

Turkish media have reported that staff at Saudi Arabia's consulate in Istanbul tried to dismantle security cameras to help cover up the murder of journalist Jamal Khashoggi.

The pro-government Sabah newspaper reported on Tuesday that the Saudis tried to rip out the camera inside the consulate on October 2, the day Khashoggi was murdered.

They also tried to tamper with cameras at the police security booth outside the building.

The body of Khashoggi, a former Washington Post columnist and critic of the powerful Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman, remains missing.

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UNICEF Official Calls Yemen A Living Hell For Children

UN declares Yemen children living in Hell

The humanitarian situation in Yemen is worsening, with millions of children at risk of starvation and fighting intensifying despite international pressure for a cease-fire in the country's civil war, according to a senior United Nations official who last week visited the rebel-held port of Hodeidah.

Geert Cappelaere, the regional director for UNICEF, says Yemen is a "living hell" for children. In addition to creating shortages of food and clean water, fighting has caused the breakdown of Yemen's medical system, including immunizations, leading to fatal outbreaks of measles and diphtheria.

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Supreme Court refuses to take up challenge to Obama-era net neutrality rules

SC refuses to take up net neutrality challengeThe Supreme Court on Monday put an end to a legal battle over the Obama administration's net neutrality rules, refusing to hear an appeal of a lower court ruling that upheld the 2015 regulations.

The court declined to hear the appeal from the trade group USTelecom, which represents internet service providers, and Century Link Inc. without explanation.

The internet service providers (ISPs), along with the Trump administration, had asked the justices to toss out the ruling from the U.S. Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit.

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US military rejected White House request to build migrant detention facilities

Military rejected WH request to build detention homes on the borderThe US military declined a draft request from the Department of Homeland Security last month to build housing for detained migrants, during early discussions in the Trump administration about the military’s role on the border, according to officials.

By voicing its opposition, the Pentagon helped ensure that its mission was tailored to providing support only to government personnel on the border.

After initial discussions about the issue, there was no mention of troops building migrant housing facilities when the DHS later made a formal request to the Pentagon for help on the border, the officials said.

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Ukraine activist Kateryna Handzyuk dies from acid attack

Ukrainian activist dies after acid attacks

A Ukrainian anti-corruption activist has died from wounds caused by an acid attack, sparking local protests and concern from European officials over growing violence against civil society.

Kateryna Handzyuk’s investigations into police graft and political corruption in her native Kherson, a Black Sea port, had angered local officials. In late July, a man doused her with a litre of sulphuric acid when she left her house.

Handzyuk suffered burns to more than 30% of her body. She continued to speak out against corruption from her hospital bed and called for a thorough investigation into her attackers. She had 11 operations before she finally succumbed to her injuries on Sunday.

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Facebook Pulls Racist Trump Ad Following NBC, CNN, and Fox News

Facebook Pulls Racist Trump Ad

Facebook on Monday pulled down advertisements from President Donald Trump’s reelection campaign that sought to fire up conservative voters in two midterm battleground states with an ad deemed “racist” by major television broadcasters.

The company’s decision came after CNN, NBC, and Fox News had all pulled down the ad, which features a convicted cop-killer who was deported multiple times before he shot and killed two California sheriff’s deputies. The ad was released as a video by the Trump campaign last week.

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List of Lowe's stores closing: 20 stores will shut doors in US next year

20 Lowe's stores

Lowe's will close 51 underperforming stores in North America, the company announced Monday.

The move – which includes the closure of 20 stores in the United States and 31 stores in Canada – is part of a strategic reassessment in which the company said it plans to focus "on its most profitable stores and improve the overall health of its store portfolio."

“While decisions that impact our associates are never easy, the store closures are a necessary step in our strategic reassessment as we focus on building a stronger business,” Marvin R. Ellison, Lowe’s president and CEO, said in a statement.

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