• Brett Kavanaugh: 'Significant evidence' of sexual misconduct by Trump's Supreme Court pick, Avenatti says

    Michael Avenatti has claimed to be “aware of significant evidence” that Brett Kavanaugh targeted multiple women for sexual assault at house parties while in high school. In an email to Mike Davis, the chief counsel for nominations, Mr Avenatti said he was representing a woman with “credible information” that incriminated Donald Trump’s Supreme Court pick and Mark Judge, Mr Kavanaugh’s former classmate. Mr Avenatti - lawyer for Stormy Daniels, the adult film star who was paid not to reveal details of an alleged affair with Mr Trump - said the alleged victim, Deborah Ramirez, was not his client.

    The Independent
  • Army football team leaves visiting locker room spotless after loss to Oklahoma

    Army gave Oklahoma all it could handle on Saturday, nearly pulling off a huge upset.

    Yahoo Sports
  • Cosby sentencing reveals generational divide over his legacy

    Keon McGuire has no real attachment to Bill Cosby or his landmark show.

    Associated Press
  • Indonesian Teen Survives 49 Days at Sea by Drinking Filtered Seawater and Catching Fish

    Aldi Novel Adilang, 19, was working on a fishing hut when a storm struck and set him adrift.

    Inside Edition
  • Here's how much money people in their 50s have in their 401(k)s

    Retirement-plan provider Fidelity shares how much Americans have socked away at every age.

    CNBC
  • Is It Just Me or Is Meghan Markle's New Hairstyle a Pregnancy Clue?

    If you want to participate in a fun internet theory, step right this way.

    Cosmopolitan
  • Why Six Flags' 30-hour coffin contest could be dangerous

    The Six Flags in St. Louis has an unusual twist to Fright Fest this year: They’re inviting people to spend 30 hours in a coffin. Why doctors say that could be dangerous.

    Yahoo Lifestyle
  • Papa John's has a new logo and (slight) name change in the works

    Papa John's International Inc. has taken another step to distance itself from its ousted founder, John Schnatter. As AdAge points out, the possessive brand name suggests that the company is owned by Schnatter. The words "Papa" and "Johns" are in separate, angled rectangles, and the "s" in "Johns" is slightly smaller, with an underscore.

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  • Chuck Grassley Releases Letter Christine Blasey Ford Sent To Dianne Feinstein

    Sen. Chuck Grassley (R-Iowa), the chairman of the Senate Judiciary Committee,

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  • US midterm elections 2018 poll tracker: Who will win the Congress?

    On November 6, America will go to the polls to elect members for each of the 435 House seats and 35 of the 100 Senate seats in Congress. Donald Trump and the Republicans will hope to maintain their majority in both houses, but with the Democrats having a healthy lead in the polls, it is believed that they have a decent chance of taking the House of Representatives. A Democrat victory in either chamber would grant powers to open investigations into President Trump, so the stakes are high. The latest polling and forecasts indicate that Donald Trump and the Republicans could hold onto both houses, although the House of Representatives looks the more likely to fall to the Democrats. But the Republican president, who has faced tough weeks after his former campaign chairman Paul Manafort was found guilty of eight charges in his fraud trial, is reportedly planning 40 days of campaigning for the elections, and so the polls are likely to move further before election day. US mid term elections header General ballot between Republicans and Democrats The latest polls show that the Democrats are around eight percentage points ahead of the Republicans, standing at an average of 48.2 per cent compared to the Republicans’ 40.6 per cent. This is an average of the last eight polls, and has indicated a consistent lead for the Democrats on a national level. While the Democrats are ahead in the general ballot, both the House of Representatives and the Senate are decided by a series of local elections, which means that the Republicans may still hold both houses. The Democrats need 24 seats to flip the House of Representatives, and two to flip the Senate. But to make matters harder, the Democrats are defending 26 of the 35 seats up for election in the Senate this time. US mid term elections poll tracker House of Representatives forecast: Democrats knocking on the door Of the 435 seats up for re-election in the House of Representatives, the Democrats need to flip 24 seats - something that should be within reach for the party. The latest forecast, from the Cook Report, has the Democrats on a likely 204 seats and the Republicans on 201. This means that the remaining 30 "toss-up" seats, which are too close to call, will be incredibly important for the outcome of the election. House of Representatives forecast Senate forecast: A tough Republican nut to crack Only needing two seats to take the Senate, it would at first seem that the Democrats should be able to take control. But there is an issue with this: Of the 35 seats up for election, 26 are currently defended by the Democrats. That means that the Democrats need to claim two seats from the remaining eight Republican-defended seats. According to the Cook Report forecast, this seems unlikely, as there are only 44 seats that are marked as "leaning" Democrat or stronger. To claim a majority, the party would have to pick up a further seven seats that are either toss-ups or leaning towards the Republicans Senate forecast Key seats to watch In the 2016 presidential election, Trump won big in rural and working class communities. This helped him flip - albeit with small margins - traditionally Democrat states in the rust belt, including Wisconsin and Michigan.  If the Democrats are to have hope of taking the House of Representatives from the Republicans, they need to ensure that they retain seats in these areas, before moving onto Republican territory in others. US cartogram map - House seat forecasts A series of both Republican and Democrat seats are currently classed as a "toss-up" by the Cook Report, indicating that there could be turnovers for both parts in the mid terms. The Republicans will hope to hold onto their under siege seats in places like Tennessee and West Virginia, while making inroads in Democrat areas that Trump claimed with huge majorites in the 2016 presidential election. Seats in Indiana and North Dakota are among those places where the Republicans will hope that Trump's base will help them flip seats.  Key seats to watch in the Senate Does President Trump's approval rating matter? Donald Trump's approval ratings are at relatively healthy and stable levels as the mid-terms according to The Telegraph's poll tracker. The tracker, which takes an average of the last eight polls, puts Trump's approval rating on 41 per cent in mid-September.  While this level is quite high for Trump, it is relatively low for sitting presidents - and this is important, as presidential approval ratings are a good indicator of net losses at mid term elections.  Only two presidents - Truman (1946 and 1950), and Bush (2006) - had a lower approval rating than Trump when going into their respective mid term elections. All three of these ended up losing over 28 seats in the House of Representatives and over five in the Senate. Presidential approval matters, and Trump’s is lower than most The Telegraph's poll tracker takes an average of the last eight polls in order to take a  full picture of the broad movements in the polling environment and not put too much weight on individual polls. Polls used are nationally representative with adequate sample sizes.

    The Telegraph
  • Bill Cosby Sentencing Delayed By Missing Defense Witness; Faces 30 Yrs In Prison

    Having filed motion after motion during the past three years to halt or stop the rape case against the now-convicted Bill Cosby, his lawyers today made a last-ditch sleight-of-hand that could knock the two-day sentencing hearing off the rails right after it started and keep him from potentially going behind bars this week. Throwing another spanner into the multi-trial matter, the defense suddenly stated this morning that it wished to hear from the doctor who compiled the…

    Deadline
  • "It ripped my heart out" - What it's like to be estranged from your sibling

    11 people who've severed ties with their siblings explain why, and how they cope.

    Cosmo
  • Bride seeks help finding husband who went missing during honeymoon

    This newlywed bride clings on to the hope of finding her husband who went missing during their Hawaiian honeymoon.

    KTRK – Houston
  • Inside Kate Middleton's Clever Wardrobe Trick to Never Upstage the Bride as a Wedding Guest

    Kate Middleton's Wardrobe Trick to Never Upstage the Bride

    People
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  • Oil prices surge as Saudis, Russia won't open spigots

    The Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries and non-OPEC states, including top producer Russia, gathered in Algiers on Sunday for a meeting that ended with no formal recommendation for any additional supply boost to counter falling supply from Iran. "The market's still being driven by concerns about Iranian and Venezuelan supply," said Gene McGillian, director of market research at Tradition Energy in Stamford.

    Reuters 34 min ago
  • 62 of the most colourful home exteriors from around the world (63 photos)

    Proof that vibrant hues aren't just for indoors From Country Living

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  • Lisa Murkowski's Vote on Brett Kavanaugh Is Looking Tougher Than Ever

    A startling incident in her home state brings things into focus-and ramps up the stakes.

    Esquire
  • Interstate Left Covered In Fish After Hurricane Florence Floodwaters Recede

    Firefighters in North Carolina put their hoses to a different use over the

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