17 October 2019


Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, Ilhan Omar and Rashida Tlaib Will Reportedly Endorse Bernie Sanders for President (1)
By Christina Zhao On 10/16/19 at 12:05 AM EDT Share Politics Bernie Sanders 2020 Election Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez Ilhan Omar Democratic congresswomen Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, Ilhan Omar and Rashida Tlaib, three of the most influential voices among young progressive liberals, will all reportedly endorse Senator Bernie Sanders in his 2020 bid for the presidency. In an article published on Tuesday evening, The Washington Post reported
Twitter says world leaders 'not above' its rules (1)
Last Updated On 16 October,2019 07:14 am Twitter said it reserves the right to take "enforcement action" on offending tweets. WASHINGTON (AFP) - Twitter said Tuesday world leaders are "not above" the rules of the online platform and could see their messages removed or demoted for egregious conduct violating its terms of service. In a statement aimed at clarifying its policies, Twitter said it reserves
Dog walker finds infant alive in plastic bag near road: police (1)
By Paulina Dedaj, Fox News Originally Published by: Rhode Island official says she supports vandalism of Christopher Columbus statue Philadelphia mom admits to shooting and killing husband, two young daughters Steve Wynn faces ban from casino industry Indiana police are investigating after a pedestrian walking a dog on Tuesday afternoon found an infant - still alive - inside a plastic bag along a road.
Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez to endorse Bernie Sanders for president (1)
The progressive New York congresswoman will join the presidential candidate at a New York rally Joan E Greveand Lauren Gambino @joanegreve Wed 16 Oct 2019 04.30 BST The progressive congresswoman Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez is set to endorse Bernie Sanders in the race to be the Democratic party's nominee for the White House next year. During the fourth Democratic debate on Tuesday night Sanders, who recently
Worried about flying on a 737 Max? Your options may be few (1)
by David Koenig In this June 27, 2019, file photo dozens of grounded Boeing 737 MAX airplanes crowd a parking area adjacent to Boeing Field in Seattle. Passengers who refuse to fly on a Boeing Max won't be entitled to compensation if they cancel.
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