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Stocks plunge to 8-month lows on China fears; J&J nosedives

Stocks plunge to 8-month lows on China fears; J&J nosedives NEW YORK (AP) — Stocks are staggering Friday after weak economic data from China has investors worrying about the global economy again. Mounting tensions in Europe over Britain's impeding departure from the European Union also darkened traders' moods.


The Latest: Italian journalist among the dead in Strasbourg

The Latest: Italian journalist among the dead in Strasbourg STRASBOURG, France (AP) — The Latest on France attack aftermath and death of suspect (all times local):


Brazil take first step in program to join nuclear-powered sub club

Brazil take first step in program to join nuclear-powered sub club President Michel Temer and his right-wing successor, President-elect Jair Bolsonaro, both pressed the button that lowered into the sea the 1,700-ton submarine named Riachuelo at a Rio de Janeiro naval base. Temer's wife, Marcela, had christened the vessel, by smashing a champagne bottle against its hull. The submarines being built by the Brazilian Navy in partnership with France's defense company Naval Group, formerly known as DCNS, are a modified version of the Scorpene class diesel-powered submarine.


Erdogan and Trump urge cooperation after Turkey's Syria threat

Erdogan and Trump urge cooperation after Turkey's Syria threat Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan and his US counterpart Donald Trump agreed Friday to "more effective coordination" between their countries' operations in Syria, after Ankara threatened to launch a new offensive in the war-torn nation. The two leaders spoke after Erdogan warned of a fresh Turkish operation against a Syrian Kurdish militia that risks aggravating already strained relations, as the US not only supports the militia but has troops deployed alongside its fighters. Trump and Erdogan "agreed to ensure more effective cooperation on the subject of Syria" during a telephone call, a Turkish presidential source said.


First new Mustang Shelby GT500 to be sold by Barrett-Jackson

First new Mustang Shelby GT500 to be sold by Barrett-Jackson The buyer gets to pick the color and the options for their special muscle car


Republican U.S. Senator Kyl to resign on Dec. 31: Arizona governor

Republican U.S. Senator Kyl to resign on Dec. 31: Arizona governor Republican U.S. Senator Jon Kyl, who was appointed to replace the late John McCain, will step down from office on Dec. 31, Arizona Governor Doug Ducey said in a statement on Friday. Kyl was only expected to serve as a short-term placeholder to occupy the seat until after the November 2018 election. "Arizona needed someone who could hit the ground running from day one and represent our state with experience and confidence – and that’s exactly what Senator Kyl has done," Ducey said in a statement.


Delaying Brexit Beyond March Is Easier Than You Might Think

Delaying Brexit Beyond March Is Easier Than You Might Think (Bloomberg) -- Prime Minister Theresa May is struggling to save her Brexit deal and the danger of the U.K. crashing out of the European Union is on the rise. How hard would it be to delay Britain’s departure date?


Man who sexually assaulted woman on flight while she slept is jailed for nine years

Man who sexually assaulted woman on flight while she slept is jailed for nine years Prabhu Ramamoorthy, 34, was also sitting next to his wife on the overnight flight in January. Ramamoorthy had molested the victim while unbuttoning her blouse and unzipping her trousers as she slept. US attorney Matthew Schneider said: “Everyone has the right to be secure and safe when they travel on aeroplanes.


Death row inmate seeks execution; judge to decide competency

Death row inmate seeks execution; judge to decide competency JACKSON, Miss. (AP) — A Mississippi judge will decide whether a death row inmate who says he wants to be executed is mentally competent to waive all his appeals.


US Senate votes to end support for Saudi-led Yemen war, blasts MBS

US Senate votes to end support for Saudi-led Yemen war, blasts MBS The US Senate dealt President Donald Trump a double blow over Saudi Arabia on Thursday, approving a resolution to end US military support for Riyadh's war in Yemen, and another holding the Saudi crown prince responsible for the murder of Jamal Khashoggi. On the Yemen measure, which more broadly attacks the president's prerogative to launch military actions, 49 Democrats or their allies voted in favor, along with seven Republicans, while another three Republicans abstained.


Six Arrested for Allegedly Beating, Pouring Scalding Water on Three-Year-Old Boy

Six Arrested for Allegedly Beating, Pouring Scalding Water on Three-Year-Old Boy Six adults are facing charges of aggravated assault and endangering the welfare of a three-year-old child, Newark police announced Wednesday.


Washington governor proposes major steps for orca recovery

Washington governor proposes major steps for orca recovery SEATTLE (AP) — With scientists warning that the Northwest's beloved killer whales are on the brink of extinction, Washington Gov. Jay Inslee announced dramatic plans Thursday to help the population recover — including $1.1 billion in spending and a partial whale-watching ban.


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On criminal justice reform, policy prevails over politics

On criminal justice reform, policy prevails over politics The First Step Act is expected to be passed by the Senate soon and then to be signed by President Trump, reversing more than two decades of tough-on-crime policies.


May to EU leaders: Brexit deal can pass with your help

May to EU leaders: Brexit deal can pass with your help Prime Minister Theresa May told EU leaders Thursday that she could get her Brexit deal through parliament if they gave her the right assurances that it would not "trap" Britain in an indefinite customs union. The Conservative leader this week postponed a parliamentary vote on the deal in the face of huge opposition among MPs, including in her own party, who promptly launched a confidence vote against her. Addressing the other 27 European leaders at Brussels summit, May said the agreement struck with the bloc last month could still pass when MPs vote again in January.


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Bitcoin bomb threats: Dozens of major public buildings evacuated across US over cryptocurrency email

Bitcoin bomb threats: Dozens of major public buildings evacuated across US over cryptocurrency email Counterterrorism officials said a series of bomb threats reported across the country appeared to be a hoax after scammers targeted media outlets and major institutions demanding Bitcoin in exchange for their safety. The bomb threats came in the form of spam emails demanding recipients provide ransom payments in the form of the electronic currency, and targeted schools, media outlets, police precincts and other organisations, reportedly including at least 13 locations across New York City. “I write to inform you that my man has carried the bomb (Tetryl) into the building where your business is located,” read one of the emails posted to social media, which demanded $20,000 in Bitcoin.


In farewell speeches, senators bemoan downfall of the 'world's greatest deliberative body'

In farewell speeches, senators bemoan downfall of the 'world's greatest deliberative body' In their farewell addresses on the Senate floor, senators call out the hyperpartisan atmosphere that has taken hold of the U.S. Capitol.


Alaska Airlines to give priority boarding to people in ugly sweaters

Alaska Airlines to give priority boarding to people in ugly sweaters Alaska Airlines will let passengers wearing ugly sweaters board early on Friday, Dec. 21 in honor of National Ugly Holiday Sweater Day.


Jared Kushner Calls U.S. Criminal Justice System The 'Best In The World.' It's Not.

Jared Kushner Calls U.S. Criminal Justice System The 'Best In The World.' It's Not. Jared Kushner, President Donald Trump's son-in-law, made a rare television


Know These 6 Federal Tax Changes to Avoid a Surprise in 2019

Know These 6 Federal Tax Changes to Avoid a Surprise in 2019 "The big change for individuals is with deductions," says Craig Richards, managing director and director of tax services at Fiduciary Trust Company International in New York. Although the standard deduction nearly doubled to $12,000 for single tax filers and $24,000 for married couples filing jointly, key deductions like state and local taxes and mortgage interest were capped at $10,000.


Israel to approve thousands of unauthorized West Bank settler homes

Israel to approve thousands of unauthorized West Bank settler homes Israel is to authorize thousands of the settler homes built illegally in the occupied West Bank, some of them decades ago, Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said on Thursday. The move is likely to please pro-settler members of Netanyahu's right-wing coalition while angering Palestinians, who want the West Bank as part of a future state. "Arranging the rights for the homes allows thousands of residents to be provided with infrastructure of public buildings, educational and religious buildings," Netanyahu's office said in a statement.


Due to fly WOW Air next year? Your trip might be canceled

Due to fly WOW Air next year? Your trip might be canceled The struggling budget carrier says holiday flights will not be affected. Flight cuts will begin in January. Affected passengers will be notified.


In an African first, a cannabis expo...without cannabis

In an African first, a cannabis expo...without cannabis What it didn't have, however, was a cannabis plant. The four-day expo, which opened in South Africa's capital Pretoria on Thursday, was a stark illustration of the legal grey area the nascent industry occupies in the continent's most developed economy. In September, the Constitutional Court decriminalised the use and cultivation of cannabis in private space.


20 Financial New Year's Resolutions for 2019

20 Financial New Year's Resolutions for 2019 Nearly one-third of Americans plan to make a money resolution for 2019, according to a Fidelity Investments survey, with 48 percent of them planning to save more, 29 percent aiming to pay down debt and 15 percent aspiring to spend less. Identify financial goals. Before you can make progress toward any financial goals, identify what they are.


The Latest: Israeli PM vows to 'settle the score' of attacks

The Latest: Israeli PM vows to 'settle the score' of attacks JERUSALEM (AP) — The Latest on the Israeli-Palestinian conflict (all times local):


Man quits his job with epic rant over the store's PA

Man quits his job with epic rant over the store's PA A disgruntled employee at a Canadian Walmart decided that he wasn’t going to


Plot Thickens for Carlos Ghosn: Financial Charges Filed in Japan, But Renault Declares He Did Nothing Wrong in France

Plot Thickens for Carlos Ghosn: Financial Charges Filed in Japan, But Renault Declares He Did Nothing Wrong in France In Japan, the former Nissan, Renault, and Mitsubishi chief faces as much as 10 years in prison, while Renault keeps him on as chairman and CEO after finding he did not break French finance laws.


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Cadillac's 3-row XT6 SUV loses camouflage for Detroit Auto Show

Cadillac's 3-row XT6 SUV loses camouflage for Detroit Auto Show Cadillac confirmed this week that the forthcoming XT6 crossover SUV will be unveiled at the Detroit Auto Show next month. The Caddy that we got a camouflaged sneak peek at a couple months ago has been confirmed for the Detroit Auto Show in January according to Automotive News. The XT6 SUV is expected to fill the vacancy in the Cadillac portfolio between the midsize XT5 crossover and the full-size Escalade, featuring three-rows of sets like its bigger sibling.


Mueller ordered to turn over documents on Flynn questioning

Mueller ordered to turn over documents on Flynn questioning U.S. District Judge Emmet G. Sullivan ordered Mueller late Wednesday to turn over all of the government's documents and 'memoranda' related to Flynn's questioning; Kevin Corke reports from the White House.


Chinese tech workers told not to travel to US 'unless it's essential' after Huawei exec arrested

Chinese tech workers told not to travel to US 'unless it's essential' after Huawei exec arrested Technology researchers in China have been ordered to not travel to the US unless it is absolutely necessary, amid rising tensions between the two countries. Staff working in sensitive tech sectors were given the warning following the arrest of a Chinese tech executive in Canada, a source told the South China Morning Post. The warning comes after a similar order from US tech giant Cisco to some of its employees, which asked them the to any non-essential travel to China.


Melania Trump interview: First lady says 'I don’t agree with Donald's tone sometimes'

Melania Trump interview: First lady says 'I don’t agree with Donald's tone sometimes' Melania Trump has told her combative husband to soften his tone, the first lady has revealed in a new interview. Ms Trump said she follows the day to day news of Mr Trump’s turbulent presidency and often gives him advice. Mr Hannity suggested the 48-year-old had a “different style” to her pugnacious husband.


VW teases Detroit-bound 2020 Passat with sketches

VW teases Detroit-bound 2020 Passat with sketches The collection of teaser sketches of the upcoming 2020 VW Passat show that the model is just getting some upgrades rather than a complete redesign. Volkswagen shared some sketches this week of the next Passat ahead of its Detroit Auto Show debut in January. Car publication Auto Blog, who saw the car in the flesh but wasn't allowed to take pictures, said that the teased images accurately portray the real deal which is basically a "bigger, taller Jetta." VW stated that every body panel has been upgraded for the new model, despite its resemblance to the last generation.


Yemen's warring parties agree ceasefire in Hodeidah, says UN chief

Yemen's warring parties agree ceasefire in Hodeidah, says UN chief Talks in Sweden between Yemen's warring parties on Thursday led to a major breakthrough in blunting a devastating war that has killed thousands and driven the country to famine, with both sides agreeing on a ceasefire in a key port that acts as a lifeline for millions. UN Secretary General Antonio Guterres announced that the Iran-linked Houthi rebels, who control Hodeidah port, had reached a ceasefire there with the Saudi-led coalition that was massing troops in the Red Sea city ahead of a final push into the port.  In a statement released near the end of peace talks this week in Sweden, Mr Guterres said that UN troops would be dispatched to Hodeidah, where the organisation will also help distribute much-needed aid.  The ceasefire will hold both in the city of Hodeidah, which is the principal life-line for two-thirds of the country, and the broader province, the UN chief added. A "mutual understanding" was also struck in the nation's embattled third city of Taiz, although few details were released . There was no agreement, however, on ending the fighting elsewhere in Yemen. Nor has a deal been struck on a political framework or the reopening of the rebel-held Sanaa airport. Further talks on those subjects are due in early 2019.  Rebel negotiator Mohammed Abdelsalam (C) holds a press conference together with members of the delegation following the peace consultations in Sweden Credit: AFP Mr Guterres thanked both delegations, saying "real progress" had been made towards ending the conflict. British Foreign Secretary Jeremy Hunt had flown to Sweden on Thursday to back mounting pressure on both sides to reach an agreement. He met the Houthi rebels for the first time when he hosted meetings with them and the Saudi-backed government, the Foreign Office said in a statement. “Today’s agreement in Stockholm between the Yemeni Government and the Houthis is an important step towards ending the conflict in Yemen - the worst humanitarian crisis in the world today. “We have been working with the United Nations to bring the two sides in this terrible conflict together for the first time in years, including through constructive talks with key Saudis and Emiratis during my recent visits, and regular discussions with Oman." The US senate voted on Wednesday to press ahead with a resolution ending US military support to the Saudis and their allies in Yemen. On Wednesday, the UK-based observer group Armed Conflict Location & Event Data Project (ACLEDP) said the official UN death toll of 10,000 was likely a vast underestimate. Its own survey put the toll at more than 60,000.  The war, launched by Saudi Arabia and its allies in 2015 after the Houthis overran much of Yemen, has come under increased scrutiny in recent months, particularly after Saudi agents murdered columnist Jamal Khashoggi in the kingdom's Istanbul government. The US senate voted on Wednesday to to end US military support to the Saudis and their allies in Yemen, a significant blow to President Trump who has stood firmly by Riyadh. All the main Yemeni factions, and Saudi-backed coalition, have been accused of rights violations including torture. The Saudi-led coalition sparked an international outcry following an air strike on a bus that killed dozens of children in August.


Former Baylor fraternity president accused of rape is banned from graduation, University of Texas campus

Former Baylor fraternity president accused of rape is banned from graduation, University of Texas campus Jacob Anderson, accused of sexually assaulting a 19-year-old student, has been banned from University of Texas at Dallas, but will receive a degree.


Trump ‘cancels’ White House Christmas party for journalists, as feud with media escalates

Trump ‘cancels’ White House Christmas party for journalists, as feud with media escalates Donald Trump has reportedly cancelled the annual White House Christmas party for members of the media. The festive gathering has been hosted by presidents for decades, and the apparent decision not to hold it this year, reported by Fox News, marks the latest episode in the Republican leader’s turbulent relationship with journalists. It follows weeks of speculation as to the fate of the reception – usually attended by legions of Washington journalists – after administration officials refused to say it was going ahead.


Porsche presents EV ‘FastCharge' solution

Porsche presents EV ‘FastCharge' solution The automaker Porsche has presented a prototype charging station in Germany with an output of up to 450kW. It can be used by electric models of all brands compatible with the European standard Type 2 variant of the widely used Combined Charging System (CCS). Increasing the available charge capacity to up to 450kW considerably reduces the charging time, in turn increasing the number of vehicles able to use the technology in a given space of time.


Japan plans tighter regulation of tech giants

Japan plans tighter regulation of tech giants Japan is planning to tighten regulation of tech giants like Google and Facebook after an expert panel called for better oversight on competition and privacy, an official said Thursday. Japan has followed in the footsteps of other countries in scrutinising the dominant role played by the world's largest information technology companies, including Big Four tech firms Google, Apple, Facebook and Amazon. Despite bringing benefits, tech giants "tend to monopolise the market through their features such as... low costs and economies of scale," the report said.


Middle School Student Dumps Trump From His Name After Relentless Bullying

Middle School Student Dumps Trump From His Name After Relentless Bullying A middle school student in Delaware has been allowed to change his surname