New York Post Jimmy Carter says he would travel to North Korea for Trump adminNew York PostNEW YORK- Former U.S. President Jimmy Carter said he would be willing to travel to North Korea on behalf of the Trump administration to help diffuse rising tensions, The New York Times reported on its website on Sunday. “I would go, yes,” Carter, 93 ...Jimmy Carter interview: Five memorable linesCNNVladimir Putin will take THIS side if Donald Trump takes US to war against North KoreaDaily StarJimmy Carter willing to go to North Korea on diplomatic mission for TrumpFox Newsall 17 news articles »

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ESPN Led by Jose Altuve, Astros' journey to World Series shows the heart of a championESPNHOUSTON -- Manager A.J. Hinch loves to poke fun at the perception of his Houston Astros as an "analytical" organization. He's a Stanford graduate, general manager Jeff Luhnow is an Ivy Leaguer with roots in the managerial consulting world and their ...Astros Shove Aside the Yankees and Head to the World SeriesNew York TimesDespite Game 7 loss, the Yankees' youth movement remains well ahead of scheduleCBSSports.comAstros to face Dodgers in World Series after shutting out Yankees in Game 7 of ALCSLos Angeles TimesNew York Post -Sports Illustrated -STLtoday.com -Washington Postall 892 news articles »

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Washington Post Japanese voters brave typhoon to cast ballots in snap electionWashington PostTOKYO — Despite the typhoon due to hit late in the evening, Japanese voters headed out on a rainy and windy Sunday to vote for their next government. Recent polls suggest Prime Minister Shinzo Abe's ruling coalition will win decisively in the vote. If ...Japan election: Shinzo Abe's party likely to seize control in lower houseFox NewsTyphoon Lan bears down on JapanAljazeera.comJapanese go to the polls as typhoon threatens turnoutFinancial TimesVoice of America -Business Standard -FRANCE 24 -South China Morning Postall 132 news articles »

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Reuters Trump: Raqqa fall 'critical breakthrough,' end of Islamic State in sightReutersWASHINGTON (Reuters) - U.S. President Donald Trump on Saturday hailed the defeat of Islamic State fighters in their self-proclaimed capital of Raqqa as “a critical breakthrough” in a worldwide campaign against the militants. A fighter of Syrian ...Defeating ISIS isn't enough: Trump urgently needs a new Syria policyFox NewsTrump White House oddly quiet after major victory over ISIS in SyriaWashington ExaminerTrump Praises Syrian Democratic Forces for Fall of RaqqaVoice of AmericaThe Guardian -CNN -Mirror.co.uk -Miami Heraldall 708 news articles »

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New York Times Ex-Presidents and Trump Show Unity at Hurricane Benefit ConcertNew York TimesThe five living former United States presidents, from left, Jimmy Carter, George Bush, George W. Bush, Bill Clinton and Barack Obama, appeared onstage at a benefit concert in College Station, Tex. Credit LM Otero/Associated Press. In a rare show of ...5 Living Ex-Presidents Appear On Stage For Hurricane Relief ConcertNPRGeorge W. Bush honors father at benefit for hurricane victimsThe Hill (blog)Former US presidents gather for hurricanes fundraiserBBC NewsTexas Tribune -STLtoday.com -Chron.com -Washington Examinerall 142 news articles »

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Chicago Tribune Trump pledges at least $430K of his own money to help cover aides' legal costs related to Russia probesChicago TribunePresident Donald Trump waits in the Oval Office of the White House in Washington, D.C. on Oct. 19, 2017. (Brendan Smialowski / AFP/Getty Images). John WagnerWashington Post. President Donald Trump plans to spend at least $430,000 of his personal ...Trump pledges $430K to help cover legal bills of aides amid Russia probeThe Hill (blog)Trump to help pay aides' legal costs for Russia probesThe Detroit NewsTrump is promising to help pay legal costs for White House staffers in Russia probeWHAS 11.comall 31 news articles »

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CNN Catalonia crisis: Spanish prime minister wants region's leaders removedCNNBarcelona, Spain (CNN) The Spanish government aggressively moved to squash Catalonia's growing independence movement Saturday when Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy announced plans to dissolve the regional government, remove elected leaders as ...Spain Will Remove Catalonia Leader, Escalating Secession CrisisNew York TimesCatalonia independence: Puigdemont 'will not accept' Rajoy planBBC NewsCatalan leaders deny direct rule from MadridBusiness InsiderNBCNews.com -Los Angeles Times -MarketWatch -Miami Heraldall 961 news articles »

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USA TODAY Joshua Tree hikers found locked in embrace died by murder-suicide, officials sayUSA TODAYThe death of two California hikers who went missing in July and whose remains were discovered Sunday has been ruled a murder-suicide by the San Bernardino County coroner. During the autopsies of Joseph Orbeso, 21, and Rachel Nguyen, 20, ...Missing California Hikers Found In Embrace After Apparent Killing-SuicideHuffPostPark Hikers May Have Died in 'Sympathetic Murder-Suicide'U.S. News & World ReportMissing California hiker killed girlfriend, then himself, detectives believeFOX 61The Desert Sunall 101 news articles »

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Washington Post For some veterans, John Kelly's remarks add to a worrying military-civilian divideWashington PostThe deaths of four Special Forces soldiers in Niger this month have sparked wider debate about military service, the civilian-military divide in the United States and the contours of public discourse about one of the country's most hallowed communities ...Maxine Waters: Trump's White House 'transforms everyone into liars'The HillWilson Says Kelly Lied, Used 'Racist Term' in His Emotional BriefingNBCNews.comThe Bubble: Anti-Trump brigade 'hit a new low,' conservatives sayUSA TODAYPolitico -Bloomberg -Business Insider -PolitiFactall 2,060 news articles »

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Washington Post Trump plans to release JFK assassination documents despite concerns from federal agenciesWashington PostPresident Trump announced Saturday morning that he planned to release the tens of thousands of never-before-seen documents left in the files related to President John F. Kennedy's assassination held by the National Archives and Records Administration.Trump plans to release classified JFK documentsCNNJFK assassination: Trump to allow release of classified documentsCBS NewsTrump says he intends to allow release of classified files on Kennedy assassinationFox NewsReuters -Bloomberg -Slate Magazine (blog) -NBCNews.comall 208 news articles »

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