• Britain to enshrine all EU rules in UK law after Brexit - ITV

    LONDON (Reuters) - All EU rules and legislation will be enshrined in British law after Brexit and then regulations deemed unnecessary will be abolished in subsequent years, ITV's political editor reported on Saturday, without citing sources. Prime Minister Theresa May will make the pledge during

  • Wreckage blocks access to second data recorder in NJ train crash

    By Dion Rabouin NEW YORK (Reuters) - Investigators probing why a New Jersey commuter train smashed into Hoboken station, killing one person and injuring 108, were interviewing more witnesses on Saturday as the site remained too dangerous to extract a second data recorder from the wreckage. The damage

  • Aleppo hospital hit as Syria army presses assault

    The largest hospital in rebel-held east Aleppo was bombed on Saturday for the second time in days as Syrian government forces pressed a Russian-backed offensive to retake the entire city. Aleppo, once Syria's vibrant commercial powerhouse, is now at the heart of a major military campaign by President

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  • Pope presses Georgian Orthodox agenda despite Mass absence

    Pope Francis' efforts to improve relations with the Georgian Orthodox Church suffered a setback Saturday after the patriarchate decided at the last minute not to send an official delegation to his Mass ...

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  • Exclusive: EU wants Google to stop anti-competitive Android practices, fine expected

    EU antitrust regulators plan to order Alphabet's Google to stop paying financial incentives to smartphone makers to pre-install Google Search exclusively on their devices and warned the company of a large fine, an EU document showed. Google received a copy in April in which the European Commission

  • Pasadena 911 call released amid probe of death during arrest

    PASADENA, Calif. (AP) — Authorities in Los Angeles County released security video and a 911 call from the family of a man armed with a knife and later reported to be bipolar who died after a struggle with Pasadena police officers at an apartment complex.

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  • Rally, march in memory of man shot by police in California

    EL CAJON, Calif. (AP) — Alfred Olango, the unarmed black man shot and killed by police in a suburb of San Diego, was remembered in a demonstration Saturday organized by clergy members and supporters of Olango's family.

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  • After 20 years, Ortiz leaving on his own terms _ and on top

    The Mariners traded him. The Twins released him. And even the Boston fans gave up on David Ortiz a couple of times after he struggled to start the spring or limped away before the year was over. But when ...

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  • French police, migrants clash near Calais camp

    French police used tear gas and water cannon to disperse some 200 migrants and activists after clashes broke out Saturday as they attempted to hold a banned rally by the squalid "Jungle" camp in Calais, regional authorities said. Three police officers were slightly injured from stones hurled

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  • Pope says gender theory part of "global war" on marriage, family

    Pope Francis warned on Saturday of a "global war" against traditional marriage and the family, saying both were under attack from gender theory and divorce. Francis made his comments in an impromptu response to a question at a meeting of the small Catholic community in the ex-Soviet republic

  • Pope calls for Christian unity on Caucasus peace tour

    Pope Francis on Saturday called for Christian unity as he visited the seat of Georgia's ancient Orthodox Church on the second day of his peace mission to the volatile Caucasus region. The pontiff and Patriarch Ilia II, the head of the Georgian Church, linked arms as they entered the 11th-century

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  • U.S. says hackers probed voting systems, no sign of damage

    (Reuters) - Hackers have probed the voting systems of many U.S. states but there is no sign that they have manipulated any voting data, Homeland Security Secretary Jeh Johnson said on Saturday. National security officials are investigating a number of possible leads suggesting that cyber-criminals are

  • India gets $8 billion worth telecoms spectrum bids on auction's first day

    India started its biggest ever telecoms airwaves auction on Saturday, receiving 535.31 billion rupees ($8.04 billion) worth of bids on the first day of the sale, a senior government official said. Market leaders Bharti Airtel Ltd, Vodafone's local unit and Idea Cellular Ltd are pitted against new

  • Official: No 'manipulation' of data seen in election hacks

    WASHINGTON (AP) — Hackers have made their way into state election systems "in a few cases," but the federal government hasn't found "any manipulation" so far of voting information, the Homeland Security secretary said Saturday.

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  • Latest: Hundreds rally in memory of man killed by officer

    EL CAJON, Calif. (AP) — The Latest on a police shooting of an unarmed black man in a San Diego suburb (all times local):

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  • After suspension, what's next for Alabama chief justice?

    MONTGOMERY, Ala. (AP) — Alabama Chief Justice Roy Moore built his career on defiance, and it has cost him his job — twice.

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  • The Latest: 4 Albanians arrested in Syrian refugees case

    BUDAPEST, Hungary (AP) — The Latest on Europe's migration crisis (all times local):

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  • Powerful Hurricane Matthew soaks Colombia, heads for Jamaica

    KINGSTON, Jamaica (AP) — One of the most powerful Atlantic hurricanes in recent history weakened a little on Saturday as it drenched coastal Colombia and roared across the Caribbean on a course that still puts Jamaica, Haiti and Cuba in the path of potentially devastating winds and rain.

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  • Construction underway and planned for World War II Museum

    NEW ORLEANS (AP) — With eight projects under construction and 16 more on the drawing board, the National World War II Museum is about to take over 3 ½ square blocks in the city's Central Business District.

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  • A (Very) Quick Guide to the Grand Canyon

    Grand Canyon National Park, as we know it, is a relatively new concept, having officially been declared a national park in 1919. Read on.

  • Turkey extends mandate for troops in Iraq, Syria

    Turkey's parliament on Saturday overwhelmingly approved a one-year extension of an existing mandate to use Turkish troops abroad in Syria and Iraq. The mandate was first approved by parliament in October 2014 and was renewed for another year in September 2015. It allows military action in Turkey

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  • Turkey renews OK for military operations in Syria, Iraq

    ISTANBUL (AP) — Turkey's state-run news agency says parliament has extended by another year a motion allowing cross-border military operations into Syria and Iraq against Kurdish militants and the Islamic State group.

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  • 5 decisions that made the Nobel Prizes look bad

    Nobel Prizes cannot be revoked, so the judges must put a lot of thought into their selections for the six awards, which will be announced in the next two weeks. A discovery might seem groundbreaking today, ...

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  • AP-NORC Poll: Half of Trump backers don't trust vote count

    NEW YORK (AP) — Donald Trump is making the unprecedented assertion that the general election "is going to be rigged," and many people who are drawn to his presidential campaign have major doubts about the accuracy of the Nov. 8 vote.

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  • Feds say they won't evict sprawling pipeline protest camp

    BISMARCK, N.D. (AP) — The sprawling encampment that's a living protest against the four-state Dakota Access pipeline has most everything it needs to be self-sustaining — food, firewood, fresh water and shelter. Everything, that is, except permission to be on the federal land in North Dakota.

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