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The US president hails India's prime minister as "exceptional", firing up a 50,000-strong crowd.
The endorsement is the first of its kind by an Arab political group in Israel in more than 25 years.
A snapshot of the latest science, published as politicians gather in New York, says climate change is speeding up.
The eight-year-old Brazilian girl was with her mother in a van when she was hit in the back.
Police charge the 34-year-old with culpable homicide after he shot his 55-year-old father.
Dozens of people, some dressed in black, paid their respects to the Pizol glacier in the Swiss Alps.
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As a telecast meant to represent the finest the medium has to offer, Sunday night’s Emmy Awards could not have failed harder. It was almost shocking, really, the extreme dissonance between the quality of the shows, creatives, and performers rewarded—Fleabag! Billy Porter! Jodie Comer!—and the award show that was produced to celebrate them.
No wonder people seemed to have stopped caring about these things, as ratings freefalls suggest. This year’s host-free, focus-free, fun-free telecast seemed to not care even about itself. Fox produced one of the most phoned-in awards ceremonies I can remember watching in years.
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The Emmy Awards followed in the Oscars’ footsteps this year and went without a host for the first time since 2003. When it came time for Jimmy Kimmel and Stephen Colbert, who hosted the award show in 2016 and 2017, respectively, to present on Sunday night, they were quick to express their displeasure with the decision.
“Well, well, well, how’s the whole ‘no-host’ thing going?” Colbert asked from the stage, adding, “What a joke.”
“What a dumb idea,” Kimmel said. “So stupid. You know what has a host? Applebee’s has a host.”
Cox flagged the Oct. 8 LGBTQ discrimination cases at SCOTUS. Plus, drama from Billy Porter, Greta Lee, Rachel Brosnahan, and Indya Moore.
Foreign Minister Javad Zarif said Sunday that Iran would not resume talks with President Donald Trump and his administration until a French plan to credit Tehran $15 billion goes into full effect.
“The credit we are talking about is not a charity. We are a wealthy nation,” Zarif told a group of reporters in New York Sunday. “The credit is in lieu of the oil [the French] were supposed to buy.” Zarif said Iran is requesting the the $15 billion credit extend until December at which point in time it would request $3 billion per month.
“That was one way for the French—not just the French but the European Union—in order for them to come back into compliance with the JCPOA,” Zarif said, referring the Iran nuclear deal. He said the U.S. would eventually “lose its leverage” if it continued to block Tehran from selling its oil.
Game Of Thrones won outstanding drama series during Sunday's 70th Annual Emmy Awards, even despite fans disapproval over the fantasy epic's eighth and final season.
The 71st Emmy Awards red carpet kicked off in Los Angeles a bit earlier than expected this year. There is no host this year but the KarJenner family will be there as well as the GOT cast.
Thomas Cook, the world's oldest travel operator, collapsed this morning after eleventh-hour rescue talks fell apart.
Lennon elicited a big laugh with his not-so-subtle dig at Huffman, who is preparing to serve a 14-day prison sentence in October after pleading guilty in the college admissions scandal.
Scientists at University of Adelaide and the Royal Adelaide Hospital have found that vapour produced by e-cigarettes is harmful and have called for government regulation.
The celebrity-filled audience burst into laughter as Kim said: 'Our family knows firsthand how truly compelling television comes from real people just being themselves.'
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Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau on Sunday worked to start putting last week’s blackface scandal behind him and focused on policies he said he’d pursue if reelected, including lower cellphone costs and a middle-class tax cut, according to reports.
The Arab bloc in Israel’s parliament broke with tradition and recommended Blue and White party leader Benny Gantz for prime minister on Sunday, paving the way for the centrist party to get the first chance to assemble a coalition instead of incumbent Benjamin Netanyahu’s conservative Likud party.
The Nobel Prize Committee is just weeks away from announcing its 2019 recipient, months after it surfaced that President Trump was nominated by multiple people for the esteemed prize.
Ten people have been arrested during an Extinction Rebellion climate change protest in the United Kingdom, with the group aiming to "blockade" the local port in Dover, England.
A 5.8 magnitude earthquake in Albania injured more than 100 people trying to escape their cracking homes as scores of aftershocks shook the country’s western coast on Saturday.
A pair of underpants that belonged to Eva Braun, the wife of Nazi leader Adolf Hitler, have been sold by a British auction house for more than $4,500.
British tour operator Thomas Cook collapsed after failing to secure rescue funding, and travel bookings for its more than 600,000 global vacationers were cancelled early Monday.
Tackling climate peril will grab the spotlight as world leaders gather for their annual meeting at the United Nations this week facing tensions from the Persian Gulf to Afghanistan and increasing nationalism.
"Game of Thrones" resurrected the Iron Throne at Sunday's Emmy ceremony, ruling as top drama on a night of surprises in which the comedy series "Fleabag" led a British invasion that overturned expectations.
US President Donald Trump said on Friday that he wanted to adopt "the most severe sanctions ever imposed" against Iran. His threats come as no surprise to the Iranians interviewed by FRANCE 24, who described their daily lives in the Trump era.
Potential kingmaker Avigdor Lieberman said Sunday he will not back either Benjamin Netanyahu or Benny Gantz for Israeli prime minister, just hours after the president began talks to break the post-election deadlock.
Neymar scored a fine late winner as Paris Saint-Germain beat Lyon 1-0 on Sunday to move three points clear at the top of the Ligue 1 table.
A huge repatriation effort has begun after company ceases trading with immediate effect, causing flights to be cancelled
- Full story: Thomas Cook announces administration after last-ditch talks fail
- Thomas Cook collapse: your questions answered
The UK Civil Aviation Authority (CAA) said it has launched Britain’s largest peacetime repatriation to bring home stranded Thomas Cook passengers. The Press Association has looked at some of the key numbers involved in the operation:
A lot of sad people who have had to cancel holidays, freaked out people wondering how they will get back from them and people expressing concern for Thomas Cook employees who may be out of work.
So typical that Thomas Cook cease trading a few hours before our flight back, so our flights been cancelled
of course Thomas Cook go under 4 hours before me and James are meant to fly
Sad to wake up to Thomas Cook going bust, particularly for the staff. I feel these events have been more regular in the past 5-10 years and impacting bigger and bigger airlines.
Absolutely gutted for the Thomas cook staffContinue reading...
Carmakers fear disorderly exit would cripple the just-in-time supply chain, investment and lead to tariff barriers
The European car industry has warned of catastrophic effects of a no-deal Brexit, saying it would have a “seismic” impact on making cars in Europe.
In a rare joint statement, chiefs from 23 automotive business associations across Europe joined forces to caution against a brutal exit from the bloc by Britain, where auto giants BMW, Peugeot PSA and Japan’s Nissan have factories.Continue reading...
Phoebe Waller-Bridge’s comedy was the surprise victor while the final season of HBO’s fantasy drama picked up the most awards
It was a British invasion at the 71st Emmy awards, with Game of Thrones taking home the prize for best drama and Phoebe Waller-Bridge’s Fleabag sweeping most of the comedy awards in a night that saw numerous nods to stars from across the pond.
The biggest question heading into the night was whether Emmy voters would reward perennial juggernaut Game of Thrones for its divisive final season. The show was nominated for 32 awards – the most for any single season of television ever – and had already won 10 Creative Arts Emmys last week. Game of Thrones took home the night’s final prize for outstanding drama series and a best supporting actor nod for American star Peter Dinklage – bringing its total to 12 awards and breaking its own 2015 record for the most awards given to a series – but was otherwise shut out of the telecast.Continue reading...
United in Science report ahead of UN summit says climate is changing faster than forecast, and current plans would lead to ‘catastrophic’ global temperature rise
An assessment backed by the world’s major climate science bodies has found commitments to cut greenhouse gas emissions must be at least tripled and increased by up to fivefold if the world is to meet the goals of the 2015 Paris climate agreement.
The report, launched as leaders gather at a UN climate action summit in New York on Monday, says current plans would lead to a rise in average global temperatures of between 2.9C and 3.4C by 2100, a shift likely to bring catastrophic change across the globe.Continue reading...
Announcement comes as Iran and US fight for diplomatic advantage after Saudi oil attack
Iran’s president, Hassan Rouhani, has said he will present a plan for Gulf security at this week’s UN general assembly, as Washington and Tehran fight for diplomatic advantage in the wake of the devastating attack on the Saudi oil industry.
Rouhani made clear the Iranian proposal, dubbed the ‘Coalition of Hope’, was designed to exclude the US, which would make it unpalatable to Gulf states who see Washington as an ally and protector.Continue reading...
- Whistleblower scandal swirls over Washington
- Q&A: What is the Trump-Ukraine scandal about?
Donald Trump, his aides and allies went on the offensive on Sunday, over what the president claims is un-investigated corruption involving Joe Biden and his son in Ukraine.Continue reading...
As Americans try to grapple with how best to judge a Democratic field that’s still so large, Ali Vitali reports on what we can glean from the crowds the candidates are drawing.
Bob Bauer, who served as White House Counsel during the Obama Administration, says that if reports surrounding President Trump’s call with the Ukrainian leader are true, 'there’s no question that that’s an impeachable offense, and some would argue also
Can women build on gains made in 2018 election? Cecile Richards and Mary Kay Henry are betting they canPosted on Monday September 23, 2019
With a record number of women running for president, the former President of Planned Parenthood and the President of SEIU are trying to drive women to turn out to the polls.
Democrats see Trump potentially crossing 'new Rubicon' as they look into phone call with President of UkrainePosted on Monday September 23, 2019
A wave of reporting about a July phone call between President Trump and Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky has reinvigorated Democrats intent on impeaching the president, and given ones who had their doubts something to think about.
Sen. Ben Cardin (D-MD), a member of the Foreign Relations Committee, says allegations surrounding President Trump’s conversation with the Ukrainian leader are so serious that he not only hopes to see a transcript of the call, but that he wants to hear a
MSNBC’s Richard Lui talks to Tim Welbaum and Scott Doney, two army veterans working with the Visiting Angels of South Central Michigan, and Kristine Yaffe, a professor of psychiatry and neurology at UC San Francisco. September 22 is World Alzheimer’s Day,
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The videos of a potty-mouthed millionaire, who cheerfully insults the president, spurred protests across Egypt. His influence came out of the blue; no one knows how far it can go or long it can last.
In Honduras, tattoos have a malevolent history, long symbolic of violent gangs. But recently, they’ve been embraced by everyday citizens as a way to show love for parents and pets.
Ayman Odeh, leader of the Arab Joint List, said his group would support a government by Mr. Gantz to keep Benjamin Netanyahu from getting a new term.
The withholding of aid is now at the center of questions about whether President Trump manipulated foreign policy to pressure the Ukrainian government to take action damaging to Joseph R. Biden Jr.
Nearly 200 leaders will converge on the world’s most prominent diplomatic stage for five days of speeches, hundreds of meetings — and clashes over climate change, Iran and trade.
One of the minors, a girl, was arrested on charges of burning a Chinese national flag. She was held overnight in police detention.
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If Donald Trump pressured his Ukrainian counterpart to investigate former US vice president Joe Biden then impeachment would be the only option, the US House Intelligence Committee chairman has warned.
Protests in Hong Kong have descended into violence once again - with demonstrators trampling on a Chinese flag, vandalising a train station and setting a fire across a street on Sunday.
Commitments made under the Paris climate agreement are now no longer enough to limit global warming to acceptable levels, the United Nations Special Envoy for Climate Change has told Sky News.
At least 22 people have been killed after a bus rammed into a hill in Pakistan following a brake failure.
Australia's foreign minister has called footage purporting to show hundreds of shackled and blindfolded Chinese Muslim prisoners by a train at a station "deeply disturbing".
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Despite the ongoing debate about the orbital debris risks posed by proposed satellite megaconstellations, one expert believes that an even greater risk comes from clusters of objects already in orbit.
Air Force certified Falcon Heavy for national security launch but more work needed to meet required orbitsPosted on Saturday September 21, 2019
SMC Commander Lt. Gen. Thompson: "They are fully certified now. But that doesn’t mean the work on the Falcon Heavy stops.”
The future of space situational awareness will increasingly rely on governments and companies sharing data that can be used to improve knowledge of space objects and create more accurate warnings of close approaches.
The launch of a Japanese cargo spacecraft to the International Space Station has been rescheduled for Sept. 24 after a launch pad fire scrubbed the original launch attempt earlier this month.
With satellite operators doing a poor job complying with guidelines to deorbit their satellites, incentives or even regulation may be inevitable to address concerns about orbital debris and satellite collisions.
The new contract includes support services for the Space Rapid Capabilities Office and the Space Development Agency.
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President Trump confirmed that he discussed Joe Biden with Ukraine’s president during a July call, a conversation that has prompted Democrats to accuse the president of wrongfully pressuring a foreign leader to investigate a political opponent.
President Trump is likely to face an uphill battle in mobilizing international pressure against Iran at the United Nations over Tehran’s alleged Saudi attack, Western diplomats and experts said.
Israel’s Arab parties on Sunday backed Benny Gantz as Israel’s prime minister on Sunday, endorsing a potential leader for the first time in nearly three decades in a bid to oust Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu.
Hurricane Dorian left the Bahamas with 1,300 missing people, 1.5 billion pounds of rubble, an eerie silence and a stench of death. Leaders aren’t yet sure how long the recovery will take.
Two nights of protests resulted in hundreds of arrests in the most significant political challenge in years to President Abdel Fattah Al Sisi.
A peaceful rally at a major suburban shopping mall turned into a battle scene Sunday, after riot police showed up and protesters built barricades and lighted fires.
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Iran's president called Sunday on Western powers to leave the security of the Persian Gulf to regional nations led by Tehran, criticizing a new U.S.-led coalition patrolling the region's waterways as nationwide parades showcased the Islamic Republic's military arsenal. Hassan Rouhani separately promised to unveil a regional peace plan at this week's upcoming high-level meetings at the United Nations, which comes amid heightened Mideast tensions following a series of attacks, including a missile-and-drone assault on Saudi Arabia's oil industry. The U.S. alleges Iran carried out the Sept. 14 attack on the world's largest oil processor in the kingdom and an oil field, which caused oil prices to spike by the biggest percentage since the 1991 Gulf War.
BGR has partnered with The Points Guy for our coverage of credit card products. BGR and The Points Guy may receive a commission from card issuers.Please note: the offers mentioned below are subject to change at any time and some may no longer be available.One of our favorite rewards credit cards for ordinary consumers is The Platinum Card® from American Express, which combines a big up-front welcome offer of 60,000 points (after using the card to spend $5,000 in your first three months) with a ton of luxe perks. The benefits range from an airline fee credit of up to $200 to American Express Concierge travel service, and much more. Business owners, meanwhile, fear not. The Business Platinum® Card from American Express is a companion version of the charge card tailored to the needs of business people, and it not only has a similarly impressive lineup of benefits.You've also got until December 4, 2019, to take advantage of a limited-time, increased welcome bonus of up to 100,000 Membership Rewards points.Who needs this card: If you rack up frequent travel expenses over the course of your business operations, or even if you simply charge thousands of dollars a month in business expenses to a charge card, it's hard to argue the Amex Business Platinum doesn't deserve a spot in your wallet.Why you should sign up for one right now: The current welcome points offer means if you can put $25,000 in charges on this card in your first three months of card ownership (and before December 4), the 100,000 Membership Rewards points bonus can be yours. Yes, that's a big outlay in order to get the welcome reward, but since this is a business card we're talking about that's not an unreasonable amount of expense to put on a charge card.Moreover, based on the most recent monthly valuations from The Points Guy, 100,000 Membership Rewards points are worth $2,000 in travel, which makes this card's bonus an extremely lucrative one and potentially worth the high spending levels. We should also add -- you'll earn the welcome points in two tiers.Spent $10,000 on qualifying purchases in the first 3 months of card membership, and you'll earn 50,000 Membership Rewards points. Once you put another $15,000 on this card (for qualifying purchases) after that initial $10,000 -- and, again, still before the first three months are up -- then you'll earn an additional 50,000 points.If you read our previous post outlining the slew of lucrative benefits available to Amex Platinum cardmembers, you're already familiar with many of the benefits of the Amex Business Platinum. Both cards share perks like: * Up to $200 airline fee credit each year * Access to Centurion Lounges and Delta Sky Clubs (when flying Delta) * Access to other lounges in the American Express Global Lounge Collection * Gold elite status with Hilton Honors and Gold elite status with Marriott Bonvoy * Upgrade with Points to request an airline ticket upgrade on select airlines * 5 points per dollar spent on flights and prepaid hotels (both must be booked through Amex Travel on the Business Platinum)However, here are some of the benefits you get that are exclusive to the business version of the Platinum card: * 10 free Gogo inflight Wi-Fi passes each year * 1.5x points on purchases of $5,000 or more (up to 1 million additional points per year) * A complimentary year of Platinum Global Access with WeWork (enrollment must be done by December 31, 2019) * Up to $200 in annual statement credits for Dell technology purchases, split into a $100 credit for January through June and another $100 credit for July through December The final wordWhile this card does come with a $595 annual fee that can seem hefty at the outset, if you take advantage of the $200 airline fee credit and the annual up to $200 Dell credit, you'll effectively pay a net of only $195 a year for the card. This card proves its worth and then some for any businessperson engaged in regular travel. From lounge access at almost any airport in the world to elite status at Hilton and Marriott hotels, plus helping you get onto the internet while in the air during flights, this card has tons of benefits (not to mention that welcome bonus that's higher than ever) just waiting for you to take advantage of.
(Bloomberg) -- Joe Biden and Elizabeth Warren joined striking United Auto Workers members on a picket line on Sunday as they compete for the support of a critical voting bloc in the race for the Democratic presidential nomination.Warren was mobbed as soon as she arrived at General Motors Co.’s Detroit-Hamtramck plant in Michigan, where the strike is entering a second week. Cheers and chants broke out when she joined the picket line while holding a “UAW on strike” sign.She condemned the automaker for making “billions of dollars in profits” even as it closes U.S. plants. “GM is demonstrating that it has no loyalty to the workers of America or to the people of America; their only loyalty is to their own bottom line,” Warren said. “If they can save a nickel by moving a job to Mexico or to Asia or to anywhere else on the planet, they will do it.”A strong turnout by organized labor will be key for Democrats as they seek to defeat President Donald Trump in crucial swing states in the rust belt such as Michigan, Pennsylvania and Wisconsin. These states were supposed to ensure Hillary Clinton’s victory in 2016 but all went for Trump, at least in part thanks to support from some union members, who had traditionally been solidly aligned with the Democrats.‘War’ On LaborBiden joined a group in front of a GM facility in Kansas City, Kansas. Wearing a red UAW shirt, he stood on the back of a pickup truck and addressed hundreds of striking workers.“There’s been a war on labor’s house for a long, long time,” Biden said. “Corporations bought back over a trillion dollars in their own stock.”The former vice president, who has a long history of support from labor unions during his political career, received a warm welcome from the workers, many of whom stayed to pose for pictures and get autographs after he finished speaking.“This is simply wrong and I know it’s easy for me to stand up here and say ‘keep at it,’ because I’m not making the sacrifice you’re making,” he said. “I’m not in a position where I am out here and I am losing wages and I only have about 250 bucks to get me by. I’m not in that position. But I tell you, the American people, we owe you. We owe you for this effort.”Salary DemandsAbout 46,000 GM workers walked off the job Sept. 15 after their contact expired. The strikers are asking for concessions from the carmaker including higher salaries, more jobs and a narrower pay gap between new hires and longtime employees.The strike is the first against GM in 12 years and could cost the carmaker about $50 million a day in earnings before interest and taxes, according to an estimate by Credit Suisse. S&P Global Ratings last week said GM could lose production of 45,000 vehicles and burn through $1 billion of cash in the first week. The automaker may be able to make up some of that output later.Both candidates scheduled trips to the carmaker’s plants nationwide after striking workers criticized Democratic hopefuls for being absent from the picket lines.“This is the time that we find out who people are,” Warren told UAW workers. “We find out who stands with workers,” she added, after hugging and taking pictures with people on the ground.‘She Cares’“She’s here, that’s all that matters and we got her back,” said Joe Ryan, 59, who has been working at the Detroit-Hamtramck plan for 40 years. “That somebody of that caliber would be interested in coming not only to support us but walk in the picket line, that shows us that she cares about working-class people.”Warren has brought union power to the forefront of her presidential campaign, vowing to bring in a union leader as labor secretary and promising that a union representative would be present at trade negotiations. Prior to joining the picket line, she privately met with UAW members.Before Sunday, only two major Democratic candidates -- Tim Ryan and Amy Klobuchar -- had joined the GM picketers. Senator Bernie Sanders will visit Detroit on Wednesday.Ryan, a congressman whose Ohio district was battered by job losses when GM idled its Lordstown plant, has been tweeting from union halls and factories across Ohio and Michigan since Monday. Klobuchar, a Minnesota senator, took coffee and doughnuts to striking workers at the Detroit-Hamtramck assembly plant on Thursday.Negotiations between GM and the UAW are continuing into the second week. GM has offered $7 billion of investment in eight U.S. plants and more than 5,400 additional jobs, most of which would be new hires. But the union said GM’s proposal fell short in key areas including health care, use of temporary workers and the length of time it takes for shorter-tenured members to get to top-scale pay.\--With assistance from David Welch.To contact the reporters on this story: Misyrlena Egkolfopoulou in Detroit at email@example.com;Tyler Pager in Kansas City at firstname.lastname@example.orgTo contact the editors responsible for this story: Wendy Benjaminson at email@example.com, ;Craig Trudell at firstname.lastname@example.org, Max BerleyFor more articles like this, please visit us at bloomberg.com©2019 Bloomberg L.P.
African countries plan to call on the United Nations to declare a global climate emergency, among a set of demands to be presented at a climate summit in New York on Monday organised by the U.N. chief. Backed by African climate change negotiators, the statement is also expected to say that countries’ climate action plans should be made legally binding, to ensure the 2015 Paris Agreement goals to limit global warming are met. African governments will also likely request more international funding to implement their plans to brake heat-trapping emissions and help their people adapt to more extreme weather and rising seas.
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India's Prime Minister Narendra Modi welcomes US President Donald Trump at Houston's Howdy Modi eventPosted on Monday September 23, 2019
I watched this event from Houston today, live, on television. It was a pretty much incredible display of cooperative international political and economic harmony. There are 1,369,534,790 citizens of India (that starts with B, as in a billion). In the elections that swept Prime Minister Modi into power, over 660,000,000 million citizens of India voted for PM Modi. I figure that you folk on LiveLeak know that there are only roughly 360-370 million citizens in the United States. That's not a negative, just a fact. Listen to the tone and timbre and normative voice of triumph that PM Modi contributes to the international liaisoning of business, culture, and politics that exists between the United States and India, and he and President Donald Trump. Now, simply listen to the video, and understand the important enormity and austerity of the statements that India's Prime Minister Modi is making. That is what I am asking you to do....... It is an almost completely spiritual phenomenon that is occurring. And, as any of you yoga aficionados know, India is all about spirituality. They are an important ally in today's modern world. P.S. Oh yes. And one more thing. Take everything that these anti-Trump and Never-Trump clownshoes bozos say with a grain of salt.
The Amazon is still on fire. Conservation groups blame illegal logging and criminal networks. "I think it is fundamental that the government sends a signal that illegality is not allowed anymore in the Amazon," one expert said.Posted on Monday September 23, 2019
The Amazon is still on fire. Conservation groups blame illegal logging and criminal networks. "I think it is fundamental that the government sends a signal that illegality is not allowed anymore in the Amazon," one expert said. (nbcnews.com)
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