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The Latest: Father recalls shooting that killed daughter

The Latest: Father recalls shooting that killed daughter SAN FRANCISCO (AP) — The Latest on the murder trial involving the San Francisco pier shooting that sparked national debate on illegal immigration. (all times local):


'We Should Not Be Fighting.' John McCain Condemns Controversy Over Trump's Call to Soldier's Widow

'We Should Not Be Fighting.' John McCain Condemns Controversy Over Trump's Call to Soldier's Widow "That should not be the topic of discussion in America today"


Police need help identifying child who mysteriously washed up dead on Texas beach

Police need help identifying child who mysteriously washed up dead on Texas beach Police are looking for the public's help to identify a young boy whose lifeless body washed ashore on a beach in Galveston, Texas, on Friday evening.


US diplomat apologizes after Indonesia general denied entry

US diplomat apologizes after Indonesia general denied entry JAKARTA, Indonesia (AP) — A U.S. diplomat apologized to Indonesia's government Monday after the top Indonesian general was prevented from traveling to Washington, but a Jakarta official said the country expected a complete explanation.


Russian Radio Journalist Stabbed In Neck Amid Anti-Media Violence

Russian Radio Journalist Stabbed In Neck Amid Anti-Media Violence A prominent journalist at Russia’s top independent radio station was stabbed in the neck on Monday after a spate of recent attacks and threats against Russian media.


Barack Obama couldn't stop laughing after George W. Bush whispered in his ear

Barack Obama couldn't stop laughing after George W. Bush whispered in his ear All five living former U.S. presidents gathered at a hurricane relief concert in Texas to raise money for victims of Hurricane Harvey, Irma, and Maria on Saturday night -- and the Internet can't stop obsessing about one moment between George W. Bush and Barack Obama.


The Final JFK Assassination Documents Are About to Drop. Here's What to Know

The Final JFK Assassination Documents Are About to Drop. Here's What to Know By law, the last documents on the JFK assassination are to be processed for release by Oct. 26, 2017


Man Gets $117 Traffic Ticket After Singing '90s Dance Hit In Car

Man Gets $117 Traffic Ticket After Singing '90s Dance Hit In Car Talk about a bum note: A Montreal man says he’s facing a $117 traffic ticket just for singing in his car.


Police Say 3 Deaths Could Be Work Of Serial Killer 'Terrorizing' Tampa

Police Say 3 Deaths Could Be Work Of Serial Killer 'Terrorizing' Tampa A string of murders in Florida is sparking fears that a serial killer is targeting Tampa residents.


Elton John Slams Lawmaker Who Suggested People With HIV Should Be Quarantined

Elton John Slams Lawmaker Who Suggested People With HIV Should Be Quarantined Elton John responded Monday to Georgia state Rep. Betty Price’s disturbing suggestion that perhaps people with HIV should be quarantined in order to “curtail the spread” of the disease.


Foreigners who joined IS faced almost certain death in Raqqa

Foreigners who joined IS faced almost certain death in Raqqa The forces fighting the remnants of the Islamic State group in Syria have tacit instructions on dealing with the foreigners who joined the extremist group by the thousands: Kill them on the battlefield.


British-born Putin critic has US visa revoked after Russia places him on international arrest list

British-born Putin critic has US visa revoked after Russia places him on international arrest list A British businessman and outspoken critic of Vladimir Putin said his ability to enter the US has been revoked after Russia placed him on an international police wanted list. Bill Browder, a hedge fund manager and activist, said he was informed his so-called Global Entry status had been suspended and that he was unable to check in for a flight to the US, after Russia had him added to the Interpol arrest list. Mr Browder, 53, who pushed for the US to enforce a powerful set of sanctions against figures close to the Kremlin, said Russia had tried on four previous occasions to have him placed on the Interpol Red List.


The Exact Moment These People In Love Knew 'That's My Person'

The Exact Moment These People In Love Knew 'That's My Person' Everyone loves a good love story, especially in 140 characters or less.


Catalan separatists vow 'civil disobedience' in standoff with Madrid

Catalan separatists vow 'civil disobedience' in standoff with Madrid Catalan separatists Monday threatened "mass civil disobedience" if Madrid carries out threats to depose their leaders, as tensions mounted over a bid to sever the region from Spain. Madrid stood firm on its plans to replace the government of the semi-autonomous region whose inhabitants voted "Yes" in a banned independence referendum on October 1. Catalonia's separatist parties, in turn, called a special session of the regional parliament for Thursday to devise a response.


14 Vegetarian Recipes Kids Will Totally Approve Of

Here's everything leaving (and being added to) Netflix in November

Here's everything leaving (and being added to) Netflix in November Another month, another onslaught of new additions -- and titles being taken away -- on Netflix.


Firefighters still battling 10 wildfires in California

Firefighters still battling 10 wildfires in California About 5,000 firefighters were still battling 10 wildfires in California on Monday and the authorities said they hope to have many of them fully contained in the next few days. The wildfires ignited on October 8 and as many as 11,000 firefighters -- some from as far away as Australia -- were involved at one point in battling move than two dozen large blazes.


Philippines declares end to 5-month militant siege in Marawi

Philippines declares end to 5-month militant siege in Marawi CLARK, Philippines (AP) — The Philippine government declared the end Monday to the militant siege of a southern city that lasted five months, left more than 1,100 people dead and sparked fears of the Islamic State group gaining a foothold in Southeast Asia.


Bill O'Reilly Accuser Says She's Still 'Terrified' Of Fox News

Bill O'Reilly Accuser Says She's Still 'Terrified' Of Fox News Juliet Huddy, a former Fox News employee who accused Bill O’Reilly of sexually harassing her in 2011, said Monday that she’s still “terrified” of the network after the lengths it went to in order to protect him and discredit her.


Indonesia seeks answers from US as top general denied entry

Indonesia seeks answers from US as top general denied entry Indonesia's government is seeking clarification from the U.S. after the Indonesian military chief was denied entry to the country, an official said Sunday.


St Andrews University students celebrate 'Raisin Monday'

St Andrews University students celebrate 'Raisin Monday' In a tradition that may go back centuries, older students at St Andrews spend a weekend showing new kids around, after which the younger students demonstrate their gratitude with a gift. It used to be raisins, but not now.


Bernie Sanders Says He'll Run For Re-election As An Independent

Bernie Sanders Says He'll Run For Re-election As An Independent confirmed he’ll run for re-election next year as an independent candidate.


Norway wealth fund watchdog reviewing investment in U.S. pipeline firm

Norway wealth fund watchdog reviewing investment in U.S. pipeline firm The ethics watchdog for Norway's $1 trillion sovereign wealth fund is reviewing allegations that U.S. pipeline operator Energy Transfer Partners may breach the fund's investment guidelines. Under rules set by Norway's parliament, any firm the fund invests in must meet guidelines related to the environment, human rights, governance and other issues. The Standing Rock Sioux tribe has said it could contaminate the Missouri River and said it threatens their sacred sites.


US 'to put nuclear bombers on 24-hour alert' for first time since Cold War

US 'to put nuclear bombers on 24-hour alert' for first time since Cold War The United States is preparing to put nuclear bomber planes on 24-hour alert for the first time since the Cold War, a senior Air Force official has said. A fleet of B-52s laden with nuclear weapons could soon be readied to launch within a day's notice amid growing tensions with North Korea. General David Goldfein, Air Force Chief of Staff, said US military leaders were being forced to adapt to "the reality of the global situation we find ourselves in".


British man tells of his terrifying five-mile swim for his life - pursued by a 13-foot shark

British man tells of his terrifying five-mile swim for his life - pursued by a 13-foot shark A British diver separated from his boat off the coast of Australia has said he was lucky to be alive after being forced to swim miles back to shore - shadowed by a large tiger shark. The spear fisherman, John Craig, was underwater off Western Australia state Friday when his boat was swept away due to engine problems and strong currents. He told the BBC that sharks gravitated towards him because stress had raised his heart rate. Mr Craig said: "I could feel my heart rate up, because I was panicking that I'd been left, after about five or ten minutes of this I put my head in the water to check I was still in the same place, and then at arm's reach, there was this huge four-meter tiger shark, I turned around and there was another fairly big sandbar whaler, which is another type of shark that you get here." A diver separated from his boat off the coast of Australia was followed by a large tiger shark He told local media the tiger shark was "easily the biggest tiger shark I've been in the water with and that's saying something having worked as a dive instructor for over 10 years." Terrified in the shark-infested waters near Shark Bay, he made the decision to swim back to shore. "I have to admit that at this point I thought I was gone - four nautical miles out to sea with a huge tiger shark following me. I thought this was it, this is how I'm going to die," he said. "The shark would disappear into the gloom then suddenly reappear behind me, just keeping pace with me behind my fins." Diver's close encounter with shark in Western Australia He spoke of how the shark pursued him, trying to kill him: "The shark didn't swim away, it actually followed me, so I started swimming towards the shore and the shark just kept pace behind me, so every time I looked back I just saw its huge head pointed at my fins, so I just kept my spear gun pointed towards my fins so it wouldn't get close enough to actually touch them, then it would disappear in the gloom then come down and come up below me and come from the sides...it was all because I was panicking. "I've been a dive instructor for ten years, and I knew straight away sharks were there because my heart rate was up and I was panicking. After about three or four minutes of swimming it just accelerated then started swimming beside me going towards the shore. So for about 15 minutes it was just swimming with me." Mr Craig kept his speargun pointed behind him as he embarked on a swim of "pure endurance", eventually losing the shark. He was later spotted by rescuers on a remote beach. "It's an absolutely incredible story," Shark Bay Volunteer Marine Rescue commander Greg Ridgley told Perth's Sunday Times. Tiger sharks shown here off the coast of Port Elizabeth, South Africa Credit: Rainer Schimpf / Barcroft Media "He swam at least five miles in shark-infested waters... I just can't believe anybody could do that. It's such a massive effort, in that short timeframe too." There have been 14 encounters off the nation's vast coastline this year, including the death of a 17-year-old girl mauled by a shark in full view of her parents in Western Australia. Experts say incidents are increasing as water sports become more popular and baitfish move closer to shore, but fatalities remain rare.


Hikers’ Families Say Deaths Motivated By ‘Compassion’

Hikers’ Families Say Deaths Motivated By ‘Compassion’ The families of a young couple found dead in an embrace believe they died in a murder-suicide motivated by compassion.


Donald Trump's Big Trip to Asia: What Can Washington Do to Reassure ASEAN?

Donald Trump's Big Trip to Asia: What Can Washington Do to Reassure ASEAN? Trump has an opportunity to begin shaping Southeast Asia's geopolitical map in America’s favor. Donald Trump's Big Trip to Asia: What Can Washington Do to Reassure ASEAN? Last month, the White House announced that President Donald Trump will travel to Japan, South Korea, China, Vietnam and the Philippines in November.


'It was going to eat her' - Aussie teen survives shark scare

'It was going to eat her' - Aussie teen survives shark scare An Australian teenager has survived a terrifying encounter with a great white shark, with her harrowing screams alerting her father who was certain it was about to "eat her". Sarah Williams, 15, was fishing for squid from a kayak off the South Australian coast near Normanville on Sunday when the shark struck. "This shark has just rolled and all I saw was the dark side and the white belly and just huge fins and just white water everywhere," he told the Australian Broadcasting Corporation on Monday.


Mother, son and daughter all arrested in connection to multiple robberies on Long Island

Mother, son and daughter all arrested in connection to multiple robberies on Long Island A woman and her two children have been arrested in Long Island in connection to seven armed robberies, all of which took place over the last month.


2018 Porsche 911 Carrera T: Here It Is

2018 Porsche 911 Carrera T: Here It Is The Carrera T is yet another 911 variant, but this is now the lightest 911 you can buy.


Pets And People Are Joyously Reuniting After California Wildfires

Pets And People Are Joyously Reuniting After California Wildfires Some Northern Californians who feared the worst for their pets in the wake of this month’s deadly wildfires are getting some welcome good news in recent days: Their animals survived.


Teen attacks, wounds several people with ax in Switzerland

Teen attacks, wounds several people with ax in Switzerland BERLIN (AP) — A 17-year-old boy apparently attacked and wounded several people with an ax in a small town in northeastern Switzerland on Sunday evening, police said.


Sen. Sherrod Brown: Steve Bannon 'Is A White Supremacist'

Sen. Sherrod Brown: Steve Bannon 'Is A White Supremacist' was right to call former White House chief strategist Steve Bannon a white supremacist, Sen. Sherrod Brown (D-Ohio) contended on Sunday.


Travel plea for conjoined twins in blockaded Gaza

Travel plea for conjoined twins in blockaded Gaza Conjoined twins born in Gaza Sunday need to leave the blockaded Palestinian enclave for treatment crucial to their survival, their doctor and a family member said. "A woman gave birth this morning to Siamese twins joined at the stomach and pelvis," Allam Abu Hamda, head of the neonatal unit at Gaza's Shifa Hospital, told AFP. The twins, whose condition Abu Hamda said was stable, have one shared leg, but separate hearts and lungs.


Trump says he spoke the name of fallen U.S. soldier in call with widow

Trump says he spoke the name of fallen U.S. soldier in call with widow “Look, I’ve called many people. And I would think that every one of them appreciated it,” Trump told Maria Bartiromo in an interview on Fox News on Sunday.


Oregon day care shuttered after 2nd death in 2 years

Oregon day care shuttered after 2nd death in 2 years PORTLAND, Ore. (AP) — Regulators in Oregon have shuttered a day care after a second baby died there in as many years, an unprecedented number of deaths at a single day care center for the state.


On the USS Reagan amid growing nuclear tensions

On the USS Reagan amid growing nuclear tensions ABC News' Chief Global Correspondent Martha Raddatz travelled to the USS Reagan for an exclusive look at U.S. military preparations near North Korea.


Strudel The Obese Dog's Fitness Journey Is Nothing Short Of Inspiring

Strudel The Obese Dog's Fitness Journey Is Nothing Short Of Inspiring The dramatic weight loss of a severely chunky golden retriever mix could be an inspiration to people caring for overweight pets.


NFL’s Atlanta Falcons Hope New Stadium Can Spark Change in Community

NFL’s Atlanta Falcons Hope New Stadium Can Spark Change in Community Atlanta Falcons owner Arthur Blank has invested $15 million in a local job training program as part of a deal to build Atlanta’s new football stadium in Westside Atlanta, one of the city’s poorest neighborhoods.


Chinese President Xi Jinping Declares Era of “National Rejuvenation”

Chinese President Xi Jinping Declares Era of “National Rejuvenation” Chinese president Xi Jinping declared an era of national rejuvenation in a speech that garnered 1.5 billion virtual claps on a virtual applause app released in conjunction with the Communist Party congress.


Some Truly Excellent Costumes From NYC's Famous Halloween Dog Parade

Some Truly Excellent Costumes From NYC's Famous Halloween Dog Parade Every year, New Yorkers and their beloved canine pals embark on a time-honored tradition: The Annual Tompkins Square Halloween Dog Parade.


Budget Chief Raises Possibility Of Trump Agreeing To Obamacare Subsidy Deal

Budget Chief Raises Possibility Of Trump Agreeing To Obamacare Subsidy Deal WASHINGTON ― Office of Management and Budget chief Mick Mulvaney suggested on Fox News Sunday that President Donald Trump could back a bipartisan deal on making certain reimbursement payments to insurers if he also got other, smaller changes to the health care system.


DIY Last-Minute Halloween Costumes For Couples That Are Actually Doable

DIY Last-Minute Halloween Costumes For Couples That Are Actually Doable Procrastinating husband, wives, boyfriends and girlfriends: fear not!


Scot given three-month jail sentence for touching Dubai man's hip

Scot given three-month jail sentence for touching Dubai man's hip A British man has been sentenced to three months in prison in Dubai for touching a man's hip in a bar, according to campaigners. Jamie Harron, from Stirling, was arrested in July over the incident in which he said he put his hand on a man's hip to avoid spilling a drink in a crowded bar. The 27-year-old electrician had been working in Afghanistan and was on a two-day stopover in the United Arab Emirates at the time. After his arrest for public indecency he lost his job and was told he could have faced up to three years in jail. Campaign group Detained in Dubai (DiD) said he was sentenced to three months imprisonment at court on Sunday but lawyers plan to appeal. The group said Mr Harron is "angry, disappointed, and dreads what may happen next". He is not currently in custody while the appeal is considered, DiD chief executive Radha Stirling said. Mr Harron has already been sentenced in absentia to 30 days in prison for failing to appear at a court hearing for making a rude gesture and drinking alcohol during the same July incident. Unusual laws that tourists should be wary of DiD said the 27-year-old was not told about the court date in advance and that sentence is also being appealed against. In relation to the alleged public indecency charge, Mr Harron is said to have been holding a drink, moving through a crowded bar and held a hand in front of him to avoid spilling it on himself or others. He then "touched a man on his hip to avoid impact". He was initially jailed for five days and then released on bail with his passport confiscated. Ms Stirling said: "Now Jamie has been sentenced to three months; there is no telling whether a judgement on appeal will be better or worse. "He has already suffered tremendously as a result of these allegations, and now faces the likelihood of incarceration. "His family was unable to visit him during this critical time because they faced a very real risk of imprisonment themselves under the UAE's cyber crime laws which forbid criticism of the government. "At this point, Jamie will definitely be pursuing civil action against his accusers when he does eventually return home, as it appears that he will not be able to find justice in the UAE." She added: "He feels betrayed and exploited by the system, which did not investigate the reports of key witnesses in his defence and led him to believe that the case would be dropped." A spokeswoman for the Foreign Office said: "We have been in contact with a British man following his arrest in Dubai in July. We are providing consular assistance."


The U.S. Navy Had a Crazy Plan to Build 'Super' Battleships (But Super Obsolete)

The U.S. Navy Had a Crazy Plan to Build 'Super' Battleships (But Super Obsolete) Had the U.S. built the Montanas, they likely would have had similar post-war careers to those of the South Dakotas.  Because of their speed, the Iowas were more useful at every job except fighting other battleships. Having built the ships in the late 1940s, the USN would have sold them for scrap in the early 1960s. In the early 1940s, the U.S. Navy still expected to need huge, first rate battleships to fight the best that Japan and Germany had to offer.


Tom Hanks Offers Suggestion To Those 'Frustrated' With Current Affairs: 'Read History'

Tom Hanks Offers Suggestion To Those 'Frustrated' With Current Affairs: 'Read History' Actor Tom Hanks recommends this: Brush up on your history.


Trump Offers $430,000 Of His Own Money For Aides' Legal Fees In Russian Probe

Trump Offers $430,000 Of His Own Money For Aides' Legal Fees In Russian Probe Donald Trump is offering at least $430,000 of his own funds to help defray the legal costs of aides amid federal probes into Russian influence in the presidential election.


11 Pretzel Hacks That'll Rock Your Whole World

Naval Showdown: What Happens When a Battleship Fights an Aircraft Carrier?

Naval Showdown: What Happens When a Battleship Fights an Aircraft Carrier? In 1930, the Glorious was converted into an aircraft carrier, just as the U.S. Navy did with the Lexington and Saratoga. Battlecruisers had proven fragile in World War I, but they could travel thirty knots and had large hulls suitable for planting a flight deck on. The Glorious was committed to the Norwegian campaign, perhaps the rock bottom of the Royal Navy’s performance in World War II. On April 9, 1940, the Germans launched an amphibious invasion of Norway.


A Blueprint for Minimizing Iran's Influence in the Middle East

A Blueprint for Minimizing Iran's Influence in the Middle East America needs a better strategy for containing and checking Iran, and that strategy is needed now. President Donald Trump would be making a serious mistake were he to withdraw from the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action—the 2015 nuclear deal between various world powers and Iran—in coming months. This action, which Trump has threatened if Congress does not act soon to toughen our overall Iran policy, would be a much more serious blow to American interests and to U.S. global leadership than Trump’s previous treaty-related decisions.