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UK Lawmakers Vote to Delay Final Brexit Decision Again

UK Lawmakers Vote to Delay Final Brexit Decision Again

By Jill Lawless and Mike Corder | Oct 19
A defiant Prime Minister Boris Johnson said Saturday that he would resist attempts to delay Britain's departure from the European Union beyond the end of the month, after Parliament postponed a decision on whether to back his Brexit deal.

Some Worries About Nuclear Weapons at Turkey Base

Some Worries About Nuclear Weapons at Turkey Base

By Robert Burns | Oct 19
Frayed U.S. relations with Turkey over its incursion in Syria raise a sensitive question rarely discussed in public: Should the United States remove the nuclear bombs it has long stored at a Turkish air base?

Survey Shows Anti-LGBTQ Attitudes Still High - Especially Among Youth

Survey Shows Anti-LGBTQ Attitudes Still High - Especially Among Youth

By Kilian Melloy | Oct 18
A new survey indicates that a significant percentage of the general population still harbor fallacious - and dangerous - notions about LGBTQs.

In Protest Clouds, Hong Kong Tourists See Silver Lining

In Protest Clouds, Hong Kong Tourists See Silver Lining

By John Leicester | Oct 18
No tiresome wait for hugs and kisses from Mickey and Minnie Mouse. No queue at all for Hyperspace Mountain, where thrill-seekers are so scarce that Star Wars' Admiral Ackbar speaks to himself in the dark.

Riots Darken Catalan Separatist Dream of Peaceful Secession

Riots Darken Catalan Separatist Dream of Peaceful Secession

Oct 18
For years, Catalonia's separatist movement painstakingly built an amiable image of its quest to secede from Spain.

US Hails Turkish Cease-Fire; Kurds Must Vacate Border Area

US Hails Turkish Cease-Fire; Kurds Must Vacate Border Area

By Robert Burns and Zeke Miller | Oct 17
The U.S. and Turkey agreed Thursday to a cease-fire in the Turks' deadly attacks on Kurdish fighters in northern Syria.

Boris Johnson Gets EU Brexit Deal; Next Hurdle Is Parliament

Boris Johnson Gets EU Brexit Deal; Next Hurdle Is Parliament

By Raf Casert, Jill Lawless and Lori Hinnant | Oct 17
British Prime Minister Boris Johnson's career of disdain for the European Union was a thing of the past on Thursday as he and the bloc's leaders celebrated their long-sought Brexit deal.

Penis Plumping Pros and Cons

Penis Plumping Pros and Cons

By Kilian Melloy | Oct 17
Men looking to make a change to their intimate lives - by way of making changes to their intimate equipment - are driving the growth of the penis enhancement industry. But are the procedures all they are pumped up to be?

Retail Worry: Will Wine and Cheese Tariffs Hurt Holiday Sales?

Retail Worry: Will Wine and Cheese Tariffs Hurt Holiday Sales?

By Joyce M. Rosenberg | Oct 17
The tariffs the Trump administration is about to impose on wine, liquor and cheese from Europe couldn't come at a worse time for small retailers.

Mounting Venezuela Exodus Sparks Fears of Rising Xenophobia

Mounting Venezuela Exodus Sparks Fears of Rising Xenophobia

By Christine Armario | Oct 17
In recent weeks, several videos on social media in Peru have shown migrants being assaulted, threatened or harassed, sparking concerns that xenophobic attacks on the newcomers are mounting.

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