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Store manager Joshua Englert said, "Attention, Kmart shoppers," for the very last time after working at the superstore for 18 years.U.S. People
Middle School Teacher, 28, Dies Amid Investigation of Allegedly 'Inappropriate' Relationship with Student
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The duchess beamed as she showed off her tummy in an elegant A-line midi on day four of the Australia tour.Celebrity Yahoo Lifestyle
'I was angry at first, then I said let me try something different': Dad confronts bully by treating him like a son
The best story you'll read this week: A father took the time to listen to his son's bully, and it resulted in a friendship and a new mentor.World Reuters
So grave is the fallout from the disappearance of Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi that King Salman has felt compelled to intervene, five sources with links to the Saudi royal family said. Last Thursday, Oct. 11, the king dispatched his most trusted aide, Prince Khaled al-Faisal, governor of Mecca, to Istanbul to try to defuse the crisis. World leaders were demanding an explanation and concern was growing in parts of the royal court that the king's son Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman, to whom he has delegated vast powers, was struggling to contain the fallout, the sources said.U.S. Business Insider
Tickets cost $2, and according to the Mega Millions website, players choose five numbers between one and 70, and then a bonus number between one and 25. Beyond that, winning the lottery is often not as glamorous as it may seem, as many winners end up struggling to find meaning, get taken advantage of by others, and even end up broke. Jackpots in Mega Millions and the similar Powerball lottery have been steadily increasing over the last few years as a result of rules changes that make winning the jackpot far less likely, meaning each drawing has a higher chance of having no winners and rolling over.Politics The Telegraph
John Bolton, US national security adviser, will meet Sergei Lavrov, Russia's foreign minister, on Saturday in Moscow, amid reports that Washington will tell Russia it plans to quit a landmark nuclear weapons treaty. Mr Bolton, who will also meet Nikolai Patrushev, Russian security council secretary, announced the visit to Moscow in a tweet, saying he would "continue discussions that began in Helsinki," referring to a summit between presidents Donald Trump and Vladimir Putin in July. The New York Times said that the Trump administration plans to inform Russian leaders in the coming days that it is preparing to leave the three-decade-old Intermediate-Range Nuclear Forces Treaty, known as the INF. The newspaper said the US accuses Russia of violating the deal, signed in 1987 by Ronald Reagan, by deploying tactical nuclear weapons to intimidate former Soviet satellite states that are now close to the West. Relations between the United States and Russia are under deep strain from accusations that Moscow meddled in the 2016 presidential election, as well as tension over Russian support for the Syrian government in the country's civil war, and the conflict in Ukraine. Mr Trump met Mr Putin in Helsinki in July Credit: Pablo Martinez Monsivais/AP However, Washington is looking for support from Moscow in finding resolutions to the Syria war and putting pressure on both Iran and North Korea. No new summit between Mr Trump and Mr Putin has been announced, but both leaders will be in Paris on November 11 to attend commemorations marking the end of World War One.
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