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13 Australian Women Allegedly Strip-Searched…

Thirteen Australians were allegedly among a group of women removed from a Qatar Airways flight and strip-searched on Oct. 2, the Australian government says. The flight, en route from Doha to Sydney, was delayed four hours after an abandoned newborn was found inside the airport. Australian authorities say all the...

Women's groups plan more protests over Poland…

Women’s rights activists are planning more protests in Poland after a top court tightened the predominantly Catholic nation’s already strict abortion law

Squirrel supercools itself to survive arctic…

This squirrel can supercool itself to survive arctic winters. #science #nature #amazing

California Court Rules Uber and Lyft Must Make…

California Court Rules Uber and Lyft Must Make Drivers Employees. On Thursday, a California appeals court told the ride-sharing companies that their drivers can no longer be classified as independent contractors. Uber and Lyft can appeal to the California Supreme Court within the next 30 days. Both companies have contributed to a nearly $200-million campaign, Prop. 22, in an effort to keep drivers as independent contractors in California. According to NPR, it's the most expensive ballot campaign in the state's history. Today's ruling means that if the voters don't say Yes on Proposition 22, rideshare drivers will be prevented from continuing to work as independent contractors, ... , Uber spokesperson Matt Kallman, via NPR. ... putting hundreds of thousands of Californians out of work and likely shutting down ridesharing throughout much of the state, Uber spokesperson Matt Kallman, via NPR. Uber and Lyft claim the gig economy laws of California do not apply to them since they are "tech platforms" rather than "transportation businesses.". San Francisco City Attorney Dennis Herrera says both companies have been "breaking the law for years.". This is a victory for the people of California and for every driver who has been denied fair wages, paid sick days, and other benefits by these companies, San Francisco City Attorney Dennis Herrera, via NPR

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Putin Speaks Out on Trump's Criticism of Biden…

In comments Reuters calls "less friendly" toward President Trump and possibly attempting to "curry favor" with Joe Biden, Russian President Vladimir Putin on Sunday pushed back against Trump's favored line of attack against his opponent. "Yes, in Ukraine he (Hunter Biden) had or maybe still has a business, I don’t...

Quibi Fell Apart: 199 Days

Hi! Welcome to the Insider Advertising daily for October 26. I'm Lauren Johnson, a senior advertising reporter at Business Insider. Subscribe here to get this newsletter in your inbox every weekday. Send me feedback or tips at LJohnson@businessinsider.com. Today's news: How Quibi fell apart, inside The Richard Group's troubles, and the execs leading the e-commerce advertising industry. Taylor Jewell/Invision/AP; Richard Drew/AP; Shayanne Gal/Business Insider The 199 days that doomed Quibi: How $1.75 billion couldn't save the most hyped app of the year from a pandemic and apathetic users Mobile content app Quibi, backed by $1.75 billion and some of Hollywood's top names, launched in April and died in October.

Halloween fun: American Red Cross tips for…

You can expect some differences for Halloween this year due to the ongoing Covid-19 pandemic. The American Red Cross has updated its annual Halloween Safety Tips, as well as some alternative ways to have holiday fun this year.

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Republicans Are Narrowing the Early Voting Gap

More people have now voted than all the early ballots cast in 2016—and the election is still more than a week away. CNN reported on Sunday that more than 58.7 million ballots have so far been cast, citing a survey of election officials it performed alongside Edison Research...

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Rapper Offset Detained After Run-In at Trump Rally

Rapper Offset was detained Saturday while driving through a rally for President Trump, the Atlanta Journal-Constitution reports. The Migos rapper, who is married to Cardi B, had "some sort of run-in" with the Trump supporters at the Beverly Hills, California, rally, per TMZ . Police were called by a person who...

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House already won? Pelosi thinks so, and reaches…

Speaker Nancy Pelosi once predicted she’d have the House majority won by November — but of 2019

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Trump Says Israel and Sudan Have Agreed to…

Trump Says Israel and Sudan , Have Agreed to Normalize Relations. President Trump made the announcement on Friday, less than two weeks before the election. According to CNN, before talks of normalization could move forward, . Sudan Prime Minister Abdalla Hamdok requested that the country be removed from the state sponsor of terrorism list, which it has be on since 1993. Trump signed an executive order to implement Sudan's removal from the list. According to CNN, if both the House and Senate pass veto-proof joint resolutions of disapproval within 45 days, . Congress can overturn the decision to remove Sudan from the state sponsor of terrorism list

Cop Who Shot Into Car, Killing Black Teen, Fired

The Illinois police officer who fatally shot Black teen Marcellis Stinnette last week has been fired. The unidentified Hispanic officer, who has been with the force for five years, was terminated Friday "for multiple policy and procedure violations," the Waukegan Police Department says, per USA Today . No new details have...

How The Winner Of A Presidential Election Is…

Many Americans believe that once the media 'calls' a presidential election and one candidate gives a concession speech, the other is officially named the winner. But according to Voice of America, that's far from the truth. In fact, it's a multi-step process that takes place over the course of months, not days. Once all the in-person, mail-in, and provisional ballots are tallied, each state governor draws up a list of electors. Copies of this list are submitted to the US Archivist. The electors then meet in their state capitals on the first Monday after the second Wednesday in December, to formally vote for president and vice president. The electors in each of the states complete Certificates of Vote and send them to the US Senate, the National Archives, and state officials. The final step in the process occurs in early January. Congress meets to count the electoral votes and officially certifies the winner. While the process is ordinarily ceremonial, there can be objections.

Enjoying the snow while grazing

On Oct. 25, a large herd of elk were seen grazing on hills near Genesee, Colorado, that were covered by the recent snowstorm.

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Felicity Huffman Has Paid Full Debt to Society

Felicity Huffman is free and clear. The actress' rep tells People Huffman has completed her full sentence for the college admissions scandal; that included the 14-day prison sentence of which Huffman served 11 days plus 250 hours of community service and one year of supervised release. TMZ reports that last...

State: Let's Use $16M in Virus Aid for Fracking

North Dakota officials are hoping to use federal coronavirus funds for fracking grants—a move that has critics up in arms, the Grand Forks Herald reports. A state energy commission voted unanimously Friday to reallocate over $221 million in congressional virus aid to state agencies, including $16 million for fracking....