Friday , 20 October 2017
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Senators ask Mattis for more information on Niger attack

ABCNews.com(WASHINGTON) — After meeting separately with Secretary of Defense James Mattis, both Sens. Lindsey Graham and John McCain said the military should do more to keep members of Congress aware of its counterterrorism operations around the world. Sen. Graham told reporters that one of the open questions surrounding the ambush in Niger, which killed four Americans, is whether it was …

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Animals at Brookfield Zoo enjoy pumpkin treat

Several of the animals at Brookfield Zoo near Chicago enjoyed Halloween treats on Friday. They included the western lowland gorillas; Hani, one of the sloth bears; the Rodrigues fruit bats; a carpet python; and the pygmy hippos. (Oct. 20)

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Rep. Wilson alleges White House chief of staff used 'racist term' in criticism

Drew Angerer/Getty Images(WASHINGTON) — Representative Frederica Wilson alleged that White House Chief of Staff John Kelly employed “a racist term” in his criticism of her actions after she assailed President Donald Trump over his call to the widow of a U.S. soldier killed in Niger. Kelly, who addressed reporters at the White House press briefing Thursday, rebuked Wilson, D-Fla., for …

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Ex actress alleges Harvey Weinstein harassed her

Warning: Graphic language. A former actress says Harvey Weinstein exposed himself to her and told her she needed to be ‘good’ if she wanted to succeed. Heather Kerr later quit acting. Weinstein is facing criminal charges in three cities. (Oct. 20)

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6-week-old baby boy's smile will brighten your day

Deanna Alfano(MIAMI) — Meet the baby boy whose smile has been viewed more than 1 million times on Facebook. His name is Cruz Muse, born six weeks ago during the aftermath of Hurricane Irma in Miami, his mother, Lidia Muse, told ABC News. “We didn’t lose power — thank God — because I’m in a new house so they built …

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