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Eyewitnesses report that fighting has not stopped in Syria between Turkish and Kurdish forces, despite an agreement between Turkey and the U.S. ABC
VOA VIEW: Turkey mistake.
Storm surge warnings have been issued from Indian Pass to Clearwater Beach. ABC
Hillary Clinton, without naming names -- and just ahead of the debate -- said that a female 2020 candidate is a “favorite of the Russians”. ABC
VOA VIEW: Hillary is a foolish big mouth.
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Boris Johnson makes a fresh appeal to MPs ahead of Saturday's knife-edge Commons vote on his Brexit deal. BBC
Dan Brouillette is currently the deputy energy secretary CBS
VOA VIEW: Experienced move.
NBA commissioner Adam Silver says China asked the league to fire Houston Rockets general manager Daryl Morey, following Morey's tweet supporting pro-democracy protesters in Hong Kong. The situation has escalated after comments from high-profile players and coaches, including LeBron James. New York Times reporter Sopan Deb joined CBSN to discuss the latest on the NBA's rift with China. CBS
VOA VIEW: China is acting stupid.
The president also claimed the Kurds were "very happy about the way things are going" CBS
VOA VIEW: Dems and the liberal media don't like positive info.
Alabama, California, Illinois, New Jersey and South Carolina set news bottoms according to data that goes back to 1976. CNBC
Former Ohio Gov. John Kasich said President Donald Trump should be impeached, a major switch for a former Republican presidential candidate who had previously defended the President. CNN
VOA VIEW: Kasich is a fool loser.
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Secretary of State Mike Pompeo has become increasingly frustrated in recent weeks by the departure of top State Department officials and claims that he failed to defend the former US Ambassador to Ukraine, Marie Yovanovitch, from a smear campaign against her, according to three sources familiar with the situation. CNN
Retired Navy Admiral William McRaven explains why he wrote an op-ed in the New York Times titled "Our Republic Is Under Attack from the President" where he argued that President Trump is undermining many American institutions. CNN
VOA VIEW: A fool that retirement is good for the country.
The Supreme Court agreed on Friday to take up a major immigration case concerning the rights of undocumented immigrants seeking asylum to challenge their expedited removal proceedings. CNN
VOA VIEW: Hopefully, the final outcome will be good for the US.
A former agent with U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement has pleaded guilty to helping an inmate try to escape from a Kansas jail by impersonating an immigration officer. FOX News
VOA VIEW: The operative word is former.
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Labour and former Tory MPs join in bid to force through extension with amendment on ‘super Saturday’Brexit ‘super Saturday’: your guide to the big dayBoris Johnson’s plan to push through a Brexit deal on Saturday looks likely to be frustrated after an alliance of Labour and former Tory MPs united behind a plan to force a new extension.After clinching a last-minute deal in Brussels on Thursday by agreeing to a customs border in the Irish Sea, the prime minister had hoped to frame the rare Saturday sitting of parliament as a dramatic “new deal or no deal” moment. Guardian
The U.S. Navy announced that its next-generation narrowband satellite communications system, the Mobile User Objective System, passed its final test before operational capability determination. UPI
New research indicates Christianity is on a steep decline in the United States -- with just 65 percent of American adults now describing themselves as Christian. UPI
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Dems are looking to make Pocahontas the frontrunner. Democratic voters gave Sens. Elizabeth Warren and Bernie Sanders and Mayor Pete Buttigieg got the top grades for their performances at Tuesday night’s debate in Ohio. FiveThirtyEight.com and Ipsos polled a group of 3,360 Democratic primary voters nationwide and had them grade the hopefuls on a four-point scale.
Those voters said Warren earned a 3.2 to top the list, while Sanders tied with the South Bend, Ind., mayor with a 3.1. They were followed by former Vice President Joe Biden (3) and Sen. Amy Klobuchar (2.9). Rep. Tulsi Gabbard received the lowest marks. Her average was 2.4 points.
In the middle of the pack were Sens. Kamala Harris and Cory Booker, both with 2.8 points. Then came businessman Andrew Yang, with 2.7 points, followed by former Rep. Beto O’Rourke with 2.6 points. Circling the bottom with Gabbard were former HUD Director Julian Castro and billionaire Tom Steyer with 2.5 points.
Pollsters had also asked respondents to rate the favorability of the candidates before Tuesday’s debate in order to determine if a candidate over or under-performed, with the assumption being that better-liked candidates would have an edge.
Warren had the highest pre-debate favorables – and respondents found she also performed the best. Sanders performance, with the second best grade, was in line with his popularity too – as he had the third highest favorability rating.