Try looking in the monthly archives. October 2019

Apple wants to win the streaming wars. But its first mediocre shows aren’t enough.

New streaming services like Apple TV Plus, Disney+ and HBO Max must convince consumers their brands are worth the headache. …read more

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Biden pushes middle class message with new ads ahead of key Iowa test

Ahead of this weekend’s gathering of state party activists, Biden shifts focus from Trump to his middle class message. …read more

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Explosive new wildfire drives thousands from homes near Los Angeles

The Maria fire ignited in Ventura County early Thursday night and raced westward, consming 4,000 acres in just three hours. …read more

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Leak in Keystone pipeline spills 9,000 barrels of oil in North Dakota

It’s the second significant spill on the Keystone system since 2017, when around 4,700 barrels spilled in South Dakota. …read more

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Trick-or-treater, 7, shot while collecting candy in Chicago on Halloween

The girl, who was not the intended victim, was critically injured “because a group of guys wanted to shoot another …read more

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Armed robbery of Brinks truck caught on camera

Surveillance video captured the incident as three suspects held up a Brinks truck at gunpoint in Greenwood Village, Colorado. …read more

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Authorities hunt for 3 in armored truck heist in Denver area

There were no reported injuries in Wednesday’s heist in Greenwood Village. One of the gunmen was armed with an AK-47 …read more

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WWE hosts Saudi Arabia’s first women’s wrestling match

“I couldn’t stop smiling when this was announced. When I speak about women driving, or even just sharing space with …read more

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‘Good riddance': New York governor cheers Trump changing residency to Florida

“It’s not like Mr. Trump paid taxes here anyway,” New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo said. “He’s all yours, Florida.” …read more

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See 3,000 jack-o’-lanterns glow at West Virginia’s Pumpkin House

Each October, Ric Griffith’s yard is aglow with 3,000 carved pumpkins — a process that takes weeks and the help …read more

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