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10 Things to Know for Today | October 18, 2018

Your daily look at late-breaking news, upcoming events and the stories that will be talked about today

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Mexico Beach residents return home 1 week after Michael

Residents of hard-hit Mexico Beach began returning home for the first time Wednesday since Hurricane Michael to see homes devastated by wind and water and pieces of their lives scattered across the Florida sand.

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Migrants moving again in Guatemala, Trump targets Democrats

More than 2,000 Honduran migrants traveling en masse through Guatemala resumed their journey toward the United States on Wednesday as U.S. President Donald Trump sought to turn the caravan into a political issue three weeks before midterm elections.

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Ebay sues Amazon, saying it tried to poach its sellers

Ebay called it an “orchestrated, coordinated, worldwide campaign” to “illegally lure eBay sellers to sell on Amazon.”

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Mysterious paralyzing illness found among kids in 22 states

U.S. health officials on Tuesday reported a jump in cases of a rare paralyzing illness in children, and said it seems to be following an every-other-year pattern.

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Nevada's famous pimp expected to win election despite death

Nevada's most famous pimp tried to bring the state's legal brothel industry into the mainstream by mingling with celebrities, showcasing his business on HBO and staging outlandish publicity stunts.

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Jubilant customers light up as pot sales begin in Canada

Jubilant customers stood in long lines for hours then lit up and celebrated on sidewalks Wednesday as Canada became the world's largest legal marijuana marketplace.

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Supreme Court moves right, but how far, how fast?

WASHINGTON (AP) — The moment conservatives have dreamed about for decades has arrived with Brett Kavanaugh joining the Supreme Court.

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10 Things to Know for Today | October 17, 2018

Your daily look at late-breaking news, upcoming events and the stories that will be talked about today

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Poll finds partisan divide in concerns for election security

With the midterm elections less than a month away, a strong majority of Americans are concerned the nation's voting systems might be vulnerable to hackers, according to a poll released Wednesday.

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Canada is ready to open the door wide to legal marijuana

Tom Clarke has been dealing marijuana illegally in Canada for 30 years. He wrote in his high school yearbook that his dream was to open a cafe in Amsterdam, the Dutch city where people have legally smoked weed in coffee shops since the 1970s.

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Sheriff: Missing Wisconsin teenager in danger, not a runaway

Police say a girl resembling a missing, endangered Wisconsin teen has been spotted at a gas station in Florida.

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10 Things to Know for Today | October 16, 2018

Your daily look at late-breaking news, upcoming events and the stories that will be talked about today

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Families search for the missing in hurricane’s aftermath

Joanne Garone Behnke has replayed every possible scenario in her mind a hundred times.

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Children of Islamic State group live under a stigma in Iraq

Thousands of children of Islamic State group members, many of them abandoned like Dawlat's family, are the innocent victims of the brutal rise and destructive fall of Daesh, the acronym by which IS is known.

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Episcopal Church confronts past role in sexual exploitation

The diocese is reaching out to abusers, as well as victims, inviting them to anonymously acknowledge misconduct and repent for it.

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Congress heads toward postelection fight over border wall

Congress is heading toward a postelection showdown over President Donald Trump’s wall along the U.S.-Mexico border, as GOP leaders signal they’re willing to engage in hardball tactics that could spark a partial government shutdown and the president revs up midterm crowds for the wall, a centerpiece of his 2016 campaign and a top White House priority.

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Forensics team searches Saudi Consulate over missing writer

Under the Vienna Convention, diplomatic posts are technically foreign soil that must be protected and respected by host countries.

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10 Things to Know for Today | October 15, 2018

Your daily look at late-breaking news, upcoming events and the stories that will be talked about today

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4 days after storm, large swath of Panhandle suffering

Crews with backhoes and other heavy equipment scooped up splintered boards, broken glass, chunks of asphalt and other debris in hurricane-flattened Mexico Beach on Sunday as the mayor held out hope for the 250 or so residents who may have tried to ride out the storm.

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Immigrants face hurdles to prove abuse by US agents

Within hours of being booked at a Border Patrol station in far West Texas, two teenage sisters from Guatemala came forward to allege that an agent conducted an improper strip search.

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As sea ice melts, some say walruses need better protection

Given a choice between giving birth on land or sea ice, Pacific walrus mothers most often choose ice.

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Home where witch trials victim John Proctor lived for sale

A house where a victim of the Salem witch trials once lived is on the market for $600,000 just in time for Halloween.

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Hurricane survivors wander debris, search for the missing

Tom Garcia watched in terror as fingers of water pushed inland across the beach and began filling up his home. His wife handed him a drill and Garcia used screws to pin his front and back door shut. But soon the storm surge from Hurricane Michael was up to his chest.

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Pope defrocks 2 Chilean bishops accused of sex abuse

Pope Francis on Saturday defrocked two more Chilean bishops accused of sexually abusing minors, and to show greater transparency about how he's responding to the church's global sex abuse crisis, he publicly explained why they were removed.

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