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Texts show manager firing student who asked off for funeral

Texts show manager firing student who asked off for funeralEWING, N.J. (AP) — A text exchange shows a New Jersey restaurant manager firing an employee after she asked for time off to attend a friend's funeral.



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Documents Show Facebook Shared Users’ Data With Large Companies

Documents Show Facebook Shared Users’ Data With Large CompaniesDocuments released by the British Parliament revealed Facebook shared users’ data – without users knowledge – to companies such as Lyft, Netflix, Badoo, and AirBnB, according to the Digital, Culture, Media and Sport Committee of the British Parliament. Other whitelisted companies discussed in the emails and related documents include Tinder and the Royal Bank of Canada. The 250 pages of documents made public include summations, emails, and memos from specific businesses and Facebook staff discussing access to users’ data through apps.



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The 14 Hottest New Vehicles at the 2018 Los Angeles Auto Show

The 14 Hottest New Vehicles at the 2018 Los Angeles Auto Show



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Photos Show Anchorage, Alaska, After Back-To-Back Earthquakes

Photos Show Anchorage, Alaska, After Back-To-Back EarthquakesThe earthquake and aftershock that rocked Anchorage, Alaska, on Friday morning



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Every Must-See Debut from the 2018 L.A. Auto Show

Every Must-See Debut from the 2018 L.A. Auto Show



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Egypt puts on show of support for Saudi crown prince

Egypt puts on show of support for Saudi crown princeCAIRO (AP) — Egypt on Tuesday put on a show of support for Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman, doing its part as an ally and recipient of Riyadh's largesse to help the young royal weather the international outrage he faces over the killing and dismembering of Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi.



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Hundreds show up at charity game to help Thousand Oaks shooting victims' families

Hundreds show up at charity game to help Thousand Oaks shooting victims' familiesHundreds of people took to the ball fields at Santa Susana Park in Simi Valley to show their support for the victims of the mass shooting at the Borderline Bar & Grill in Thousand Oaks.



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Before and after photos show the devastation of the California wildfires

Before and after photos show the devastation of the California wildfiresAs wildfires continue to rage across California, a set of before and after photos brings into focus the utter devastation wrought by the blazes, particularly in the northern California town of Paradise Pines which has essentially been incinerated by the fires. As of Thursday morning, the Camp Fire has burned over 140,000 acres and is still raging at only 40 percent contained after sparking to life a week ago. The Before image of Camp FireImage: Satellite image © 2018 DigitalGlobe, a Maxar company Paradise Pines, CA, engulfed in flamesImage: Satellite image © 2018 DigitalGlobe, a Maxar company Investigators are still searching for a cause of the fire. Once the fire exploded, it was fueled by already unusually parched timber and grasses and driven quickly, burning 70,000 acres in is first 24 hours, by excessive winds. The fire is California's deadliest ever with 59 reported deaths as of Thursday morning and more than 100 people still reported missing. Meanwhile, in Southern California, the Woolsey Fire was 57 percent contained as of Thursday morning as it had burned just shy of 100,000 acres. The other notable recent blaze, the Hill Fire, was 97 percent contained, some rare good news in a horrible week for the state. 
UPDATE: Nov. 15, 2018, 12:53 p.m. EST Updated label on photos and corrected town identified as Paradise, CA to Paradise Pines, CA WATCH: San Bernadino Fires



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X-ray images show tools Khashoggi killers brought to Istanbul, Turkish paper claims

X-ray images show tools Khashoggi killers brought to Istanbul, Turkish paper claimsThe 15-strong Saudi kill team responsible for the murder of columnist Jamal Khashoggi carried luggage containing scissors, syringes and a stun gun, a pro-government Turkish paper has claimed. Sabah, a daily newspaper headquartered in Istanbul, published images on Tuesday purported to be airport X-ray scans of the team's bags as they left Istanbul for Riyadh on October 2, the day of Mr Khashoggi’s murder.  A number of tools and pieces of equipment can be seen, including walkie-talkies, a signal jammer and a pair of scissors.  The bags were loaded onto two private jets but police were not able to open them due to diplomatic immunity, according to the report. The paper, which is close to Turkish president Recep Tayyip Erdogan’s ruling Justice and Development Party (AKP), is one of a number of outlets that has published a steady stream of leaks providing lurid details of Khashoggi’s death, a tactic seemingly designed to keep pressure on Riyadh and its allies. How the disappearance of Jamal Khashoggi unfolded Mr Khashoggi, a regular contributor to the Washington Post, was killed in the kingdom’s Istanbul consulate while attempting to secure paperwork that would allow him to remarry.  According to Istanbul’s chief prosecutor, he was strangled and his body dismembered soon after entering the building.  Saudi officials initially denied all involvement but in the face of mounting international outrage admitted that the columnist had been killed as part of a “rogue” operation. The X-ray images were published as the New York Times reported that in an audio recording of the killing, one of the team responsible can be heard instructing a superior to "tell your boss" after the murder takes place, a suspected reference to Mohammed bin Salman, the Saudi crown prince.  Khashoggi was once close to the royal family but went into self-imposed exile last year and had since been critical of the Crown Prince in his writing. Mr Erdogan described the tape as a “calamity” this week and said it shocked even a Saudi intelligence officer who listened to it, according to local media. The Turkish president added that orders for the killing came from the highest levels of the kingdom.



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Artist's Portraits Show Migrant Caravan's Hope, Joy: 'These Are Regular People'

Artist's Portraits Show Migrant Caravan's Hope, Joy: 'These Are Regular People'A third-generation Mexican-American artist hopes to show fellow Americans a



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