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Sunday 19th of November 2017
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Mel Tillis, the affable longtime country star who wrote hits for Kenny Rogers, Ricky Skaggs and many others and overcame a stutter to sing on dozens of his own singles, has died
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Billboard
By: Associated Press

Mel Tillis, the longtime country star who wrote hits for Kenny Rogers, Ricky Skaggs and many others, and overcame a stutter to sing on dozens of his...

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The New York Times
By: JAMES BARRON
A professor says that the 18th-century French satirist lied about his date of birth not to hide a scandal, but to create one.
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Sen. Susan Collins also said she hopes Alabama doesn't elect Roy Moore.
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By criticizing Senator Al Franken for inappropriate behavior, President Trump has reignited the debate around his own alleged misconduct.

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The New York Times
By: ELIZABETH WILLIAMSON
The president won’t meet this year’s American laureates, no surprise for “a very intelligent person” with no need for science.
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The New York Times
By: WADZANAI MHUTE
A young woman who grew up in Zimbabwe now sits thousands of miles away, glued to Twitter. “We have yet to see what this new day brings, but we are ready for change,” she says.
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Trump "thinks it's best for the people of Alabama" to decide on Moore, aide said
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The New York Times
By: DAVE ITZKOFF

“S.N.L.,” where Senator Al Franken became famous as a comedy writer and performer, used its “Weekend Update” segment to criticize him over recent allegations of sexual misconduct.

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Fortune
By: David Z. Morris

Jeff Flake has criticized Trump before – but not this directly.

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The New York Times
By: NADA HOMSI and ANNE...

An accord that tried to curb attacks in rebel-held areas has been touted as a crucial step in ending the long civil war. But increasingly, that deal is failing.

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Billboard
By: Michael Saponara

Gearing up to release his ninth studio album, Eminem returns to Saturday Night Live Nov. 18 as a musical guest on the Chance The Rapper-hosted...

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The New York Times
By: PATRICK McGEE

Mohamed Rafiq, a Rohingya Muslim, nearly died trying to flee aboard a ferryboat in search of work. Eight years later, he resettled in Dallas and reunited with his family.

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The New York Times
By: MICHAEL BARBARO

Starting next year, girls can decide whether to become a Girl Scout or a Boy Scout. But a handful of girls — kind of secretly — have already made that decision.

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Billboard
By: Lyndsey Havens

Chance the Rapper is no stranger to Saturday Night Live -- he's performed on the show more than once. But on Saturday (Nov. 18), Chano...

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Billboard
By: Lyndsey Havens

Ahead of a rumored upcoming LP titled Revival, Eminem was enlisted as Saturday Night Live's musical guest on Nov. 18. Rather than performing two...

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The New York Times
By: LOUIS LUCERO II and...

Here’s what you need to know about the week’s top stories.

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The New York Times
By: JEFFREY MOYO

The embattled president was also set to meet with the military commander who placed him under house arrest to negotiate his departure.

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Fortune
By: Reuters

Zimbabwe's ruling party fired Mugabe as its leader.

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Men need to speak out against other men who disrespect women, Fiorina said.
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Organizers of an international yacht race say a British sailor has died after he was swept overboard in rough seas
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Prominent neurologist already charged with groping patients faces growing accusations he assaulted women in 3 states
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The U.S. Secret Service says an individual has been taken into custody after attempting to jump a security barrier on the Pennsylvania Avenue side of the White House
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Moroccan state TV channel 2M reports at least 15 people have died and 5 others have been injured in a stampede for food aid in a southern village
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Roy Moore's staunchest supporters say they won't quit him in the Alabama Senate rate because he never quit them
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The New York Times
By: AODHAN BEIRNE
We asked Zimbabweans and people who used to live there about life during President Robert G. Mugabe’s tenure, and what they hope will change.
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It is a full-fledged museum dedicated to the "Book of Books" in D.C.
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It's hard to overstate how thoroughly the U.S. military has prepared for doomsday _ the day nuclear bombs zero in on America _ but some worry about the potential for deadlocked decision-making in an actual nuclear crisis
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Zimbabwe ruling party: Mugabe must resign as president by noon Monday or impeachment to start
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The New York Times
By: LOUIS LUCERO II and...

Here’s what you need to know about the week’s top stories.

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The New York Times
By: JEFFREY MOYO

The embattled president was also set to meet with the military commander who placed him under house arrest to negotiate his departure.

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Fortune
By: David Z. Morris

Jeff Flake has criticized Trump before – but not this directly.

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Fortune
By: Reuters

Zimbabwe's ruling party fired Mugabe as its leader.

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The Latest: Zimbabwe ruling party meets on demands to expel Mugabe as party leader

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Thousands of Zimbabweans marched through the capital on Saturday demanding that President Robert Mugabe step down, days after the military placed him under house arrest.

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The New York Times
By: JEFFREY MOYO

Tens of thousands of people marched alongside soldiers on tanks and called for President Robert Mugabe to step down after a military takeover.

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Take a step into an old missile silo that has been converted into expensive bunkers for wealthy survivalists.
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The New York Times
By: KEVIN DRAPER
The process of determining which N.F.L. games will be shown in which TV markets can be simple — unless there’s flexing, cross flexing, prime flexing, mandatory pullouts...
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When James Regatuso took Kayleigh Fahey to their favorite park, Letchworth State Park in Castile, New York, on Nov. 12 she had no idea a photo would turn into a proposal.
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Wind chills will dip under freezing as you head to work on Monday.
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The New York Times
By: JOANNA KLEIN
Subspecies of the flowers share most of their genes, but differ in a handful that lead to some being yellow on magenta and others being magenta on yellow.
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The New York Times
By: TIFFANY HSU
Department stores and other retailers struggling to beat back e-commerce are taking cues from online start-ups by experimenting with small showrooms.
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The New York Times
By: PAULINA VILLEGAS and...
An enormous new airport outside Mexico’s capital will be a “global reference” for sustainability, the government vows. Others worry environmental errors of the past are being repeated.
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The New York Times
By: MARTIN FACKLER
The government and Tepco officials designed radiation-hardened machines to search for the fuel that escaped the plant’s ruined reactors.
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The New York Times
By: RUTH LA FERLA
A filmmaker documents her grandmother’s journey as a Holocaust survivor.
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The New York Times
By: LUCAS PETERSON
Ethiopia is one of the more exciting places to visit in the world right now: An attractive mix of ancient tradition and rapid modernization.
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The New York Times
By: MAUREEN DOWD
“If we’re going to live to 150 years, the reality that you’re going to be with one person for 100 years is low,” Anne Wojcicki says.
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The New York Times
By: LOIS SMITH BRADY
She was a divorced single parent of an adopted child. So was he. The two found each other through an online dating site.
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Police on the southern Japanese island of Okinawa are investigating a fatal traffic accident that occurred when a truck driven by a U.S. Marine collided with a small truck at an intersection, killing the Japanese driver of the other vehicle
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Pageant queen Addison Hutchinson is being called a hero for her quick thinking and poise during the medical emergency.
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Trader Joe's says it has recalled several packaged salads after a supplier said there may be shards of glass or hard plastic inside
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The New York Times
By: RONI CARYN RABIN
Natural coloring agents made from plants or insects are more likely to trigger a reaction.
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There are 44 crew members aboard the missing sub.
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The New York Times
By: DANIEL POLITI

Argentine officials signaled growing concern as they welcomed all international help to join the search for 44 crew members.

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The New York Times
By: JENNIFER STEINHAUER
Ms. Gillibrand spoke with Jennifer Steinhauer about her legislation to reform policies on sexual harassment on Capitol Hill, power dynamics, President Bill Clinton and more.
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The New York Times
By: REUTERS
After more than 30 years leading the nationalist party, the divisive politician says he will pass the baton next year.
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The New York Times
By: MATT STEVENS
The recalled minivans, which include model years 2011 to 2017, have second-row seats that may tip forward if they aren’t properly latched, the company said.
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Honda is recalling about 800,000 of its Odyssey minivans in the United States because the second-row seats may tip forward if not properly latched

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Fortune
By: Mahita Gajanan

The second-row seats can tip forward if not properly secured

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The New York Times
By: PAUL SULLIVAN
The House bill may seem like a tax cut for small businesses, but it is not likely to bring much relief to many business owners.
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The New York Times
By: JIM TANKERSLEY

Senator Ron Johnson of Wisconsin, a small-business owner, says the measure would give an unfair advantage to larger corporations.

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The New York Times
By: KELLY VIRELLA
When our travel editor, Monica Drake, said she wanted the new writer-at-large to be someone who had it all, the internet responded.
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The New York Times
By: GUY TREBAY
Once sold in seedy bookstores, sex toys are now a chic, “Made in America” business, instilling customers with brand loyalty.
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Says order to launch nukes can be refused if it is determined to be illegal.
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The New York Times
By: ANTHONY DOERR
25 years ago scientists raised the threat of climate change. Did I act immediately and decisively? Um, I did not.
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The New York Times
By: DAVID LEONHARDT
There is no easy fix for Republican leaders now, whether their bill passes or fails.
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The New York Times
By: THE EDITORIAL BOARD
Rex Tillerson, ill suited as secretary of state, is dismantling his department to fit his limited ambitions.
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The New York Times
By: MAUREEN DOWD
Until now, our sexual predation seminars have been hijacked by politics. But this time may be different.
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The New York Times
By: NICHOLAS KRISTOF
Conservatives stray from many moral codes while liberals follow them, research shows.
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The New York Times
By: DAVID SAX
But real books, records and brick and mortar stores will take us back with open arms.
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The New York Times
By: JENNINE CAPÓ CRUCET
My classmates practically booked their flights home during the first week of class. I’d never even heard of green been casserole.