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John McCain takes a barely veiled swipe at Trump's Vietnam-draft-deferring 'bone spurs'


President Trump may prefer war heroes who were not captured, as he infamously said of Sen. John McCain in 2015, but McCain apparently prefers presidents who did not avoid serving in Vietnam because of bone spurs — a condition Trump says kept him out of the war after his college deferments ran out.

Sexual harassment claims topple 2 Wall Street executives, hit Hollywood director, restaurateur


Fidelity Investments fired two high-level executives in the past few weeks amid sexual harassment complaints, The Wall Street Journal and The Washington Post reported Sunday, and the Los Angeles Times and New Orleans Times-Picayune published reports of serial sexual harassment against a Hollywood writer/director and a New Orleans celebrity restaurateur, respectively.

The Walking Dead's explosive season 8 premiere


Midway through "Mercy," the premiere episode of The Walking Dead's eighth season, the camera holds on an abandoned car, the kind of sedan that would've once ferried a family of four off for a fun day at the beach, that has been left to rust on a long stretch of highway.

Trump suggests 'the fact that health care is so difficult' somehow 'makes the taxes easier'


The first half of President Trump's two-part interview with Fox Business Network's Maria Bartiromo aired Sunday and saw the president suggesting the difficulty he has had in repealing and replacing ObamaCare will somehow make major tax law revisions happen more smoothly.

Tom Hanks calls Trump's condolence call 'one of the biggest cock-ups on the planet Earth'


Actor Tom Hanks weighed in Saturday night on President Trump's allegedly insensitive condolence call to the widow of U.S.

Abe coalition sweeps Japanese election, plans constitutional changes


Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe won a resounding victory in Sunday's snap election. His Liberal Democratic Party-led (LDP) coalition is set to retain its two-thirds super-majority in Japan's lower house of parliament, and Abe is likely to secure a record-setting third term next fall.

Bowr Bergdahl says coming home to America was as difficult as captivity


Army Sgt. Bowe Bergdahl, who pleaded guilty last week to desertion and misbehavior before the enemy for his decision to leave his base in Afghanistan in 2009, said in an exclusive interview published in Britain's Sunday Times that coming home to the United States was as difficult as his years spent as a prisoner of war in Taliban hands.

Bowe Bergdahl says coming home to America was as difficult as captivity


Army Sgt. Bowe Bergdahl, who pleaded guilty last week to desertion and misbehavior before the enemy for his decision to leave his base in Afghanistan in 2009, said in an exclusive interview published in Britain's Sunday Times that coming home to the United States was as difficult as his years spent as a prisoner of war in Taliban hands.

McConnell is prepared to schedule a vote on the Senate's bipartisan health-care bill with 60 supporters


Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-Ky.) said on CNN Sunday he is prepared to call a vote on the bipartisan health-care proposal negotiated by Sens.

Trump relitigates election, early presidency, media relations in weekend tweets


President Trump returned to familiar stomping grounds on Twitter Saturday afternoon and Sunday morning.

Fox renewed O'Reilly contract after $32 million harassment settlement


Fox News renewed host Bill O'Reilly's contract in January of 2016, promising him $25 million per year for four years, even after he settled a sexual harassment lawsuit for $32 million with the network's knowledge, The New York Times reported Saturday.

10 things you need to know today: October 22, 2017

1. All five living ex-presidents gathered in College Station, Texas, Saturday evening to appear at a concert raising money for the victims of Hurricanes Harvey, Irma, and Maria.

10 things you need to know today: October 22, 2017

1. All five living ex-presidents gathered in College Station, Texas, Saturday evening to appear at a concert raising money for the victims of Hurricanes Harvey, Irma, and Maria.

Jimmy Carter says he's available for negotiations in North Korea


Former President Jimmy Carter would be willing to travel to North Korea for negotiations to avoid nuclear catastrophe, he told The New York Times' Maureen Dowd in an article appearing in the paper's Sunday edition.

5 living ex-presidents reunite to help hurricane victims


All five living ex-presidents gathered in College Station, Texas, Saturday evening to appear at a concert raising money for the victims of Hurricanes Harvey, Irma, and Maria.

America, armed and dangerous


Would tighter gun control laws reduce America's unparalleled levels of gun violence? Here's everything you need to know: How severe is the problem?

Alice McDermott's 6 favorite books of poetry


The Collected Poems of W.B. Yeats (Scribner, $22). I love the value of big books of poetry, and for good reason: My parents literally weighed the paperbacks I was required to purchase for school.

5 great microwaves


1. LG LCS1112ST ($133) This midsize 1,000-watt countertop microwave is quick, quiet, and easy to use.

WHO under fire for making Zimbabwe's Robert Mugabe a goodwill ambassador


The World Health Organization (WHO) came under intense criticism Saturday for its decision to name Zimbabwe's President Robert Mugabe as the organization's newest goodwill ambassador.

Trump reportedly may suspend a program to reunite refugee families in the U.S.


President Trump is considering further revisions to refugee admission procedures, Reuters reported Friday evening, including a plan to suspend a program that allows refugees to settle with family members already living in the United States.


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