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Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez to endorse Bernie Sanders at rallyOcasio-Cortez served as an organizer for Sanders' 2016 campaign
Meet the man stopping America from going cashlessMany Americans are still reliant on cash and they have the support of an unlikely champion
Students demand school reinstate security guard fired over racial slurStudents protested after a black security guard was fired for repeating a racial slur. He says he used it in order to teach a student not to use it. WISC's Jamie Perez reports.
Climate change is coming for your CabernetHarvest season has just begun in Napa Valley, but the $160 billion wine industry could dry up if something isn't done
U.K. Parliament votes to delay Brexit deal in rare Saturday session"I will not negotiate a delay, nor does the law force me to," Boris Johnson said after the result of the vote was announced
Tropical Storm Nestor bears down on the Gulf CoastStorm surge and winds are lashing much of Florida's Gulf Coast
As Sotheby's celebrates 275 years, a look at its past and its futureFor centuries, Sotheby's has been at the crossroads of art and commerce, selling off countless works for record sums. As the venerable firm marks its 275th year, Roxana Saberi has a look at its past – and its present.
Saturday Sessions: Bon Iver performs "Salem"Influential indie-folk group Bon Iver performs to a sold-out crowd at Brooklyn's Barclays Center.
Parliament gathers to consider crucial Brexit voteAfter years of fierce debate members of British parliament are holding a rare Saturday meeting to consider a crucial vote on Brexit. The House of Commons is discussing whether to adopt the revised deal reached earlier this week between Prime Minister Boris Johnson and the European Union. Ian Lee reports.
University students break into U.S. ambassador's residence in SeoulThey used ladders to climb over the compound's wall
Saturday Sessions: Bon Iver performs "Blood Bank"Influential indie-folk group Bon Iver performs to a sold-out crowd at Brooklyn's Barclays Center.
Saturday Sessions: Bon Iver performs "iMi"Influential indie-folk group Bon Iver performs to a sold-out crowd at Brooklyn's Barclays Center.

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Teen fatally shot at East St. Louis housing complex identifiedA 17-year-old boy was shot and killed at an East St. Louis housing complex Friday morning.
Energy Department won't comply with impeachment subpoenaAssistant Secretary of Energy Melissa Burnison told the three committees involved in the House impeachment inquiry that the Energy Department is "unable to comply with your request for documents and communications at this time."
Chicago teachers' strike stretches into second day as negotiations continueSome 300,000 Chicago schoolchildren are out of class for the second day in a row Friday, as negotiations continue between the city and thousands of striking educators.
Precautionary boil advisory issued for over 3,000 St. Louis County residents liftedA precautionary boil advisory is impacting areas of St. Louis County Friday morning.
Atatiana Jefferson's father gets a restraining order to delay her funeral and burialThe burial of Atatiana Jefferson, who was fatally shot by a Fort Worth police officer, has been delayed after her father was granted a temporary restraining order, according to court records.
Chicago's top cop was drinking before officers found him asleep in his car, mayor saysChicago Police Superintendent Eddie Johnson had "a couple of drinks with dinner" before he was found asleep in his car, the mayor says.
Man shot in the chest near downtown St. Louis, police sayInvestigators are searching for clues after a man was shot in the chest overnight near downtown St. Louis.
Apple may launch high-end AirPods Pro later this monthOne of Apple's most popular products may soon be getting a high-end counterpart.
From Ferguson to Fort Worth, police reform moves in fits and startsLess than two weeks ago, S. Lee Merritt hailed the murder conviction of a former Dallas police officer who fatally shot her neighbor as a "huge victory" for "black people in America."
Dellwood woman sues North County Co-op officer, says he violated her First Amendment rightsA Dellwood woman is suing a North County Police Cooperative officer, alleging he violated her first amendment rights when he tried to stop her from recording an interaction at a gas station.
A school resource officer and a nurse saved a Florida student after his heart stopped(CNN) ---- M.J. Crumity was just an ordinary eighth-grade boy playing dodgeball in his gym class in Florida on October 1 when his pacemaker quit working. What happened next was extraordinary.
Trump outstripping Obama on pace of executive ordersWASHINGTON (AP) — It wasn't too long ago that Donald Trump derided presidential executive orders as "power grabs" and a "basic disaster."

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U.K. Parliament votes to delay Brexit deal in rare Saturday session"I will not negotiate a delay, nor does the law force me to," Boris Johnson said after the result of the vote was announced
Parliament gathers to consider crucial Brexit voteAfter years of fierce debate members of British parliament are holding a rare Saturday meeting to consider a crucial vote on Brexit. The House of Commons is discussing whether to adopt the revised deal reached earlier this week between Prime Minister Boris Johnson and the European Union. Ian Lee reports.
University students break into U.S. ambassador's residence in SeoulThey used ladders to climb over the compound's wall
Turkish and Kurdish forces clash despite ceasefireIn Syria, Kurdish forces are accusing Turkey of failing to abide by the terms of the U.S.-brokered ceasefire. Its leaders are calling on Vice President Mike Pence to take responsibility for its enforcement. It comes as Russian leaders reportedly huddled in Syria to discuss de-escalating tensions in the region. Holly Williams reports.
White House fights backlash over Syria withdrawal amid impeachment inquiryPresident Trump is urging Republicans to stick together and in his words from a tweet Friday night "fight." This comes as the White House tries to recover from an admission by the president's acting chief of staff this week that the U.S. did withhold $400 million in U.S. military aid to Ukraine. Weijia Jiang reports.
UK lawmakers to vote on whether to delay final decision on BrexitLawmakers gathered for their first Saturday sitting since the 1982 Falklands War