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  1. Get over it.
  2. President Trump's acting chief of staff Mick Mulvaney tells the media to "get over it" after admitting that the administration's arrangement with Ukraine was a quid pro quo.
  3. A version of this story first appeared in CNN's Impeachment Watch newsletter. To get it in your inbox, sign up for free here.
  4. President Donald Trump on Thursday compared the attack by the Turkish military on Syrian Kurds, onetime American allies in the fight against ISIS, to a schoolyard fight after praising a ceasefire agreed to earlier in the day.
  5. Former Director of National Intelligence James Clapper responds to President Trump's acting chief of staff Mick Mulvaney telling the media to "get over it" after admitting Ukraine discussions were a quid pro quo.
  6. Defending the indefensible has become a cottage industry for Republican lawmakers in the era of Trump.
  7. Sen. Mitt Romney (R-UT) delivers remarks from the Senate floor aimed at President Donald Trump following the announcement of a ceasefire in Syria, saying the announcement was "not a victory" and questioned the timing of the negotiations.
  8. When Vice President Mike Pence and Secretary of State Mike Pompeo shook hands on the tarmac at Joint Base Andrews Wednesday before boarding separate planes, the view inside the White House was grim.
  9. • Source: Trump is unhappy with Mulvaney • Press Conference: Mulvaney admits quid pro quo over Ukraine, then denies doing so • Watch: Baldwin reacts to Trump's victory claim • Reaction: Tapper has warning for Republicans
  10. • Analysis: Dems have a new 2020 front-runner
  11. Dutch police investigating a family that may have lived isolated on a farm for a decade said Thursday it's possible they were held there against their will -- and they're looking at whether "certain religion or philosophy" might have been involved.
  12. Mexican security forces engaged in a prolonged shootout with heavily armed suspected cartel members in Sinaloa state Thursday, in an operation that ensnared a son of imprisoned drug lord Joaquin "El Chapo" Guzman.
  13. Former Defense Secretary James Mattis makes light of President Trump calling him "the world's most overrated general" during his keynote address at the annual Al Smith dinner, a philanthropic event where roasts are tradition.
  14. China's growth dropped to its lowest level in nearly three decades, as the world's second largest economy continues to feel the pain from trade tensions with the United States.
  15. A recent storm uncovered wreckage from a wooden ship buried on a beach in North Carolina's Outer Banks.
  16. An emergency medical technician raced to assist a colleague who had a stroke on the job, but he fell unconscious before he could help.
  17. A plane carrying 42 people, including a high school swim team, went off an airport runway while trying to land Thursday in Alaska.
  18. An Alabama 3-year-old has been missing for nearly a week and -- though there have been moments of hope and anticipation -- no arrests have been made and there is still no sign of the toddler.
  19. Doctors and patients should beware if they're hoping to use steroid injections to relieve the pain associated with osteoarthritis.
  20. The New York City Council voted overwhelmingly to close Rikers Island jail Thursday and open four new borough-based facilities instead.
  21. Nancy Pelosi makes finger-wagging "meltdown" photo her own. Jeanne Moos reports the internet swoons.
  22. Should you eat before or after exercise in the morning? The debate has raged for years.
  23. It's 6 a.m. on a Monday morning, and Bangkok is just starting to wake up. Street food vendors begin to serve breakfast as the streets, and sidewalks fill with morning commuters.
  24. A farmer's fortunes bloom and wither with the seasons. It can be precarious work, and a bad year can leave fields barren and grain sheds empty -- slim pickings on which to survive until the next harvest.
  25. NASA's Hubble Space Telescope captured the first ever video of a confirmed interstellar comet.
  26. A man pleaded guilty to cocaine possession in Oklahoma -- only to withdraw his plea and have his case dismissed after it turned out to be powdered milk.
  27. You can't argue with science, right?
  28. It only took one special selfie for Jennifer Aniston's new Instagram to crash the app after millions of fans immediately followed her.
  29. Stephen Colbert has signed a new contract that keeps him as host of CBS' "The Late Show" through 2023, the network announced Thursday.
  30. From silent movie-era stars to the social media influencers of the 21st century, the public's desire to see inside private sanctuaries of the wealthy and famous has endured, even as celebrity culture has progressed from one phase to the next.
  31. Country singer Kacey Musgraves is under fire for styling a traditional Vietnamese garment in a way that many people found to be inappropriate for a concert in Dallas, Texas.
  32. A team of researchers stumbled upon a "whale fall," a carcass of a baleen whale, during a live-streamed deep-sea dive. Incredible video shows a wide variety of sea creatures feasting on it.
  33. Floyd the mastiff went for a hike with his owner up the Grandeur Peak trail near Salt Lake City on Sunday. But when it was time to come down, Floyd was too exhausted and just sat down.
  34. Take a look at 30 photos of the week from October 11 to October 17.
  35. Researchers have identified the elusive ancient "lost city" of Cambodia for the first time, according to a report published Tuesday.
  36. A sweet interaction caught on a Ring doorbell camera between Billy Shelby, a sanitation worker, and 88-year-old Opal Zucca went viral, showing just how far an act of kindness can go. CNN's Anderson Cooper reports. Watch "Full Circle" every weeknight at 5pm E.T.
  37. • Live updates: 'Everyone wanted to hear what Elijah has to say,' Pelosi says • Obama says Cummings stood tallest when our country needed him • Congressman Elijah Cummings' life, in photos
  38. One company wants to help farmers adapt to a world of rapidly declining bee populations.

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