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  1. Maryland authorities are responding to a shooting in Harford County involving multiple victims, the Harford County Sheriff's office tweeted Thursday morning.
  2. As the nation awaits the resolution of another woman confronting another Supreme Court nominee with sexual allegations from the past, another similarity has emerged: the credibility of the Senate vetting process may be shot.
  3. White House aides who steeled themselves for what President Donald Trump would say when he finally addressed the sexual assault allegation against his Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh were quietly stunned when Trump said the process should be followed and the accuser should be heard.
  4. CNN's Anderson Cooper explains the back and forth between Republicans on the Senate Judiciary Committee and the woman accusing Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh. Kavanaugh denies the allegations.
  5. President Donald Trump's attorney Jay Sekulow claims without presenting proof that NBC edited the President's May 2017 interview in which he spoke about his decision to fire former FBI Director James Comey.
  6. On Tuesday night, the attorney for Christine Blasey Ford, one day after offering to have her client testify before the Senate Judiciary Committee, pulled back the offer and made a demand --the FBI must investigate before her client will testify.
  7. Juli Briskman, who was fired from her job after flipping off President Trump's motorcade, is now running for a seat on the Loudoun County Board of Supervisors in Virginia.
  8. Prosecutors say at least six more possible victims have come forward in the rape case against Grant William Robicheaux, who charmed TV audiences by lamenting how hard it was for a busy surgeon like him to meet the right woman.
  9. A Jet Airways flight from Mumbai to Jaipur was forced to turn back Thursday after around 30 passengers complained of nose and ear bleeds due to low pressure in the cabin.
  10. A student pilot is in custody after he allegedly hopped a security fence early Thursday at Florida's Orlando Melbourne International Airport and boarded a passenger jet that was undergoing maintenance, an airport spokeswoman said.
  11. Cargill Meat Solutions issued a recall of 32,606 pounds of ground meat due to a deadly e. coli outbreak, the US Department of Agriculture said Wednesday.
  12. The governor of Puerto Rico said Thursday there is no doubt that there were nearly 3,000 deaths as a result of Hurricane Maria, disputing President Donald Trump's assertion that the figure was artificially inflated.
  13. Spanish Foreign Minister Josep Borrell claims that US President Donald Trump suggested Spain should build a wall across the Sahara desert to deal with the issue of migration from Africa.
  14. Scientists tracked great white shark migration to a remote area of the Pacific Ocean they're calling the "White Shark Café."
  15. A Pennsylvania man is on the run after he allegedly shot at his ex-wife after their divorce was finalized, then went to a retirement community and killed his parents, authorities said.
  16. It hasn't even been officially announced, but that hasn't stopped the "Misery" over Maroon 5 possibly headlining the Super Bowl LIII halftime show in music-rich Atlanta.
  17. Jennifer Garner posted a video on Instagram of her taking advice from Reese Witherspoon's new book, "Whiskey in a Teacup."
  18. Two South Carolina inmates drowned in a prison transport van when floodwater from the aftermath of Hurricane Florence overtook the vehicle, according to the Horry County Sheriff's Office.
  19. Card magician Shin Lim, 26, has been named as the winner of "America's Got Talent" season 13, walking away with a $1 million prize and his own show in Las Vegas.
  20. Nordstrom is selling a new pair of sneakers featuring taped toes and dingy stains. These pre-distressed shoes have people asking, "Why the high price?"
  21. At least 57 Detroit public schools have tested positive so far for high levels of copper, lead or both in drinking water.
  22. On September 14 the Texas State Board of Education made a series of key votes that could transform the way students learn to understand the world around them -- and themselves. Texas wants to remove some content from the social studies curriculum, said board chairperson Donna Bahorich, so that teachers can delve more deeply into certain topics.
  23. Amazon has doubled in market value in just a year and now joins Apple in the elite ranks of companies worth $1 trillion.
  24. A year ago, Hurricane Maria tore into Puerto Rico, obliterating power grids, decimating farms, flattening homes and wrecking the local economy.
  25. During an interview on the one-year anniversary of Hurricane Maria, Puerto Rico Gov. Ricardo Rossello says that Puerto Ricans are treated like second-class citizens.
  26. One year after Hurricane Maria battered Puerto Rico, the island still struggles to recover.
  27. Her son cried out for help via text message on the morning of October 17, a month after Hurricane Maria wrecked this Caribbean island.
  28. The phone call came as a shock. Your aunt can't transfer into memory care; we have to discharge her from this facility, a nurse told Jeff Regan. You have 30 days to move her out.
  29. Canadian firefighters lost control of their hose while attempting to put out a fiery twister.

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