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Trump arrived fresh off midterm elections where his party lost control of the House of Representatives even as he kept control of the Senate. A Twitter storm over his failure on Saturday to attend a commemoration service of Marines who died a century ago on the battlefields of France is unlikely to affect him domestically, with his backers and opponents already well entrenched. The weekend exposed tensions with U.S. allies in Europe over Trump’s decision to pull out of the 1987 Intermediate-range Nuclear Forces Treaty with Russia, which has kept the continent free of theater-range nuclear missiles for more than 30 years.Style Cosmo
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The 38-year-old reality star wore a completely see-through body-hugging dress to the 2018 People's Choice Awards. See it here.entertainment Complex
With the California wildfires still raging on, the situation has worsened considerably with the death toll rising to 31 while more than 200 are missing.Finance CNBC
With the GOP soon to cede control of the House of Representatives, the fuel economy rollback, as well as the Trump administration's trade war, are among the many things likely to come under a Democratic spotlight. But the real question is what, if anything, that party will be able to accomplish when they regain some amount of control in Washington.Style hello!
As the Royal Family marked Remembrance Day with a trio of somber events over the weekend (Nov. 10 and 11), many wondered about the Queen and Duchess Kate's sartorial tributes to fallen soldiers. The Queen wore a quintet of poppies to the Festival of Remembrance. While attending the Festival of Remembrance on Saturday, the Queen wore a glittering black dress with a grey shawl draped over her shoulders and five poppies pinned to her left shoulder with a beautiful diamond and pearl brooch.News Reuters
Khashoggi, a critic of Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman, was killed at the kingdom's Istanbul consulate by a team sent from Riyadh. Turkish President Tayyip Erdogan said over the weekend that audio recordings of the killing had been given to the U.S., French, German and British governments. When asked on a visit to Paris whether Canadian intelligence had heard the Turkish recordings, Trudeau said: "Yes", although he added that had not heard them personally.