U.S. presidential debate organizers vowed to change the rules to rein in unruly behavior after President Trump repeatedly interrupted rival Joe Biden and the moderator in the candidates’ taunt-filled initial prime-time encounter.
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Proud Boys member, who pointed gun, arrested in Portland
A supporter of the right-wing Proud Boys group who was indicted for pointing a firearm and firing a paintball gun at anti-racism protesters in Portland, Oregon, was arrested early on Wednesday, according to a county prosecutor.
Pope denies audience with Pompeo; Vatican warns against playing politics over China
The Vatican said on Wednesday it had denied a request from Mike Pompeo for an audience with Pope Francis, and accused the Secretary of State of trying to drag the Catholic Church into the U.S. presidential election by denouncing its relations with China.
Global shares extend gains on U.S. stimulus, upbeat data
Global shares tried to extend gains on Thursday on renewed hopes for fresh U.S. stimulus measures, but mounting uncertainty ahead of America's presidential election and technical problems in Japan kept gains in check.
Hong Kong leader cheers return of stability as police on alert after banning protest
Hong Kong leader Carrie Lam cheered the city's "return to stability" during China national day celebrations on Thursday, as police vans dotted the route of a banned anti-government march by pro-democracy activists.
Man charged in ambush shooting of L.A. deputies condemned by Trump, Biden
A suspect already jailed on suspicion of carjacking was charged on Wednesday with opening fire on two Los Angeles County sheriff's deputies as they sat in a patrol car, an attack that was caught on videotape.
France and Turkey at odds as Karabakh fighting divides NATO allies
NATO allies France and Turkey traded angry recriminations on Wednesday as international tensions mounted over the fiercest clashes between Azerbaijan and ethnic Armenian forces since the mid-1990s.
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