In historic break, Britain plunges into Brexit with hard negotiations still to come – Washington Post

LONDON — The end came not with a bang but a letter.  Over six crisp and unsentimental pages, Britain said goodbye to the European Union on Wednesday, spelling out its hopes, ­wishes, threats and demands for divorce talks that will strain ­alliances, roil ­economies and consume attention across the continent over the next two years.  […]

The internet lit up over Cristiano Ronaldo’s new statue – SFGate

The internet lit up over Cristiano Ronaldo’s new statue – SFGate

Senators vow cooperation on Russia amid House furor – The Hill

The leaders of the Senate Intelligence Committee on Wednesday sought to distance their investigation of Russia’s interference in the election from the partisan brawl that is consuming the House. While House Intelligence Committee members say their probe has ground to a halt, Sens. Richard BurrRichard BurrOvernight Cybersecurity: Senators tout progress on Russia probe | Trump […]

Hillary Clinton’s back in the spotlight, but decidedly not on the campaign trail – CNN

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Suspended Fox News expert returns — and doubles down on baseless wiretapping claims – Washington Post

Nearly two weeks ago, Fox News legal analyst Andrew Napolitano was reportedly pulled from the air for making baseless claims that British intelligence officials spied on Donald Trump in 2016 at the request of then-President Barack Obama. On Wednesday morning, Napolitano returned to the network, making an appearance on “Fox & Friends.” His first order of business? Doubling […]

Panic spreads in Iraq, Syria as record numbers of civilians are reported killed in US strikes – Washington Post

MOSUL, Iraq — A sharp rise in the number of civilians reported killed in U.S.-led airstrikes in Iraq and Syria is spreading panic, deepening mistrust and triggering accusations that the United States and its partners may be acting without sufficient regard for lives of noncombatants. The increase comes as local ground forces backed by air […]

Devin Nunes Says He Will Continue to Lead Russia Inquiry – New York Times

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Brexit: What do businesses want from Article 50 talks? – BBC News

Prime Minister Theresa May is set to trigger Article 50 later, formally starting the process of the UK leaving the European Union. The next two years of negotiations will have far-reaching implications for British businesses and their staff. The three main areas companies will be watching in the Brexit talks are: migration, customs, and tariffs. […]

Cyclone Debbie’s full wrath is revealed in Australia – Fox News

Authorities are trying to get drinking water and food to areas devastated by Cyclone Debbie, as residents are told to expect more heavy rain and power shortages for days. More than 63,000 homes are without power, including in Mackay, Sarina, Airlie Beach and Proserpine. Queensland Premier Annastacia Palaszczuk said there was a lot […]

Scotland Votes to Demand a Post-‘Brexit’ Independence Referendum – New York Times

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