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Here's the weekend edition for Saturday, October 19th, 2019.

UK Brexit showdown: All the latest updates

UK parliament to decide on Prime Minister Boris Johnson's newly-brokered Brexit deal with the European Union.

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Federal election 2019: A library of The Globe’s leader profiles of Trudeau, Scheer, Singh and May

During the campaign, Globe journalists took in-depth looks at the political lives of the Liberal, Conservative, NDP and Green leaders. Here are the highlights, and other stories you’ll need to get cau...

Violence rocks Barcelona for a fifth day after half a million separatists rally

Violent clashes escalated in Barcelona late Friday, as radical Catalan separatists hurled rocks and fireworks at police, who responded with teargas and rubber bullets, turning the city centre into a c...

Giuliani pressed State Department, White House to grant visa to former Ukrainian official

But the application from former prosecutor Viktor Shokin was denied over corruption accusations, officials say.

Weekend ReadingLong reads and features from the past week.


What about Alberta? In the federal election, the province’s economic woes fail to break through

Albertans have been grappling with hard questions about their traditional industries, the environment and their place in Confederation – but parties have largely written off the province in this elect...

Reconciliation’s reckoning: For Indigenous people in Northern Ontario, election season brings disenchantment and defiance

In 2015, Indigenous voters helped propel Justin Trudeau’s Liberals to power. Now, some feel his promises of a nation-to-nation relationship haven’t been fulfilled – and they’re going to say so at the ...

From dementia to medically assisted death: A Canadian woman’s journey, and the dilemma of the doctors who helped

To give Alzheimer’s patient Mary Wilson the death she sought, her physicians had to make a tough decision in a short time – and risked going to prison if they got it wrong. Now they’ve been cleared of...

‘I don’t think they know we exist’

In a small Alabama town, a quest to be recognized in one of America’s most powerless places.

Beyond the HeadlinesImportant stories from below the fold.


Beyond the HeadlinesImportant stories from below the fold.

State Dept. Inquiry Into Clinton Emails Finds No Deliberate Mishandling of Classified Information

The report appears to bookend a controversy that dogged Ms. Clinton’s 2016 presidential campaign.

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Violence erupts after pro-Catalan general strike in Barcelona

Protesters set fire to bins and chant ‘The streets will always be ours’ in fifth night of rioting

Canada's Justin Trudeau in tough re-election bid

In this special edition we focus on Canada ahead of the election there. Canadians will head to the polls on October 21 and Prime Minister Justin Trudeau is fighting to keep the country's top job. Acco...

Seoul police up security after rally at US envoy residence

South Korean police said Saturday they beefed up security at the U.S. ambassador's residence in Seoul after a group of anti-American students used ladders to break into...

Science and TechnologyBehind the scenes of our daily lives.


Science and TechnologyBehind the scenes of our daily lives.

AOC and Ted Cruz call out Apple for dropping Hong Kong app in joint letter

In two letters, a bipartisan group of lawmakers sharply criticized Apple and Blizzard over their recent censorship actions in China.

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Motorola may add flashy Moto E6 Play to its budget lineup, according to leaked renders

Motorola’s Moto E6 line is all about compromises for the sake of affordability. As a budget Android handset, you’re sacrificing high-end features, build quality, and oftentimes aesthetics for somethin...

Salesforce CEO hates Section 230, but his lawyers sure don’t

Salesforce CEO Marc Benioff wants to abolish Section 230 of the Communications Decency Act. But there’s one problem: Salesforce lawyers are using Section 230 as a defense in not one, but seven lawsuit...

Living With Yourself review: Netflix fuses sitcom humor with high-tech anxiety

In Timothy Greenberg’s new Netflix series, Paul Rudd stars opposite Paul Rudd, his much better clone. The series launches on October 18th.

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Why is Bauhaus such a big deal in design?

From Weimar to Tel Aviv, visit the monuments to this century-old revolution.

BusinessMoving finance and global economics today.


BusinessMoving finance and global economics today.

Trump hopes U.S.-China trade deal will be signed by middle of November

U.S. President Donald Trump on Friday said he thinks a trade deal between the United States and China will be signed by the time the Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation meetings take place in Chile on N...

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Opioid settlement talks fail, landmark trial expected Monday

A landmark trial over the U.S. opioid epidemic is on track to begin on Monday after drug companies and local governments failed to agree on a settlement on Friday that had been expected to be valued a...

Mnuchin backs proposal to double IMF's crisis fund

U.S. Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin on Friday said he welcomes a proposal to double the size of the International Monetary Fund's $250 billion crisis lending fund as part of a deal to maintain over...

Has the wind been taken from the sails of Europe's renewable future?

Europe is a world leading region for wind energy. Yet there are storm clouds on the horizon for the renewable sector, with opposition growing across the continent, despite ongoing growth in some count...

SportsHeadlines from international leagues and competitions.

SportsHeadlines from international leagues and competitions.

Rugby World Cup: New Zealand v Ireland - radio & text

Ireland must beat the All Blacks in Tokyo to reach the World Cup semi-finals for the first time - follow live text and radio coverage.

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Irving addresses China issues, Silver meeting

Kyrie Irving spoke for the first time Friday night about the Nets' tense trip to China.

Hardy's UFC win overturned due to inhaler use

Greg Hardy's unanimous decision win against Ben Sosoli on Friday night was overturned to a no-contest by the Massachusetts State Athletic Commission due to Hardy's unapproved use of an inhaler.

Reports: MLB proposes overhaul of minor leagues

Major League Baseball is looking to make some major changes, according to reports, that would overhaul all levels of the minor leagues -- especially at low Class A and below -- while also moving and s...

EntertainmentNews from the world of music, TV and cinema.


EntertainmentNews from the world of music, TV and cinema.

John Cho injures knee on set of Cowboy Bebop, shutting down production for 7-9 months

John Cho has been injured on the set of Netflix's 'Cowboy Bebop' live-action series, requiring surgery and several months of recovery.

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Sean ''Diddy'' Combs and Lori Harvey's Romance Fizzles Out After 3 Months

Sean "Diddy" Combs and Lori Harvey have gone their separate ways. A source close to the hip-hop mogul tells E! News exclusively that he's openly described himself as...

Jeffree Star and Shane Dawson Gear Up for Showdown Against James Charles Over Makeup Launch

Jeffree Star and Shane Dawson are truly shaking up the makeup industry. Not only are they revealing the formerly private and shocking process of launching a makeup line, but they're...

BTS Team Up With Lauv To Send A Meaningful Message To Their ARMY

"Make It Right" is a meaningful reminder that ARMY will always be there to fight alongside them — and, in return, they'll help their fans slay their monsters, too