Longoria: Cannes going 'in the right direction' over gender parity

Longoria: Cannes going 'in the right direction' over gender parity

Walking the red carpet for the Women in Motion event at the Cannes Film Festival, Eva Longoria comments on gender parity at the event and addresses the concerns around French actor Alain Delon receiving an award.
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Trudeau apology: brownface unacceptable and racist

Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau' apologized following the publication of a yearbook photo showing him in brownface makeup at a 2001 costume party. Opposition leader Andrew Scheer called Trudeau "not fit to govern this country."
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Today in History for September 19th

Today in History for September 19th

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Jet's QB Darnold working way back to health

Sam Darnold is back at the New York Jets facility and is feeling healthier. Patience and caution are the two biggest parts of his game plan right now but the second-year quarterback is looking forward to when he can get back under center.
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Trump bars California from setting fuel standards

Trump bars California from setting fuel standards

President Donald Trump announced his administration is revoking California's authority to set auto mileage standards stricter than those issued by federal regulators, a move opposed by state leaders and environmental advocates.
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Trump administration looking at Los Angeles homeless

Trump administration looking at Los Angeles homeless

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Trump signs name on Mexico border wall

Trump signs name on Mexico border wall

President Donald Trump capped a three-day trip to the West by penning his signature in magic marker on the San Diego wall at the Mexico border. Trump calls it "an amazing project."
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Rihanna says all women deserve to feel sexy

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Man charged in four Detroit killings

Man charged in four Detroit killings

A man already charged in two sexual assaults has been charged with murder in the killings of four women whose bodies were found stashed in abandoned houses in Detroit.
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Analyst: DC/market pressure put Fed into corner

Analyst: DC/market pressure put Fed into corner

Stocks mostly rebounded at the close of trading after the Federal Reserve delivered an expected cut in interest rates. Some analysts see the rate cut as the Fed responding to pressures from the Trump administration and equity markets.
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Washington Monument reopens after 3-year closure

Washington Monument reopens after 3-year closure

After a three-year closure, the Washington Monument is reopening to the public on Thursday, and first lady Melania Trump is expected to attend the ribbon-cutting ceremony.
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AP Top Stories 18

AP Top Stories 18

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Trisha Yearwood’s new song is an anthem for girls

Trisha Yearwood’s new song is an anthem for girls

Trisha Yearwood said her new song, “Every Girl in this Town,” is a “female anthem without being a soapbox song.” Adding to her girl power theme, Yearwood found plenty of great songs from female writers for her new album.
Fed reduces rates but may not cut again this year

Fed reduces rates but may not cut again this year

A sharply divided Federal Reserve cut its benchmark interest rate Wednesday for a second time this year but declined to signal that further rate cuts are likely this year.
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Jon Pardi puts on his dancing shoes for new video

Jon Pardi puts on his dancing shoes for new video

Country singer Jon Pardi enlisted the help of his girlfriend Summer Duncan and put on his dancing shoes for his new music video, “Heartache Medication.”
CDC warns against buying some vaping products

CDC warns against buying some vaping products

The CDC is warning the public to stop buying e-cigarettes of the street or "further manipulate them in ways not intended by the manufacturer" as it investigates an outbreak of illness and death associated with vaping.
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CA vows to fight Trump's bar on fuel standards

CA vows to fight Trump's bar on fuel standards

California officials are pledging legal action Wednesday in response to the Trump administration's push to revoke the state's authority to set auto mileage standards.
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Swedish teenager Greta Thunberg took her fight for climate change to Capitol Hill for a second day, demanding lawmakers "take real action."
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AP Top Stories September 18

AP Top Stories September 18

Here's the latest for Wednesday September 18th: Israeli election deadlocked; US organizing countries to protest waters near Saudi Arabia; Tropical Storm Imelda brings heavy rain to Texas; Car crashes through lobby of Trump Plaza in New York.
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Israeli camps deadlocked after repeat election

Israeli camps deadlocked after repeat election

Israel's two main political parties are deadlocked after an unprecedented repeat election, with Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu facing an uphill battle to keep his job. AP correspondent Aron Heller reports from Jerusalem.
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On This Day 18 September 1970

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Carter: couldn't have managed presidency at 80

Carter: couldn't have managed presidency at 80

Weeks shy of his 95th birthday, former President Jimmy Carter said Tuesday he doesn't believe he could have managed being President at 80 years old. He also said he will vote for one of the Democrats, but he hasn't decided which one.