News Headlines - 21 October 2017

President Trump plans to release classified JFK documents | FOX59

President Donald Trump says he doesn’t plan to block the scheduled release of thousands of never publicly seen government documents related to President John F. Kennedy’s assassination.

Steve Bannon delivers blistering attack on former President George W. Bush - CNNPolitics

Steve Bannon delivered a withering attack on George W. Bush Friday night, bluntly questioning the former President's intelligence and his grasp of the concepts that he outlined in a speech that he gave New York this week.

Japanese Company Sues Apple Over 'Animoji' Trademark | The Recorder

Susman Godfrey on Wednesday filed suit against Apple Inc. on behalf of a Japanese company that says the tech giant ripped off the trademark for “Animoji” when it announced a feature for the moving graphics at last month’s iPhone X launch.

Will Australia's 'miracle economy' keep on winning? - BBC News

The economy is growing by about 1.9% per year, according to the Reserve Bank. In 2012, that figure was 3.7%. Weaker growth means that pay packets are shrinking for many workers when adjusted for the rising cost of living, and near-record levels of underemployment are stifling wage increases.

Jose Mourinho: Man Utd attitude at Huddersfield was worse than a friendly - BBC Sport

United had kept seven clean sheets in their previous eight league games, but mistakes from Juan Mata and Victor Lindelof in the space of five first-half minutes were punished with goals by Aaron Mooy and Laurent Depoitre.
Despite almost 80% possession, United managed just three shots on target.








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