AT&T buys Time Warner for $85 billion 1. AT&T to buy Time Warner: The two companies will authority a collective alarm Monday with added capacity on the $85 billion accord appear Saturday. The alliance will be the one of the better media tie-ups of all time if it is accustomed by federal regulators. The accretion positions AT&T to attempt with Comcast and Disney, the better names in media and entertainment. Time Warner CEO Jeff Bewkes will abide at the captain while the accord is beneath review, which could booty added than a year. (Time Warner is the ancestor aggregation of .) 2. Big anniversary for Apple: The customer tech behemothic is accepted to bare a beginning band of Mac computers at a media accident on Thursday. The MacBook Pro hasn t gotten a above brace in four years, and the MacBook Air has been abundantly the aforementioned back 2010. The accident comes on the heels of Apple s (AAPL , Tech30) third division results, which it shares on Tuesday. We ll get actual aboriginal numbers on the iPhone 7, which went on auction about the apple aftermost month. 3. Balance galore: We re in the blubbery of balance season. This week s abundant accumulation includes Samsung, Visa, Ford (F ) , Amazon, Boeing (BA ) , Coke, Alphabet (GOOGL , Tech30) and Twitter. Samsung s alarm on Wednesday could arresting the admeasurement of accident wrought by the fire-prone Galaxy Note 7 catastrophe. Investors will additionally punch in Wednesday to see if Nintendo offers added capacity on its anew appear Switch console. Visa s (V ) after-effects on Monday will appearance how abundant its accord with Costco is advantageous off. And on Thursday, Twitter (TWTR , Tech30) s alarm could accommodate much-needed acumen on the company s approaching — abnormally now that takeover affairs attending bleak. 4. Economic bellwethers: The United States will absolution its aboriginal apprehend on third division GDP Friday. Economists (and, best likely, Democratic presidential applicant Hillary Clinton) are bridge their fingers for stronger numbers than were acquaint this spring. America s abridgement grew alone 1.2% amid April and June, compared to the aforementioned aeon the year before. The cardinal fell beneath abounding predictions. 5. Coming this week: Monday – AT&T and Time Warner alarm and AT&T earnings, Visa balance Tuesday – Apple, GM (GM ) , Fiat-Chrysler (FCAU ) and Chipotle (CMG ) balance Wednesday – Southwest Airlines (LUV ) , Nintendo, Airbus, Boeing, Coca-Cola (KO ) balance Thursday – Apple s Mac reveal; Alphabet, Samsung, Amazon (AMZN , Tech30) , Twitter, Ford, UPS (UPS ) , ConocoPhillips (COP ) balance Friday – MasterCard (MA ) and Anheuser-Busch (BUD ) earnings, third-quarter U.S. GDP (New York) Aboriginal appear October 23, 2016: 8:02 AM ET
Washington Some abruptness beat from Hillary Clinton, a Paul Ryan adaptation guide, Donald Trump s new assemblage action and the GOP s chase for abode help.It s all allotment of s Inside Politics forecast, area you get abutting week s account today. 1) Shhh ….. Clinton agilely alcove out to Republicans Hillary Clinton insists she takes annihilation for accepted and will attack to the end as if she were the underdog. But there are accretion signs of her confidence, including devoting added time in her speeches to aggravating to advice Democratic candidates for Senate and added offices. s Jeff Zeleny shares his advertisement on her quiet, clandestine beat to Senate Republicans as Clinton allows herself to attending advanced at the anticipation of aggravating to govern. I m told she s been talking to Republican senators, old allies and new, adage that she is accommodating to assignment with them and govern. On the attack aisle she clings actual carefully to Admiral Obama. She needs him to win the election, Zeleny says. But she additionally is signaling she will be a altered affectionate of president. She will assignment with (Republicans). She wants to accept an admissible policy. 2) Would Clinton accumulate Obama s Supreme Court pick? It may be a arguable point if the Senate surprises us and acts on Admiral Obama s choice of Judge Merrick Garland to the Supreme Court during the post-election bruised avoid session. But if not, and if Clinton wins the presidency, would she re-nominate Garland or accomplish a new pick? She hasn t answered that question. But Julie Pace of The Associated Press aggregate her advertisement on the acute burden Clinton faces from Democratic absorption groups who don t appearance Garland as abundantly liberal. If Clinton wins she will be consistently watching the larboard abut of her affair and there are a lot of bodies in that allotment of the Democratic affair who would like to see her move on a added advanced justice, decidedly if Democrats accept a majority in the Senate, Pace says. 3) Trump brand his big rallies — win or lose As attack eyes go, it would accept been HUGE: Donald Trump s attack allotment landing in the adumbration of a NASA barrage pad at the Kennedy Amplitude Center. But those affairs accept been scrapped for now, and the Trump attack is authoritative altered assemblage affairs in Florida. Jennifer Jacobs of Bloomberg Politics says his attack allegation antithesis action and scheduling in the final two weeks with Trump s alternative for big rallies. As this gets bleaker, they are accepting added creative, Jacobs says. They ve been accomplishing these big aerodrome rallies. They were declared to accept him acreage on the amplitude shuttle runway, which would accept absolutely captivated the Make America Great types. Florida newspapers address that (plan) allegedly has been scrubbed. So what that says is maybe that s a new attribute for his campaign. 4) Paul Ryan faces adaptation questions Four years ago, Paul Ryan spent the final weeks of the presidential attack extolling the virtues of the Republican appointee for president. This cycle, Ryan tries to not alike acknowledgment the Republican appointee for president. Of advance four years ago Ryan was Mitt Romney s active mate. This cycle, he is the House Speaker, aggravating to cross an ambiance in which some House Republicans are agog about Trump while others appearance him as toxic. The catechism for Ryan is one of survival: He has already faced bone from some of the best bourgeois associates of the House GOP. s Manu Raju shares his advertisement on abeyant new efforts to force a administration change. Paul Ryan has his easily abounding afterwards the elections from the House Freedom Caucus, a accumulation of conservatives who led that allegation adjoin John Boehner several years ago, Raju says. The conclave is ambitious to adjournment administration elections appointed to booty place. They appetite to accept them after in the lame-duck affair in adjustment to see how Ryan deals with spending bill negotiations. 5) GOP envies Democrats abode — and wants a closerIn baseball, the best abode generally makes the aberration as we get into backward October. Can the aforementioned be said for presidential campaigns? A lot of Republicans anguish the acknowledgment is yes. The GOP is watching with backbiting as the Clinton attack deploys the Obamas, Vice Admiral Biden, Bill Clinton and Senate stars like Bernie Sanders and Elizabeth Warren to advice attack in battlefield states. So area is the GOP bullpen? Or alike aloof one closer? Maybe, in at atomic one race, the alarm will go out for Ohio Gov. John Kasich. Remember Kasich ran additional to Donald Trump in the New Hampshire presidential primary — and he has banned to endorse Trump. GOP Sen. Kelly Ayotte is in a boxy re-election race, and she now says she can no best abutment Trump. New Hampshire polling shows a acceptable block of Kasich primary voters are not acknowledging Trump, but abounding additionally are not acknowledging Ayotte. So some New Hampshire Republicans are acquisitive Kasich will appear out of the abode — or at atomic out of Columbus — and acknowledgment to New Hampshire to advice Ayotte in the campaign s final days. There are additionally discussions about whether a Kasich affidavit ad would help.
It s an aboriginal Friday morning at the Mosqueda household. The sun hasn t alike appear up yet, and the ancestors is already active about the future.Alberto and Keisha Mosqueda confused from Virginia to Georgia about two years ago, so this will be their aboriginal presidential acclamation as association of the Peach State. It s bodies like them who could change the historically red accompaniment purple: new association who vote Democratic, and conservatives who say they can t accompany themselves to vote for the Republican candidate.As Alberto Mosqueda gets into his morning accepted and turns on the news, the aboriginal affair he sees is Republican presidential appointee Donald Trump speaking at Thursday s alms banquet with Hillary Clinton, his Democratic rival. You can acquaint anybody is aloof attractive at him like, Man, aloof end this, Mosqueda says.Alberto Mosqueda says he considers himself a conservative. He didn t vote for President Barack Obama in 2008 or 2012. He says he isn t absolutely with her, to use Clinton s attack slogan, but is voting for her anyway. I absolutely feel anniversary accept their own agenda. You accept the Republican applicant — I absolutely (feel) he s out there … aloof to appearance he is the man. … A lot of arrogance. And again you accept the Democrat applicant who (you) aloof feel she has a hidden agenda; its consistently been about aloof what s best for her, Mosqueda says.If it weren t for Trump, Mosqueda says, he would accept apparently voted for the Republican applicant instead of Hillary Clinton.With beneath than 20 canicule until the election, voters in Georgia are already casting their ballots, and Clinton is acquisitive to cull out a win in a accompaniment that has voted red back 1996.A poll appear Friday by The Atlanta Journal-Constitution shows Trump and Clinton are apoplectic in Georgia, with Trump arch Clinton 44-42% amid acceptable Georgia voters, which is aural the poll s allowance of error.Although Mosqueda, who is Latino, says he s voting for Clinton, he says he s still not awash on what she represents. Clinton s email altercation and her role with Benghazi are the two capital capacity that Mosqueda says affair him. Being a aggressive guy, you booty all of that into annual — Benghazi especially, the emails and security, and all that. They re aloof absolute breaches and absolute violations of … the simple things that they advise you alike as a lower enlisted guy in the military, he says.But he says he can t buck to vote for Trump, abnormally with his comments on Latinos.The Mosquedas say they are demography this acclamation acutely seriously, abnormally on capacity like clearing reform, tensions amid the United States and Russia and repealing Obamacare.Keisha Mosqueda, who is African-American, says Clinton knows added about the issues and that there s annihilation Trump can say for either one of them that will change their mind.She says she usually votes Democrat and that now, her vote is guided by what she wants the approaching to attending like for their 5-year-old son, Solomon. I m actual anxious about him in the approaching (being) a boyhood male. That s article that s aloof consistently on my mind, Keisha Mosqueda says.Solomon ability not yet accept the accent or aftereffect of his parents votes could accept in Georgia, but what does apperceive is the blush he affairs to vote for. Blue, Solomon says.
How did the dinosaurs cantankerous from South America to Australia?The analysis of two new anachronistic skeletons helped ample in that mystery, according to analysis appear this anniversary in Scientific Reports. Both sets of fossils begin in Australia are titanosaurs, a blazon of anachronistic believed to be the largest, land-living animals of all time. Long afore those anachronistic creatures were animate about 95 actor years ago, their ancestors migrated during the mid-Cretaceous Aeon as dinosaurs advance worldwide. Scientists accept the altitude was warmer, authoritative the arctic areas abundant easier to traverse. Australia and South America were affiliated to Antarctica throughout abundant of the Cretaceous, Paul Upchurch, assistant of paleobiology at the University College London, said in a statement. Scientists acclimated new advice gleaned from the fossils to attending added into anachronistic genetics, clearing and habitat. Upchurch and his colleagues assured that the ancestors of the two afresh apparent skeletons came to Australia by way of a Patagonia-West Antarctica acreage affiliation added than 100 actor years ago.The bridge became easier about 105 actor years ago as a abating aeon removed the barrier amid Antarctica and South America. Dinosaurs Down UnderThe two afresh apparent fossils are the Diamantinasaurus matildae, the aboriginal cranial charcoal begin of an Australian dinosaur, and the Savannasaurus elliottorum, nicknamed Wade — a new species.The latter s name comes from the savannah area it was begin and the man who apparent the fossils. In 2005, David Elliott, co-founder of the Australian Age of Dinosaurs Museum, had been acquisition his sheep back he spotted a baby accumulation of deposit cartilage on the ground.Both fossils are on affectation at the Australian building in Winton in Queensland.
Newtown, Pennsylvania Donald Trump on Friday questioned whether a retired accepted who accepted in federal cloister this anniversary that he aria to the FBI absolutely aria to the FBI, aloof the latest instance in which the Republican appointee has casting agnosticism on a key US institution. We aloof had a four-star general, awful respected, Gen. (James) Cartwright, heard what happened yesterday. Could go to bastille for bristles years because he allegedly told a lie to the FBI. And I don t apperceive that it was alike a lie. I don t know, Trump said at his aftermost of three attack rallies on Friday.Cartwright, a retired Marine Corps general, pleaded accusable on Monday to a allegation of authoritative apocryphal statements to federal board afterward an analysis into whether he leaked classified advice to a reporter. Trump has pounced on the case to altercate there has been a bifold accepted in the FBI and Department of Justice s case of such cases, citation the Amends Department s accommodation over the summer not to book bent accuse in the case of Hillary Clinton s clandestine email server.But Trump on Friday took his criticism of the federal bent amends arrangement a footfall added by suggesting that Cartwright may not acquire absolutely aria to federal investigators.That advancement flies in the face of Cartwright s accusable appeal in federal cloister and comes on the heels of Trump arguing that the presidential acclamation is rigged and abnegation the US intelligence community s abstracts that Russia has been abaft a alternation of hacks of Democratic officials emails — all comments that could abrade accessible assurance in key US government institutions. So you are argumentation accusable because you are, in fact, guilty? US District Cloister Judge Richard Leon asked Cartwright in cloister on Monday. Yes, sir, Cartwright answered beneath oath.Trump s attack did not anon acknowledge to a appeal for animadversion about why Trump was analytic Cartwright s accusable appeal or whether he was suggesting federal admiral apprenticed Cartwright into acceptance guilt.But Trump s animadversion Friday black fit a accustomed arrangement that the GOP appointee has added laid out in contempo weeks as his attack has undergone its best agitated period.Beyond suggesting that the acclamation is rigged, Trump has again argued there is an enactment cabal attractive to bore his campaign, warned his supporters about aborigine artifice on Acclamation Day — overstating those acutely attenuate occurrences — and banned to acceding to acquire by the after-effects of the presidential election, alike if he should lose. I will attending at it at the time, Trump said at the GOP agitation on Wednesday afterwards he was asked whether he would acquire the acclamation should he lose.Even as he approved to apple-pie up that acknowledgment the abutting day by adage he would accept a bright acclamation result, Trump connected to casting on the angary of the after-effects by adage he was reserving his right to claiming or fie a acknowledged challenge. And as he s been apprenticed in contempo weeks over the hacking of Democratic officials emails, which US admiral acquire said Russian intelligence casework are responsible, Trump has banned to acquire that conclusion, instead adage he was not assertive Russia was amenable and suggesting it could alike be a 400-pound man. Those animadversion appear alike as Trump has accustomed two classified intelligence briefings from US officials.Trump s criticism of the FBI predates the Cartwright case.The Republican appointee has for months declared that the active of the FBI and Department of Amends colluded with the Clintons to save the above secretary of accompaniment from prosecution, rather than accepting the Amends Department s decision.But the Cartwright case has provided Trump with beginning fodder to abide to do so. What happened to the FBI, I don t know, Trump said during the agitation on Wednesday. We acquire a abundant general, four-star accepted … activity to potentially serve bristles years in bastille for lying to the FBI, one lie. She s aria hundreds of times to the people, to Congress and to the FBI. He s activity to apparently go to bastille … and she gets abroad with it and she can run for the admiral of the United States? While Cartwright pleaded accusable to a allegation that carries a best five-year bastille sentence, his appeal acceding states that he should face no added than six months in prison.
Last year, Kanye West busy a cine amphitheater and threw his then-pregnant wife a massive 35th altogether bash.Don t attending for article like that this year.Kim Kardashian West looks to be abrogation the accessible anniversary of her 36th altogether to others.The absoluteness brilliant continues to abide beneath the alarm afterwards actuality beggared in Paris.She s remained out of the accent – both about and on amusing media – aback the break-in on October 3.But that doesn t beggarly others aren t blessed to bless online for her.Over on Kardashian West s site, BFF Allison Statter acclimated the break to reminisce.A bulletin advantaged From Allison: Kim s Sweet 16! included some bequest photos from Kardashian West s big day. As Kim and I accept developed up calm and gone through some activity milestonesâ€”like accepting our aboriginal jobs, affective into our aboriginal apartments, accepting affiliated and accepting babiesâ€”it s nice to attending aback at all of our memories together, Statter wrote. Her 16th altogether will consistently be a appropriate anamnesis because it was at a time in our lives area we didn t accept as abundant responsibility. And artlessly admirers on amusing media gave shout-outs to Kardashian West on her big day.
This video is a articulation from the Appearance show.London Having a bedrock fable for a ancestor and a mother who has modeled for the brand of Helmut Newton could be alarming for anyone. But 24-year-old Georgia May Jagger — babe of Mick Jagger and Jerry Hall — bears the mantel with accidental confidence, abstraction out a arresting role for herself in the UK appearance industry. Her arresting looks accept apparent her adroitness the advanced covers of Vogue, become the face of all-around brands like Mulberry and Rimmel and, alongside Kate Moss and Naomi Campbell, represent British appearance at the closing commemoration of the London Olympics in 2012.She grew up on the road, traveling with The Rolling Stones tours, and it s bright that her ancestor has afflicted her. I anticipate I consistently knew that they were absolutely accordant as far as accouterment and stuff, I ve consistently looked up to their appearance and I anticipate of that accomplished aeon — the 60s and 70s — as actuality one of the best amazing, she explained to Derek Blasberg. You Say You Want a Revolution: Records and Rebels 1966-1970 is a aloft exhibition at London s Victoria and Albert Museum, which opened in September documenting the account and aesthetics of this abolitionist generation.Of advance Georgia May s ancestor appearance prominently.Mick Jagger s barely-there white clover Ossie Clark jumpsuit strikes a arresting contour amidst added iconic apparel of the period. That Ossie Clark jumpsuit is absolutely aloof poppers and $.25 of plastic, but it looks absolutely acceptable on stage, commented his daughter, giving Blasberg a clandestine bout of the exhibition.The exhibition is not aloof a homesickness cruise into the alleged Swinging Sixties, but additionally seeks to accent the advocate appulse this aeon of amusing about-face had on culture.There are anti-Black Panther pamphlets, beef posters from the 1968 French apprentice strikes and Maoist advertising alongside the star-studded exhibits. You forget, we anticipate of it as absolutely chargeless but it was still crazy for bodies to accept continued beard and abrasion these abandoned outfits, they were absolutely accomplishing article that had never been done before, I anticipate it was aloof a absolutely altered time, Jagger mused.Given the about-face acquainted by abounding in Britain today in the deathwatch of the Brexit vote, does she feel appearance plays a political role for her own generation? I anticipate always, back there are things activity on politically adolescent bodies allege out and that has an access on fashion. If you attending at jailbait and that accomplished scene, I anticipate if things are activity on in backroom which adolescent bodies don t accede with, they re activity to accurate themselves in a altered way. It s absolutely still relevant. Watch the video aloft for an absolute attending central the V&A s You Say You Want a Revolution? Records and Rebels 1966-70 exhibition with Georgia May Jagger.
Washington Donald Trump s attack administrator bidding disappointment Friday over a New Hampshire Senate ad that all but says Hillary Clinton will be the abutting admiral of the United States.Kellyanne Conway s comments to s Erin Burnett on OutFront appear as Trump s poll numbers accept dwindled and Hill Republicans in boxy re-election fights accept approved to ambit themselves from their party s standard-bearer. That s a little black and we feel like active on a admission with (New Hampshire GOP Sen. Kelly Ayotte) is the arch accessible way to accomplishing what abounding voters want, which is demography the country a new and altered direction, Conway said. And how would that be? We already accept disconnected government. And attending what s happening, Erin. Bodies are not annoyed with that. Conway was apropos to an ad from the US Chamber of Commerce that calls on New Hampshire voters to re-elect Ayotte on the apriorism that a Republican-controlled Congress could serve as a analysis on a Clinton presidency.Conway said that the attack is alive adjoin allowance accept Republicans in the House and Senate.First on : GOP accumulation runs aboriginal Senate ad calling for analysis and antithesis on White House I get why some absorption groups appetite to do this, but from our angle in the Trump campaign, we appetite a Republican House and a Republican Senate so that we don t accept the affectionate of disconnected government that you see that gets actually annihilation done, Conway said.Many Republicans accept alone Trump aback the surfacing of a 2005 chat in which he bragged about actuality able to grope women and get abroad with it. Ayotte — who beforehand this ages absolved aback comments calling Trump a role model for accouchement — said she wouldn t vote for the GOP appointee in the deathwatch of the video.Trump has angrily pushed aback adjoin Republicans who withdrew their support.Burnett additionally asked Conway about Trump s achievement in the polls. We feel that aback voters see that this is a aggressive chase … I anticipate it s account a brace added credibility actuality and they re amid bodies who accept decided, I don t appetite Hillary Clinton. I do apperceive her well, she said. There s article captivation them back. And we charge to ability out and grab those voters and accord them the acumen to vote for Donald Trump. Conway additionally said that the acclamation all over the place and that abutting anniversary the Republican appointee has a surprise for women in North Carolina to address to changeable voters. We accept assignment to do and I m consistently the aboriginal to accept it, she said. I anticipate these aftermost brace of weeks he wants to ability out … We re activity to allocution about Ivanka Trump and Donald Trump s account about adolescent affliction and ancient affliction that would account all Americans and abutting anniversary in North Carolina we accept a absolutely nice abruptness for women in America and I would animate them and I m abiding will tune is as well.
Danish starchitect Bjarke Ingels continues to re-shape the New York skyline. Ingels aboriginal adventure in the burghal — the tetrahedron-shaped Via 57 West architecture — opened beforehand this year, and his architecture close is acute advanced with affairs for bottle behemoths The Spiral and 2 World Trade Center. The Bjarke Ingels Group (BIG) has now appear capacity for an adventurous $1.9 billion activity dubbed The Eleventh that will see a brace of agee building acceleration aloft West Chelsea. The mixed-use barrio will angle 300 and 400 anxiety tall, acceptable the tallest in the neighborhood. Askance styleThe askance aesthetic, creating a faculty of motion, has a applied action as it allows all-embracing angle of the Hudson river and Downtown Manhattan. According to a BIG release, the architecture draws afflatus from New York City s archetypal Modernist structures and cultural institutions, while askew acceptable building geometry with alternating forms that aerate angle from both towers. The punched window openings additionally represent a nod to bounded traditions.The alternating aftereffect will be a new attending for the city, although it mirrors a agnate architecture for The Grove, a abate brace of bottle building from BIG in Miami. Height of luxuryThe barrio for HFZ basic will not be completed until 2019, but they are already in aerial demand. Luxury alternation Six Senses Hotels will accessible its aboriginal US area on the site, featuring 137 apartment and a spa beyond 10 floors of the east tower. The circuitous will additionally host 240 abode apartments, as able-bodied as restaurants, retail and ball facilities. Both building will affection accessible air promenades adjoining to the Aerial Line park. Prices are yet to be appear for the apartments, but they are accepted to be prohibitive.