Wall Street plunges as investors seek safety > The CAC 40 in France dropped 2.1 per cent, Germany's DAX lost 2.2 per cent and the FTSE 100 in London fell 1.3 per cent. Facebook fell 4.1 percent while Netflix and Google parent Alphabet were down 8.4 percent and 5.1 percent, respectively.
Five Washington children hospitalized with sudden paralysis The Center for Disease Control (CDC ) said there have been 38 confirmed cases of AFM this year through the end of September. Meade said sometimes people recover from the paralysis , but others don't recover even after several years.
Updates, tracking resources as storm makes landfall > A Panhandle man was killed by a tree that toppled on a home, Gadsden County Sheriff's Office spokesperson Anglie Hightower said. Michael's minimum central pressure - a key measure of hurricane strength - was measured at 919 millibars when it made landfall.
Umpire labels Kyrgios' effort 'borderline' > The Aussie looked solid in the opening set as Klahn - ranked 104 in the world - didn't look overly threatening to Kyrgios' charge. Kyrgios appeared exasperated and distracted at times as American qualifier Bradley Klahn took out the match in three sets.
Monster Hurricane Michael brings 'unimaginable devastation' as it slams Florida > Hurricane Michael is closing in on the Florida Panhandle with potentially catastrophic winds of 150 miles per hour . A total of 453 flights had been cancelled on Wednesday across the country, with many occurring in the Florida area.
Global stocks tumble after Trump 'crazy' Fed comment > Trump was briefed on the market turmoil earlier in the day, a White House official said. Stocks have sold off in recent days on worries about higher borrowing costs.
7.0 quake hits Papua New Guinea > Papua New Guinea is located along the Pacific Ring of Fire, which is the most seismically active region in the world. The strong quake was felt in Denpasar on the holiday island of Bali, where panicked people fled from buildings.
Saudi crown prince reportedly ordered op against missing journalist > Previously Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman told Bloomberg that Riyadh would allow Turkish officials to search the premises. The private-plane flights the Saudis took from Riyadh have been documented, along with the Saudis' movements around Istanbul.
Mental health services for young fail to live up to the promise On October 10 every year, the world observes the day to draw attention to the importance of mental health. Half of all mental illness begins by the age of 14, but most cases go undetected and untreated.
International Monetary Fund warns Nigeria on tough times ahead > Russian Federation was among the few energy-rich emerging market countries whose growth forecasts were bumped up. India's medium-term growth prospects remain strong at 7.75 per cent, benefiting from ongoing structural reform.
Sudden jump in U.S. interest rates prompts Wall Street stock plunge Meanwhile struggling retailer Sears was in focus as the Wall Street Journal reported that it was preparing to file for bankruptcy. The 10-year Treasury yield rose to 3.23 percent from 3.20 percent late Tuesday and from 3.05 percent early last week.
'Monstrous' Hurricane Michael forecast to hit Gulf Coast as a major hurricane > The Hurricane Center predicts risky surf conditions will start to appear along the northern Gulf Coast on Tuesday. According to the 5 a.m. advisory from the National Hurricane Center , Michael was close to becoming a hurricane.
Why Jupiter’s Europa moon could be straight out of Game of Thrones > The study suggests that similar conditions exist on Europa, making it possible for the moon's surface to feature jagged terrain. Its surface is mainly ice and it has the thermal conditions required for ice to sublime without melting.
Jimmy Butler Returns To Practice, Verbally Challenges Coaches, Teammates > Butler, meanwhile, will be an unrestricted free agent next summer and Houston would need assurance that he will re-sign long term. Butler doesn't seem content burning bridges with the organization.
Sears may be preparing to file for bankruptcy > The impetus for the fast-moving bankruptcy preparation is a $134 million debt payment due this coming Monday. Sears' acting spokesman, Howard Riefs, said Brathwaite had informed the retailer of his exit last month.
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