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Thomas Edison thought gold would be worthless, Trump accuses China of meddling in midterms, who can resist funny animals? and more

• Sep 27, 2018 at 9:27 AM

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THE ATLANTIC: The Fear Driving Conservative Support for Kavanaugh

It’s remarkable: The more women accuse of Brett Kavanaugh of sexual misconduct, the more committed to his confirmation conservatives become.

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THE GUARDIAN: Trump accuses China of meddling in midterms, citing Iowa newspaper ad

Donald Trump has accused China of seeking to interfere in US congressional elections in November, using his chairmanship of the UN security council to spring a surprise on his fellow world leaders.

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USA TODAY: Here's why USA will win Ryder Cup in Europe for first time since 1993

The U.S. has the firepower to overcome Europe's home field advantage.

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QUARTZ: Thomas Edison thought gold would be worthless, and other money predictions from the past

Luminary Milan native Thomas Edison erroneously believed gold was on its way out in the early 1900s. But other predictions about the future of cash have been more on the money, including concerns about data misuse long before the age of electronic transactions.

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ONE COOL THING: Who can resist funny animals?

Check out the winners of the comedy wildlife photography awards.

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