SANTA CLARA, Calif.
C.J. Beathard threw for 288 yards and two touchdowns and ran for a third score to lead San Francisco past New York for its first victory over the season.
Armed with signs, catchy phrases and a motivation to take #MeToo beyond the internet and into real life, a few hundred women, men and children gathered Sunday among the sex shops and tourist traps of Hollywood Boulevard to protest sexual harassment.
[img_assist|nid=1185185|title=|desc= PEOPLE LOOK AT DESTROYED BUILDINGS after an earthquake at the city of Sarpol-e-Zahab in western Iran on Monday, in this photo provided by the Iranian Students News Agency. A powerful earthquake shook the Iran-Iraq border late Sunday, killing more than 100 people and injuring some 800 in the mountainous region of Iran alone, state media there said.
His lengthy Asia trip down to its final days, President Donald Trump opted Monday to publicly prioritize strategic interests over human rights, declining to shine a spotlight on the violent drug war overseen by his Philippine host.
SEOUL, South Korea
North Korean soldiers shot at and wounded a fellow soldier who was crossing a jointly controlled area at the heavily guarded border to defect to South Korea on Monday, the South’s military said.
Alabama Republican Roy Moore says a lawsuit will be filed over the newspaper report carrying allegations that he had sexual contact with a 14-year-old girl four decades ago and that neither Democrats nor Republicans want to see him win a special Senate election.
Lance Lee Libby, 68, of Bowdoin, Maine, passed away unexpectedly of a heart attack at his home on November 8, 2017.
BRUNSWICK — Colette E. Boucher, 78, of Barrows Street, died on Sunday, November 5, 2017, at a Brunswick hospital.
She was born in Brunswick on October 15, 1939, a daughter of Benoit and Isabelle Letarte Blanchette. She attended Brunswick schools.
On May 31, 1959, she married Henry J. Boucher at St. John the Baptist Church in Brunswick.
She was a homemaker.
NEWCASTLE — John M. Gleason, 80, of Sheepscot Road, died on Saturday, Oct. 21, 2017, at his residence. A celebration of his life will be held in the spring of 2018. Arrangements are by Daigle Funeral Home, 819 High St., Bath. Condolences may be made online at www.Daiglefuneralhome.com.
DEAR ABBY: After my future son-in-law moved in with our daughter, my husband and I stopped by unannounced to visit. He answered the door in his underwear and never bothered to go put on a pair of shorts. We didn’t say anything and, of course, didn’t stay long.
By now, Veteran’s Day has passed. Still, I would like to note, recognize and pay tribute to a vet who made a huge impact in my own life — George Raymond McIntire. A veteran of WWI and the Pacific Theater in WWII, he left behind a family and legacy and a bit of himself in a journal he kept onboard the carrier, U.S.S. Cowpens.
“What is politics but persuading the public to vote for this and support that and endure these for the promise of those?” — Gilbert Highet, Scottish-born American author and educator (1906-1978).
The energy of ranked-choice voting supporters, flocking to the polls on Tuesday, is admirable. They’re attempting a people’s veto of the Legislature’s move to delay the ranked-choice system enacted by referendum in 2016.