News headlines today: Oct. 11, 2018

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So at least two people are dead and more than half a million have lost power after hurricane Michael slammed into the Florida Panhandle Florida governor Rick Scott. This is this a devastating storm. But we as thousands of people heading into these communities impacted. We have almost tweet dozen people do in Paris rationed we have over a thousand people to search and rescue. B of I called up 3500. Members of the National Guard. I'm that you know I'm very concerned about are citizens that they didn't evacuate. Michael is now a tropical storm in Georgia heading for the Carolinas. President says he's demanding answers from Saudi Arabia on the disappearance of the Washington Post reporter to mark showed he was last seen going into the Saudi consulate in stumble. It's very said situations very bad situation. And we want to get to the bottom. I don't want to make an order saying that I hope he's not. An American and a Russian under Russian rocket ride to the International Space Station had to abort early this morning. After the booster failed to minutes into the flight and the last. Our on NASA TV they have Landon in a ballistic landing death. The crew is in communications with the rescue forces and are in good condition after an emergency landing in cossacks done. The FBI arrested Paul Rosenfeld. It Rockland county New York accusing him of planning to detonate a bomb on the National Mall in Washington DC on Election Day. Authorities say they found what appears to be a functional 200 pound explosive device in the basement of this home. Sis Chris movie maker Harvey Weinstein is due back in court today his lawyers are trying to get a sex assault charge dismissed. Amid reports of an account from one of his accusers. Suggesting there encounter was consensual. First Lady Maloney a trump speaking exclusively with ABC news' chief national correspondent Tommy Ellis says she supports the meat to movement. I support that we men and they need to be. Right we need to support them and you know also meant not to scream and. Apple is now set to launch its own video service will feature original shows as well as other programs and anything. Produced by apple will be free to apple device owners. Southeast of the moon is going up for sale. A twelve pound lunar rock found last year give Africa goes up for auction starting today. Kids are expected to hit about. Half a million dollars.

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