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Brazil plans to waive visas for visitors from U.S., Japan
04:16 AM, 10.24.2016

Tourists walk down from the top of Roraima Mount, near Venezuela's border with BrazilBrazil's government is considering waiving visas for visitors from the United States, Japan, Canada and Australia to boost tourism, and could eventually extend the plan to include China, a tourism ministry spokesman said on Monday. The proposal by new Tourism Minister Marx Beltrão would extend for a 12-month trial period a visa-waiver program adopted for visitors from the four countries during the Olympic Games in Rio de Janeiro this year. Brazil's President Michel Temer is keen to draw more foreign investment and visitors to Brazil to help pull Latin America's largest nation from its worst recession since the 1930s Great Depression.

Iraq forces shell IS near Mosul; group urges airstrike probe
04:10 AM, 10.24.2016

Iraq forces shell IS near Mosul; group urges airstrike probeIraqi forces shelled Islamic State positions outside Mosul on Monday as fighting to retake the extremist-held city entered its second week and a rights group urged a probe into a suspected airstrike that ...

Former Pennsylvania attorney general to be sentenced for perjury
04:07 AM, 10.24.2016

File photo of Pennsylvania Attorney General Kathleen KaneBy David DeKok HARRISBURG, Pa. (Reuters) - Former Pennsylvania Attorney General Kathleen Kane is due to be sentenced on Monday for leaking grand jury information to embarrass a rival and then lying about it to investigators. Kane, 50, the first woman and first Democrat elected attorney general, faces a maximum prison sentence of 24 years but state guidelines suggest she could get a significantly shorter sentence. District Attorney Kevin Steele, who prosecuted the case, opposed Kane's request for house arrest, saying it was inappropriate for someone facing a state prison sentence and suggesting that Kane's ex-husband could care for the children.

Charlie Puth cancels remainder of tour, citing illness
04:05 AM, 10.24.2016

Charlie Puth performs at the 4th Annual "We Can Survive" Concert held at the Hollywood Bowl on Saturday, Oct. 22, 2016, in Los Angeles. (Photo by John Salangsang/Invision/AP)Charlie Puth is canceling the remainder of his tour due to illness.

France starts clearing 'jungle' migrant camp in Calais
03:56 AM, 10.24.2016

Migrants with their belongings queue at the start of their evacuation and transfer to reception centers in France, and the dismantlement of the camp called the "Jungle" in CalaisBy Matthias Blamont CALAIS, France (Reuters) - France began clearing the sprawling "Jungle" migrant camp in Calais on Monday, with hundreds carrying suitcases queuing outside a hangar to be resettled in reception centers across the country. It plans to relocate them to 450 centers across France. "It doesn't matter where I end up, I don't really care." French Interior Ministry spokesman Pierre-Henry Brandet said that authorities had not needed to use force and that the large police presence at the camp on Monday was just for security.

South African CEOs call for Gordhan charges to be dropped
03:55 AM, 10.24.2016

South African finance minister Pravin Gordhan poses for a photograph in Pretoria, after speaking via video link to a Thomson Reuters investment conference in Cape Town South AfricaAt least 80 heads of top South African firms including Anglo American, Barclays Africa Group and Naspers want fraud charges against Finance Minister Pravin Gordhan to be dropped. The top executives of mostly-listed firms in Africa's most industrialised country - ranging from mining, media, retail and banking - said in a newspaper advertisement on Sunday that political wrangling was damaging an already stalling economy at a time the country faced a sovereign credit downgrade.

Migrants leave Calais 'Jungle' by bus ahead of demolition
03:54 AM, 10.24.2016

French authorities expect it will take three days to remove all migrants from the Calais' "Jungle" campMigrants lugging meagre belongings boarded buses Monday taking them away from Calais' "Jungle" under a French plan to raze the notorious camp and symbol of Europe's refugee crisis. "Bye bye, Jungle!" a group of migrants shouted as they hauled luggage through the muddy lanes of the shantytown where thousands from Africa and the Middle East had holed up, desperate to sneak into Britain. Scores of Sudanese and Eritrean men queued in the pre-dawn cold outside a hangar where they were later sorted into groups and put on coaches for shelters across France.

Battle for Mosul can shape or break Iraq further
03:50 AM, 10.24.2016

Iraqi army gather after the liberation of a village from Islamic State militants, south of Mosul, during an operation to attack Islamic State militants in MosulBy Samia Nakhoul, Michael Georgy and Stephen Kalin ERBIL (Reuters) - It has taken two years of training a demoralized army, backed up by the air cover and special forces of the world’s greatest powers, for Iraq to mount an offensive to recapture Mosul from Islamic State. If local fighters in Mosul can be persuaded to drop their allegiance to Islamic State, there is a chance that the battle can be brought to a more speedy conclusion, and that could have major implications for the future of Iraq. Against a background of splits and rebellions in the Islamic State ranks in Mosul, some opposing commanders believe that a successful attempt to win over those local fighters could mean the battle lasts only weeks rather than months.

Attack in Iraq's Kirkuk over, 74 IS jihadists dead: governor
03:50 AM, 10.24.2016

Iraqi Kurdish security forces patrol a street in the southern suburbs of Kirkuk after jihadist gunmen attacked the city, on October 22, 2016Iraqi security forces on Monday ended an attack by the Islamic State group in Kirkuk city, killing at least 74 jihadists in three days of clashes, the provincial governor said. "The attack is over and life has returned to normal," Najmeddin Karim, the governor of Kirkuk province, told AFP.

May to offer Scotland, Wales, Northern Ireland talks with Brexit minister
03:43 AM, 10.24.2016

Britain's PM Theresa May arrives at the EU summit in BrusselsRepresentatives of the Scottish, Welsh and Northern Irish governments will get a chance to tell Brexit minister David Davis how they hope Britain's future relationship with the EU will work, under plans the government announced on Monday. At a meeting on Monday, Prime Minister Theresa May will offer the leaders of the three devolved governments, which have varying degrees of autonomy, formal discussions on Brexit at least twice before the end of the year, her office said. "The country is facing a negotiation of tremendous importance and it is imperative that the devolved administrations play their part in making it work," May said in a statement her office released before the meeting.

527 South Koreans seek Note 7 payback from Samsung
03:41 AM, 10.24.2016

Attorney Peter Young-Yeel Ko speaks in front of the Seoul Central District Court in Seoul, South Korea, Monday, Oct. 24, 2016. Ko, head of the Harvest Law Firm, said that 527 consumers want Samsung to compensate them for the costs to visit shops to exchange their phones, for the hours they had to wait while transferring data and for psychological harm from using a hazardous product. (Han Jong-chan/Yonhap via AP)SEOUL, South Korea (AP) — Hundreds of South Korean Galaxy Note 7 smartphone owners filed a lawsuit against Samsung Electronics on Monday over its handling of the fire-prone device.

Hayden a symbol of when youth took history into own hands
03:39 AM, 10.24.2016

FILE - In this Dec. 6, 1973 file photo, political activist Tom Hayden, husband of Jane Fonda, tells newsmen in Los Angeles that he believes public support was partially responsible for the decision not to send him and others of the Chicago 7 to jail for contempt. Hayden, the famed 1960s anti-war activist who moved beyond his notoriety as a Chicago 8 defendant to become a California legislator, author and lecturer, has died at age 76. His wife, Barbara Williams, says Hayden died on Sunday, Oct. 23, 2016, in Santa Monica of a long illness. (AP Photo/George Brich, File)SANTA MONICA, Calif. (AP) — Tom Hayden was long past his heyday of political rebellion and the Chicago 7 trial when he died on Sunday at age 76. But in American culture, he remained an enduring symbol of a time when young people took history into their own hands.

10 Things to Know for Today
03:38 AM, 10.24.2016

Internally displaced persons stand at a checkpoint as an Iraqi army convoy passes by in Qayyarah, about 31 miles (50 km) south of Mosul, Iraq, Sunday, Oct. 23, 2016. The U.N. and aid organizations say that some 5,000 civilians have been displaced since the operation to retake the city of Mosul from Islamic State began, a tiny fraction of the estimated one million remaining inside the city. (AP Photo/Marko Drobnjakovic)Your daily look at late-breaking news, upcoming events and the stories that will be talked about today:

Oil prices under pressure as Iraq resists joining output cut
03:37 AM, 10.24.2016

Flames emerge from a pipeline at the oil fields in Basra, southeast of BaghdadOil prices came under pressure on Monday as Iraq said it wanted to be exempt from an OPEC deal to cut production, though losses were capped by Iran saying it would encourage other members to join an output freeze. U.S. West Texas Intermediate (WTI) crude was down 5 cents at $50.80. Falah al-Amiri, head of Iraq state oil marketer SOMO, added that Iraq's market share had been compromised by the wars it has fought since the 1980s.

Yazidis say Islamic State offensive blocked in Sinjar, west of Mosul
03:35 AM, 10.24.2016

U.S.-backed Kurdish fighters blocked an offensive launched by Islamic State on Monday in Sinjar, a Yazidi territory west of Mosul, a provincial official in the region said. The attack was an apparent bid to distract Iraqi forces attacking Mosul, Islamic State's last major city stronghold in Iraq. Islamic State confirmed in an online statement having carried out a suicide attack on a peshmerga position at the western entrance of Sinjar.

Reports: Syrian troops capture high point in city of Aleppo
03:27 AM, 10.24.2016

In this photo taken Sept. 26, 2016 and provided by the local council of Aleppo city, Syrians workers clean damaged after airstrikes, in Aleppo, Syria. The opposition-held districts of the Syrian city have been surrounded and under siege for months. Russian and Syrian warplanes are bombing the streets into rubble and government forces are chipping away at the pocket of opposition control. (Local Council of Aleppo City via AP)BEIRUT (AP) — Syrian state media and opposition activists say government forces and their allies have captured a high point in the city of Aleppo where fighting with rebel groups resumed over the weekend.

Global shares up on strong Japan data, China property moves
03:26 AM, 10.24.2016

People are reflected on the electronic board of a securities firm in Tokyo, Monday, Oct. 24, 2016. Asian markets mostly rose Monday as Japan reported its trade balance swung to a surplus in September and strong Japanese manufacturing data from a purchasing manager's survey also suggested signs of improved activity in the world's third biggest economy. Attention is likely to focus this week on U.S. growth data. (AP Photo/Koji Sasahara)TOKYO (AP) — Share markets got an upbeat start to the week Monday on reports that China plans to ramp up controls of its unruly property sector, and news of stronger-than-expected manufacturing data from Japan. Attention is likely to focus this week on Friday's release of U.S. growth data, as investors adapt to expectations the Federal Reserve will hike interest rates in December.

Meryl Streep says singing badly for new role required work
03:26 AM, 10.24.2016

US actress Meryl Streep is promoting her latest movie "Florence Foster Jenkins" during a visit to Tokyo, on October 24, 2016Oscar-winner Meryl Streep had to learn how to "screw around" with songs when she played a tone-deaf socialite, she told reporters in Japan on Monday. Streep, whose latest work "Florence Foster Jenkins" opens the Tokyo International Film Festival, has an enviable musical pedigree, but had to tamp down her skills when she took on the lead role. "I did try to learn how to sing these arias properly, so I got a very, very good, true opera coach and he taught me the arias correctly," Streep told journalists.

Spain leads Europe higher on breakthrough for PM Rajoy
03:22 AM, 10.24.2016

A trader stands under screens at the Madrid bourseStock markets rose on Monday, led in Europe by a surge for Spain's IBEX index on signs of an end to 10 months of political deadlock that has paralyzed government in one of the countries worst-hit by the euro zone's debt crisis. The bond yields at which governments in Europe's debt-ridden southern countries fund their budget gaps were also sharply lower, 10-year bond yields falling 5 basis points in Spain and 15 in Portugal after a ratings decision seen as crucial to keeping the European Central Bank buying Lisbon's bonds.

Tom Hayden, famed 1960s anti-war activist, dies at 76
03:21 AM, 10.24.2016

FILE - In this Dec. 26, 1972 file photo, actress Jane Fonda, right, and Tom Hayden, one of the founders of SDS, talk at the home of a friend in London, after their arrival from Paris. Hayden, the famed 1960s anti-war activist who moved beyond his notoriety as a Chicago 8 defendant to become a California legislator, author and lecturer, has died at age 76. His wife, Barbara Williams, says Hayden died on Sunday, Oct. 23, 2016, in Santa Monica of a long illness. (AP Photo, File)SANTA MONICA, Calif. (AP) — Famed '60s anti-war activist Tom Hayden, whose name became forever linked with the celebrated Chicago 7 trial, Vietnam War protests and his ex-wife actress Jane Fonda, has died. He was 76.

Tom Hayden, prominent social activist, politician dead at 76
03:17 AM, 10.24.2016

File photo of Tom Hayden anouncing his candidacy for mayor of Los Angeles during a news conference in Los Angeles(Reuters) - Veteran social activist and politician Tom Hayden, a stalwart of America's New Left who served 18 years in California's state legislature and gained a dash of Hollywood glamour by marrying actress Jane Fonda, has died aged 76, according to media reports. Hayden died in Santa Monica, California, after a long illness, The Los Angeles Times reported on its website. "A political giant and dear friend has passed," Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti wrote on Twitter, adding "Tom Hayden fought harder for what he believed than just about anyone I have known." Hayden, who forged his political activism as a founding member of Students for a Democratic Society, which stood at the core of the 1960s anti-war and civil rights movements, was principal author of the group's revolutionary manifesto, the Port Huron Statement.

Plane crashes on takeoff at Malta airport, 5 aboard killed
03:15 AM, 10.24.2016

In this image taken from a video smoke billows as a light plane crashed after takeoff from Malta airport, in Valletta, Monday, Oct. 24, 2016. Officials say a light plane has crashed after takeoff from Malta International Airport, killing all five people on board. The twin-prop Metroliner tipped toward the right and crashed into the ground soon after lifting off at 7:20 a.m. Monday, bursting into flames, eyewitnesses said. (AP Photo/Ed De Gaetano)VALLETTA, Malta (AP) — A light plane crashed Monday after takeoff from Malta International Airport en route to Libya, killing all five crew members on board, airport authorities said.

Microsoft to raise enterprise prices in UK after pound plunges
03:08 AM, 10.24.2016

The logo of Microsoft is pictured in Issy-les-MoulineauxBy Kate Holton LONDON (Reuters) - Microsoft plans to increase prices for some enterprise services by up to 22 percent in Britain following the plunge in the pound, likely hitting thousands of companies and government departments who rely on its cloud and software products. Microsoft said it would increase prices for its enterprise software by 13 percent and for its cloud services by 22 percent from Jan. 1 next year, becoming the latest tech company to raise fees in the wake of the vote to leave the European Union. Britain's shock vote on June 23 triggered the biggest one-day fall in sterling against the dollar and the pound is now down 18 percent against the U.S. currency, prompting computer makers such as Apple, Dell and others to increase prices in Britain.

UK banks fear public, politicians set against them on Brexit
03:03 AM, 10.24.2016

PM Theresa May and Chancellor of the Exchequer Philip Hammond visit a construction site in BirminghamBy Anjuli Davies, William James and Andrew MacAskill LONDON (Reuters) - For decades, Britain's bankers have relied on their industry's outsized status in the economy to find a receptive ear in government. June's vote to quit the EU has triggered a change in leadership and tone in the British government with new Prime Minister Theresa pledging an industrial revival and to build "an economy that works for everyone" - setting nerves jangling in the City of London global financial hub. Reuters spoke to several senior bankers from big British and international banks based in the city, including some involved in discussions with the government over Brexit.

The 'Jungle' migrant camp in France: five key questions
02:58 AM, 10.24.2016

The current Jungle camp in Calais dates from April 2015 and housed more than 10,000 migrants at its peak, although that number has dwindled to around 5,000 in its final daysFrance began clearing the so-called "Jungle" migrant camp in the northern city of Calais on Monday ahead of its planned demolition. It is a collection of tents and shelters on a muddy, windswept patch of land near Calais, northern France, that has become a magnet for migrants seeking to cross the Channel to reach Britain. Various squalid settlements have existed for decades around the gritty town that is home to one of the country's biggest ports and the Channel Tunnel rail link connecting France and Britain.

North Korea lashes out at threat of more sanctions
02:56 AM, 10.24.2016

In this image made from video, Pang Kwang Hyok, vice director of the department of international organizations at the North Korean Ministry of Foreign Affairs, speaks during an interview with The Associated Press Television in Pyongyang, North Korea, Monday, Oct. 24, 2016. North Korean officials lashed out Monday at efforts in the United Nations to strengthen sanctions following the North's latest missile launches and nuclear test in September. (AP Photo)PYONGYANG, North Korea (AP) — North Korean officials lashed out Monday at efforts in the United Nations to strengthen sanctions following the North's latest missile launches and nuclear test in September.

Belgian region: unable to clear EU-Canada trade deal by Mon
02:54 AM, 10.24.2016

Belgian Prime Minister Charles Michel holds a press conference on the second day of the EU summit in Brussels, Friday, Oct. 21, 2016. The European Union was scrambling Friday to salvage a massive free trade deal with Canada that was being held up by a small region in Belgium. (AP Photo/Olivier Matthys)BRUSSELS (AP) — The leader of the legislature of a small Belgian region that's holding up a free trade deal between the European Union and Canada says the deal cannot be met by a Monday deadline.

Bangladesh heartbreak as England win Test thriller
02:46 AM, 10.24.2016

Bangladesh's not-out batsman Sabbir Rahman reacts after England took the final wicket to win the first Test match in Chittagong on October 24, 2016Ice cool skipper Alastair Cook insisted he never doubted England would hold their nerve after just preventing Bangladesh from pulling off an historic victory in a nail-biting first Test in Chittagong Monday. Ben Stokes took the last two wickets in three balls as England sneaked home by 22 runs in a match that ebbed and flowed throughout before the dramatic 20-minute conclusion on the morning of the fifth and final day. Bangladesh had started the day needing just 33 runs for what would have been their first win over England in nine attempts.

France moving more than 6,000 migrants, destroying huge camp
02:40 AM, 10.24.2016

France moving more than 6,000 migrants, destroying huge campCALAIS, France (AP) — Lines of migrants with their lives in small bags walked to a registration center in the French port city of Calais Monday, the first day of the mass evacuation and destruction of the filthy camp they called home.

Stokes seals thrilling Test win for England over Bangladesh
02:38 AM, 10.24.2016

England players including captain Alastair Cook (arms aloft) celebrate after beating Bangladesh during the final day's play of the first Test match in Chittagong on October 24, 2016Ben Stokes took the last two Bangladesh wickets in three balls as England won a thrilling first Test by 22 runs in Chittagong Monday, narrowly depriving their hosts of an historic victory. Bangladesh, needing 33 runs for what would have been their first win over England in nine attempts, added just 10 runs to their overnight total and were all out for 263 after 20 minutes of play on the fifth and final day at the Zahur Ahmed Chowdhury stadium. Sabbir Rahman, the overnight half-centurion, was left stranded on 64 as the allrounder Stokes dismissed the other two batsmen in his second over.

China says hostages held by Somali pirates are freed
02:35 AM, 10.24.2016

Sailors who had been held hostage by pirates for more than four years, smile as they arrive at the airport in Nairobi, Kenya Sunday, Oct. 23, 2016, after being released in Somalia on Saturday. A Somali pirate said Saturday that 26 Asian sailors held hostage for more than four years had been released after a ransom was paid, and international mediators said it "represents the end of captivity for the last remaining seafarers taken hostage during the height of Somali piracy." (AP Photo)NAIROBI, Kenya (AP) — Following more than four years in captivity, 26 Asian sailors held hostage by Somali pirates have been released from their captors, China's Foreign Ministry confirmed Monday.

U.S. diplomat says Philippines an ally, but drug killings a concern
02:15 AM, 10.24.2016

U.S. Assistant Secretary of State for East Asian and Pacific Affairs Daniel Russel waves to members of the media upon arrival to meet Secretary of Foreign Affairs Perfecto Yasay at the Department of Foreign Affairs (DFA) headquarters in ManilaBy Manuel Mogato and Enrico Dela Cruz MANILA (Reuters) - The most senior U.S. diplomat for Asia assured the Philippines on Monday that Washington remained its "trusted" ally and that it supported Manila's blossoming ties with China. U.S. Assistant Secretary of State for East Asian and Pacific Affairs Daniel Russel however warned that growing concern about drug-related killings in the Southeast Asian country was "bad for business". Russel was the first high-level visitor from Washington after President Rodrigo Duterte provoked alarm last week by announcing his country's "separation" from the United States and realignment with China while on a visit to Beijing.

Philips net profit up 18 percent thanks to health care
02:12 AM, 10.24.2016

Dutch electronics and health care giant Philips says net profit rose 18 percent to 383 million euros ($417 million) in the third quarter from the same three months last year as its health care technology ...

The Latest: US-led coalition helps repel attack on Iraq town
02:09 AM, 10.24.2016

FILE -- In this Saturday, Oct. 22, 2016 file photo, Iraqi troops guard a checkpoint near the village of Awsaja, Iraq, as smoke from fires lit by Islamic State militants at oil wells and a sulfur plant fills the air. In the week since Iraq launched an operation to retake Mosul from the Islamic State group, its forces have pushed toward the city from the north, east and south, battling the militants in a belt of mostly uninhabited towns and villages. In the heavily mined approaches to the city they met with fierce resistance, as IS unleashed suicide truck bombs, rockets and mortars. (AP Photo/Adam Schreck, File)BAGHDAD (AP) — The Latest on developments in Iraq as the battle for Mosul enters its second week (all times local):

Obama campaigns in Nevada, visits California
01:58 AM, 10.24.2016

President Barack Obama and Democratic Senate candidate Catherine Cortez Masto wave to the crowd during an event at Cheyenne High School in North Las Vegas, Nev., Sunday, Oct. 23, 2016. Obama is in Nevada to boost Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton's presidential campaign and help Democrats in their bid to retake control of the Senate. (AP Photo/Susan Walsh)SAN DIEGO (AP) — President Barack Obama is stepping up the pace of his campaign to boost Hillary Clinton as his successor while pushing as well for Democrats to retake the Senate, visting tightly contested Nevada before headlining party fundraisers Monday in California.

US: Philippines' Duterte sparking distress around the world
01:55 AM, 10.24.2016

U.S. Assistant Secretary of State for East Asian and Pacific Affair Daniel Russel issues his statement to reporters after meeting with Philippine officials at the Department of Foreign Affairs in suburban Pasay, south of Manila, Philippines on Monday, Oct. 24, 2016. Russel has said that Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte's controversial remarks and a "real climate of uncertainty" about his government's intentions have sparked consternation in the U.S. and other governments and in the business world. (AP Photo/Aaron Favila)MANILA, Philippines (AP) — America's top diplomat for Asia said Monday that Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte's controversial remarks and a "real climate of uncertainty" about his government's intentions have sparked distress in the U.S. and other countries.

With email dumps, WikiLeaks tests power of full transparency
01:50 AM, 10.24.2016

FILE - In this Oct. 4, 2016 file photo, WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange participates via video link at a news conference marking the 10th anniversary of the secrecy-spilling group in Berlin. Assange may be stuck in the Ecuadorean Embassy and cut off from the internet, but he's closer than ever to testing a hypothesis he first outlined nearly a decade ago. Can total transparency defeat an entrenched group of insiders? (AP Photo/Markus Schreiber, File)LONDON (AP) — WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange first outlined the hypothesis nearly a decade ago: Can total transparency defeat an entrenched group of insiders?

WHY IT MATTERS: Beneath the fury, issues that matter
01:44 AM, 10.24.2016

Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton and Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump in 2016 photos. This is a presidential campaign about trust, temperament, honesty, judgment, character, personality and, some are convinced, a personality disorder or two. It’s pocked with Trump’s ballistic-missile tweets in the middle of the night. It’s enlivened by the spectacle of Clinton’s campaign innards spilling day after day into public view, quite a WikiMess. (AP Photo)WASHINGTON (AP) — This is a presidential campaign about trust, temperament, honesty, judgment, character, personality and, some are convinced, a personality disorder or two.

Arizona, long a Republican bastion, targeted by Clinton
01:39 AM, 10.24.2016

Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton listens as vice presidential candidate Sen. Tim Kaine, D-Va. speaks during a campaign event at the Taylor Allderdice High School, Saturday, Oct. 22, 2016, in Pittsburgh, Pa. (AP Photo/Mary Altaffer)PHOENIX (AP) — There is palpable momentum for Democrat Hillary Clinton in Arizona, a state so traditionally Republican that her party's nominee for president has carried it just once in the past 64 years.

Hollywood A-listers honor comedy prize winner Bill Murray
01:38 AM, 10.24.2016

Bill Murray (R) speaks to the press before receiving the 19th Mark Twain Award for American Comedy on October 23, 2016 in Washington, DCUS comedian Bill Murray is on cloud nine, and it's not just because his beloved hometown baseball team, the Chicago Cubs, are advancing to the World Series for the first time in 71 years. The "Caddyshack" and "Lost in Translation" star got a major salute Sunday from America's top comedians and Hollywood A-listers, who presented him with one of the nation's top comedy awards. The 66-year-old was feted at the John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts in Washington by comedy's finest -- Aziz Ansari, Bill Hader, a fully bearded David Letterman and Jimmy Kimmel. Facebook Page

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