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Friday Headlines: The war of a lifetime.

Hurricane Michael has killed 12 people and left a path of destruction from Florida to Virginia.

Georgia's Secretary of State, Brian Kemp, is under fire for delaying registrations for 53,000 voters—most of whom are African-American. The move reeks of voter suppression, as the Republican Kemp, who is white, is running for governor against Democrat Stacey Abrams, who could become America's first black female governor.

Related: Kemp has a long history of purging voters from Georgia's rolls.

See also: Georgians whose registrations are on hold can still vote, but will need to verify their information at the polls or through the mail with a state driver's license or ID.

Turkish officials say they have recordings to prove the Washington Post's Jamal Khashoggi was killed inside the Saudi Consulate.

Refusing to break with Saudi Arabia, Trump chooses money over basic human values—but what did you expect?

As the war in Afghanistan turns 18, young Americans are now enlisting to fight in a conflict that started before they were born.

A military hacking exercise discovered more than 1,000 vulnerabilities in the Pentagon's new weapons systems.

After a state Supreme Court ruling, Washington becomes the 20th state to ban the death penalty.

Latinos in the US are voting less than ever. Democrats can win by bringing them to the polls with targeted outreach.

German Neo-Nazis have been apprehended while planning a murder spree targeting immigrants in Chemnitz.

A new Lancet report estimates mental illness takes 13.5 million lives a year.

A mental health startup offering calls with friendly people trained in talking—but not in therapy—presents an ethical nightmare.

“I worry a lot about how we’re building this world that’s supposed to be for convenience, comfort, and speed, but in fact makes us feel like someone is always listening, whether they are or not.” AIs that sound human will soon proliferate, and our expectations of trust and privacy will never be the same.

Sans Forgetica is a new typeface that's designed to be difficult to read, which has been shown to improve memory retention.

Related: The typical American consumes more than 100,000 words a day and remembers none of them.

Compared to other drugstores, CVS receipts really are the longest—it's because the coupons work.

Multiple towns in the US prohibit trick-or-treating over the age of 12, and that is just horrible.

The Friends studio audience was so emotionally invested in the show that their reactions influenced the writers' decisions.

“The story that kept coming through their dry reports was not at all the story of a haunted house, it was the story of several earnest, I believe misguided, certainly determined people, with their differing motivations and backgrounds.” By probing the subconscious, Shirley Jackson’s The Haunting of Hill House still terrifies horror writers to this day.

IQs are overrated: A roundup of studies finds intelligence doesn't determine success in life.

User reviews of Donald Trump.