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Saturday Headlines: The pod people.

In a Saturday session to vote on Boris Johnson's Brexit deal, the UK parliament instead passed an amendment requiring Johnson to write to the EU to request a Brexit delay. 1/16

Chile's president declares a state of emergency after days of violent protests in Santiago and surrounding cities over metro fare hikes. 2/16

The four-star admiral who oversaw the bin Laden raid says the United States is under attack from Donald Trump. 3/16

"I don't like the Democrats, but Trump is destroying the Republic!" More and more four-star generals are siding against Trump. 4/16

The State Dept.'s internal investigation of Hillary Clinton's use of a private email server finds violations by 38 current or former State Dept. officials, but "no persuasive evidence of systemic, deliberate mishandling of classified information." 5/16

After Clinton hinted that Russians were "grooming" Tulsi Gabbard as a third-party candidate, Gabbard responds, calling Clinton "the personification of the rot that has sickened the Democratic Party for so long." 6/16

Yesterday morning, astronauts Christina Koch and Jessica Meir completed the first all-female spacewalk, making an urgent repair on the International Space Station's power system. 7/16

During the spacewalk, Trump called to congratulate the astronauts, mistaking the historic importance of the event when he said, "This is the first time for a woman outside of the space station." 8/16

About 40% of New York's Society of Professional Investigators are women, and about 40% are people of color. 9/16

To afford rent, people in Los Angeles live in stacked pods "just wide enough for a mattress and high enough to sit but not stand on top of it." 10/16

Ludwig Wittgenstein's lake house in Norway has been restored and is open to "secular pilgrimages." 11/16

The possessions that we see as most indicative of ourselves are the ones that we see as the most magical. 12/16

In China, a pair of Air Jordan Ones in black patent leather offers a return-on-investment of 6,600%. 13/16

"The nose is wild." While alcohol sales decline, alcohol-free booze gets a bigger profile with newcomers like Seedlip. 14/16

The "hottest dance party" in the Bay Area is said to be a daytime "baby rave" for children under four. 15/16

Fact of the day: Australia's third-most-spoken language is Arabic. 16/16