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  • WikiLeaks email PROVES Obama lied about EmailGate

    Hillary Clinton's presidential campaign has spent much of the past 18 months dismissing the controversy caused by her decision to set up a private email server while serving as Secretary of State as so much stuff and nonsense. Wikileaks continues to release additional emails on a daily basis that are believed to have been taken from an account belonging to Clinton campaign chairman John Podesta.

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  • FBI director clears Clinton again of wrongdoing in email investigation

    FBI director clears Clinton again of wrongdoing in email investigation

    The decision shattered what had appeared to be Clinton's solid grip on the race and emboldened Republican Donald Trump. Clinton also will be joined in New Hampshire by Khizr Khan, a Muslim American and Gold Star father whose indictment of Trump at the Democratic National Convention sparked a Trump counter-attack that critics called anti-American.

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  • Tim Kaine in Pensacola on Sunday

    Tim Kaine in Pensacola on Sunday

    A capacity crowd of 700 filled the State Theatre in St. Petersburg Saturday night to hear Jon Bon Jovi make his case for Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton. He'll focus his visit on the Democratic ticket's plans to improve the economy and creating jobs and affordable higher education possibilities for the average American family.

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  • Insurgent offensive in Aleppo kills dozens of civilians

    Civilians in east Aleppo , who have faced weeks of devastating bombardment by the government and Russian Federation, have expressed scepticism about safe passage offers. "The State Department within this period has not delivered one bread crumb to the Syrians, for whom it supposedly cares so much", Russian Defense Ministry spokesman Major General Igor Konashenkov said in a statement on Sunday.

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  • Refugee children 'sleeping rough' after Calais demolition

    Dorothy Sang, Save the Children spokeswoman, said there were concerns over the fate of minors. Migrants who fit the asylum criteria will stay in France while those who do not will be repatriated. About 1,000 people were waiting at a transit center near the camp for transport. Mr Brice told reporters on Wednesday afternoon: "The operation will be over tonight because all the people who were leaving the Jungle are now welcomed in France , in good conditions in accommodation centres".

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  • Clinton Campaign Manager Responds to FBI Bombshell, Donald Trump's ..

    Clinton's visits to MI and Pennsylvania are a sign the Democrat is looking to protect her firewall of states she hopes will help put her over the 270 electoral vote threshold to win on Tuesday. "I'm not making any excuses", Clinton said, referencing the server she maintained as secretary of state. Donna Brazile was named interim DNC chair in July after Debbie Wasserman Schultz was forced to step down due to claims that she supported Clinton during the Democratic primary over Bernie Sanders.

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  • At least 8 people injured in shooting outside nightclub

    At least 8 people injured in shooting outside nightclub

    None of the injuries was considered life-threatening. Two suspects, both male ages 17 and 21 have been arrested. The shooting reportedly took place outside 420 14th Street, where an event was happening at Club Vinyl. Most of the wounded were shot in their legs, but one person was hit in the chest and another in the back. Several people were transported to area hospitals, and others transported themselves to hospitals, police said.

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  • Early vote in Florida exceeds 2012 figures

    MA voters who want to cast their ballots early have to act quickly. The Texas Secretary of State's office said as of Thursday night, early voting numbers have topped four million. The township offices saw 13,312 ballots cast in advance of the 2012 presidential election, according to Orr's office. As a result, it is hard to say what the early vote numbers mean for the composition of the electorate this year.

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  • Apple is killing off its iconic startup chime

    Of course, Apple doesn't advise this action and the internal design of the MacBook Pro offers enough deterrent. Through the years, each generation has introduced new innovations and capabilities. One of those changes that you might notice if you were to buy the computer, would be the omission of the classic Mac startup chime that you would hear whenever you turn the computer on.

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  • Baylor coaches disagree with regents on what Briles knew

    The coaches and staff members claim Briles wasn't told for another nine months and that Briles told the victim's coach to report the matter to police and to "prosecute the players if there was any wrongdoing". After the Pepper Hamilton law firm's investigation and subsequent reports revealed numerous instances of sexual assaults and domestic violence that went either unreported or were inadequately investigated, Briles rightfully was shown the door.

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  • IPad Mini 5 on the way with PowerVR graphics and powerful processor

    IPad Mini 5 on the way with PowerVR graphics and powerful processor

    As for the iPad Air 3, the waiting game for this Apple tablet has actually been a lot longer, as original release predictions for it were traced back to October 2015. This is precisely what the company is allegedly doing, by developing three different size models that comes in 9.7-inch, 10.5-inch, and 12.9-inch variations.

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  • Bill Clinton, his former aide and the power of 'the ask'

    One of those clients was Dow Chemical, the CEO of which was introduced to Bill Clinton by Clinton insider and Teneo cofounder Declan Kelly while Kelly was simultaneously serving as US envoy to Northern Ireland for Hillary Clinton and head of the then-new consulting firm.

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  • Melania Trump Modeled in US Prior to Getting Work Visa

    Melania Trump apparently worked illegally for about a month when she first came to the U.S. NY immigration lawyer Michael J. Wildes, who reviewed the signed ledgers and other accounting documents at AP's request, said in a statement that "these documents, which have not been verified, do not reflect our records including corresponding passport stamps".

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  • Arizona US judge denies voter harassment order

    Arizona US judge denies voter harassment order

    And in a nod to what the judge called "unique and special enthusiasm in this election", he said he'll hold a hearing Tuesday if any reports surface that day of voter harassment at the polls. Democratic Party organizations in three other states filed similar actions beginning Sunday. The almost identical legal challenges seek court orders meant to block volunteer GOP poll watchers from harassing people headed to the polls.

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  • DHS 'concerned' about cyber-related election confusion

    DHS 'concerned' about cyber-related election confusion

    The U.S. intelligence community and the Department of Homeland Security assess that it would be extremely hard for even a nation-state actor to alter actual ballot counts or election results by cyber-attack, a second senior administration official told NBC News .

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  • Abducted Chibok schoolgirl found with baby son

    Fifty-seven managed to escape in the immediate aftermath. She wants to be reunited with her mother and the father of her child, a Boko Haram extremist who she says was also a kidnap victim and who helped her escape. "Our hope is that the government will work towards an early release of the remaining girls so that we can bring this sad episode to a close". In addition, four other soldiers reportedly sustained injuries in the gun battle.

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  • Dakota pipeline activist gets shot with rubber bullet during on-camera interview

    That news comes after a week in which 140 protesters were arrested. In an exclusive interview this week, Obama suggested the Dakota Access pipeline could be rerouted around sacred Native American lands. Obama told NowThis that the protests and the response to them have become "a challenge situation" and that "there's an obligation for protesters to be peaceful and there's an obligation for authorities to show restraint ".

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  • Latest Quinnipiac Swing State Poll Shows Florida Too Close To Call

    Latest Quinnipiac Swing State Poll Shows Florida Too Close To Call

    A recent poll from the Detroit Free Press shows Clinton's lead in MI could be as small a four points heading into the last days before the election. It reported almost two thirds of Virginians believed Clinton was not trustworthy, compared to 56 percent who described Trump that way. "They need us, they have to step up to the plate", he said.

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  • Lakers stun Warriors 117-97, end Steph's 3-point streak

    Lakers stun Warriors 117-97, end Steph's 3-point streak

    We'll see how they match up face to face. The Phoenix Suns and Los Angeles Lakers meet in a National Basketball Association game Sunday night at the Staples Center. Thompson was 4-of-18 from the field, 2-of-10 beyond the arc. The 41 points scored in the second quarter were the most in any quarter this season.

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  • Colorado-based soldiers killed in Afghanistan, Pentagon says

    Colorado-based soldiers killed in Afghanistan, Pentagon says

    The troops came under fire during what the U.S. military said this week was a mission to train, advise and assist its Afghan partners in clearing a Taliban position and disrupting the organization's operations in Kunduz district. Fifteen years after USA and North Atlantic Treaty Organisation forces began fighting in Afghanistan , he asked, "Do we have more Taliban or less, more radicalization or less, more terror or less?" The Taliban captured and held parts of Kunduz a year earlier as well ...

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  • Thief breaks into student's vehicle, steals candy bar

    Thief breaks into student's vehicle, steals candy bar

    Indeed, not only did Kit Kat replace Jobbins' stolen candy bar, they issued him a whopping 6,500 bars of the classic crispy wafer, surely making for the sweetest and most caloric surprise of his life. Hunter Jobbins , sophomore in athletic training, hands out a Kit Kat during a giveaway on November 3, 2016 . Jobbins said he left his auto for about 15 minutes around 4 p.m.

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  • Campaigning for Clinton, Obama reflects on his own legacy

    Obama said the United States could not afford a President who suggests that America should torture people or that it should ban entire religions from the country. Mr Trump, buoyed by his poll numbers, is himself descending on North Carolina on Thursday to campaign. This time, he said, he was voting for Clinton.

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  • Clinton, Trump use whatever they've got in the final push

    Knock on doors. Make phone calls. Marshal every volunteer. Lob every attack. According to data from Advertising Analytics, Hillary Clinton and her allies have shelled out about $260 million on ads in those markets while Donald Trump and groups supporting him have spent about $125 million.

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  • President commutes drug sentences of 6 more Iowans

    President commutes drug sentences of 6 more Iowans

    Nine of those receiving clemency had been convicted of firearms offenses along with their drug crimes. The president has commuted more sentences than any president in the modern era. Bullard was sentenced after being convicted of conspiracy to distribute cocaine base. Eggleston, who is the last stop for a commutation petition before it goes to the president, said the president is also making a conscious effort to signal to Congress that it needs to pass a more permanent fix.

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  • New York police officers shot in the Bronx

    Mayor Bill de Blasio and Police Commissioner James O'Neill rushed to the hospital. The injured officer, identified as Sgt. Emmanuel Kwo, was in stable condition after the shooting, according to the department. Governor Andrew Cuomo confirmed the officer had passed away in a statement . News helicopter footage of the scene showed a red SUV mounted on a sidewalk pinned between a flatbed truck and a police vehicle.

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  • Beyonce to perform at Cleveland concert for Hillary Clinton

    According to CBS News , the concert is reportedly aiming mainly at millennials and African-American voters in Cuyahoga County, where Clinton will need to create some separation from Donald Trump, who is now leading in the OH polls . "I am so energized after this concert and I have to say: Didn't you love the pantsuits?" "I love her", she told fans at a recent concert. The Clinton campaign is feverishly trying to close the gap between their candidate and Republican Donald Trump .

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  • Fighting rages in Mosul, IS disables Abrams tank

    Fighting rages in Mosul, IS disables Abrams tank

    The advance in that area then stalled. Smoke rose across eastern neighborhoods of Iraq's second-largest city as heavy fighting continued after sundown, with explosions and machine gun fire echoing in the streets as mosques called for evening prayer.

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  • SCOTUS issues stay of execution for Tommy Arthur

    Justices Clarence Thomas and Samuel Alito voted to deny it. If they decide against it, the stay will be terminated. "Both the jury and judge obliged Arthur's request". The Supreme Court said the stay will expire if it declines to take up Arthur's case. Arthur was convicted of killing Troy Wicker in 1982. He also claims in the letter to Bentley that Alabama's execution method is cruel and unusual.

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  • Body found on land where woman was chained up 'like a dog'

    Body found on land where woman was chained up 'like a dog'

    A woman who had been missing for two months has been found alive after being held captive and chained inside a metal storage container in SC. Todd Christopher Kohlhepp, a 45-year-old registered sex offender with previous kidnapping conviction, appeared at a bond hearing Friday in Spartanburg on a kidnapping charge.

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  • Clinton, Trump target different Americas in final push

    Clinton, Trump target different Americas in final push

    More importantly, there are 17 states in the U.S. that can be viewed as competitive based on the fact that six percentage points or less separate Clinton and Trump. Global equity prices drifted lower on Thursday as worries about the election weighed on investor sentiment. Democrat Hillary Clinton and Republican Donald Trump differed sharply on the economy in the final stretch of their race for the White House on Friday, with Clinton praising the latest United States jobs report while Trump ...

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  • Turchia, autobomba a Diyarbakir dopo arresti parlamentari Hdp: social media bloccati

    Turchia, autobomba a Diyarbakir dopo arresti parlamentari Hdp: social media bloccati

    Sono le notizie che arrivano questa mattina dalla Turchia . Il gruppo di monitoraggio Turkey Blocks denuncia inoltre che l'accesso ai principali social media è stato bloccato nella notte in Turchia . Lo conferma un comunicato del governatore locale. Così il ministro Esteri di Ankara, Cavusoglu, sulle reazioni di molti Paesi Ue all'arresto per "terrorismo" di deputati del partito filo-curdo Hdp .

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