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  • Hillary Clinton's emails: What's the full story?

    Hillary Clinton's emails: What's the full story?

    Comey dropped a bombshell on the presidential race last month when he sent a letter to Congress saying the FBI had discovered emails in a separate investigation that could be connected to the now-closed probe of whether Clinton mishandled classified information.

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  • Clinton looks to shift focus to unity in race's final hours

    At a rally in New Hampshire on Monday night, Donald Trump urged the working class to "strike back". The president has been leaning into some key battleground states in support of Clinton and other Democrats on the ballot. any candidate for president has ever known". As she walked around a parking lot in Columbus near Clinton's campaign office, she anxious that a Trump victory would essentially be a repudiation of Obama's presidency.

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  • Scotland seeks to block Brexit talks without its approval

    Theresa May's plans to trigger Article 50 at a time of the government's choosing before next March were disrupted last week when the High Court ruled that parliament should have a say on the issue. Lord Judge, however, said that Liz Truss as the Lord Chancellor had a "statutory obligation" to defend the judiciary, which he said she had done "a little too late and not a lot".

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  • Trump calls Election Day 'our Independence Day'

    Trump calls Election Day 'our Independence Day'

    The first votes of the election were cast, just after midnight, by the residents of Dixville Notch , New Hampshire. Polls close in most New Hampshire polling places by 7 p.m., but some are open as late as 8 p.m. An example was early voting in Texas, where there were reports in at least seven counties of outdated voter-guide posters and poll workers incorrectly saying that photo IDs were required to cast a ballot.

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  • North Korea nuclear message to election victor

    The Musudan or BM-35 missile is an IRBM with an estimated range of some 3,500 km, which is enough to allow it to target the US Pacific territory of Guam. Meanwhile, on Monday, South Korea's military said it was on high alert as Pyongyang may fire an intermediate-range ballistic missile in time with the USA presidential election to be held Tuesday.

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  • May resists pressure to relax visa rules for Indian migrants

    Prime Minister Narendra Modi and UK Prime Minister Theresa May shake hands during the joint statement at Hyderabad House in New Delhi . Industry body UKinbound said it was disappointed the PM hadn't listened to their call for the introduction of a two-year multi-entry visa for India costing just £87.

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  • UK's Labour has 'bottom line' for supporting Brexit vote: Corbyn

    UK's Labour has 'bottom line' for supporting Brexit vote: Corbyn

    Officials say she will also call French President Francois Hollande and European Council President Donald Tusk. "The point of no return was passed on June 23", he said, referring to the date of the historic Brexit referendum. This could mean her plans to begin Brexit would be rubber stamped in a single, rather than having to go through the process of getting MPs and peers to debate, amend and finally vote on a bill.

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  • Cyprus president urges Turkey to help reunification talks

    The five-day talks between Greek Cypriot President Nicos Anastasiades and his Turkish Cypriot counterpart Mustafa Akinci will concentrate on the question of territory as well as all other outstanding issues interdependently. The two leaders will attempt to agree on the internal boundary between two future constituent states, allowing for the return of some areas in Turkish-held northern Cyprus to the Greek Cypriots.

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  • Third body found on alleged killer's South Carolina farm

    Both were removed from the property, authorities said. Today, a third body was found on his property - and he has confessed to a 2003 quadruple killing at a motorcycle shop in the small town of Chesnee. He also has been charged with quadruple murder according to police after confessing to a murder 13 years ago . A friend of Brown's says Kohlhepp had a odd name for his property, calling it "The Beach".

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  • 1 deputy killed, 1 injured during a dispute central Georgia

    1 deputy killed, 1 injured during a dispute central Georgia

    ET near Byron, Ga ., about 20 miles southwest of Macon . BYRON, Ga . (AP) - Authorities say a Peach County deputy was killed and another was wounded responding to a dispute between neighbors in central Georgia. Smallwood remains in critical condition Monday. GBI agents are asking anyone with any information about the incident to call their Perry Office at 478-987-4545.

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  • Report of different Samsung phone model exploding

    Report of different Samsung phone model exploding

    For Samsung, there will be a lot riding on the next flagship product, especially in light of the Galaxy Note 7 fiasco, which has raised questions about the brand's overall image and reliability. The South Korean company declined to comment on what services the AI assistant would be capable to offer, but it did confirm that customers will be able to use third-party services smoother.

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  • Voters face machine problems, long lines in some states

    Voters face machine problems, long lines in some states

    The polls are open until 7 p.m. Election Protection helps all American voters, including traditionally disenfranchised groups, gain access to the polls and overcome obstacles to voting. The Oklahoma Election Board doesn't offer predictions about how numerous state's 2.1 million voters are expected to cast ballots, but the early-voting period in the state was busy.

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  • Veterans Day ceremony set for Friday

    Veterans Day ceremony set for Friday

    Ninety-eight years ago, on November 11, 1918, World War I came to an unofficial end when fighting ceased between the Allied nations and Germany. So this Friday, be sure to seek out and thank the wonderful veterans whose tremendous courage and sacrifices have enabled us to maintain our freedom.

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  • David Marshall wants Scotland win at Wembley for Strachan

    The former Blackpool man insists he doesnt expect to be starting for Scotland every game but feels Strachan is overlooking some quality players by opting for Brown. "But I have to say that some of the goals we've lost recently has been unlike them". He said he hopes Strachan, who took charge in 2013, would remain in the post despite Scotland making a disappointing start to their Group F campaign, but he questioned his selection policy.

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  • Leaked Deals Offer PS4 And Xbox One For As Low As $175

    The Dell Inspiron 11 3000 laptop can only be purchased at a price of $99.99 until 6:00PM of November 24, while the Inspiron Micro desktop is also offered at the same price on the same day until 10:00PM, according to Polygon . The best deals being offered are for gamers. The 55-inch LG 4K LED Smart TV will have a price of $499.99, with a Kohl's Cash back of $150. The Apple Watch Series 2 38mm and the Watch Series 1 38mm will be available at a price of $369 and $269 respectively.

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  • Syrian Kurds push ahead in their offensive toward Raqqa

    Turkish and U.S. military leaders agreed on a long-term plan to seize and hold the Islamic State stronghold of Raqqa , Syria, the U.S. Defense Department announced. "Their goal in Syria is to protect their enclaves in the north". Like seven other officials interviewed for this report, they requested anonymity to discuss the issue.

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  • Christie: No recollection of aides telling of lane closures

    Christie: No recollection of aides telling of lane closures

    Two of Christie's former aides were convicted Friday of causing epic traffic jams near the nation's busiest bridge, a plot that Christie called "one of the most abjectly stupid things I've ever seen". "I have to tell you, I have absolutely no recollection of any of them saying anything like that to me that day". Wildstein testified that the governor was made aware of the closures while they were happening, and that the governor joked Wildstein "would never be involved in anything political".

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  • Iran's foreign minister is first to meet Lebanon's new president

    Iran's foreign minister is first to meet Lebanon's new president

    Pointing to the election of Michel Aoun as the country's new president, Zarif said, "Through their courage, and capabilities and the use of democracy, the Lebanese people showed that when they make a decision and others do not meddle with their decision-making, they can build a better future for themselves and the region".

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  • AP Top 25: Alabama, Michigan, Clemson, Washington at top

    In eight games, he has 10 stops for a loss and four sacks. "We have a lot to play for, and a lot of games left". Top players (listed alphabetically): Senior linebacker Richie Brown: After posting a team-high 109 tackles last year, Brown has a team-best 76 tackles through nine games this year.

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  • Obama on FBI: We don't operate on innuendo

    Obama on FBI: We don't operate on innuendo

    She said "by all means, they should look at" emails on a computer owned by Anthony Weiner, the husband of her top aide, Huma Abedin. Federal Bureau of Investigation agents uncovered a trove of emails on a laptop used by former Congressman Anthony Weiner, who is being investigated for an unrelated alleged sexting relationship with an underage girl.

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  • Russian-Declared Ceasefire Goes into Effect in Aleppo

    Those same residents also said Friday morning has been quiet - they haven't heard airstrikes or clashes between rebels and regime forces. After several days of calm, fighting resumed in the west of Aleppo. The rebels dismissed the latest ceasefire as a ploy by Moscow to deflect global criticism of the high civilian death toll from its bombing campaign.

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  • Jury hears closing arguments in hot-car death

    Jury hears closing arguments in hot-car death

    Boring said Harris watched a video about hot cars five days before Cooper's death. Jurors are hearing closing arguments Monday in the trial of Justin Ross Harris . "Unlike a lot of cases, we know what was in the defendant's mind that morning", the prosecutor said. "He doesn't take action because he's clueless", Kilgore said.

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  • Officer's shooting not justified

    The trial of Michael Slager , 34, whose faces 30 years to life in prison if convicted of murdering Walter Scott during a traffic stop in April last year, is underway but only one of the jurors is black . "He sounded in distress". " He said , 'They were tasing me.' I heard him groaning like he was in excruciating pain several times ", she said. She said she told her son to follow the officer's order.

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  • Presidential race, Senate contest top Wisconsin ballot

    Presidential race, Senate contest top Wisconsin ballot

    Rebecca Kleefisch and U.S. Rep. "It has to actually be an election where we reject the politics of people like Donald Trump and Ron Johnson who side with big corporations", Feingold said . The race has become extremely tight in recent weeks, with the most recent Marquette University Law School poll showing Democrat Russ Feingold leading incumbent Republican Senator Ron Johnson by just a single point.

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  • Police Gather to Mourn Death of Des Moines Sergeant

    Police Gather to Mourn Death of Des Moines Sergeant

    Iowa-based grocery store chain Hy-Vee has pledged $25,000 to each officer's family. He said the officers' deaths are a blow to all officers in the Des Moines area. A preliminary hearing, where Greene will likely enter a plea, was scheduled for November 14. The Des Moines Police Department said in a news release that the shootings took place early Wednesday.

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  • China Adopts Controversial Cybersecurity Law Despite Foreign Criticism Over Internet Freedoms

    China Adopts Controversial Cybersecurity Law Despite Foreign Criticism Over Internet Freedoms

    China is attempting to crack down on box office fraud in the world's second-biggest movie market by setting out punishments for companies that fabricate ticket sales and other data under the country's first film law. China has approved a new controversial cybersecurity law, and it is making foreign companies extremely nervous. They must also give "technical support and assistance to public security organs and state security organs", when "preserving national security and investigating crimes".

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  • FBI chief: No charges against Clinton after new email review

    Comey sent the letter just two days before Election Day. The new letter follows one Comey sent late last month, in which he said agents would review newly discovered emails that may be connected to Clinton. Her press secretary said: "We were always confident nothing would cause the July decision to be revisited". Clinton also faced extraordinary challenges of her own in recent days after the Federal Bureau of Investigation confirmed plans to renew its focus on the former secretary of ...

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  • British PM warns MPs against blocking Brexit

    British PM warns MPs against blocking Brexit

    And a Government spokesman said: "The Government is disappointed by the Court's judgment". Though the Parliament can stall Brexit, it is unlikely that the lawmakers will go against the referendum result. Britain has long had a complex relationship with the EU different from other member states that more easily ceded more of their sovereignty to European institutions.

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  • Washington state elector says he won't vote for Clinton

    Patrick Butler , the Vice President, Programmes at the International Centre for Journalists (ICFJ ), described the American electoral system as " a confusing system and even most Americans don't understand it ". He told the Seattle Times , there is no way he would give Clinton his vote. Nonetheless, Satiacum could face a $1,000 fine for being a so-called "faithless elector ".

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  • Rebel shelling in Aleppo kills 3 children, 1 adult

    Yet no aid has entered Aleppo and only a handful of people have left the city via so-called safe corridors and Washington has accused Moscow of using starvation as a weapon of war, which is a war crime under the Geneva Convention. The cycle of violence in the contested city has only escalated after U.S. -Russia efforts failed to secure an internationally monitored cease-fire.

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  • Katy Perry, latest in string of stars to sing Clinton's praises

    Katy Perry, latest in string of stars to sing Clinton's praises

    Clinton's campaign welcomed the Federal Bureau of Investigation announcement. "This is all about us, no matter who we are, no matter what we are". Clinton was infuriated by Comey's decision to alert Congress late last month that the Federal Bureau of Investigation was reviewing new materials, calling it "unprecedented" and "deeply troubling".

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  • Head of Turkey's pro-Kurdish opposition taken to prison

    Europe is now harboring the PKK, although the European Union recognizes it as a terror organization, President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan said on Sunday. Erdogan said that parliamentarians behaving as terrorists would be treated as such. HDP officials would consult with the party's supporters, many of whom are in the largely Kurdish southeast, and could then consider a full withdrawal from parliament, he said.

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  • Dakota access pipeline protests

    No injuries or damage have been reported following an early-morning fire on private land near a Dakota Access pipeline protest camp in North Dakota. "Let's reroute the pipeline". More than a hundred people were arrested. At least 142 people were arrested on Thursday and Friday. "The Morton County Sheriff's Department has been using Facebook check-ins to find out who is at Standing Rock in order to target them in attempts to disrupt the prayer camps", protesters say on Facebook.

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  • Syria Kurds announce start of campaign to retake Raqqa

    Syria Kurds announce start of campaign to retake Raqqa

    In Washington, a USA official confirmed the start of the operation. USA officials have acknowledged that ousting IS from Raqqa poses tougher political challenges than the Mosul offensive, and have suggested the initial stage would involve isolating the city before any forces try to move in.

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  • 2 children and woman killed, 3 hurt in Newark stabbing

    2 children and woman killed, 3 hurt in Newark stabbing

    The stabbings occurred around 4 p.m. Saturd. Officers summoned to the house at about 3:30 pm (19:30 GMT) on Saturday found all six stabbing victims on the second floor, one of them already deceased, Anthony Ambrose, Newark's director of public safety, told an evening press conference.

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  • Cody Kessler against Dak Prescott in Browns Cowboys game

    Cody Kessler against Dak Prescott in Browns Cowboys game

    Look for the Cowboys to establish the run early and often. And yet it was one of the least dramatic games you will ever see. LINE: Cowboys -7. O/U: 48.5 ABOUT THE COWBOYS (6-1): Prescott is one victory shy from becoming the third rookie quarterback in the Super Bowl era to win seven straight starts (Ben Roethlisberger, 13 in a row in 2004; Kyle Orton, eight consecutive in 2005).

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