• United States election: Trump camp on attack ahead of debate
United States election: Trump camp on attack ahead of debate

Republicans have attacked Clinton, 68, over what they say is her role in trying to discredit women who accused her husband of sexual misconduct decades ago. A growing number of Republicans are calling on him to do just that following the release of his vulgar and sexually charged comments caught on tape in 2005.

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  • Did Donald Trump make inappropriate comments about 12-year-old Paris Hilton?
Did Donald Trump make inappropriate comments about 12-year-old Paris Hilton?

Friends and foes agree he is at his best in those scripted moments. And Clinton said they showed anew why someone with Trump's temperament "should not be anywhere near the nuclear codes". "I want to keep working on my campaigns for women's equality, for respect for women and that our physical appearances do not define us productive or intellige...

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  • Consider This Editorial: Breast Cancer Awareness Month
Consider This Editorial: Breast Cancer Awareness Month

Nwobodo said that in one of the communities where the screening took place, three out of seven men screened for prostate had clear indication of early signs of prostate enlargement or cancer. Louis County Police Cooperative is doing something unique to help fight breast cancer. Pink is it, " Derzis said. The company has purchased the Generation P...

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  • Fuel the Fight kicks off Breast Cancer Awareness Month
Fuel the Fight kicks off Breast Cancer Awareness Month

It is the Linda L. Vladyka Breast Wellness Foundation. While much progress has been made in the fight against breast cancer, its impact is still overwhelming. Breast cancer is the second most commonly diagnosed cancer among women, and second leading cause of cancer death. In fact, the survival rate in cases where the cancer is detected early is 9...

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  • Surgical strikes trigger BJP-Congress-AAP 'war'
Surgical strikes trigger BJP-Congress-AAP 'war'

To clarify matters, the Delhi CM urged Modi, "unmask the false propaganda of Pakistan". Asserting that Arvind Kejriwal never asked for proof on the surgical strike carried by the Indian Army in Pakistan occupied Kashmir (PoK), the Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) on Tuesday hit out at the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) for launching an unwarranted attack on t...

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  • Florida football game postponed because of Hurricane Matthew
Florida football game postponed because of Hurricane Matthew

The SEC postponed the game scheduled for Saturday because of Hurricane Matthew, which was bearing down Thursday on Florida's east coast. In the end, which will be on Thursday afternoon at noon as far as the final decision on the time and place of the LSU-Florida football game (if there is one this weekend), it will be the decision of South...

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  • Federal government: Mylan has been overcharging for EpiPens
Federal government: Mylan has been overcharging for EpiPens

Despite warnings from CMS, a letter from Acting Director Andrew M. Slavitt accuses Mylan of continuing to list its EpiPen, an auto-injector that delivers a dose of epinephrine, as a generic drug despite the fact that the company enjoys Food and Drug Administration-mandated patent protection on the device.

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  • Hurricane Matthew: What we know
Hurricane Matthew: What we know

That made it an "extremely dangerous" Category 4 hurricane and it was likely to remain so as it approached the United States, where it could either take direct aim at Florida or brush along the state's coast through Friday night, the centre said.

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  • North Dakota officials block county road because of protest
North Dakota officials block county road because of protest

A federal appeals court is scheduled Wednesday to hear a tribe's request for an injunction to halt construction on an oil pipeline in North Dakota. The decision to delay came after global attention to the project, thanks in part to protests at the pipeline site and in numerous cities organized by American Indians, environmentalists and their alli...

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  • Millions may be skipping help with insurance bills
Millions may be skipping help with insurance bills

BlueCross BlueShield expects to shed about 112,000 people from its rolls under the change and keep about 80,000, primarily in rural areas. Millions of people could be missing out on tax credits to help them afford health insurance, the federal government announced Tuesday.

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  • Jaya continues to improve; advised further stay in Apollo
Jaya continues to improve; advised further stay in Apollo

In a statement on Sunday, Apollo Hospitals too said Jayalalithaa is responding well to the treatement given to her but has been advised a few more days stay in hospital. This is for the first time since she was admitted that the hospital has said she was being treated for infection. The latest bulletin from the hospital said the chief minister cont...

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  • After dispute, Panthers player pays $3900 auto fix bill in coins
After dispute, Panthers player pays $3900 auto fix bill in coins

I also have to break it to my son who is a fan of Mike Tolbert that he that didn't want to pay his bill. Tolbert said he initially tried to write a check, but the owner wouldn't accept it. But Tolbert said more than two months passed by, the work wasn't done and the price went up. "From the beginning, he attempted to get us to do work for fre...

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  • Former Miss Universe Alicia Machado 'Very Worried' of a Trump Presidency
Former Miss Universe Alicia Machado 'Very Worried' of a Trump Presidency

Barry Blitt, the acclaimed artist who painted this slice of divinity (and many other legendary New Yorker covers ), wanted to hone in on what he feels is Trump's "Achilles heel": his misogyny. The images, posted this week to a newspaper's website, are grainy and does not include nudity. "There are reports that Trump surrogates tonight have bee...

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  • Michelle's Place facilitates free mammograms for Breast Cancer Awareness Month
Michelle's Place facilitates free mammograms for Breast Cancer Awareness Month

The company is raising awareness and funding for the Breast Cancer Research Foundation (BCRF) through the annual campaign, which was created to further support the organization's mission to be the end of breast cancer by advancing the world's most promising research.

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  • The U.S. Is Sending 600 More Troops To Iraq
The U.S. Is Sending 600 More Troops To Iraq

John Dorrian, spokesman for Combined Joint Task Force-Operation Inherent Resolve, said in a video briefing to the Pentagon . Earlier in the day, Iraqi Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi's office announced the troop increase but didn't provide specifics, though he said it would be his country's last request for USA troops.

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  • Congress clears stopgap spending bill, $1.1B to fight Zika
Congress clears stopgap spending bill, $1.1B to fight Zika

It caps a lengthy battle over Zika spending, a months' long struggle over Flint, and late pressure to provide flood aid to Louisiana. The protest votes were no threat to the fate of the CR, which passed the House 342-85, and the Senate by a count of 72-26.

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  • NAACP head says shooting victim's history doesn't matter
NAACP head says shooting victim's history doesn't matter

Charlotte-Mecklenburg police officers used vehicles and bicycles to block intersections after the discovery of the package Tuesday afternoon. It's unclear if the package was found in the same area or if there was any connection. On the video taken by Scott's wife, the woman tells officers "He has no weapon" several times, even as officers yell at...

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  • The first baby in the world conceived by three people
The first baby in the world conceived by three people

The product of which results in nuclear DNA from the mother and mitochondrial DNA from a donor. "This produces an egg with mitochondrial DNA from the donor and nuclear DNA from the mother which is then fertilized with the father's sperm".

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  • Thai Doctors Probe Babies With Microcephaly For Zika Link
Thai Doctors Probe Babies With Microcephaly For Zika Link

US and worldwide health officials have advised pregnant women to avoid travel to Latin American and Caribbean countries, sections of Miami, Florida in the United States and Singapore where they may be exposed to Zika. Based on current research, greater than 90 percent of all pregnant women who test positive for Zika will deliver an infant free from...

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  • NYPD cop had no 'justification' for shooting Small
NYPD cop had no 'justification' for shooting Small

It shows Small walking across two lanes of traffic to get to Isaac's driver-side window, and one second later is seen staggering backward before collapsing. "I am grateful to the attorney general in getting this indictment", Small's widow, Winona Hauser Small, said in a statement, according to the Daily News.

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