• Big victories for legal pot, but path ahead is uncertain
Big victories for legal pot, but path ahead is uncertain

As of this morning in ME, the "yes" vote leads by less than 1 point with 98% of precincts reporting. With more than half the country legalizing marijuana , the feds find themselves in a position where they simply can't enforce prohibition any more.

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  • Zika Can Survive on Hard Surfaces for Hours
Zika Can Survive on Hard Surfaces for Hours

In October 2015, Brazil reported an association between Zika virus infection and microcephaly. Other South-east Asian countries have reported dozens of Zika infected cases including Singapore where 450 Zika cases have been reported in 2016.

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  • Trump now praises Electoral College
Trump now praises Electoral College

U.S. Senate Barbara Boxer sponsored a legislation to abolish the Electoral College in the presidential elections. With Hillary Clinton poised to win the popular vote by roughly two million votes based on current projections, representing the second time in 16 years the victor of the popular vote didn't emerge victorious, Sen.

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  • NFL Superstar Seeks To Quash Sex Tape
NFL Superstar Seeks To Quash Sex Tape

The Smoking Gun reports that the court filing stated Miller and Ruiz, an aspiring model/actress, "engaged in consensual intercourse" on vacation in Cancun this past June. Days after being contacted by Blatt, Miller's agent received a letter from Corey Boddie, a lawyer representing Ruiz. The suit alleges that the woman said she wanted to be the "...

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  • Rams' Jeff Fisher says DE Robert Quinn 'feeling much better' after hospitalization
Rams' Jeff Fisher says DE Robert Quinn 'feeling much better' after hospitalization

He played in the Rams' 9-6 road victory over the New York Jets on Sunday. "He gone be okay". Rams coach Jeff Fisher is expected to provide an update on Quinn's status when he speaks to reporters at 5 p.m. "Something happened between the time we got back last night and this morning, but we're very encouraged", Fisher said . Quinn missed the O...

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  • US should consider Beijing-backed Asia-Pacific trade deal - China paper
US should consider Beijing-backed Asia-Pacific trade deal - China paper

At a meeting of the House of Councillors special committee on the TPP on Monday, Prime Minister Shinzo Abe revealed that he has been invited to the Peru summit by the administration of U.S. Obama had framed the TPP, which excludes China, as part of his "pivot to Asia" and as an effort to write Asia's trade rules before Beijing could. "For America...

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  • Boeing to cut some jobs, move others, in efficiency effort
Boeing to cut some jobs, move others, in efficiency effort

Louis, and Huntsville, Ala. The company said the moves will reduce facility space by about 4.5 million square feet. St. Louis should gain about 500 jobs through the consolidation. "Making better use of our facilities will enhance efficiency and promote greater collaboration", Caret added. "These jobs will be a big win, for the company, for our ec...

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  • Early detection can prevent vision loss from diabetic retinopathy
Early detection can prevent vision loss from diabetic retinopathy

Studies showed that awareness and key lifestyle changes such as being active and eating a healthy, balanced diet could prevent those at risk from developing diabetes, De Lille said. According to the IDF , Africa has the highest proportion of people with diabetes that are not diagnosed, while Europe has the highest prevalence of children with type ...

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  • Schneider: Make deer season's opening day on Saturday every year
Schneider: Make deer season's opening day on Saturday every year

The Indiana Department of Natural Resources says hunters who kill deer in Dearborn County north of State Road 48 between now and November 27 must take them to a DNR check station to be sampled for bovine TB. The projection is based off antlerless permits available and zones that allow more than one deer to be taken. DE hunting licenses come with fo...

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  • Suspended BJP leader and MP Kirti Azad's wife Poonam joins AAP
Suspended BJP leader and MP Kirti Azad's wife Poonam joins AAP

Poonam was serving as a spokesperson of the Delhi BJP unit and has served as its vice-president in the past. Kirti Azad had charged Arun Jaitley of indulging in anti-party activities and had accused him of "colluding" with Congress and AAP to bring it into "disrepute".

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  • Donald Trump Says He Can Challenge Hillary Clinton in New States
Donald Trump Says He Can Challenge Hillary Clinton in New States

Among the Electoral College, Clinton is projected to receive 296 votes to Trump's 241. It also had a margin of error of plus or minus 3 percentage points. At a rally in Hershey, Pennsylvania on Friday, Trump told the crowd that if he spoke the way Obama did to the protester, they would say, "He became unhinged!" Real Clear Politics projects 216...

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  • Donald Trump's Muslim ban promise removed from campaign website
Donald Trump's Muslim ban promise removed from campaign website

We are citizens of this great nation'". "Donald Trump might just be the end of the liberal democratic order". They voted because different issues were more important to them. "He's elected, he said some frightful things, now we have to see what his policies are". "But we need active community leaders". American-Muslims are genuinely fearful.

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  • Trump's Supreme Court list includes former reporter
Trump's Supreme Court list includes former reporter

Trump's surprising triumph vindicates Republican senators, who refused to act on President Barack Obama's nomination of Judge Merrick B. Garland, saying the choice of a new Supreme Court justice should belong to the next president. He joined them and wrote the majority opinion finding that gay couples have a constitutional right to marry; in fact, ...

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  • Legalization movement faces biggest test yet in 9 states
Legalization movement faces biggest test yet in 9 states

The Sunshine State will begin issuing identification cards for patients and registering dispensaries and cultivation facilities by October. Colorado, where stores began legally selling recreational pot in 2014, reported nearly $1 billion in legal pot sales a year ago.

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  • Colorado projected to pass 'Aid-in-Dying' measure proposition 106
Colorado projected to pass 'Aid-in-Dying' measure proposition 106

It also requires that people be capable of taking the medication unassisted, and stipulates that patients can rescind a request for life-ending medication at any time during the process. She ended her life in OR that year. The individual must be deemed mentally competent and two doctors must diagnosis the person as having six months or fewer to liv...

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  • Arizona Sheriff Joe Arpaio ousted
Arizona Sheriff Joe Arpaio ousted

Arpaio will soon face criminal charges from federal prosecutors over his immigration patrols. Penzone said there are likely many factors that played into his victory and the ouster of Arpaio. They will make the final call Tuesday when polls open at 7 a.m. and close at 7 p.m. Voters can also drop off their early ballots at polling places.

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  • Russia's parliament applauds news of Donald Trump victory
Russia's parliament applauds news of Donald Trump victory

Liberal Democrat boss Vladimir Zhirinovsky meanwhile said: "We will make up Mr Trump a telegram of congratulations: Dear Donald, we congratulate you on a well-deserved victory". Governments in Britain, China, Germany, Israel, Japan, Russia and Turkey all congratulated Trump and said they would work with him. "Trump is the pioneer of a new autho...

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  • Trump beats the odds in shock win
Trump beats the odds in shock win

His supporters said they were deeply dissatisfied with the federal government and eager for change, according to the exit polls conducted by Edison Research for national media outlets. While her speech was for everyone, it was especially for the millions of American women who hoped Clinton would be the first female president in the White ...

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  • Voter registration system down in parts of state
Voter registration system down in parts of state

Almost half of Florida's 12.9 million active registered voters have cast ballots ahead of Tuesday's election as early voting comes to an end. The Denver Elections Division confirmed the outage in Denver and several other parts of the state to Mic in a phone interview.

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  • USA election 2016: Trump clan supports Donald Trump as he becomes president
USA election 2016: Trump clan supports Donald Trump as he becomes president

She congratulated us - it's about us - on our victory. I mean that very sincerely. "I hope people will accept his apology, as I have, and focus on the important issues facing our national and the world". "You know I'm automatically attracted to beautiful, I just start kissing them". Now Trump thanks Melania and "Don and Ivanka and Eric and Ti...

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