• Clinton puts many Trump backers in 'basket of deplorables'
Clinton puts many Trump backers in 'basket of deplorables'

Trump's main rival for the White House, former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, hasn't addressed the issue of merit pay head-on recently, but she has said repeatedly that she's not in favor of tying teacher evaluations to test scores-also a signature Obama policy.

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  • John Hinckley Jr. released from mental hospital after more than 30 years
John Hinckley Jr. released from mental hospital after more than 30 years

Mr Reagan was shot in the lung, but recovered. Shortly before being wheeled into the operating theatre for surgery, the president, then 70, said to his wife... The clip shows chaotic scenes as a barrage of Secret Service agents storm to hold shooter Hinckley down on the ground while others rush tend to the injured.

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  • Fundraising site taken down for man charged in hot car death
Fundraising site taken down for man charged in hot car death

He said Whitaker told investigators he deposited his daughter off at school, went home to study for a promotional firefighter exam, walked the dog, drove to a nearby Publix to food shop and drove home - all the while thinking he had also dropped his son off at daycare.

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  • Clinton campaign says she left 9/11 event feeling overheated
Clinton campaign says she left 9/11 event feeling overheated

She appears to nearly fall to the floor before she is bundled into the auto and whisked away. Video emerged Sunday afternoon of the reported fainting episode. She was even jokingly challenged to show she could open a jar of pickle to prove she was in good health. She is surrounded by her Secret Service detail, and a staff member is standing next ...

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  • South Korea prepared to reduce North Korea
South Korea prepared to reduce North Korea "to ashes" if attacked

South Korea said Saturday that the North's capabilities were rapidly expanding, echoing concerns from world leaders about the latest nuclear test. The administration should have conducted detailed investigations on reports about Pakistan's shipments of Centrifuges and other technology which North Korea bought and which has today presented the Uni...

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  • Accused teen 'doctor' arrested on new charges in Virginia
Accused teen 'doctor' arrested on new charges in Virginia

Malachi Love-Robinson, 18, was arrested in Stafford, Va ., on Friday for fraudulently attempting to purchase a vehicle. Love-Robinson was with an elderly woman, allegedly his great aunt, who was going to be a co-signer, Park said, adding that when the young man said he was a doctor making $120,000 a year, it raised a red flag.

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  • Freshman QB Eason to get start for Georgia
Freshman QB Eason to get start for Georgia

Smart said the quarterback position wasn't settled. After that, it was one big, ugly scare for Smart and his No. 9 Bulldogs. The Georgia Bulldogs are in danger of losing to Nicholls State Colonels, leading just 10-7 at halftime. Eason lofted a perfectly-placed pass to McKenzie , who had beaten his man down the sideline. Not one college foot...

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  • Hillary Invokes Ronald Reagan To Attack Trump
Hillary Invokes Ronald Reagan To Attack Trump

Trump defended that one by saying: "There are many people that think that that's absolutely correct". But that factor has yet to sway this year's campaign, as Trump makes the audacious gamble that voters - disenchanted with the political establishment and wearied by 15 years of war overseas - will throw out the status quo in favor of something...

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  • Central Florida vs. MI 9/10/16
Central Florida vs. MI 9/10/16

Speight has four of those already despite mostly avoiding playing in the fourth quarter in his first two starts. On Saturday, Speight had three favorite targets - senior Jake Butt (seven receptions, 86 yards, two touchdowns), fifth-year senior Amara Darboh (five receptions, 111 yards, two touchdowns) and senior Jehu Chesson (four receptions, 84 y...

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  • ITT Tech Institute closes its doors on thousands of student veterans
ITT Tech Institute closes its doors on thousands of student veterans

The Department of Education, though, doesn't want students to give up on their studies. "I wonder if we're going to get any forgiveness or are they going to reimburse our money or anything", Permillion said. The company says the closures are due to an investigation and sanctions by the U.S. Department of Education. "Effective today, the company h...

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  • Hermine lingers offshore, brings rough waves, rip currents
Hermine lingers offshore, brings rough waves, rip currents

Storm system Hermine spun away from the U.S. East Coast on Sunday, removing the threat of heavy rain but maintaining enough power to keep beaches at risk for risky waves and currents - and off-limits to disappointed swimmers and surfers during the holiday weekend.

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  • Minnesota Democrats attempt to strip Trump from ballot
Minnesota Democrats attempt to strip Trump from ballot

As of Friday morning, Trump and Pence were listed on the sample ballot on the Secretary of State's website . Minnesota is a reliably Democratic state, having last voted for a Republican when Richard Nixon won re-election in 1972. "They are always excused, and when it goes to court, they always win". At its state convention last spring, Minneso...

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  • Wisconsin AG appeals Dassey court ruling
Wisconsin AG appeals Dassey court ruling

Dittmann. A federal judge's ruling that overturned the conviction of Brendan Dassey, who is serving a life sentence in connection with Teresa Halbach's murder, will be appealed by the Wisconsin Department of Justice. U.S. Magistrate Judge William Duffin on August 12 ruled that a jury's 2007 guilty verdict against Brendan Dassey was based on a c...

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  • Second
Second "Slender Man" suspect enters insanity plea

Weier appeared in Waukesha County Circuit Court Friday for a change of plea hearing, where her attorneys asked a judge to accept a change of plea from not guilty to not guilty by reason of mental disease or defect , CBS 58 is reporting . Both defendants later told police they were trying to either impress or avoid the wrath of Slender Man, a fict...

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  • Donald Trump Vows,
Donald Trump Vows, "I am going to get you your voice back"

Roy Wagers, a retired accountant from Commerce, Mich., said he was glad to hear Trump wanted to bring standards back to the nation. I really appreciate what he had to say. I'm going to fix it. "ISIS is carrying out a genocide against Christians in the Middle East". While many speakers focused on a list of challenges faced by socially conservative...

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  • North Dakota tribe's request to stop work on pipeline denied
North Dakota tribe's request to stop work on pipeline denied

A Las Vegas Paiute Tribe statement says its planned 4 p.m. Friday "act of peace and prayer" near the iconic Bellagio resort fountains is to show solidarity against construction of the Dakota Access Pipeline. Authorities say some protesters are armed with hatchets and knives, and Saturday's protest injured guards and dogs. On Thursday, North Dakot...

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  • Jacob Wetterling's Killer Confesses to 1989 Abduction, Murder
Jacob Wetterling's Killer Confesses to 1989 Abduction, Murder

Heinrich panicked and took out his revolver as Wetterling had his back to him. Days after the almost 27-year-old mystery of what happened to Jacob Wetterling was solved, events are being scheduled to celebrate the St. Saint James, with roughly 6,500 residents, is in Stearns County, about 15 miles west of the city of Saint Cloud, which is about 65...

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  • Stanford rapist Brock Turner already free
Stanford rapist Brock Turner already free

The registration was expected. The 21-year-old must register as a Tier III sex offender every 90 days for the rest of his life, according to the sheriff's office. "I accept the pain, you accept the punishment, and we move on". Local broadcasters showed several people protesting outside Turner's family home after his release on Friday, some of w...

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  • Goldman Sachs restricts employee political contributions
Goldman Sachs restricts employee political contributions

The new rules, first reported Tuesday by Politico , went into effect on September 1 and forbid the banking firm's partners from donating to any federal candidate who is also a sitting state or local official, among other restrictions. Goldman Sachs was not immediately available for comment when contacted by CNBC. The memo claims that the new ru...

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  • 1 injured in shooting at Texas high school
1 injured in shooting at Texas high school

The sheriff said the family of the girl who died had moved to the Alpine area about six months ago. 1 victim has been taken to hospital reports the New York Daily News. A nearby deputy entered the school, where he found the shooter dead and recovered her weapon, the station reports. Brewster County Sheriff Ronny Dodson has now told the pres...

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