• Trump didn't invest more in campaign despite tightening race
Trump didn't invest more in campaign despite tightening race

His retaliation against the media, and his supporters angry outbursts, led the Committee to Protect Journalists to condemn an American presidential candidate, saying a Trump presidency would threaten press freedom here and overseas. Clinton's support among women is nearly double that of Trump, 50-26 percent, according to the survey. Trump's cla...

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  • Game growth, movie tie-ins help Hasbro to record revenue
Game growth, movie tie-ins help Hasbro to record revenue

Hasbro told shareholders that it earned $2.03 per share, while analysts were anticipating just $1.74 per share. On a per-share basis, the Pawtucket, Rhode Island-based company said it had profit of $2.03. Hasbro's games category also grew, with revenue up 13 percent due to strong sales of Pie Face, Magic: The Gathering, and Duel Masters. To...

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  • New survey finds more United States cities protecting LGBTQ rights
New survey finds more United States cities protecting LGBTQ rights

The average score is 55. The average city score was 55 points , according to the HRC. "Boston has been a leader in advancing LGBTQ rights at a local level, a fact reflected in its membership in this exceptional group of municipalities earning flawless scores every year since the inception of our Municipal Equality Index ", HRC president Chad ...

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  • With Election Day weeks away, party rift deepens
With Election Day weeks away, party rift deepens

The Trump campaign in OH has broken ties to the state GOP chair, Matt Borges. due to continuous criticism by Borges of Trump and the Trump campaign. "This past week, Chairman Borges conduced a self-promotional media tour with state and national outlets to criticize our party's nominee".

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  • 3 arrested in plot targeting Somalis in Kansas
3 arrested in plot targeting Somalis in Kansas

Law enforcement sought to reassure Somalis and other immigrants in Garden City of their safety the day after the arrest of three men accused in the bomb plot. Although authorities had been monitoring the group for months through a paid informant, police moved in Tuesday after Allen's girlfriend called Liberal, Kan., police to report a domestic ba...

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  • West Virginia Voter Registration Deadline Is Tuesday
West Virginia Voter Registration Deadline Is Tuesday

With less than four weeks until one of the most contentious presidential elections in recent memory, the North Shore has seen record numbers of people register to vote. And it also gives Facebook more demographic info on its users, which helps it better target ads. "We encourage those displaced by Hurricane Matthew to take advantage of same-day...

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  • 22 homes destroyed in northern Nevada wildfire
22 homes destroyed in northern Nevada wildfire

The wildland blazes forced the closures of numerous schools and roads, and triggered widespread power outages near the Nevada-California line. The fire was first reported shortly after 1:30 a.m. Those evacuated should go to South Lake Tahoe Recreation Center for shelter. The blaze between Reno and Carson City was only 5 percent contained, fire ...

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  • GOP senator: Trump's comments forced me to pull endorsement
GOP senator: Trump's comments forced me to pull endorsement

By contrast, he said, Portman's life story has been one of "wealth, power and privilege". "I applaud the senator calling attention to this bad scourge of drug addiction", Mr. When they arrived for the debate, the candidates were greeted by pro-Portman pickets in front of the TV station, who faced pro-Strickland pickets on the city hall side of Bo...

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  • North Carolina governor: Flooded historic town will get help
North Carolina governor: Flooded historic town will get help

Haddix cited issues residents face with the stench and water contamination from these hog farms, and "the very predictable and foreseeable results of extreme weather on these incredibly concentrated number of hog and poultry operations, their unsustainable waste disposal systems...." This is not the first time Princeville has experienced experien...

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  • Judge dismisses Newtown families' lawsuit against gunmaker
Judge dismisses Newtown families' lawsuit against gunmaker

A judge officially dismissed a lawsuit against the maker of one of the guns used in the Sandy Hook tragedy on Friday. A CT judge dismissed a lawsuit filed by the families of those killed in the Newtown Elementary School mass shooting against the maker of the Bushmaster assault-style rifle Adam Lanza used in the massacre.

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  • At Clinton rally, Obama to try to tie Republicans to Trump
At Clinton rally, Obama to try to tie Republicans to Trump

I got to give him credit", he said, speaking at Ohio Democrats' annual dinner. "But he didn't come out of nowhere". "And that's why we've got to win this election at every level". "This is a guy who spent all his time hanging around trying to convince everybody he was a global elite", Obama said. OH is one of just a handful of toss-up states that c...

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  • Obama: Republicans deserve no credit for disavowing Trump
Obama: Republicans deserve no credit for disavowing Trump

Constitution. While in Ohio, Obama will be rallying for Democratic nominee on Friday in Cleveland . As polls continue to show OH is largely a tossup in the presidential race , Obama is spending two days in the battleground state, one that is vital for Trump to earn the 270 electoral votes needed to win on November 8.

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  • Orange home invasion, murder suspects held without bail
Orange home invasion, murder suspects held without bail

Ninety-five-year-old Thomas Harty was found dead in his Orange, Massachusetts home on Wednesday, October 5. Harty was killed in the attack; Fisher was seriously injured. Authorities say the couple's vehicle was stolen after the murder, and was later found in Augusta County. Hart and Smith are charged with murder, attempted murder, armed robbery, ...

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  • Florida death penalty sentencing system unconstitutional, state Supreme Court says
Florida death penalty sentencing system unconstitutional, state Supreme Court says

The Florida Legislature passed a law earlier this year requiring a jury vote of at least 10-2 for a person to be sentenced to death, revising a previous statute that required only a bare majority of jurors to agree. " Florida law allows juries in capital cases to recommend a sentence of death, or life in prison without parole - but it is the jud...

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  • Trump slams groping allegations as false, politically motivated
Trump slams groping allegations as false, politically motivated

Back in New Hampshire, Michelle Obama said, "Enough is enough". The Trump campaign's reaction was swift and unequivocal. Trump questioned the timing of her report , reminding the crowd that he was popular through his show " The Apprentice " at the time the alleged attack happened.

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  • Something is happening: Bob Dylan wins Nobel in literature
Something is happening: Bob Dylan wins Nobel in literature

Although long rumored as a contender for the prize, Dylan was far down the list of predicted winners, which included such renown writers as Haruki Murakami and Ngugi wa Thiong'o. His influence on contemporary music is profound, and he is the object of a steady stream of secondary literature. "Dylan is the brilliant inheritor of the bardic traditi...

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  • Some Liberty University students rebel against Falwell over Trump
Some Liberty University students rebel against Falwell over Trump

Burnett pressed him on whether he could forgive Trump if he had lied about grabbing women's breasts and genitals. "You're saying if... if he murdered somebody, would I forgive him?" Whereas Jerry Falwell Jr ., has endorsed Donald Trump and emerged as his most prominent surrogate in the Evangelical world, his brother [Jonathan] hasn't taken a...

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  • WHO urges countries to raise taxes on sugary drinks
WHO urges countries to raise taxes on sugary drinks

Almost 11% of men and 15% of women - a whopping 500 million people - are obese. In addition, an estimated 42 million children aged under five years were overweight or obese in 2015, an increase of about 11 million during the past 15 years.

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  • Judge declines to declare mistrial in Rose case
Judge declines to declare mistrial in Rose case

In Hernandez's note, which was submitted by the plaintiff's attorney in an attempt to convince the judge to keep the alleged victim's name out of Rose's trial, Hernandez insisted she would be able to offer anonymity to people who came forward to accuse others of rape.

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  • Infant Dies After Falling Down Coney Island Elevator Shaft, Police Say
Infant Dies After Falling Down Coney Island Elevator Shaft, Police Say

When the doors opened, the woman stepped forward and both she and the stroller fell down the shaft and landed on the elevator auto, which was out of service eight stories below, police said. "My heart is really bleeding for them", said the bus matron and mother of four. She said that the building had another problems including damaged stairwell...

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