• Clinton on the attack after FBI's 'deeply troubling' actions
Clinton on the attack after FBI's 'deeply troubling' actions

The concert provided some visual counter-programming to the latest email revelations weighing on Democrat nominee's race to win the White House ahead of the 8 November election. Officials familiar with the case said the messages number in the thousands and include correspondence of Abedin and Clinton - though it was unclear if Clinton was the s...

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  • Mike Pence's plane was saved by slicing through lightweight concrete blocks
Mike Pence's plane was saved by slicing through lightweight concrete blocks

As Pence's running mate, Donald Trump , later told rally guests, his VP pick was "pretty close to grave, grave danger". But Thursday night's landing wasn't a joke. Port Authority emergency personnel and other agencies are on the scene. Flights have resumed at LaGuardia Airport but many travelers were delayed following the Pence plane's skid ...

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  • Texas officials refute 'vote-flipping' after Trump tweet
Texas officials refute 'vote-flipping' after Trump tweet

Cheyenne Davis, field director for the Kansas Democratic Party, contended party affiliation is an "antiquated way" to look at voting in Kansas because so many people in the state register as Republicans in order to be able to vote in contested GOP primaries, but then don't necessarily vote Republican in the general election.

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  • Slumping Heyward back in Cubs' lineup for Game 4
Slumping Heyward back in Cubs' lineup for Game 4

Schwarber has not been cleared to play in the outfield, yet. Dealing with some questionable decisions from the plate umpire? And the Friendly Confines of Wrigley Field has a double-edged sword in its Midwestern niceness, with the stadium being the fifth-"kindest" park for visiting teams.

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  • New standoff in pipeline protest ebbs without violence
New standoff in pipeline protest ebbs without violence

The protest escalated last weekend, when demonstrators set up camp on private land along the pipeline's path that had recently been acquired by Energy Transfer Partners. A human rights group says it has sent observers to North Dakota to monitor the response of law enforcement to protesters of the Dakota Access oil pipeline.

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  • Biden says he's not interested in serving in Clinton administration
Biden says he's not interested in serving in Clinton administration

That's the total reason. Secretary of State John Kerry brokered a nuclear deal with Iran, and that's going really well too. He added that he has "a lot of things to do" than getting involved in the administration. "Anyone who works for a living should be able to see that she is by far the better choice for working people . for the middle class...

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  • No injuries after plane fire, evacuation at Chicago airport
No injuries after plane fire, evacuation at Chicago airport

An American Airlines flight caught fire on the tarmac of Chicago O'Hare Airport Friday afternoon, causing one of the airport's runways to shut down. The incident occurred as the plane was taxing the runway traveling from Chicago , Illinois to Miami, Florida, according to NBC 5 Chicago . At least six ambulances rushed to the scene.

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  • Buckeyes' Barrett can add to his Heisman resume at Penn St.
Buckeyes' Barrett can add to his Heisman resume at Penn St.

Nick Bosa and the rest of the Ohio State defensive ends will be tasked with containing both of these types of plays, by sniffing out the read option and meeting it at the line of scrimmage, and by getting to Trace McSorley when he does drop back to pass.

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  • Two Boston police officers critical after being shot
Two Boston police officers critical after being shot

Kirk Figueroa, 33, was no stranger to the law. A Ford Crown Victoria with the name of a website, Elite Policing.org, was towed from the scene by police Thursday morning. (AP Photo/Charles Krupa). Police search for a suspect after a police shooting in the East Boston neighborhood of Boston , Wednesday, Oct. 12, 2016.

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  • Trump To Open New Hotel As Clinton Campaigns In Florida
Trump To Open New Hotel As Clinton Campaigns In Florida

While there is little confidence that race relations will improve dramatically under a potential Hillary administration, there was a significant concern it could worsen under a potential Trump administration, the poll said . There are signs that many Americans aren't actually looking for dramatic changes. And she needs every vote she can g...

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  • Rodrigo Duterte Says He Wants All Foreign Troops Out Of Philippines
Rodrigo Duterte Says He Wants All Foreign Troops Out Of Philippines

Duterte made the proposal during his visit to a coast guard unit to observe an exercise from one of the patrol vessels Japan pledged to provide the Philippines to upgrade Manila's maritime security capabilities amid South China Sea disputes with Beijing.

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  • Obama mixes talk of 'mean tweets,' politics on Jimmy Kimmel
Obama mixes talk of 'mean tweets,' politics on Jimmy Kimmel

He noted that his two opponents, John McCain and Mitt Romney, were "both honorable men". Jimmy asks President Obama if he wishes he were running against Trump. Wrapping up the interview, Kimmel told Obama , sentimentally, "I want to say thank you to you for being our president". He was also asked if he'd run for a third term if it were legal...

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  • Korea agree to step up pressure on N. Korea
Korea agree to step up pressure on N. Korea

South Korea and Japan are to resume official discussions on a military intelligence sharing pact in order to jointly face up to North Korea , a Seoul official said Thursday. Yonhap reported that the bilateral accord could be sealed within this year, but oppositions are expected as Japan has yet to show its sincerity and repentance over past a...

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  • SkyWest pilot arrested for operating plane while intoxicated in Utah
SkyWest pilot arrested for operating plane while intoxicated in Utah

Transportation Security Administration officers said they smelled alcohol on the pilot as he went through the checkpoint at Rapid City Regional Airport this morning and that's when they called police, according to authorities. It was only after some passengers noticed a police officer in the gangway, speaking to a flight member, that passengers wer...

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  • Juror in Oregon militia trial dismissed for bias -judge
Juror in Oregon militia trial dismissed for bias -judge

The federal agency manages the Malheur National Wildlife Refuge in southeastern OR that a group led by Ammon Bundy took over for 41 days this winter. A defence attorney for one of the defendants on trial for the armed takeover of a federal wildlife refuge in OR has asked a judge overseeing jury deliberations to dismiss a juror over allegations of...

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  • Elizabeth Warren to Donald Trump: 'Nasty women vote'
Elizabeth Warren to Donald Trump: 'Nasty women vote'

The liberal Massachusetts Sen. Well, I've got news for you, Donald Trump - women have had it with guys like you! "The attack on Mosul is turning out to be a total disaster", tweeted Donald Trump . Underscoring Democrats' increasing confidence in the presidential race just over two weeks from Election Day, both women devoted significant portion...

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  • Man dressed as tree arrested for blocking traffic
Man dressed as tree arrested for blocking traffic

Asher Woodworth , 30, gave his reasoning to authorities at Cumberland County Jail, according to Portland police Lt. Kevin Cashman. Woodworth was covered in dozens of evergreen branches, which police removed to find his identification and make his face clear for a booking photo.

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  • Trump, with electoral path narrowing, insists he's 'winning'
Trump, with electoral path narrowing, insists he's 'winning'

In a profile piece on Kellyanne Conway that was run today on CNN , it appears that GOP presidential nominee Donald Trump likes to casually refer to the woman running his campaign as "honey". Young black voters already were solidly in her corner, and now young whites are moving her way, according to the survey by the Black Youth Project at the Uni...

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  • Actress Woodley faces January trial in pipeline protest
Actress Woodley faces January trial in pipeline protest

Kirchmeier said that includes people who live in Morton County, as well as the protestors. "Today, the Oceti Sakowin has enacted eminent domain on DAPL lands, claiming 1851 treaty rights", said Mekasi Camp-Horinek, an Oceti Sakowin camp coordinator, in a statement .

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  • Ex-Pennsylvania attorney general Kane out on bail amid appeal
Ex-Pennsylvania attorney general Kane out on bail amid appeal

She will remain in custody until she posts $75,000 cash bail, higher than she had previously posted. She resigned as Attorney General two days after her conviction .Before her sentencing, Kane broke down in tears as she pleaded with the judge not to punish her two sons, ages 15 and 14, by imprisoning their mother."I will tell you, I really don't c...

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