• Mike Pence chides 'Obamacare' at Mesa rally
Mike Pence chides 'Obamacare' at Mesa rally

Trump, was campaigning in Jacksonville as part of a two-day Florida swing. A vacancy exists on the nine-member court after the death of conservative Justice Antonin Scalia earlier this year, while two elder justices may soon retire - potentially allowing the next president to tip the balance toward a more liberal or a more conservative court.

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  • Obama commutes sentence of Bradenton rapper Tampa Tony
Obama commutes sentence of Bradenton rapper Tampa Tony

Obama has long called for phasing out strict sentences for drug offenses, arguing they lead to excessive punishment and incarceration rates unseen in other developed countries. His sentence was reduced from 188 months to 120 months, or ten years. ABC News reports that nearly all of the prisoners getting commutations are nonviolent offenders, a...

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  • Judge issues gag order, recesses officer's trial for weekend
Judge issues gag order, recesses officer's trial for weekend

The Enquirer withdrew its request amid the recess break. These requests were not withdrawn. Jurors at a former policeman's murder trial on Friday viewed a cellphone video that stunned the nation, showing officer Michael Slager firing eight shots at the back of an unarmed black man who was running away.

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  • Supreme Court to rule in Virginia transgender case
Supreme Court to rule in Virginia transgender case

The case involves a 17-year-old transgender student named Gavin Grimm , who is biologically female but identifies as male. The case, which should be heard this term, marks the first time the Supreme Court has considered the controversial issue playing out across the country, most notably in North Carolina , where the Justice Department has f...

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  • Man in Bronx dies after police subdue him with stun gun
Man in Bronx dies after police subdue him with stun gun

Police performed CPR at the scene Wednesday and transported the man to the hospital, where he was pronounced dead after apparently suffering cardiac arrest. Family members came to the scene to put up a memorial and to say Galarza was not the man he was being portrayed to be. Mildred Galarza claims her brother, 49-year-old Ariel Galarza, would nev...

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  • Trial of officer seen on video shooting black man starting
Trial of officer seen on video shooting black man starting

This empty lot is where Walter Scott was shot on April 4, 2015. Slager stopped Scott, 50, for driving with a broken rear brake light. Unlike other officer use-of-force cases, local, state and federal officials moved quickly to terminate the Slager's employment and to file criminal and civil rights charges against him.

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  • Davis' big night sends No. 17 Broncos past Ball State, 52-20
Davis' big night sends No. 17 Broncos past Ball State, 52-20

They also climbed from 20th to 18th on the Amway Coaches Poll as they prepare for Tuesday night's game in Muncie, Ind ., against Ball State. Containing Western Michigan's offense isn't going to be easy, but Ball State has to find a way to keep Franklin and Bogan in check.

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  • Pentagon seeks funds for new ad campaign to attract recruits
Pentagon seeks funds for new ad campaign to attract recruits

Carter's announcement came during a speech at City College of NY, where he told students that "one opportunity some of you may not have considered, is serving our country by serving in the military". The branding campaign is the newest piece of the larger "force of the future" personnel reform and talent management effort that Carter launched pre...

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  • Amber Alert issued for 10-year-old girl
Amber Alert issued for 10-year-old girl

Search dogs have been walking the perimeter set up around the church since Gomez was reported missing, while the Federal Bureau of Investigation has sent support from its field office in Dallas. An FBI task force will be at the campus to investigate the situation. A prayer vigil will be held at Bullard City Hall, Wednesday night, at 7:00 p.m.

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  • Parents report 2 cases of Halloween candy tampering
Parents report 2 cases of Halloween candy tampering

Authorities are looking for someone who put a nail into Halloween candy for a trick-or-treater. Police have no suspects at this time and the investigation is ongoing. Christiansburg Police are urging parents to examine their children's candy before consumption. Parents can also check in with a dentist to have the candy x-rayed.

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  • Antetokounmpo lifts Bucks past winless Pelicans 117-113
Antetokounmpo lifts Bucks past winless Pelicans 117-113

New Orleans suffered a home loss to Golden State and dropped a road contest at San Antonio on consecutive nights Friday and Saturday. The 23-year-old's 148 total points are the most in National Basketball Association history through the first four games of the season by a player whose team lost all of those games, according to ESPN Stats and I...

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  • Pipeline blast could send gas prices back up
Pipeline blast could send gas prices back up

The south-eastern US is " highly dependent on pipeline supplies from Colonial and, ultimately, Colonial flows form the baseline of the US East Coast supply", Robert Campbell, head of oil products research at Energy Aspects in NY, said in a note.

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  • New Wikileaks reveal Clinton team scrambling to 'dump all those e-mails'
New Wikileaks reveal Clinton team scrambling to 'dump all those e-mails'

One of those emails has generated a lot of interest in conservative circles because - conservatives say - it shows that polls are being systematically biased in Clinton's favor. "She's nervous so prepping more and performing better". They said she did not attend the Clinton Foundation meeting in Morocco. Emails published by WikiLeaks have rev...

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  • Abedin lawyer says Clinton aide will cooperate
Abedin lawyer says Clinton aide will cooperate

On Tuesday, the speaker seemed to want credit for not campaigning with Trump, even as he made it known that he'd voted for him. Ryan's remarks came just weeks after he abruptly stopped campaigning for Trump in the wake of a controversial 2005 recording in which the GOP nominee discussed groping women.

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  • Trump may have used illegal scheme to avoid paying taxes
Trump may have used illegal scheme to avoid paying taxes

It's a little complicated but boiled down the "stock-for-debt swap," as it's known in the business is basically a means of double dipping. Monday's report elaborates on the Times' earlier tax report, and comes just a week before Election Day.

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  • FBI Director Comey Opposed Naming Russia in Hacking Probe
FBI Director Comey Opposed Naming Russia in Hacking Probe

He wrongly let her off in July & he wrongly stuck it to her Friday. "However, the fact remains that the director's disclosure has invited considerable, uninformed public speculation about the significance of newly-discovered material just days before a national election".

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  • Top Clinton aide calls FBI move 'unprecedented'
Top Clinton aide calls FBI move 'unprecedented'

Trump's campaign hopes that frustrated working-class voters across the Midwest will tip states like MI or Wisconsin his way, especially if he benefits from reduced enthusiasm for Clinton in African-American strongholds like Detroit and Milwaukee.

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  • Colonial shuts down gas pipeline after blast in Alabama; several injured
Colonial shuts down gas pipeline after blast in Alabama; several injured

That rupture led to gasoline shortages across the South. He tells us he just spoke to the EMA Director Art Faulkner about 20 minutes ago. The resulting fire sparked several fires in tinder-dry brush and officials said at least 31 acres burned.

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  • Kellyanne Conway Admits At Least One Trump Supporter Is Deplorable
Kellyanne Conway Admits At Least One Trump Supporter Is Deplorable

Trump campaign manager Kellyanne Conway lashed out at CNN's Jake Tapper on Sunday for asking questions about how Donald Trump has attracted supporters who were racists , misogynists, xenophobes and anti-Semites . She later said it was just in response to protesters giving her the salute. In a recent interview, he also expressed fears that Tru...

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  • Kentucky voters with medical emergencies able to cast absentee ballots now
Kentucky voters with medical emergencies able to cast absentee ballots now

Voters do not have to choose candidates for all offices. Learn about all the issues and candidates on the ballot. Early voting kicked off Monday, and the flow of voters has been constant, said Tena O'Brien, Benton County Clerk. Ballots went out last week, and Democrats have been increasing their advantage over Republicans as people cast their vot...

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