• McCarthy Seeks to Heighten Debate Expectations for Clinton
McCarthy Seeks to Heighten Debate Expectations for Clinton

The poll also shows that 49 percent of voters think Clinton will perform better in Monday night's first presidential debate and 39 percent think Trump will do better. The stakes will be even higher than in the WrestleMania event where Trump shaved his vanquished opponent's head: Polls show Clinton and Trump neck and neck, and according to the...

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  • Tropical wave approaches Lesser Antilles
Tropical wave approaches Lesser Antilles

An Air Force Hurricane Hunter aircraft is scheduled to investigate the disturbance Tuesday. As of 8:00 a.m., invest 97L is located 1100 miles east-southeast of the islands and is continuing to show more organization, according to the National Hurricane Center.

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  • Debate Night: Clinton, Trump set for high-stakes showdown
Debate Night: Clinton, Trump set for high-stakes showdown

Clinton entered and exited the hotel through a back entrance and her van positioned so that she did not have to walk through the lobby to get to the conference center hosting her prep. "These two candidates have very different ideas on these two areas, and an upper hand on Tuesday morning for either candidate could provide movement".

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  • Israel military: Palestinian killed after a stabbing soldier
Israel military: Palestinian killed after a stabbing soldier

Israel has in turn repeatedly accused Abbas of failing to condemn the wave of Palestinian attacks on Israeli civilians and security forces that erupted late past year, and says his PA hierarchy presides over incitement to terror and violence against Israel.

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  • Johnson, Chappell tied for Tour Championship lead
Johnson, Chappell tied for Tour Championship lead

On 17, Johnson's second shot with a 9-iron clipped tree branches, leaving him 60 yards to the hole in the left rough. Chappell has yet to win on the PGA Tour, but held his nerve impressively on Saturday in a bogey-free round, while McIlroy - the victor of the Deutsche Bank Championship earlier this month - was at his brilliant best when it came...

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  • 6 injured in stabbings in Boston Theater District, police say
6 injured in stabbings in Boston Theater District, police say

As of Sunday afternoon, there were no arrests, and no information had been made publicly available about the suspect, but police told the Globe that the suspect had been identified. Some of the wounds were knife wounds, others were because people were stabbed with bottles, O'Rourke said. The school asked students to report any suspicious activit...

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  • India On 'Vilification Campaign' Says Pak After PM Modi's Scathing Attack
India On 'Vilification Campaign' Says Pak After PM Modi's Scathing Attack

On Wednesday, Pakistani Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif told the UN General Assembly that Pakistan wanted peace but New Delhi was an obstacle to talks. He said that Pakistan is exporting terrorism across the world adding that India has been successful in isolating Pakistan, and will intensify its efforts so that the country is completely isolated...

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  • North Korea vows in UN speech to strengthen nuclear forces
North Korea vows in UN speech to strengthen nuclear forces

Yun emphasized that North Korea, in contrast to the South, "has failed" because of its "fanatical and reckless pursuit of nuclear and missile programs". The assassination plan could be implemented if the threat of North Korean nuclear capacities reached a certain point, CNN reports. Then again, when he announced that North Korea had successfully ...

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  • New York Times endorses Clinton for president
New York Times endorses Clinton for president

Several newspaper editorial boards that have traditionally, some nearly faithfully, gone for the Republican candidate have endorsed the Democratic nominee this time around. The New Hampshire Union Leader endorsed libertarian Gary Johnson, after endorsing Republican candidates for a century. Also in Texas, The Houston Chronicle endorsed Cli...

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  • Pak-Russia joint military drills started
Pak-Russia joint military drills started

However, the information was later taken off from the TASS website. Moscow/Islamabad, Sep 23 Even as Russian troops arrived in Pakistan for the first-ever joint military exercise by the Cold War rivals, Moscow has said it sees no reason for India to be concerned over the drill.

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  • Drown, 150 Rescued from Capsized Migrant Boat off Egypt
Drown, 150 Rescued from Capsized Migrant Boat off Egypt

Authorities added that they had issued a warrant for five more people connected with the tragedy. At least 42 bodies have been recovered from the sea after the disaster off the Egyptian coast on Wednesday. While officials aren't sure where the boat was headed, they believed it may have been going to Italy. He identified the skipper of the fis...

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  • JonBenét Ramsey's Brother Is Suing CBS
JonBenét Ramsey's Brother Is Suing CBS

Should the suit go forward, it could either lead to clarity - through a thorough examination of CBS's investigative work - or only further mire the tragedy in distraction and uncertainty. Burke's attorney believes the conclusion reached by the CBS show's panel of experts will haunt the remainder of the 29-year-old's life. They claim that the r...

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  • Militants Carried Out 350 Attacks Against Syrian Army After Start of Ceasefire
Militants Carried Out 350 Attacks Against Syrian Army After Start of Ceasefire

Foreign Minister Jean-Marc Ayrault was also critical of Washington , accusing it of excluding its allies from the diplomatic search for a solution to the conflict. Approximately 300 rebels and their families in the last rebel-held neighbourhood of Al-Waer were evacuated north, after accepting amnesty and surrendering to Assad's forces.

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  • CDC: 3 Miami businesses epicenter of 1st US Zika outbreak
CDC: 3 Miami businesses epicenter of 1st US Zika outbreak

But aerial spraying alone doesn't work, Frieden said . The Department of Health (DOH) announced 6 new cases of Zika virus on Tuesday, September 20. Thanks to a new, dedicated lab in Sarasota County, Hancock and his co-workers will no longer have to wait. Just under 900 people in the state of Florida have tested positive for the Zika virus.

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  • Netanyahu to Meet With Clinton, Trump on Sunday
Netanyahu to Meet With Clinton, Trump on Sunday

The sun rose this morning, and that means the Clinton campaign has produced another negative television ad attacking GOP nominee Donald TrumpDonald TrumpClinton postpones trip to Charlotte No Fortune 100 CEOs back Trump Trump, Clinton to meet with Netanyahu Sunday MORE, rather than telling voters why how their lives would improve by electing Hill...

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  • Jill Stein visits CCSU, urges students to use their power
Jill Stein visits CCSU, urges students to use their power

They considered the debate an opportunity to revitalize their campaigns and obtain the exposure needed to win in the general election. With the first national presidential debate right around the corner, people are wondering how the next four years are going to be for the United States .

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  • Falcons' Jones: Ankle tweak won't hold me back
Falcons' Jones: Ankle tweak won't hold me back

The third-year back made a cut that caused two Falcons defenders to crash into each other. "There's some guys that are the same, but I think my emotional time with that is passed", Koetter added. "They just tried to take me away early on in the ballgame", Jones said. Coach Koetter knows that it is going to be rough at times, but says the faster...

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  • Hanjin Gets $45 Million Credit Line From KDB
Hanjin Gets $45 Million Credit Line From KDB

Hanjin has begun returning chartered vessels to their owners and had been trying to secure funds to help unload ships. Hanjin Shipping had sought bankruptcy protection earlier this month. "This will help put out the immediate fire", said Cho Byung-hee, an analyst at Kiwoom Securities Co.in Seoul. The Mission to Seafarers has now issued a global a...

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  • NY bomb suspect is formally charged
NY bomb suspect is formally charged

Federal prosecutors said Rahami bought citric acid, circuit boards, electric igniters and ball bearings this summer. The 28-year-old already faced five counts of attempted murder of police officers in New Jersey and stands accused of planting bombs in both states, including one which injured 31 people when it blew up on a busy street in Chelsea, ...

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  • PEI schools reopen after bomb threat prompts provincewide evacuation
PEI schools reopen after bomb threat prompts provincewide evacuation

RCMP cruisers are seen parked outside of Nakasuk school in Iqaluit Sept. 22, after the territory's schools were evacuated due to wide-spread bomb threats. Schools and colleges in Nova Scotia and Prince Edward Island have been evacuated following bomb threats Wednesday morning, but police are emphasizing there have been no injuries and "everyone is ...

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