• More women accuse Donald Trump of sexual misconduct
More women accuse Donald Trump of sexual misconduct

In an appearance Friday on Fox News, Republican vice presidential candidate Pence blamed the news media for what he characterized as an obsession with "unsubstantiated" claims by Trump's accusers. Davidoff told the Post he remembers that McGillivray pulled him aside moments after the alleged incident and told him, "'Donald just grabbed my ass!'"A...

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  • Email: Clinton campaign sought to cancel Wall Street speech
Email: Clinton campaign sought to cancel Wall Street speech

Trump also took a fresh shot at Clinton's health, saying that she would not, like him, be able to stand and deliver a raucous speech for an hour in a boiling hot livestock shed that was hosting his rally. The administration has cited executive privilege in order to keep the emails private. "Oh, and she asked for and received immunity from prosecuti...

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  • Diplomats forge new track to end Syria violence but no truce
Diplomats forge new track to end Syria violence but no truce

Britain and the United States said on Sunday they were considering additional sanctions against Syrian President Bashar al-Assad and his supporters, and called on Russian Federation to help end the Syrian conflict. Johnson and Kerry said sanctions could be applied against Syria and its supporters. The talks in Lausanne opened less than two week...

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  • Religious leaders slam Clinton campaign over emails
Religious leaders slam Clinton campaign over emails

Emails show close ties between Hillary Clinton's presidential campaign and the Democratic Party long before she wrapped up the nomination. A few days later, in emails dated September 7 and 8, Tanden described frustration over Clinton's lack of an apology, saying that if she emailed the presidential candidate, "she will dismiss it out of hand...

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  • Israel suspends cooperation with UNESCO over Jerusalem draft
Israel suspends cooperation with UNESCO over Jerusalem draft

The resolution continued to refer to the Temple Mount/Holy Sanctuary exclusively by its Islamic name, Haram al Sharif , and referred to the Western Wall Plaza in quotation marks, referring to it first as the Al-Buraq Plaza, its Islamic name.

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  • Korea say latest N. Korea missile launch fails
Korea say latest N. Korea missile launch fails

The DPRK has claimed it already secured a nuclear missile technology capable of striking the USA mainland. The Pentagon said the missile launch did not pose a threat to North America. Last month, Kim's government warned if the Obama administration continued to pursue sanctions the U.S. would be inviting a "merciless nuclear strike which will lead...

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  • BRICS leaders vow to speed global recovery, fight terrorism
BRICS leaders vow to speed global recovery, fight terrorism

The BRICS said it supports the strengthening of worldwide cooperation against corruption, including through the BRICS Anti-Corruption Working Group, as well as on matters related to asset recovery and persons sought for corruption. Speaking at the summit, Myanmar's State Counsellor and Foreign Minister Aung San Suu Kyi said that the Bimstec region ...

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  • Ryan plugs GOP campaign agenda, but no mention of Trump
Ryan plugs GOP campaign agenda, but no mention of Trump

Ryan. "That's why I think more people who voted for Sanders will ultimately vote for Trump than will vote for Clinton". As for Garrett, the seven-term incumbent said Saturday that he was "appalled" by Trump's comments and called Pence "the best nominee for the Republican Party to defeat Hillary Clinton".

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  • Putin, Erdogan discussed Russian air defence supplies to Turkey
Putin, Erdogan discussed Russian air defence supplies to Turkey

The Russian Minister of the Interior, Sergey Lavrov, noticed his colleague fall asleep but seemingly chose not to wake him up. Liza Peskova was pictured in a swimsuit bathing in Antalya accompanied by headlines such as 'Welcome to Turkey!' Liza Peskova was pictured in a swimsuit bathing in Antalya in south-west Turkey under headlines such as 'W...

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  • Kerry says Yemen's Houthis have released 2 American citizens
Kerry says Yemen's Houthis have released 2 American citizens

Earlier last week, a US warship fired Tomahawk missiles into Yemen to destroy three radar sites that played a role in the first two attacks. Officials initially said surface-to-surface missiles had been fired at the USS Mason , USS Nitze and USS Ponce from around 7.30pm GMT.

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  • Trump on India: 'We're going to be best friends'
Trump on India: 'We're going to be best friends'

Big, big fan... Under a Trump administration, we are going to become even better friends. Trump even made history of sorts as the first presidential candidate to directly address the community; in his partisan speech that lasted almost 13 minutes, he began by claiming he was "a big fan of Hindus, and a big fan of India".

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  • May urged to reveal Brexit plan as lawmakers push for vote
May urged to reveal Brexit plan as lawmakers push for vote

Mr. Tusk, who will be chairing the meeting, has already said that the Brexit negotiations will be "in the first instance, painful for Britons". "There are opportunities both for the United Kingdom and for the European Union with the decision to leave and so we now need to come together, work together effectively to agree on a new arrangement, a n...

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  • US, UK say they're weighing new sanctions on Syria, Russia
US, UK say they're weighing new sanctions on Syria, Russia

Sergey Lavrov, Russia's foreign minister, said after the talks he had pressed for a "political process" to end the conflict to begin "as soon as possible", while Kerry said they had talked about new ideas for a ceasefire . The Russian and Syrian bombing of Aleppo, once a city of 2.3 million near the northwestern border with Turkey, has eased onl...

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  • Chibok schoolgirls reunited with families
Chibok schoolgirls reunited with families

Also on Sunday, a presidential spokesman said a splinter branch of Boko Haram is now willing to negotiate the release of 83 more of the girls. "We must not make comments that will make the release of these girls hard or impossible", he said.

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  • Two Americans Held in Yemen Freed
Two Americans Held in Yemen Freed

Kerry isn't identifying the Americans by name. Peace talks broke down two months ago, at which point Saudi forces, backed by the USA, increased airstrikes, but Kerry said he had spoken with Saudi diplomats and the United Nations envoy to Yemen.

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  • Clinton jumps to double-digit lead over Trump
Clinton jumps to double-digit lead over Trump

Trump continues to trail sharply among women and minorities and those numbers point to a loss in Florida barring a significant late improvement", said Kevin Wagner , an associate professor of political science at FAU in a statement. Clinton held one of her largest rallies ever Monday night, drawing more than 18,000 supporters to Ohio State Uni...

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  • Voter registration ends Friday
Voter registration ends Friday

Also on the website, voters can access personalized election information, including their Voter Information Guide, their assigned polling place, and their mail ballot status by using the award winning My Elections (M.E.) Gateway application.

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  • Gun Battle at LA Restaurant Leaves 3 Dead, 12 Wounded
Gun Battle at LA Restaurant Leaves 3 Dead, 12 Wounded

Take our online survey. Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti released a statement saying he was certain police would get to the bottom of the incident. A man and a woman are in custody over the shooting, which occurred shortly after midnight in southwest Los Angeles , a police spokesman, Officer Mike Lopez, said.

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  • Turkey Defies Baghdad and States It Will Remain in Iraq
Turkey Defies Baghdad and States It Will Remain in Iraq

Abadi had earlier said his country did not "want to enter into a military confrontation with Turkey" and that the "behavior of the Turkish leadership is not acceptable by any standard". Turkey-Iraq relations became strained after Ankara sent troops late a year ago to the region of Bashiqa , northeast of Mosul, to train anti-IS fighters there - a m...

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  • Clinton leads Trump by seven points
Clinton leads Trump by seven points

First lady Michelle Obama criticized Trump in scathing terms in a campaign speech for Clinton in New Hampshire on Thursday. "This race will likely come down to 100,000 votes in OH, probably 1.5-3.5 percentage points, and our campaign has the resources and enthusiasm we need to win for Mr.

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