• Democrats Claim Trump Supporters are Intimidating Voters
Democrats Claim Trump Supporters are Intimidating Voters

But the depressed poll numbers have also led Pence to take two trips to staunchly conservative Utah, where particularly turned-off Mormon voters have turned toward alternative options, including Clinton and Independent Evan McMullin, instead of voting for Trump.

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  • Ex-contractor committed 'breathtaking' theft of secrets
Ex-contractor committed 'breathtaking' theft of secrets

The court papers offered new details about the enormous volume of information prosecutors believe Martin stole and revealed the Justice Department's concern that Martin is or could be in contact with a foreign government. Prosecutors said he has communicated with unnamed persons in Russian, and in June downloaded information on Russian and other ...

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  • National Guard Members Feel Betrayed Over Pentagon Repayment Demands
National Guard Members Feel Betrayed Over Pentagon Repayment Demands

Both of the state's senators, Democrats Dianne Feinstein and Barbara Boxer, said in a letter to Defense Secretary Ashton Carter that the Guard members accepted the payments in good faith and had "paid a heavy price for their service - including severe injuries sustained after reenlisting".

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  • Government denies secret promises to secure production deal — Nissan
Government denies secret promises to secure production deal — Nissan

In a statement May called the Nissan decision a "vote of confidence [which] shows Britain is open for business ". Didier Leroy, Toyota's chief competitive officer and executive vice president, said that he had "trust in the United Kingdom government that it will offer fair treatment" for all companies when looking to minimise the impact of B...

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  • Syrian rebels launch Aleppo offensive to break siege
Syrian rebels launch Aleppo offensive to break siege

The SOHR added that hundreds of shells and rockets had fallen on various western neighbourhoods of the city as the rebels aimed to break a siege that government and allied militias imposed in the summer with aerial support from Russian Federation.

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  • Megyn Kelly Is a Good Reporter, Not a Sex Fiend
Megyn Kelly Is a Good Reporter, Not a Sex Fiend

The past 12 months have been pretty tough on Kelly's previously buddy-buddy relationship with Fox News' favorite conservative leaders - not only did she wage a major war on Trump's sexism, but she kept noticeably quiet during the Roger Ailes scandal - making her one of only two current Fox News personalities to not voice support for their for...

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  • UN announces agreement on 72-hour Yemen cease-fire
UN announces agreement on 72-hour Yemen cease-fire

Tehran denies the charges and the conflict has stoked tensions between the rival Middle East powers. Coalition spokesman Major General Ahmed Assiri told Al-Ekhbariya state television that there had been "a certain number of violations" of the ceasefire.

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  • Senior al-Qaida figures targeted in Afghanistan drone strikes
Senior al-Qaida figures targeted in Afghanistan drone strikes

The head of US forces in Afghanistan recently said al-Qaeda remains active in Afghanistan 15 years after the 9/11 attacks. This story has not been edited by Firstpost staff and is generated by auto-feed. He had longstanding ties with Osama Bin Laden before his death in the 2011 United States raid on his Pakistan compound. Qatani, whose real nam...

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  • Turkey says barrel bombs have hit Syrian opposition fighters
Turkey says barrel bombs have hit Syrian opposition fighters

Instead Churkin, the current council president, allowed members to speak in the open session, which put a spotlight on the deep divisions that have made the U.N.'s most powerful body impotent in taking action to end the more than five-year Syrian conflict.

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  • Fox boss: We want to keep Megyn Kelly
Fox boss: We want to keep Megyn Kelly

Kelly ( Megyn , that is) has been attracting headlines for her election season work, beginning with the very first Republican candidates' debate in August 2015, when a question from her about his attitudes towards women sparked Trump's ire.

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  • Advocates share ideas, strength at domestic violence conference
Advocates share ideas, strength at domestic violence conference

The funding allocation is not new money, but is part of the $100 million announced by Turnbull soon after he toppled Tony Abbott as Prime Minister and will be presented Friday at the Council of Australia Governments (COAG) domestic violence summit in Brisbane.

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  • Hacked emails show Clinton campaign's fears about Sanders
Hacked emails show Clinton campaign's fears about Sanders

He said other senators, including Elizabeth Warren , are planning legislation to create a $15 federal minimum wage, free public college, and to aggressively address climate change. Additionally, 40 students who did not vote in the primary said they intend to vote in the general election. The more recent leaks show them saying unkind things abou...

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  • Clinton 'still not flawless in her head'
Clinton 'still not flawless in her head'

Podesta asked Clinton Campaign Manager Robby Mook in early March 2015, as the story broke in the news. But he asked Clinton campaign chairman John Podesta how to handle the Bill Clinton topic. "Apologies are like her Achilles heel". We've taken on a lot of water that won't be easy to pump out of the boat. It was March 10, a full month before...

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  • Under Armour (UA) Q3 Earnings & Revenue Beat Estimates
Under Armour (UA) Q3 Earnings & Revenue Beat Estimates

That's better than the $1.45 billion in revenue analysts polled by Zacks expected. Shares of Under Armour (NYSE:UA) traded down 14.04% on Tuesday, hitting $32.58. The company projects interest expense of about $30 million for the year, down from the previous estimate of $32 million. It's evident after this quarter's earnings call that Plank a...

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  • Belgium 'cannot back EU-Canada trade deal at this stage'
Belgium 'cannot back EU-Canada trade deal at this stage'

Michel has informed European Council President Donald Tusk that he will not be able to sign the deal, a representative for Tusk confirmed. The European Commission, which has been negotiating CETA with the Canadian government on behalf of EU member states, said earlier Tuesday that efforts would continue beyond Monday, even if the decision is take...

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  • IS group fighters shave beards' as pressure builds on Mosul
IS group fighters shave beards' as pressure builds on Mosul

Our forces do accompany. the Iraqi security forces and the Peshmerga . The first force to get near to Mosul , advancing to within two kilometers (just over a mile) of Iraq's second largest city, was the elite US-trained Counter Terrorism Service (CTS).

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  • Powerful Earthquake Shakes Western Japan
Powerful Earthquake Shakes Western Japan

The epicenter of the quake was in Tottori prefecture at a depth of 10 km (6 miles), the agency said. In Kurayoshi City, the fire department reported receiving seven emergency calls for injuries. An aftershock with a preliminary magnitude of 4.6 came about 20 minutes later. The quake prompted train services in the west of the country to be suspe...

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  • Protesters gather in Venezuelan capital
Protesters gather in Venezuelan capital

During Tuesday's session, MPs also voted for President Maduro to appear before parliament in a week's time . Tuesday's vote by the opposition-led legislature is unlikely to have any legal effect as Maduro still controls other branches of government, including the military and Supreme Court, which has already declared the National Assembly ille...

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  • Farmington Hills Fire Department goes pink for breast cancer awareness
Farmington Hills Fire Department goes pink for breast cancer awareness

The facts are startling. The UK has one of the highest breast cancer incidence rates worldwide and this is the most common form of cancer in the country. "Men don't just get man boobs, they can get breast cancer too", says Jackson in the short film for the campaign. "That's why screening mammography is important because we can actually detect B...

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  • Yemen: US Warship Allegedly Targeted in Failed Missile Attack
Yemen: US Warship Allegedly Targeted in Failed Missile Attack

Two U.S. hostages in Yemen were released Saturday an a Navy warship was sacked on for a third time amid escalating conflicts with Houthi rebels who control much of the country. The other missile fell into the sea short of the destroyer. A Saudi-led coalition has blamed an airstrike that killed more than 140 people at a funeral ceremony in Yeme...

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