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  • Trump endorses Ryan, McCain and Ayotte in push to show party unity

    Donald Trump has ended his political stand-off with Paul Ryan , endorsing the US House speaker in a speech on Friday. "Arm in arm, we will rescue the country from the Obama-Clinton disaster", Trump told supporters after formally declaring his support for Ryan in next week's congressional primary.

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  • Indiana GOP Names Eric Holcomb Candidate for Governor

    He formerly served as a chief of staff to U.S. Sen. Apparently they couldn't see that's what Gregg and the Democrats had to want, too. He says voters must choose between "a veteran who has always answered the call to serve" and Gregg, whom he accused of supporting "tax increases, debt, and insider deals".

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  • Donald Trump Makes Casual Reference to Armed Rebellion If Clinton Wins

    Donald Trump Makes Casual Reference to Armed Rebellion If Clinton Wins

    The message, which Trump has repeated at rallies and in TV interviews, appears to be working. "It's called the power of unification", Jason Miller, senior communications adviser for Trump's campaign, wrote in an emailed statement . Almost half (47%) of Trump's North Carolina supporters say they too saw the supposed video of $400 million on a plane in Iraq being exchanged for American service members, even though Trump later effectively somewhat admitted he did not see the video and his ...

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  • Philippine leader declares ceasefire with communist rebels

    Philippine leader declares ceasefire with communist rebels

    Also in the photo is Philippine Olympic Committee (POC) President Jose "Peping' Cojuangco". President Rodrigo Duterte, who was elected in a landslide in May, also promised an end to separatist violence, announcing a unilateral ceasefire in the decades-long conflict with Maoist rebels.

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  • Twitter reacts to Donald Trump's uncommonly focused Detroit speech

    Former President Bill Clinton, appearing on behalf of his wife and Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton, will address thousands of Asian-American and Pacific Islander voters at a forum in Las Vegas. Promising to "jumpstart America" to a new era of prosperity, Donald Trump announced a revamped economic plan Monday aimed at revitalizing a stagnant USA economy by cutting taxes for workers and businesses.

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  • Tennessee Bureau of Investigation Agent Killed

    Tennessee Bureau of Investigation Agent Killed

    Devine says the person produced a firearm in an attempt to rob Frazier and an informant and fired once, hitting Frazier. According to an agency statement, Frazier was one of several agents taking part in an undercover drug buy Tuesday afternoon.

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  • Notorious 'pillowcase rapist' taken back into custody

    Notorious 'pillowcase rapist' taken back into custody

    A spokeswoman for Los Angeles prosecutors said "pillowcase rapist" Christopher Hubbart was taken into custody Tuesday. The Southern California man known as the "Pillowcase Rapist" after admitting to attacking dozens of women is back in police custody.

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  • Donald Trump alludes to shooting Hillary Clinton

    The mogul said that Clinton "wants to abolish, to essentially abolish the Second Amendment ", a charge she has flatly denied. Trump was riffing on the Second Amendment when he started drifting into the subject of Supreme Court picks. "If they had to run, they might be holding their tongues a bit more or walk something of a middle path between backing Trump and opposing Trump". It also reinforced the concern, voiced by many anxious Republicans, that he can not stay disciplined and avoid ...

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  • Saudi-led air strikes on Yemen's capital Sanaa resume, nine civilians killed

    Saudi-led air strikes on Yemen's capital Sanaa resume, nine civilians killed

    Since the Saudi-led coalition launched airstrikes against the Houthis, the war has claimed 9,000 lives, displaced some 2.4 million people and pushed the Arab world's already impoverished country to the verge of starvation. Brig. Gen. Mohammed al-Maqdishi, the army chief of staff loyal to Hadi's government, urged civilians to stay away from Houthi positions. "Children are paying the heaviest price of the conflict in Yemen", the agency said in a statement.

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  • Swipe launches Konnect Plus smartphone at Rs 4999

    Swipe launches Konnect Plus smartphone at Rs 4999

    The Swipe Konnect Plus sports a quad-core chip clocked at 1.2GHz under the hood, and while we don't know the manufacturer of said chip, we do know it will be backed by 2GB of RAM. As far as the cameras are concerned, the Swipe Konnect Plus packs a 13-megapixel primary camera on the rear and a 5-megapixel front shooter for selfies.

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  • Shin Bet: UN worker used his position to aid Hamas military projects

    It comes days after the Gaza head of US-based NGO World Vision was charged with passing millions of dollars of worldwide aid money to Hamas . The formal charge sheet was not yet publicly available. El-Halabi told investigators he believed he could join the organization because his father had worked for the United Nations and he had done work for the United Nations Development Programme, the Shin Bet said.

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  • Libertarian candidate Gary Johnson to hold Albuquerque rally

    Once certified by the state's elections chief, Libertarians will swap in Johnson and his running mate, he said. Party bylaws frown upon public pronouncements against Republican candidates. Gary Johnson and William Weld may receive endorsements from high ranking Republican personalities this week. The party collected signatures for Earl because the Libertarian Party's national convention wasn't until Memorial Day.

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  • Clinton extends lead over Trump to 7 points - Reuters/Ipsos

    Brown, assistant director of the Quinnipiac University Poll , in a statement accompanying the results. A former Central Intelligence Agency officer, Evan McMullin, announced he would run as an independent alternative to Trump for conservative Republicans, and Republican Senator Susan Collins said she would not vote for Trump.

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  • Texas Infant's Death Linked to Zika

    Texas Infant's Death Linked to Zika

    But it said last week that 15 infants had been born in the USA with Zika-related birth defects and another six pregnancies affected by Zika had been lost - through miscarriage, stillbirth, or abortion. As of August 3, the Centers for Disease Control had reported 89 cases of Zika in Texas. All are related to traveling overseas in areas where the virus can be transmitted.

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  • Sheriff: 7-year-old girl died of malnutrition

    Sheriff: 7-year-old girl died of malnutrition

    The girl was pronounced dead on the morning of August 1 at Welch Community Hospital. The girl, 7, whose name has not been released, was found unresponsive in a Mohawk residence at 10:53 a.m. The father resides in Mohawk; no information regarding the mother is available at this time. The McDowell County Sheriff's Office is working with officials in North Carolina to determine if and where charges should be filed.

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  • Kaine says he and Clinton will be 'real transparent'

    Hillary Clinton asserted Friday that FBI Director James Comey said she was truthful in her statements to investigators about her private server and use of private emails - and that those statements were consistent with what she has said publicly.

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  • Detienen a pasajero que salió corriendo tras avión — España

    Detienen a pasajero que salió corriendo tras avión — España

    El individuo fue detenido a su arribo a las Canarias el viernes, dijo el viernes un portavoz de Aeropuertos Españoles y Navegación Aérea (AENA). El individuo pasó por el punto de seguridad con un boleto para el vuelo, pero de alguna forma no consiguió abordarlo apropiadamente, agregó el vocero.

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  • Wildfire on California's Central Coast grows

    Wildfire on California's Central Coast grows

    In June, a fire in Calabasas burned more than 500 acres, and a series of fires in the San Gabriel Valley destroyed almost 5,500 acres. Theo Maehr pauses while trying to extinguish his burning house number and other hotspots near his home in the Palo Colorado Canyon in the scenic Big Sur region of California's Central Coast, Monday, July.

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  • Peña Nieto visita a afectados por "Earl" en Puebla

    Este lunes la titular de la Secretaría de Desarrollo Agrario, Territorial y Urbano (Sedatu), Rosario Robles, estuvo presente en Huauchinango evaluando los daños . "Hago un llamado a la población civil para que esté muy pendiente de las alertas que los mecanismos de protección civil estén haciendo para que la población quede a buen resguardo y pueda tomar providencias necesarias para enfrentar estos fenómenos naturales", dijo.

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  • Olympic Gold Medalists From Rio 2016

    Olympic Gold Medalists From Rio 2016

    Hosszu, 27, bested that London time by a remarkable margin, beating American silver medalist Maya DiRado by more than five seconds Saturday night. This South African couple feature in running for their home nation, while Irvette is to feature in marathon for the second time as well, van Zyl would aim for a medal for the third time in 400m hurdles.

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  • Chinese swimmer admitted to Olympics with positive doping

    Chinese swimmer admitted to Olympics with positive doping

    Guy clocked 1:45.49 and world record holder Paul Biedermann of Germany was sixth in 1:45.84. Katie Meili briefly moved ahead, but it was King and Yefimova who came to the fore in the closing stages, with King just edging it in an Olympic record time of 1:04.93.

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  • US Forces Lack Training Against Near-Peer Competitors - Marine Corps Commandant

    Gen. Robert Neller, who took command last September, said Tuesday that the Marine Corps does noot now face a recruiting challenge but that he worries about its ability to retain members in which it invests heavily. "How do you make this all fit?" "We've got to get more airplanes on the ramp", Neller said, noting that three focus areas are necessary to improve aviation readiness: less backlog at the depot level, more spare parts and more new aircraft.

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  • After 'Horseplay,' 3 Girls Tumble From Ferris Wheel

    They were rushed to the Johnson City Medical Center. Around 9 p.m. Central, police said they were alert and talking. "It was like watching water pouring from a glass". "We are deeply shocked and saddened", the post said. So far, no update on when the fair will re-open has been given. At the request of the oldest girl's family, he did not provide details about her specific injuries, Burns said.

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