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  • Colin Kaepernick addresses wearing cartoon pig policemen socks

    The quarterback took to his Instagram account to write that the socks were meant to mock "rogue cops" who "put the cops that have the right intentions in danger by creating an environment of tension and mistrust". If the socks aren't a dead giveaway that the San Francisco QB isn't a fan of the police, his quote after refusing to stand for the anthem certainly is.

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  • Curfew comes back in 3 places of Kashmir

    Curfew comes back in 3 places of Kashmir

    About 20 people were injured in clashes that erupted in Mazhama and Kanihama villages of central Kashmir's Budgam district. The youth identified as Danish Ahmad who was killed in firing by security forces when a mob pelted stones at a passing army convoy in Rafiabad area, Baramulla district.

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  • Florida braces for first hurricane in more than a decade

    Hermine becomes the fourth hurricane of the year in the Atlantic basin. The storm is expected to make landfall tonight as a hurricane - the first to strike the state since 2005. Projected rainfall ranged up to 10 inches in parts of northern Florida and southern Georgia, with 4 to 10 inches possible along the coasts of Georgia and the Carolinas by Sunday.

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  • Early voting in Florida is coming to a close

    Early voting in Florida is coming to a close

    Detzner said the state has put security first. We were voter ready. In Flagler County, the fire department located across the street helped open the polling place after a poll worker was unable to open the site, said Detzner. for Tuesday's primary, as Brevard County voters will cast their votes on more than two dozen races. U.S. Rep. Alan Grayson will be watching the returns on the Senate primary from Kissimmee.

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  • Seahawks cornerback joins Colin Kaepernick by sitting during national anthem

    When the Chargers' public-address announcer asked fans to recognize active military personnel during a timeout, the quarterback stood and enthusiastically applauded along with his teammates and the entire stadium. Kaepernick caused a media firestorm by sitting during the national anthem played before last week's preseason game. In a statement posted to his Instagram page, Kaepernick said he has relatives and friends who are police officers and he had worn the socks in the past to call ...

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  • Rasmussen Poll Puts Trump Over Clinton Nationally

    Rasmussen Poll Puts Trump Over Clinton Nationally

    Clinton has the advantage of a more favorable legal environment for fundraising. A new USA Today/Suffolk University poll found that the majority of voters are driven more by fear of the other candidate winning than they are by excitement over their preferred candidate winning.

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  • Peña Nieto concluye encuentro con jóvenes mexicanos

    De acuerdo con la agenda , el acto arrancó alrededor de las 20:00 horas y en se da una conversación directa con jóvenes acerca de los temas más relevantes para ellos. Además de estar comprometido a convertir la inversión en ciencia, tecnología e innovación, en una verdadera palanca de desarrollo y a potenciar el de la creación artística y el deporte.

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  • Senado destituyó a presidenta — Chau Dilma

    Senado destituyó a presidenta — Chau Dilma

    ALER ratifica su apuesta de profundizar la integración, la unión, el dialogo social y solidaridad de los pueblos para asegurar que nuestra región sea un territorio de paz, de convivencia política y de justicia social con plena vigencia de la institucionalidad democrática y el respeto de los derechos humanos.

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  • ME leader blasts governor's anti-Lowell tirade

    And all I " m saying is, as House Republicans, we are not going to be doing that. “Im not going to say Im not going to finish it, ” LePage said. "It's not about me". According to the State House News Service, on Monday, Governor LePage blamed Hispanics, African Americans and Lowell and Lawrence for Maine's heroin problem.

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  • Ex-LSU safety Eric Reid joins Colin Kaepernick, kneels during national anthem

    OK, this one isn't happening (most-likely). American football player Colin Kaepernick was loudly booed on Thursday after once again refusing to stand during a rendition of the United States national anthem. However, as The Big Lead pointed out Thursday, Kaepernick's protest appears to have started during training camp. It's how he'll be received by the crowd.

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  • Compañero de fórmula de Clinton: Trump se "ahogó" en reunión en México

    El dijo que el tema no surgió durante su conversación con el presidente mexicano. Fui muy claro, añadió, en enfatizar que en México nos sentimos agraviados y dolidos por sus pronunciamientos sobre los mexicanos. "Los mexicanos en Estados Unidos son gente honesta (...) Los mexicanos merecen el respeto de todos", dijo, y reconoció que la inmigración ilegal sigue siendo uno de los retos de la seguridad fronteriza incluyendo a los "no mexicanos" que cruzan hacia el norte, refiriéndose a los ...

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  • Rikers Island inmate is charged with attacking 3 guards

    Rikers Island inmate is charged with attacking 3 guards

    The following morning Whittington allegedly struck Malik Medina in the face, knocking the officer unconscious as he was retrieving the inmate's food tray. The officer who was slashed required 16 stitches. He faces up to seven years in prison if convicted. Mayor Bill de Blasio and the head of the Corrections Department announced the upgrades Thursday at a news conference, with technology being the main talking point.

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  • Public relations nightmare for Mexican president following controversial Donald Trump visit

    Building a massive wall along the U.S. border with Mexico and forcing the neighbouring country to pay for it has been a frequent promise during Trump's divisive election campaign. At a news conference after their 70-minute meeting, Trump said he and Pena Nieto had not discussed who would pay for the wall he wants to prevent illegal immigrants from crossing the border.

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  • National burkini ban would be 'unconstitutional' - French interior minister

    National burkini ban would be 'unconstitutional' - French interior minister

    Mayors had cited multiple reasons for the bans, including security after a string of Islamic extremist attacks, risk to public order, and France's strict rules on secularism in public life. He said that France needed a modern, secular Islam and wearing a burkini clashed with that idea. Photos of French police apparently ordering a woman to remove part of her clothing on a beach in Nice last week catapulted the issue to front pages across the globe.

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  • Hermine Gaining Strength In The Gulf

    Storm-surge flooding between 1 and 2 feet also is possible, as are isolated tornadoes . Due to the inland threat of flooding rains and tropical storm force winds make sure to continue to check back on the updated track of the storm. Utility officials couldn't immediately be reached for more details though Florida's governor had warned some of the city's stately trees might topple over power lines in storm winds .

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  • Maine Republican leader keeps pressure on embattled governor

    Governor LePage held a press conference in his office with selected members of the media to discuss how he plans to move past his recent behavior and get ME back on the right track. LePage, whose term runs through 2018, said he "will be seeking spiritual guidance with my wife and my children". House Republican leaders have already said they are willing to move on, a decision that effectively blocks lawmakers' ability to call a special session for impeachment or censure proceedings.

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  • NBC Today Hosts Praise The "Optics" Of Trump's Visit To Mexico

    It should come as no surprise that Johnson reacted so strongly to Trump's harsh positions on immigration. Three WNYC reporters watched the speech with conservative New Yorkers to gauge their reactions to Trump's speech. Afterward, there were conflicting reports of whether or not they talked about who in fact would pay for this wall on the border. With the meeting held behind closed doors, it was impossible to know who was telling the truth.

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  • Colorado officials seek higher hunting, fishing fees

    Colorado officials seek higher hunting, fishing fees

    The department resumed the sale of fishing and hunting licenses, as well as the state Discover Passes, on Saturday after temporarily suspending the sale of the licenses due to a breach in an outside vendor's security system. The next is Tuesday at 6 p.m.in Fort Collins at the Marriott Hotel. The second will be Wednesday at the Evergreen Fire Rescue Station at 6:30 p.m.

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  • Sen. Perdue: Trump's Immigration Plan Is To Make America Safe Again

    And the eleven million undocumented migrants will be deported. The first way, which is the most obvious one, is if Trump ended the North American Free Trade Agreement, known as NAFTA. Ralph Alvarado, of Trump's Hispanic Advisory Council, also lauded the GOP nominee's speech and decision to meet with the Mexican president on immigration-related issues.

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  • Trump cuts Clinton's lead in Pennsylvania, F&M poll finds

    Trump cuts Clinton's lead in Pennsylvania, F&M poll finds

    The new poll finds Clinton with a 38% favorable/54% unfavorable rating among registered voters, down from 47% favorable/49% unfavorable in July. "Is it really the case that Trump and Clinton represent the best the United States has to offer?" Only 33 percent of voters said they believe access to affordable health care will get better if Clinton wins.

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  • Tributes paid as hostel hero dies of stab wounds

    Police said Ayad shouted "Allahu akbar" — an Arabic phrase meaning "God is great" — during the attack, but that there is no indication the assault was motivated by extremism. Queensland Police announced Mr Jackson's family does not want to talk to the media about the killing. One of Mia's friends will also sing a song he learned with Mia, though Ms Ayliffe admitted to some hesitation's about the content of the song, which is about obsessive love.

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  • US defence relations: Carter, Parrikar to meet at Pentagon

    Under this agreement, the USA air force and navy can use Indian naval and air bases for logistics support, refuelling and services on a regular basis. "Therefore, India will not lean toward the USA because it will not only hurt India's self-esteem, more importantly, India can gain more strategic benefits by striking a balance between China and the U.S.".

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  • Home design start-up Livspace raises Rs.100 cr

    Home design start-up Livspace raises Rs.100 cr

    Bessemer Venture Partners led the round, which also included participation from Jungle Ventures and Helion - all three are existing investors. The funding comes within weeks of the launch of the firm's Home Design Automation Platform for designers through which Livspace aims to create 30,000 design entrepreneurs in India over the next 18-24 months.

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  • Toddler fatally shot at apartment complex in Richland County

    Toddler fatally shot at apartment complex in Richland County

    Brittany Scott told the Daily News. Medics transported both children to Palmetto Health Richland. The station reports one child was in serious condition before undergoing surgery and passing away. The mother was in the home at the time but was not injured. Investigators are on scene collecting evidence and interviewing everyone who was in the home at the time of the shooting.

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  • Clinton supera 50% de intenciones de voto contra Trump, revela sondeo

    Clinton supera 50% de intenciones de voto contra Trump, revela sondeo

    El magnate hablará ante una audiencia reducida de unas 500 personas en el hotel Hyatt Regency de Phoenix, según confirmó al Arizona Republic el presidente del Partido Republicano , Robert Graham. El candidato republicano consideró que Clinton está recurriendo a esa táctica para distraer y evitar que se hable así de los supuestos conflictos de intereses de la Fundación Clinton cuando ella era secretaria de Estado.

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