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  • Kaine Joins Bid to Quell Clinton Email Controversy

    Comey's concern with encryption emerged earlier this year when the Federal Bureau of Investigation engaged in a high-profile legal fight with Apple over accessing data from a locked iPhone used by one of the two shooters in the San Bernardino, California, terrorist attack.

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  • Italy's Garozzo stuns Massialas, wins gold in men's foil

    Italy's Garozzo stuns Massialas, wins gold in men's foil

    USA fencers Gerek Meinhardt and Miles Chamley-Watson were both eliminated earlier in the day. The 22-year-old San Francisco native is the son of Team U.S.A. Even in defeat, Alexander Massialas checked off a laundry list of superlatives Sunday at the Rio 2016 Olympic Games. Kruse beat Algeria's Hamid Sintes, two-time Olympic team gold medallist Andrea Cassara of Italy and 2015 world bronze medallist Gerek Meinhardt of the United States to move into the last four at the Olympic Park.

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  • Officer accused of trying to help ISIL due in court

    Authorities said that in the years they watched and interacted with Young, there never was any credible or specific threat to the Metro system. The search uncovered he had traveled with body armor, a Kevlar helmet, and "several other military-style items", according to the criminal complaint.

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  • Hot Tigers chalk up another win

    The Tigers are making a play for first place and are only two games behind Cleveland. The New York Mets look to cool off the red hot Detroit Tigers in Sunday interleague action. A run came home, and the Mets scored another when Wilmer Flores hit a grounder to third that Mike Aviles misplayed for an error. Mets' manager Terry Collins told reporters after the game that the team will evaluate its options for a fifth starter going forward.

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  • At least 13 youths die in devastating bar fire in France

    At least 13 youths die in devastating bar fire in France

    The victims were between the ages of 18 and 25, according to local authorities. However, no panic was reported and the cause of the evacuation has not been official disclosed, said sources. A bar owner identified as Bruno by French TV BFMTV who was close to the Cuba Libre when the fire broke out said customers were trapped inside because the fire moved too fast.

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  • 46 cases of Zika virus reported in IL

    As this crisis unfolds, where is Congress? On the same day, the Florida Department of Health confirmed that another locally-acquired case was found in the Wynwood area, bringing the total number to 16. These include a lack of funding for Planned Parenthood, feeding Democrats' argument that the GOP is dragging its feet on a women's health issue. Fauci said the earliest a vaccine will be created would be sometime in 2018.

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  • Obama declares Trump 'unfit' for presidency

    Trump backers attending the OH rally dismissed the issue, underscoring how the businessman was able to survive numerous such firestorms in the GOP primaries. Trump's criticism was part of a familiar pattern: He can't let go of a perceived slight, no matter the potential damage to his presidential campaign or political reputation.

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  • Israel Seeks to Deport Activists Who Support Boycott

    Israel Seeks to Deport Activists Who Support Boycott

    A statement Sunday from Israel's Public Security Minister Gilad Erdan says a team will be set up to find and deport the "hundreds" of boycott activists now in Israel and work to keep others out. Erdan added that a legal terma would soon bring forth recommendations for litigation against pro-boycott organizations and activists. "The boycott against Israel must have a price!" he said.

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  • Nebraska cyclist killed during Ironman Boulder race

    Nebraska cyclist killed during Ironman Boulder race

    Our condolences go out to the athlete's family and friends, whom we will continue to support", a statement from the Ironman event organizers said. They did say that alcohol and speed are not believed to have been factors. Last year, a 40-year-old Virginia man died three days after completing the Ironman triathlon in Boulder. Brian Godlove, of Fairfax, died in a Boulder hospital after racing on August 2.

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  • PM urges people to use more handloom products

    PM urges people to use more handloom products

    He went to say that why shouldn't Modi understand the statement as the issue of cow protection has only shaken the functional government led by him, let alone adding to it. According to Dal Khalsa, Modi's snub to so-called cow protectors came only after worldwide media and the credible NGO's took strong exception to religious intolerance under BJP regime.

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  • Local losses mount for ruling party in South Africa

    Local losses mount for ruling party in South Africa

    The party's leader, 36-year-old Mmusi Maimane, had predicted victory in Tshwane. In the economic powerhouse Johannesburg , the ANC garnered the most votes in the city, but still fell short of a 50 percent majority, meaning the metro would have be run through a coalition.

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  • IOC Brings Hammer Down On Doping, I Mean, Social Media

    All of Russia's weightlifters were banned from the Olympics on Friday for doping for what the global federation called "extremely shocking" results that brought the sport into "disrepute". She also was suspended for doping from 2008 to 2010. The IOC sparked fierce criticism on Sunday when it resisted a blanket ban on the country in favour of allowing individual sports federations to make the call allowing Russians into Rio.

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  • Crowdfunding Effort Pushing Khizr Khan to Run for Office

    Crowdfunding Effort Pushing Khizr Khan to Run for Office

    I've work very, very hard", Trump said. Like millions of other Americans, Pasha listened to Khizr Khan describe the combat death of his son, Army Capt. "Do you believe that Donald Trump has the character and personal qualities necessary to serve as President of the United States?" "I don't know what was in their minds, but that is how it came into being".

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  • Boy, 12, klled in accident at Kansas water park

    Accidental death investigation underway at Schlitterbahn. "I don't have all the details for you (media) at this time and we are working to get more details for you", says Winter Prosapio, Schlitterbahn Corporate Communications. "Given that safety is our first priority, we have closed our Kansas City park and we have closed the ride pending a full investigation". From the scene, Kansas City CBS affiliate KCTV-5 reports the park is closed and a media briefing will soon begin.

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  • Mendoza: Recursos del petróleo se han administrado de forma irresponsable

    Mendoza: Recursos del petróleo se han administrado de forma irresponsable

    Mendoza aseveró, estar dispuesto a reunirse con el presidente, como lo ha hecho en otras ocasiones y proponer soluciones ante la crisis. A su juicio, los modelos económicos implementados han favorecido la dependencia . Por último se refirió a los insultos que ha recibido por parte del mandatario nacional, Nicolás Maduro , e indicó que "al presidente Maduro lo llamo presidente Maduro en público y en privado.

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  • One third of Russian team banned from Rio Olympics for doping

    The 271 clearances made official by late Thursday represented about 70 percent of the 387 Russian athletes originally selected by the country to participate in the Olympics, with the bulk of the absentees being track and field athletes. The team escaped a blanket ban from Rio, but is facing a one-year suspension from global competition. Athletes from other countries who have served previous bans, such as the American sprinter Justin Gatlin, are able to compete.

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  • South Africans give ruling ANC worst election since apartheid

    South Africans give ruling ANC worst election since apartheid

    The ANC' is leading nationwide with 54 percent of the vote, but if that holds up it will represent the first time that the former independence fighters have fallen short of the 60 percent threshhold. Many ANC supporters are switching allegiances to the DA, bolstering its attempts to attract black voters and shake off its image of a party that chiefly serves the interests of the minority white community.

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  • Syria rebels claim breakthrough in government siege of Aleppo

    Syria rebels claim breakthrough in government siege of Aleppo

    The fighting continues at the territory of an artillery school and near the Ramouse neighborhood of Aleppo. The U.N. said 300,000 people were trapped, making Aleppo one of the largest besieged areas in Syria. "The western districts of Aleppo are now besieged", he said. Rebels posted footage of their fighters embracing and celebrating the end of the government encirclement, in place since July 17.

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  • Two foreign citizens kidnapped in Kabul - Afghan police

    An Afghan Security policeman stands guard at the site of a truck bombing, in Kabul earlier this month. The university is the country's only private, not-for-profit and co-educational university and teaches more than 1700 students, according to its website.

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  • Philippines President Duterte accuses judges of drugs links

    President Duterte, speaking in Davao City at the wake of four soldiers killed in recent clashes with the New People's Army, threatens to call off the resumption of peace talks with communist rebels on August 20 in Oslo, Norway, if insurgents continue to use landmines against government troops.

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  • Thailand votes in favour of military-backed constitution

    Prime Minister Prayuth Chan-Ocha, who led the 2014 coup as head of the army, earlier urged Thais to courageous monsoon rains to cast their vote amid concern that a ban on campaigning would lead to a low turnout. The military has successfully seized power 12 times since the end of absolute monarchy in 1932 and this constitution will be the kingdom's 20th. Student activists, among the most vocal critics of the military government, have actively campaigned against the draft and more than a ...

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  • Iran executes nuclear scientist who was convicted of spying

    When he came back to Iran in 2010, Amiri said he had fled from U.S. officials. In the following months, Iranian officials accused the US of abducting him. "I have not done any activity against my homeland", he said. He also said Israeli agents were present at his interrogations and that that Central Intelligence Agency officers offered him $50 million to remain in America.

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  • Syrian rebels kill seven with toxic gas: Russian Defense Ministry

    Syrian rebels kill seven with toxic gas: Russian Defense Ministry

    Opposition monitoring groups reported intense airstrikes and shelling on Aleppo and its outskirts. It said the Nusra Front, Islamic State and other terrorist groups did not stop making attempts to break the ceasefire regime. Chemical weapons have also been put to use, with the Assad regime narrowly avoiding a USA intervention by surrendering its chemical arsenal after hundreds were killed by a chemical attack on the opposition-held Damascus suburb of Ghouta in 2013.

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  • Obama Mocks Trump 'Conspiracy Theory' That Election Will Be 'Rigged'

    Obama Mocks Trump 'Conspiracy Theory' That Election Will Be 'Rigged'

    Obama mocked the GOP nominee's assertion that the election could be rigged against him , comparing Trump to a schoolyard child losing at a game. "What does that mean?" The federal gov't doesn't run the election process. Critics of the Obama administration have said a $400 million payment in cash to Iran amounted to a ransom in exchange for the freeing of American prisoners in January, but President Barack Obama has defended the payment as a release of frozen funds that followed an global ...

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  • Texas Agrees on Changes to Voter ID Law

    Texas Agrees on Changes to Voter ID Law

    The terms, which still must be approved by U.S. District Judge Nelva Gonzales Ramos before they are finalized, also say election officials can not question Texans lacking identification. With evidence in hand, courts also blocked voting restrictions of various types in North Carolina, Wisconsin, North Dakota and OH over the past two weeks.

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  • Clinton grapples with questions over email scandal

    Clinton admitted during a press conference that she mischaracterized the statements by FBI Director James Comey when she claimed he said she was " truthful " to the public. Trump has further attacked her mental capacity, declaring, "I think the people of this country don't want somebody that's going to short-circuit up here".

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  • Former CIA acting director on Clinton: I 'trust her'

    Smith herself even received criticism from left-leaning media types like Chris Mathews for making her remarks. Giuliani also brought up the controversy surrounding Trump and the Khan family, and said it was proof the media was unfair to Republicans.

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  • Trump Says Clinton 'Trying to Rig' Debates With NFL Scheduling Conflicts

    On Saturday, the Republican nominee took to Twitter to express his frustrations with the schedule for the upcoming debates, since two of them will air at the same time as National Football League games. And that's where we stand on the issue. Fridays and Saturdays are effectively ruled out because TV viewing is lower on weekend evenings. "Again, the DNC [email] hack showed you that the Clinton campaign was working to schedule debates against Sanders which ha [d] the least possible viewing ...

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