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  • Clinton surges to 8-point lead over Trump nationally

    Clinton surges to 8-point lead over Trump nationally

    But she appears to have been aided as well by days of controversy that Trump generated with his sharp criticism of a Muslim-American family whose son, Army Capt. Ford is expected to be in Trump's crosshairs over its move to move small vehicle production to Mexico, something the candidate has criticized several times in major speeches, and promised to prohibit.

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  • Trump tax plan pulled from campaign website

    Trump tax plan pulled from campaign website

    His advisers have said he will focus on trade, taxes, immigration and regulation. But Trump insisted the economy was lagging badly and that letting an insider like Clinton guide the economic ship would only exacerbate the problem. Pressed on how it would be paid for, Trump said: "We'll get a fund". Calk called Trump's vision for taxes the biggest tax revolution since changes under Republican President Ronald Reagan in 1986.

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  • 'CNN Poll of Polls': Clinton's Lead Over Trump Grows to 10 Points

    He kept his cool as some 14 protesters jumped to their feet and shouted at intervals as he spoke at the Detroit Economic Club. "Every policy that has failed the city and so many others is a policy supported by Hillary Clinton". Secretary Clinton has issues that depending on where one stands can be viewed as great or small. It was unclear what the women were shouting. One person in the crowd shouted, "We love you, Trump!" "The people put you on the ballot, they pass the petitions, they ...

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  • Father charged with involuntary manslaughter in deaths of twin daughters

    It is unclear how long the girls had been strapped into the back seat of the Nissan SUV before being found. Dobbs said the father and the neighbors tried to cool the children in an inflatable kiddie pool in a frantic effort to save them. It wasn't until a few hours had passed that Asa North 'discovered' his daughters unresponsive, where upon he 'desperately' attempted to revive them.

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  • 25 killed, 35 injured in blast at hospital in Pakistan

    A crowd of almost 100 including many solicitors had gathered at the hospital at about 12.05pm after the lawyer, Bilal Kasi, was gunned down on his way to court earlier in the day. The motive behind Monday's attacks, however, was unclear. A breakaway faction of the Pakistani Taliban claimed responsibility for the attacks in Quetta , the capital of restive Baluchistan province, which also wounded dozens of others.

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  • War of words in Boko Haram extremist leadership struggle

    War of words in Boko Haram extremist leadership struggle

    Abu Musab al-Barnawi, named by the Islamic State group last week as the new governor of its so-called West Africa Province, alleged that Shekau had killed fellow Muslims including his own fighters, neglected hungry women and children, and failed to provide food and weapons to fighters.

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  • At least 20 killed in SW Pakistan hospital blast

    Many of those killed in the blast were believed to be lawyers and journalists who had gathered at the hospital to mourn and report on the death of lawyer Bilal Kasi, who had been gunned down earlier in the day. More than 50 mourners were entering the emergency department of the hospital, accompanying Kasi's body, when the bomb went off, Faridullah, a journalist who was at the scene, told Reuters .

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  • CNN Poll of Polls: Clinton tops Trump by 10

    CNN Poll of Polls: Clinton tops Trump by 10

    Both candidates will present their economic plans in MI, another key battleground state. Calk described Trump's vision for taxes as the biggest tax revolution since President Ronald Reagan in 1986. Army soldier killed in Iraq in 2004. But Kasich says he can't swing behind Trump either, and that any candidate who wants to win his support has to "operate in the light", and not on the "dark side of the street".

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  • Clinton to discuss economy during stop in MI this week

    Or that she ordered an aide to chop it down. The poll found huge gaps in voters' take on the two candidates' attributes. Watch this segment from Sunday's Meet the Press for an example. Emphasis mine. Those are pretty stunning numbers, and I can not imagine that the events of this past week will help in the least (some of which would have been captured during this poll, but much would not).

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  • Former MLB Player Curt Schilling Mulls Presidential Bid

    Former MLB Player Curt Schilling Mulls Presidential Bid

    Former Boston Red Sox pitcher and World Series hero Curt Schilling has become well known in recent years for his strong political views. Now, the two could have something else in common. Edward M. Kennedy's seat. "Wait one more cycle, need some things to get done first", he tweeted in April of this year. Continuing the back-and-forth with a couple of very excited supporters, Schilling then outlined his full plan , which would start with a stint in state office before a potential ...

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  • Thai draft constitution adopted in referendum

    In a statement published on news portal Prachatai, Piyarat said that the draft charter would destroy the principles and rule of law "to such a degree that it will be hard to find a solution" and "lacks security for the liberty and freedom of the Thai people".

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  • Trump begins economic speech with Clinton attack

    On Tuesday, August 9, Clinton will be in Miami to tour Borinquen health care center to raise awareness about the public health threat of the Zika virus. The required contribution is $50,000 for the Miami Beach dinner, with $100,000 contributors getting "host" designation and admittance to a special reception with Clinton.

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  • Obama says Trump unfit to serve as U.S. president

    Obama says Trump unfit to serve as U.S. president

    Obama added that his criticism is more fundamental than policy differences. In the days since, Trump has implied that Khan didn't allow his wife to speak due to their Muslim faith, that Khan's criticism of Trump was "vicious", and that what Khan was actually upset about was Trump's position on keeping terrorists out of the country .

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  • Over one million people attend anti-coup rally in Istanbul

    Over one million people attend anti-coup rally in Istanbul

    And he said that political parties would respect the will of the people if they wanted the return of the death penalty . European leaders warn that reinstating capital punishment would end Turkey's hopes of joining the EU. European Union officials said the death penalty would exclude Turkey from joining the bloc. Erdogan said: "July 15 showed our friends that this country isn't just strong against political, economic and diplomatic attacks, but against military sabotage as ...

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  • Paul Ryan at the Center of DC's Culture of Lies

    Paul Ryan at the Center of DC's Culture of Lies

    None of the representatives from the conservative House Freedom Caucus endorsed Ryan , and several publicly expressed frustration that the speaker had not done enough to help Rep. This is not the US Bill of Rights . And in Wisconsin , the state's top Republican leaders, Gov. Scott Walker and Sen. Most activists here realize that Ryan is not the problem; he is part of the solution.

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  • Rio Olympics 2016: Indian archery team to give opening ceremony a miss

    Rio Olympics 2016: Indian archery team to give opening ceremony a miss

    India's only individual gold medallist, shooter Abhinav Bindra, will be the flag-bearer in his swansong Olympics and the 118-member contingent will march at 95th among the 207 countries at the march past. India, who are clubbed with Argentina, Canada, Germany, Ireland and the Netherlands, will be the lone face of Asia in the draw. Medal-contending women fill the USA roster - young and old and in sports ranging from archery to weightlifting.

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  • Officials identify 16th non-travel Zika case in Miami-Dade

    Frieden says. One of the two mothers gave birth in California and then returned to her home country with her infant, officials said. There were more than 7,300 confirmed cases of the Zika virus in the US and its territories. As of August 4, these are the statistics on the Zika virus. The CDC advises pregnant women not to travel to an area where active Zika transmission is ongoing, and to use insect repellent and wear long trousers and long-sleeved shirts if they are in those areas.

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  • 19-year-old U.S. markswoman claims first gold of Rio Olympics

    The West Virginia sophomore shooter loves cradling and staring at the Olympic gold medal she captured in Saturday's women's 10-meter air rifle competition. Staring down the target, she posted just the sixth-best score in the morning qualifying round but benefited from a key rule change at these Rio Games: For the first time at an Olympics, scores zero out after qualifying and shooters enter the finals with a clean slate.

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  • Michael Phelps and Katie Ledecky Strike Gold in Rio

    Racing nothing but the clock, Katie Ledecky gave the US its first victory by crushing her own world record in the 400 freestyle. She told the Washington Post: "So we started working on speed and trying to get better at the 400 and 200 over that year, and I think as I started to drop time I kind of realized, 'Yeah I can be a player in all those events on the worldwide stage'".

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  • Video released of brutal assault, robbery

    Video released of brutal assault, robbery

    The video shows a man walking across a parking lot from a night club on Interchange Way at around 2 a.m. Seconds after the suspects surrounded the victim, one of the three punched him in the face, knocking him to the ground unconscious. The man was taken to hospital and treated for his injuries. In an effort to identify the men involved, police have released video footage of the incident and photos of the suspects.

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  • States urged to crack down on fake 'cow vigilantes'

    Apart from worldwide criticism, he said even within the country there was hue and cry in the society against the sins of these cow-Rakhshaks that led Modi to break his shameful silence. Digvijay Singh has heaped scorn over PM Modi for strong words against cow vigilantes. It asked people not to link such "condemnable efforts" of "a few opportunists" with those truly serving and protecting cows.

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  • Chicago man sues House Speaker Madigan over failed primary

    Chicago man sues House Speaker Madigan over failed primary

    Gonzales' federal lawsuit claims Madigan led voters to believe Gonzales was a convicted felon, after former Gov. The lawsuit also alleges Madigan put up two fake candidates with "Hispanic surnames" to dilute the Latino vote. "Gonzales' losing campaign against me last spring was funded with more than $1 million from supporters and allies of Governor Bruce Rauner", Madigan's statement continued.

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  • Hillary Clinton plans stop at high school in Des Moines

    Hillary Clinton plans stop at high school in Des Moines

    Doors to the event will open at 11:45 a.m., the event starts at 1:45 p.m. The most recent polls in Iowa showed Clinton locked in a close race for the White House with Republican candidate Donald Trump. Her campaign says Clinton will discuss her plans to improve the economy. Trump has appeared in Iowa twice since the conventions, holding rallies in Davenport, Cedar Rapids and Des Moines.

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  • Ryan says Trump could cross a line

    Ryan says Trump could cross a line

    Trump economic adviser Stephen Moore told Reuters that the candidate's plan would focus on four areas: tax, deregulation, energy policy and trade. Moments later subscribers to Trump campaign texts received an alert that said, "Party unity will help Make America Great Again".

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