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  • Campaign chair says Trump is in control — The Latest

    The conversation ceased to be about the real terror threats facing America and became about two parents. Coffman promises that if Trump is elected, "I'll stand up to him". Like Clinton, Trump has a fundraising partnership with party allies through which he can collect checks of hundreds of thousands of dollars from individual donors.

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  • Motorcycle passenger killed, driver hurt in freeway crash

    Motorcycle passenger killed, driver hurt in freeway crash

    The driver of the passenger vehicle, a 19-year-old Detroit resident, sustained minor injuries in the accident, which occurred just after midnight. Speed was a contributing factor in the crash, according to Dearborn police, but it's not yet known if alcohol played a role.

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  • England destroy Pakistan to take series lead

    England destroy Pakistan to take series lead

    England went into the day with wickets still in hand after a marvellous second innings performance, with Jonny Bairstow and Moeen Ali adding 36 runs in the first four overs, before Bairstow's departure for 85 saw the declaration issued by Alastair Cook.

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  • Xbox One S Launches New Performance Analysed

    Xbox One S Launches New Performance Analysed

    As of August 2, buyers can snag the 2TB Launch Edition at Microsoft Stores and participating retailers for $399. If you're interested in a deconstruction of the new Xbox One S, check out this video (the Master Chief logo is shown around 1:16).

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  • Hamlin beats Penske Fords at The Glen

    Hamlin beats Penske Fords at The Glen

    After the win Hamlin talked about the craziness of the Watkins Glen road cours. The latter two drivers were waging an intense battle until they came together in the final turn with Truex crashing out. This also was the third straight race he has filled in for the beloved driver. Kyle Busch, Jamie McMurray, Truex Jr., Trevor Bayne and Matt Kenseth completed the first ten finishers.

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  • China July inflation cools; in line with expectations

    China July inflation cools; in line with expectations

    However, they did increase 0.2 percent point from a month earlier. Analysts polled by Reuters had expected a 1.8 percent gain. Consumer inflation has remained low compared with the official target of around 3 percent for this year, indicating persistently weak demand in the world's second-largest economy.

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  • Trump hoping his speech on economy steadies campaign

    Former New York City Mayor Rudy Giuliani said on ABC's "This Week" that Trump's endorsements showed he "has the ability and the understanding to realize that there are going to be disagreements and you've got to be able to reach out to the entire party".

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  • On 71st Anniversary of Hiroshima, the Fear of a Nuclear Trump

    In the peace declaration, Hiroshima Mayor Kazumi Matsui called for action toward the complete abolition of nuclear weapons and global co-operation, quoting from the statement made by U.S. Terumi Kuwada, a former president of the National Association of Japanese Canadians, said the day is to honour those killed by nuclear weapons. "We need to fill our policymakers with the passion to solidify this unity and create a security system based on trust and dialogue", he said.

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  • Clinton Spokeswoman: Hillary 'Disagrees' That Emails She Sent Were Classified

    Clinton Spokeswoman: Hillary 'Disagrees' That Emails She Sent Were Classified

    Trump was referencing Clinton admitting to short circuiting some of her answers about her email scandal. Mr Comey told Congress last month he could not say if Mrs Clinton had lied to Americans about her email practices. Hillary Clinton's deputy communications director Kristina Schake said Monday that Clinton "disagrees" that emails she sent and received on her private email server were, indeed, classified.

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  • Rectoras del CNE han violado numerosas veces el reglamento — Freddy Guevara

    Rectoras del CNE han violado numerosas veces el reglamento — Freddy Guevara

    Igualmente, explicó que ese día se realizará la concentración más grande en la ciudad capital o el Gobierno trancará todas las vías a nivel nacional. Asimismo, Guevara sostuvo que en caso de que la consulta se posponga para el próximo año, pero el gobierno muestre disposición de lograr un acuerdo político -como convocar a unas nuevas elecciones presidenciales-, la MUD estaría dispuesta a evaluar la continuidad de las acciones de calle.

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  • Dozens of Philippine officials surrender after being linked to drugs trade

    A day after the 24-hour deadline, 27 mayors and 31 police officers, including a colonel, mentioned in Duterte's list, surrendered in order to clear their name from aleged involvement in the illegal drug business. "Based on what he said.there are other names, and these are still to be confirmed and checked", Andanar added. "You mind your work and I will mind mine".

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  • Florida Woman Killed in London Knife Attack

    She was staying in London while her husband, Richard Wagner , taught a summer session for the university. Two Australians have been released from a London hospital after being injured in the Russell Square stabbing attack that left a U.S.

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  • Turkey, Russia overcame crisis in relations - Erdogan

    Turkey, Russia overcame crisis in relations - Erdogan

    Despite his confidence, he said he was concerned about Gulen's safety and is discussing whether to request security assistance from US authorities. "What the guys in the military explain to me is you don't have to refuel (for missions out of Incirlik), pilots can loiter in the area, they can conduct what they call dynamic airstrikes, that's when something comes to their attention", Cook said.

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  • Tormenta Earl deja al menos 45 muertos en el país

    Tormenta Earl deja al menos 45 muertos en el país

    En el municipio de Huauchinango , a 200 km de Ciudad de México , se registró en 24 horas casi "la totalidad de precipitaciones de todo un mes" , dijo el gobierno de Puebla . Puente indicó que 25 de las víctimas en Puebla fallecieron en comunidades del Municipio Huauchinango , como Tlacoyunga, Xaltepec , y La Cumbre , y las 3 restantes en el Municipio de Tlaola .

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  • Minneapolis police make changes aimed at defusing conflicts

    Minneapolis police make changes aimed at defusing conflicts

    Police Officers Federation of Minneapolis president Bob Kroll told Fox 9 he believes de-escalation can put officers and the public in jeopardy, and officers can lose a tactical advantage. The American Civil Liberties Union of Minnesota called the policy changes a step in the right direction . Previously, Minneapolis police underwent months of criticism after the deadly shooting of Jamar Clark last November.

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  • Panel sends Alabama chief justice's ethics case to trial

    February 2015: Moore says probate judges are not bound to follow Granade's direct court order because they are not named as defendants in the case. Staver told the court that nothing in Moore's January order, nor his other letters surrounding the gay marriage issue, urged probate judges to disobey the U.S.

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  • Delta Offers $200 Vouchers to Delayed Customers

    Early Monday mornings are a peak period for business travelers starting the work week, as well as for vacationers returning from weekend trips and others. In Richmond, Virgina, boarding passes were written out by hand. Many passengers, like Bryan Kopsick, 20, from Richmond, were shocked that computer glitches could cause such turmoil.

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  • Trial set for Roy Moore in September

    The Court of the Judiciary held a hearing Monday afternoon to consider a motion by Moore to dismiss charges over his January 6 order telling probate judges not to issue marriage licenses to same-sex couples. There are rallies expected from both sides of this case outside the Supreme Court building before the hearing. An interesting scene played out Monday afternoon as opposing rallies - one in support of Chief Justice Roy Moore and one opposing him - made a stand.

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  • One killed in firefighting over Emirates plane crash-landing

    The aircraft took off from Thiruvananthapuram and was carrying 282 passengers with 18 crew members. All Emirates flights and foreign airliners had to be delayed or completely cancelled, while some flights coming to Dubai International were diverted to Dubai's second air hub, Al Maktoum International Airport.

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  • Decenas de muertos por la tormenta Earl — México

    Decenas de muertos por la tormenta Earl — México

    El centro de huracanes dijo que intensas lluvias azotaban el sur de la Península de Baja California. Las autoridades en Cabo San Lucas prepararon 10 refugios, la mayoría en escuelas, para familias que viven en zonas bajas. Cabe mencionar que en el estado de Hidalgo se reportó el deceso de un adolescente de 15 años, quien perdió la vida el domingo durante el derrumbe de un cerro.

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  • Oklahoma Supreme Court lets stand

    Oklahoma Supreme Court lets stand "Right to Farm" initiative

    Oklahoma County District Court Judge Patricia Parrish threw out the lawsuit in May. In a ruling handed down Monday, Justices Douglas Combs and Yvonne Kauger also said the time to challenge a ballot issue should be tighter. "We can not permit a flood of late-filed suits that must be resolved before ballot printing lest the state be forced to reprint the ballots at significant expense".

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  • Army orders special operations after Quetta blast

    Officials said mobile phone jammers had been activated around hospitals in the area - a regular precaution after an attack - making it hard to contact officers on the ground to get updated information. Waliur Rehman said he was taking his ailing father to the emergency ward when the explosion shook the building, knocking them both to the ground. The plan is part of a broader effort by Beijing forge new east-west trade routes via a network of ports, pipelines, roads and railways.

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  • Warren takes on Trump's economic plan

    Chamber of Commerce - think global trade agreements are, as my colleague Philip Bump wrote, "about the best possible way to 'create good jobs at home, help small businesses, expand consumer choices, and improve American competitiveness'".

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  • UN hopeful of humanitarian pause in Aleppo fighting

    The deaths include 65 people, among them 22 children, killed in rebel fire on government neighbourhoods, the Observatory said . But they have struggled to hold newly acquired territory in the face of heavy Russian air strikes, Abdel Rahman said.

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  • Japan vs. Colombia men's soccer in Rio Olympics 2016

    Japan vs. Colombia men's soccer in Rio Olympics 2016

    Live stream - The game will be carried online via NBC's Olympics website , which is free for users who have a cable subscription. RIO DE JANEIRO-Sunday night's NBC coverage of the Rio Olympics (7-11:48 p.m. NBC notes that while its Saturday primetime average was down vs. 2012, the other USA broadcast networks are off too, giving NBC a 381% competitive advantage against all of them combined, the biggest ever for a network on Saturday.

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  • AASU's Statement on the International Indigenous's Day

    AASU's Statement on the International Indigenous's Day

    This year, the theme of the observance is " Indigenous Peoples " Right to Education'. The promotion of cultural rights in accordance with the UN Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples is also at the heart of peace-building through inter-cultural dialogue, as set out in the new European Union Strategy on worldwide cultural relations.

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  • Republican National Security Experts Sign Letter Opposing Trump

    Trump focused in part on taxes on USA businesses, declaring that no company should pay more than 15 percent of its income in taxes. But if I take the speech literally, he's proposing something somewhat different: a deduction for the average amount of child care spending, which would be the same for all parents, regardless of actual expenditure on child care.

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  • Republicans mull Clinton amid repeated Trump stumbles

    But Trump told his supporters "the campaign is doing really well". The poll showed Clinton with a 10-point lead over Trump, with 49% of 1,022 registered voters saying that they back the Democratic nominee. Bush Treasury secretary Hank Paulson, a former CEO of Goldman Sachs, announced in a Washington Post column that he will vote for Clinton in the hope she can "do the things necessary to strengthen our economy".

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