• Hillary Clinton deploys old rival Bernie Sanders to woo OH millennials
Hillary Clinton deploys old rival Bernie Sanders to woo OH millennials

Sanders, the longest serving Independent member of Congress in USA history, was on the show making the case for voting for his former opponent in the Democratic primary Hillary Clinton . Sanders said voters view Clinton as the more experienced and qualified candidate. Last week, a Quinnipiac University poll found that nearly one-quarter of th...

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  • Oil rises on draw in US crude stocks, but supply worries remain
Oil rises on draw in US crude stocks, but supply worries remain

Saudi Arabia became the world's largest oil producer last month as US output continued to slide. Weakening demand India and China coupled with slowing economic momentum in the United States has dampened demand growth, the IEA said. Both contracts have fallen 8-9 percent in just one week, underlining how volatile the oil market now is. Oil p...

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  • Detectives say mosque fire suspect confessed
Detectives say mosque fire suspect confessed

Schreiber, 32, told detectives he never meant to hurt anyone. No one was hurt in the fire; however, a 10-by-10 foot hole was burned through the mosque roof. Mateen professed allegiance to the Islamic State group. Schreiber, who was born in NY, has an extensive criminal history on the Treasure Coast, according to the Florida Department of Law En...

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  • Lawyers: Ex-leader of Brazil director of graft scheme
Lawyers: Ex-leader of Brazil director of graft scheme

Last month, his protégé and successor as president, Dilma Rousseff, was removed from office in an impeachment trial. Prosecutors initially focused on money laundering, but soon came to allegations of a complex corruption scheme at Petrobras , where overpriced contracts were given in return for bribes.

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  • New note from doctor says Trump's health is excellent
New note from doctor says Trump's health is excellent

Clinton has remained healthy and has not developed new medical conditions this year other than a sinus and ear infection and her recently diagnosed pneumonia", Bardack said. "It's very private. It is all very private stuff", Trump said. Trump said that his mother was "mentally unbelievable", too. Trump's latest letter was more detailed than a fou...

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  • No pardon for Snowden, says U.S. administration
No pardon for Snowden, says U.S. administration

But according to NBC News , Snowden's ACLU-provided attorney, Ben Wizner, disputed the report's claims. And a largely favorable movie about Snowden, directed by Oliver Stone, is now in theaters. Snowden concluded that was where the figure of 1.5 million documents came from-though that program was authorized by management, he wrote in ...

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  • Witness says Philippine president ordered killings
Witness says Philippine president ordered killings

Duterte's first attendance to an worldwide meeting since he assumed the presidency on June 30 was hounded by controversy. There was no immediate reaction from the Obama administration on Tuesday, but us officials have been on edge toward Mr.

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  • United Kingdom labour market holds steady post-Brexit
United Kingdom labour market holds steady post-Brexit

Damian Green, work and pensions secretary, said: "It's great to see another record-breaking set of figures out this month with the unemployment rate at a 10-year low and wages growing healthily". "The shock of Brexit hasn't shaken the jobs market too much - for now", Monro said. It was the lowest level since comparable records began in 1999.

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  • Mother, son accused of incest
Mother, son accused of incest

A MOTHER has been arrested after allegedly bedding the son she described as being "handsome" on Facebook . According to police reports , Missy had sex with her married son - who has also been in police custody for intoxication and indecent liberties with a child, among other things - back in August.

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  • Violence eases as curfew imposed in parts of Bangalore
Violence eases as curfew imposed in parts of Bangalore

Megharikh told the media here on late Monday". One protester was killed overnight after police fired on a mob which was trying to torch a police auto, said TR Suresh, deputy police commissioner for the north of the city. The government has chose to maintain law and order with iron fist. No one will be spared. "Not implementing the order will be...

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  • US Supreme Court declines to restore early voting in Ohio
US Supreme Court declines to restore early voting in Ohio

The ruling September 13 means eligible voters in the state will not be allowed to register and cast ballots on the same day when Ohio's absentee voting period for the presidential election begins next month. The law opened the window for early voting 35 days before the election, but the deadline to register to vote was 30 days before the election. ...

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  • Website lists happiest, unhappiest states in the US
Website lists happiest, unhappiest states in the US

The same held true for Arizona's rankings under those three categories, as they were ranked 28th under "Emotional and Physical Well-Being", ranked 31st on the "Work Environment" list and the state was named 38th on the "Community and Environment" list.

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  • Akhilesh Yadav removes Shivpal's close officer from post of Chief Secretary
Akhilesh Yadav removes Shivpal's close officer from post of Chief Secretary

Sources said that disagreements between Akhilesh and Shivpal have been reported on several occasions. A day after Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Akhilesh Yadav sacked two controversial Ministers, he delivered another surprise on Tuesday by replacing the topmost bureaucrat in the State.

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  • Illegal miners trapped in disused South Africa gold mine
Illegal miners trapped in disused South Africa gold mine

This latest incident comes with Zimbabweans still having fresh memories of over twenty Zimbabweans who died in a similar incident in another SA mine in 2014. They were seen by family members of the trapped men, who were conducting a spiritual ritual when the three miners ran away before police arrived. The illegal miners are mainly unemployed mig...

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  • Three Turkish soldiers killed by ISIS in northern Syria
Three Turkish soldiers killed by ISIS in northern Syria

Turkey's president, Recep Tayyip Erdogan, suggested that his country was ready to carry out a joint operation with the United States in northern Syria to fight the Islamic State in its de facto capital, Raqqa, Turkish news media reported Wednesday.

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  • Clinton's and Trump's Plans to Help Education Differ Sharply
Clinton's and Trump's Plans to Help Education Differ Sharply

Trump's spokesman Jason Miller has dismissed Clinton's accusations of the GOP nominee, calling them " unhinged and dishonest " attacks. Clinton called the North Korea test "outrageous and unacceptable", saying she supports imposing additional USA and United Nations sanctions.

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  • Carr's late TD lifts Raiders over Saints
Carr's late TD lifts Raiders over Saints

Oakland hasn’t had a winning season since 2002, but the Raiders’ roster is sprinkled with up-and-coming stars such as quarterback David Carr, receiver Amari Cooper and defensive lineman Khalil Mack . New Orleans blew a 24-10 third quarter lead as its defense, once again, let the team down. Adding him and TE Coby Fleener , Brees seems good ...

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  • Be neutral on South China Sea, China tells US
Be neutral on South China Sea, China tells US

Both claimant and non-claimant states in the South China Sea share fundamental interests in maintaining peace and stability and peaceful resolution of disputes in accordance with global law, he said. The Philippines, which filed the arbitration case against China that yielded the ruling in July at a tribunal at The Hague, failed to mention the ma...

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  • Slight natural disaster hits Haryana, tremors felt in Delhi
Slight natural disaster hits Haryana, tremors felt in Delhi

Medium intensity natural disaster was also reported in Nagaland's capital Kohima earlier on Saturday. People come out after mild tremors were felt in New Delhi .

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  • New law allows female WWII pilot to be buried at Arlington
New law allows female WWII pilot to be buried at Arlington

In the process, the campaign helped bring to light the long-forgotten exploits of the fearless female pilots known as the WASPs. The women flew noncombat missions during World War II so that men could handle the combat missions. "My mom would be overwhelmed that we ran into this roadblock and that we got around it and that her granddaughters step...

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