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October 14 is voter registration deadline

October 14 is voter registration deadline

The website also provides a calendar of elections and related events, candidate lists and sample ballots and other information for federal, state and county elections. "Election integrity and security is a top priority", Lawson said. "I encourage all Hoosiers to be vigilant at this time ant to monitor their voter registrations until the close of the voter registration deadline". Read More

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Congressional report slams NSA leaker Edward Snowden

Congressional report slams NSA leaker Edward Snowden

But the summary contained strong words about Snowden's actions and background. Alongside MacAskill, the site cites former Attorney General Eric Holder who said Snowden "provided a public service" by sparking a debate about surveillance and possible government overreach, though Holder believes that Snowden should face the criminal charges against him. Read More

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Seoul: North Korea ready to conduct another nuclear test

North Korea carried out what is believed to be its fifth and largest nuclear test on Friday, prompting the global community to consider how to respond, BBC reported . The United Nations is working on levying further sanctions on North Korea after the Friday test, which the country has scoffed at. Meanwhile, North Korea's foreign minister Ri Yong Ho has left Pyongyang for a pair of worldwide meetings, including the UN General Assembly. Read More

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Did Donald Trump's charity hand get frisky with bribes?

For another, the Trump Foundation seems to have repeatedly defied the Internal Revenue Service rules that govern nonprofits. "We've inquired into it", Schneiderman said during an interview with CNN . "He comes up to my office looking for campaign contributions", Trump said of Schneiderman. The Trump campaign dismissed the claims and stated that Schneiderman has overlooked the wrongdoings of the Clinton Foundation for years. Read More

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EU chief Tusk: No new centralized powers to deal with crises

A European human rights body comprising constitutional experts, the Venice Commission, criticized Poland for effectively paralyzing the Constitutional Tribunal. Since coming to power nearly a year ago, the ruling Law and Justice (PiS) party has passed a law, that limits the powers of the Constitutional Tribunal, and appointed five judges, ignoring the three judges who had been nominated by the previous Polish parliament. Read More

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Philippines says U.S. treaty intact as Duterte tests ties

He made the statements a day after he said he wanted American soldiers out of Mindanao as they were in danger of being targeted by Moro extremists in the area. Yasay also assured that the president would respect the Enhanced Defense Cooperation Agreement (EDCA) signed by the two countries to allow the USA military to rotate troops in the Philippines while building and operating facilities at bases. Read More

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Undecided GOP-Leaning Voters Provide an Opening for Donald Trump

Undecided GOP-Leaning Voters Provide an Opening for Donald Trump

Donald Trump heads into the Labor Day weekend trailing his Hillary Clinton both nationally and in some of the most crucial states. The survey's margin of error is 3 percentage points. "There are a number of people who don't think she is honest and trustworthy". In addition to many potential voters feeling as though she is untrustworthy, the Federal Bureau of Investigation referred to her as "extremely careless", which is the last thing you want in a presidential candidate. Read More

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North Korea's foreign minister departs for UN meeting

North Korea's foreign minister departs for UN meeting

The speculation about any new nuclear test by the North comes three days after it conducted its fifth atomic bomb explosion. "Assessment by South Korean and USA intelligence is that the North is always ready for an additional nuclear test in the Punggye-ri area", South Korea's Defense Ministry spokesman Moon Sang-gyun said at a news briefing , referring to the region near the northeastern coast that has been the site of the explosions. Read More

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Pence declines to call Trump supporter David Duke 'deplorable'

PENCE: No, I'm not in the name-calling business , Wolf. In case you thought that nothing about this year's presidential election could surprise you, Donald Trump's running mate is here to prove you wrong. Republican Rep. Gary Palmer (Ala.) isn't buying Hillary Clinton's pneumonia diagnosis. They are Americans. And they deserve the respect of the Democrat nominee for president of the United States. Read More

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Clinton says she got dizzy but didn't pass out

Clinton continued: "What happened yesterday was that I just was incredibly committed to being at the memorial". As a Senator on 9/11, this is incredibly personal to me. "She had a good night's sleep". "You know, compare everything you know about me with my opponent". Jennifer Palmieri, Clinton's communications director, said the campaign " could have done better " in handling the situation, and campaign spokesman Brian Fallon admitted, "we should have provided more information more quickly". Read More

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Turkey sends power lines into Syrian town cleared of IS

Turkey and other countries opposed to the Syrian government have intensified their parleys, putting forth a proposal through the "opposition" which they support, for President Bashar al-Assad to step down. On Aug. 24 morning, the Turkish Air Force, with the support of the coalition aircraft, launched an operation to liberate the city of Jarabulus from the IS militants in northern Syria, near Aleppo. Read More

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Clinton says her 'deplorables' comment was 'grossly generalistic'

Clinton says her 'deplorables' comment was 'grossly generalistic'

She went to note that the other half of his supporters are good, hard-working Americans who felt that the government has failed them economically. Some of those people were irredeemable, she said, but they did not represent America. So is the press going to cover this story in the right [context], or are they going to hold Hillary to a different standard again? They might not agree with Trump entirely, but see him as a new path forward for a broken system, she said. Read More

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Carson Wentz leads Eagles past Browns 29-10

That's how good the rookie quarterback from North Dakota was in his first National Football League start. Wentz finished 22-37 for 278 yards and 2 touchdowns and overall looked good. The quarterback position is the hardest. He can still be a great quarterback, but his true talent will not be known until he plays some more talented teams. Read More

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Dialogue, consultation are "golden rule" in South China Sea

China successfully kept the lid on the South China Sea dispute throughout a series of major global gatherings, wooing members of the Association of Southeast Asian Nations and casting Japan and the U.S.as outsiders on the issue. He expressed China's readiness to work with other parties to translate challenges in East Asia into an opportunity for stability and sustained prosperity. Read More

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Dozens Killed In Bangladesh Factory Blaze

At least fifteen people have been killed and 70 injured in a huge fire triggered by a boiler explosion at a Bangladeshi packaging factory, officials said on September 10. The accident was followed by an even bigger tragedy six months later when 1,138 people died after another clothing factory complex collapsed, trapping over 3,000 workers. Read More

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ABVP dominates DUSU, Left leads in JNUSU

ABVP dominates DUSU, Left leads in JNUSU

Registering a voting percentage of around 60 per cent, the highest in three years, almost 5,200 votes were cast in these keenly watched polls after the Kanhaiya Kumar controversy that brought the varsity into spotlight. A political science Honours student from Kirori Mal College said: "I am a BJP supporter and hence voted for the ABVP". Announced on Saturday, the Congress-backed National Students Union of India (NSUI) got one seat. Read More

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Trump chief won't reveal North Korea plan as tensions mount

North Korea's persistent pursuit of missiles and nuclear weapons has always been one of the most intractable foreign policy problems for USA administrations. North Korea announced the latest test not through governmental or diplomatic channels, but from technical personnel affiliated with an organization identified as the "Nuclear Weapons Institute of the Democratic People's Republic of Korea". Read More

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North Korea Conducts Fifth Nuclear Test

President Barack Obama's watch, leaves Washington yet again hoping that Beijing will crack down on Pyongyang. The country's state-run media claims this is its fifth test, and the U.S. "Japan lodges a serious protest against North Korea and condemns it in the strongest language", he added. Pyongyang now claims to have standardized a nuclear warhead they can mount to ballistic missiles. Read More

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Zimbabwe denies opposition supporters food aid: Rights group

Zimbabwe denies opposition supporters food aid: Rights group

Politician Tendai Biti, a member of Zimbabwe Lawyers for Human Rights who represented the opposition in court, said Mugabe's statements were inappropriate. The report, compiled after three months of extensive investigations into allegations of discrimination in to the distribution of food aid said since January this year, said MDC-T supporters at Dewure Resettlement Scheme in Bikita East, were being denied food aid, which was distributed by from Department of Social Welfare and Plan ... Read More

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Cosby Trial Date Officially Set

Cosby Trial Date Officially Set

The statement continues: "Yet, over the last fourteen months, Mr. Cosby, and those who have supported him, have been ignored, while lawyers like Gloria Allred hold press conferences to accuse him of crimes for unwitnessed events that allegedly occurred nearly a half century earlier". Read More

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Donald Trump Told Howard Stern He Supported the Iraq War

Donald Trump's admiration for President Putin is unpatriotic and scary, Hillary Clinton said yesterday after the Republican nominee described the Russian as "far more" of a leader than President Obama . They didn't want to talk to us about it, as is their usual response. Asked why she didn't have a more commanding lead over Trump , she said the race was always going to be close but her campaign was "in a strong position". Read More

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