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Clinton supporters react to President Obama's speech in Ann Arbor

Did he drive a wave of working-class white voters? Currently, Mr Trump is not "winning" because the latest poll has Mrs Clinton ahead by three points .Whether the polls will get it right is yet to be seen. On Monday, he was going to Florida, North Carolina, Pennsylvania and New Hampshire. "It's been some campaign", Trump said. "I'm betting that the wisdom and decency and generosity of the American people will once again win the day and that is a bet that I have never, ever lost", Obama ... Read More

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South Korea on high alert against North's threats around United States poll

The Musudan missile has an estimated range of 3,500 miles and can reach the USA territory of Guam, which supports allied military activities in South Korea. In July, Washington formally agreed to equip Seoul with a THAAD battery to further defend the region amid the North's missile tests . Reaching an altitude of 900 miles, the June 22 missile flew only about 250 miles. Read More

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There is no reason to indict Hillary Clinton for e-mails: FBI director

There is no reason to indict Hillary Clinton for e-mails: FBI director

In the wake of the FBI director's letter , the race tightened and Clinton was forced to play defense. Charles Grassley of Iowa, the Republican chairman of the Senate Judiciary Committee, said in a statement. US Senator Dianne Feinstein of California said Sunday's announcement made Comey's earlier letter "even more troubling" and called for the Justice Department to review its procedures to prevent similar actions to influence future elections. Read More

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Human Antibody Shields Mouse Foetuses Against Zika

Human Antibody Shields Mouse Foetuses Against Zika

Zika is a virus most commonly spread by the bite of an infected Aedes mosquito. The illness is usually mild with symptoms lasting from several days to a week. Indira Mysorekar, PhD, study coauthor and associate professor of obstetrics and gynecology at Washington University, said the group didn't see any damage to fetal blood vessels, thinning of the placenta, or any growth restriction in the mouse fetuses. Read More

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Syrian airstrikes on Aleppo amid intense clashes

Separately, the Iranian and Syrian foreign ministers were meeting in Moscow with their Russian counterpart to discuss the war. The Syrian military said the rockets were Russian-made Grad missiles. The government has maintained a siege on the rebel-held eastern quarters since September. "It may go beyond lifting the siege to liberating the whole city". Read More

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Dak Prescott Passes Troy Aikman For Most TD Passes In Rookie Year

Dak Prescott Passes Troy Aikman For Most TD Passes In Rookie Year

So much being said by Dez Bryant there in just a few short words. They'll be underdogs the rest of the year as they try to be just the third team ever to go winless, and the second to go 0-16. "When people are hitting, he does not go down", Jackson said, Wednesday. "I have said it before, but especially when you are 0-8, you are all for whatever it takes to get us a win". Read More

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Insurgent offensive in Aleppo kills dozens of civilians

Insurgent offensive in Aleppo kills dozens of civilians

The opposition fighters launched the attack on October 28 and have since advanced on a number of neighborhoods held by pro-government forces. The U.N. The first three days of the fighting left more than 80 people dead in the war-torn city, according to the Syrian military. Rebels appeared to fire rockets at one of the corridors in what may have been an effort to discourage people from going out. Read More

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ON TIA: SCOTUS issues stay of execution for death row inmate

ON TIA: SCOTUS issues stay of execution for death row inmate

Two hours before Arthur's scheduled execution, medical professionals and ethicists filed a brief in support of Arthur's argument with the U.S. Supreme Courts . Prison system spokesman Bob Horton said the state will wait until Arthur's death warrant expires at midnight to see if the execution can proceed. Convicted a third time in 1991, Arthur - as he had at his 1987 trial - requested the jury impose a death sentence, arguing that life without parole "would tie my hands" in the appeals ... Read More

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UK court: Gov't can't trigger EU exit without Parliament

UK court: Gov't can't trigger EU exit without Parliament

They argued that leaving the European Union will remove rights, including free movement within the bloc, and that it couldn't be done without Parliament's approval. Yet since the referendum, the Prime Minister and her team of Brexit ministers have not been clear about the exact terms of exiting the bloc. The other 27 member states have said negotiations about the terms of the UK's exit - due to last two years - can not begin until Article 50 has been invoked. Read More

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Ford developing quick-steer to avoid accidents

Ford developing quick-steer to avoid accidents

In a YouTube video posted on Thursday, Ford demonstrated how its new park assist feature can achieve parallel and perpendicular parking at the touch of a button. Certain Ford models already offer a park assist that helps steer cars into parking spaces, but Ford says it's working on an "enhanced" version that park a vehicle at the push of a button. Read More

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Final Marquette Law Poll released before election

Trump has turned to the traditionally Democratic states of Wisconsin, Michigan and New Mexico to forge a new path to victory, according to reports and actions taken by the campaign. Clinton are losing certain percentages of their party base to each other and third-party candidates, their base support continues to be roughly on par with 2012. Read More

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Aleppo: Mortar attack marks end of ceasefire

Aleppo: Mortar attack marks end of ceasefire

Late on Saturday the Observatory reported the first air strikes since Moscow announced a temporary halt in the Syrian army's Russian-backed offensive to recapture the east of the city. The UN had hoped to use the "humanitarian pause" to evacuate seriously wounded people and possibly deliver aid. Rebel groups, Borodavkin said, were holding residents hostage. Read More

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Nurse charged with killing eight in Canadian old-age homes

The male and female victims aged 75 to 96 "were administered a drug", Ontario Provincial Police detective superintendent Dave Truax told a televised press conference. "I know you have a lot of questions - Ontarians have a lot of questions and those questions will be answered, however we're asking for patience and understanding at this extremely hard moment in time". Read More

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Time to say goodbye to America: Rodrigo Duterte

Time to say goodbye to America: Rodrigo Duterte

Duterte's trade secretary, Ramon Lopez, said $13.5 billion in deals would be signed during Duterte's China trip, though it was unclear how much of that amount was in the form of final deals rather than preliminary agreements. He also told the audience there were three countries against the world - the Philippines, China and Russian Federation. "China never criticized", Duterte said in an interview with Chinese state news agency Xinhua. Read More

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Woman gang-raped in Mumbai; 7 men in custody

Woman gang-raped in Mumbai; 7 men in custody

While four of these men held the husband and the acquaintance by force, the other four raped the woman. Well, the police have arrested seven accused and still is looking for the eighth one. "After the incident, the woman and her partner reached Amboli Police Station to lodge a complaint". They have been sent to police remand till November 4. Read More

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Dems, green groups fume over OR takeover verdict

He says he saw merit in prosecutors' argument that the defendants conspired to keep federal workers from their jobs but also doubted the evidence against at least one defendant. "The Bundys want to steal our birthright, the commonwealth that is one of the cornerstones of the American experience-our public lands", said Chris Krupp, Public Lands Guardian for WildEarth Guardians. Read More

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Aleppo: UN special envoy for Syria 'shocked' by rebel offensive

On Sunday, the UN's Syria envoy Staffan de Mistura said he was "appalled and shocked" by the number of rockets indiscriminately launched by armed opposition groups on civilian suburbs of western Aleppo. Syria's army said on Monday the Nusra Front and what the army called other terrorist groups had killed 84 people, mostly women and children, in Aleppo during the past three days, in a bombardment that included chemical weapons and rocket fire. Read More

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Nigerian soldiers, police sexually abuse Boko Haram victims, Human Rights Watch says

Nigerian soldiers, police sexually abuse Boko Haram victims, Human Rights Watch says

Many of those coerced into sex said they were abandoned if they became pregnant. Residents alerted soldiers who tried to persuade the man to surrender. She said he threatened to shoot and kill her when she discovered that she was pregnant. A report from the New York-based organization says shortages of food, medicine and clothing in refugee camps compounds the vulnerability of victims including many unaccompanied girls and women orphaned and widowed by the 7-year uprising. Read More

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