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Trying to recover from a series of campaign gaffes, former New Mexico Gov. Gary Johnson this weekend is bringing his Libertarian presidential campaign to Arizona. "I guess I'm having an Aleppo moment ", Johnson said, trying to turn the moment into a bit of self-deprecating humor. Mr Johnson still couldn't name anyone.
  • Rally, march in memory of man shot by police in California

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    Olango, 38, was shot and killed by Gonsalves on Tuesday after police received calls about a man acting erratically and running into traffic. His mother later clarified saying her son was distraught over a friends death. The video was released after three nights of unruly and, at times, violent protests, and on the eve of a large demonstration called for by the man's family, who had pressured authorities in El Cajon to show the full footage of the fatal encounter.
  • Philly shooting leaves 2 dead, 5 wounded, including 2 cops

    Philly shooting leaves 2 dead, 5 wounded, including 2 cops

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    The university police officer was shot in the pelvis and the right ankle, police said, and he is in stable condition at a hospital. Ross says, with safety in mind, officers will continue to patrol in pairs until further notice. He said police believe only the gunman was involved. She was wearing a bulletproof vest and was struck eight times in the left shoulder, arm and torso.
  • Family: Wounded 6-year-old boy on life support

    Family: Wounded 6-year-old boy on life support

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    Authorities said they don't yet know a motive for the shooting and they were not sure if the students and teacher were targeted or shot randomly. Jacob Hall, a 6-year-old boy shot at his SC elementary school, sustained a major brain injury due to blood loss and has been placed in life support, his family said.
  • A 'Very Powerful' Hurricane Matthew Heads for Jamaica, Haiti

    A 'Very Powerful' Hurricane Matthew Heads for Jamaica, Haiti

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    Now, Matthew is on course to hit Jamaica, Haiti and Cuba. Plus, it continues to move westward at 7 miles per hour, as it was earlier. Hurricane-force winds extend 30 miles from Matthew's center. Around the eye of the hurricane, winds are whipping at 160mph, and by the late afternoon of October 1, or on the morning of October 2, the storm may be taking a sharp turn into the Caribbean Sea.
  • Donald Trump expected to hold rally in Novi today

    Donald Trump expected to hold rally in Novi today

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    The statewide poll showed Trump to be seven points behind Clinton in MI. “Hillary Clinton is ripping jobs outs of this country, ” said Trump. State Democrats and local officials had a lot t say ahead of Donald Trump's visit to Novi Friday night.
  • Syria truce hangs in the balance amid attacks, lack of aid

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    The situation is especially grave in the northern city of Aleppo , where movements of armoured vehicles and cars have been recorded in the eastern part of the besieged city and its suburbs, said the spokesman. The cease-fire deal is now threatened with a recent escalation between Moscow and Washington, after the US-led airstrikes killed 90 Syrian servicemen in the eastern province of Deir al-Zour on Saturday.
  • 14-year-old boy charged in school shooting

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    Teacher Meghan Hollingsworth, who was shot in the shoulder, and the other boy, also 6, according to media reports, were treated and released. They say the youth killed his father with multiple gunshots at home before going to the school. Police said the shooting occurred on the playground and the gunman never entered the school building. Deputies detained the teen, who was not identified because he is a minor, after a volunteer firefighter took him down.
  • Ohio elections chief: About 806000 ask for absentee ballots

    Ohio elections chief: About 806000 ask for absentee ballots

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    Applications to vote by mail are available online at: http://bit.ly/VoteMail or at the County Clerk's Office, located in the lobby of the county Administration Building at 20 Grove St. Scholler points out there will likely be a waiting line due to the number of absentee votes cast historically in a presidential election. Have your social security and NY driver's license or permit number ready and then click the link that says "Electronic Voter Registration Application".
  • Taika Waititi Planning 'What We Do in the Shadows' TV Spin-Off

    Taika Waititi Planning 'What We Do in the Shadows' TV Spin-Off

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    Vampires don't just drink virgin blood because it sounds cool, we learned from Taika Waititi's vampire comedy What We Do in the Shadows. Since then, we've learned that the feature film sequel will be called We're Wolves, following Rhys Darby, Stuart Rutherford and the rest of the werewolves we see in the first movie.
  • Texas Pulls out of Federal Refugee Resettlement Program

    Texas Pulls out of Federal Refugee Resettlement Program

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    When Abbott first made it known he'd pull the plug on the state's role in resettlement, many in the religious community rushed to offer assistance for the refugees, including the Baptist General Convention of Texas and the Texas Catholic Conference of Bishops.
  • Judge denies block on Internet address transfer

    Judge denies block on Internet address transfer

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    On Thursday the attorneys general of Arizona, Oklahoma, Texas and Nevada filed a lawsuit asking a Federal district court to block the transition, alleging it amounts to giving up US government property, among other complaints . "The uncertainty is who actually will make up the board of directors of this private entity and whether countries like Russian Federation or China will have a disproportionate influence on controlling the Internet ", Cornyn said .
  • Crews battling California fire brace for hot day

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    The Cal Fire crew are taking all necessary means to contain this wildfire. Officials said, the city of Morgan Hill are not threatened and there is no expectation that the fire will spread to the area. The flames also are burning close to television and radio towers. No injuries had been reported as of Tuesday morning. "After dark, as we're fighting fire in unfamiliar terrain - with obviously dangers of the fire itself and the movement of the fire - it definitely presents a considerable ...
  • Trump on the defensive after combative debate with Clinton

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    Overnight polls with small samples were split on who won , but more rigorous surveys are due in the coming days. Trump said Clinton's campaign ads have been vicious and misrepresented him, and that he had to restrain himself from make similar comments about her personal life.
  • Obama vetoes bill allowing 9/11 families to sue Saudi Arabia

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    JASTA, Obama added, "does not contribute to these goals, does not enhance the safety of Americans from terrorist attacks, and undermines core U.S. interests". Still, Ryan said the September 11 victims "need to have their day in court", and declared there are enough votes in the House for a veto override to pass.
  • Oklahoma State Learning Importance Of Offensive Line And Ball Control

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    Baylor owned a 21-14 lead at halftime, thanks to the connection Russell had with Zamora, who was seeing his first action of the season after serving a three-game suspension following his misdemeanor citation for animal abuse in late June. For Hill, who ran for a game-high 122 yards, it was his second killer fumble of the night. He was also BU's leading rusher in the game with 10 carries for 65 yards.
  • Southeast Missouri couple killed in Florida crash, 2 children survive

    Southeast Missouri couple killed in Florida crash, 2 children survive

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    Family friend Loni Burnside Eaton tells the Sentinel that family members are on their way to Florida to tell the girls their parents died. One vehicle crashed into a tree, killing two adults in the front seats of the auto and seriously injuring two children in the back seats who were entrapped in the wreckage.
  • Over 800000 OH voters request absentee ballots

    Over 800000 OH voters request absentee ballots

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    A record turnout is expected by officials when absentee voting begins this Tuesday. With less than two months until the general election on November 8, absentee voters are beginning to receive their state ballots. About five percent of voters chose to vote by absentee ballot in Lowndes County four years ago, Barksdale said. "I'm very happy about it,"he said".
  • Iowa man braves Cedar Rivers floodwaters to safe deer

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    Residents in the northeast Iowa town of Palo are being urged not to use water on Sunday because of a sewer line break and flooding in the area. Residents of Cedar Rapids are bracing for the Cedar River to reach a crest of 23 feet Tuesday morning.
  • Washington Monument closed indefinitely over elevator's 'reliability issues'

    Washington Monument closed indefinitely over elevator's 'reliability issues'

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    The Washington Monument will remain closed indefinitely until repairs are made to its elevators, which have been breaking down periodically, the National Park Service announced on Monday. But they don't exactly know what's wrong with it. Litterst said an announcement of the possible duration of the closure, and the work to be done, would be announced "in the next couple of weeks".
  • Marlins will wear Jose Fernandez's No. 16 jerseys against Mets

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    While the Marlins didn't play Sunday afternoon, they will face the Mets on Monday night. Junko Sasaki of Japan cries at a memorial for Jose Fernandez at Marlins Park in Miami after the game against the Atlanta Braves was canceled because of the death of pitcher Jose Fernandez , Sunday, Sept.
  • Funeral held for unarmed man shot by Tulsa officer

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    Shelby was released on $50,000 bond and is scheduled for an initial court appearance on September 30. An unarmed black man shot and killed by a white police officer in Tulsa, Oklahoma, was remembered at a funeral service on Saturday as a father of four with a good heart.
  • Key Bridgegate witness claims Chris Christie used Port Authority to gain endorsements

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    Christie has denied knowing about the bridge scheme until well after it was carried out, and a taxpayer-funded report he commissioned absolved him of wrongdoing. He testified that the mayor told him he "wished he had the balls to do it", and that if he were governor, he would take numerous same positions. She said when Baroni returned her message the following day he curtly told her that her department's outgoing phone charges were being reviewed because they were too high, which she took to ...
  • Houston shooting: Police say they've shot suspect

    Houston shooting: Police say they've shot suspect

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    Firefighters and police swarmed the scene as gunfire rang out, KTRK reported. Jennifer Molleda's husband was among those hurt by glass. One auto ignored him, he said , and was immediately shot at. A gunman who died in a shootout with officers in Houston Monday was a lawyer who lived in the neighborhood and left a auto full of weapons near the scene, the city's police chief said.
  • George and Charlotte steal show in Canada

    George and Charlotte steal show in Canada

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    While George was famously taken on the couple's trip to New Zealand when he was just eight months, this is Charlotte's royal tour debut and the first time the whole family have embarked on such a trip. The welcome party waiting on the tarmac included the Canadian PM and wife Sophie, Governor General David Johnston and wife Sharon, British Columbia premier Christy Clark and her son Hamish and Judith Guichon .
  • Ted Cruz calls his decision to back Trump 'agonizing'

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    This comes just days before the crucial first presidential debate between Democratic candidate Hillary Clinton and Trump on September 27. And he didn't want to be seen by conservatives as aiding Democrat Hillary Clinton. Many political pundits on the same side of politics and culture as Cruz have said they're abstaining from voting for Trump due to conflicts in value and principle, among other reasons.
  • Charlotte protests remain peaceful for another night

    Charlotte protests remain peaceful for another night

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    Scott had in his possession, officers made a decision to take enforcement action for public safety concerns", the document said. "There was a crime he committed and the gun exacerbated the situation", Putney said . The officer who shot him, Brentley Vinson , also is black. A North Carolina law that takes effect October 1 will declare that the video is not a public record and that only a judge can release it, potentially making the issue far more complicated than if police simply shared the ...
  • Clinton, Trump postpone Charlotte visits at request of mayor, governor

    Clinton, Trump postpone Charlotte visits at request of mayor, governor

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    After further discussions with community leaders, we have chose to postpone Sunday's trip as to not impact the City's resources. Charlotte Mayor Jennifer Roberts, a Democrat who has endorsed Hillary Clinton for president, urged the Democratic nominee to postpone her scheduled visit on Sunday in an interview on CNN.
  • NY governor's ex-top aide among 8 charged in bribery case

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    Andrew Cuomo, as well as SUNY Polytechnic Institute's Founding President and CEO Alain Kaloyeros and a host of executives at some of upstate New York's most prominent development firms. The company, based in Braintree, Massachusetts, didn't immediately reply to queries Thursday. Percoco's lawyer told the Associated Press on Thursday that his client intends to plead not guilty.
  • Cuomo: I had 'no idea' about alleged crimes

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    Cuomo said he will wait to decide how much money the state is willing to commit to the second phase until he sees the plan that Zemsky comes up with. Kaloyeros faces state and federal charges that he conspired with developers to ensure they won lucrative contracts.
  • Ted Cruz announces his support for Donald Trump

    Ted Cruz announces his support for Donald Trump

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    Clinton, we know beyond a shadow of doubt, would veto that legislation. Hillary Clinton is manifestly unfit to be president, and her policies would harm millions of Americans. "I don't think he's going to win, but even him running is a great embarrassment if you're an American". Obama's voters didn't show up - despite his urgent and personal appeals.
  • Browns sign K Cody Parkey

    Browns sign K Cody Parkey

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    Nevertheless, the Browns have signed former Philadelphia Eagles kicker Cody Parkey to take his place as the team heads to Miami as 10-point underdogs against the Dolphins. He was waived earlier this month by the Eagles , who kept Caleb Sturgis as their kicker. Quarterback Josh McCown's collarbone injury will force him out for a few games or more, meaning it's on to their third string QB in this year's third-round draft pick Cody Kessler.