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Police said a 12-year-old who was possibly intoxicated led them on a vehicle chase Monday morning that ended when the auto the minor was driving hit a light pole on Pleasant Valley Road. Ramos said it's believed alcohol consumption might have been involved, but didn't say for certain that this was the case. Ramos said authorities are still investigating the incident and that it was too soon to tell whether the child's parents would face any charges, or whether the child has any criminal ...
  • Jurors report in Walter Scott shooting case

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    Slager has also been slapped with several federal charges including violating civil rights laws. A year ago the city of North Charleston reached a $6.5 million civil settlement with Scott's family. It took seconds for Michael Slager to fire the shots that ended Walter Scott's life in a field behind a pawn shop in North Charleston , South Carolina.
  • City, media argue in court over Orlando club 911 calls

    City, media argue in court over Orlando club 911 calls

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    When the police officer on the other end of the line asks if he's done something about it, Mateen replies, "Yes I have". Mateen spoke with police and negotiators over a series of phone calls that took place between 2:30 a.m. I'm with the Orlando police. Mateen compared himself to other terrorists behind U.S. attacks, saying: "My homeboy Tamerlan Tsarnaev did his thing on the Boston Marathon".
  • Not happy with Brazile's talk about debate questions

    Not happy with Brazile's talk about debate questions

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    Brazile in that March 12 email said she was anxious about how Hillary Clinton would answer a debate question on the death penalty, giving the campaign time to prepare its answer. Clinton and Sanders squared off March 6 during a debate at Flint's Whiting Auditorium. Flint had been rocked by a water contamination scandal. Left unresolved is how Brazile would have received advanced copies of the debate questions that were supposed to be closely guarded, if the e-mails are genuine.
  • Trump Supporter Who Chanted Jew-SA Is Deplorable

    Trump Supporter Who Chanted Jew-SA Is Deplorable

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    Though not all supporters openly despise Jews or hope for Whites to reign supreme, we have seen again and again that the rhetoric in his campaign draws those sorts of degenerates by the droves. Remember, this is a man who said he needed to do some research when he was asked to condemn the KKK. "He says things like, 'Oh sure, I disavow, I disavow, '" Tapper said.
  • Justice Department, Abedin lawyers in talks to permit email search

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    The concert provided some visual counter-programming to the latest email revelations weighing on Democrat nominee's race to win the White House ahead of the 8 November election. "Of course, Donald Trump is already making up lies about this", Clinton said. Several FBI field offices and USA attorneys offices pushed for the investigation after receiving a tip from a bank about suspicious donations to the Clinton Foundation from a foreign donor, according to the report.
  • Pence calls airplane skid '10 seconds of uncertainty'

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    But Thursday night's landing wasn't a joke. NEW YORK (AP) — A field of aerated cement blocks that crumble under the weight of an aircraft helped prevent Republican vice presidential nominee Mike Pence's campaign plane from barreling off a runway and onto a busy parkway nearby.
  • Detroit officer killed in hit-and-run; man arrested

    Detroit officer killed in hit-and-run; man arrested

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    Friday night, a woman's auto was hit by another driver who didn't stop so she chased him. "He was transported to a local hospital where he was pronounced dead". That driver, Guzina fled the scene on foot sparking a massive manhunt with DPD, Michigan State Police and canine officers. Before Guzina was located, officers went to his home in Lincoln Park, where a woman, believed to be his wife or ex-wife, answered the door.
  • Early voting: More good signs for Clinton in key states

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    El Paso is not alone in seeing record voter turnout in the early election period. It still was a lot easier than getting in the auto and going to the Kansas State Fairgrounds on Election Day, she said. In terms of any kind of conspiracy to benefit one candidate and hurt the other, as some on social media are suggesting, Pippins-Poole said: "That is not happening".
  • Biden Tops Clinton List For US Secretary Of State

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    But the source said Clinton's orbit views him as an obvious selection. Vice President Joe Biden is "not a big fan" of disgraced former Rep. Anthony Weiner. And though Biden and Clinton have been publicly chummy during their service in the Obama administration and their joint appearances on the campaign trail, the tensions in their relationship have occasionally spilled into public view.
  • Hacked emails show Clinton aides surprised at 2015 email revelations

    Hacked emails show Clinton aides surprised at 2015 email revelations

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    What more proof do we need that as far as Bill and Hillary Clinton are concerned, the rules don't apply to them? This has led to charges of favoritism toward Clinton, who is the Democratic Party candidate for president. "Mr. Band called the arrangement 'unorthodox.' The rest of us call it outright corruption", Trump said Thursday. It said in a statement , "The Clintons are extremely proud of the work of the foundation that has helped millions of people around the world".
  • Biden rules out being a potential Clinton secretary of state

    Biden rules out being a potential Clinton secretary of state

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    Mr Biden, 73, was a senator for 36 years and chaired the Senate Foreign Relations Committee. According to The Huffington Post , citing Politico , Clinton and her team are now discussing about they best way of approaching Biden regarding this post, in case she obtains a win in the General Elections.
  • Penn State awaits word on linebackers as No. 2 Buckeyes loom

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    It was a great game, a hostile environment. "We had a lot of success on Saturday night and it's fun to be out there with those guys because everybody can make a play at any time". Numerous players, including quarterback Trace McSorley , said it motivated them to get the win for him, but the injury means the loss of one of the more experienced offensive lineman.
  • Rodrigo Duterte Says He Wants All Foreign Troops Out Of Philippines

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    He said Wednesday he wants foreign troops out of his country possibly within the next two years, referring to visiting USA troops. In 2014, a new agreement between the countries allowed for some American military presence, meant to counterbalance the growing influence of China in the South China Sea dispute.
  • Cops: Man who shot 2 Boston officers didn't have gun license

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    That man was later identified as 33-year-old Kirk Figueroa. Walsh noted that the shootings occurred hours after police had honored another officer who was killed in the line of duty in the 1970s. Morris and his partner were honored for persuading a masked gunman firing on a crowded bus stop to surrender peacefully. He asked that the community "pray for our officers".
  • Obama mixes talk of 'mean tweets,' politics on Jimmy Kimmel

    Obama mixes talk of 'mean tweets,' politics on Jimmy Kimmel

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    As Election Day nears and President Obama's months as President draw to a close, he's taken to making fun of Republican Presidential Nominee Donald Trump . Obama also took the opportunity to read some more mean tweets this time around, and even respond directly to Donald Trump . Obama picked up on the joke while describing how comedian Bill Murray beat him in a contest to putt golf balls into a glass in the Oval Office during a recent visit - a stunt the White House created to ...
  • Clinton makes gains among younger voters, but their mood is dark

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    Meanwhile, Republicans had the edge among Floridians who have cast vote-by-mail ballots, up 606,144 to 569,783 over registered Democrats. Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump planned a detour from the campaign trail on Wednesday to formally open a new hotel in what a top aide said would remind voters of his business accomplishments less than two weeks before the election.
  • Korea agree to step up pressure on N. Korea

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    As tension mounts over North Korea's nuclear and missile tests, senior leaders from the U.S., Japan and South Korea held trilateral talks Thursday in Tokyo in an effort to tackle Pyongyang's undeterred mission to develop its nuclear arsenal.
  • Judge approves $15 billion Volkswagen emissions settlement

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    Volkswagen agreed to spend up to $10.033 billion on the buybacks and owner compensation and $4.7 billion on programs to offset excess emissions and boost clean-vehicle projects. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) and California Air Resources Board (CARB). Judge Charles Breyer of the US District Court for the Northern District of California granted final approval to the settlement agreement between Volkswagen and private plaintiffs represented by a Court-appointed Plaintiffs' ...
  • Clinton campaign on private server: 'They wanted to get away with it'

    Clinton campaign on private server: 'They wanted to get away with it'

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    And they worry about things like the candidate having Parkinson's Disease, such as this tweet. "This guy - he's as bad as she is", Trump said of the president. But the president was not aware of the fact that this was a personal email server and that this was the email address that she was using exclusively for all her business.
  • As Trump falters, more Republicans say they'll block Clinton

    As Trump falters, more Republicans say they'll block Clinton

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    The US does not have party-line elections, so voters can either punish a party (usually the one that has been in charge) by voting against all of its candidates; fully support a particular party; or split their tickets by voting for one party's presidential candidate and another party's congressional candidates.
  • Police disperse crowd protesting detentions in Turkey

    Police disperse crowd protesting detentions in Turkey

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    The government accuses the HDP of being the political wing of the PKK, which is considered a terror organization by Turkey and its allies and has waged a 30-year insurgency against the Turkish state. A few hours before her arrest, Kisanak testified before a parliamentary commission looking into the failed military coup on July 15. The arrests also sparked protests in Istanbul.
  • Court Agrees To Dismiss Juror No. 11 In Malheur Trial

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    Marcus Mumford, an attorney for Ammon Bundy, said in court papers that the court did not adequately investigate concerns about the juror's impartiality, which emerged Tuesday afternoon in a note sent to the judge by another juror. Another juror sent a note Tuesday stating the now-dismissed juror had declared he was "very biased" during deliberations. Bundy in early 2016 led what turned out to be a 41-day occupation of a national wildlife refuge near Burns, Oregon.
  • School says student in noose case disciplined

    School says student in noose case disciplined

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    State president of the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP), a leading black civil rights organization, urged authorities to open a federal investigation following the October 13 incident at Stone County High School in Wiggins.
  • Deputies Collect 171 Pounds of Prescription Drugs from Jackson County

    Deputies Collect 171 Pounds of Prescription Drugs from Jackson County

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    From 10 a.m.to 2 p.m. local time on Saturday, Oct. 22, nearly 4,000 local law enforcement agencies and community organizations will let people dispose of unused, unwanted prescription medications at 4,700 collection sites. Anyone who was not able to participate can anonymously surrender their unused and unwanted medications for destruction at any MSP post , Monday through Friday from 8 a.m.to 4 p.m.
  • Elizabeth Warren To Trump: 'Nasty Women Vote'

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    That would leave him only a razor-thin pathway to the 270 electoral votes needed to win the White House on November 8. Hillary Clinton addresses the crowd of more than 100 people. The former secretary of state criticized the mogul for being thin-skinned when it comes to criticism and venting about it on his Twitter account.
  • IEA Says Oil Demand will Rise in 2017

    IEA Says Oil Demand will Rise in 2017

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    Renewables are expected to cover more than 60 percent of the increase in world electricity generation over the medium term, rapidly closing the gap with coal, according to the report published on IEA website. Image: Duke Energy intends to increase renewable energy generation capacity in Carolina, US. Thereafter, offshore wind will be the biggest area of growth for United Kingdom renewables for the rest of this decade, the IEA predicts, as major projects that have already secured subsidy ...
  • Jay Z Reportedly Holding Concert In Cleveland For Hillary Clinton Supporters

    Jay Z Reportedly Holding Concert In Cleveland For Hillary Clinton Supporters

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    Almost 60% of the tweets sent about the debate revolved around the Republican presidential nominee and his exchanges with challenger Democratic candidate Hillary Clinton. In 2012, according to Cleveland.com , Jay Z campaigned for Obama alongside Bruce Springsteen in Columbus, Ohio. A few weeks ago, National Basketball Association champion LeBron James formally endorsed Hillary .
  • Last day to register to vote for this election is Oct

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    Monday morning until midnight to accept registration forms. "Voting is one of our most fundamental rights as citizens", said Registrar of Voters Shannon Bushey. Voters should complete a new registration form if they have moved, changed a name, or would like to change their political party preference. California residents may register to vote if they are USA citizens, at least 18 years old by Election Day, not adjudicated as mentally incompetent and not precluded because of certain criminal ...
  • Big 12 Memo Reportedly Told Schools to Say Expansion Decision Was Unanimous

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    In an effort to earn an invitation to join the Big 12, University of Houston Board of Regents Chairman Tilman Fertitta, UH President Renu Khator and Vice President of Athletics Hunter Yurachek met with the Big 12 Conference officials to deliver a two-hour presentation and also participated in an earlier Skype discussion.
  • Kaine: Trump making excuses for his own problems

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    Hillary Clinton's coming back". Kaine was instrumental in the choice of Charlotte for the 2012 Democratic National Convention. In State College Tim Kaine was campaigning for Hillary Clinton at a rally on Penn State's main campus Friday.
  • Is Todd Bowles' confidence in Ryan Fitzpatrick wavering?

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    Now more than 14 months later, Smith has finally regained his starting job . The New York defense is allowing 27.3 points and 389.5 yards per game, including 304 passing yards per contest. Smith holds an 11-18 record for his career with 25 touchdowns and 34 interceptions. Fitzpatrick has played so badly, the Jets are probably looking at him the same way they looked at Smith past year.