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But we're getting them out of our country, they're here illegally . "But we're getting them out of our country". Mr Trump has also asked for his fraud trial to be delayed until after he is sworn in early next year. "Um, I feel that I want to focus on jobs, I want to focus on healthcare, I want to focus on the border and immigration and doing a really great immigration bill".
  • Senate: Duckworth unseats Kirk

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    Two organizations reversed their endorsements of Kirk afterward, calling his comments racist. Before that, Kirk gave a concession speech, telling a crowd in Northbrook that he called Duckworth to congratulate her and offer support. The race for U.S. Senate in IL has been a heated affair, thrust into the national spotlight because of its significance in Senate Democrats' efforts to regain a majority, and because of a series of verbal miscues.
  • Deportation fears grip immigrants after Trump's election

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    Karin Mitchell, a Silverthorne resident, said some Hispanic parents were now anxious about their kids' ability to go to college, and that immediately after the election there were reports of kids at Summit County schools being taunted about getting deported.
  • Trump immigration proposals raise concern amid reports of bullying at schools

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    The total number of people who will be targeted for immediate deportation if Trump goes ahead with his plans is at least five million, according to an analysis from the Washington Post . "With all the things he has at his disposal, he could make good on his promises (of mass deportations)". "At the end of the day, we don't know specifically what he will do", Kamal Essaheb, director of policy and advocacy of the National Immigrant Law Center, said in a press call on Thursday.
  • Indiana voters see Trump as the candidate of change

    Indiana voters see Trump as the candidate of change

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    The correspondent of the News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) in the US, reports that exit polls projection showed that Trump won Kentucky, Indiana, Florida, Ohio, Georgia, North Carolina, Michigan and Wisconsin, while Clinton won in Pennsylvania, Virginia and Vermont.
  • Clinton casts her ballot: 'It is the most humbling feeling'

    Clinton casts her ballot: 'It is the most humbling feeling'

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    Ahead of the election, there was anxiety over whether voters would face problems. Five US states began voting Tuesday at a critical juncture in the presidential race, with Hillary Clinton seeking a knockout against Bernie Sanders and Republican Donald Trump confident of extending his lead despite rivals joining forces against him.
  • Quotations in the News

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    US stocks maintained big gains mid-afternoon Monday as election polls stabilized and forecast a win for Hillary Clinton in Tuesday's presidential election. Opinion polls had tightened as Trump began to recover ground lost while battling accusations of sexual assault, and the race looked headed for a photo finish.
  • Florida to decide Rubio's fate, influence presidential race

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    Rep. Patrick Murphy , spoke with supporters before introducing President Barack Obama at a rally in Kissimmee. Murphy also proved to be a less than formidable challenger for Rubio. Murphy at one point called the presidential race the single biggest factor in his race with Rubio. But the polls quickly swung back in favor of more Republicans amid FBI Director James Comey's October 28 disclosure that he revived an investigation of Clinton's use of a private e-mail server while she was secretary ...
  • Secretary of State Ruth Johnson addresses the November 8 election

    Secretary of State Ruth Johnson addresses the November 8 election

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    About 78 percent of eligible Californians are registered to vote, the highest percentage of eligible citizens registered before a general election in 20 years, the secretary of state's office said in a statement. But others said that this election is different, meaning long lines are a distinct possibility. You're guaranteed time off to vote, so take it! Polls open at 7 a.m.
  • United States tycoon Robert Durst pleads not guilty in LA murder

    United States tycoon Robert Durst pleads not guilty in LA murder

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    Los Angeles prosecutors said they would not be seeking the death penalty against Durst. Durst is accused of shooting Berman, a friend and the daughter of a Las Vegas organized crime figure, in her Benedict Canyon home because she allegedly witnessed a crime.
  • Woman dead after being pushed off NYC subway platform

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    Neither the victim nor the suspect was immediately identified by authorities. One woman is dead after being pushed off a subway platform in New York City by another woman who reportedly looked "proud" after being arrested. Police have not released information about either the victim or suspect's identity. Police are reviewing surveillance footage and interviewing witnesses, but a motive has not yet been determined.
  • Democratic VP Nominee Tim Kaine holds rally at UWGB in Green Bay

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    He told the group in Raleigh that he would be wrapping up campaigning with a pair of events in Virginia, where Kaine is a US senator and former governor. Mike Pence , the Republican vice presidential nominee, was in Miami on Friday, and Trump campaigned in Tampa on Saturday morning. At the end of a race, undecided voters, if they have a Democratic or a Republican lean, they tend to go back to their team.
  • Two police officers killed in 'ambush' attack

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    He was taken into custody and was treated at a Des Moines hospital. "Greene is believed to be armed and should be considered risky". Some 52 U.S. police officers have been fatally shot while on duty this year, up 58% from the 33 shot dead by this point in 2015, according to the National Law Enforcement Officers Memorial.
  • Authorities: 3 killed, 3 injured in stabbings at Newark home

    Authorities: 3 killed, 3 injured in stabbings at Newark home

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    The attack, which Newark Mayor Ras Baraka called "one of the most tragic and savage " he's seen, left an 8-year-old girl, an 11-year-old boy and a 23-year-old woman dead. Police say he is wanted for questioning but should be considered armed and risky. Newark Mayor Ras Baraka called the scene "horrific and frightful", and said it was "one of the most tragic and savage situations" he's seen in 20 years.
  • Utah police ID officer fatally struck by car

    Utah police ID officer fatally struck by car

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    Cody Brotherson, 25, a three year veteran of the West Valley City Police Department was killed in the early hours Sunday after a short pursuit. According to investigators, the incident began when officers saw three people steal a auto from an apartment complex.
  • Mike Pence and Ted Cruz rally Michigan Republicans

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    He also promised to elect Supreme Court justices who would interpret the Constitution similarly to Antonin Scalia. "I'm here campaigning for Donald Trump, for Mike Pence". PolitiFact found that Clinton did fail to negotiate the agreement, which would have kept up to 10,000 US troops in Iraq. "That's just what we're going to do with Obamacare!" Pence also spoke about Trump's plan to "end illegal immigration once and for all".
  • Obama Shortens Sentences for Another 72 Federal Inmates

    Obama Shortens Sentences for Another 72 Federal Inmates

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    The president will continue to grant commutations until he leaves office on January 20, Eggleston has said. An attorney for the White House said the prisoners "had earned a second chance". Obama's actions are the most since Lyndon Johnson's administration between 1963 and 1969. But they're different from full pardons in that they can shorten a sentence while leaving other consequences of the conviction intact.
  • Testimony in Sam DuBose Case Resumes

    Testimony in Sam DuBose Case Resumes

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    They say it doesn't show the entire struggle between the two men, doesn't show what the officer was seeing and is blurry and confusing. Instead, Pham elaborated on wear and tear which appeared on Tensing's uniform and shoes during a discussion as to whether it occurred on the day DuBose was shot.
  • SEC's championship contenders prepare for stretch run

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    Kentucky (5-3, 4-2). 8. The Razorbacks had an extra week to prepare for this game and will be eager for redemption after an embarrassing 56-3 loss to Auburn. against the LSU Tigers defeat Southern Miss Golden Eagles 45-10. The Purdue transfer has had three straight 200-yard games and helped LSU set a school record for an SEC game with 634 total yards against Missouri.
  • Charter school vote may hurt ratings, credit agency says

    Charter school vote may hurt ratings, credit agency says

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    For example, a report released recently (by the ACLU SoCal and Public Advocates, a nonprofit law firm and advocacy group) found that more than 20 percent of all California charter schools have enrollment policies that violate state and federal law.
  • Obama to campaign for Clinton in battleground North Carolina

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    Obama said when Clinton was challenged, she does not "make things up on the spot". Clinton's lead increases to 55 -37 percent among those who have said they have already voted. Noting that the FBI has reopened its investigation into Hillary Clinton and has discovered another 650,000 emails, he alleged that the former secretary of state lied under oath when she said she turned over all of her work-related emails.
  • Iraqi forces pause at edge of Mosul, weather cuts visibility

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    In their battle for Mosul, Iraqi forces for the first time in two years on Tuesday entered the eastern Gogjali and Karama neighborhoods inside Mosul's city limits. "Now is the beginning of the true liberation of the city of Mosul", said Staff General Taleb Sheghati Al Kenani, a commander of the Counter-Terrorism Service.
  • Judge decides whether to exclude deposition from Cosby trial

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    After a Temple University employee made a sexual assault complaint against the star in 2005, prosecutors said there was not enough evidence to charge him. Before a Pennsylvania judge, they will challenge sexual misconduct claims over Cosby stretching from the 1960s through to the 21st century. But in a last-ditch attempt to fend off that proceeding, Agrusa pushed the judge to dismiss the charges, arguing it was now almost impossible for Cosby to mount an effective defense more than a ...
  • Trial of officer seen on video shooting black man starting

    Trial of officer seen on video shooting black man starting

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    If convicted Slager faces 30 years to life imprisonment. Even if we were to take Slager's side of the story word for word (some of which sounds more than a little dubious) there remains the following picture framed in everyone's mind. A man walking past the scene on his way to work recorded much of the confrontation. Last week, Slager's lawyer, Andy Savage, said his defense team had "thoroughly examined" the cellphone video, and he asserted that it contained "distortion".
  • Davis' big night sends No. 17 Broncos past Ball State, 52-20

    Davis' big night sends No. 17 Broncos past Ball State, 52-20

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    Gilbert's 11 rushing touchdowns lead the conference and are tied for tenth in the nation, and he's also carrying it more than anyone in the MAC with almost 23 attempts per game. "We used to play against teams like that when we weren't very good". Western Michigan's Darius Phillips went 75 yards for his third interception return for a TD this season.
  • Carter seeks increased geographic diversity among military recruits

    Carter seeks increased geographic diversity among military recruits

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    Today, young Americans from rural areas are two times more likely to join the military than young Americans from urban areas. Also, Carter said he'd directed the military services to take a fresh look at potential barriers to recruiting, saying several recruiters have told him they have had to turn away too many promising candidates because of factors like tattoos, marginal physical fitness issues or because they are single parents.
  • Amber Alert issued for 10-year-old East Texas girl

    Amber Alert issued for 10-year-old East Texas girl

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    Tyler ISD, Cherokee County deputies and the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children are working to help find Kayla. Officials with the Cherokee County Sheriff's Department issued a press release at 12:30 p.m. An FBI task force will be at the campus to investigate the situation. Federal Bureau of Investigation agents from the Dallas field office have been called in to provide assistance.
  • Mom, 2 kids killed on back of Halloween trailer

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    The three were on the Halloween-hayride trailer, and some others also had life-threatening injuries, Poulos said. Mississippi Highway Patrol Staff Sgt. West told the station that a Ford F-150 truck rear-ended the hayride trailer. He said it appears a vehicle struck a flat-bed trailer carrying people just before 8 p.m.
  • Mail carrier union responds to Trump's voter fraud claims

    Mail carrier union responds to Trump's voter fraud claims

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    Baragona explained that CNN originally told readers on its website that Trump had been "encourag [ing] voting a few times if necessary" and a further illustration of him " not letting up on his claims that the election could be rigged against him ".
  • Ronda Rousey Reveals She Plans To Retire From The UFC Soon

    Ronda Rousey Reveals She Plans To Retire From The UFC Soon

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    I'm wrapping it up ". The former champion maintained that while this fight is likely to be one of her last, she's still aiming to put on a show. 'Everyone better watch because the show isn't going to be around forever'. Ronda began discussing how she trains twice a day in preparation of her next fight. There is also the long list of obligations outside the cage to promote a fight, something she has been particularly adept at since bursting on to the scene.
  • US gasoline futures spike on Colonial pipe explosion in Alabama

    US gasoline futures spike on Colonial pipe explosion in Alabama

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    The explosion and fire Monday killed one employee of a subcontractor and injured seven others. Investigators have not determined a cause. A group of first responders watch a large plume of smoke near the scene of an explosion of a Colonial Pipeline , Monday, Oct.
  • Emails show how Clinton campaign chairman apparently hacked

    Emails show how Clinton campaign chairman apparently hacked

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    Emails released on Tuesday contained a memo from Band essentially defending his work for the foundation , and for Bill Clinton personally, even as Band was building up his political consulting firm, Teneo. Mills received permission in early 2009 to work as a "special government employee" for the State Department while she also held a position with the Clinton Foundation.