• Messi's return encourages Argentina for match against Brazil

    Messi's return encourages Argentina for match against Brazil

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    It's time once again for another mental, physical and geographical slog for those hardy South Americans as they beat a path to the door of Russian Federation for the 2018 World Cup. Alves added that he will wear the No. 4 shirt in the game as a tribute to Brazil great Carlos Alberto Torres, who died in October. The fifth place side moves onto a playoff match against the Oceania Confederation.
  • Trump, Clinton in all-out battle for New Hampshire

    Trump, Clinton in all-out battle for New Hampshire

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    Former senator Bob Smith was on stage before Sununu, and part of his speech involved him doing an impression of the former president saying he actually wants Trump to beat his wife for the White House. "In 4 days we are going to win the state of New Hampshire, and we are going to win back the White House". As ThinkProgress" Aaron Rupar reports , "the ugliest moment came when Sununu turned his attention to Hillary Clinton directly.
  • Jury selection canceled for closed hearing in SC church shooting

    Jury selection canceled for closed hearing in SC church shooting

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    Judge Richard Gergel instead scheduled a private hearing with Roof and his lawyers to discuss issues surrounding attorney-client privilege and the defendant's right to a fair trial. With the court closed Tuesday for Election Day, the move is expected to bump the initial day of jury selection to Wednesday. The federal trial, which will focus on Roof's racially and religiously motivated hate crimes, will be his first before undergoing a second trial in 2017, where he'll face murder charges, ...
  • As campaign closes, the Obamas pass the torch to Clinton

    As campaign closes, the Obamas pass the torch to Clinton

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    Pop star Lady Gaga and New Jersey rocker Jon Bon Jovi performed before Clinton took the stage. Bon Jovi described Clinton as a "unifier", saying she has worked hard to get where she is today. flag. People waited in queue for several hours to see their leaders as the nation heads into the election day to elect a new leader of the free world.
  • Democrat Catherine Cortez Masto of Nevada elected to Senate

    Democrat Catherine Cortez Masto of Nevada elected to Senate

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    Sen. Cortez Masto was elected to the seat previously held by Minority Leader Harry Reid, who is retiring after 30 years in the Senate and is also a Democrat. "I worked very hard in this district in all the things that I promised and representing the constituents", he said in a concession speech Tuesday, adding that he has "no regrets in what he has done and where he has stood".
  • Competing claims of voter fraud, intimidation raise tensions

    Competing claims of voter fraud, intimidation raise tensions

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    Residents trickled into the city's municipal building Tuesday morning to vote across the street from the library honoring Hoover, the nation's 31st president. County Board of Elections Director Pat McDonald said Monday he's been in contact with officials from the Federal Bureau of Investigation and U.S. Department of Homeland Security.
  • Watch Michelle Obama's Empowering Speech Reminding Voters "This Election is On Us"

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    Both Applegate and Rudd said they had already made up their minds to vote for Clinton in Tuesday's election, but hearing Obama speak so passionately about his belief in Clinton solidified their decision. Nearing the end of his two terms in the White House, Obama was sentimental as he launched his own busy day of events, noting that he was probably making his last campaign swing for the foreseeable future.
  • Clinton wins early vote in tiny New Hampshire town

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    These die-hard voters are proud to have the first word on the big vote. One voter plumped for Libertarian Party candidate Gary Johnson while another rejected the options and wrote in former MA governor and 2012 Republican nominee Mitt Romney instead.
  • North Korea plans to test nuclear missile on United States election day

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    The reclusive regime's propaganda arm - Korean Central News Agency - has come out swinging on US election day. Its white paper purported to summarise the failings of USA policy - or "imperialist moves" - during Obama's tenure. The Sun reports North Korea could also be readying further nuclear testing in the coming days to emphasize itsr nuclear capabilities as a new American administration prepares to take power.
  • Duterte cancels order of 26k assault rifles from US

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  • Christie: George Washington Bridge Verdict Confirmed My Conclusions

    Christie: George Washington Bridge Verdict Confirmed My Conclusions

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    His former deputy, David Wildstein , pleaded guilty in the case and told prosecutors that the lane reductions were intended as punishment to Fort Lee's Democratic mayor, Mark Sokolich, for not endorsing Christie's re-election. I mean, think about it. "It was one of the most abjectly stupid things I've ever seen", he said. "I thought about this in the last week. I'm pretty good at this political game", he said.
  • Obama's final push: Whirlwind 3-state tour for Clinton

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    The campaign suggested the latest rapid review of a Clinton aide's emails could not have been thorough. It's a strategy Miller calls aggressive. While it vindicated her claims that the emails would not yield new evidence, it ensured that the final hours of her campaign would be spent talking about a subject that has damaged her credibility.
  • Diver stumbles on UFO-like nuke in Canada

    Diver stumbles on UFO-like nuke in Canada

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    While the government does not believe the bomb contains active nuclear material, naval ships are being dispatched to the site to check it out. "What we will also do we will also embark a small team from Fleet Diving Unit Pacific who are very well versed in operating this kind of equipment and they will provide explosive ordinance oversight in determining what the object is when they do in fact find it", Menzies said.
  • Syrian airstrikes on Aleppo amid intense clashes

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    Islamist rebel group Fateh al-Sham said they had captured Dahiyet al-Assad, a residential district of about a square kilometer. The attack began with a massive explosion that struck government positions on the front line, said Yasser al-Yousef of the Nour el-Din el-Zinki group, a main faction in Aleppo.
  • France to provide airstrikes in battle for Raqqa

    France to provide airstrikes in battle for Raqqa

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    While Iraq is already making specious arguments that Mosul will mean the end to ISIS in Iraq, the claim in Syria is even more outlandish, since ISIS still controls substantial territory above and beyond their capital city, including the majority of the Deir Ezzor Province.
  • Rookie QB Kessler back in starting lineup for winless Browns

    Rookie QB Kessler back in starting lineup for winless Browns

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    He's that talented. And then I look at Dak and how he's playing, his future. Sunday, though, as the seconds ticked away on a blowout loss, those wins - or even just that first win - felt as far away as it's been all season. The Cowboys have to go in there and take care of business and get out of there with a 7-1 record. "We have to have 100 percent confidence in our guys in those situations that they will make the play".
  • Syria monitor: 74 killed in 8 days of Aleppo rebel offensive

    Syria monitor: 74 killed in 8 days of Aleppo rebel offensive

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    The opposition groups have come under increasing criticism for indiscriminate shelling of western Aleppo resulting in civilian deaths. Civilians inside besieged east Aleppo expressed fear of crossing into government-held territory, though Moscow and Damascus accused rebels of preventing people who wanted to leave from evacuating.