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The creepy crown craze plaguing America now seems to be sweeping the UK. Rhubarb The Clown , also known as Martin Solity, has been a professional clown, entertaining adults and children for forty years. Police have issued a warning after a spate of "clown" attacks across the United Kingdom, part of a creepy craze that originated in the U.S. and has since gone global.
  • Clinton vows to take a positive approach as campaign nears end

    Clinton vows to take a positive approach as campaign nears end

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    The email exchanges reveal the secret lives of Clinton's aides and advisers, and reveal what United States presidential campaigns are really like. Donohue of the Catholic League said Hillary Clinton "is not responsible for this Catholic bashing, but she has a moral obligation to sanction Podesta and Palmieri immediately".
  • US Justice Department finds racial bias in San Francisco policing

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    Nine of the 11 people killed by San Francisco police between May 1, 2013, and May 31, 2016, were people of color, according to the review, which was conducted by the U.S. The assessment team identified disparities in traffic stops, post-stop searches, and use of deadly force against African-Americans. "I'm proud to report that the San Francisco Police Department will accept and implement every single recommendation", Lee said.
  • Brady politely declines to weigh in on Trump comments

    Brady politely declines to weigh in on Trump comments

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    And they know this one could get ugly, too, if they don't get their act together. "We're 4-1, it's not great , but we're in a decent position". The Bengals are a very well-coached defense and execution of the Patriots most versatile personnel group (1 RB, 2 TE or 12) will have to be as good as last week.
  • South Lake Tahoe wildfire forces evacuation of 500 homes

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    The fire has burned about 3 square miles and continues to threaten dozens of homes. That wildfire was more than 100 acres and its cause was under investigation. The fire delayed the start of the session, where lawmakers were voting on a proposed increase in the hotel tax in Las Vegas as part of a plan to build a football stadium they hope will lure the NFL's Raiders to Vegas.
  • 5th death in South Carolina blamed on Matthew

    5th death in South Carolina blamed on Matthew

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    The governor gave the update after surveying damage in Edgecombe County and the surrounding region Friday. Smithfield Foods, headquartered in Virginia, has hog farms and processing facilities in North Carolina and Virginia, and issued a statement saying " employees are working around the clock to determine the impact " the storm had on farms and processing facilities.
  • Amazon Adding 120000 Workers For Holiday Rush

    Amazon Adding 120000 Workers For Holiday Rush

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    Target increased the number of holiday delivery and shipping related jobs by 1,000 to a total of 7,500, but hiring in retail shops will remain the same as past year - 70,000 positions. People who get hired will work in fulfillment centers, sortation centers, and customers service sites through the holiday season. Several news reports indicate that 10,000 of the jobs will be in California.
  • United States election: Trump lashes out at Republican chief Paul Ryan

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    Trump also declared that the Clinton transcripts released by WikiLeaks show evidence that she is a "vessel of corrupt global establishment" who is "ruining the sovereignty of our nation" by pushing for open borders and global governance. In his Twitter messages , Trump on Tuesday said it's "hard to do well when Paul Ryan and others give zero support!" "He was desperate to get my endorsement", Trump said.
  • McElwain shocked anyone would think Florida was dodging LSU

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    Not a chance. Know this - the UCF-Tulane decision was made early in the week, but I assure you at no time, no matter when the decision was made, were UCF AD Danny White and coach Scott Frost ever going to move the game to New Orleans. It was about the safety and the health of my teammates' families and families of Floridians and everybody across the east coast really, down in Haiti.
  • Philippines confirms end of joint patrols with United States, shuns aid

    Philippines confirms end of joint patrols with United States, shuns aid

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    Philippine President Duterte recently has warned he might "break up" with the U.S.as he seeks to realign the country's foreign policy and end the Philippines' dependence on America. Lorenzana's show of accord with Duterte's anti-US stand follows a similar tough line from Foreign Secretary Yasay, who said this week Duterte wanted to liberate the country from a "shackling dependency" on the US.
  • Rescues and worry after Matthew inundates North Carolina

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    Government officials told Reuters on 9 October that they had started to bury the dead in mass graves in Jeremie as the bodies were beginning to decompose. In Virginia, where more than 300,000 customers had lost power, the city of Norfolk declared a state of emergency and urged its citizens to remain off the road, while the city of Virginia Beach closed all parks, recreation centres, libraries and the Virginia Aquarium.
  • LA sheriff's sergeant killed answering burglary call

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    Arraignment is scheduled today in Department A01 of the Los Angeles County Superior Court, Antelope Valley Branch. Special Enforcement Bureau officers were able to get the teens safely out of the home before the suspect was taken into custody.
  • Clinton hits Trump over PTSD remarks

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    The president leaves office in January. The trip mostly took him to blue-collar towns where Republican Donald Trump has found an audience. She said Trump's comments "are not just ignorant, they're harmful". Hillary Clinton is at her Washington home, preparing for the second presidential debate. Republican Gov. Mike Pence mentioned "Obamacare" six times at Tuesday night's debate, but Sen.
  • In game that 'sways seasons,' No. 10 Miami faces No. 23 FSU

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    On the defense, Miami allows 137.8 yards in passing and 115.5 yards in rushing against their opponents. According to school officials, at this time, the status of the game is unchanged and scheduled to go on as planned at 8 p.m. Roughly 2½ seasons into his tenure, Texas coach Charlie Strong is three games under.500 and the calls for his job are starting to grow louder. Brad Kaaya is probably going to pick the secondary apart.
  • Granite Falls becomes third team to forfeit to Archbishop Murphy HS

    Granite Falls becomes third team to forfeit to Archbishop Murphy HS

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    The WIAA is in contact with member schools in the Cascade Conference regarding the recent forfeitures to the Archbishop Murphy football team in order to provide counsel and assist member schools through this issue. For Corey, his frustration with the situation has nothing to do with the Archbishop Murphy players themselves. "We are now in the process of surveying families and coaches to assess options", he said in a statement released to Q13 News.
  • Cops plan to charge dad in scary clown mask who followed bus

    Cops plan to charge dad in scary clown mask who followed bus

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    Police said they arrested a man outside a school on Thursday following a report that he was in a clown mask chasing children. Police said the suspect tried to fight with the assistant principal when he was confronted. The information was posted on the Auburn Police Department Facebook page. The officials added a bit of advice, "just don't". The incident happened Tuesday.
  • Eric Trump: Father has paid a 'tremendous amount of tax'

    Eric Trump: Father has paid a 'tremendous amount of tax'

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    The tax row is sure to be continued on Tuesday on the debate stage when the two candidates' running mates, Republican Governor Mike Pence and Democrat Tim Kaine, duel in Virginia. "You can take the leftover losses that have not been used to eliminate your income and carry them into future years", Lindgren explained. "But it wasn't good enough".
  • Backpage.com CEO Carl Ferrer Arrested on Pimping Charges

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    Ferrer is charged with felony charges of pimping a minor, pimping, and conspiracy to commit pimping, according to court documents. An attorney representing Backpage, Liz McDougall, did not immediately respond to a telephone message left by The Associated Press.
  • Tim McGraw, Faith Hill to perform at Rabobank Arena

    Tim McGraw, Faith Hill to perform at Rabobank Arena

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    Tickets went for just $20 to honor the couple's 20th anniversary. The Soul2Soul tour kicks off in April in New Orleans, makes several stops throughout the USA and Canada, and ends in October 2017 in Brooklyn. 14. She has consistently broken chart records with number one singles and has had major crossover success with the hits "This Kiss", "Breathe", "Cry" and "There You'll Be".
  • SC bracing for Hurricane Matthew

    SC bracing for Hurricane Matthew

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    Nevertheless, faced with the increasingly likely prospect of monster category four storm Hurricane Matthew striking the Palmetto State coastline within the next five days - Haley is deciding to err on the side of caution. 10 Miami's matchup with No. 23 Florida State at 8 p.m. Saturday. "Our administration is handling all of that through the SEC office", Muschamp said.
  • New Jersey Homes Destroyed in Blast; No Residents Injured

    New Jersey Homes Destroyed in Blast; No Residents Injured

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    No residents were injured in the blast. Officials say most of the injuries were ear drum issues from the power of the explosion. The explosion appeared to have been caused by a a gas leak, Paterson Fire Department Capt. Numerous evacuated residents were congregating in a nearby park, awaiting word on when they would be allowed to return home. Firefighters, gas officials and investigators are looking into what caused a home explosion in Paterson, New Jersey, Tuesday.