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Swimming against a Republican tide in red-state Nebraska, Hillary Clinton battled head-to-head with Trump for the 2nd District vote before falling behind shortly before midnight. Clinton showed up days after she was nominated at the Democratic national convention with billionaire Omaha investor Warren Buffett at her side. Trump won the Second District, according to multiple projections.
  • Democrats hit back at Federal Bureau of Investigation head as Trump presses attacks on Clinton

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    Perhaps the most fascinating aspect of the FBI again investigating Hillary Clinton is the rather predictable partisan back-flips. In announcing the renewed probe in a letter to Congress, Comey noted "the Federal Bureau of Investigation can not yet assess whether or not this material may be significant , and I can not predict how long it will take us to complete this additional work".
  • FBI releases archive of documents from investigation into Bill Clinton pardon case

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    FBI Director James Comey testifying to Congress. Comey had also come under attack when it was found that he argued against accusing Russian Federation of meddling in the presidential race so close to Election Day. This week, the roles have been reversed. The bureau suggested that more documents could follow. It would have been so easy to post the documents with a more anodyne description, like the one given to Fred Trump.
  • Cubs' Addison Russell blasts grand slam vs. Indians

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    The top plays started off with a double to center by Jason Kipnis, who eventually scored off of a single to center by Mike Napoli. "When you're on the road, one, it's kind of you against the world, which is OK", Indians manager Terry Francona said.
  • Eagles player charged for pot, gun after traffic stop

    Eagles player charged for pot, gun after traffic stop

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    After the officer asked about the smell of marijuana in the auto, Huff handed over a container with suspected pot. The documents obtained by NJ Advance Media from the Delaware Port Authority state that Huff , who was pulled over at around 11 A.M.
  • Halloween Trick-or-Treating Safety Tips

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    Costumes should fit properly to avoid falls and when wearing a mask as part of a costume make sure the child can see and breath properly. Concerns about neighbourhood safety have spawned Trunk or Treat parties, where parents decorate their cars in a Halloween theme and hand out treats from the trunk.
  • New polls show tight Clinton-Trump race nationally, battlegrounds

    New polls show tight Clinton-Trump race nationally, battlegrounds

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    Weiner is now under investigation for sexting with a 15-year-old girl. The metal's gains are "on the back of safe-haven buying after the Federal Bureau of Investigation reopened its inquiry into Hillary Clinton's use of a private e-mail server", Australia & New Zealand Banking Group Ltd analysts wrote in a note on Monday.
  • Congress members rip Pentagon repayment policy

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    I will do everything in my power to require the Department of Defense and the California National Guard to allow our veterans to keep the money they were promised. California lawmakers have called on Congress to pass legislation that would stop the Pentagon's collection efforts. "They said I should have been keeping track of the money they were sending me", she said.
  • Rasmussen Poll: Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton Level at 45 Percent

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    From now to Election Day, Mr. Trump was projected to spend $30.6 million to Mrs. Clinton's $22.2 million. Trump entered the final three weeks of the race with $16 million in the bank, while Clinton had $ 62 million in her war chest. In contrast, Trump's campaign raised almost $29 million during this period and has $16 million on hand, barely more than a quarter of what the Clinton campaign has available to spend.
  • Memo describes Bill Clinton's business ventures, fundraising

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    Band co-founded Teneo in 2011 with Declan Kelley, who Hillary Clinton appointed as U.S. Economic Envoy to Northern Ireland when she was secretary of state. The list includes Coca-Cola, which gave $4.3 million, Barclays, which gave $1.1 million, and Dow Chemical, which gave $780,000, all over a four-year period.
  • Mike Pence to Republican voters 'time to come home'

    Mike Pence to Republican voters 'time to come home'

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    Adding to the drama of the stunning revelation: The FBI uncovered the emails during a sexting investigation of Anthony Weiner, the disgraced ex-congressman who is separated from longtime Clinton aide Huma Abedin. "You know she may have the media and the money and the special interests on her side, but Donald Trump and I have got a little bit more". Trump's hotel appearance comes amid signs that his controversial presidential campaign has hurt his corporate brand.
  • Hillary Clinton Eyes Vice President Joe Biden As Her Secretary of State

    Hillary Clinton Eyes Vice President Joe Biden As Her Secretary of State

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    The vice president, who chaired the Senate Foreign Relations Committee before joining the administration, spent six terms in the Senate and then two terms as President Obama's VP. As for Biden , we made it clear that he wants to continue his public service, during an interview for CBS' Sunday program "Face the Nation". On his last day in office, Biden said, "what I'm going to do is go home and begin to figure out what I do for the rest of my life".
  • No 'patient zero' in HIV epidemic, new research finds

    No 'patient zero' in HIV epidemic, new research finds

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    Now, researchers from the University of Arizona and the University of Cambridge say that they have dated when HIV , the disease that leads to AIDS , arrived in the US and tracked its spread across the country. 057, which means he was likely the 57th patient they heard about who had been sickened by the mysterious illness. Dugas was much maligned after his death due to AIDS in 1984.
  • Luzerne County pumping out absentee ballots

    Luzerne County pumping out absentee ballots

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    Absentee voters have until Saturday, Nov. 5, to appear in-person at their local general registrars' offices to vote in-person absentee. Should a voter take ill after November 1 they may send a representative for themselves to the Board of Elections to apply for an absentee ballot.
  • 5 dead in wrong-way crash on Massachusetts highway

    5 dead in wrong-way crash on Massachusetts highway

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    There were no other occupants, police said. Troopers are still gathering information about the victims. "We extend condolences to family of the young people that lost lives last night in this bad crash", Thomas said in a press conference held shortly after 9 a.m.
  • Chelsea can win Premier League title, says Pedro

    Chelsea can win Premier League title, says Pedro

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    Jose Mourinho was mercilessly mocked on Twitter following his humbling return to Stamford Bridge as Chelsea hammered Manchester United 4-0. "You can do it at 1-0, otherwise it's humiliating for us". "If we want to cut the emotion we can go home and change our job". It's easy to say we needed to work harder but after Arsenal we knew we had to show that we had quality, and we have done that in the last three games.
  • Lawmakers demand answers on California Guard bonus scandal

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    But now the government is asking for that money back. McCarthy, R-Calif., said the House would demand a briefing from the National Guard Bureau, the Pentagon agency that oversees the California branch of the Guard. The process was completed last month, and roughly 9,700 current and retired soldiers have been ordered to repay some or all of their bonuses. This number includes 1,100 soldiers who received unauthorized payments and those from the 5,400 figure who could not show proof.
  • Nemanja Matic believes heavy Arsenal defeat was 'wakeup call' for Chelsea

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    Ranieri was quick to praise his team with regularity last season, famously providing his players with pizza for keeping one of their clean sheets, but he says they are now going to have to get used to dealing with his criticism. According to Moses, half-way through the loan, Mourinho wanted him back, but Stoke City refused to release him. We shouldn't have been surprised, though, as it's been a long time since Manchester United left Stamford Bridge with a victory and the latest stat to ...
  • Rodrigo Duterte reversing words: Philippines don't want "separation" from the US

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    State Department spokesman John Kirby said the U.S. was baffled by what Mr Duterte said but it has seen his remarks retracted before. Then came the damage control. The U.S. Navy has now conducted four freedom-of-navigation operations in the past year in the South China Sea , where China has reclaimed land on a massive scale to assert its claim to disputed features - mostly in the Spratly islands that lie further south.
  • Water main floods trench in Boston, killing worker

    Water main floods trench in Boston, killing worker

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    In an effort to retrieve the victims' bodies, crews were vacuuming water out of the trench while adding supports to reinforce it. Boston officials say one person is confirmed dead after a water main gave way in the city's South End neighborhood and flooded a trench.
  • Kevin Meaney, comedian and actor, dies

    Kevin Meaney, comedian and actor, dies

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    In addition to being a mainstay on the stand-up circuit, he had roles in the 1988 Tom Hanks comedy Big , as well as the early '90s TV adaptation of Uncle Buck . He also continued to tour nationally and had a run on Broadway in the production of Hairspray . What a joy it was to watch you destroy an audience. Following news of Meaney's death, many of his comedy peers tweeted tributes and remembrances to the comedian.