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First Lady Michelle Obama emerges as surrogate MVP

Trump's reluctance to go after Michelle might stem from her popularity. "Hillary doesn't just have a powerful vision for this country, she has the policies to actually make that vision a reality", Obama said . Barack Obama spent Thursday wooing African-American voters in South Florida, a key voting bloc for Democrats to take the battleground state. Clinton declared herself "appalled" by what she said was an attack on 240 years of USA democracy.

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Ryan: Liberals favor a government-heavy agenda for elites

Some GOP lawmakers have told Trump to lay off attacking Ryan, and other lawmakers have told Ryan to back off Trump. The GOP nominee said he was willing to take vicious "slings and arrows" for his loyal supporters and said the new claims against him were "preposterous, ludicrous and defy logic" and said that the stories about him had already been discredited.

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Paul Ryan does not support me because he wants to be president

I don't even wait". They come at you from all sides. You can do anything. In an interview with Good Morning America on Tuesday, Trump made the claim that Ryan wanted to run for the nomination in 2020 and that he would not want to face the NY businessman.

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A few competitive races could change control of Legislature

The polling sample is 160 people. "What concerns me the most is why these allegations were brought up so late into the elections and why they're being brought up now", Perez said. Trump has responded with tweets suggesting a sinister plot and calling Ryan ineffective, highlighting an extraordinary pre-election schism between the senior most elected GOP official and the party's White House candidate.

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Bills vs. 49ers: Instant analysis of Buffalo's 45-16 victory

The San Francisco 49ers came into hostile territory as they played the Bills hot off of a three-game win streak while the Niners came in losers of four straight. Kaepernick also rushed for 66 yards. He gave the Bills a scare when he laid on the turf for several minutes after banging knees with 49ers linebacker Gerald Hodges on a short reception with 31 seconds left in the half, but was able to return for the start of the third quarter.

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Anderson Cooper attacked with gay slurs during Presidential Debate

The reaction came at Starbucks on the Iowa State University campus as the ex-president rolled through Ames on a bus tour. "In the first debate, Ms. Clinton was extremely sharp". I'm not proud of it. "The furore over the Trump tape and his attacks on Hillary Clinton's husband, former President Bill Clinton, for alleged sexual misconduct also may have turned off some viewers".

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Fire prevention week focuses on replacing old smoke alarms

Working smoke alarms cut the risk of dying in reported home fires in half. While cooking equipment was the most frequent cause of fires and injuries, smoking materials were the leading cause of fatalities. Smoke alarms wear out over time and need to be replaced within the time frame specified by the manufacturer, which is usually 10 years. "For the last three years the theme has focused on the smoke alarms", Stokaluk said.

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Trump assails Ryan for ditching him, battles for GOP support

He could not go back and erase the stain of bragging about sexual assault. Cruz recently endorsed Trump, and has condemned his remarks about women, but has yet to weigh in on whether Trump should remain the nominee. The Utah Republican Party's reaffirmation of the candidate came after several high-profile Utah Republicans rescinded their support of Trump once the video became public.

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Facebook launches 'Workplace' a business version of Facebook

Being announced right now in London, Workplace, by Facebook is a model whereby the platform that, let's face it, a huge proportion of the world already uses, can be repurposed for internal communications. The top five countries using Workplace are India, the US, Norway, the United Kingdom and France. It is a tool for "people who don't work at offices or at desks", officials said in a company release.

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Crisis-plagued Trump apologises for lewd talk about women

She'd said she would support but not endorse him and recently backed off comments that Trump is a role model. "I don't think he begins to understand what this has done to his campaign", said Stein. "Ever", Priebus said in a statement. Trump issued a video just after midnight Saturday in which he made the first specific apology of his no-holds-barred campaign.

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Clinton's remarks on young voters fuel new Trump pitch

And for the Hilldog, we had Bill Clinton, Sarah Silverman , Lin-Manuel Miranda , and of course, Larry David 's Bernie Sanders. "I think we all should be really understanding of that". "I think if you're voting for somebody else in the sense of not supporting Clinton because she doesn't live up to all of your specifications or all of your ideas, I think, in a sense, it is a vote for Trump".

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Why Wasn't New Jersey's Christie Charged in 'Bridgegate'?

Christie been elected president and I remained on his team, I would have definitely enjoyed going there". Defense attorneys countered that Wildstein's story had shifted from previous grand jury testimony. Kelly had written, "Check out the Road Warrior". The New York Times also reported in 2014 that Port Authority presented 20 mayors from whom Christie was seeking endorsements with pieces of steel from the 9/11 wreckage.

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One Dead After Shooting And High Speed Chase On I-71

One woman was hurt and another was killed in a hit-skip crash along I-480 westbound in Cleveland Saturday night. The Delaware County Sheriff tells Fox 8 that a portion of I-71 in Mansfield has been shut down. The shooting victim, whose name also was withheld, was listed in critical condition at a local hospital. The man went inside the building and when he came back out, witnesses saw the man get shot six times by an unknown suspect who sitting on a park bench.

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Boy arrested for bringing BB gun to OH high school

Madison police say contact with the 14-year-old was made outside of the school, on Regent Street. The BB gun was not fired and no one was injured, school officials told the Journal-News. The ERO worked with school staff during the incident to make sure student and staff safety was not compromised, officials said. Although state law and local policy mandate the confidentiality of our students, I can confirm the District takes any threat to the safety of our students very seriously and will ...

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300 buildings threatened by California wildfire

With temperatures in the area nearing 100 degrees Fahrenheit, the more than 500 firefighters working to contain the blaze scrambled on Tuesday to protect buildings in the area, officials said. The cause of the fire remains under investigation. A wildfire that erupted amid hot, dry conditions and gusty winds in Sonoma County north of San Francisco was burning close to a massive geothermal power producing facility forcing the evacuation of one of its 14 plants, officials said Monday, Sept.

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Hillary Clinton delays Charlotte visit at mayor's request

City and Clinton campaign officials say the campaign had conferred with city staff about a Sunday visit before announcing it at around 4:30 p.m. Friday. on Thursday, Sept. 22, 2016. It also allows police more latitude to stop and search people within an area for several blocks in all directions from Bank of America Stadium.

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Chicago to add 970 new police positions over next 2 years

Of those positions, 516 will be for patrol officers, 200 for detectives, 112 for sergeants, 92 for field training officers, and 50 for lieutenants. The violence also comes amid growing distrust between Chicago's African-American community and the police department following the release late past year of disturbing police dashcam video that showed a white police officer fatally shooting Laquan McDonald, a black teen, 16 times on a city street.

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Colorado medical pot law poised to add PTSD as qualifier

IN isn't among them - and likely won't follow that path anytime soon. Karen Tallian, the Democratic legislator/grandmother/attorney who has tried for years to get her fellow lawmakers to hear her pot-related bills. Patients would also need to meet existing requirements for the state's medical marijuana program as well, including obtaining certification of the patient's health condition from a physician with whom the patient has a bona fide physician-patient relationship.

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Suspect in Two Bombings Charged with Attempted Murder of Police Officers

After zeroing in on Rahami and learning of the vehicle that had travelled between New Jersey and NY, authorities pulled it over Sunday night after it headed in the direction of Kennedy airport. No one was hurt. The New York and New Jersey bombings suspect is in custody after a shootout with police that began when he was found sleeping in a bar doorway.

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Video shows vandals destroying popular Oregon rock formation

This photo provided by Chelsea Rutherford shows a natural rock formation in October 2008, at Cape Kiwanda State Natural Area which is a state park in Pacific City, Oregon. Kalas told local media the men said they had done the park "a favour" because the rock was unsafe until they destroyed it. "They said one of their friends had broken a leg on it".

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DOJ to meet with New Mexico Pueblos on opioid addiction

The Obama Administration declared this week Prescription Opioid and Heroin Epidemic Awareness Week . Sunday begins Prescription Opioid and Heroin Epidemic Awareness Week across the United States. That funding has not yet been approved. But since the start of 2016 law enforcement officials report at least ten South Dakotan deaths from opioid overdoses.

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IS Claims Responsibility for Minnesota Attack

Authorities didn't identify the attacker, but the Star Tribune of Minneapolis said the man's father identified him as Dahir A. Adan, 22, a student at St. Among the injured were a 15-year-old girl, a 50-year-old woman and seven men ages 20 to 53, Kleis said. "People came running around the corner and I freaked out because I thought it was a terrorist attack or something because I saw a lot of people, so I grabbed my kids", he said.

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US agency orders corrective action after gas pipeline spill

The company says spilled gasoline is being taken to the storage facility for. The pipeline's operator said full service will be restored next week. Colonial shut its main gasoline and distillate lines that run from the Gulf Coast to the East Coast on September 9 after a leak was discovered in Shelby County, Alabama.

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Pennsylvania jobless rate rises, gap between US rate widens

The U.S. unemployment rate held steady from July to August at 4.9 percent. There was an increase of 7,300 non-farm jobs in the state from July to August, with the largest hikes occurring in administrative/support/waste services, mining/logging/construction and real estate/rental/leasing.

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Feds Drop Case Against Ex-Va. Gov. McDonnell And His Wife

But he told the Two-Way that the Justice Department's action is a "game changer" that could impact other public integrity cases. (R-James City) issued a statement in which he called the decision "extraordinarily good news for the McDonnell family and a relief to the people of Virginia".

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Trump Ties Clinton In Latest Poll

More than four in 10 voters think each presidential candidate should release more of their medical records. Yet the poll may be misleading, since it is an automated survey. Republican Party. Trump voters were more enthusiastic than those supporting Clinton - with 45% of the billionaire real-estate investor's backers saying they felt very enthusiastic about voting, compared with 36% of the former top U.S.

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Trial starts for man accused of trying to kill George Zimmerman

Security at the Seminole County courthouse was ramped up Tuesday ahead of Zimmerman's appearance. Apperson fired several shots into Zimmerman's vehicle, but Zimmerman was not struck by any bullets. Apperson alleged in September 2014 that Zimmerman threatened him in a road-rage encounter, but did not press charges at the time. Zimmerman was acquitted three years ago in the fatal shooting of Trayvon Martin, an unarmed black 17-year-old.

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Stolen Semi-Truck Leads Officers on Freeway Chase in California

The truck belongs to ACTenviro , an environmental and hazardous waste management firm, according to ACT spokesman Walter Singer. Law enforcement officers spotted the truck around 10:30 a.m. California Highway Patrol officers were chasing a big-rig on Highway 60 in Riverside County on Tuesday, Sept. 13. TV news channels were broadcasting the pursuit around noon from helicopters overhead.

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Woman in iconic VJ Day Times Square kiss photo dies at 92

People spilt out into the streets from restaurants, bars and movie theatres in New York City when they heard the news. "In the middle of New York's Times Square a white-clad girl clutches her purse and skirt as an uninhibited sailor plants his lips squarely on hers".

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Ex 49er was in sandwich fight before later assault arrest

Miller was booked on charges of aggravated assault and elder abuse. Three of the other felony counts were for assault, with the final two for criminal threats. Then, after his alleged assault, surveillance video caught him walking wobbly with a major gash on his forehead, and blood running down his face. Both men were taken to the hospital to be treated for their injuries.