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Clinton: My 'skin crawled' as Trump shadowed during debate

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My skin crawled", she added, noting that the October 2016 debate at Washington University in St. Louis came just days after the release of a shock audio tape in which Trump was heard bragging about groping women. Clinton? It's what she does . On Aug. 23, Clapper expressed alarm over Trump's fitness for office following the president's speech during a campaign rally in Phoenix, Arizona. Read More »

Oil rich Angola votes for first new leader in 38 years

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Angola's election commission says the ruling MPLA party shows a wide lead in the presidential vote with more than 65 percent of ballots counted. Questions have been raised as to how much power he will have if he wins, given veteran leader Jose Eduardo dos Santos , 74, will continue as head of the MPLA and have potentially a sweeping say over decision-making. Read More »

White House says Trump shutdown threat if wall isn't funded is serious

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Questions arose regarding how President Trump planned on funding the wall, to which the response was that the President has never said that Mexico "won't" be paying for the wall. "It's a priority - and we're moving forward with it". "I think that's a ridiculous and outrageous claim and doesn't dignify a response from this podium", Sanders said. Read More »

Tiger Cub Confiscated at Border Crossing

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The driver was an 18-year-old USA citizen and was arrested on scene. U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service agents are now working with the San Diego Global Zoo to ensure the cub's well-being. If convicted, he faces a maximum of 20 years in prison and a $250,000 fine or more. The tiger cub appeared to be in good health and is now at the San Diego Zoo Safari Park in Escondido. Read More »

Phoenix Police: 4 Arrested In Connection With Trump Rally

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Protesters began gathering outside the convention center hours before Trump's speech and taunted the president's supporters as they made their way into the arena. Four people were arrested during the protest, three on assault charges, Phoenix Police Chief Jeri Williams said during a news conference. Trump called Arpaio "a great American patriot". Read More »

David Jolly: A primary challenge to Trump could save the Republican Party

It's nearly like Republican lawmakers just can't win with this guy in office. Mitt Romney, Republican presidential candidate and rich guy, called Trump a fraud, then asked him for a job, and is now outraged by his racism. It's too hard to say. Sen. Arizona's two senators are both critics of Trump. At a Wednesday event in OR to promote upcoming tax legislation, House Speaker Paul Ryan was instead forced to answer questions over whether Republicans are going to shut down the ... Read More »

White House relationship with the GOP is 'fine,' press secretary says

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White House press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders on Thursday repeatedly dodged questions over President Donald Trump's threat to shut down the government over funding for a wall along the southern United States border. At a press briefing, ABC News chief White House Correspondent John Karl noted that Trump had "promised over and over" that Mexico would pay for a border wall. Read More »

Trump, McConnell 'remain united': White House

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Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell has offered a few light criticisms of President Trump in public, but privately he is reportedly very concerned about the President's ability to "salvage" his administration. According to the Times , Trump called McConnell Aug. 9 and criticized him over the July 28 health care bill collapse . He has also released his own statement in which he has insisted that the two are dedicated to a "shared agenda". Read More »

DC Judge Approves Government Warrant Seeking Data From Anti-Trump Website

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A judge in DC handed federal prosecutors a win Thursday in their ongoing fight over data connected to a website used to organize Inauguration Day protests against the Trump administration. Morin said DreamHost would have to produce records to the government, but the government could not look at any of the information until after DreamHost made a decision about appealing. Read More »

CNN's Don Lemon gave a scathing rebuke of Trump's Phoenix speech

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On the CEOs who left his business councils: "When it got a little heat with the lies from the media, they sort of said , 'Oh, we'll take a pass.'. I remember the ones that did ". "What it seemed that Jeff Flake was interested in doing was selling a lot of books by taking on Donald Trump on every liberal show that was just gushing over him for having done that". Read More »

Indian American woman pushed onto subway tracks in NY

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The suspect was described as being in his 20s and wearing dark colored clothes. Stay on top of breaking news stories with the ABC11 News AppThere were many witnesses, and some good Samaritans came to her aid. 'He said something I don't understand, he said "Do you want to die with me?" or something. "He wanted to just throw, he wanted to kill me". "I want to find the guy", she said. Read More »

Woakes in for Roland-Jones for second Test, confirms Root

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Woakes was a key component of England's test side past year, finishing 2016 with 41 wickets at 25.41. Woakes took seven wickets and scored 65 on his return to first-class cricket against Middlesex earlier this month. "And if they want to nail down those spots they have to deal with that and if they get in make it really count". Despite the firestorm, however, Law said his side, though disappointed, had continued to show the necessary temperament and commitment. Read More »

Will China do the balancing act in US-N Korea standoff?

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The companies under sanction include Gefest-M, a Moscow-based firm accused of acquiring metals for a North Korean company, and Mingzheng International Trading, a Chinese and Hong Kong-based bank that supposedly conducted transactions on behalf of North Korea. Read More »

China says new US sanctions 'won't help' N. Korea situation

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Meanwhile, China has urged the USA to "immediately correct its mistake" of sanctioning Chinese firms over North Korea. Three Chinese firms, two Singapore-based companies, three Russian individuals and a Chinese business executive were also named for their participation in activities that back North Korea's coal and oil trade. Read More »

Divers have located human remains in warship: US admiral

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It said the finding was made after a medical examination and the body will be returned to Malaysian authorities. Drake's family told WCMH-TV they are remaining hopeful, and are awaiting more news. The cause of Monday's accident is still unknown, but a navy official told CNN there are signs that the destroyer lost steering just before the collision. Read More »

U.S. says at least 16 Americans suffered hearing loss in Cuba

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Diplomats have suffered harassment other types of harassment on the island, "including vehicle vandalization, constant surveillance, and home break-ins". Two weeks ago Rex Tillerson, the U.S. secretary of state, condemned potential "health attacks" when reports of the symptoms first came to light. Foreign diplomats - in particular those working for the US Embassy in Havana - are kept under close watch by Cuban authorities. Read More »

Hostages being held in Charleston shooting, officials say

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Spokesman Charles Francis told residents to avoid the area, adding that SWAT and hostage negotiators are on the scene. In what they initially termed as an "active shooter situation" at King Street in Downtown Charleston, eyewitnesses claimed a man in his 50's entered the restaurant with a gun and locked the front door. Read More »

Pounds of Meth Seized; 13 Year Old Driver Among those Arrested

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The two passengers have been identified as the boy's cousins, 22-year-old German Michel-Arreola and 19-year-old Irene Michel-Arreola. Megan Terlecky, the public information officer for the Mesa County Sheriff's Office, said "goods travel through I-70 from across the country, and that's no different with drugs". Read More »

President Macron says EU rule on temporary workers 'betray European spirit'

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The so-called Posted Workers Directive has come under fire from wealthy nations like France, which argue that the rule amounts to " social dumping " in which payments to costly health and welfare systems are avoided. The leaders of the Czech Republic and Slovakia expressed cautious support for a revision of the directive. The directive will be on the programme of the meeting of European Union labour ministers in October. Read More »

Death tolls rises to 41 in two Brazil boat wrecks

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This is the second major boat accident in Brazil this week. In early August, a cargo vessel collided with a tugboat on the Amazon River, also in the state of Para. Survivors have been taken to hospitals in the state capital, Salvador. Police are investigating the cause of the shipwreck, which occurred Tuesday night on the Xingu river in Brazil's Amazon region. Read More »