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Wikileaks reveals Hillary's remarks to Wall Street

Clinton says "we need to change the rules in the Senate" and say presidential nominees as well as "policies" deserve "an up-or-down vote". Among other issues, Clinton is shown in the speeches offering opinions on financial regulations, relations with Russian President Vladimir Putin and the negative effects of previous WikiLeaks releases on USA foreign policy. Read More

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Hillary Clinton in Detroit for first public appearance after debate

During a campaign stop at Wayne State University Monday afternoon, Clinton again evoked a comment from First Lady Michelle Obama when describing Trump's conduct: "One of us went high, and one of us went low". Among the voters who said they watched at least parts of the debate, 53 percent said Clinton won while 32 percent said Trump won. Just 23 per cent of Republicans said the tape should lead to Republican representatives dropping their endorsement of Trump, or calling for the billionaire ... Read More

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Annual luncheon keeps Breast Care Center equipped to detect cancer

Annual luncheon keeps Breast Care Center equipped to detect cancer

Some 7,000 people gathered in Port-of-Spain, San Fernando and Tobago recently to take part in the Scotiabank Women Against Breast Cancer 5k, showing massive support for the cause, and helping to raise both awareness and funds. The answer is no because the greatest risk factor for breast cancer is age - the older you get, the higher your risk. "Comparing a big group of women who've had mammograms with a big group who have not, and following them over years". Read More

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Indians move up Tomlin to start Game 2 of ALCS

Cleveland Indians pitcher Trevor Bauer's (pinky) first start of the American League Championship Series has been pushed back to Game 3 after he suffered a non-baseball injury to his right pinky. Oh, and they know Miller is going to throw the slider, too, as he did on about 60 percent of his pitches this year. He was 1-0 with a 1.64 ERA in 11 innings. Read More

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Will Kansas State-Oklahoma be high-scoring?

Will Kansas State-Oklahoma be high-scoring?

The Kansas State Wildcats go on the road to face the rival Oklahoma Sooners in Big 12 action. "I've got great admiration and respect for coach, and I loved my time there", Stoops said of Snyder. "He would just tell me that they're pretty easy to tackle", Walker told reporters Tuesday. "They're a sound team", Oklahoma quarterback Baker Mayfield said . Read More

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Fans sport pink for breast cancer awareness

The cost of cancer treatment varies wildly, with no apparent rhyme or reason, Dr. Sharon Giordano and colleagues at the University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center reported Monday in the journal Cancer. Officials say The Huntsman 5K is a great cause to get behind because it helps honor those who have cancer who have died from cancer . Each year, almost 300 events are held across the United States, bringing in more than $60 million. Read More

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With record crop, wheat demand remains good

With record crop, wheat demand remains good

Downward pressure on corn prices is likely after the crop posted a key reversal Wednesday following the release of USDA's October 12 reports, says Jerry Gulke, president of the Gulke Group. Soybean ending stocks were seen at 395 million bushels, up from the September estimate of 365 million bushels, according to USDA's monthly supply and demand report. Read More

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Browns cut Charlie Whitehurst, elevate Kevin Hogan

Browns cut Charlie Whitehurst, elevate Kevin Hogan

The Browns and Whitehurst reached an injury settlement as part of the contract termination. He suffered the injury in the first half against the Baltimore Ravens and remained in the game. "I'm feeling better. I'm going to get a little practice (Wednesday) here and there and see how it feels throwing". This season the familiar refrain of quarterback uncertainty has dogged the Browns during their 0-5 start. Read More

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Sprint to Give Away Phones, Service to 1 Million Poor Students

Sprint to Give Away Phones, Service to 1 Million Poor Students

It's participating in the 1Million Project which is the largest corporate initiative in USA history to bridge the digital divide and to close the " homework gap " for students who lack internet connectivity at home. " Sprint's 1Million Project is an end-to-end solution that enables 1 million low-income youth to keep learning after they leave the classroom". "Students lacking home Internet access are cut off from a future of possibilities". Read More

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Election in Georgia to test stability amid slump

Election in Georgia to test stability amid slump

The rally by the United National Movement drew more than 25,000 amid growing public discontent about economic difficulties and disillusionment with the government. According to police reports, UNM lawmaker Givi Targamadze was seated in the front passenger seat of his auto when the blast occurred. In other pre-election violence, two men were shot and wounded on Sunday at an open-air speech given by independent candidate and former defense minister Irakly Okruashvili in the town of Gori. Read More

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Free breast cancer awareness event in Ormksirk

Free breast cancer awareness event in Ormksirk

Empowering all Australians to make a difference for those affected by breast cancer, BP is donating a portion of all fuel sales to the McGrath Foundation . Eight of nine of these women have no family history of breast cancer. Cancer Research UK is the world's leading cancer charity dedicated to saving lives through research. Read More

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Indiana State Police expand vote fraud probe to 57 counties

Indiana State Police expand vote fraud probe to 57 counties

The counties now included in the investigation are Allen, Delaware, Hamilton, Hancock, Hendricks, Johnson, Lake, Madison and Marion. But, according to the Intercept , the state of IN doesn't allow voter registration forms - even those the group conducting the voter registration drive worries may be inaccurate- to be discarded without being looked over by the state. Read More

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Indiana State Police expand voter fraud investigation

Indiana State Police expand voter fraud investigation

County workers will try to confirm hundreds of registration forms turned in by a registration group under investigation by Indiana State Police. The raid was part of an ongoing investigation which originally started in two counties and has now spread to nine: Hendricks, Marion, Allen, Delaware, Hamilton, Hancock, Johnson, Lake, and Madison counties. Read More

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