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Trump campaign staffers sharedPossibly collusion, definitely dumb.
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Suspect captured in 'heinous'Five people were shot, officials said.
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McCain demands answers on deadly Niger attack

New York Post - 19 Oct 2017 04:21
McCain demands answers onJohn McCain said on Wednesday that The White House has not been forthcoming about the ambush that killed four soldiers in Niger and he wants more information. The Arizona Republican and head of the... armed services committee curtly replied “no” when asked whether the Trump administration has been transparent and helpful in releasing information about...
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FBI sex trafficking stingThe infant and her 5-year-old sister had been offered up for sex by a friend staying with the family.        
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Families of the fallen shareTrump claimed his predecessors did not call grieving families.
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Man suspected of killing 3A 37-year-old man suspected of killing three co-workers in Maryland earlier in the day was captured Wednesday evening in Delaware, police said. Authorities said Radee Labeeb Prince walked into... Advanced Granite Solutions in Edgewood, Maryland, shortly before 9 a.m. on Wednesday and shot five people before fleeing. Three were killed, and two remain in serious condition at the University of Maryland Medical Center. The owner of Advanced Granite Solutions said Prince had worked there for four months as a machine operator. After the shooting, Harford County Sheriff Jeffrey Gahler told reporters the incident was "one of the most heinous acts we've ever seen in our county." Prince is suspected of shooting an additional person less than two hours later in Wilmington, Delaware. Police there said...
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F.D.A. Approves Second Gene-Altering Treatment for Cancer

The New York Times - 19 Oct 2017 02:28
F.D.A. Approves SecondThe treatment will be for adults with aggressive non-Hodgkin's lymphoma when chemotherapy has failed. It re-engineers a patient's own cells to fight cancer.
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Despite Trump Opposition AndTrump does like to change his mind.
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Police catch suspect in deadlyThe suspect in the shooting of six people in Maryland and Delaware, including three who died, is in custody. The Harford County Sheriff's Office in Maryland tweeted Wednesday night that 37-year-old... Radee Labeeb Prince was "apprehended a short time ago in Delaware by ATF and allied law enforcement agencies." Police say Prince shot five co-workers...
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A Michigan University IsAnd the program is growing
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Ex-teacher's aide at schoolA former teacher's aide at a Florida school for students with emotional and behavioral disorders had an inappropriate relationship with a 14-year-old student, police said. Alana Chasky, 35, who worked... at the private Riverdale Country Day School in Palm Bay, was charged with lewd and lascivious battery and distributing obscene material to a minor. “She...
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Governor of Puerto Rico wantsThe governor of hurricane-ravaged Puerto Rico said he’ll tell President Trump when he meets with him later Thursday that “we need equal treatment” like other US citizens who are recovering from... the destruction of recent storms. “Recognizing that we’re in this together – US citizens in Texas, US citizens in Florida, US citizens in Puerto...
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Taliban slaughter dozens ofKABUL, Afghanistan -- The Taliban have killed at least 58 Afghan security forces in a wave of attacks across the country, including an assault that nearly wiped out an army camp in the southern... Kandahar province. Spokesman Dawlat Wazir said the attack on the army camp late Wednesday, which involved two suicide car bombs and...
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Feds hunt 'Fashion ForwardA robber known for his stylish wardrobe is wanted for a string of heists in Arizona — but it’s more than the fashion police hot on his trail. The FBI said the suspect — dubbed the "Fashion... Forward Bandit" — is being sought for 10 robberies at banks and businesses in Scottsdale, Chandler, Tempe, Mesa,...
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Sons of slain Panama PapersThe sons of a prominent Maltese journalist have called on the island nation’s prime minister to step down — days after their mother was killed by a car bomb after leading the Panama Papers probe... into corruption. In a Facebook post-Thursday, Matthew, Andrew and Paul Caruana Galizia said Prime Minister Joseph Muscat should take political...
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North Korea threatens to goNorth Korea threatened the United States with an “unimaginable” nuclear strike for conducting military exercises with South Korea in the waters off the Korean peninsula, according to a report on... Thursday. "The U.S. is running amok by introducing under our nose the targets we have set as primary ones,” the state-controlled Korean Central News Agency...
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Georgia Teacher Resigns OverShe received numerous threats
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Energy Secretary Rick PerryDebating how presidents honor fallen service members is "asinine," Energy Secretary Rick Perry told CBS News on Wednesday, when Major Garrett asked him about the days-long controversy surrounding... President Trump. "The presidents of the United States each have a love for this country," Perry said. "They have a love for the young men and women who serve and the families who have lost them. I think anyone who questions that -- now do they handle it differently? Yes, and that's okay." President Trump has had about two dozen service members die while he was in office, but when George W. Bush was president, Perry noted, he was signing a condolence letter a day during the height of the Iraq War. When Perry was governor of Texas, he added, "about 10 of those years, I wrote a letter a week to a...
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Clerk charged with murderingA gas station clerk in St. Louis is charged with killing a customer he mistakenly believed stole a $1.10 bag of candy. Taleb Rebhi Ali Jawher, 39, was charged Wednesday with first-degree murder and... armed criminal action for the Sept. 26 ordeal that left 34-year-old Christopher Simmons dead, the St. Louis Post-Dispatch reports. Simmons was...
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Catalonia's leader declared independence last week, but the Spanish government isn't letting the region go that easily.
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North Korea threatensNorth Korea conducted itssixth, and most powerful, nuclear test last month.        
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Woman in critical conditionA woman doused with nail polish remover during a possible domestic argument was in critical condition after inhaling dangerous levels of acetone, authorities said. Police have arrested a man, 59, who... lived in the same building as the woman, also 59, in the first block of West Chicago Avenue. Officers...
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Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan pledged cooperation with Nigeria in its fight against Boko Haram but said he expected the African nation's support against a movement led by U.S.-based cleric...
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The Catalan crisis is not just about nationalism

Al Jazeera English - 19 Oct 2017 14:44
What is happening in Catalonia is a symptom of much larger crisis that liberal democracies are suffering from.
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