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VP candidate strongly condemned Donald Trump after the Republican nominee's suggestion about how voters should protect their right to bear arms
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After 'shoot Hillary' hint, NYDonald Trump's hometown tabloids are not of one mind about the 2016 presidential race, but they seem to be tiring of Trump. Rupert Murdoch's New York Post, which endorsed Trump, seems to be souring on... him, and the Daily News has called the GOP presidential nominee a "clown" who killed the Republican Party — and that's just on the front page. Well, after Trump said at a rally in North Carolina on Tuesday that maybe "the Second Amendment people" can stop Hillary Clinton from naming Supreme Court justices, the Daily News drew a red line. Tomorrow's front pageTHIS ISN'T A JOKE ANYMORE: The News says, Trump must end his campaign s://t.co/VY8DhnLwnu pic.twitter.com/1OE48UUhGQ — New York Daily News (@NYDailyNews) August 10, 2016 "This isn't a joke any more," the Daily News said, next...
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Father Charged For ShootingThe child had just returned home from her first day of school when the shooting occurred
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Brazil's Senate votes to holdAfter a night of debate, the Brazilian Senate voted early Wednesday morning to go forward with an impeachment trial for the country's suspended president, Dilma Rousseff. The Senate voted 59-21 to... hold the impeachment trial, which is likely to start the week after the closing ceremony of the Rio Olympics. A two-thirds majority is needed to impeach Rousseff, who is accused of spending money without congressional approval in the lead-up to the 2014 election, as well as taking out unauthorized loans from state banks in order to boost the national budget. Rousseff, who was suspended in May, and her allies in the Workers' Party say she didn't do anything that wasn't previously done by other administrations. She also accuses interim president, Michel Temer, of being behind a coup; if Rousseff is...
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Hopes Dashed for Venezuela'sThe vote to recall Nicolas Maduro probably would not happen until January or February
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A Turkish military officer on a U.S.-based assignment for NATO is seeking asylum in the United States after being recalled by the Turkish government in the wake of last month's failed military coup,... U.S. officials told Reuters. The asylum bid is the first known case involving a Turkish military officer in the United States as Turkey purges military ranks after mutinous soldiers commandeered fighter jets, helicopters and tanks in an unsuccessful attempt to oust President Tayyip Erdogan.
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Everything you need to know about recent polling, fundraising numbers and the overall political landscape
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Cop accidentally shoots, killsPUNTA GORDA, Fla. -- Police in Florida say a woman has been accidentally shot to death by an officer during a citizens academy exercise. Multiple media outlets report that Punta Gorda Police Chief Tom... Lewis says Mary Knowlton was taking part in a roleplaying scenario Tuesday when she was “mistakenly struck with a live round.”...
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Rio Olympics: Why are there soThe BBC's Wyre Davies looks at why there are so many empty seats at Rio 2016.
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Donald Trump's Support AmongMany women are abandoning decades of party loyalty, calling Mr. Trump emotionally unfit for the presidency and a menace to national security.
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Thailand Plans to TrackThai authorities say the move would help catch foreigners who commit crimes or overstay their visa
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Saudi Arabia close to deal toMove coincides with news that Saudi-led coalition warplanes have resumed air strikes on Yemen for the first time in three months, killing 14 people The United States has approved the possible sale to... Saudi Arabia of up to 153 tanks, hundreds of machine guns and other military gear in a deal worth $1.15bn. The announcement coincided with news that Saudi-led coalition warplanes had resumed air strikes on Yemen's capital for the first time in three months, killing 14 people and shutting the airport after UN-brokered talks were suspended.
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Subway Employee Accused ofAn officer's drink was drugged with THC and methamphetamine
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Complaints about loose strapsAt least two people who rode in the last year on the same Kansas waterslide where a 10-year-old boy was killed say nylon shoulder straps came loose during the raft ride featuring a 17-storey drop.
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New York Daily News UrgesThe New York Daily News used Wednesday’s front page to call on Donald Trump to abandon his presidential campaign, and urge the Republican Party to toss him out if he won’t go on... his own.  The newspaper said the GOP presidential nominee was “toying with political bloodshed” on Tuesday when he said “Second Amendment people” could do something about Hillary Clinton and/or the judges she appoints, if she is elected president.   While the Daily News has previously mocked Trump as a “clown” on its front page, Wednesday’s paper took a much more serious tone:  Tomorrow's front pageTHIS ISN'T A JOKE ANYMORE: The News says, Trump must end his campaign s://t.co/VY8DhnLwnu pic.twitter.com/1OE48UUhGQ — New...
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Judge caught with $150K bribe in money jar

New York Post - 10 Aug 2016 15:08
Judge caught with $150K bribeDon’t forget to tip your judge. A Ukrainian lawmaker is accused of blatantly palming a $150,000 bribe and stashing it in a glass jar — a picture of which went viral on social media. Mykola... Chaus, the judge of the District Court in Dnipro, was detained but he could not be arrested because his position grants...
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They're with her, now: MoreHillary Clinton’s campaign rolled out a slew of endorsements from Republicans on Wednesday -- another blow to Donald Trump's efforts to unify the GOP around his presidential campaign. The new... Clinton supporters are former Commerce Secretary Carlos Gutierrez, former Housing and Urban Development Secretary Carla Hills, former Congresswoman Connie Morella, former Congressman Chris Shays and...
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The Russian intelligence agency FSB said on Wednesday that one of its employees and a soldier were killed in separate incidents in Crimea described as foiled terrorist attacks. …
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Iraqi officials say separate attacks outside Baghdad have killed at least 10 people. …
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Kosovo's opposition used tear gas for the second day in a row Wednesday to disrupt the work of the parliament's leadership on a pending border agreement with Montenegro. …
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Italy proposal to jail vegansA controversial Italian bill proposes jail time for vegan parents who impose the "reckless and dangerous" diet on their children.
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When Friends Spy on Friends:Former Navy intelligence analyst Jonathan Jay Pollard delivered over 800 highly classified documents to the Israeli government over a 17-month period. According to an article by Seymour Hersh... published in the New Yorker, Pollard stole and sold militarily sensitive Signals Intelligence information, a year's worth of memos by intelligence officers in the U.S. Navy's Sixth Fleet recording their observations of Soviet planes, ships, and submarines in the Mediterranean Sea, documents on how Navy intelligence was tracking Soviet submarines, and material revealing the capabilities of one of America's most highly classified photo-reconnaissance satellites. In a 1998 op-ed published in the Washington Post, four former directors of naval intelligence noted that Pollard "offered classified...
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Brazil's Senate on Wednesday voted to put suspended President Dilma Rousseff on trial for allegedly breaking fiscal rules in managing the federal budget. …
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More than 33,000 people died at the hands of the Islamic State group and other organizations loyal to it between 2002 and 2015. At least, that's according to calculations released Tuesday in a report... by the National Consortium for the Study of Terrorism and Responses to Terrorism at the University of Maryland.
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Federal Court records do not say how investigators came to discover the marriage fraud ring, but one of the documents in the case contains a possible clue: the main defendant …
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