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How to Watch and Stream the Second Presidential Debate

Ayotte is in a close race for re-election. One Republican leader after another , including top Senators and Governors, distanced themselves from the 70-year-old New York-based real estate mogul, who joined the party only a little over a year ago and emerged as its presidential nominee in the short span.

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AT&T said to consider stopping all Samsung Note 7 sales

This device and its massive recall campaign have been a headache for U.S. carriers, but while most have re-started sales of replacement models, AT&T is thinking it might not even bother, and drop the Galaxy Note 7 from its lineup altogether.

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Podesta, Kaine suggest WikiLeaks docs revealing Clinton private speeches are bogus, inaccurate

Giuliani, a Donald Trump surrogate, lamented that the excerpts were not made public during the primary and attempted to shift the focus away from recently released audio of Trump making lewd comments about sexually assaulting women. "You know, when Colin Powell showed up as secretary of state in 2001, most State Department employees still didn't even have computers on their desks".

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NY commuter train derails after hitting second train

The commuter train was travelling from Penn to Huntington when it struck a work train, which caught fire. The work train was moved before 11 a.m., but the passenger train was a more complex and time-consuming effort. "If we have to work all day and all night long, we will", he said. "This is a hard area to get to get to". Passengers were shaken up, seats were busted and windows were broken by the impact.

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Backpage.com CEO transferred from Texas to California jail

Following the arrest, Backpage's Dallas headquarters was raided and more charges may follow. "The actions of the California and Texas Attorneys General are flatly illegal". Hilder says Ferrer is "looking forward to his day in court, where he gets to battle back on these charges". Authorities arrested Carl Ferrer, CEO of advertising website Backpage.com, and are investigating the company that has been widely accused of facilitating sex trafficking of minors.

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Facebook pays £4m corporation tax following pressure from campaigners

Activities at Facebook UK, meanwhile, were confined to selling "sales support, marketing services and engineering support" to other companies within the Facebook group. "The new structure is easier to understand and clearly recognises the value our United Kingdom organisation adds to our sales through our highly skilled and growing United Kingdom sales team".

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AT&T is apparently considering stopping all sales of the Galaxy Note7

Meanwhile, fresh speculation is rife that a second recall of the handset could be just around the corner as it is nearly certain that Samsung could permanently withdraw its Note 7 promotion and sales across the globe. Customers had returned 130,000 affected Galaxy Note 7 phones sold in the USA before the formal recall launched, and about half of all the recalled devices were exchanged through the voluntary recall as of last month, the company said.

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MEP Mike Hookem gives his side of the Ukip altercation

Mike then said there was a small scuffle but absolutely no punches were thrown", Ms Duffy said. Mr Hookem said he then followed Mr Woolfe out into an anteroom connected to the main meeting room. I also heartily thank the Parliament's staff and medical service which provided the first aid as well as the French medical services which have subsequently been caring for him.

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Governor: Trains side-swiped each other, causing derailment

Train service in both directions has been suspended , LIRR said. Both trains were travelling east when they collided just after 9pm on Saturday. The 12-car commuter train out of Penn Station was heading eastbound with 600 people on board when authorities say it sideswiped a work train.

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Pope says he invited transsexual to Vatican, urges mercy towards gays

According to the Pope, teaching kids to change their sexual identity is a war against marriage, saying changing a kid's mentality on sexual identity in schools is "ideological colonization". When someone who has this condition comes before Jesus, Jesus would surely never say "go away because you're gay"'. "But I never abandoned them". But he criticised the man's parish priest, who he said would yell "You'll go to hell" when he saw him in the street.

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AT&T might permanently drop Galaxy Note 7 sales

It's been a awful year for Samsung's Galaxy Note line - ironic, considering how widely praised the Note7 has been. A Southwest Airline flight from Louisville International Airport in Kentucky to Baltimore was reportedly evacuated on Wednesday after a passenger's Samsung Galaxy Note 7 phone began smoking shortly before takeoff.

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New Jersey lawmakers vote to raise gas tax

Republican Governor Chris Christie has promised to sign the bill, which would take effect around November 1. Under the deal, the estate tax will be phased out and gone by 2018. Now, Christie and leaders call the new measure, which would boost the transportation trust fund from $1.6 billion to $2 billion a year, a compromise.

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Syria peace efforts plunge as U.S. suspends talks with Russian Federation

The decree said the Kremlin would consider a resumption of the nuclear disposal agreement only if Washington agreed to several conditions, including rescinding all sanctions and compensating Moscow for losses resulting from them. "We do not shy away from our responsibilities, but we believe that only collectively, only together - including with the United States and Europe and with all the key countries in the region - can this crisis be resolved", Lavrov said.

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Hillary Clinton's Wall St speeches published by Wikileaks

The existence of those transcripts was seized upon during Democratic primaries by Bernie Sanders' campaign, which repeatedly called for their release . "It was conventional wisdom, " Mrs. Clinton said of the tendency to blame the banking system. "Bill and I have been blessed", Clinton said in Raleigh in September.

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At least 33 injured as commuter train derails near New York

Craig Heller, one of 600 passengers aboard the LIRR train Saturday night, said his auto started shaking suddenly after the collision. Both trains were travelling east when they collided just after 9pm on Saturday. Rescuers removed passengers from the train. Four of those injuries are considered serious, including a passenger with numerous bone fractures and a work train crew member with a cut to his head.

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Peace in Afghanistan important for stability in Pakistan: Sartaj

The European Union and member states are together the largest donor, expecting to provide up to €5 billion, including all funding sources, of this overall figure. But there is clear pressure on the authorities in Kabul to do more to stop people fleeing and take back those who leave. Militants briefly reached the centre of the northern city of Kunduz on Monday, and they are testing the defences of two other provincial capitals in the south of the country.

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Stocks lower on expectation of US rate hike, dim outlook

The prospects of U.S. rates tightening within three months has rallied the dollar, which bought 103.71 yen in Tokyo - slightly up from late in NY and sharply higher than the levels below 103 yen earlier Thursday in Asia. After the report, traders cut the odds of a November rate increase to 10 percent from 15.5 percent. The unemployment rate ticked higher to 5% from 4.9%.

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Deutsche Bank shares briefly spike on chatter about Qatar

Finance Minister Wolfgang Schaeuble has declined to comment on whether the German government would be ready to rescue the bank, Germany's largest lender. There is one rumour in particular that I would like to dispel by making it unambiguously clear that Deutsche Asset Management is and will remain an essential part of our business model.

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Clinton campaign dodges Bill Clinton's Obamacare critique

On Monday night, Trump's performance was awful, but he told Fox News that he got hostile questions from the moderator, and his microphone was not working properly. Clinton said that people "have no bargaining power" and that 80 percent of the healthcare costs each year are claimed by 20 percent of the people. And they're getting whacked.

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Wal-Mart Provides Lackluster Profit Outlook

Wal-Mart Stores Inc.WMT -0.11 % has almost doubled its investment in China's second-largest online retailer, a move that would give it observer status at JD.com Inc.JD 1.60 % 's board meetings, a person familiar with the matter had told The Wall Street Journal .

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Yahoo built tool to enable United States intelligence to bulk-search customers' emails

However, Yahoo denied this accusation after Reuters reported the incident. On Tuesday, Yahoo said only that it complies with US law. "According to the Washington Post , the Company released their statement advising that Yahoo called the Reuters story "misleading" and said that it narrowly interprets government data requests to minimize the disclosure of users' information".

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Tornado watch and new curfews in South Carolina

Cellphone networks were down and roads were flooded by sea and river water in Haiti, the poorest country in the Americas. Clinton said that her "thoughts and prayers" were with the victims of the storm and that her "heart is broken" for the victims.

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Ruling Georgian Dream party leads Georgia vote: exit polls

According to Rustavi TV broadcaster, which ordered and published the exit poll, its data is not final and the vote counting is still continuing. Criss-crossed by strategically important oil and gas pipelines and traditionally buffeted between Russian Federation and the West, Georgia hopes to join the European Union and North Atlantic Treaty Organisation one day even though that is something that Russian Federation, its former colonial master, strongly opposes.

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Yahoo Accused Of Secretly Scanning Emails For U.S. Government

The program for real time scanning of user emails was discovered by the security team of Yahoo and they thought it was a hacker. Chief information security officer (CISO) Alex Stamos left the company in response, although the current Facebook CISO has declined to comment on the latest revelations coming out of hapless Yahoo.

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Royal Mail reportedly refuses to ship the Galaxy Note 7

Samsung was able to rely on sales to other phone makers and computer manufacturers to offset the fallout from the Note 7 crisis in the three months through September, when operating profit exceeded analyst estimates. CPSC's spokesman is said to have declined to make comments on possible actions the commission could take on the ongoing battery fiasco of the Note 7.

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Sen. McCain drops support for Trump; will vote for write

Trump continued that he "moved on her like a (expletive)". The video was taped only months after Trump married his third wife, Melania. For months, they stomached his incendiary remarks about Mexicans, Muslims, prisoners of war, a Gold Star military family and a Hispanic judge, along with offensive statements about women too numerous to count.

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Trump still believes the 'Central Park 5' are guilty

The hasty conviction of the men, who were ages 14 to 16 at the time , was widely viewed as a symptom of racial biases and the pressure prosecutors and law enforcement felt to find culprits amid fear of crime in the city amid a spiraling crime rate.

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Bald eagle trapped in grille of vehicle rescued, given to wildlife sanctuary

A bird is lucky to be alive after getting stuck in the grill of a auto in Florida. A Bald Eagle became lodged in the grill of someone's vehicle in Clay County and thankfully survived to tell the tale! The Clay County Sheriff's Office received an interesting call this morning.

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Trump's son: My father 'absolutely' paid federal income tax

If you've seen one of Donald Trump's made men on TV in the last week or so, you've probably seen them refer to The Don as a "genius". After Bash pressed him several more times about federal income tax, Eric Trump said , "Of course, yes, absolutely", before repeating the same line: "My father pays a tremendous amount of tax ".

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Volkswagen unveils ID electric vehicle

The "EQ" bit is supposed to signify "Electric Intelligence", and the concept is built on a new scalable platform which has been designed specifically for battery electric vehicles and can be scaled to accommodate everything from a cabriolet to this SUV Coupe EV .

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Leaked excerpts posted on Clinton speeches to Wall Street

In one speech she gave to a Brazilian bank in 2013, she advocated for "open trade and open borders". Clinton promised on the campaign trail that she would oppose the 12-nation Trans Pacific Partnership, and that she "will stop any trade deal that kills jobs or holds down wages".

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Ethiopia declares state of emergency to stop protests

Anti-government protests continued Sunday. They complain power is held by a tiny Tigrean elite. Protests, which have been on and off since last November, intensified this week after a demonstration during a religious festival last weekend turned into a stampede when police fired teargas on the crowd.

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OPEC, Russia to meet in Istanbul to keep oil production down

Stockpiles of oil stored in the USA slid by 3 million barrels to 499.7 million barrels in the week ended September 30, data published by the Energy Information Administration ( EIA ) showed. "Referring to a chart of oil dating back to last July, Verrone says that while oil has gone nearly nowhere for the past four months, crude did break through what he describes as a "key level" at $48.55 this week".

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How to watch the New York Jets vs Pittsburgh Steelers

The Steelers are now 3-1 heading into Week 5, while the Jets are a lowly 1-3 coming off a loss to the Seattle Seahawks . The big difference between last year's first quarter and this year's first quarter is that we got a ton of turnovers (in 2015).

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WTI tops $50 a barrel for 1st time since June

Crude output fell by 30,000 barrels a day to 8.47 million last week, the Energy Information Administration reported Wednesday. Analysts polled by S&P Global Platts had forecasted a climb of 2 million barrels in USA crude stockpiles for the week.


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