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Trump's Clinton Friendship Comes Back To Bite Him On Black Outreach

As The Christian Science Monitor's The debate will be in NY on Monday, September 26. "My view is you can't win [a debate] but you sure can lose one", Professor LaMay explains in a phone interview with the Monitor. Clinton leapt at the opportunity to remind voters of Trump's numerous controversial comments about women, who will be crucial to the outcome of the November election.

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In Debate, Clinton Was Prepared, Trump Was Trump

Many investors appear to see Clinton as the preferred candidate, while few are sure what a Trump presidency might mean for worldwide trade or the domestic economy. Who does he owe money to? As for an apology for the issue, "I say nothing", he said, and once again he pointed fingers at Clinton yet the blame rests with him.

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'Magnificent Seven' at #1 takes in $35-M

Taking first place overall on the domestic box-office charts this week was Sony's " The Magnificent Seven , ' earning $35M across 3,674 locations". And the ensemble of " The Magnificent Seven " most notably includes Chris Pratt, the " Guardians of the Galaxy " star and a potential heir apparent to Washington and Hanks.

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All eyes on Sushma's response at United Nations today to Sharif's Kashmir allegations

What precondition was imposed when PM Modi landed in Lahore to meet the Pakistani PM? Ms. Gambhir said It appeared that Pakistan's representative had not heard the Indian minister earlier, when she had said that Jammu and Kashmir was an integral part of India and always would be.

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Fashion Forward! Pharrell Williams' New Hu Footwear & Activewear Collection

Pharrell has never been shy about using his platform for the people. You can purchase your favorite pair at select adidas retailers worldwide starting this Thursday, September 29th for $240 each. Williams knew how colourful their culture is. Its designs feature stripes and flags. The musician and producer has worked with the sportswear company since 2014 and previous year (15) introduced Hu, short for "human", consisting of limited-edition NMD sneakers.

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Gigi Hadid assaulted after leaving Max Mara show in Milan

Bella Hadid and her sister, Gigi , may be ruling the runways, but they're making the real fashion statements on the street. Zayn explained he had suffered from anxiety, prompting Gigi to tweet that she "loves" him and will "always be proud" of him.

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Donald Trump Interrupted Hillary Clinton 51 Times During 'Sexist' Presidential Debate

Clinton was given the first question of the debate and seized the opportunity to attack Trump's position on the economy. On Tuesday, Trump floated the theory that debate moderators gave him a bad microphone on objective. But we know Clinton felt pretty good about it, taking a victory lap last night in NY. Kelly Dittmar, a scholar with the Center for American Women and Politics, accurately predicted that Donald Trump might bring up the issue of Hillary Clinton's "stamina and strength".

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'Harsh but no knockout blow': Europe's media react to Clinton-Trump duel

In near uniformity, the voters said the outcome of the debate was the result of Trump's failure rather than Clinton's success. Clinton and Trump engaged in a vigorous back-and-forth on the debate stage at Hofstra University as polls showed them locked in a tight race.

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Netanyahu: Both Presidential Candidates Will Support Israel

During the official meeting from Sunday, the Israeli Prime Minister, and the Republican candidate talked about the relationship between USA and Israel if he will become the next American president. She said she would enforce last year's deal between Iran and six major world powers to exchange sanctions relief for a rollback of nuclear development.

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Rosie O'Donnell Slams 'Orange Anus' Donald Trump Over Debate Jibe

With Trump standing just a few feet from her, Clinton blasted him for perpetuating a "racist lie". While the thick smell of buttery popcorn still hung in the air, public relations junior Jaycee Weber sat near the back of the foyer and waited for the debate to start.

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Stephen Amell Confirms Deathstroke For Arrow Season 5

Now, series star Stephen Amell has tweeted out an image of himself sitting on a park bench, looking very cross with the man on the other end - Deathstroke. What we do know is that Deathstroke will play a part in the massive crossover event that will span all four shows now airing on the CW. Arrow airs Wednesday nights at 8 p.m.

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Rosie O'Donnell Fires Back At Trump After Debate Jab

Clinton brought up Trump's track record with other women, recalling a time Trump called former Miss Universe Alicia Machado "Miss Piggy" and "Miss Housekeeping" - the latter, Clinton said, a reference to Machado's Latina heritage. While Clinton didn't specifically mention O'Donnell, Trump did, apparently in an effort to suggest that what he said about her was his sole offense, and that it was justified.

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Kiwi politicians praise Hillary Clinton for poise in debate

He said the crowd there groaned and laughed at many of Trump's comments. She declared, "There's something he's hiding". Holt: My reference is to what you said in 2002 . But if you didn't have the time (or the stomach) to follow our minute-by-minute recap, don't fret; give us five minutes, and you can get up to speed on the five moments from tonight's debate that will be on people's minds come election day.

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African-Americans are in their worst shape "ever, ever, ever"

Obama was asked about Trump's attempts to woo black voters, which prompted an unimpressed reaction from our president. At his evening rally Thursday, Trump accused Clinton of supporting - "with a nod" - "the narrative of cops as a racist force in our society".

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Supergirl and Superman team up in new 'Supergirl' Season 2 trailer

Indeed, we learn that Brenda Strong will make his first appearance, as she will be recurring for the rest of the season. "This looks like a job for both us". The success of Smallville showed that superheroes don't have to be continually punching evil in the face to be interesting, and this new season of Supergirl seems to be building off of the same idea.

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10 memorable quotes at Emmys 2016 that got etched

In an attempt at comedy that fell flat, the ceremony announcer indicated that Bill Cosby would be taking the stage. But his banter with Matt Damon and his goofing on Maggie Smith made up for it. Once Smith won her fourth Emmy and wasn't there to accept, Kimmel joked that it would be in the lost and found if she wanted it. But she knew who to credit.

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Clinton puts Trump on the defensive in combative debate

He offends people constantly. About half in the poll say the debate did not have an effect on their voting plans, 47 percent said it didn't make a difference, but those who say they were moved by it tilted in Clinton's direction, 34 percent said the debate made them more apt to vote for Clinton, 18 percent more likely to back Trump.

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Scorsese's 'Silence' to qualify for Oscars

Martin Scorsese's Silence will get an Oscar-qualifying, limited release on December 23 , followed by a wider, theatrical rollout in January. It will also open two days after Sony's Passengers , 20th Century Fox's Assassin's Creed , Universal/ Pictures/Illumination Entertainment's Sing , Peter Berg's Boston Marathon bombing film Patriot's Day and Pedro Almodovar's Julieta , all of which open on December 21.

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Kendall, Kylie Jenner get matching Ferraris

In case you were wondering, a new Ferarri will set you back at least AUD$360 000. However, Kylie said in some photographs and videos she took before they left the dealership, that she is so embarrassed by her sister.

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China, Cuba sign 30 deals as Premier starts visit

The contracts also cover industrial capacity cooperation, new energy and inspection and quarantine. Last month, Canada said it would apply to join the China-backed Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank, a move criticized by the United States but welcomed by Li.

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Police have arrested the man alleged to have hacked Pippa Middleton's iPhone

The hacker said they obtained the photos by illegally accessing Pippa's iCloud account. The pictures were reported by The Sun and Daily Mail newspapers to have been stolen from Ms Middleton's iCloud account, and contained shots of her sister Kate and her children.

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Best Trump Burns From Hillary Clinton's 'Between Two Ferns'

The parody segment poked fun at both Clinton and her opponent Donald Trump. "Critics have questioned some of your decision making recently, and by you doing this show I hope it finally lays that to rest", he told her before beginning the interview.

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Benedict Cumberbatch lets slip Doctor Strange will be in Avengers: Infinity War

This suggests that "Avengers: Infinity War" may also see the appearance of the neurosurgeon Stephen Strange turned Marvel hero Doctor Strange . "Civil War" paving the way for Marvel Studios' Phase 3 movie project this 2016, it seems that Marvel fans are up for a bumpy ride for Marvel's next film - " Doctor Strange ", which will be released on November 4.

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Jean-Claude Van Damme's Amazon show green lit

If that's not enough innuendo for you, Amazon's " I Love Dick " revolves around a couple's marital struggles once they meet a character played by Kevin Bacon . In a world where superheroes have been real for decades, an underdog accountant with zero powers comes to realise his city is owned by a global supervillain, and teams up with the eponymous blue-clad superhero.

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Magnificent Seven Hits $12.7 Million On Friday On Box Office

Singapore, Sep 24 (IANS) Director Antoine Fuqua has a special place for late composer James Horner in his heart, as he says " The Magnificent Seven " would not have been possible without him. The 1960 film lacked the depth and emotional turmoil the Japanese film had. The character development is ignored and the scenes that should have shown us the bonding of the Seven feels underwritten and dragging.

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I won't serve in Corbyn shadow cabinet, says leadership rival

Labour could be permanently locked out of power if Jeremy Corbyn remains party leader, Alastair Campbell has said. Britain's Labour party is introducing tough new rules to try and tackle a "tsunami" of online abuse among members and supporters.

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An Interactive Star Wars Exhibition Is Coming to London

It was created with the co-operation of top scientists in neurosciences, psychology, biochemisty and genetics. The ground-breaking exhibition explores the complex notion of identity through the characters of Star Wars and will feature an exclusive collection of 200 props, models, costumes and artwork from the original Star Wars films, as well as an interactive identity quest, and insightful scientific content.

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Alabama pipeline to reopen after 336000-gallon gas leak

Fuel supplies were expected to keep increasing as the week goes on, with crews testing a bypass line that was built around the cracked line in rural Alabama. In light of the leak, five states have suspended hours of service regulations for fuel transporters: Kentucky, Alabama, North Carolina, Virginia and Tennessee.

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Debate Night: Trump Struggles, Clinton Clings to Facts and Figures, Holt Stumbles

In the interview with Stern in September 2002, Trump said, " Yeah, I guess so ", when asked if he supported the looming war. Trump also falsely claimed that Clinton caused ISIS's rise by leaving Iraq. In a post-debate interview between Trump and Hannity, the Fox News anchor backed up the business magnate's account of conversations about the Iraq invasion.

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Spotify will now serve up a daily selection of personalized playlists

My jazz and psychedelic rock mixes were roughly split between songs that I listen to frequently, tracks that were vaguely familiar to me, and old favorites I hadn't heard in a few years. Every once in a while I heard something for the first time. Ogle tells me they are now "looking of ways to get people into the experience more quickly".

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Wenger hungry for more after ending Arsenal's Chelsea hex

Back from suspension and immediately back in the goals, Sergio Aguero scored twice to take his tally to 11 in six games. "Theo Walcott of that stature is a completely different player". The 23-year-old was brilliant on Saturday after replacing Coquelin for the final hour, and he'll be hopeful that he can stay in the first XI even when his team-mate returns.

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FBI starts investigation into Brad Pitt child abuse allegations

According to a source, the actor got drunk and went out of control, verbally and physically abusing his children on board a private flight. The incident was anonymously reported to authorities several days later. The Jolie-Pitt private plane traveling from France landed in the Minneapolis area on September 14. The top Beverly Hills attorney will join Pitt's Hollywood lawyer Alan Hergott to do battle with Jolie and her legal representative Laura Wasser, in what could be a very messy divorce.

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Clinton puts Trump on defensive in blistering debate

September 26, 2016. "I think he appealed to undecided voters, I also think he took some of Hillary's supporters away from her". Rosie O'Donnell. The most acrimonious part of the debate came near the end, when Clinton slammed Trump for calling a beauty pageant contestant "Miss Piggy".

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Honey G is returning to The X Factor

Imagine going to the supermareket with her eh? At times, you could argue that it's a little much or intimidating, but we'll always say that we would much prefer someone come out with this sort of vibe as opposed to someone who is exceptionally timid and doesn't quite know how to be on stage.

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First Look at Denzel Washington and Viola Davis in Fences Movie

A 2010 revival of the play, also starring Washington and Davis, netted them both Tonys for their respective roles. Denzel Washington has worked years to bring August Wilson's Pulitzer Prize and Tony Award-winning play, Fences , to the big screen, and this Christmas it's finally happening.


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