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Hillary Clinton to resume campaigning Thursday

Clinton was diagnosed with pneumonia two days before she fainted on Sunday but her campaign team had kept it quiet until the video was put online. Her campaign said on Wednesday that her physician found her complete physical examination was " normal " and she is in " excellent mental condition ".

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Man charged in North Carolina cop's slaying to be arraigned

He couldn't be reached for comment while in custody, and it was unclear whether he had a lawyer who could comment for him. Brackeen was first transported to Cleveland Regional Medical Center and then flown to Carolinas Medical Center, where he died.

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Former Obama doctor: Trump has 'a narcissistic personality'

Oz did not examine Trump. "He said that he's in great shape and Oz seemed to agree based on the letter from his doctor", audience member Carmela Villa told CNN. Trump said that he remains opposed to abortion rights. Trump said Monday he was planning to release detailed health information from the new physical exam in the coming days, following Hillary Clinton's health scare at the September 11 memorial service and revelations that she was diagnosed with pneumonia.

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Trump Ahead in Latest Ohio and Nevada Polls

Libertarian nominee Gary Johnson drew just 3.4 percent support in the survey, while Green party nominee Jill Stein drew only 0.66 percent support. Despite Trump's lead, only 30% of Nevada voters have a favorable opinion of Trump. Clinton has a 34% favorable rating and a 54% unfavorable rating.

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Elderly gunman shoots 3 at nursing home before killing self

Larry Rosenberg , 77, shot the victims shortly after 11am both inside and outside the Heritage Court Apartments on 3912 Gregg Way. The shootings happened shortly after 11 a.m. Long described the gunman as an elderly male and said he was a resident of the nursing home on Cheyenne's northeast side. It wasn't clear yet whether he fled on foot or by vehicle, Long said.

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DNA match brings arrests in California girls' 1973 killings

The U.S. Marshals Service said Patterson was arrested in Creek County, southwest of Tulsa. Authorities tell PEOPLE they got some of that this week with the "long overdue" arrest of two suspects in the double homicide. Harbour had a 1997 felony drug conviction in San Joaquin County and a 2003 conviction for drug offenses in Sutter County. MARYSVILLE, Calif. (AP) — An investigator "with a bit of free time" made a decision to send for testing DNA samples from a long-dormant cold case, which led ...

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Bayer signs $66 billion cash deal to take over Monsanto

The acquisition is subject to customary closing conditions and regulatory approvals. Monsanto produces seeds for fruits, vegetables and crops, such as corn, soybeans and cotton, and is the world's largest seed supplier, including genetically modified seeds.

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Suspect in Florida mosque fire denied bond; called a danger

Lucie County Sheriff's Office. Thompson, of the St. Lucie County Sheriff's Office, said Schreiber's online presence "corroborates our fear that this does have to do with hate to the Islamic community". In June a motorcycle gang circled the property and shouted at its members, and in July a Muslim man was beaten outside the mosque. Records show that Schreiber was twice sentenced to state prison for theft, according to AP - from March 2008 to July 2009 and from June 2010 to August 2014.

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Campaign releases more information on Clinton's health

If Trump, 70, wins the November 8 election, he would be the oldest person to be elected USA president. Clinton's Republican rival Donald Trump will also reveal the results of his own recent medical exam during a TV show set to be aired on Thursday, said a daily report by The Hill, a top USA political website.

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Clinton medical records declare her 'fit to serve'

Meanwhile, her opponent, Donald Trump, has given a paper summary of his health to a TV host in an interview to air tomorrow. Her campaign later revealed she was fighting pneumonia . Other health records released will show that Clinton's cholesterol and blood pressure are within normal ranges for someone of her age. Clinton takes the blood thinner Coumadin and thyroid medication, according to the new releases.

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Sioux tribe celebrates as US Government halts Dakota pipeline

US District Judge James Boasberg denied injunctive relief to the Standing Rock Sioux tribe [tribe website], which had sought to prevent the Dakota Access pipeline from being built across sacred land. ActionNetwork.org is urging activists and protesters nationwide to join the #NoDAPL crusade: "To defeat a pipeline, it takes a movement of people from all corners of the nation".

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Yuba County Cold Case Suspect Pleads Not Guilty at First Court Appearance

Decades-old DNA led to the arrests Tuesday of two men in connection with the shotgun slayings of two girls in California more than 40 years ago, authorities said. "A lot of this was hinging on bringing them both into custody at the same time". Investigators in the 1970s carefully noted each of the more than 60 people they interviewed, Vacek said, and the suspects' names never came up.

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Walker says nothing illegal about campaign donations

The Guardian says it received 1,500 pages of leaked documents pertaining to the second John Doe investigation, which looked into the relationship between Walker's campaign and conservative donors. Such donations are legal under the U.S. Supreme Court's 2010 Citizens United decision, which said restrictions on corporations' political spending were unconstitutional.

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Missouri lawmakers loosen gun laws, back voter photo ID

Missouri's Republican-led Legislature was poised to significantly relax the state's gun laws and tighten its voting requirements as it prepared to convene Wednesday for a short session devoted to overriding vetoes made by Democratic Gov. It also includes a "stand your ground" provision, which lets people use deadly force in self-defense, without retreating. Senate Bill 1025, a part of the Legislature's ongoing efforts to push back against the Department of Revenue's continual overreach into ...

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ITT Tech shuts campuses after federal aid sanctions

Thousands of ITT Tech students will wake up Wednesday morning with many unanswered questions after the school announced it would close the doors at all 130 campuses. "If a student goes to the same program, then there wouldn't be any discharge", Department of Education Under Secretary Ted Mitchell said on a call with reporters Tuesday".

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2 people found dead in NASCAR driver's family's home

PDT. When authorities arrived, they found the bodies of a man, 68, and a woman, 57. The victims were not immediately identified but longtime neighbors told reporters Gordon's parents live in the house. Police have not released their identities or details about their relationship. Police told CBS2's Stacey Butler that they believe they are dealing with a murder-suicide.

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Ohio poll: Trump has narrow lead over Clinton

Mexico's peso weakened, reversing an earlier gain, after a poll showed Donald Trump is leading Hillary Clinton by five points in OH, a state that has backed the winning presidential candidate in every election since 1964. Rob Portman had a massive lead in the poll, with 53% compared with former OH governor Ted Strickland's 36%. The Bloomberg poll is among the first conducted in the aftermath of Clinton's " basket of deplorables " comments uttered during a September 9 fundraiser .

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Tropical Storm Julia knocks out power in Georgia

Julia is moving at about 6 miles per hour (9 kph), and forecasters say it will meander near northern Georgia and southern SC coastlines into Friday. A flash flood watch is in effect for the Lowcountry through 8 p.m. Julie was, and remains, a "weak" tropical storm and is expected to be downgraded to a tropical depression by noon today, said Dave Shuler, a meteorologist with the weather service.

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Hillary Clinton's doctor says she isn't dying

Clinton has been seen by me this year for routine care", Clinton's physician, Dr. Bardack, wrote in the letter published on the Democratic nominee's official site. The letter did not state when she received those vaccines. News of Trump's appearance on "The Dr. Oz Show" - though it appeared to reveal little detail - had earlier flooded the U.S.

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Sandra Bland's family settles for $1.9M in wrongful death suit

The settlement includes compensation for Bland's death as well as several changes to jail procedures in Waller County, Texas , where Bland died. She was jailed and found dead in the jail three days later. The video, which does not have sound, shows Bland being brought into the jail. Her handcuffs are removed during an initial intake, at which she appears to be coherent and cooperative.

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Gun rights, voting restrictions up for overrides in Missouri

Will Kraus, R-Lee's Summit, exempts instructional classes such as yoga or dance from sales taxes. Nixon says that could be unsafe, and isn't worth the risk to highway drivers. The measure will expand an existing law which lets homeowners use deadly force against intruders, by giving house guests the same right. Both votes exceeded the required two-thirds majority.

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Here's How Tonight's Presidential Forum Between Trump And Clinton Will Work

A forum created to test the leading presidential candidates' capacity for military leadership Wednesday night displayed as much unpredictability as the rest of this election, as questions and answers veered off-topic and both candidates were put on the defensive several times .

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Clinton IT Specialist Ignores Subpoena For House Hearing; Other Witnesses Plead 5th

A third technician, Bryan Pagliano , declined even to appear, despite a subpoena ordering his testimony. Chaffetz warned Pagliano's "thumbing his nose at Congress" and ignoring the subpoena would result in penalties."We're not letting go of this", he said.

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Acquaintance says elderly shooter was distant

The shooting happened around 11:11 a.m.at the Heritage Court Apartments at 3912 Gregg Way, which is adjacent to College Drive and northeast of King Soopers. Later, scanner traffic indicated a weapon that may have been used in the shooting was located. Some people who knew Rosenberg said he had grown distant recently.

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Dakota Access halted by U.S. government

Even as the court ruled against the tribe, the US Government clearly saw the flaws in the Dakota Access Pipeline project . Industry consultant Brigham McCown, a former acting administrator for the federal Pipeline and Hazardous Materials Safety Administration, said the Obama administration's involvement has "changed the lay of the land forever" for infrastructure projects.

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ITT Tech shuts down after federal ruling

Education Department weren't caught off guard. In this morning's announcement, ITT criticized the federal action. "With what we believe is a complete disregard by the U.S. Local 8 News Anchor Lauren Davis talked to a student who is upset after spending almost $40,000 there and not getting a degree. Investigations into the school include one from the office of the Iowa Attorney General.

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Accused cop killer and slain officer have met before

Irving Fenner appeared for his arraignment at state police headquarters Wednesday night in hospital scrubs and a sling. Rhode Island State Police say they have captured a fugitive wanted in connection with the fatal shooting of a police officer in North Carolina .

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Leaked Emails Reveal Clinton Hates Obama for Winning 2008 Election

BuzzFeed first reported on the emails and highlighted Powell's comments about Trump, whom he calls an "international pariah". "That's what the 99 per cent believe". In the emails, Powell said he stayed relatively quiet during the rise of Trump, the Republican presidential nominee. The content of that e-mail from Powell reads as such: "I would rather not have to vote for her, although she is a friend I respect".

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Council approves $3.7 billion budget

The general fund is an estimated $56 million more than past year. Harrell said she and members of the council's finance committee have put together the major components of the budget, but the normal detail by department was not included this year.

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13 year old boy killed by police during alleged armed robbery

Officers responded to the scene where the said they saw three males matching the victim's description of the suspects and approached them, prompting two of the males to flee on foot. Columbus police said the boy pulled a gun from his waistband that was later found to be a BB gun. "Heard gun shots 5, 10 seconds afterwards", he says.

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Polls Tighten: Donald Trump Up 1 Percent in Ohio, Tied in Florida

Independent voters are leaning in Mr. Trump's favor - 43 percent to 41 percent, according to the poll . The two nominees were tied at 47 percent in Florida, erasing Clinton's 1-point lead there. The Labor Day holiday is the traditional kickoff to the frenzied, last stretch of campaigning ahead of the November 8 election, and both Trump and Clinton chose to begin their day in Cleveland.

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Clinton Campaign Releases Medical Information After 9/11 Memorial Health Scare

After a video emerged of her stumbling and being held up by aides, the campaign revealed she had been diagnosed with pneumonia days earlier. Clinton's husband Bill takes over for her in California, attending a fundraiser in Los Angeles, and campaigning Wednesday in Las Vegas.

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Astros' Altuve leaves game with Rangers with oblique injury

The Rangers, who are 15-3 against Houston in 2016 with one game remaining in the season series, don't get a crack at the 'Stros until the first week of May. Bregman, a rookie third baseman batting.260 with eight homers, limped into third in the sixth inning after stopping and starting on Tyler White's groundout.

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South Korea says Pyongyang is ready to conduct another nuclear test

The statement comes days after Pyongyang conducted its fifth and, what is believed to be, their most powerful nuclear test. Park said Monday the "danger of war" and a possibility of North Korean provocations could loom on the Korean Peninsula.

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Football Player Arrested For Punching Referee Apologizes, Denies it was Intentional

Schirmer was immediately ejected from the game and arrested on suspicion of battery. After a few efforts to get back in the Ventura huddle, Schirmer appears to turn his aggression away from the opposing team to the official as he throws a punch that sent the referee to the turf.


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