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US officially recalls Samsung Galaxy Note 7

Samsung has been criticized for its lack of guidelines and for announcing its own replacement program on September 2, rather than immediately working with the CPSC to issue an official recall. That's what happened with the Note 7, Samsung's Koh explained. Note 7 use remains stable, even after the recall. One of them was an alert over replacement batteries, and another one affected the charger and cables, but not the phone itself.

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Democrat 'fit to serve' after mild pneumonia

Clinton's diagnosis came to light on Sunday after she became overheated and dehydrated at a September 11 memorial service in New York City. Mr Trump told a rally in Canton, Ohio, on Wednesday night that he doubted Mrs Clinton would have the stamina to lead one of his events.

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Details about 13-year-old black boy shot by police emerge

The family of the boy, in a statement through its lawyer, said officer's version of events was in conflict with numerous witness accounts. "The family is obviously distraught by the murder of Tyre", said attorney Chanda Brown, who represents the boy's family.

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Ex-NASCAR racer expresses shock after parents found dead

Police were called to the home of Robert and Sharon Gordon in the evening where the bodies of the Gordons' were found alongside an unidentified weapon. The autopsy for the couple has been scheduled for Thursday, and the Orange County Supervising Deputy Coroner, Kelly Keyes, said that they were not yet ruling one way or another as to the cause of the deaths.

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Recovered From Pneumonia Bout, Hillary Clinton Returns to Campaign Trail

After Ms. Clinton was seen stumbling limp-legged into her vehicle Sunday at Ground Zero, it took several hours for her personal physician to disclose she had been diagnosed with pneumonia two days earlier, drawing criticism of her campaign's transparency.

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WSU fraternity suspended amid sexual assault allegations

At least three more women have since come forward saying they were drugged at the same party, according to the Moscow-Pullman Daily News . After both reports, Pullman Police investigators searched the Delta Upsilon house and collected evidence, which they sent to a crime lab.

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Bernie Sanders Calls for a Plea Deal for Edward Snowden

NSA whistleblower Edward Snowden has slammed a critical new report by the US House intelligence committee, which claims his leaking of classified documents and government intelligence programmes caused "tremendous damage" to national security.

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Man wanted in officer's slaying captured, to be arraigned

Police are investigating after a hooded gunman opened fire on a group of friends hanging out on a street in Boston's Dorchester section. Rhode Island State Police Col. It is believed that Fenner was then transported back to Rhode Island on September 12 and was staying at 150 Oxford St.in Providence. He couldn't be reached for comment while in custody, and it was unclear whether he had a lawyer who could comment for him.

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Arkansas to open 2017 football season in Little Rock

Now, the question will be how well the team can focus. It's unlikely BWW will have to intervene on the Razorbacks' matchup versus Texas State though; oddsmakers are setting the spread at 31 in favor of Arkansas . Sophomore running back Stedman Mayberry led Texas State's rushing attack with 79 yards and a touchdown on 17 carries. "We are a very, very good football team, and hopefully people will take notice of that now".

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Get Smart Fast: The Controversial Dakota Access Pipeline

Protests were scheduled throughout the day in Atlanta, Washington, D.C., Los Angeles and numerous other cities. Former US Democratic presidential candidate Bernie Sanders joined the event on Tuesday in support of the Native American activists.

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Ted Cruz meets with Mike Pence, still declines to endorse Donald Trump

He said they shouldn't have to. I mean, the millions of people who support Donald Trump around this country are not a basket of anything. "Jokingly"? "Inartfully"? The only thing Clinton didn't call "half" of Trump's supporters was being anti-Semitic.

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Experts Weigh In On Newly Released Health Information From Clinton, Trump

Bornstein had previously written a note declaring the 70-year-old Trump, if elected, would be the healthiest president in history. Sponsored content: Take our data storage survey and we'll donate to the Federal Employee Education & Assistance Fund.

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Elderly shooter "took issue" with poker games at Wyoming senior facility

A 77-year-old man living at a senior citizen apartment complex shot t. On Wednesday, in Cheyenne, Wyoming , at a senior citizen apartment complex, a 77-year-old man, Larry Rosenberg shot and killed one resident and wounded two others, before turning the gun on himself and committing suicide as police officers moved in on him.

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NCAA pulls championships from North Carolina

Curry grew up in Charlotte. Majority Leader John Bell of Goldsboro told The Associated Press on Thursday that lawmakers from both parties voted for the law last March with the right reasons and intentions, and it's sad the law has become a political football.

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Neighbor: Man, woman found dead are related NASCAR racer

The Orange County coroner's office identifies the deceased as 68-year-old Robert Gordon and 57-year-old Sharon Gordon. Robby Gordon of the USA gestures after arriving at the end of the 14th stage of the Dakar Rally from La Serena to Santiago, Chile, Saturday, Jan.

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Vigil held for 13-year-old boy shot by police

The story's headline has been corrected to show the shooting was in Columbus , not Cleveland. The incident began just before 8 p.m. EDT on Wednesday when police responded to reports of an armed robbery. The Columbus Dispatch said investigators cleared him. "Their proliferation in public is risky for the same reasons traditional firearms are, but also for an additional reason: they endanger kids who carry them in instances where someone (like a police officer) mistakes it for a different ...

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Man with meat cleaver attacks officer, gets shot, say police

Peter Donald said on Twitter . Chief James O'Neill with the NYPD said two officers responded to a call for a man trying to remove a boot from his auto. "They shot him up", the witness said. ABC News tweeted that officers shot a suspect armed with a meat cleaver after he refused to put it down. "I grabbed my camera and ran in the other direction", the witness said.

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United States election: Clinton set to return to campaign trail

Hillary Clinton has made her first public appearance since taking three days off the campaign trail after being diagnosed with pneumonia. "Our campaign readily admits that running against a candidate as controversial as Donald Trump means it is harder to be heard on what you aspire for the country's future and it is incumbent on us to work harder to make sure voters hear that vision".

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'Please hurry' woman whispers in 911 call about dead bodies in Ashland

Ashland Police Department and Ohio BCI execute a search warrant on a home where a woman had been abducted. That was to lead family members searching for Stacey toward a house in Ashland where a woman who was still alive was being kept captive, Ron Stanley told a crowd of a couple of hundred people gathered in a parking lot on Orange Street in Ashland, near where two of the womens' bodies were found.

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US Signals Changes in Economic Ties with Myanmar

US President Barack Obama has said long-standing trade sanctions against Myanmar would be lifted soon. Barack Obama made the remarks after meeting with Myanmar's de facto leader Aung San Suu Kyi in the Oval Office, a move taken to mend broken relationship between the two countries.

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More than 30 oil pipeline protesters arrested in the last 2 days

Dakota Access, a subsidiary of the Dallas-based natural gas company, is building the 1,100-mile pipeline, according to Reuters . " This pipeline must be stopped! ". "We were all moved by the spirit to be here", said Linda James Thomas, 59, a Native American who said she attended at the request of the Georgia State Tribe of the Cherokee.

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Family of Sandra Bland settles for $1.9 million

Bland's jailhouse booking papers reveal she told a guard she previously tried to kill herself. Waller County will pay $1.8 million of the settlement and the Texas Department of Public Safety will pay $100,000, though it hasn't been revealed whether or not the county officially claimed responsibility for the death or simply settled to avoid a trial.

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United States sets goal to take in 110000 refugees next year

Myanmar sent almost 4,000 more refugees than it had in 2014, according to an analysis from the Migration Policy Institute. "It is lunacy, politically correct lunacy for President Obama and Hillary Clinton to support bringing tens of thousands of Syrian refugees into this country when the Federal Bureau of Investigation can not ensure that those refugees are not terrorists".

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DeWine takes abortion clinic dispute to Ohio Supreme Court

OH had argued that the rollback was needed to reduce administrative burdens on local election officials. Democrats said that in the 2012 presidential election, 14,000 people registered to vote during the period, and 80,000 cast their votes on those days.

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Trump outlines tax plan for 3.5 pct. growth, creating 25 million jobs

Trump gave specific goals - and policy details - urging the United States "to start thinking big once again". Robust economic growth, he said, would help America recover from its financial woes. "Trump's latest revision of his economic plan would benefit Trump at the expense of millions of hardworking folks across our country who deserve the opportunity at a better future".

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What to do to if you own a Samsung Galaxy Note 7

The scale of the recall is unprecedented for Samsung, the world's largest smartphone maker. Samsung Electronics America announced that replacements for Note 7 smartphones will be available at retail locations in the USA by September 21.

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Hillary Clinton 'doing great' as she returns to campaign trail after pneumonia

The report came as Clinton hits the campaign trail once again after trying to put aside a badly handled health scare that rattled her bid for the USA presidency. Former Sec. of State Clinton departed from the standard stump speech and talked about why she is running and what matters to her. Aside from the pneumonia, Bardack also disclosed the Clinton developed a sinus and ear infection in January that required the insertion of a myringotomy tube in her left ear.

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Obama says U.S. ready to lift Myanmar sanctions

Barack Obama made the remarks after meeting with Myanmar's de facto leader Aung San Suu Kyi in the Oval Office, a move taken to mend broken relationship between the two countries. arms embargo on the pariah state. "But it is a good news story in an era in which so often we see countries going in the opposite direction". Obama hailed a "remarkable" transformation in the country also known as Myanmar, which spent five decades under military rule.

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Obama to Veto Congressional Bill Prohibiting Gitmo Detainee Transfers

Long debates are ongoing between USA administration officials and democratic legislators to reconsider the bill in an attempt to find a way to avoid collision between the Obama administration and Congress. The House vote was held ahead of the 15th anniversary of the terror attacks. JASTA would remove sovereign immunity, preventing lawsuits against governments, for countries found to be involved in terrorist attacks on US soil.

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Trump, Clinton running neck and neck

On Wednesday, Clinton released a letter from her physician, Dr Lisa Bardack, to dispel rumours about her health. With the candidates' wellbeing suddenly at the forefront of the campaign, Clinton looked to head off further scrutiny by releasing new medical records Wednesday indicating that she was "fit to serve" as president.

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Battle belongs to Vols

Flags are displayed and fireworks are set off during the national anthem before an NCAA college football game between Tennessee and Virginia Tech at Bristol Motor Speedway on Saturday, Sept. Virginia Tech controlled the first quarter before Tennessee woke up and rolled off 31 straight points. Quarterback Josh Dobbs had a 40-yard run and a 38-yard touchdown pass to Josh Malone , and Jalen Hurd had runs of 17 and 18 yards.

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Weather Forecast: Warm & sunny into early Saturday

Another weather system is approaching from the Pacific Northwest and that looks like it'll get here in south central Montana sometime on Saturday night or Sunday morning. Sat: High: 81 Decreasing clouds. Today will showcase ample sunshine with highs finally around average in the low to mid 70s as high pressure strengthens across the region.

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Police find couple dead; neighbor says NASCAR racer's dad

He now is competing in the Speed Energy Formula Off-Road series, the website reported, a series that he created in 2013. Calls to representatives for Robby Gordon were not immediately returned Thursday. Gordon finished his NASCAR career with three wins and 39 top-ten finishes. Gordon last raced in the Sprint Cup in 2012. Hunter-Reay would appear as scheduled in a weekend race in Sonoma County, Gordon said.

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USA election: Clinton set to return to campaign trail

According to the poll , 45 percent of Trump voters say they are very enthusiastic about voting, compared to 36 percent of Clinton voters. Clinton fell ill Sunday during a 9/11 memorial ceremony in NY, where she was seen stumbling limp-legged into her vehicle, an episode that raised tough questions about her overall health and her campaign's transparency.

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Arrests at pipeline site 70 miles from protest

District Court judge rejected a request from Native Americans for a court order to block the project. They converged in solidarity with the Standing Rock Sioux tribe of North Dakota. Inland Rep. Raul Ruiz is asking a House subcommittee to hold a hearing regarding an oil pipeline that has inspired protests from Native American tribes and environmental groups in North Dakota.


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