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Move over sex, drugs make its entry into the U.S. presidential election

Trump's resort", Miller, the Trump spokesman, said in a statement . Donald Trump isn't really running a campaign for president anymore. Trump has responded by lashing out at his accusers, calling them liars, threatening to sue the New York Times , and claiming that the media was fabricating the stories in an effort to manipulate the election.

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Police film rescue of toddler from submerged auto in hurricane floods

The most powerful Atlantic storm since 2007, Matthew has now been downgraded to a post-tropical cyclone. For reporters in the thick of the storm. Here are some of the astounding numbers produced by Hurricane Matthew , so far. In South Carolina, officials said at least 250,000 people have been evacuated, with motorways packed as residents attempt to get inland - where hotels are reportedly fast becoming fully booked by people seeking temporary accommodation.

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New Poll: Most Think Trump Has Made 'Unwanted Sexual Advances' Towards Women

Gloria Allred, a lawyer for Ms Zervos said she had no intention of filing litigation against Mr Trump , adding Trump should be ashamed of himself."The White House is not a locker room", she said. "Most of the women I know have been harassed or groped at one time , and it starts in early adolescence, it's not just when we're adult women", said Manzano.

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LEADING OFF: Kershaw faces Hendricks in Game 2 of NLCS

Until the Cubs' five-run outburst, it looked like manager Joe Maddon's postseason habit of bringing his closer in with six outs to go might cost the Cubs a victory, like it did in a 13-inning loss to the Giants Monday night. Roberts' brilliant strategy in the seventh game of the 2016 first round playoff series against the Washington Nationals allowed the Dodgers to reach the next round.

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India, Russia sign defence, energy deals worth billions

India and Russian Federation have been in talks for over a year for the purchase of at least five systems of S-400. He appreciated Russia's understanding and support of India's "actions to fight cross-border terrorism", which can be interpreted as alluding to the September 29 surgical strikes conducted by Indian special forces along the Line of Control in Jammu and Kashmir.

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Samsung Electronics Estimates $3 Billion Loss Following Note 7 Discontinuation

Samsung has warned that the total cost of pulling its Galaxy Note7 smartphones off the market will be at least £4.4 billion. On Wednesday, Samsung trimmed its profit forecast for the third quarter to $US4.6 billion, down from its original guidance of $US6.9 billion.

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Park expresses deep condolences over death of Thai king

Former Thai prime minister and privy council head Prem Tinsulanonda has assumed the role of regent for the country's vacant throne in accordance with the constitution, the Thai government says. They are expected at the Grand Palace on Sunday. "The supply of black shirts may be low for a few days but garment manufacturers have insisted that there will not be a shortage, while they will quote prices as normal", she said, according to The Nation .

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Steve Young Discusses Timing of 49ers Announcing Colin Kaepernick as Starting QB

But why did Kaepernick regress? I don't think anybody can say that they think it's OK. But this offence should be good for him. Not even the sarcastic "GUYS WE'RE GOING TO THE SUPER BOWL NOW!" expectations are going to be taken in account, the " Kaepernick is basically at the same skill level as Blain Gabbert" are what you, me and everyone else should set for themselves.

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Trump Insinuates Clinton Was on Drugs During Debate

I think we should take a drug test prior to the debate. "We had eight Trump accusers in a matter of days". Polls also indicate oh, where early voting began Wednesday, is one of only a handful of states that are tossups with less than a month to go.

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MU Poll: Clinton Lead Grows Over Trump

The latest Marquette University Law School Poll released Wednesday shows Clinton claiming 44 percent support among likely voters in Wisconsin, with Republican nominee Donald Trump at 37 percent, Libertarian Gary Johnson and 9 percent, and Green Party nominee Jill Stein at 3 percent.

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Florida rescheduled for November 19 in Baton Rouge

If Jim McElwain is as smart as we know he is, he won't give the pregame speech November 19 before Florida plays LSU - at Tiger Stadium in Baton Rouge. Florida officials originally said the game would still be played in Gainesville before postponing the game the next day. Meanwhile, it'll be payday for LSU in 2017 as the Tigers travel to Alabama , Ole Miss, Mississippi State, Tennessee AND Florida.

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You can play Xbox One or Wii U games in PSVR

This may be to the detriment of PlayStation VR . Sony is confident about Playstation's VR appeal and is expecting to sell hundreds of thousands of units at launch and may reach 2.6 million units sold by the end of this year. Sony has released a virtual reality headset, a screen that fills the user's field of vision and it reacts to movement. The system is not wireless, but nothing will hold you back from getting immersed into the detailed worlds of the VR games available.

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Cruise lines ban Galaxy Note 7 due to overheating

If investigators confirm that the Galaxy Note 7 that caught fire was indeed a replacement unit, Samsung might have to launch a second recall program for the smartphone. The good news for Samsung is that its Galaxy Note 7 debacle hasn't be devastating to its bottom line. T-Mobile has said that it has resumed sales of the model and will continue doing so.

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Putin to Kremlin journalists: US is watching you

This statement by PM Modi assumes significance in the backdrop of Beijing's stand on New Delhi's bid to ban JeM terrorist Masood Azhar, the mastermind behind the Pathankot attack. He further added that during the media, India conveyed its broad concerns to Chinese side and stated that both sides should narrow down areas of differences.

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Hurricane Matthew makes landfall on SC coast

At least 16 deaths are now associated with Hurricane Matthew, the powerful storm that made landfall in SC as it made its way up the Atlantic coast Saturday. and though the storm's intensity has decreased, it still poses a significant flooding threat considering the inundating rainfall and the storm surge risk to coastal areas.

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You Can Use PSVR On a PC Or Xbox One

ArsTechnica stated that users can plug the PlayStation VR headset into the controller to gain sound, although Xbox One players should not expect the 360-degree audio that PlayStation VR games can provide. As a result, the Sony headset is expected to make an immediate impact. Fortunately, iFixit offered some more detail in its own teardown of the PlayStation VR .

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Samsung Galaxy C9 with a 6-Inch Display Spotted on TENAA

The Galaxy C9 carries the model number SM-C9000 and the phone was recently spotted at the FCC, which means that it could potentially be made available in other countries than China. The Galaxy C9 is expected to pack a large 6-inch Full HD (1920 x 1080) display, along with 6GB of RAM and 64GB of internal storage. In the leaked photos of the Galaxy C9 Pro, it can be seen that the device will come in gray and gold color.

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China overtakes United States in crude imports

Earlier the Dow fell as much as 184 points, but it's regained nearly all of its losses. Mining and chemicals companies and banks are taking some of the largest losses. PG&E Corp. fell 57 cents to $59.80 and Duke Energy slid 73 cents to $77.21. SAFETY: Investors feared for the health of the global economy and bought government bonds , which sent yields sharply lower.

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Fear of Tostee caused death court hears

The trial continues in the Supreme Court. Prosecutor Glen Cash argued in his closing submissions yesterday the "tall and muscular" Tostee dominated and taunted the "slight and petite" Ms Wright as he held her down on the ground with his body weight.

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Samsung Launches Chromebook Pro, Possibly Best Chromebook Ever

Samsung too, is now expected to be working on their Chromebook. Among the impressive features are a 12.3-inch display with a sharp 2,400 x 1,600 resolution, along with the ability to rotate 360 degrees. The Chromebook will be skinned with Chrome OS, running Android applications and we hope it will be integrated with Allo and Duo. The hardware seems to be designed with Android app support in mind.

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Google Pixel and Pixel XL - The Good and the Bad Sides

That even includes an exclusive deal with Verizon in the US. Now once the Pixel is actually released, hopefully some resourceful Android nerds will find a way to just make the Verizon-sold hardware behave like it came straight from Google .

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Conjoined Twins-Surgery story

Surgery to separate the twins started Thursday morning, and the separation procedure lasted almost 16.5 hours, according to CNN . McDonald sought the help of Dr. She said the atmosphere at the hospital was "one of celebration mixed with uncertainty". No matter how the surgery affects the boys, Nicole and Christian promise to love them no matter what.

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Moniz: Paris agreement is 'historic moment'

In a statement , UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon said, "Global momentum for the Paris Agreement to enter into force in 2016 has been remarkable". The 10 nations that recently ratified the agreement are: Canada, Germany, France, Austria, Bolivia, Hungary, France, Germany, Nepal, Malta, Portugal and Slovakia.

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What Is The Hunter's Moon? Here's How To See This October Supermoon

Following the recent Black Moon and Harvest Moon earlier this autumn, the Hunter's moon will arrive in the Northern Hemisphere on 15 and 16 October. As the moon revolves around Earth, it is illuminated from varying angles by the sun; what you see when you look at the moon is reflected sunlight. But when it's close to the horizon it looks bigger, whether it's a super moon or not.

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Samsung Announces Microsoft Surface Pro 4 Killer

With price tag that reads 1000 United States dollars, the Samsung Galaxy TabPro S Gold edition is now a proven fact. Under the hood, the tablet has a huge 5200mAh Battery, and you can get 10.5 hours video playback. If anyone's into tablet photography, it has a 5-megapixel rear-facing camera with autofocus and a 5-megapixel front-facing snapper, which is more or less enough for selfies or video chats.

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Aleppo airstrikes kill at least 81 civilians amid 'holocaust'

On Thursday, airstrikes killed 13 people, after warplanes hit several rebel-held districts, which include al-Kalaseh, Bustan al-Qasr and al-Sakhour. "The bombing started at 2 a.m. Syrian state news agency SANA said the school in the al-Suleimaniya area had been targeted in what it described as a terrorist attack. The Observatory, a Britain-based war monitoring group, also said shelling on government-held parts of Aleppo had killed eight people on Wednesday.

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'Planet Earth II' Is Going to Blow Our Minds

We missed you. It's been a decade since you soothed our eardrums with your perfection in the original Planet Earth , and while Sigourney Weaver was just fine on the DVD release for some Yanks, we knew that the real magic was in your knighted voice.

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Obama lets Americans bring home more Cuban cigars and rum

The senior Cuban official said that Washington still maintains restrictions on Cuban imports in U.S. territory, "especially those from the state sector, with the exception of pharmaceuticals approved in the new package of regulations". The changes "will create more opportunities for Cuban citizens to access American goods and services, further strengthening the ties between our two countries", said U.S.

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2 women say Trump touched them inappropriately

One of the women, Jessica Leeds, has appeared on camera to recount how Trump grabbed her breast and tried to put his hand up her skirt in the first class cabin on a flight to NY in the early 1980s. On this subject, the Times also made the case that they couldn't possibly ruin Trump's reputation more than he already has, particularly when it comes to women.

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Melania Trump Wants People Magazine To Retract Parts Of Story Attacking Trump

Trump's decision to show no contrition has already hurt him. Like the three women who came forward to the Times and Palm Beach Post , Stoynoff was disgusted when Trump claimed during Sunday's second presidential debate that he never sexually assaulted women the way he described in a 2005 Access Hollywood audio that was leaked on Friday.

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Note 7 debacle will cost $3 billion in lost sales — Samsung

Customers who have already returned their Note 7 will be issued with the account credit nearly immediately and customers who are yet to return their device will have the credit applied to their account following the return of their Note 7. And that was before it announced it was discontinuing the Note 7. Now the company is struggling to figure out what exactly is wrong. Sprint Corp (S.N) spokeswoman Laura Lisec said retail employees had been told to remove phones from packaging, power them ...

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Obama pushes US goal to send humans to Mars by 2030s

The habitats " would evolve into spacecraft capable of sustaining and transporting astronauts on long duration deep space missions, like a mission to Mars ", the administrator wrote . Notably, in September, SpaceX founder Elon Musk announced his company's plans to set up an in-space infrastructure to set up a sustainable human presence on the Red Planet, ultimately getting a million people there within the next 100 years.

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North Carolina Democrats win extension of voter registration deadline

State officials said earlier this week they would not extend the regular deadline to register to vote, which ends on Friday, despite widespread damage and flooding after Hurricane Matthew. William Custer, an attorney for the civil rights legal group, asked the judge during a Friday hearing. "There's no magic to the state's deadline" of October 11, Custer argued.

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Harvard, MIT professors win Nobel in economics

Harvard's Oliver Hart and MIT's Bengt Holmstrom on Monday won the Nobel Memorial Prize in Economic Sciences for their contributions to contract theory. Hart's and Holmström's is little-known outside of the world of economics. Encourage contractors to sacrifice quality to cut costs and you might cause problems like those that led the U.S.

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UN chief in Haiti gets glimpse of Matthew's destruction

While visiting victims of Hurricane Matthew UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon described the destruction by the storm as "heartbreaking", expressing disappointment at scant emergency aid reaching the struggling nation. Cholera has killed more than 10,000 people and affected some 700,000 since an outbreak in 2010, with 500 new cases reported every week. For years, the United Nations had denied or been silent on longstanding allegations that it was responsible for introducing cholera to Haiti ...


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