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Women protest outside Trump Tower in NYC

I've said and done things I regret, and the words released today on this more than a decade-old video are one of them. Or, maybe it's because Trump's accusers are playing the same role survivors have always played in politics: Their stories are weapons against politicians we either hope to vote for or hope to defeat.

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US Navy destroyer comes under missile attack off Yemen coast - Pentagon

However, the group denied that its forces had targeted the USS Mason with the missiles. The spokesman also added that the United States military assessed the missiles came from Houthi-controlled territory in Yemen . The Houthis claimed this was a ballistic missile attack , using a local variant of the Soviet-era Scud missile, carried out by their forces against the Saudis.

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China launches two astronauts on mission to experimental space station

President Xi Jinping, who is now on a visit to India, sent a message of congratulations saying the mission marks the first time that Chinese astronauts will remain in orbit for medium term. China on Monday successfully launched the manned spacecraft Shenzhou-11 that will dock with the space lab Tiangong-2. This mission marks the sixth time China has sent men into space and will be the longest Chinese mission by far.

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Clinton and Trump in Dead Heat in Georgia

In the latest poll, Clinton has a 45-to-33 percent advantage over Trump in the state, whose 13 electoral votes are a key prize in the race for the White House. The trend toward Clinton actually started before the first presidential debate, but it was that debate that started to send Trump into a downward spiral that has his campaign now looking at a almost impossible path to the presidency.

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Samsung Galaxy S8 release date, specs: Next flagship to feature LG battery?

Try as Samsung might to stop people making fun of the Galaxy Note 7 palaver, it might have a problem shutting up the leader of the free world. With the recent issue with the Galaxy Note 7, Samsung will reportedly switch to a third-party partner for some of its components for the next company flagship.

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LG could end up supplying batteries for the Galaxy S8

There were 39,000 Galaxy Note 7 devices distributed to Canada and reports are saying that 70-percent of them have been returned and that consumers had problems with four of them overheating. Son said it was remarkable that Samsung had moved to break its own rule of not using parts from its rival LG. " Batteries are becoming more important in the smartphone market as manufacturers want longer battery life in a smaller size".

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Samsung mulls new compensation program for Galaxy Note 7 users

Those in possession of the device were advised to allow the battery to run down, switch off the phone and turn it over at disposal points. The Consumer Safety Commission announced today a safety recall on Samsung's new Galaxy Note 7 smartphone after users reported that some of the devices caught fire when charging.

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International Space Station cameras capture incredible footage of Hurricane Nicole

Forecasters warned those on Bermuda not to go outside as the eye passed over. Hurricane Nicole has struck the North Atlantic island of Bermuda, causing widespread damage to homes and businesses. Hurricane Nicole is a category 3 that continues to bear down on Bermuda. Hurricane Nicole is the second major hurricane this month. In addition to the wind and rain, Nicole could also bring a risky storm surge to Bermuda.

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Photos Show European-Russian Mars Probe Likely Crashed, Exploded

NASA's Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter has caught sight of the blackened spot where a European lander apparently hit the Martian surface, providing the first visual evidence that the Schiaparelli probe did indeed bite the dust. It's believed that the Schiaparelli craft successfully navigated its orbital insertion burn and deployed its parachute as planned. Be proactive - Use the "Flag as Inappropriate" link at the upper right corner of each comment to let us know of abusive posts.

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The Khans in the Most Powerful Ad of this Election

After Mr. Khan spoke movingly about his son and his family's sacrifices, he waved his copy of a pocket-sized Constitution at Donald Trump and demanded to know what Trump has sacrificed for his country. Only one American soldier died. My son was Capt. Humayun Khan . Not only did Khan call out Trump's disrespect for the sacrifices of military members and family, but he also called out Trump's false theory that all Muslims in America were risky.

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Fate of European Space Probe Uncertain

The European Space Agency (ESA) is hailing its ExoMars mission a success despite mystery over the fate of a lander supposed to have touched down on the Red Planet. Signals from the disc-shaped Schiaparelli probe stopped just before its scheduled landing on Wednesday, although a parachute to slow its descent did deploy.

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Rodgers, Packers beat Bears with big 2nd half

Head Coach Mike McCarthy adjusted the game plan and simply let Rodgers wing it. Hoyer is done for a while . Chicago Bears quarterback Brian Hoyer broke his left arm in the second quarter Thursday night against the Green Bay Packers .

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Twitter, Spotify, others knocked out by hackers

Fortune 500 companies - so the outage was felt widely. Dyn Inc, which runs domain name servers, said on its website that it was subject to a distributed denial of service, or DDoS, attack. The company said in a series of statements that the attack took place early Friday local time and created disruption, but that "services have been restored to normal".

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China slams 'provocative' US sail-by in South China Sea

China's Defense Ministry said conducting such operations by the USA would exacerbate the situation in the disputed waters, noting that, "This shows it is the United States which is the troublemaker when it comes to the stability of the South China Sea".

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Apple iPhone 7 series Takes Samsung Hometown By Storm- South Korea

According to a report in the Korea Herald , LG Chem, LG's battery-making arm, is in contention to manufacture batteries for Samsung's upcoming flagship phones. It means that Samsung Electronics will move to cut its reliance on Samsung SDI, which has provided 70% of the batteries used by its parent company.

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Jupiter spacecraft detects problem, turns off camera

The U.S. space agency said the glitch followed an unrelated problem last week that prompted it to skip firing Juno's braking engine, to steer the probe into a tighter regular orbit around Jupiter. Rick Nybakken, project manager for Juno from NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory in Pasadena's still strongly believe in the capabilities of the spacecraft.

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Mars spacecraft 'was destroyed in crash-landing'

Thanks to Schiaparelli, the ESA now has more information about how best to land a spacecraft on Mars that should help with planning as it moves toward launching that life-hunting rover years down the road. They said that there might also have been an explosion on impact as the lander's tanks were still full. With the loss of Schiaparelli, only two spacecraft are now roaming the Martian surface: Curiosity and Opportunity, which landed in 2004.

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Samsung To Exchange Galaxy Note 7s At Some Canadian Airports

There were 39,000 Galaxy Note 7 devices distributed to Canada and reports are saying that 70-percent of them have been returned and that consumers had problems with four of them overheating. Customers who exchange the Note 7 for a Samsung device will receive a $100 credit; those opting for an alternative brand will receive $25 credit. The company has to date opened customer service points at airports in Sydney, Melbourne and five other cities, according to a page on Samsung's Australian Web ...

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Nyquist leads Red Wings past Predators, 5-3

Pekka Rinne , who faced a season-high 43 shots on Friday, could get a start in the back-to-back with four days afterward until a stretch of three games in four days for the Predators . He was stationed at the net front when he deflected in Ryan Sproul's shot, just five seconds into a power play. Several Nashville players were ill, including Ryan Johansen and Craig Smith , who had to leave the game because of it.

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Schiaparelli Mars lander might have exploded on impact: ESA

This lander was part of the space agency's larger ExoMars 2016 million, which also put an orbiter into orbit to probe Mars' atmosphere. Since the fuel tanks for its thrusters were probably still full, it's likely the lander exploded on impact , ESA says.

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Trump says he'll accept a clear election result, won't lose

October 21: Donald J. Trump began this quadrennial exercise in campaign humility and self-deprecation yesterday by comparing himself to the son of God - just another "carpenter working for his father" in his youth. Clinton , who spoke after Trump said it is "amazing" she is up here after him. "Four years earlier I was with Gov. Romney and President Obama, and you could tell there was some iciness", he said.

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Donald Trump's comment on rigging of Presidential election is risky: Barack Obama

Speaking at campaign event in North Carolina, the first of three rallies Friday, Trump said he never wants to look back and think that if he'd only held one more rally, he could have won a state. "I'm curious to hear what a billionaire has to say". The two candidates are scheduled to appear at a charity dinner on Thursday night in NY. Despite some " awkward " moments during the dinner, Cardinal Dolan, who sat between Trump and Hillary throughout the event, said on The Today Show ...

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Michelle Obama Rocks Versace Dress, Sends Powerful Message At Last State Dinner

So Michelle and I chose to just think of this as a typical Italian Sunday dinner, surrounded by family and great friends, by [ undecipherable] and pasta. After reminiscing about a family holiday to Rome, he quipped that the U.S. elections can "seem like Dante's Inferno ", referring to the epic poem in which the narrator descends into the seven circles of hell.

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Missing from the debates: Climate change

The ad takes aim at Donald Trump's climate change stance: he doesn't believe the notion that human-made pollution is causing the planet to warm. And why, in the same debate, did you reiterate the need for more natural gas production as a "bridge", when the science says that that "bridge" leads to climate disaster? Energy Secretary Ernest Moniz said he wants tonight's presidential debate moderator to ask about climate change.

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Watch Trump Get Booed While Roasting Clinton at Catholic Charity Event

President Barack Obama blasted Trump yeserday at a rally in Miami Gardens, Florida, for Clinton and US Representative Patrick Murphy, who is trying to unseat Republican Senator Marco Rubio, a Trump supporter. Trump later was booed at a white-tie fundraiser for Catholic charities in NY where he and Clinton, fresh off their bruising final debate in Las Vegas, took part in what was supposed to be a friendly roast.

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The final US Presidential debate: 5... 10:42AM

FILE - In this October 18, 2016 file photo, Republican vice presidential candidate, Indiana Gov. Mike Pence speaks in Wilmington, N.C. It¿s become a familiar routine for Pence. "I don't know what kind of shape I'm in", Trump surmised of the future. Clinton faced her own moments on defense in the debate. The Republican candidate has lost ground to Mrs Clinton in national polls and must-win battleground states since just before the first television debate on September 26th, when they ...

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United Nations warns of Daesh using 550 families as "human shields"

ISIS fired mortar rounds toward the advancing forces, most of which missed by a wide margin, though at least one exploded near a group of Humvees. The key is to "keep everybody focused on the object here which is to defeat ISIL", Carter said, using another acronym for the Islamic State, "because that is a threat to all three of us".

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Biden: I'd take Trump "behind the gym" in younger days

Biden will be "in the Pittsburgh area" on October 25. But the vice president devoted most of his speech to railing against Trump, the Republican presidential nominee and a billionaire businessman. He made clear he would not be afraid to set Trump straight man to man. "What he said he did and does is a textbook definition of sexual assault ..." "Press always ask me, 'Don't I wish I were debating him?'" Biden told the crowd.

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European Mars probe destroyed after plunging to surface

If it is intact and switched on, Schiaparelli is consuming battery power, which means time could be running out for mission controllers to try and make contact via its transceiver - a device that can transmit and receive messages. The pictures taken by NASA suggest the probe's rocket fuel exploded on impact . After receiving the successful separation of the two, the flight controllers applauded and confirms that, If everything goes so well, the two probes will the reach the Red Planet on ...

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Samsung to pay full compensation to suppliers of Note 7 parts

Samsung is offering a $25 gift card for all Galaxy Note 7 returns, and boosts the credit to $100 for those who replace their Galaxy Note 7 with another Samsung smartphone. For feedback, complaints, or inquiries, contact us. Many airlines have since banned Note 7 phones from flights in response to numerous reports on the device catching fire.

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Donald Trump booed and other highlights from the Alfred E. Smith dinner

President Barack Obama chided Mr Trump for his remarks. Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton face an awkward reunion tonight as they share a stage just 24 hours after a bitter final presidential debate . "Michelle Obama gives a speech and everyone loves it". Clinton said she understood why Trump was leery of teleprompters because they can be difficult to follow and "I'm sure it's even harder when you're translating from the original Russian".

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What are these hexagonal clouds found over the Bermuda Triangle?

The five planes carrying 14 men were never found. Steve Miller, a satellite meteorologist at Colorado State University, told What on Earth his interest was peaked when he saw a recent NASA satellite image of the cloud pattern above the western tip of the triangle, about 150 miles east of Florida.

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Images of Mars probe's supposed crash site released by European Space Agency

Just another lesson in how hard these missions actually are; a cautionary tale for new space entrepreneurs. Pictures taken by a NASA satellite show a black spot in the area where the Schiaparelli lander was meant to touch down Wednesday, the European Space Agency said.

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The numbers behind Tom Brady's love affair with his tight ends

Brady needs five more to become the NFL's all-time leader. "The event is at Splitsville, right up here at Patriot Place, next Tuesday; a lot of the guys [will be there.] We'll have some great auction items and it'll be a great time, but most importantly, every penny we raise will go directly to an organization called 'Samaritan's Purse.' That's already on the ground in the Carolinas and in Haiti".

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Amid a nasty race, one kind moment for Trump and Clinton

Al Smith V, whose family hosts the Alfred E. Smith Memorial Foundation Dinner in NY, said Friday that Donald Trump "crossed the line and took it a little too far" with some of his remarks at this year's charity gala. "With all of the heated back and forth between my opponent and me at the debate last night, we have proven that we can actually be civil to each other", Trump said.


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