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With only one point separating the race for president among North Carolina voters, campaigns are pulling out all the stops. They chose him and have now chosen pence because they campaign is anti-establishment. "It shows that they care", added Mary Casey of Colorado Springs. And 73 percent of Republican voters think the election could be stolen from the billionaire businessman, while 17 percent of Democrats agree with the prospect of rigging.
  • Conte backs Terry to adapt into Chelsea back three

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    The Belgium global insisted that the win was their standout performance of the season so far as Pedro, Gary Cahill, Eden Hazard and N'Golo Kante grabbed the goals to move Chelsea to within a point off the top of the table. "At the start of the season I said to the club that I had to have a look at him, because I wanted to assess him with my own eyes". It doesn't matter who we play.
  • First of 2 dead workers recovered in Boston

    First of 2 dead workers recovered in Boston

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    The Boston Fire Department has requested a response from the Occupational Health and Safety Administration (OSHA). In an effort to retrieve the victims' bodies, crews were vacuuming water out of the trench while adding supports to reinforce it.
  • Demand for more early voting in N Carolina at appeals court

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    Voters have been casting mail-in absentee ballots since September, and those who wish to vote by mail have until November 1 to request a mail-in ballot. The 4th Circuit wants the state to respond by Tuesday. What do you need to know about early voting, known formally as one-stop absentee voting? Voters can find their Election Day polling place by searching the State Board of Elections site here.
  • Adviser says he told Christie that officials knew of bridge plot

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    Christie has not been charged and denies any wrongdoing. After three years of virtual silence since sending the infamous "time for some traffic problems in Fort Lee" email , Bridget Anne Kelly is about to have her say in court. Renna later testified at the trial that her choice of words was "poor" and that she had no knowledge whether the governor was lying, only that it contradicted what Kelly said to her.
  • Chemical incident causes emergency situation in Atchison

    Chemical incident causes emergency situation in Atchison

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    According to an alert from Benedictine College, classes were canceled. The two chemicals involved in the spill were identified by a city official as sulfuric acid and sodium hypochlorite. Five of them are city employees. Thousands of students at local schools were evacuated in addition to staff at the county courthouse. A local emergency room treated at least 26 people for respiratory issues.
  • LB Vince Biegel set to return for No. 10 Wisconsin vs

    LB Vince Biegel set to return for No. 10 Wisconsin vs

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    Special Teams: Iowa - Desmond King is among the conference leaders in both punt and kickoff return yardage. Coach Kirk Ferentz said that is a reflection of where things stood after last week's Purdue game. The home team has lost the last five meetings, with the Badgers winning their last three games in Iowa City and Iowa winning the last two games in Madison .
  • Georgia not stressing about South Carolina's uncertainty at quarterback

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    Georgia received votes in last week's polls, but dropped out of the top 25 rankings with both the AP and Coaches after losing to Tennessee. The bulldogs are certainly favored against a SC team that is only five games into it's rebuild under Will Muschamp, but SC is showing some positive signs on defense, even if their offense is light years away.
  • Johnson, Feingold address higher education in final Senate debate

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    Johnson said federal government unintentionally made college less affordable by pouring money into higher education. "But blasts the media", Johnson said. John said he disagrees with some of what Trump says, including his claims that the election is "rigged". MINIMUM WAGE: Feingold reiterated his support for raising the minimum wage to $15 an hour, while Johnson said he would be OK with indexing a minimum wage increase tied to the rate of inflation.
  • Richard Sepolio Arrested After 4 Killed in San Diego-Coronado Bridge Accident

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    The Associated Press reports that the driver, identified as 25-year-old Navy man Richard Anthony Sepolio, was arrested on suspicion of driving under the influence. "It's terrible", said California Highway Patrol spokesman Jake Sanchez. San Diego Fire-Rescue Department Chief Brian Fennessy said, "You know, it's not that common for vehicles to come off of freeways and overpasses".
  • Big 12 won't expand after all, SI reports

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    The only public statements that provide a hint at which way the Big 12 is leaning have come from Oklahoma President David Boren , who once called the conference "psychologically disadvantaged" by having only 10 members. One source close to the situation told HD Bowlsby's only hope for expanding the league at Monday's meeting would be to convince the eight schools not named Texas and OU to vote as a block to add two schools as "insurance" in case Texas and/or OU chose to leave the conference ...
  • High school graduation rate hits record high of 83.2 percent

    High school graduation rate hits record high of 83.2 percent

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    In a press release out Monday morning, the White House touted the number as a "record new high" since 2010-11, when all states recorded a four-year adjusted measure of high school graduation. Students with disabilities had a graduation rate of 70 percent, compared to 64.6 percent nationally. At the same time, he also warned the students they would need more than a high school diploma to succeed in today's job market.
  • WikiLeaks emails reveal Clinton campaign's strategy to woo

    WikiLeaks emails reveal Clinton campaign's strategy to woo "needy Latinos"

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    Clinton campaign chairman John Podesta addressed the leaks for the first time Tuesday night, telling reporters aboard the campaign plane that the FBI is investigating the hacking of his Gmail account. An April 2015 memo sent from Podesta to Clinton staffers outlined his goals to limit the number of debates, to hold them late at night during the first four primary contests, and to have them all "multicandidate" so Hillary wouldn't be judged against a single opponent.
  • Department Of Justice Report Finds SFPD Bias But Carefully Avoids Alleging Racism

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    San Francisco Mayor Ed Lee also said that the city and police force were ready to implement all of the recommendations in the report. "This is going to take some time, and it's going to require a significant amount of focus and resources", Ronald Davis, the Justice Department's director of Community Oriented Policing Services, was quoted as saying by The Washington Post .
  • 18 homes destroyed in northern Nevada wildfire

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    The cause is still under investigation. But the winds gusting up to 89 miles per hour over the Sierra ridgetops are keeping all firefighting aircraft on the ground. He was hopeful the winds would subside enough to allow for the use of some helicopters or air tankers. California Fire officials say that blaze, dubbed the "Emerald Fire", is now estimated to be 25 percent contained.
  • Amazon adding 120000 workers for holiday season

    Amazon adding 120000 workers for holiday season

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    The jobs are scattered across 27 states, but Amazon confirms in Virginia, it is hiring for more than 4,000 positions at locations in Chester, Petersburg, Richmond, Springfield and Sterling. Earlier this year, a Bloomberg report revealed how unspeakably very bad it is to work in an Amazon warehouse, even after many aspects of the job have been automated.
  • Hong Kong pro-democracy activist detained in Thailand 'at China's request'

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    In its statement , the Demosisto party said it had been informed by Chotipatpaisal that Thai authorities "received a letter from the Chinese government earlier regarding Wong's visit". China's Foreign Ministry, when asked about Wong's detention, said it had "noticed the relevant reports". "The detention and deportation of Joshua Wong are yet another indicator that Thailand's military government will use any available means to stifle political discourse in the country", Champa Patel, Amnesty ...
  • Pence Denies Rumors He Thought About Leaving Ticket

    Pence Denies Rumors He Thought About Leaving Ticket

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    The list of things Gov. Bill Haslam, and so many other Republicans, have been willing to stomach from their party's presidential nominee includes many, shall we say, deplorable episodes, but now we know what a mild-mannered billionaire from Knoxville just can't tolerate.
  • Likely new UN secretary-general sees 'huge challenges' ahead

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    Under the UN Charter, the UN Secretary-General shall be appointed by the General Assembly upon the recommendation of the Security Council . A vote by the General Assembly's 193 member states to endorse Guterres is expected to be held next week, probably on Thursday.
  • Truck plows through Reno crowd during Columbus Day protest

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    The woman who streamed the video began crying during it and said, "There was a truck that came, and this truck didn't have their lights on... and they were in front of our people". On Monday, a man drove his pickup truck into a group of Native Americans protesting Columbus Day, as well as the North Dakota access pipeline. Pedestrians walk beneath the famous Reno arch as traffic passes on Virginia Street in downtown Reno, Nev.
  • Gators: We're not dodging LSU

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    The Tigers may want to bring some mosquito spray with them in Week 7, because Missouri football will trek to The Swamp to face a Florida team that just got their starting quarterback healthy. LSU AD Joe Alleva , here congratulating his interim football coach Ed Orgeron, is playing hardball on re-scheduling his game against Florida. Meanwhile, if LSU won its final four SEC games against MS (at home), Alabama, Arkansas (on the road) and Texas A&M (on the road), the Tigers would still finish ...