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The other boy, who is also 5 years old, was initially listed under critical condition but is now said to be in stable condition. A boat capsized in San Francisco on Saturday afternoon, and all of the 30 people onboard were rescued. A U.S. Coast Guard rescue crew, including divers, was dispatched to the scene off the historic Pier 45, one of the tourism destinations along the city's waterfront, in the heart of the Fisherman's Wharf neighborhood.
  • Small plane crashes while trying to land at CT airport

    Small plane crashes while trying to land at CT airport

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    One of the first things that the multi-agency investigation into the October 11 East Hartford crash answered was that student pilot Feras Fretekh did not have ties to terrorism. Investigators are looking into information that the student pilot was a Jordanian national. The mayor of East Hartford, Connecticut, says the survivor of a small plane crash near a military jet-engine manufacturer told authorities that it was intentional.
  • U.S. And Britain Call For Immediate Ceasefire In Yemen

    U.S. And Britain Call For Immediate Ceasefire In Yemen

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    While headlines in the Middle East have been dominated by the ongoing bloody civil war in Syria, where a brief cease-fire came to an abrupt halt in September, Yemen's long-running struggle has escalated since the bombing of a funeral hall in the capital Sana'a on October 8 by a Saudi-led coalition.
  • Pence says GOP to 'absolutely' accept election outcome

    Pence says GOP to 'absolutely' accept election outcome

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    Pence said, "The American people are very, very troubled. once again, here we are in an election of such enormous magnitude in the life of this nation, and once again, the media is piling on with unsubstantiated claims as the headlines while they ignore an avalanche of hard evidence about corruption, pay to play, political favoritism emanating out of Hillary Clinton's years as secretary of state".
  • Israeli leaders blast UNESCO resolution on access to Al Aqsa mosque

    Israeli leaders blast UNESCO resolution on access to Al Aqsa mosque

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    OIC Secretary General Iyad Amin Madani commended the OIC group's efforts and the positions of friendly countries that backed the resolution, which would entrench and preserve the Arabic-Islamic identity of Al-Aqsa Mosque. Benet said the resolution showed support for Islamist terror and warned that those that rewarded supporters of jihad in Jerusalem on the same week as the killing of two Israelis could be the next victims.
  • US Election: Vice presidential debate gets heated on major issues

    US Election: Vice presidential debate gets heated on major issues

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    He appeared more measured in his answers than the often articulate but agitated Kaine, who was keen to force his rival into defending the many awkward statements that Trump has made over recent months. Instead, he sought to defuse the line of attack by arguing pre-emptively that it was the Democrats - not Trump - waging an insult-filled campaign. The big moment for their running mates behind them, both Clinton and Trump were shifting focus back to each other - and to Sunday's debate, the ...
  • Donald Trump faces two new groping accusations, says women 'have no witnesses'

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    Trump himself has dismissed his 2005 comments as "locker room talk". Leeds was wearing a white pantsuit, he said , while Trump was wearing a suit and cuff-links, which he gave to his British flight companion. Zervos says she rejected Trump's advances and he began talking as if it were a job interview. You and I don't agree on much politically, but I support and admire your efforts to curb sexual assault in the military.
  • WikiLeaks Release Reveals Hillary Clinton's Sympathy for Wall Street

    WikiLeaks Release Reveals Hillary Clinton's Sympathy for Wall Street

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    The email, from Clinton's future campaign manager Robby Mook to Podesta, said Obama administration officials should use their connections in the president's home state to try to push back the March 15 IL primary by at least a month. In January, Clinton's lawyer David Kendall - who called the situation a "slimefest" - sent Podesta a series of documents related to Juanita Broaddrick, a woman who claims Bill Clinton raped her in 1978.
  • Thai prince names regent to manage the crown

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    Days after the death of Thailand King Bhumibol Adulyade, whose funeral rites began Friday after a 70-year reign, grieving has shifted to guessing regarding when the royal throne will be occupied. "China deeply mourns King Bhumibol's passing and expresses honest condolences to the Thai people and government", the ministry said. Authorities have allowed people to enter the complex for a limited time, and only to sign condolence books in another hall.
  • North Carolina buildings take $1.5B hit from Matthew floods

    North Carolina buildings take $1.5B hit from Matthew floods

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    A coordinator for the American wing of the World Health Organization said the United Nations base in Les Cayes that Ban arrived at was shut down after looting of two World Food Programme food containers outside the base on Saturday. The disease has killed more than 10,000 people and sickened more than 800,000 since then, and hundreds of new cases are being reported every week. The U.N.
  • Trump Escalating "Go To Jail" Rhetoric Against Clinton

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    A couple of hours prior to the Sunday evening debate, Trump appeared together with four women who had accused the former president of sexual harassment: Juanita Broaddrick, Paula Jones, Kathleen Willey and Kathy Shelton. She also wouldn't confirm Trump's plans, announced at the debate, to appoint a special prosecutor to investigate Clinton if he is victorious. That impulse can be seen in the way Trump talks over Clinton; the way he invades her personal space; the way he threatens to jail her.