• Russian Federation denies its warships will join Aleppo bombardment - RIA

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    In addition, he says, Moscow is "sending a very strong message to the West, particularly to Washington, that Russian Federation considers itself to be a global power which demands respect". Although NATO actions often further inflame tensions between Russian Federation and the West, they are beholden to positions from which it is politically hard to abstain.
  • Investigation into fatal tour bus crash on California highway continues

    Investigation into fatal tour bus crash on California highway continues

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    The crash happened around 5:00 am (1200 GMT) in Palm Springs, some 110 miles (180 kilometres) east of Los Angeles. Two other hospitals received patients with minor injuries. Martinez spoke with The Associated Press on Tuesday, two days after the bus slammed into the rear of a truck that was creeping along at 5 miles per hour because of utility work.
  • Hillary Clinton 'considering Joe Biden for Secretary of State'

    Hillary Clinton 'considering Joe Biden for Secretary of State'

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    Citing an unnamed Hillary Clinton source, the report states that Biden is atop the campaign's internal shortlist but that they have not broached the subject with the vice president. "I have a lot of things to do, but I'll help her if I can in any way I can", Biden added. It also appears that Hillary isn't going to put her husband, Bill Clinton, at the top of her cabinet.
  • Microsoft lauches new Paint app

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    He said the computer will have a "linear micro-array" of speakers to hear voice commands from the user from across the room with Microsoft's assistant function, Cortana . Creators can scan objects and people using this app on Windows 10 PC's or smartphones using the camera and import the scans on to Paint 3D to create your personalised 3D artwork.
  • North Korea will never ditch its nukes, top intelligence expert warns

    North Korea will never ditch its nukes, top intelligence expert warns

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    United States administrations have demanded that North Korea agree to denuclearisation, although aid-for-disarmament negotiations have been stalled for years and sanctions have failed to stop the North's weapons' programmes. Though the US has urged North Korea to denuclearize and has offered incentives, negotiations have stalled for years, and sanctions have done little to hinder the North's nuclear weapons programs.
  • Former President Bill Clinton campaigns in Rocky Mount

    Former President Bill Clinton campaigns in Rocky Mount

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    Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton, accompanied by first lady Michelle Obama, greet supporters during a campaign rally in Winston-Salem, N.C., Thursday, Oct. Following her rally with Mrs. Obama, Clinton greeted students at an early voting site at University of North Carolina-Greensboro. Clinton asked. "Maybe it's especially meaningful to me because I do know something about being first lady of the United States".
  • New November Game Titles Revealed! 'Battlefield', 'Resident Evil 5

    New November Game Titles Revealed! 'Battlefield', 'Resident Evil 5

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    The list of games subscribing members for both consoles can get for free in the month of November has been announced, with some good titles on each side. However, for those of you newcomers who might want to be desperate to extend their game libraries without breaking the bank, this is the best place to start.
  • Early voting begins today in WV

    Early voting begins today in WV

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    There are more states offering early voting options for residents this year, and as FiveThirtyEight noted, it is a boon to Hillary Clinton. In-person early voting kicked off across Nevada over the weekend and Democrats have flocked to the polls.
  • Stocks sink on Clinton email bombshell

    Stocks sink on Clinton email bombshell

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    The former First Lady is the front-runner in opinion polls with just 11 days to go before the November 8 election, although it remains to be seen whether Trump has just been handed a lifeline. Comey needs to focus on stopping terrorists and protecting America, not investigating our soon to be President-Elect Hillary Clinton . State Department spokesman Mark Toner said the department learned about the Federal Bureau of Investigation letter from news reports and did not get any notification ...
  • Police identify man killed in Virginia workplace shooting

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    Jones said Fekede entered the U.S.in 2011 through a refugee immigration program. The Associated Press reports that in recent years, layoffs have occurred at multiple facilities, including the site of today's shooting in Roanoke, as a result of fluctuating costs and demands.
  • Virginia students perform well on national science tests

    Virginia students perform well on national science tests

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    In eighth grade science, for instance, there was a 41 point gap between the average score for white and black students in 2011. New Hampshire students saw the average scale score and the at-or-above proficient score improve in 2015 compared to the previous NAEP assessments in 2011 and 2009.