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Lines were reported at a number of early voting locations today. So, that 6,000-voter mark means about 23 percent of Anderson County's 26,500 registered voters have already cast a ballot for the November 8 election. Clinton is a former USA secretary of state and US senator from NY. The ballot also lists six proposed amendments and one initiated act, but state officials are only counting votes on four measures because the state Supreme Court struck three from the ballot.
  • Man detained for ramming into prosecution office

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    I have committed a deadly sin", Choi said after she made it inside the building, Yonhap reported. "I'm sorry. I committed a sin that deserves death". She flew back to Seoul Sunday from Germany and was mobbed by hundreds of journalists and angry protesters waving placards demanding her arrest.
  • IRS officer Sushil Chandra to take over as CBDT chairman

    IRS officer Sushil Chandra to take over as CBDT chairman

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    Rosenthal, a senior fellow at the nonpartisan Tax Policy Center, who was involved in tax legislation back in the 90s. According to new documents cited by The Times , while Trump and some of his businesses were in the throes of financial turmoil in the 1990s, Trump pressured investors to forgive millions of dollars in debt that he could not repay at the time.
  • Twickenham MP Tania Mathias confident Heathrow Airport expansion plans will be stopped

    Twickenham MP Tania Mathias confident Heathrow Airport expansion plans will be stopped

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    Carolyn McCall, CEO of easyJet said, "This is good news for United Kingdom consumers and businesses and will help ensure that the United Kingdom is better connected to the rest of the world". Officials also considered a plan to expand London's Gatwick airport, which had lobbied for permission to add a runway. It serves more than 220 destinations in 80 countries for 42 million passengers a year on short and long-haul point-to-point services.
  • Illinois' PARCC tests see more participation, improvement

    Illinois' PARCC tests see more participation, improvement

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    IL has also stopped funding the ACT for high school students and will now provide the SAT at no cost to school districts this school year. ISBE officials stated in a news release that this year's report card data stands as a "significant benchmark, welcoming a new era of collaboration and support, as ISBE prepares to implement the new federal education law, the Every Student Succeeds Act".
  • ISIL herds civilians into Mosul as human shields

    ISIL herds civilians into Mosul as human shields

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    While the Iraqi army and its local allies have since recovered much territory, the terror group remains in control of Mosul and several parts of western Anbar province. Dorrian said the USA -backed assault is largely proceeding according to plan and had advanced to within 10 to 20 kilometers of the Mosul city limits, although some reports put units within five kilometers of the city.
  • Candidates for PA attorney general comment on Kathleen Kane sentencing

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    The judge told Kane her children were "collateral damages" to her own actions. 'This case is about ego - the ego of a politician consumed with her image from Day One, ' Demchick-Alloy said. The atmosphere, he said, "was one of abject demoralization which set out like a poison cloud over the office". On Monday, a Montgomery County judge sentenced the ex-attorney general to eight years of probation after saying she broke the law as a effect of her ego and need for revenge, as reported by ...
  • Just cancel the USA presidential election and make me the victor

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    Each presidential candidate spent about $50 million between October 1 and October 19, reports filed Thursday night with the Federal Election Commission show. Donald Trump is finally edging Hillary Clinton on TV ad spending, according to Kantar Media/CMAG, a prominent ad tracking company. "That's just not what I see out there", he said.
  • Spain breaks deadlock, re-elects Rajoy prime minister

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    Rabobank strategists believe that if legislation proves hard to get through, Rajoy may call new elections to strengthen his hand, though he would need polls to shift more in his favour before doing so. "Do not expect me to. damage economic recovery and job creation", the 61-year-old told lawmakers during a pre-vote session, referring to Spain's return to growth in his tenure following an economic downturn, AFP reported.
  • Oklahoma Highway Patrol to release video of deadly shootout

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    Michael Vance's savage week of killings, police shootings and Facebook boasts ended Sunday when the fugitive was killed in a shootout. That's when gunfire erupted. Both were stabbed, and Robert Wilkson was also shot. He was believed to be carrying an AK-47. Vance continued eluding authorities. As Oklahoma Highway Patrol tried to contain him, they revealed he had HIV and "may try to spread disease".
  • Philippines' Duterte wants U.S. troops out in two years

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    He declared "separation" from the United States during his visit to China last week, but later said he was not cutting ties with the U.S. but simply pursuing an independent foreign policy . Although he quickly clarified his comments, saying that "separation" did not mean he would "sever" ties, he reiterated his calls on Wednesday for an end to all joint war games with the US.