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WATCH: 'Getting out the vote' may swing some states for Clinton. And together, Clinton and Sanders delivered a tag-team assault on Donald Trump before a crowd of more than 5,000 here, alternately mocking the Republican for his inflated ego and warning of the danger he could pose in the Oval Office.
  • 9th child hospitalized with mysterious, polio-like illness

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    Experts at the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention as well as the Washington State Health Department are still evaluating if these children's symptoms point to AFM as an "exact cause" and other conditions are being investigated as well, according to the Washington State Health Department.
  • Clinton paints grim picture of life under a Trump presidency

    Clinton paints grim picture of life under a Trump presidency

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    Trump said that the laptops of Clinton's top aides were not in fact destroyed. "We're down! We're down!" "The Trump campaign is on the offensive and we're expanding our map", Trump aide David Bossie said, suggesting the campaign now sees opportunities to compete in traditional Democratic states such as New Mexico and MI.
  • Police to meet with Dreamworld on reopen

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    Last month's testing included a mechanical and structural inspection by external engineering firm DRA Safety Specialists. If you would like to discuss another topic, look for a relevant article. Two of those who died were identified in local media as Canberra-based brother and sister Kate Goodchild, 32 , and Luke Dorsett, 35 , with their mother, who was holidaying with them, distraught.
  • Obama: Controversial Dakota Access Pipeline May Be Rerouted

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    Last week, police arrested more than 100 people as officers evicted demonstrators from land owned by the pipeline company. Even though the matter has been settled repeatedly in front of a judge, the President threw a wrench in the works this week when he told an interviewer that he " thinks " the Army Corps of Engineers (ACE) is now looking at rerouting the project yet again .
  • Don't give up: Baghdadi to IS fighters as Mosul battle rages

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    The voice, which CNN can not independently verify as being that of Baghdadi, says that "God's enemies from the Jews, Christians, atheists, Shiites, apostates and all of the world's infidels have dedicated their media, money, army and munitions to fight Muslims and jihadists in the State of Nineveh after they witnessed it become one of the bases of Islam and one of its minarets under the Caliphate ".
  • Trump avanti di un punto su Clinton

    Trump avanti di un punto su Clinton

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    Trump si era già vantato in passato di aver utilizzato per anni stratagemmi ammessi legalmente per evitare di pagare le tasse , sfruttando leggi favorevoli ai milionari, ma i suoi avvocati gli consigliarono in questo caso di non utlizzarli per non incorrere nelle attenzioni dell'Irs, l'agenzia americana che si occupa della riscossione dei tributi.
  • Obama Breaks Silence on Comey and Clinton

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    Mrs Clinton and her supporters were furious that Mr Comey made his announcement without providing any new evidence of wrongdoing, but her campaign insists the scandal has not torpedoed her candidacy. On Monday, Mr Trump was hit by fresh allegations in a detailed report by The New York Times that he not only dodged paying income tax, but did so in a legally dubious way that has since been outlawed.
  • Trump overtakes Clinton by 1% in new poll

    Trump overtakes Clinton by 1% in new poll

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    Four percent said they were "not sure" whom they would support on Election Day. "Imagine his advisers afraid to tell him what he doesn't want to hear, racing against his legendarily short attention span to lay out life-and-death choices too complex to be reduced to a single tweet", Clinton said Monday in Ohio.
  • Children in limbo as France clears 'Jungle' migrant camp in Calais

    Children in limbo as France clears 'Jungle' migrant camp in Calais

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    Buses have begun taking the 9,000 migrants away from the controversial camp, which will be shut down for good when the last refugee leaves this week. French President Francois Holland promised the camp would be "completely and definitively" demolished before the winter. It also said that moving out of squalor in Calais will allow former residents to "serenely envisage a request for asylum in France ".