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The 40-something owner of a public works company has proudly raised a huge blue Trump banner above dozens of his backhoes. "It's important for us to revisit history that has been forgotten by most people", Wayne Urso, the Millsfield election official who is spearheading the midnight vote told Medill News Service.
  • Richard Sherman, Walt Anderson, NFL Referees and Why NFL Ratings Are Down

    Richard Sherman, Walt Anderson, NFL Referees and Why NFL Ratings Are Down

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    On the next attempt, Carpenter missed a 54-yard attempt as time expired. "And then because we had to go out and attend to him, and it wasn't called roughing the kicker, then we had to spike the ball so we can come back in and kick". "When you go for a block, that's what you do". Watch the video below and decide, there are several different replays of the hit to Carpenter's knees and the angle Sherman took to hit the kicker.
  • Utah polls open with presidential race in play

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    The voters following him around Utah in this final campaign stretch have a simple desire to find one candidate in the 2016 election who they can feel good about. The governor won't say who he's voting for and instead says he's focusing on his own race. Earlier this year, Utah Gov. Gary Herbert's campaign swag also included sheriff's badges that read "fighting the feds".
  • Rurik Jutting trial: British banker guilty of sadistic murders

    Rurik Jutting trial: British banker guilty of sadistic murders

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    Jutting, a Cambridge University graduate who worked for Bank of America-Merrill Lynch, was convicted of killing 23-year-old Sumarti Ningsih and then killing 26-year-old Seneng Mujiasih days later. "The evil I have (done) can not be remedied by me in words or actions". Nevertheless. I am so sorry. Ningsih's brother, Suyit Khaliman, said the family welcomed the verdict and was grateful that Jutting was given the maximum penalty under Hong Kong law.
  • New Metro Video Game Out In 2017

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    A new video game seems to fit perfectly into those plans. Metro 2033 and Last Light were story-driven first-person shooters from Ukrainian developer 4A Games, which have since been re-released in remastered "Redux" versions, with enhancements to the graphics and gameplay.
  • Live Election Day map shows voting issues across the US

    Live Election Day map shows voting issues across the US

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    Trump sued the registrar of voters in Clark County, Nevada, with a claim that a polling place in Las Vegas had improperly been allowed to remain open last week to accommodate people who were lined up to vote. There have been reports of broken voting machines, which in some polling places have seen authorities switch to paper voting. Ballots will continue to be transported from around the county to Riverside for counting.
  • Woman in NYC subway push: I'm not guilty and didn't admit it

    Woman in NYC subway push: I'm not guilty and didn't admit it

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    A former home health aide charged with shoving a woman in front of an oncoming subway train under New York's Times Square insists she's not guilty of murder. Police were looking at video surveillance to determine what led to the attack, Manhattan Chief of Detectives William Aubry said. Mari said Liverpool worked as a home aide up until three weeks ago, has no prior convictions and has lived at the same address for three years.
  • Long lines, raised voices, one Trump lawsuit on USA election day

    Long lines, raised voices, one Trump lawsuit on USA election day

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    TELL US Sources said as many as 15 different sites within the 43rd Precinct, which is in the Parkchester neighborhood, had key problems Tuesday morning, angering many voters who were there waiting for polling places to open. If you're reading this as you wait in a long line to vote, hang in there. An estimated 200 million people are eligible to cast their votes to elect the country's 45th president along with hundreds of Congressmen and members of state legislatures and local civic bodies.
  • Samsung offices raided in SK as part of presidential probe

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    The president conceded during a meeting with National Assembly Speaker Chung Sye-kyun that it is her "great responsibility to normalize state affairs". Tens of thousands of people rallied in Seoul over the weekend, demanding Park's removal from office. President Park Geun-hye will not attend an Asia-Pacific leaders' summit next week, the foreign ministry said Tuesday, as she is grappling with an influence-peddling scandal involving her longtime confidante.
  • World War II Memorial defaced in apparent pipeline protest

    World War II Memorial defaced in apparent pipeline protest

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    The protests have largely been led by local Native American groups that allege the pipeline, if completed, will run through sacred lands and contaminate water supplies in the area. "Park Service spokesman Mike Litterst says that some time before 10 a.m. Monday, someone spray-painted the phrase "#NoDAPL" on the North Dakota section of the memorial.
  • Strong run game helps Oakland Raiders defeat Denver Broncos

    Strong run game helps Oakland Raiders defeat Denver Broncos

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    Newton's offense managed just 244 yards against the Rams' vaunted defense, but the Panthers almost shut out Los Angeles in a defense-dominated game. "They ran the ball on us first". It was an area they have struggled this season. But with C.J. Like all teams, the Broncos use their best plays, the ones they've refined all week at practice, to start the game.