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S. and S. Henderson St. around 4:30 p.m. when they heard gunshots. The officers, biking to the scene, saw a gray Buick sedan speeding from the scene, accounts indicate. They turned the child over to his grandmother, police said. Officers also interviewed and released two female passengers, ages 22 and 17. Officers booked the driver into the Youth Service Center.
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    Ron Johnson's re-election bid in Wisconsin , while Democratic former Sen. Tim Kaine, D-Va., right, fires up the crowd in the closing moments of a campaign visit at the Warch Campus Center Tuesday, Nov. Ron Johnson. Republican Donald Trump made an appearance in Eau Claire, about three hours northwest of Madison, on Tuesday as well. Millions of dollars of ads sponsored by outside groups have poured into the race in recent days, most of it supporting Johnson.
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    According to ABC affiliate KGO-TV, protesters chanted "not our president" and carried signs that read "Pussy grabs back", " Donald Trump is a rapist" and "Secede #CalExit". "Everything that has been built up has been destroyed". She said her parents were USA citizens. "There are multiple things that add up", she said of the President-elect.
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    Police described it as a serious incident. "I can confirm that five people have died and we think that number may well increase". A spokeswoman for London Fire Brigade said: "A two-car tram overturned". Wednesday's derailment is the first tram accident with onboard fatalities since the 1950s. A London Ambulance Service spokesman said: "We are attending an incident in the Croydon area and have multiple resources on way".
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    Bernie Sanders. The so-called democratic socialist drew strong support among liberals amid an electorate calling for change but then backed Clinton's general election bid. Perhaps American millennials were simply gripped by same apathy that affected United Kingdom millennials during the Brexit vote when only 36 percent of young people turned out despite polls showing 73 percent of them supported Remain.
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    The highly anticipated showdown was on. "When I did that, he gave me another jump", Smith said after the victory. We got outrun on the fair. It was California Chrome's seventh run of the year and Sherman confirmed his charge would be given a break before he took on his final race at the $12 million Pegasus World Cup at Gulfstream Park in January.
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    Brian Butler didn't immediately comment and it couldn't be immediately determined if he has a lawyer. Police Chief Mary Butler is taking voluntary leave. He told investigators he felt compelled to go along because he was in fear and in police custody. Brian Butler is being prosecuted by Essex District Attorney Jonathan Blodgett's office and his spokeswoman, Carrie Kimball Monahan, said on Tuesday the victim was an adult but declined to provide any more information pending his appearance in ...
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    They're also parked outside the Hilton Hotel on 6th Avenue, which is where Trump is expected to host his election after party. Trump's rival, Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton, will watch the results with her family just a block away from Trump Tower at the Peninsula hotel before heading to the Javits Center for her election night party.
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    Putin also said he was sure a constructive dialogue between Moscow and Washington would serve the interests of both countries, the Kremlin said. Among the names said to be in consideration for top national security jobs in a Trump administration are former House of Representatives Speaker Newt Gingrich and one-time United Nations ambassador John Bolton for secretary of state, and General Michael Flynn, a former head of the Defence Intelligence Agency, for national security adviser.A ...