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Hackers apparently fooled Clinton official with bogus email


According to emails purportedly stolen from Hillary Clinton's campaign chairman , John Podesta, and published by WikiLeaks , Chelsea Clinton raised concerns in 2011 that Band was using his connection to the former president and the Clinton Foundation to drum up business for himself and his company. Read More »

'Uncontained engine failure' led to the aborted takeoff at O'Hare

Flight 383, headed for Miami, carried 161 passengers and nine crew members. Ward said it's too early to tell what caused the initial engine failure. American on Saturday declined to provide details about the aircraft, engine or maintenance, referring questions to the NTSB. Chicago firefighters investigate a fire damaged American Airlines jet, Friday, Oct. Read More »

A History of the Donald Trump-Megyn Kelly Feud


The "Kelly File" host has expanded her brand in the past year, thanks to clashes with Donald Trump , numerous magazine covers, and a Fox network special "Megyn Kelly Presents". So maybe, just maybe, if all of that baggage is on your shoulders, maybe you shouldn't be the surrogate out there wagging your finger and accusing the woman who was reporting on sexual assault. Read More »

Donald Trump Jr. Helps 'Surprised' Woman Push Stalled Car


Bowyer's post included a video of several people pushing the vehicle and a photo of Trump Jr. posing with the unidentified woman. Donald Trump Jr. Bowyer added that the group left the woman with every bottle of water they had so she wouldn't get dehydrated in the afternoon heat, which reached 100 degrees in Phoenix Thursday, while waiting for help to arrive. Read More »

Man stops by In-N-Out drive-thru during Arizona police chase


Oh, and not only did he stop at In-N-Out, he also left without grabbing any food. Police have not released any information about the suspect's identity, why they were chasing him, or any charges he now faces. Police said he drove a short distance and then bailed on the truck. Police, hungry for justice, say they began tracking Adkins with a helicopter after he failed to comply with authorities. Read More »

Affleck tells 'kid brother' New Hampshire in video to vote


Ben describes New Hampshire as his "kid brother", while talking in a distinctly Boston accent about how much he loves the state. "Seeing how this election is a bigger disaster than the New York Knicks", he paused to laugh, then continued, "The people from New Hampshire are going to have to register to vote". Read More »

In 'stunning victory' for defense, jury acquits Oregon's Malheur occupiers

The charges against the men had nothing to do with the underlying questions of the federal government locking off huge tracts of land from private use, instead focusing on the obstruction aspect of the protest. The U.S. government, which controls much of the land in the West, says it tries to balance industry, recreation and wildlife concerns to benefit all. Read More »

Donald Trump throws counter punch after Joe Biden comments

That includes when a sitting vice president says at a rally that he's ready for fisticuffs with Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump. Biden is 73. Those will carry over to the next administration, as will a concern within Clinton's circle and throughout the current White House that Donald Trump's campaign has created lasting damage to America's relationships around the world. Read More »

Rapper Kevin Gates gets 180 days in jail for kicking fan


The jury was made up of six white women, who chose to convict Gates after two hours of deliberation, which included re-watching the video of Gates kicking Dixon, but being denied by the judge testimony records regarding whether Gates testified that he did kick Dixon. Read More »

Orange profit up as worldwide sales grow

For the third quarter, restated earnings before interest, tax, depreciation and amortization or EBITDA was 3.597 billion euros, 1 percent higher than last year's 3.561 billion euros. In Africa and the Middle East, meanwhile, revenues grew by 2.5%, to about €1.4 billion ($1.5 billion). The operator finished the third quarter with almost 3.9 million broadband customers - 5.3% more than in September 2015 - and 458,000 TV ones, which was 2.1 times more than at the same time a year ago. Read More »

Saturday: Get Rid Of Unwanted Prescription Drugs

State officials are urging New Yorkers to take advantage of today's Prescription Drug Take-Back Day to safely dispose of old and unused medications. Coordinator for the Missoula Prescription Drug Task Force, Brandee Tyree, said the event is the flawless opportunity to get all those old prescription drugs out of the house. Read More »

Police Scotland issue warning over 'killer clown' craze


The recent clown craze is especially worrying at a time when less and less children have clowns at their parties due to the abundance of other types of entertainers or characters they could have, he said . Most of the calls to Dyfed-Powys were to report sightings of clowns, some reported feeling scared and police said there are "isolated incidents" that are being investigated further. Read More »

Mass shooting in U.S. kills 3, injures 12

With dozens of people at the house celebrating a birthday, gunfire then erupted between two groups, one associated with the man who had been killed and the other backing the two men who confronted him, Whittingham said . About 50 people were at the makeshift restaurant prior to the gunfire, officials said. "It was a bloody scene with shell casings everywhere", Xinhua news agency quoted Frank Preciado of Los Angeles Police Department as saying. Read More »

Lewis not concerned about possible suspension for Vontaze Burfict hit


Video: From coaches film (courtesy NFL), watch Vontaze Burfict (55) deliberately step on Blount's leg after TD. It's unclear whether the National Football League will also take this incident into account when reviewing Burfict's play from Sunday, but given his history (which we know is taken into account in situations like this), Burfict may be looking at a suspension. Read More »

Trump calls for government ethics reforms


In announcing the proposal at a rally in Colorado, Trump also called for five other "major" changes. Expand the definition of lobbyists and close loopholes that allow former government officials to label themselves as consultants and advisers. Read More »

Raiders offense unable to overcome defensive woes


Marcus Peters was unavailable to talk to the media this week because of a death in his family, but his Chiefs teammates spoke for the Oakland native's excitement for Sunday's game against the Raiders. Defensively, the Raiders showed some signs of life, as they still allowed 423 yards of total offense to the Chargers, but were able to pick off San Diego QB Philip Rivers twice and sack him once courtesy of Stacy McGee. Read More »

London police make arrest after creepy clown incident

A series of recent incidents in Newcastle involved people dressed as clowns jumping out and scaring schoolchildren, part of the killer crown craze that first started in the US. A "killer clown" craze is sweeping Britain, with police warning people against dressing as clowns in order to intimidate or harm people. Inspector Simon Starns, of Sussex Police, said: "We will respond if someone feels threatened and the culprit could end up being arrested and then they won't find it so amusing". Read More »

Some Republicans Abandon Trump, But Some Still Stick by Him


Trump contradicted Pence on Syria policy in the debate, signaling a divide on foreign policy issues on the GOP ticket. He was quick to address Friday's video release of Trump using derogatory words to describe women. "And I believe him and I think the contrast between that and what the Clintons were involved in 20 years ago - the four women that were present last night - was pretty dramatic", Pence said. Read More »

Watch Donald Trump's apology for comments made in 2005 video


Although Pence's performance was generally considered stronger than Kaine's, unidentified campaign sources told CNBC and CNN that the GOP presidential nominee was upset that Pence's performance was considered better than his own and that Pence deflected sticky questions instead of defending Trump . Read More »

Judge dismisses Sandy Hook families' lawsuit against gunmaker


On December 14, 2012, Lanza fatally shot his mother and then drove to an elementary school in Newtown, Connecticut, where he used the rifle to shoot to death 20 children and six adults. The law, signed into effect by President George W Bush in 2005, was meant to stop victims of mass shootings suing manufacturers, distributors and sellers, Bellis said in her 54-page ruling. Read More »

Boston police officers wounded in shooting remain critical


Walsh said there seems to be more to the situation than turning the heat up or down, noting police said Figueroa was well armed and wearing a bullet-proof vest. Diego Morello said his roommate disturbingly toyed with the idea of getting killed by police. . According to his company bio, Figueroa also worked as a corrections officer for the West Virginia Department of Military Affairs and Public Safety. Read More »

Dead, Many More Wounded in 'Chaotic' Shooting During West Adams Party

Three people were killed and at least a dozen more injured when a shooting broke out after an argument at a pop-up restaurant in Los Angeles , police said Saturday. The mayor says "we can not tolerate these tragedies multiplying in communities across America". The shooting occurred in a residential area of modest homes. Read More »

FEMA personnel to review Matthew damage in NE Florida

Such cases are referred to a lawyer referral service. Federal emergency crews worked Tuesday to rescue animals left behind in Lumberton during flooding from Hurricane Matthew. Recovery efforts are underway in Florida, Georgia, and SC, and the response to record flooding continues in North Carolina, including thousands of water rescues supported by FEMA, Coast Guard, Army Corps of Engineers, and National Park Service responders. Read More »

Storm watch: Tonight blustery, Saturday night the 'Big Kahuna'


The Weather Service says it is the remains of tropical typhoon Songda, which is the third of three major weather systems that will impact the northwest. Thursday will also be very wet with 1-to-2 inches of rain for the Puget Sound lowlands, 2-to-4 inches for the Cascades and Olympics and five inches or more for the south facing slopes of the Olympics. Read More »

Bomb suspect accused of trying to kill cops to be arraigned

The bombings occurred on the eve of the UN General Assembly meeting here, caused an increase in the already massive police presence in the city and triggered even greater cooperation between the NY and New Jersey in pursuit of the suspect. Five additional pipe bombs were found in Rahami's hometown of Elizabeth and a second device was found in Chelsea and subsequently defused. A man accused of setting off bombs in New Jersey and NY has made his first court appearance on charges he tried to ... Read More »

Giving up on Trump? Ryan focusing on saving GOP majority,

A defiant Trump went on the offensive in a vicious presidential debate on Sunday, saying former Secretary of State Clinton would go to jail if he were president and attacking her husband, Bill Clinton, for his treatment of women. Ryan says he will no longer campaign with or for the controversial real estate mogul for the remainder of the race, a source told AFP. Reportedly, the original plan called for them to confront Bill Clinton at the debate - which was prevented by organizers. Read More »

LA sheriff's sergeant killed answering burglary call


Trenton Trevon Lovell , 27, faces one count of murder with special circumstance allegations of murder for the goal of avoiding or preventing a lawful arrest and murder of a police officer. Moriguchi spoke of his admiration for Owen, with whom he had worked when Moriguchi was also assigned to the Lancaster station. While at the call, Owen was struck by gunfire and later succumbed to his injuries at a hospital surrounded by family, Tyler said. Read More »

Teen shot by LAPD was suicidal, called police


The move underscored the challenge law enforcement agencies confront in trying to keep video of police shootings confidential during a time of heightened public scrutiny of how officers use force, particularly against African-Americans. Some residents questioned the police account, including whether Snell had a gun. Snell was shot after officers tried to pull over a auto he was in because it had paper license plates that didn't match the year of the vehicle. Read More »

Events set for cancer awareness month

In honor and recognition of the upcoming Breast Cancer Awareness Month of October the San Rafael Police Department and San Rafael Parking Services will be participating in the Pink Patch Project San Rafael. Garrett said she didn't require any chemotherapy but had a mastectomy on her right breast and reconstructive surgery. Upon arrival, the women received pink Dolphins Breast Cancer Awareness shirts and were invited to take pictures in a DCC themed photo booth. Read More »

Police taking clown sightings seriously

But when the rumors about clown sightings started spreading around Penn State on Monday night, students apparently decided they weren't about to let a creepy clown terrorize the campus. "But you can check with my colleagues at the Federal Bureau of Investigation and DHS and see what they have to say about it, OK?" Serial killer John Wayne Gacy, who killed 33 young men in IL in the 1970s, used to perform as a clown at children's birthday parties and fundraisers. Read More »

Amber Alert Subject Found in Wabash Valley


Yolanda Walker, a 20-year-old woman and her two-month-old son were believed to have been abducted by the boy's non-custodial father Ralph Beineau, according to the Hammond Police Department. Richard Hoyda. Yolanda was last seen wearing a white t-shirt and Grinch pajama trousers. "The Sheridan Police Department will continue this investigation". Read More »

2 homes leveled in Paterson, NJ explosion


Two homes on Goshen Street in Paterson, N.J.were destroyed after the Tuesday morning blast. . Authorities said some firefighters were being evaluated for possible minor issues. 11 people lives in the two multi-family homes that were leveled. Councilman Andre Sayegh said firefighters arrived at the scene shortly before the explosion after residents called authorities about a gas smell. Read More »