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New Hampshire voters can also register to vote in person on Election Day . Affleck asks in the new parody video. Affleck says the country will fall under a curse if people don't go out to vote and, as a hardcore Boston sports fan, he doesn't take curses lightly.
  • Trump Proposes Term Limits For Congress

    Trump Proposes Term Limits For Congress

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    Trump said the proposals, some of which would have to be approved by Congress and others by the American public, would restore faith in what he repeatedly called a rigged system that rewards the wealthy and well-connected at the expense of the common man.
  • George Zimmerman Shooter Matthew Apperson Is Sentenced To 20 Years In Prison

    George Zimmerman Shooter Matthew Apperson Is Sentenced To 20 Years In Prison

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    Apperson will receive credit for serving 444 days in prison already. Apperson had been free on bail awaiting his sentencing, but a judge locked him up after he urinated in a neighbor's yard. "We've got somebody who was acquitted of murder, of taking a child's life, and he continues to go around do things that are wrong", she told The News about Zimmerman.
  • Is Mike Pence Dropping Out? The Speculation Can't Be Stifled

    Is Mike Pence Dropping Out? The Speculation Can't Be Stifled

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    He showed strength". Pence released a statement nearly a full day after the tapes of Trump's comments bragging about sexual assault were released, saying: "As a husband and father , I was offended by the words and actions described by Donald Trump in the eleven-year-old video released yesterday".
  • Judge dismisses Newtown families' lawsuit against gun maker

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    The families were seeking to hold Remington accountable for selling what their lawyers called a semi-automatic rifle that is too unsafe for the public because it was designed as a military killing machine. Joshua Koskoff, a lawyer representing the victims' families, said they will appeal the ruling, the Hartford Courant reported . But her campaign said at the time that the 2005 Protection of Lawful Commerce in Arms Act ensured that the families' chance of success in the case was "slim".
  • Officer Injured In East Boston Shootout Undergoes Further Surgery

    Officer Injured In East Boston Shootout Undergoes Further Surgery

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    Fellow officers pulled Cintolo and Morris to safety during the shootout and one officer, who had just received tourniquet training last Thursday, applied a tourniquet to Morris' wound, Police Commissioner William Evans said. "The way he put it, he was trying to revolutionize the policing world", Diego said. The 9-1-1 call was made after Figueroa allegedly threatened his roommate with a large knife.
  • Gunfire at Los Angeles restaurant leaves 3 dead

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    The Los Angeles Police Department Southwest Division responded to a shooting at around 12:30 a.m.in the 2900 block of Harcourt Avenue, said Sgt. Thomas Bojorquez. A party was under way when "somebody came in there and started shooting a bunch of people", the spokesman said. "When we got there, there were three people dead and people running everywhere", Preciado says, describing a "bloody scene with shell casings everywhere".
  • Trump denounces 'lies and smears' as more women come forward

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    After receiving a tour of Trump's golf course from the general manager, she says the latter called her and offered her a job for half the salary she was looking for. The Obamas both seized on Trump's words, captured in a video released last week, bragging about kissing and groping women without their permission.
  • Series of storms to bring wind, rain to region

    Series of storms to bring wind, rain to region

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    By Friday morning, 1 to 2 inches could fall in the lowlands. Excessive stormy weather is expected to hit the region hardest on Thursday evening as well as Saturday and is predicted to continue through Sunday . "All the rivers in the area are not forecast to do a great deal", he said. Haner says the storms are not unprecedented this time of year but the high frequency is somewhat unusual.
  • Bomb suspect enters plea in police shootings

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    The man accused of last month's bombings in NY and New Jersey that injured dozens of people made his first court appearance on Thursday from a hospital bed, pleading not guilty to attempting to murder police officers. Rahimi was being sought by police after investigators lifted a fingerprint from a pressure cooker bomb that he left in the Chelsea neighborhood in Manhattan that failed to detonate.
  • Authorities search Legoland Florida after bomb scare

    Authorities search Legoland Florida after bomb scare

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    Winter Haven police said in a news release that they are investigating. There were no injuries reported. "A bomb threat was discovered on our property", the statement posted at about 1 p.m. We are working closely with Winter Haven PD to assess the validity of the threat. Located between Tampa and Orlando in central Florida, the Legoland resort includes a 150-acre theme park with rides, restaurants, a water park and hotel.
  • Trump escalates fight with GOP leaders as party unity frays

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    It is not clear immediately what he meant. The Clinton campaign is certainly trying to tie Ryan to Trump over the endorsement, as the Republican nominee's standing in the polls slips and Democrats attempt to retake the House. Meanwhile, during an emergency conference call on Monday, Republican National Committee Chairman Reince Priebus vowed that the party continues to stand with Trump.
  • Tulsa police victim was high on PCP when he died

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    According to an investigative affidavit of the shooting, Shelby saw Crutcher and his vehicle while responding to a different call. But the clip offers no clear view of the moment Officer Shelby shot him in the chest. The autopsy shows Crutcher did in fact have PCP in his system. Phencyclidine is also called PCP. Tenocyclidine, a hallucinogenic drug, was also detected in his system.
  • 'Repugnant' foreign workers plan exposes Tory rift

    'Repugnant' foreign workers plan exposes Tory rift

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    The spokesman said: "The Government wants as many British workers employed as possible". An announcement by Home Secretary Amber Rudd at the Tory party conference alleged that a consultation process would be launched to initiate projects aimed at boosting the employment of United Kingdom citizens and reducing immigration in the wake of the vote to leave the European Union.
  • Caribbean Nations Feel Hurricane Matthew's Lash

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    Matthew was also expected to bring 15-25 inches of rain, and up to 40 inches (100 centimeters) in isolated places, along with up to 10 feet (3 meters) of storm surge and battering waves, said Dennis Feltgen, a meteorologist and spokesman for the U.S.
  • LA sheriff's sergeant killed answering burglary call

    LA sheriff's sergeant killed answering burglary call

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    Steve Owen making the ultimate sacrifice has a massive impact on the whole law enforcement family". A suspect is in custody after a Los Angeles County sheriff's sergeant was fatally shot Wednesday while responding to a burglary call, authorities said.
  • 5% of Breast Cancer Cases Occur in Men - Professor of Medicine

    5% of Breast Cancer Cases Occur in Men - Professor of Medicine

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    It may not seem like much but over the past 18 years, through the generosity of the American public more than 81 million dollars have been raised to fight breast cancer. The breast cancer disparity has emerged in the past two decades, said Marc Hurlbert of the Breast Cancer Research Foundation, and a co-author of the study.
  • Police investigate after clown sighting reported at UNH

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    Clown-like characters have been around for thousands of years. Police in both Keene and Berlin said they, too, also investigated reports of clown sightings. The mother told her son to stay away from them because of recent news reports on the "scary clown epidemic", then hung up the phone and called University of OR police.
  • Mother and child possibly abducted, believed to be in extreme danger

    Mother and child possibly abducted, believed to be in extreme danger

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    The mother and child are believed to be in extreme danger. Police believe they were taken by the boy's non-custodial father, Ralph Bevineau. Yolanda and Raphael were last seen at 7 p.m. The license plate number is not known at this time. The Amber Alert was cancelled by 8:45 p.m. when Lloyd was safely in police custody, according to ISP Sgt.
  • New Jersey homes destroyed in blast; no residents injured

    New Jersey homes destroyed in blast; no residents injured

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    The explosion at 16 Goshen Ave., which is near Main Street, was powerful enough to shatter windows blocks away, including those at the South Paterson Halal Meat Market. It's not yet clear if anyone was injured in the Tuesday morning blast in Paterson. The station added that the first responders believed the leak was emanating from the basement.
  • Vermont Man Denies Killing Grandfather, Now Mother Is Missing and Presumed Dead

    Vermont Man Denies Killing Grandfather, Now Mother Is Missing and Presumed Dead

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    He returned to Boston Tuesday and was interviewed by the Coast Guard, accompanied by his lawyer, before being driven away by his father, Clark. Carman told the Coast Guard the boat sank at Block Canyon. "I would just like to thank the public for their prayers and for their concern for both my mother and for myself". He has not been charged with anything and authorities would not discuss the investigation into the boating trip - but Mr Carman said suspicions about his account of the ...
  • All 8 Harry Potter films returning to theaters

    All 8 Harry Potter films returning to theaters

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    Starting October 13th, all of the Harry Potter films will be available in domestic IMAX locations for one week. This is an especially big deal because the first two films have never been shown in IMAX before, so you'll definitely want to learn how to get tickets to this Harry Potter movie event.
  • Supreme Court begins new term, still shorthanded

    Supreme Court begins new term, still shorthanded

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    In a long list of orders for the high court's new term, it put United States v. Texas under the group "rehearings denied " and it provided no explanation for the decision. That ruling left in place lower court decisions blocking the plan, which Obama announced in 2014 but never went into effect. The fate of the program now awaits the election.
  • El Cajon Police Set to Release Video of Alfred Olango's Shooting

    El Cajon Police Set to Release Video of Alfred Olango's Shooting

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    It is the latest in a string of shootings of mostly unarmed black men by police officers that have led to sometimes violent protests. Alfred Olango's family gathered with lawyers and religious leaders and urged people to continue demonstrating but implored them to do it peacefully to honor his memory.
  • Husband's intestines found in woman's checked bag

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    This after a Marrakesh doctor suggested the 40-year-old might have been surreptitiously poisoned, perhaps by members of her husband's own family who were against the marriage. The intestines are going through pathological analysis, though Morocco determined her husband died due to intestinal obstruction, the Associated Press reports .
  • Schumer: Cellphone emergency alerts should include photos

    Schumer: Cellphone emergency alerts should include photos

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    They are now limited to only 90 characters and can not transmit multimedia files, like photos or video. "NYC Emergency Management originally submitted a letter to the FCC in June advocating for upgrades to the Wireless Emergency Alert system ", added Office of Emergency Management spokeswoman Nancy Silvestri in a statement.
  • Royal couple visiting Great Bear Rainforest in Bella Bella today

    Royal couple visiting Great Bear Rainforest in Bella Bella today

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    Apart from enjoying the virgin beauty of the land, William and Kate will take part in cultural ceremonies at the Wawiskas Community Hall in Bella Bella. Shortly after their arrival in Victoria on Saturday, the family was welcomed by Prime Minister Justin Trudeau. It's a more casual outfit than the blue Jenny Packham dress and matching hat that Kate wore when she and her family arrived in Canada yesterday.
  • Strong Winds From Big Typhoon Hit Taiwan, At Least 4 Dead

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    Over 11,000 people have been evacuated from their homes and almost 3,000 are in shelters, according to Taiwan's emergency operation center. The mountainous terrain of Taiwan caused Megi to weaken before entering the South China Sea, but the tropical cyclone will likely still be a strong tropical storm or a typhoon at landfall in China.
  • Tim Kaine Makes Emotional Visit to Orlando Massacre Site

    Tim Kaine Makes Emotional Visit to Orlando Massacre Site

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    He began in Miami and Lakeland, and will appear at a debate watch party Monday evening thrown by the LGBT-rights Human Rights Campaign Monday night, and at a small get-out-the-vote rally at a Hillary For Florida office Tuesday morning. Kaine's visit to the Iglesia El Calvario church in Orlando was his third of five Florida stops, and firsts of three in Orlando, this week. The last debate will be moderated by FOX News Sunday anchor Chris Wallace.
  • Murder, violent crime increased in 2015, FBI crime stats show

    Murder, violent crime increased in 2015, FBI crime stats show

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    The FBI reported an increase in violent crime in 2015 over the year before, but a drop from levels in 2011 and 2006. The FBI figures show the largest single-year percentage leap in murders since 1971, and are likely to feature in tonight's first USA presidential debate between Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton.
  • 1 hurt, 1 detained in shooting near Las Vegas intersection

    1 hurt, 1 detained in shooting near Las Vegas intersection

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    They say one person was found wounded and has been transported to the hospital. Customers in businesses all around the Starbucks were evacuated, forcing dozens to hide in back rooms for more than an hour as the area became a crime scene. Authorities say shooting happened around 7 a.m. Sunday in front of a strip mall in the area of Spring Mountain and Wynn roads. Detectives were unable to immediately identify a suspect or suspects in the murder and the motive was not known.
  • How AP rates the presidential race and the Road to 270

    How AP rates the presidential race and the Road to 270

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    Instead, the Democrat and her Republican rival tied at 41 percent support among registered voters, with Libertarian Party nominee Gary Johnson at seven percent and Green Party nominee Jill Stein at two percent. Trump brought up Flowers after Mark Cuban - the billionaire owner of the NBA's Dallas Mavericks and a Trump critic - tweeted that he'd been invited by Clinton's campaign to sit in the front row at the debate.
  • Trump's Gennifer Flowers invite 'mocked' rival camp

    Trump's Gennifer Flowers invite 'mocked' rival camp

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    Flowers, who is supporting Trump, previously told the New York Times that she would be at the debate, though it was unclear whether she had received a formal invitation or was simply responding to Trump's tweet. "All that we're asking is that, if Donald Trump lies, that it's pointed out", Mook said on ABC's This Week. "But we have not invited her formally and we don't expect her to be there as a guest of the Trump campaign".
  • Tulsa victim Terence Crutcher's shooting officially ruled a homicide

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    My initial reaction was disappointment, but admittedly it didn't faze me much at first. "I think, tonight, he might weep for all of us, and I know he weeps for the Crutchers", he said . Police said they found a small vial of PCP inside the vehicle, Tulsa World reported . A recent poll may support his claim, an E-Poll Marketing Research found Kaepernick as the most disliked National Football League player with 29 percent of those surveyed reporting that they 'dislike him a lot, ' and that ...
  • Vikings-Panthers game could be moved amid Charlotte protests

    Vikings-Panthers game could be moved amid Charlotte protests

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    We are continuing to monitor events as we prepare for Sunday's home game", Charlotte Panthers President Danny Morrison said in a statement Thursday. 21, 2016. A report stated earlier today that the league and the Panthers were considering moving the game due to the violent protests that have developed throughout the city the past few nights, but it doesn't appear that's the case as of now.
  • Donald Trump on Stop-and-Frisk: I Just Meant Chicago

    Donald Trump on Stop-and-Frisk: I Just Meant Chicago

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    As New York police abruptly moved away from the practice of stop-and-frisk toward the end of Kelly's tenure in 2013, the rate of homicide continued to decline as it had previously. "No one in the senior command at CPD has ever met with Donald Trump or a member of his campaign", a CPD spokesperson said in a statement. But according to a study by the Urban Institute , the application of stop-and-frisk in New York City was concentrated on communities of color and not particularly effective.
  • 'Intentional' blast injures 29 in Manhattan, second device found

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    New York City Fire Department Commissioner Daniel Nigro said several people were taken to hospitals with injuries. The second device was reportedly removed by a robot and taken to the Bronx for detonation. "We have no credible and specific threat at this moment". " New York is certainly right there, as well". Later that night, authorities found what appeared to be a homemade bomb at a second location nearby, and since then, more than 1,000 state police officers and National Guard troops ...
  • Driver facing attempted murder charges after ramming 3 Phoenix officers with vehicle

    Driver facing attempted murder charges after ramming 3 Phoenix officers with vehicle

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    Phoenix police officials said Mr. Payne refused to discuss a possible motive for the attack when he was taken into custody. Yahner described the driver's actions as a violent, intentional attack. The vehicle was taken away by police. Surveillance video from the QuikTrip gas station near 25th Avenue and Camelback Road shows the red auto turning around and deliberately driving into the trio of officers standing outside the store, KSAZ-TV reported.
  • Trump releases weight, cholesterol, blood sugar and other medical information

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    As a democracy that is for, by and of the people, knowing what our leaders think and the process of how they make major decisions has always been a concern for the American voter. "Polls are tightening certainly, but the Clinton ground game could carry the day", an Ohio Republican said, according to Politico. "President Barack Obama was born in the United States, period", he said at a widely covered news conference.
  • Trump's new reason not to release tax returns

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    Donald Trump unleashed a firestorm of criticism from liberals, conservatives and those in between when he called for a ban on Muslims entering the United States. This arrangement prevents the business owner from being taxed twice on his or her earnings ― once at the corporate rate and then again as these profits flow to the owner as income.
  • Missouri lawmakers override governor's veto of voter ID bill

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    Jake Hummel a Democrat from St. Louis said the legislature promised citizens a gun training requirement would be an important part of hide and carry. CT provides the state government with some discretion over the issuance of a carry permit, but generally grants permits to all law-abiding citizens.