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Trump immigration waffle reflects voter confusion on issue

Ted Cruz in the primaries for his anti-amnesty stance, said that while he was first anxious that Trump was " softening ", he had become convinced that the GOP nominee remains committed to a hard line on immigration. "Without the immigration issue, the words "President Trump" would still be a "Simpsons" joke, ' " Krikorian said. "And the idea that it helps him with anyone is nonsense". Read More

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US secures 15th Olympic gold in basketball, crushing Serbia 96-66

US secures 15th Olympic gold in basketball, crushing Serbia 96-66

Geno Auriemma, coach of the US women's Olympic gold medal-winning basketball team, says he is constantly reminded that, "It's not whether you win or lose - until you lose". The U.S. departs Rio finishing 8-0, taking home their third straight gold medal. Kyrie Irving also joined some elite company after the win, as he is now one of four players to win an Olympic gold medal and National Basketball Association championship in the same season. Read More

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Memorial fund started for fallen Maryville Police Officer

Memorial fund started for fallen Maryville Police Officer

Crisp didn't identify the officer, saying some family hadn't yet been notified. Moats was wearing a bullet proof vest but the bullet struck him above the line of protection. Crisp said officers of the department will lean on one another for support in the days to come. "We have a strong community and they'll rally around, as they've been supporting our officers and deputies over the last number of months, as this profession has been under a lot of stress, for lack of a better word". Read More

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Striking miners kidnap, kill deputy minister in Bolivia

Rather than listen to Illanes , miners took he and his bodyguard hostage at a roadblock. The leftist leader hailed Illanes as a "hero of the defense of (Bolivia's) natural resources" after reiterating that the real aim of the cooperative miners' protest was to pressure the government to allow them to sign contracts with private and multinational companies. Read More

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Hillary Clinton's campaign aide a radical Muslim?

One of Clintons biggest accomplishments listed on her campaign website is her support for the United Nations womens conference in Bejing in 1995, when she famously declared, “Womens rights are human rights.” Her speech has emerged as a focal point of her campaign, featured prominently in last months Morgan Freeman-narrated convention video introducing her as the Democratic nominee. Read More

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Philippines' Duterte says Southeast Asia will insist China respects sea ruling

Philippines' Duterte says Southeast Asia will insist China respects sea ruling

Speaking to reporters at Malacañang earlier that day, Mr. Duterte said it was "better to continually engage China in a diplomatic dialogue rather than anger officials there". His foreign minister, Perfecto Yasay, said on Monday the Philippines would remain a United Nations member and described the president's comments as expressions of "profound disappointment and frustration". Read More

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Vice President Biden says U.S. committed to NATO obligations

Vice President Biden says U.S. committed to NATO obligations

He also suggested the GOP nominee lacks an understanding of NATO's Article. On the occasion of Vice President Biden's visit to Latvia, we, the United States of America, Estonia, Latvia, and Lithuania, reaffirm our strategic alliance. Members of the alliance have agreed to come to the defence if one or more of them is attacked. Trump told The New York Times last month that he wouldn't adhere to Article 5 unless the other member nations "have fulfilled their obligations to us", like paying ... Read More

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Opposition lawmakers from J&K meet Rahul Gandhi

Opposition lawmakers from J&K meet Rahul Gandhi

We first want that peace is established in the Valley and only after that we can mutually find a solution. Speaking on the occasion, Minster of State in the Prime Minister's Office Dr. We apprised him in detail about the situation in Kashmir, including Jammu and Ladakh. Abdullah told reporters after an hour-long meeting with the president. Read More

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Indian army says kills three militants from Pakistan

Indian army says kills three militants from Pakistan

The OIC general secretary also renewed support to the right of self-determination for Kashmiri people and said that it was an worldwide and legitimate issue. Troops fired tear gas and pellet guns at rock-throwing protesters, he said. Kashmir has been gripped with violence since July 9, a day after security forces killed top militant, Burhan Wani, in a gunfight. Read More

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Clinton leads Trump by 8 points - Reuters/Ipsos poll

Clinton leads Trump by 8 points - Reuters/Ipsos poll

Trump also accused Clinton of prioritizing Syrian refugees above American minorities. Hillary Clinton and President Obama have declined to travel to the area. Donald Trump made a sustained pitch on Friday to African American voters, who have overwhelmingly flocked to his Democratic rival Hillary Clinton , telling them: "what do you have to lose?" Current State talks with the person who oversees the Trump campaign in MI. Read More

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Judge: No Deposition By Hillary Clinton In Email Lawsuit

Judge: No Deposition By Hillary Clinton In Email Lawsuit

Republicans are pressing to keep the issue of Clinton's email use alive after the FBI closed its investigation last month without recommending criminal charges. Democratic presidential hopeful Hillary Clinton will have to answer questions under oath in her growing email scandal while secretary of state. Tom Fitton, President of Judicial Watch, stated that the questions would be submitted with the greatest speed possible. Read More

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4 soldiers, 1 civilian injured in Turkey PKK attack

The U.S. -based Muslim cleric Fethullah Gulen became the subject of communication between two Presidents, Turkey and USA. Turkey's state-run news agency says police have detained dozens at Turkey's banking regulatory agency and at one of Istanbul's largest universities as part of an investigation into the July 15 abortive coup which killed over 270 people. Read More

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China opens longest glass bottom bridge in world

China opens longest glass bottom bridge in world

Only 800 people are allowed on the structure at a time, the news agency added. The bridge is situated in Zhangjiajie, Hunan province. And cameras, selfie sticks and stilettos are not permitted on the bridge, as AFP reported. Glass bridges in China have been a popular craze for the daring photo opportunities they provide. Park officials have said a maximum of 8,000 visitors will be allowed on the bridge each day. Read More

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Yemen rebels used talks to rearm: coalition

Since the suspension of peace talks in Kuwait between the Saudi-led coalition and the Houthi forces fighting against it, the bombing campaign has intensified. Earlier this month, it acknowledged "shortcomings" in two of eight cases it investigated of airstrikes on civilian targets in Yemen. There are now more than 2.5 million internally displaced people in Yemen, with a health service that struggles to cope and intermittent food and water supplies. Read More

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Kennedy pitches Royals past Tigers; Cabrera hurt

Alex Gordon scored on the play. Three relievers finished, with Kelvin Herrera pitching the ninth for his fifth save. Cabrera departed due to a strained biceps suffered in the fourth inning. Coming off an impressive weekend series win over the Texas Rangers, their bats never came around against right-hander Ian Kennedy and the Kansas City Royals . Read More

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