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With his wife sidelined, Bill Clinton steps in to fill void

Clinton said her recent time off gave her a wake-up call, which reminded her why she's running for president. "My overall impression is that Mrs. Clinton has remained healthy and has not developed new medical conditions this year other than a sinus and ear infection and her recently diagnosed pneumonia", wrote Bardack. Read More »

LSU QB Danny Etling ready for first SEC road start

WHITE'S RETURN: LSU cornerback Tre'Davious White's decision not to turn pro and return for his senior season is already paying big dividends for the Tigers. "The plan through camp and even through game one, I don't think there was any pressure one way or the other". Backup Maea Teuhema, who took snaps at both right guard and right tackle, ended the game in Weathersby's spot. Read More »

Filling in for wife, Bill Clinton flubs Hillary diagnosis


She canceled travel to a series of fundraisers and has been at home for the past three days recovering. He also coerced his supporters by saying, "I don't know, folks". After largely staying away from commenting on Clinton's recent health episode, he took a swipe at his opponent's stamina at a rally in Canton, Ohio, Wednesday night. Read More »

Person of interest to named in NYC bombing

The FBI wanted poster, issued hours before the arrest, warned that Rahami "should be considered armed and risky". He was not on any U.S. terror watchlist, officials said. Elizabeth Mayor warned residents to remain indoors as there is a possibility of more such improvised explosive devices hidden within the town. A woman who answered the phone Monday at what appeared to be Hamidullah's most recent address, in Union, N.J., said Hamidullah no longer lived there. Read More »

More than 800 immigrants mistakenly granted citizenship


The report warned that when immigrants become naturalized, "these individuals retain numerous rights and privileges of US citizenship, including serving in law enforcement, obtaining a security clearance, and sponsoring other aliens' entry into the United States". Read More »

Air Force base wildfire postpones hi-res satellite launch


Containment remains at zero percent. If you are in an evacuation warning zone, firefighters say it's time to get your important belongings together in case of an evacuation order. The launch is now delayed until at least September 26, according to United Launch Alliance , a joint venture of Lockheed Martin and Boeing Co. In preparation for another launch attempt, technicians had replaced a valve that caused a leak and forced mission managers to scrub Friday's blastoff, ULA officials said. Read More »

Five devices found near New Jersey train station: mayor

Rahami, a 28-year-old US citizen born in Afghanistan, was charged Monday with attempted murder after a shootout with police in Linden, N.J. The explosion came only hours after the explosion of pipe bombs in New Jersey along the course of a Marine Corps charity run. Read More »

Syria truce hangs in the balance amid attacks, lack of aid

The report could not be independently verified. United Nations humanitarian chief Stephen O'Brien said he was "pained" that Aleppo had still not received promised aid deliveries. Under the US-Russia deal, fighting would halt across Syria and humanitarian aid would reach desperate civilians - particularly in devastated eastern Aleppo. Read More »

Johnson, Stein fail to qualify for first debate

The first presidential debate is scheduled for September 26. Clinton's running mate, Tim Kaine, and Trump's running mate, Mike Pence, qualified to participate in the the October 4 vice-presidential debate at Longwood University in Farmville, Virginia, the commission announced on its website. Read More »

North Carolina considers repealing HB2 anti-LGBT law

There have been behind-the-scenes talks before about the possibility of making changes to the law, including discussions of some sort of deal with Charlotte City Council, which passed a non-discrimination ordinance protecting LGBT people that led to HB2's passage in March. Read More »

Plane lands on house in US, everyone survives


Bystanders also captured footage of the skydivers and pilot, who landed nearby post-parachuting to safety. Fire officials in the USA suburb of Gilbert say all on board the plane were all able to leap to safety before it hit the house. Pilot was transported for burns. Firefighters said the Cessna 182 crashed under unknown circumstances. Fire officials say the house is a total loss. Read More »

Ryan: FBI played politics with release of Clinton probe details


The FBI's yearlong investigation concluded that Mrs. Clinton was was "extremely careless" in handling top-secret information and enemy hackers had the potential to have breached her email server, however Mr. "I don't know why they thought it wouldn't look too cute by half releasing it in the typical political data dump Friday of Labor Day", Ryan told Hewitt. Read More »

Bratton ends tenure as New York police chief


Bratton got his start as a beat cop in Boston back in 1970 and rose through the ranks to become BPD's police commissioner. Powerful city police chief William Bratton ended his second stint as NY commissioner Friday, leaving to his successor the task of repairing fraught police-community relations. Read More »

AU offense stalls again in loss to Texas A&M

Texas A&M (3-0, 1-0) was able to overcome not cashing in completely on red-zone by defensively shutting down the Tigers. Myles Garrett had two sacks and Texas A&M harassed quarterback Sean White enough to minimize big-play chances for Auburn (1-2, 0-1). Read More »

Trump to unveil new child care affordability policies

There are no details on exactly what expenses are deductible so it is hard to see how this benefits families that have one parent who stays home. Gupta returned to the plan for one more question, asking about Donald's strategy to finance maternity leave and child care initiatives nationwide. Read More »

Officers applaud NYPD's Bratton as he moves on


A "walk-out" ceremony was held for the exiting commissioner Friday afternoon at 1 Police Plaza. Bratton's Brooklyn-born successor, 59-year-old James O'Neill, stepped into the city's top policing job. In more recent years, though, some criminologists have concluded that the impact of broken windows on violent crime is minimal. Bratton also served as New York's police commissioner from 1994 to 1996 under Republican Mayor Rudy Giuliani. Read More »

Man in custody after armed standoff aboard Amtrak train


The man, Darius Palmer, 46 of Oxnard, was eventually apprehended by Amtrak Police and Los Angeles County Sheriff's officials about 2 a.m. Saturday, said Amtrak spokeswoman Christina Leeds. All 187 passengers and 5 crew have safely left the train and remain inside the Chatsworth station. The man appeared to be intoxicated, on drugs, or having a mental health issue. Read More »

Politician Assembles Rifle Blindfolded in Campaign Video


But Kander can assemble an AR-15 blindfolded. Republican gubernatorial nominee Eric Greitens, a former Navy SEAL, got national attention during the GOP primary with an ad that showed him firing a military-style rifle across a field to spark an explosion. Read More »

Sloppy Tigers fall to Indians 11-4, drop 7 games back

Carrasco has struggled the past two times out with nine runs plated in eleven frames. Shortly after a louder-than-usual crowd response as the Indians took the field in a near-playoff-like atmosphere, Napoli hit a towering fly ball to left field off Tigers starter Michael Fulmer (10-7, 3.03 ERA) with two runners in scoring position. Read More »

Ravens assistant coach Clarence Brooks passes away


Brooks, 65, was known as "CB" around Ravens players and coaches, and was the longest-tenured coach on the team's staff. Ravens head coach John Harbaugh said that Brooks was the best defensive line coach he has ever been around, and had left an impact on players both on the field and off of it. Read More »

Edward Albee, Celebrated Playwright, Dies At Home In Montauk


Albee Foundation, Jakob Holder, who did not reveal the cause, according to United States media reports. His provocative and often unforgiving takes on life in the USA earned him a reputation as one of the great American dramatists. He died at his home in Montauk, east of NY, assistant Jackob Holder said. Born in 1928, Albee was adopted by a wealthy suburban NY couple. But then I got back into a feeling of usefulness.”. Read More »

Jury seated for Bridgegate trial of Christie allies

Christie is a former federal prosecutor and Republican governor in Democratic-leaning New Jersey. A Bridgegate over troubled water might have ruined Chris Christie's chances at becoming Donald Trump's running mate, the New Jersey governor said Thursday. Read More »

Looser Gun Laws, Stricter Voter ID Laws in Missouri


Missouri gun owners can now hide carry without a permit and without firearms training. The new law will take effect in 30 days. The legislation also would create a "stand-your-ground" right, meaning people don't have a duty to retreat from danger any place they are legally entitled to be present. Read More »

Clinton Returns to Campaign Trail

After taking three days to rest from pneumonia, Clinton entered her event with some specially chosen music for the occasion. But on Thursday Mrs Clinton walked on to the stage of a rally in Greensboro, North Carolina, to the sound of James Brown's "I Feel Good". Read More »

Michigan jobless rate unchanged at 4.5 percent in August


After almost nine years of above-average unemployment in Tennessee and Georgia, the jobless rates in both Southern states fell to match or fall below the USA average last month for the first time since 2007. Job losses were seen in construction , 3,500; health care and social assistance, 2,200; manufacturing , 2,100; and other services , 2,000. The United States added an estimated 151,000 jobs in August, slightly less than economists' forecasts. Read More »

Feds to drop charges against former Va. Gov. Bob McDonnell


Bob McDonnell or his wife Maureen on public corruption charges. The governor released a statement Thursday afternoon following the announcement and said it was a day of "thanksgiving". "Forty-three months ago I was a heartbroken man", McDonnell said. The scandal rocked Richmond, where until McDonnell's conviction politicians were allowed to take any gift from lobbyists and others who sought to influence their work. Read More »

Kansas trooper shoots machete-wielding man


After calling for back-up, the trooper got out of his patrol auto. "This is a tragedy for the Ohio State Highway Patrol and the Department of Public Safety", said Col. Velez worked out of the Brook Park OSHP post, where the American flag is now at half-staff. The man was transported to the Goodland Regional Medical Center and then flown to a hospital in Denver. Read More »

Nick Gordon is found 'legally responsible' for Bobbi Kristina Brown's death


Bobbi spent six months fighting for her life in a coma after being discovered face-down in a bath tub at the start of 2015. "We intend to do that", Brown's lawyer told 11Alive. Circumstances eerily similar, and tragic, to Houston's 2012 death , and the mystery surrounding Nick , made global headlines for months. Gordon has continuously denied he had anything to do with her death . Read More »

Clinton blasts Trump's comments on military generals, Putin


Clinton, who was interviewed first, faced more questions over the email scandal, following revelations she handled government emails on a private server while secretary of state. Speaking to reporters the morning after a NY forum on security featuring separate appearances by the two candidates, Clinton said the businessman was "inappropriate and undisciplined" in discussing his briefings from USA officials. Read More »