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Regime forces amass around Aleppo as diplomacy falters 
Washington (CNN)As an estimated 10,000 Syrian-led ground troops amass east of Aleppo, the US is considering a tougher response to Russia over its support for the Assad regime and its role in the bombardment of the city, senior administration officials told ...

Woman killed, 108 injured after train crashes into Hoboken, NJ station 
A woman was killed and 108 others were injured when a crowded commuter train crashed through a barrier at the busy Hoboken, N.J. station and lurched across the waiting area during the height of the Thursday morning rush hour. The New Jersey State Medical ...

Study: Human species has inherited murderous tendencies 
FBI personnel search the scene of a deadly shooting in Dallas on July 9, 2016. WASHINGTON Evolution and genetics seem to have baked a certain amount of murder into humans as a species, but civilization has tamed some of the savage beast in us, according ...

Why is Gary Johnson still in the race? 
Washington (CNN)Gary Johnson is the new punching bag of the 2016 campaign. The Libertarian presidential candidate is the subject of intensifying ridicule following his latest televised flub when he couldn't name a world leader he admired during a Wednesday ...

USA Today breaks non-endorsement tradition 
National newspaper USA Today broke its decades-long streak of staying out of presidential endorsements with a scathing editorial Thursday night, saying Republican nominee Donald Trump is “unfit for the presidency.” “This year, the choice isn’t ...

Man Pleads Guilty To Elaborate Kidnapping Initially Deemed A Hoax By Calif. Police 
A California man pleaded guilty Thursday in a federal court to an elaborate kidnapping that law enforcement had initially branded a hoax. In court documents, 39-year-old defendant Matthew Muller is identified as a former Marine who suffers from bipolar ...

Man on parole linked to purse snatching and stealing a car with baby inside, deputies say 
When a local television station aired surveillance footage of a woman jumping on the hood of a car driven by a man who stole her purse, several people called Broward Sheriff’s Office detectives to identify him. Three people were certain the heavyset ...

More rain? And a flood watch? Metro Detroit is in for a long bath 
A link has been posted to your Facebook feed. City of Detroit Water and Sewage team leader Mathew Mercer (center) and field service team leader Philip Curry work to remove basin covers from E. Milwaukee near Russell in Detroit on Thursday, Sept. 29, 2016 ...

Singapore, Japan Mark 50 Years Of Diplomatic Ties With Dig At Beijing, TPP Talk 
Singapore welcomes Japan playing a more active role in the region, Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong declared on Wednesday, while discussing strategic and trade issues with his Japanese counterpart Shinzo Abe. While Beijing went unmentioned, Singapore made ...

Michigan student successfully changes preferred pronoun to 'His Majesty' on class roster 
As Heat Street‘s Politics Editor Jillian Melchior reported this week, a new policy at the University of Michigan allows students to choose their preferred pronouns — including the gender-neutral “they” and “ze” — to appear on class rosters.

FBI partly blames Snowden for reduction in email, phone surveillance 
The FBI’s use of a surveillance statute to collect Americans’ phone and email records has declined since details about the program were leaked by Edward Snowden in 2013, a watchdog report has found. The FBI’s use of Section 215 of the Patriot Act to ...

Former teacher sentenced in sex assault of pupil, 13 
A former Waukegan music teacher has been sentenced to 14 years in prison after pleading guilty to sexually assaulting a 13-year-old student last year, prosecutors said. Briana Travis, 34, of Mundelein, pleaded guilty Wednesday to one count of criminal ...

Obama to Olympians: Everyone's so good-looking 
Obama to Olympians: Everyone's so good-looking Michelle Obama reminded the 2016 U.S. Olympians the importance of fruits and vegetables as President Obama honored them at the White House. Check out this story on USATODAY.com: http://usat.ly/2dquTsL Michelle ...

From raised-fist at '68 Olympics to the White House in 2016 
Tommie Smith and John Carlos, two African-American athletes sent home from the 1968 Olympic Games for their raised-fist protest on the medal podium, receive a long-awaited moment of redemption at the White House. Rough Cut (no reporter narration).

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