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Enabler or defender? How Hillary Clinton countered husband’s accusers
As Donald Trump signals he may bring up allegations related to Bill Clinton’s infidelities, Hillary Clinton’s detractors say she unfairly lashed out at the women involved. Her responses have forced her to walk a fine line on sexual assault issues as she woos female voters.


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Trump found his first pageant media circus with Alicia Machado. Many others followed.
When he owned beauty pageants, Donald Trump often put himself in the spotlight, seeming to relish a role as a moral arbiter.



Darkness, fear grip Aleppo as stepped-up bombing increases horrors of war
The rebel-held portion of the Syrian city had gotten used to airstrikes over the years, but it hadn’t seen anything like the past week, when a massive increase in bombing swamped hospitals and overwhelmed rescuers — and left no escape.


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In a first for Obama, Congress overrides veto on 9/11 bill
The House and Senate overrode President Obama’s veto of legislation that would let the families of victims of the Sept. 11 attacks sue the Saudi government over its alleged support for the attackers. In suffering its first veto setback, the White House called the vote “embarrassing.”





















Senate cements deal to avert federal shutdown
The Senate approved a stopgap funding measure after House Republicans allowed a vote on federal aid to address the water crisis in Flint, Mich., removing a major obstacle in the negotiations.


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Critics say Wells Fargo CEO should forfeit more than $41 million after sales scandal
Wells Fargo's move to strip John Stumpf of millions in compensation did little to temper criticism, as he'll still have more than $100 million in company stock and millions in salary he earned as his bank was setting up millions of unauthorized accounts customers didn't ask for.


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2 students, teacher injured in shooting at S.C. school; officials say teen shooter’s father killed
A teenager with a handgun opened fire at Townville Elementary School in South Carolina on Wednesday afternoon, not long before authorities say they found his father shot to death in a home nearby.


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FBI director rejects idea of reopening Clinton probe
“I haven’t seen anything that would come near to that kind of situation,” James B. Comey said at a hearing of the House Judiciary Committee.


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The world mourns Shimon Peres as Israel considers his legacy
Peres, who died Wednesday in Tel Aviv, lived through all of Israel’s history and was an architect of the peace process with the Palestinians.


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Michelle Obama tears into Donald Trump
The first lady described the GOP nominee's birther campaign against her husband this way: "Hurtful, deceitful questions deliberately designed to undermine his presidency, questions that cannot be blamed on others or swept under the rug by an insincere sentence uttered at a press conference."


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Father of 'clock kid' Ahmed Mohamed sues Glenn Beck, Fox and others for defamation
The lawsuit said that prominent members of the conservative media made false statements, misled the public and fanned "the flames of fear and anger toward Muslims and immigrants."


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Police fatally shot black man within one minute of arriving on scene in San Diego suburb
Officials said the man, described by relatives as "mentally challenged," had no gun, but he pulled an unidentified object from his pocket and took "a shooting stance" before he was killed.


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