• Anti-Trump protests continue in New York, LA, Philadelphia
Anti-Trump protests continue in New York, LA, Philadelphia

Sunday night's protest comes after police say they arrested 71 people late Saturday and early Sunday during downtown protests. Some are also questioning the legitimacy of Trump's victory by noting that although he took the Electoral College, Clinton won the popular vote.

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  • McConnell, Schumer elected to top spots in Senate
McConnell, Schumer elected to top spots in Senate

Sen. Schumer publicly voiced his support for Hillary Clinton leading up to the election and attended a number of the Democratic candidate's campaign events. "He can throw a punch", South Carolina Republican Lindsey Graham, one of Schumer's collaborators on bipartisan legislation, told reporters. "We're ready to stand shoulder to shoulder with Rep...

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  • Leaking fire retardant creates foam sea outside airport
Leaking fire retardant creates foam sea outside airport

It did not interfere with flights at Mineta San Jose International Airport. The fire department told ABC-7 that people shouldn't go running into the foam, as it can cause skin irritation and possibly burning since it is a carcinogen. The foam puts out flammable-liquid fires, according to Matlow. Matlow says the retardant discharged accidentally...

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  • Police ID slain mother of missing Kansas newborn
Police ID slain mother of missing Kansas newborn

Authorities say the deceased woman is Laura Abarca-Nogueda, and the missing girl is Sofia Victoria Gonzalez Abarca. The last known contact Abarca-Nogueda had with anyone other than her killer or killers was shortly before 1 p.m. Amber Alerts require a suspect in order to be issued, but officers do not yet know who they are looking for, notes KWCH. ...

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  • Jared Kushner: The quiet millionaire with Donald Trump's ear
Jared Kushner: The quiet millionaire with Donald Trump's ear

Jared Kushner, Donald Trump's son-in-law, has been the driving force behind recent dismissals within the president-elect's transition team, sources with knowledge of the situation said . Donald added: "I think what Ivanka is trying to say, 'Who cares? And that I want to fight for them", Ivanka told CBS News . Like Trump, Kushner is the son of a...

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  • 'We're not going anywhere': Millennials nationwide march against Trump
'We're not going anywhere': Millennials nationwide march against Trump

Demonstrations ranged from hundreds to thousands of people in major cities such as New York, Portland, Philadelphia and San Francisco over the past week. Trump initially denounced the protests against him, saying they were "incited" by the media but then reversed course on Friday and praised the demonstrators for their "passion for our great countr...

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  • Obama to urge Trump to let some immigrants stay
Obama to urge Trump to let some immigrants stay

Interviewer Lesley Stahl asked him a wide range of questions, as summarized by the Daily Mail. "I want to focus on healthcare". In response, Trump told her that he "didn't like it". "It's done... And I'm fine with that". Trump left the door open on the fate of the millions of other undocumented immigrants in the country Sunday, saying that on...

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  • Obama on Trump:
Obama on Trump: "Campaigning is different than governing"

President Barack Obama said in a press conference Monday that when he travels to Europe this week he will be able to deliver a message to United States allies that President-elect Donald Trump remains committed to the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO).

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  • Almost 1600 firefighters continue to battle NC wildfires
Almost 1600 firefighters continue to battle NC wildfires

Wildfires continued to expand across the North Carolina mountains on Monday, with 15 active fires engulfing almost 44,000 acres and little headway made on controlling many of them. Forestry Commission, Pickens and Oconee County fire departments, S.C. National Guard, S.C. Department of Natural Resources, S.C. Parks, Recreation and Tourism Department...

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  • Trump, Ryan meet for first time since historic win
Trump, Ryan meet for first time since historic win

Ryan's praise came as Trump shocked major media, if not the nation, by cruising to victory on November 8 despite nearly every major poll putting him behind Democratic rival Hillary Clinton, and nearly every major prediction model indicating a Clinton win.

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  • Six reasons why Barack Obama would have beaten Donald Trump in 2016
Six reasons why Barack Obama would have beaten Donald Trump in 2016

Mr Obama , one of Mr Trump's most withering critics during the election campaign, said his priority was to "facilitate a transition that ensures our president-elect is successful". "I like those very much", Mr. Trump told the paper. "Speaker Ryan is excited for the potential for unified Republican government and eager to get to work with Mr.

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  • No. 6 Ohio State intends to stay on a roll against Maryland
No. 6 Ohio State intends to stay on a roll against Maryland

Barrett made it 28-3 with a 1-yard run early in the second quarter and Samuel got his third touchdown around right end from the 5. For two teams who have rarely played each other in football, Ohio State and Maryland do have a bit of history between them.

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  • Trump and Obama Meet at the White House
Trump and Obama Meet at the White House

The former first lady, USA senator and secretary of state said the election results showed the nation was deeply divided, but the voters had spoken. Their meeting lasted well over an hour. In other centres, high school and university students staged walk-outs. " Donald Trump has given a lot of voice for people who have been disenfranchised.

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  • U.S. election: Clinton wins in Dixville Notch
U.S. election: Clinton wins in Dixville Notch

Hillary Clinton recieved 4 votes, Donald Trump 2, Gary Johnson 1 - and a single write-in surprise for Mitt Romney. New Hampshire law allows towns with under 100 voters to open their polls at midnight and close them when all registered voters have cast their ballot.

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  • Trump Tweets Protesters 'Unfair' Amid Second Night of Rallies
Trump Tweets Protesters 'Unfair' Amid Second Night of Rallies

Starting around 8 a.m., Berkeley High School students walked out of class and onto the UC Berkeley campus, where there were opportunities for students to speak their minds. Copter4 flew over the crowd that carried signs as they marched. More than 2,000 people were involved in a protest Thursday night, blocking Interstate 94 in Minneapolis to ex...

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  • NYPD Sergeant Killed, 1 Wounded in the Bronx
NYPD Sergeant Killed, 1 Wounded in the Bronx

Police say Sgt. Emmanuel Kwo, left the hospital Friday night after treatment for a leg wound. Both officers were taken to Jacobi Hospital in a police vehicle by other patrolmen, sources said. The suspect died after being shot. The governor issued the following statement: "Every day, the courageous men and women of law enforcement selflessly ser...

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  • Estranged wife of dead man accused of impersonating officer
Estranged wife of dead man accused of impersonating officer

Regina Tague became upset when it was suggested her son was a serial killer. Police say Nichole Carver posed as a detective when she called AT&T last month to track down the location of Charlie Carver's phone. After his arrest, he confessed to killing four other people at a motorcycle shop in 2003 in what had been a high-profile unsolved case kno...

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  • The 69th annual Veterans Day Parade rolls through Birmingham
The 69th annual Veterans Day Parade rolls through Birmingham

Smith-Cotton High School JROTC lines up Friday afternoon along East Sixth Street for the Veterans Day Parade in downtown Sedalia. Here are some of the things we saw at this year's parade. He added that without those who served in the second World War, numerous freedoms enjoyed today would not be possible. He remembered Japanese suicide attacks ag...

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  • Rubber bullets and fear: Trump protesters flood streets anew
Rubber bullets and fear: Trump protesters flood streets anew

Trump advocated for protest after the reelection of Barack Obama in 2012, calling for people to " march on Washington and stop this travesty". The protesters then started to march through downtown, chanting "Who's street, our street". In Denver, protesters briefly shut down a freeway near downtown. The website developer from Wilton, Connecticu...

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  • Fresno State hires Jeff Tedford as new coach
Fresno State hires Jeff Tedford as new coach

After firing their head coach Tim DeRuyter on October 23, the Bulldogs have continued to struggle mightily this season, with a record of 1-9 on the year and few signs of improvement. Previously, he served as Cal's head coach from 2002-2012. He had two 10-win seasons with the program and was twice named Pac-12 Coach of the Year. After leaving Cal,...

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  • Missourians extend park tax, defeat cigarette tax increases
Missourians extend park tax, defeat cigarette tax increases

The tax on a pack of cigarettes would have increased from $0.84 to $2.59. If approved, it would have increased the tax on a pack of cigarettes from 17 cents - the lowest in the US - to 60 cents by 2020. Missourians said "yes" to Amendment No. 4, which will prohibit any new state sales or use taxes. The law stipulates that if the state doesn't cov...

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  • Trump aiming for a share of Maine's 4 electoral votes
Trump aiming for a share of Maine's 4 electoral votes

Clinton showed up days after she was nominated at the Democratic national convention with billionaire Omaha investor Warren Buffett at her side. In the vast, rural 3rd district, Republican Rep. GOP candidates prevailed in enough races to remain the dominant party even though senators aren't controlled by formal party leadership. Al Davis of Hyannis...

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  • First exit polls: Voters not excited about Clinton or Trump
First exit polls: Voters not excited about Clinton or Trump

Around the nation, the economy was a top topic for voters on both sides. Republican supporters are reporting voting machines are either not allowing them to vote for Trump or swapping their vote all-together to Democrat rival Clinton. Both Clinton and Trump delivered their final messages during the final campaign sprint yesterday. Mexico's peso h...

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  • Authorities: Stabbings at Newark home leave 1 dead, 6 hurt
Authorities: Stabbings at Newark home leave 1 dead, 6 hurt

Arrington is described as being 5-foot-9 and 170 pounds. Essex County Prosecutor Carolyn Murray said that all six of the victims had been stabbed with at least one knife but that "we are not ruling out other weapons at this time" in the attack.

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  • Retiree charged in California police sex scandal
Retiree charged in California police sex scandal

But on Friday, Contra Costa District Attorney Mark Peterson said none was found after reviewing 19 separate interviews conducted by six law enforcement agencies amounting to 24 hours of recordings of the teen. But he said the salty treats were the closest thing to an "exchange" between Jasmine and Smith before they had sex when she was 18 in a pa...

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  • Justices reject efford to block solar amendment
Justices reject efford to block solar amendment

He aid saying that the portrayal of solar panels as a fire hazard was having "aided and abetted one of the biggest scams on Floridians in the history of the state". In terse, single-line statements, justices dismissed as "moot" requests by the Florida Solar Energy Industries Association and the group Floridians for Solar Choice to reconsider the ...

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  • Clash with oil pipeline protesters ends
Clash with oil pipeline protesters ends

The protest at the Capitol followed an interfaith day of prayer about 50 miles south at Cannon Ball where hundreds of clergy from the USA and overseas marched near the route of the pipeline and ceremonially burned a copy of a 600-year-old document.

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  • Heritage College Closes 10 Vocational Sites, Citing Finances
Heritage College Closes 10 Vocational Sites, Citing Finances

The campus locations included suburban Cleveland and Columbus, Ohio; Denver; Fort Myers and Jacksonville, Florida; Little Rock, Arkansas; Kansas City, Missouri; Oklahoma City; and Wichita, Kansas. "The reason for the campus closures is that Heritage does not have the cash to continue to run its business", the school said. The college faces a Fa...

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  • Obama in OH to kick off week of campaigning for Clinton
Obama in OH to kick off week of campaigning for Clinton

Obama will be appearing at the Osceola Heritage Park Stadium at 631 Heritage Park Way on November 6 from 1:30 p.m.to 3:30 p.m. Doors open at noon, and you can RSVP to the event here. She will speak at 3:15 p.m.at Pitt Community College and then go to Coastal Credit Union Music Park at Walnut Creek for a 7:45 p.m. rally that also features former pri...

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  • Suspect in Iowa officers' deaths was 'desperate' for money
Suspect in Iowa officers' deaths was 'desperate' for money

The man suspected in the shooting deaths of two Iowa police officers had been ordered by a judge to move out of his mother's home just hours earlier. The man accused of ambushing and killing two Iowa police officers was arrested and charged with murder Thursday, after investigators said they had recovered the rifle that was used in the fatal atta...

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  • Clinton Ahead by 6 Points Going Into Final Stretch
Clinton Ahead by 6 Points Going Into Final Stretch

Republican Donald Trump seized on the revelation, which indicated no wrongdoing on Clinton's part, intensifying his criticism of a rival he has long dubbed "Crooked Hillary" and welcoming a slight improvement for him in a new ABC/Washington Post poll on Tuesday.

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  • Obama slams Federal Bureau of Investigation chief James Comey for operating on 'leaks' and 'innuendo'
Obama slams Federal Bureau of Investigation chief James Comey for operating on 'leaks' and 'innuendo'

The last three polls in the series have put Clinton ahead by 1-2 points, with a trend towards a gradual tightening of the gap between the candidates. The additional emails were uncovered in a separate investigation into Anthony Weiner , estranged husband of top Clinton aide Huma Abedin, in connection to a sexting scandal.

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  • FBI Releases Files on Controversial Clinton Pardon
FBI Releases Files on Controversial Clinton Pardon

A spokesman for Hillary Clinton's campaign questioned why the Federal Bureau of Investigation would post inflammatory material just a week before the election. Clinton said that while she spent the last 30 years as a lawyer, first lady, US senator and secretary of state, Trump was using his celebrity as an excuse to assault women.

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  • World Series Game 6 starts with a bang
World Series Game 6 starts with a bang

The Indians are on the board but still trail 7-1. When Tyler Naquin swung and missed on a 1-2 pitch, the Cubs were out of danger and on their way. The dropped fly ball gave way to a bases-loaded long fly - off the same Addison Russell bat - two innings later, giving the Cubs a 7-0 lead they had no problem maintaining.

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  • Trump edges Clinton by 3 points in UT/Texas Tribune poll
Trump edges Clinton by 3 points in UT/Texas Tribune poll

Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton greets early voters at the Leonard J. Kaplan Center for Wellness at the University of North Carolina at Greensboro in Greensboro, N.C., Thursday, Oct. This is despite evidence of Trump inching forward in the polls and election forecasters saying Clinton has an overwhelming chance of winning. The fi...

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