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Trump makes last minute pitch to prevent defeat in key Ohio specials

The Republic of Troy Balderson will meet with Danny Connor, Democrat in Ohio's 12th Congress District on Tuesday, in the last special election before November. A loss for Balderson in this district, which has historically favored Republicans, would further signal that the Democrats are in a hurry in November. During Saturday's rally, Trump Balderson praised and said, "He is very …

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Western firefighters in the United States encounter wind guns, build heat as Carr Fire explodes to more than 145,000 hectares

Since Carr Fire has exploded to more than 145,000 hectares, residents and firefighters across the Western United States are braking in heat and still dry weather. A slight storm in the Pacific Ocean sparked gusty winds over parts of California, Nevada and Wyoming on Saturday. <p class = "canvas-atom kanvastext Mb (1.0em) Mb (0) – sm Mt (0.8em) – sm" …

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Trump silent at LeBron, promises Jim Jordan, the dual Ohio controversy swirls

Arrived in central Ohio on Saturday to give an injection of energy to the last special election in 2018, President Donald Trump once more only made appropriate remarks to support the race's Republican and chose for the third time this week to focus instead on his administration priorities. Interested in Donald Trump? Add Donald Trump as an interest in keeping …

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Hector shows slow weakness to Category 3 hurricane

Hurricane Hector updated the track from 11 AM on Saturday 4 August 2018. PC: NHC / NOAA Update: 11:00 8.4.18 Hector forecast for the next few days is slow Forecasts with the National Hurricane Center say However, Hector is still expected to be a major hurricane when moved into the Central Pacific basin on Sunday night or early Monday. at …

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Feinsteins near China tie under review after Chinese Spy Discovery

The news of a Chinese spy working for US senator Dianne Feinstein broke recently and revealed the spy was employed by Feinstein for 20 years. Initially reported as part of a larger story about spies in Silicon Valley, a former intelligence officer later revealed that the staff was the driver of Feinstein for many years. The source told the San …

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Portland far right rally, counter-protocol leads to some arrests, injuries

PORTLAND, Ore. – The Portland, Oregon police used non-lethal riot control methods to control a mass of hundreds of protesters gathered in center on Saturday, CBS affiliate KOIN reports. The police started calling the demonstrations a "civil disorder" but not a riot. There were arrests and some injuries, but it was not immediately clear how many. A reporter for The …

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DC Metro's largest union refuses to transport white nationalists

Washington D.C.'s subway system is considering providing separate trains for white nationalists participating in the so-called "Unite the Right" rally next weekend, according to Washington Post . The rally, which takes place at the National Mall, will be held on the anniversary of last year's fatal events in Charlottesville, Va. The proposal would mean that there would be special trains …

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Neighbors call police on the Iowa girl, 10, selling cakes

CEDAR FALLS, Iowa – You would not think that a little girl selling cookies would be a controversial thing, but in an Iowa neighborhood it is. The police in Cedar Falls say they have received three different calls to the police for five days, all due to a 10-year-old selling water and homemade cakes. This summer, Savannah Watter's cakes sold …

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The Latest: Reporter injured covering Portland protests

by Associated Press August 4 at 5:58 PM PORTLAND, Ore. – The Latest on protests in Portland, Oregon (all times local): 2:55 pm A reporter for The Oregonian / OregonLive was injured when he was hit by a projectile during rowdy protests between right wing activists and self-described anti-fascists in Portland. Eder Campuzano was bloodied Saturday afternoon but said in …

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Fighters break out between groups of protesters at the Oregon rally

PORTLAND, Ore. – Small scuffles broke out Saturday as a police in Portland, Oregon, deployed "flash bang" units and other means to spread hundreds of right-wing and self-described anti-fascist protesters. Four people arrested during protests, police said in Portland in a statement Saturday night. Commander also grabbed "multiple weapons throughout the day," police said. A reporter for The Oregonian / …

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