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Nightmare Scenario: Supreme Court tying 4-4 on election dispute
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Nightmare Scenario: Supreme Court tying 4-4 on election dispute

WASHINGTON (AP) -- What happens if America wakes up on Nov. 9 to another undecided, hotly disputed presidential election? What if the outcome turns on the razor-thin margin in one or two states, one candidate seeking a recount, the other going to court? We ...
Arkansas prosecutor seeks voter fraud probe
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Arkansas prosecutor seeks voter fraud probe

The 2nd Judicial District prosecuting attorney asked Arkansas State Police late Wednesday afternoon to investigate potential voter fraud in the Shady Grove township in Greene County. In a letter to Capt. Mark Hollingworth, commander for the criminal investi...
France closes 4 mosques for promoting radical ideology
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France closes 4 mosques for promoting radical ideology

PARIS (AP) -- France's interior minister has ordered the closure of four mosques that allegedly espoused a 'radical ideology,' the latest such shutdowns among dozens since the Nov. 13 Paris attacks nearly a year ago. A state of emergency in France allows fo...
WikiLeaks exposes DOJ insider's leaks to Podesta
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WikiLeaks exposes DOJ insider's leaks to Podesta

The latest WikiLeaks bombshell shows a Justice Department insider, who is involved in the new FBI probe of Hillary Clinton's emails, giving Clinton campaign manager John Podesta a "heads up" email about the case last year. Critics say the email shows that A...
Delco Raid: Something stinks with voter registration group
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Delco Raid: Something stinks with voter registration group

Days after state agents raided its Delaware County office, a national grassroots organization that works mostly for Democrats is facing increasing scrutiny over voter registration efforts in Pennsylvania. A source with knowledge of the inquiry said Wednesda...
WikiLeaks says emails were not provided by Russia
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WikiLeaks says emails were not provided by Russia

(EFE).- WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange has denied the Russian government is the source of US Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton's emails, in an exclusive interview with Russian broadcaster RT on Thursday. "The Clinton camp has been able to pr...
Firebombed N.C. Republican field office to reopen
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Firebombed N.C. Republican field office to reopen

HILLSBOROUGH, N.C., Nov. 2 (UPI) -- The Republican headquarters in Orange County, N.C., that was damaged after someone threw a firebomb through its window is set to reopen near the original site of the crime, party officials said. A bottle with flammable li...
Cubs win! Cubs win! Cubs win!
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Cubs win! Cubs win! Cubs win!

The most epic drought in sports history is over, and the Cubs are world champions. After 108 years of waiting, the Cubs won the 2016 World Series with a wild 8-7, 10-inning Game 7 victory over the Indians on Wednesday night at Progressive Field. The triumph...
Clinton aides in leaked emails: Axelrod a 'headache' to be 'neutralized'
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Clinton aides in leaked emails: Axelrod a 'headache' to be 'neutralized'

It's no secret that despite his support for Hillary Clinton, President Barack Obama's former campaign chief David Axelrod also has been, at times, critical of her. In the last few months alone he's complained on Twitter about her "unhealthy penchant for pri...
DOJ warns against filing voter challenges
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DOJ warns against filing voter challenges

WINSTON-SALEM, N.C. (AP) — Ahead of an emergency hearing on voter challenges, the U.S. Justice Department said several North Carolina counties apparently violated federal procedures for removing voters from the rolls based on undelivered mail. The Justice D...