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Ballots must be received by the time polls close November 3 in order to be counted

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"Plenty of people without college degrees" would make better presidents than Trump, the New York Democrat said.

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The National Weather Service warned that the combination of low humidity, dry vegetation and strong winds had created "the most dangerous fire weather conditions" this year

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Peggy Noonan wrote that the Democratic vice presidential nominee is "coming across as insubstantial, frivolous" and that her dancing was "embarrassing."

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President Donald Trump has seized upon recently disclosed emails allegedly from the son of Democratic candidate Joe Biden as an “October Surprise" that could change the dynamics of the race

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The US president has sided with Egypt in the escalating dispute over a mega dam, analysts say.

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A devoted mother. A woman of faith. A nice white lady. How bad could she be?

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Conservative judge establishes 6-3 majority on nation’s highest court

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U.S. and Japanese maritime self-defense forces carried out military exercises, Monday, October 26, on Japan's helicopter carrier. 

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The British actor plays the father of "Stranger Things" star Caleb McLaughlin in this drama about Black horsemanship in Philadelphia.

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A total of 21 people have been killed in unrest in Guinea following a disputed presidential election last week, state television reported on Monday, as international envoys attempted to soothe tensions in the West African nation.

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A total of 21 people have been killed in unrest in Guinea following a disputed presidential election last week, state television reported on Monday, as international envoys attempted to soothe tensions in the West African nation.

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The move comes days after the State Department approved the potential sale of three other weapons systems to Taiwan, which prompted a sanctions threat from China

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US officials say the Afghan-led operation killed al-Qaida’s Abu Muhsin al-Masri, a high-ranking official though not the group's No. 2 as initially reported

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The founder of The Roots and drummer for the “Tonight Show” band said back in 1976 he talked an older woman named Ellie into buying me a stereo and a record collection.

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US envoy to UN, Kelly Craft, said recent breakthroughs in normalization of relations between Israel and three Arab states show a bigger peace is possible 

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The governor of Lagos state Babajide Sanwo-Olu tells CNN's Becky Anderson he believes there will be 'genuine reforms' of police following EndSARS protests.

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Previous discoveries indicated moon water could only be found in shadowed areas

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Tedros says political division has led to disrespect for science, and a spread of the virus

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The prince says his wife, the former Meghan Markle, helped him understand how his privileged upbringing shielded him from the reality of unconscious bias.

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Authorities: Stowaways on ship headed for Southampton from Nigeria became unruly as it neared Britain

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Official says the decision will not hurt anyone in Sudan and was taken after lengthy discussions about protecting the interest of the Sudanese people

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UN program notes it is still providing food aid to about 8 million Zimbabweans – more than half the population

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Millions of substandard cars that pose safety, health and environmental hazards are exported every year from developed countries to developing countries, largely in Africa 

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