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    A Question, A Sweater, An Internet Sensation Forget the man with his name in gold on a tower in New York City.  Forget the woman who circled the globe as the country's top diplomat. What Americans needed in this contentious election season was a regular guy in a red sweater who had a question. "What steps will your energy policy take to...

    Trump Appears with Clinton Accusers Ahead of Debate Shortly before Sunday's presidential debate, Donald Trump held a brief press conference accompanied by women who have accused former president Bill Clinton of sexual harassment and misconduct. The pre-debate event included Paula Jones, Kathy Shelton, Juanita Broaddrick, and Kathleen Wiley. “Mr. Trump may have said some bad words, but Bill Clinton raped me and...

    US Will Use All Tools Available to Deal with N. Korean Nuclear Threat U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations Samantha Power is visiting South Korea amid rising concern over North Korea's nuclear program and worries about increasing sophistication of the North's missiles. Marcus Harton has more.

    US Road Deaths Up Sharply in First Half of 2016, Safety Agency Says U.S. traffic deaths jumped 10.4 percent in the first six months of 2016 to a "crisis" level, the U.S. National Highway Traffic Safety Administration said Wednesday. NHTSA said that road deaths in the first half totaled 17,775 and that the number was likely to be higher in the...

    Presidential Debates: All You Need to Know Fast facts about presidential debates in the United States

    US Strikes Yemen Sites in Retaliation for Missile Launches The U.S. military said Thursday it struck three radar sites in Yemen in response to missile launches from territory controlled by Houthi rebels that targeted a U.S. Navy destroyer. Pentagon spokesman Peter Cook described the strikes as "self-defense" in order to protect U.S. personnel and ships. "The United States will respond to any...

    Clinton,Trump Engage in Tense Second Debate Democratic Party presidential candidate Hillary Clinton and her Republican opponent Donald Trump faced off in a tense debate Sunday in St. Louis, Missouri, the second of three presidential debates. The debate was held amid a growing chorus of Republicans who want Trump to quit the race after the release of a video tape...

    US Presidential Candidates Agree on Terrorism Threat, But Not How to Counter With terrorism in the forefront of most voters’ minds, Republican Donald Trump and Democrat Hillary Clinton have offered different views on protecting the American homeland from the terrorist threat. While both say their goal is to defeat Islamic State and stop radicalization at home, they’re at odds...

    Hayden, a Symbol of Youth Took History into Own Hands Tom Hayden was long past his heyday of political rebellion and the Chicago 7 trial when he died on Sunday at age 76. But in American culture, he remained an enduring symbol of a time when young people took history into their own hands. Hayden reinvented himself many times, moving from...

    More Women Describe Trump Kissing, Touching Them More allegations emerged Wednesday involving Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump and what multiple women described as incidents of groping or kissing them on an airplane, inside Trump Tower in New York and at his Mar-a-Lago club in Florida. Trump, his lawyers and his campaign strongly denied they took place. A common thread in the reports...

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    American Airlines (NASDAQ: AAL) is rolling out a new Basic Economy fare to let travelers see more of the country for less. The new fares will launch in 10 markets on domestic routes in February, according to an American Airlines spokesman. The new fares
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