While you were working: Putin ally says a President Clinton would set off 'Hiroshimas and Nagasakis everywhere'
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Donald Trump has a hearing scheduled in December – after the election – regarding a lawsuit that alleges he took a 13-year-old’s virginity 20 years ago.
Alleged Chelsea bomber, Ahmad Khan Rahimi, pleaded not guilty to charges stemming from his New Jersey shootout with police.
Michelle Obama dissed Trump without even mentioning his name. Mic drop.
It is you, babe, after all these years. Bob Dylan winsNobel prize in literature.
The ex-CEO of Wells Fargo is going to be OK. He still pulls a six-figure salary.
An ally of Putin said Americans must vote for Trump, since a vote for Clinton would bring “Hiroshimas and Nagasakis everywhere.”
A gorilla prison break ended after only an hour of freedom in London.
Samsung stock starts moving upsince halt in Note 7 production.
Unilever and Tesco come to terms.
Hurricane Nicole passed over Bermuda, although the island did see the eye.
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