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2 more Clinton emails classified at lowest level

Email woes, in one form or another, have knit together voters' concerns about Clinton's trustworthiness since before she even entered the race and the troubles have been persistent, to say the least. And WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange has made the release of John Podesta's hacked emails a daily - sometimes twice daily - occurrence in the last 30 days of the election.

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Texas A&M 35-28

Wisconsin 21, Northwestern 7 - Corey Clement ran for 106 yards and a touchdown, Jazz Peavy scored on a 46-yard run, and the No. 8 Badgers (7-2, 4-2 Big Ten) put waway the host Wildcats (4-5, 3-3). Texas A&M shouldn't be naturally punished for being the only team with Alabama on the schedule. STARKVILLE, Miss. (AP) - Mississippi State's Nick Fitzgerald was hit a few yards shy of the end zone as one, two and then three Texas A&M defenders tried to pull him to the ground.

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Nano Small Car a Loss-making Product, Says Tata Motors

Recalling how he was ousted as one of the non-executive directors of Tata Sons, Prof. Days after ousted Tata Sons chairman Cyrus Mistry blamed Nano for bleeding Tata Motors, the company on Friday said it has significantly written off development cost and investments related to the auto and is now refocusing its strategy on "growing and attractive segments" of the passenger vehicles market.

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Manchester City held by Middlesbrough to 1-1 in EPL

Manchester City have the chance to put daylight between themselves and their title rivals when the Premier League leaders try to cap a memorable week by beating Middlesbrough today. The former Manchester United keeper, returning to the city for the first time since leaving Old Trafford, made a series of excellent stops. Boro will look to frustrate the hosts but with the quality Guardiola has at his disposal, expect City to prevail in the end.

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CenturyLink to sell data centers

Today it followed up the announced sale of its data center business to a consortium led by Miami-based private equity firm Medina Capital. Please be fully informed regarding the risks and costs associated with trading the financial markets, it is one of the riskiest investment forms possible.

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Google testing rounder search bar widget on Android

Either way, just know that your Android device is plenty secure, but if you want the most secure, Google's own phones are the way to go. The Pixels have seen more pre and post advertising than any previous hardware endeavour that Google has undertaken.

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German EU commissioner accused of racism after remarks about Chinese

Angela Merkel is said to have argued for giving Oettinger another chance, but the country's headlines have already begun calling him "racist and homophobic", and the head of the leftist Die Linke party, Dietmar Bartsch, has called on the German chancellor to "withdraw this man from Brussels ".

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SpaceX closer to understanding rocket explosion at pad

The blast of the Falcon 9 rocket also destroyed the spacecraft's onboard payload: a satellite Facebook was planning to use to bring free internet access to remote regions of Africa . "Also, I don't know if Iridium Next will be SpaceX's first launch once they return to flight or whether they might schedule a launch from Florida ahead of us".

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Okazaki a different player after Japan duty, says Ranieri

All the more reason why coach Stale Solbakken is angry that his side had to play a Danish league game on Monday morning (Singapore time ) - a 3-1 victory over FC Midtjylland. "I came to the door, went back to my sitting room to watch the television and 'ring!' And I go back. I think it will be a very good battle tomorrow".

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Windows 10 Creators Update lets you create and share your own emoji

Satya Nadella, Microsoft's CEO, said innovations over the past decade have been focused on consumption, "helping us consume more information and media in different formats". Microsoft might finally add USB-C support to the Surface Pro series, beginning with Surface Pro 5. Of course, it remains to be seen how well either company's attempts to alter their images stick with consumers.

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Cooler today, screaming hot on Halloween

Enjoy the cooler temperatures, because all that changes on Halloween . The quiet, dry weather pattern will continue through the beginning of the work week with afternoon highs running close to 20 degrees above average, meaning more record highs.

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Windows 10 Creators Update coming early 2017

Microsoft had a special event for its Surface tablet in NY today, but it also slipped in a few treats for gamers. Microsoft said HP, Dell, Lenovo, Asus and Acer are working on VR headsets for Windows 10 that will start at $299 - cheaper than competing models from Oculus, HTC and Sony.

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Sanders urges government to kill AT&T-Time Warner merger

And the odds of approval aren't insignificant, according to some observers, given the government's approval of ComcastCMCSA -3.04 % 's purchase of NBCUniversal in 2011. Then came cable and the proliferation of channels. When regulators reviewed the Comcast-NBCUniversal deal in 2010, they made a decision to approve it with a number of conditions attached.

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Tesla chief Elon Musk unveils solar roof tiles

The reveal comes a few weeks before shareholders decide to go through with the merger or not. In June, Tesla moved to buy the installer, but the deal is not yet done - shareholders are slated to vote on the deal November 17. Musk is SolarCity's chief technology officer as well as its largest share holder, while the company's chief executive, Lyndon Rive, is his cousin.

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Will Clemson and Florida State hit the under?

No. 3 Clemson at No. 12 Florida State. As for the Tigers, well their defense also has a specific target, it's running back Dalvin Cook who has 900 yards and 7 td.'s for the Seminoles. The Seminoles have won three out of the last four meetings against the Tigers, including the last four matchups in Tallahassee. Travis Rudolph's 238 yard performance against Wake Forest last week was the fourth best out-put by a Florida State receiver in history.

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Bulls Beat Celtics 105-99, Wade Impresses

Wade had 22 points, 6 rebounds , 5 assists and made 4 huge threes, which, if you know Wade's game, is impressive. He hit seven of those all of last season. "We've got to get better at it". The Bulls' offense on the whole wasn't all that effective, as they shot just 39 percent from the field. The Bulls "Big 3" (Butler, Wade and Rondo) outscored the Boston Celtics by 17 when they were all on the floor together.

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Twitter cuts 9 per cent of its workforce worldwide

Vine videos will remain accessible for now and the company said it will keep the Vine website online as users work to migrate their video to other services. Before Thursday's results, Morgan Stanley analyst Brian Nowak wrote that marketers are planning to decrease ad spend on Twitter compared with a year earlier in favor of other services with "greater reach, lower effective pricing and superior targeting".

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Dreamworld deaths: Theme park victims named

He was replaced by Thomas, and left the company the following month. Ms Thomas, who came under scrutiny when she was granted an $843,000 bonus at the company's annual general meeting on Thursday, fought back tears as she led hundreds of Dreamworld staff to visit a floral tribute to the four people killed in this week's ride accident.

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Study discounts myth of 'Patient Zero' in U.S. AIDS crisis

UA evolutionary biologist Michael Worobey and his team conducted genomic analysis of blood samples from eight patients. But it does go to help understand the progression of the epidemic in the United States. The researchers also analysed the genetic code of human immunodeficiency virus taken from Mr Dugas's blood. The city was the crucial hub from which the virus spread across the continent, including to San Francisco, they said.

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Trump set to lay out his first 100 days agenda

Clinton and her running mate, Tim Kaine , are scheduled to visit the University of Pennsylvania on Saturday night. "They're trying desperately to suppress my vote and the voice of the American people", Trump, who often rails against media outlets and journalists covering his events, told supporters in his speech.

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Leonard, Spurs spoil Durant's Warriors debut with blowout

Stephen Curry and Klay Thompson both failed to hit the heights of their best form of previous year, when they helped the Warriors to a historic National Basketball Association record of 73 wins against only nine losses. The Warriors have added Kevin Durant , while the Spurs saw Tim Duncan retire. San Antonio also got an excellent showing off the bench from Jonathan Simmons (20 points and four rebounds), and former Warrior David Lee chipped in six points and six rebounds.

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Samsung considers LG batteries for Galaxy S8

Instead, it's the fact that Samsung will focus on releasing one flagship per year. According to a new report from The Korea Herald , Samsung is exploring the possibility of tapping LG Chem as a new battery supplier for its upcoming Galaxy S8 .

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Nintendo's new Switch Console could be a total flop

When using at home, the Nintendo Switch will be resting on the Nintendo Switch Dock which will then be connected to the television. Nintendo reshaped the console market in the mid-2000s with its innovative Wii, whose motion-sensitive controllers and relatively simple games dramatically expanded the audience for gaming, attracting millions of so-called casual players.

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George H. W. Bush's 1993 letter to Bill Clinton goes viral

The letter has resurfaced - showing an example of a more civil time during our current election season that's been marked with harsh rhetoric. "This is what is lost in our political recourse these days", local student Clint Davis remarked, "I wish we could get back to this".

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Did Mars Lander Crash and Burn?

Schiaparelli separated from its Trace Gas Orbiter mothership on Sunday but signal was lost just seconds before it was to touch down on Mars three days later. Scientists at the ESA, however, aren't yet calling this a loss. The transmission stopped around 50 seconds before the planned touchdown on Mars, they said.