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San Diego-area protesters blame race for shooting death
Demonstrators gathered Tuesday near San Diego to protest what they described as a racially charged police shooting death of an African-American man, though police justified the incident, saying he took a "shooting stance" toward officers.
U.S. surpasses Syrian refugee target, announces $364M in more aid
The United States surpassed its target of resettling Syrian war refugees, the State Department said as it announced an additional $364 million in humanitarian aid to Syria.
Former Israeli Prime Minister Shimon Peres dies at 93
Former Israeli Prime Minister Shimon Peres, a Nobel peace prize laureate who had a stroke two weeks ago, has died at age 93, the Israel News Agency said.
First round of Clinton-Trump drew
largest debate audience in U.S. history
No presidential debate in American history had a larger audience than Monday night's event between Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump, ratings figures show.
2 million Syrians
without water after airstrikes
"Intense attacks" in the war-torn Syrian city of Aleppo has left nearly 2 million residents without access to running water, UNICEF said.
Across US, police officers
abuse confidential databases
Police officers across the country misuse confidential law enforcement databases to get information on romantic partners, business associates, neighbors, journalists and others for reasons that have nothing to do with daily police work, an Associated Press investigation has found.
Deal reached to keep
US government running
Congressional leaders have broken a stalemate over money to address the Flint, Michigan, water crisis, top House aides said Wednesday, clearing the way for a spending bill needed to keep the government running until December. The spending measure also would provide long-delayed money to fight Zika.
As Clinton, Trump tout
parental leave, 3 states offer models
As the two leading presidential candidates tout competing campaign proposals to provide paid leave to care for a baby, the three states that already have such programs show how it could work.
Fierce air strikes on Aleppo
after Syrian army declares offensive
Warplanes launched some of the heaviest air strikes yet on rebel-held areas of Aleppo on Friday after the Russian-backed Syrian army declared an offensive to fully capture Syria's biggest city, killing off any hope of reviving a ceasefire.
Chicago Police Department to
add 970 more to its force
The Chicago Police Department announced plans to hire nearly 1,000 more officers to cope with the city's rising violence issues.
Investigators try to determine
if accused New York bomber had help
U.S. authorities on Wednesday were looking into whether an Afghan-born American citizen charged with carrying out bombings in New York and New Jersey acted alone or had help as the city's top federal public defender sought access to the suspect.
Clinton campaign raced
through $50 million last month
Hillary Clinton spent $645,000 more a day than her opponent Donald Trump last month, but even with her $50 million campaign outlay, she has not been able to pull away from him in the race for the White House.
Analysts cite Clinton's illness
in new plunge by Mexico peso
Economists have long said that when the United States catches a cold, Mexico gets pneumonia. But analysts said Monday that Hillary Clinton's pneumonia has given Mexico's peso something worse.
Half of 265M U.S. firearms
owned by just 3 percent of population
Of the roughly 265 million firearms owned by Americans, exactly half of that arsenal is owned by just 3 percent of the adult population, according to an extensive new survey conducted at two prominent U.S. universities.
Skittles to Donald Trump Jr.:
Refugees are people, not candy
Candy maker Skittles was briefly thrust into the 2016 presidential campaign on Monday after Donald Trump Jr., son of the Republican nominee, referenced the candy in a tweet to make a point about the Syrian refugee crisis.
Pro-painkiller echo chamber
shaped policy amid drug epidemic
For more than a decade, members of a little-known group called the Pain Care Forum have blanketed Washington with messages touting prescription painkillers' vital role in the lives of millions of Americans, creating an echo chamber that has quietly derailed efforts to curb U.S. consumption of the drugs, which accounts for two-thirds of the world's usage.
Poll: 75% of voters plan to
watch first Clinton-Trump debate
Nearly 75 percent of the registered voters plans to watch the first presidential debate between Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton next week, according to a Morning Consult Poll.
More than 800 immigrants
mistakenly granted citizenship
The U.S. government has mistakenly granted citizenship to at least 858 immigrants who had pending deportation orders from countries of concern to national security or with high rates of immigration fraud, according to an internal Homeland Security audit released Monday.
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