Tornadoes tear through Indiana and Ohio,
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Wikileaks' Assange assures a release of more Clinton e-mails
Clinton believes there's no fire despite the smoke from her e-mails
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Man caught for trying to join ISIS in Minnesota

A survivor of the 2007 Minneapolis bridge collapse that killed 13 people now faces terror charges after authorities say he traveled to Syria to join the Islamic State group, departing the U.S. just a few weeks after collecting more than $91,000 in settlement money for his injuries.

At least 241 dead in Italy earthquake

Rescue crews aided by sniffer dogs dug through crumbled homes in Italy Thursday looking for earthquake survivors as the death toll topped 241 and officials anguished over how to secure their ancient towns and modern cities from the country's highly seismic terrain.

Lie of the Day

I know there's a lot of smoke, and there's no fire.


- Hillary Clinton on her e-mail scandal

Clinton Defends Foundation: Smoke, But No Fire

In the first media interview Hillary Clinton has granted in nearly a month, the candidate defended the Clinton Foundation, said there are "no excuses" for her self-inflicted email mistakes, and repeated her charge that Donald Trump is "peddling bigotry, prejudice and paranoia."

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Trump Drives Agenda as Clinton Hides Behind Jokes

Charles Hurt - Washington Times

Never in modern American political history has a more issue-oriented, serious candidate for president faced off against a more dishonest, platform-less, self-absorbed celebrity who is cashing in on ill-gotten wealth and fame despite serious concerns about mental and physical health.

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Massachusetts' Attack on Independent Voters

Greg Orman - Real Clear Politics

It was disappointing to read that Massachusetts Secretary of the Commonwealth William Galvin is spending public money urging voters to leave the United Independent Party ahead of an important registration deadline.

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The Dems' Cynical Game With Black Voters

S.E. Cupp

By now, you've probably heard Donald Trump insist he will win the African-American vote. He's made the claim several times, and just a few days ago he got specific, saying he'd win 95% of the black vote in a reelection bid, if he were to become President.

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Intimidation at the Polls

Fred Lucas - Lifezette

Progressive groups have derided Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump for asking citizens to prevent voter fraud - yet they seem eager for a swarm of international observers to enter the U.S. for election day.

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Under the Media Radar: Hate Crimes Escalate Against White People

Edmund Kozak - Lifezette

A gang of seven men - five black, two white - chanted "Black Lives Matter" before viciously attacking a group of white men Tuesday. The white men were walking by when the Black Lives Matter-inspired gang approached while shouting the slogan. The gang then attacked the white men, hitting them with bottles, as well as their fists and feet, police said.

The Disingenuous Rush to Call the Race

OK, so let's get this straight:
As of today, Nate Silver's "polls-plus" analysis gives Donald Trump a 25.1 percent chance of winning the election. Most of the British betting houses are giving him about the same chance, with 3 to 1 odds being offered, according to Oddschecker.

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