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Trump fills stadiums, Clinton fills classrooms
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Man walking on street of Chicago shot in chest

A man was shot late Thursday in the Heart of Chicago on the Lower West Side. About 11:32 p.m., the 23-year-old was walking on the sidewalk in the 1800 block of West 21st Street when he heard shots and realized he'd been hit, according to Chicago Police.

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Why aren't I 50 points ahead?

- Hillary Clinton

Trump Debate Dos and Don'ts

Which Donald Trump will show up to Hofstra University on Monday night for the first presidential debate? The Oval Office may hinge on that question. Presidential debates always matter, but the stakes in this first Trump-Clinton faceoff are higher than most. Or at least they are for Mr. Trump. The billionaire's biggest problem is that Americans remain unsure about what they would get with a Trump presidency.

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More than 10,000 now Syrian refugees that we've admitted into the country by this month have all been extremely and very stridently vetted.

- John Kirby, State Department spokesperson

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I Was RFK's Speechwriter. Now I'm Voting for Trump. Here's Why.

I was a Democrat all my life. I came to Washington to serve President John Kennedy and Attorney General Robert Kennedy. When the president was murdered and his brother struck off on his own, I joined his Senate campaign and staff as his legislative assistant and speechwriter, until his presidential campaign ended with his own assassination.

IRS boss Koskinen admits failings

IRS Commissioner John Koskinen faced tough questioning Wednesday from Republicans at his Capitol Hill impeachment hearing, where he admitted "failings" in responding to congressional probes into his agency's targeting of conservative groups - but seemed unable to satisfy some lawmakers' concerns about 2014 testimony that later turned out to be false.

16 police officers injured in riots in Charlotte

Charlotte officials say they are preparing for more protests today following a night of violence over a police officer's fatal shooting of an African-American man Tuesday in the University City area. The dead man was identified as Keith Lamont Scott, 43.

Lie of the Day

Trump started his charity because he's desperate to get invited to fancy parties and be seen with these people who give their own money.

- Sen. Harry Reid

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Grover Norquist: 'The Only Limit To Hillary Is Her Imagination & Liberal Elites'

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Gov. Christie: 'Hillary Has No Experience In Law-Enforcement Except Being Interviewed By Them; She's A Disgrace'

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What do you believe would be the best strategy for Donald Trump during the debate?
Focus on governmental issues in Washington that he can fix.
Confront the policies of Clinton and Obama to show contrast.
Let Hillary lead the discussion and fact check her.
Discuss how his business acumen makes him the right man for the job.

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