• Trump suggests major shift on deportations
  • Clinton on foundation attacks: ‘I know there’s a lot of smoke, and there’s no fire’
  • Chaffetz: Trump should open his ‘kimono,’ release tax returns
  • Here are 10 Things About Animals You Didn’t Know. I Still Can’t Believe Some Of Them.
  • Clinton to headline African-American, Latino events as Trump attempts to make inroads
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Trump suggests major shift on deportations

Washington (CNN)Donald Trump suggested Wednesday that he would allow exceptions to let some undocumented immigrants to stay in the US, vowing he wouldn’t grant them citizenship but telling Fox News, “there’s no amnesty, but we work with them.” For Trump, whose rise to the Republican nomination was based in large part on his hardline immigration policies, the comments are the clearest sign yet that he is reconsidering his pledge to…

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Clinton on foundation attacks: ‘I know there’s a lot of smoke, and there’s no fire’

(CNN)Hillary Clinton slammed Donald Trump and issued a strong defense of the Clinton Foundation Wednesday amid the Republican nominee’s claims that she used public office for personal gain. Speaking to CNN’s Anderson Cooper in her first national news interview in nearly a month, Clinton pushed back against Trump’s accusations and issued perhaps her most succinct answers on her use of a private email server during her time leading the State…

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Clinton to headline African-American, Latino events as Trump attempts to make inroads

(CNN)Hillary Clinton will reach out to African-American and Latino voters in two separate speeches next month as she looks to put distance between herself and Donald Trump with the key voting blocs. Trump is trying to make gains with African-American and Latino voters by routinely arguing that he would be better than Clinton for the longtime Democratic-leaning groups.

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A hidden epidemic in Ukraine

(CNN)On the 17th floor of a disused building in Kiev, Ukraine, is a secret spot where people from across the capital city congregate with one purpose: to shoot up. Standing by the door leading out to the balcony is 31-year-old Roman, busy filling his needle with methadone as he prepares to inject it into his groin. He won’t inject into his arms, despite it being safer, as he can’t let…

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15 Reasons Ava DuVernay Is Your New Fashion Icon

15 Reasons Ava DuVernay Is Your New Fashion Icon

When she’s not behind the camera, Ava DuVernay steals the show. Here are 15 of the Selma director’s most stunning red-carpet looks. 1. There are endless reasons to admire writer-director Ava DuVernay: She became the first black woman to win Best Director at the Sundance Film Festival in 2012, and has been crafting powerful, diverse narratives ever since. instagram.com Her achievements behind the scenes are remarkable, but let’s take a…

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Virus hunters search for the next deadly disease outbreak

(CNN)It is a slow and cumbersome descent hindered by head-to-toe protective suits. A wooden ladder dips down the side, as two researchers in white suits and respirators make their way into Grootboom cave in South Africa. The suits make the journey more cumbersome, but they are the only things standing between safety and exposure. See the latest news and share your comments with CNN Health on Facebook and Twitter. “If…

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We Played "Would You Rather" With "Gotham's" Victor Zsasz

We Played “Would You Rather” With “Gotham’s” Victor Zsasz

Anthony Carrigan might actually be a criminal mastermind. 1. Would you rather lose an eye or lose both hands? View this image › David Bertozzi/ BuzzFeed View this image › FOX 2. Would you rather have permanent clown makeup or permanent clown clothes? View this image › David Bertozzi/ BuzzFeed 3. Would you rather only be able to tell the truth or only be able to lie? View this image…

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Trump ally: I’m not peddling ‘conspiracy theories’ about Clinton’s health

Washington (CNN)Rep. Sean Duffy denied Tuesday that he was peddling “conspiracy theories” about Hillary Clinton’s health. The Wisconsin Republican and Donald Trump supporter got into a tense exchange with CNN’s Brianna Keilar about whether prominent Trump surrogates and supporters were perpetuating rumors that Clinton was not physically fit to be president.

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How Do You Make An Entire Wedding Congregation Break Down Into Tears? Like This.

How Do You Make An Entire Wedding Congregation Break Down Into Tears? Like This.

Mackenzie Gorden broke her neck. Her body was paralyzed and doctors believed she would never walk again. However, Mackenzie doesn’t listen to the rules. She heard their predictions and decided something important: she was walking again, no matter what. You won’t believe what happened next. She rolled her truck and broke her neck in June 2012 after she swerved to avoid a deer. She could see her cellphone ringing after…

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Donald Trump Jacked Up His Campaigns Trump Tower Rent Once Somebody Else Was Paying It

WASHINGTON  After bragging for a year about how cheaply he was running his campaign, Donald Trump is spending more freely now that other people are contributing  particularly when the beneficiary is himself. Trump nearly quintupled the monthly rent his presidential campaign pays for its headquarters at Trump Tower to $169,758 in July, when he was raising funds from donors, compared with March, when he was self-funding his campaign, according to…

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Facebook hampers kid's moral development: survey

Facebook hampers kid’s moral development: survey

More than half of UK parents think popular social media sites such as Facebook hamper their children’s moral development, according to a new survey. The ‘parent poll’ commissioned by researchers at Read more: http://www.thehindu.com/sci-tech/facebook-hampers-kids-moral-development-survey/article8860101.ece?utm_source=RSS_Feed&utm_medium=RSS&utm_campaign=RSS_Syndication

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Is ‘colored people’ a slur?

(CNN)Our culture has become rather exquisitely attuned to spotting when people use the N-word and drawing conclusions about their character when they do so. But variety is the spice of life, and now it’s time to be angry that Amy Robach on “Good Morning America” referred to black people as “colored people.” We are to speculate over whether that means the letter R is more than just the first one…

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