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TRUMP'S two camps -- NYT: WESTERN STATES turning blue -- Cabinet wars beginning – WEEKEND READS
Good Saturday morning. With 73 days until Election Day, it's clear Donald Trump is getting a lot of conflicting advice from a lot of different people on very important topics like taming his sharp tone and moderating on immigration. And where he comes ...
Off-Script on 'Alt-Right'
WHY IT MATTERS: Issues at stake in election
Hillary Clinton Berates Donald Trump's Outreach to Black Voters
Trump: Slaying of Bulls star's cousin an example of why blacks will vote for him
Nykea Aldridge, 32, cousin of Chicago Bulls star Dwyane Wade, was shot and killed on Aug. 26, 2016, as she was pushing her baby in a stroller on the South Side. Nykea Aldridge, 32, cousin of Chicago Bulls star Dwyane Wade, was shot and killed on Aug.
Don Cheadle unleashes Twitter storm on Donald Trump
Trump uses death of Dwyane Wade's cousin to boast about odds
Donald Trump tries to leverage a high-profile slaying into a campaign appeal
The Latest: Death Toll in Italian Earthquake Rises to 291
New York Times
Authorities say the death toll in the earthquake that struck central Italy has risen to 291 after a man being treated in a hospital succumbed to his injuries. The Civic Protection agency said Saturday that the man, who was injured in the town of ...
Italy In Mourning: Funerals Underway For Earthquake Victims
Italy grieves as state funeral is held for quake victims
Italy Grieves As State Funeral Held For Victims Of Powerful Quake
New Trump campaign chief faces scrutiny over voter registration, anti-Semitism
Allegations of domestic violence and anti-Semitism from a former wife of Donald Trump's new campaign chief executive brought fresh scrutiny on Friday to how well Trump vets his most senior employees and advisers — another distraction from the themes ...
Doctor: I wrote Trump's bill of health in 5 minutes
Donald Trump Hires First and Deals With Background Questions Later
Trump Campaign CEO Under Scrutiny for Domestic Violence Charge
Kaepernick refuses “to show pride in a flag for a country that oppresses Black people”
So why didn't Colin Kaepernick stand during Friday night's playing of the national anthem? If there was any ambiguity following his Thursday retweet linking the American and Confederate flags, there should be none now. “I am not going to stand up to ...
Colin Kaepernick explains why he sat during national anthem
Colin Kaepernick explains why he won't stand during national anthem
49ers QB Colin Kaepernick sits down during the national anthem
Man arrested in fatal stabbing of two nuns in Mississippi
(CNN) A man has been arrested in the stabbing deaths of two nuns whose bodies were found in their home in rural Mississippi, authorities said. Margaret Held and Paula Merrill, both nurse practitioners, failed to show up for work Thursday at a clinic in ...
Man Charged in Murder of Two Mississippi Nuns That Has Shocked the Local Community
Man arrested in killing of nun who grew up in Stoneham
Man arrested in fatal stabbing of 2 nuns in Mississippi
US blood supply should be screened for Zika, FDA says
(CNN) The Food and Drug Administration has recommended screening the entire US blood supply for the Zika virus, it announced today, noting that screening donated blood is already underway in Florida and Puerto Rico. The new recommendation applies ...
Tropical System Could Make Florida's Zika Fight Even Harder
A Guide to Help Pregnant Women Reduce Their Zika Risk
Obama steps up pressure on Congress for Zika funding
Bangladeshi police: Dhaka terror attack planner killed
(CNN) Bangladeshi police killed one of the "suspected masterminds" of the July terror attack in Dhaka after an hour-long battle, authorities said. The suspect, Bangladeshi-Canadian Tamim Ahmed Chowdhury, was killed along with two others, the national ...
Bangladesh Police Kill Man Suspected of Planning Dhaka Bakery Attack
Suspected mastermind of deadly Bangladesh cafe siege is killed in police shootout
Bangladeshi Police Kill Alleged 'Mastermind' Of Cafe Attack That Left 22 Dead
New York Times
Painted as EpiPen Villain, Mylan's Chief Says She's No Such Thing
New York Times
Heather Bresch, chief of Mylan, which has a reputation for bare-knuckled tactics that have angered competitors and investors. Credit Andrew Hetherington/Redux. America has a new pharmaceutical villain. Her name is Heather Bresch. As the chief executive ...
Drug companies spend millions to keep charging high prices
What's next in the fight over EpiPen's ridiculously high prices?
Dear EpiPen Customers . . .