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President Obama chastised supporters at a Hillary Clinton rally in NC who turned on a protester supporting Donald Trump. Obama told the booing crowd to sit down and be quiet and warning if they lose focus, they'll be in trouble on Election Day (Nov. 4).

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Hillary Clinton criticized Donald Trump at a campaign rally in Detroit Friday for painting a negative picture of black Americans (Nov. 4).
 

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Two New York police sergeants were shot, one fatally, in an exchange of gunfire on Friday with a man suspected of breaking into a woman's home, authorities said. The gunman also was killed (Nov. 4).

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Highlights of this day in history: FDR wins unprecedented third term in the White House; Richard Nixon elected President; Former President Reagan says he has Alzheimer's; George Foreman sets boxing record; Pianist Vladimir Horowitz dies (Nov. 5).

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The Statue of Liberty is dedicated in New York; Benito Mussolini takes control of the Italian government; The Cuban Missile Crisis ends; Microsoft co-founder Bill Gates and actress Julia Roberts are born (Oct. 28).

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AT&T and Time Warner are playing up how their $85.4 billion merger will lead to innovative new experiences for customers. But analysts, public-interest groups and some politicians like Donald Trump are far from convinced (Oct. 24).

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Kathleen G. Kane, 50, The first woman elected Pennsylvania's top prosecutor has been sentenced to 10 to 23 months in jail for illegally disclosing details from a grand jury investigation to embarrass a rival and then lying about it under oath (Oct. 24).

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Researchers are hoping they’ve found what’s causing some bird species’ beaks to grow twice as fast as normal. The disease is called avian keratin disorder. Affected birds grow beaks that are freakishly long and that sometimes curve up or down (Oct. 25).

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Chicago Cubs fans are paying upwards of six thousand dollars to sit in the cheap seats at Wrigley Field for the team's first World Series since 1945. Jesse Lawrence of TicketIQ says the prices are setting new records for baseball (Oct. 24).

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MIAMI Fla. -- Today in History for Oct 25, 1962: Adalai Stevenson, US ambassadar to the United Nations Adlai Stevenson demands USSR UN rep. Valerian Zorin explain  photographic evidence of Soviet-built missile bases in Cuba, stating in part: "I am prepared to wait for my answer until Hell freezes over."

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