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Highlights of this day in history: Bolshevik Revolution takes place; America's 2000 presidential vote faces limbo; Nixon loses Calif. governor's race; Tacoma Narrows Bridge collapses; Evangelist Billy Graham and singer Joni Mitchell born (Nov. 7).

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Donald Trump is bragging that he doesn't need celebrities like Jay Z to fill up arenas. Trump tells a Tampa, Florida, rally that when it comes to drawing crowds, he does it the old-fashioned way, by appealing to supporters drawn to his message (Nov. 5).
 

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Tens of thousands of South Koreans poured into the streets of Seoul on Saturday to demand that President Park Geun-hye step down amid an explosive political scandal (Nov. 5).

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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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