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Hillary Clinton calls Donald Trump a 'creep' in her new book, says he made her skin crawl
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Hillary Clinton calls Donald Trump a 'creep' in her new book, says he made her skin crawl

Washington: Former Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton in her new book has called President Donald Trump a "creep" and said he made her "skin crawl" by stalking her around the stage during a presidential debate.

Ferguson shooting: Michael Brown's family settles lawsuit with city council, 3 years after killing
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Ferguson shooting: Michael Brown's family settles lawsuit with city council, 3 years after killing

The parents of African-American teenager Michael Brown and the city of Ferguson, Missouri, have settled a lawsuit over his fatal shooting by a white city police officer in 2014, according to a court document filed on Monday

Breastfeeding mom asked to take down picture posted on Facebook, faces flak from users
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Breastfeeding mom asked to take down picture posted on Facebook, faces flak from users

Rebecca Wanosik, a young mother in Missouri in United States recently faced flak from Facebook users after she posted a picture where she is seen breastfeeding two babies — her own and a friends baby.

Robberies and injuries rising in Pokémon Go frenzy
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Robberies and injuries rising in Pokémon Go frenzy

New mobile game Pokemon Go has become an overnight sensation with U.S. fans but also played a role in armed robberies in Missouri, the discovery of a body in Wyoming and minor injuries to fans distracted by the app, officials and news media reported on Monday.

As Donald Trump builds his lead, Republican party leaders plot last minute ambush
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As Donald Trump builds his lead, Republican party leaders plot last minute ambush

Fearing a Donald Trump nomination to lead the Republican party, conservative leaders huddled in search of a plan to stop the billionaire businessman

Soldiers hit streets as US floods death toll mounts to 22
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Soldiers hit streets as US floods death toll mounts to 22

The Illinois National Guard was ordered into action Friday and hundreds of people urged to flee rising floodwaters, as the death toll from days of heavy rain in the US Midwest mounted.

Frantic fight against floods swamping US towns
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Frantic fight against floods swamping US towns

Soldiers and volunteers packed sand bags Wednesday in a frantic effort to stave off floodwaters that have already swamped several small towns and claimed thirteen lives in the US state of Missouri.

University of Missouri president leaves over race complaints after campus erupts in open revolt
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University of Missouri president leaves over race complaints after campus erupts in open revolt

The president of the University of Missouri system resigned Monday with the football team and others on campus in open revolt over his handling of racial tensions at the school.

Year after Michael Brown's death, another black teenager killed in police firing near Ferguson
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Year after Michael Brown's death, another black teenager killed in police firing near Ferguson

Police shot dead another black teenager near Ferguson on Wednesday, days after the first anniversary of death of Michael Brown in north St. Louis, Missouri.

Michael Brown's family to sue city of Ferguson over teen's death
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Michael Brown's family to sue city of Ferguson over teen's death

The family of an unarmed African American teenager killed by a white police officer in Ferguson, Missouri has said it will sue the city for his "wrongful death."

Kansas becomes first state to ban a second trimester abortion procedure
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Kansas becomes first state to ban a second trimester abortion procedure

Kansas became the first state to ban a common second trimester abortion procedure when Governor Sam Brownback, a Republican, on Tuesday signed into a law an act to halt what lawmakers said are "dismemberment abortions."

Michael Brown shooting: Ferguson police chief resigns after scathing federal report
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Michael Brown shooting: Ferguson police chief resigns after scathing federal report

The police chief in the St Louis suburb of Ferguson resigned Wednesday in the wake of a scathing US Justice Department report prompted by the fatal shooting of an unarmed black 18-year-old by a white police officer.

California: Protesters shut down police headquarters to protest killings
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California: Protesters shut down police headquarters to protest killings

Demonstrators blocked streets around police headquarters in California to protest recent grand jury decisions not to indict white officers who killed unarmed black men.

President Obama shuns 'militarized' police culture but stays away from riot-hit Ferguson
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President Obama shuns 'militarized' police culture but stays away from riot-hit Ferguson

Obama is staying away from Ferguson in the wake of the uproar over a jury's decision not to charge the cop who fatally shot 18-year-old Michael Brown.

Ferguson verdict: On Thanksgiving, cops arrest seven protesting against black teen's shooting
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Ferguson verdict: On Thanksgiving, cops arrest seven protesting against black teen's shooting

New York police arrested 7 protesters who tried to disrupt the Thanksgiving Day parade over the decision not to charge a Ferguson cop.

Ferguson Live: Dad of unarmed black teen killed by white cop says son was 'crucified'
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Ferguson Live: Dad of unarmed black teen killed by white cop says son was 'crucified'

Ferguson Live: The case relates to the death of 18-year-old Michael Brown who was shot dead by a white police officer Darren Wilson in August in Ferguson.

Ferguson aftermath: After two nights of racial unrest, streets fall silent
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Ferguson aftermath: After two nights of racial unrest, streets fall silent

The streets of Ferguson were mostly quiet after two nights of racially charged unrest following a jury decision to clear a white cop over killing of an unarmed black teen.

Ferguson: Two FBI agents shot; link to Michael Brown's verdict 'unclear'
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Ferguson: Two FBI agents shot; link to Michael Brown's verdict 'unclear'

It was not immediately clear if the incident was linked to racially-charged unrest in and around nearby Ferguson.

Ferguson verdict: What the future holds for the embattled US city
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Ferguson verdict: What the future holds for the embattled US city

Darren Wilson spoke publicly for the first time about the confrontation, and for the second straight night crowds poured into the streets of Ferguson.

Ferguson shooting: 12 buildings torched as protests intensify
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Ferguson shooting: 12 buildings torched as protests intensify

At least a dozen buildings were set on fire in Ferguson, Missouri, most of them destroyed, in a wave of civil unrest following a grand jury's decision not to indict a white police officer for fatally shooting an unarmed black teenager in August.