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WATCH: Asked To Name Foreign Leader He Admires, Johnson Has Another 'Aleppo Moment'

Asked to name his favorite foreign leader, or any foreign leader he admires, Libertarian nominee for president Johnson was unable to come up with an answer.
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'This Is A Life': Hundreds Protest Shooting Of Unarmed Man In El Cajon

Police took nearly an hour to respond to a 911 call from a woman who said her mentally ill brother was acting erratically. About a minute after officers arrived on Tuesday, one shot and killed him.
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Tech Group To Set Industry Standards For Artificial Intelligence

Artificial intelligence is increasingly becoming part of everyday life: think Apple's Siri. Major tech firms formed a group to help the public understand AI and develop standards so it isn't misused.
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Early Voting Changes How Presidential Campaigns Operate

Iowa starts early voting on Thursday and within a few weeks, millions will be casting early ballots. Campaigns are keeping track of how many Democrats or Republicans ask for and turn in early ballots.
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Lawmakers In Congress Override Obama's Veto Of Sept. 11 Lawsuit Bill

Renee Montagne talks to former Senator Bob Graham about the congressional override of President Obama's veto of a bill that would allow Sept. 11 victims' families to sue the Saudi government.
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The Scandal That Envelops Wells Fargo Keeps Growing

Wells Fargo CEO John Stumpf goes before the House Financial Services Committee on Thursday to further respond to questions about the misuse of customer accounts. Former employees are suing the bank.
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FCC To Vote On Controverisal Set-Top-Box Plan

The Federal Communications Commission is scheduled to vote Thursday on a proposal to free you from having to rent your set-top box in order to watch cable TV. But the idea is not without controversy.
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'Working' Then & Now: Black Chicago Police Officer

In 1971, Studs Terkel interviewed Renault Robinson, one of the city's few black officers. Robinson spoke bluntly about the role of race in urban policing.
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Maine Teen Stopped For Driving Twice The Speed Limit On I-95

Police say the 18-year-old driver of a Dodge Neon was driving at 146 mph. The speed limit is 70. The state policemen who stopped the driver said it was the fastest he'd ever clocked someone driving.
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Seattle Swings Between Hounding The Homeless And Leaving Them Alone

As West Coast cities have seen a boom in homelessness, some have declared emergencies. But debates have broken out over how much tolerance should be shown to illegal camps in public spaces.

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