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Trump Attacks Clinton on Foundation Following Reports

Republican Presidential nominee Donald Trump  in Austin, Texas on August 23, 2016. Thousands of attended Trump's address in Austin, traditionally a a progressive bastion in conservative Texas.  (John Moore/Getty Images)
Republican Presidential nominee Donald Trump in Austin, Texas on August 23, 2016. Thousands of attended Trump's address in Austin, traditionally a a progressive bastion in conservative Texas. (John Moore/Getty Images)

Donald Trump capitalized on new reports showing that his opponent Hillary Clinton had met with Clinton Foundation donors while she was secretary of state. The Associated...


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  • Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump holds a Hispanic advisory roundtable meeting in New York on Aug. 20, 2016. At right is Jovita Carranza, former Small Business Administration Deputy Administrator. (AP Photo/Gerald Herbert)

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  • Former New York City Mayor Rudy Giuliani introduces Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump at a rally on August 18, 2016 at the Charlotte Convention Center in Charlotte, North Carolina. Trump continues to campaign for his run for President of the United States.(Brian Blanco/Getty Images)

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  • (FILE) Paul Manafort, former campaign manager for Donald Trump, checks the teleprompters before Trump's speech at the Mayflower Hotel April 27, 2016 in Washington, DC. (Chip Somodevilla/Getty Images)

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  • Secretary of State John Kerry (R) is joined by former secretaries of state Hillary Clinton (C) and Colin Powell during the ceremonial groundbreaking for the future U.S. Diplomacy Center at the State Department's Harry S. Truman Building in Washington on September 3, 2014. (Chip Somodevilla/Getty Images)

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    14-year-old Accused of Killing Grandma During Fight Over School

    HARBORCREEK, Pa.—A 14-year-old Pennsylvania boy has been charged with fatally shooting his grandmother during an argument over school. Hunter Riley Reeser, of Harborcreek Township, is... Read more

  • Sam Harris, center, older brother of Daniel Harris signs to the crowd during a candlelight vigil along Seven Oaks Drive to remember Daniel Harris, Monday, Aug. 22, 2016 in Charlotte, N.C. Daniel Harris, a deaf man who was shot and killed by a North Carolina state trooper after he didn’t stop for the officer’s blue lights was unarmed and likely did not understand the officer’s commands, the slain man’s family says.  (David T. Foster III/The Charlotte Observer via AP)

    Deaf Driver’s Shooting Death by Trooper Under Investigation

    CHARLOTTE, N.C.—The North Carolina Highway Patrol is urging people not to jump to conclusions as state agents investigate how a deaf driver with a history... Read more

  • (Facebook)

    Sheriff: Face-Biting Suspect May Have Ingested Chemical

    STUART, Fla.—The college student caught biting a victim’s face after stabbing and beating the man and his wife to death in a random attack may... Read more

  • This Aug. 12, 2016 file photo provided by the Tulsa County Sheriff's Office, shows Stanley Majors. Majors has been charged with first-degree murder and committing a hate crime in the killing of his Lebanese neighbor, Khalid Jabara. (Tulsa County Sheriff's Office via AP, File)

    Okla. Man Charged With Murder of Neighbor

    TULSA, Okla. — Prosecutors charged a Tulsa man on Tuesday with first-degree murder and committing a hate crime in the killing of his Lebanese neighbor... Read more

  • Adam Hilaire was killed on Aug. 19 after an online date allegedly set him up in an armed robbery. (Facebook/Adam Hilarie)

    Florida Father Killed After Online Date Sets Him Up For Armed Robbery

    A Florida father was shot and killed after an online date conspired to have him robbed, according to local authorities. Adam Hilarie and 18-year-old Hailey... Read more

  • FILE - This June 27, 2011 file photo shows Santa Clara County Superior Court Judge Aaron Persky, who drew criticism for sentencing former Stanford University swimmer Brock Turner to only six months in jail for sexually assaulting an unconscious woman. Persky is set to make his first key decision on Aug. 25, 2016,  in a sex crime case since receiving harsh criticism for the light sentence given to Turner.  (Jason Doiy/The Recorder via AP, File)

    Stanford Sex Assault Judge Bows out From Upcoming Sex Case

    PALO ALTO, Calif.—A California judge under fire for a light sentence given to a Stanford University swimmer has recused himself from making his first key... Read more

  • Cancer patient Shannon Vincel was beaten to death outside of an Illinois treatment center on Aug. 22. (Facebook/Shannon Vincel)

    Patient Killed in Attack Outside Illinois Cancer Treatment Center

    A cancer patient seeking treatment hundreds of miles away from home was beaten to death outside of an Illinois treatment center, according to local authorities. Shannon... Read more

  • (Shi Yali/Shutterstock)

    91-Year-Old Man Shoots Robber in Detroit

    EASTPOINTE, Mich.—A 91-year-old man has shot and wounded another man who was apparently trying to rob him outside a Detroit-area store. Eastpointe police say the... Read more

  • Crime scene tape marks the home on Jim Platt Road near Citronelle, Ala., Sunday, Aug. 21, 2016, where authorities said five people were killed on Saturday. Police said that Derrick Dearman, 27, of Leakesville, Miss., has been taken into custody in connection with the murders. (John Sharp/AL.com via AP)

    Man Held in Murders of Five Blames Massacre on Drugs

    CITRONELLE, Ala.—Under arrest and shackled following the slaying of five friends in a rural home, a Mississippi man professed his love for the estranged girlfriend... Read more

  • A photo provided by the Greene County Sheriff's Department shows Derrick Dearman, a suspect in the Saturday massacre of five adults in Citronelle Ala. Dearman, of Leakesville, Mississippi Aug. 21, 2016. (George County Sheriff's Department via AP)

    Man Held in 5 Slayings Blames Massacre on Drugs

    CITRONELLE, Ala.—Under arrest and shackled following the slaying of five friends in a rural home, a Mississippi man professed his love for the estranged girlfriend... Read more

  • Zachary Penton, 21, is accused of murdering his roommate in Arizona (Maricopa County Sheriff's Department)

    Arizona Man Arrested for Killing Roommate After Tweeting About Murdering Him a Day Before

    An Arizona man was arrested for allegedly shooting and killing his roommate after a fight. Zachary Penton, 21, had threatened to “viciously murder” his roommates... Read more

  • (Facebook)

    Tenn. Father Charged in Girl’s Death Fails Drug Test

    HENDERSONVILLE, Tenn.—A Tennessee man accused of fatally shooting his 11-year-old daughter in a Nashville suburb has failed a drug test three days after bonding out... Read more

  • (Shi Yali/Shutterstock)

    Police Arrest Georgia Woman They Say Left 3 Kids in Hot Car

    HIRAM, Ga.—Police arrested a Georgia woman they say left her three young children in a hot car. Hiram Police Chief Todd Vandezande said in a... Read more

  • A Chicago crime scene on March 14, 2016.  (Erin Hooley/Chicago Tribune via AP)

    Chicago Shootings Update: 47 Injured, 7 Killed

    Seven people were killed and another 47 people were wounded, including an 8-year-old girl, in shootings across Chicago between Friday evening and Sunday evening, Chicago Police... Read more

  • (Meeker County Sheriff's Department)

    Minnesota Man Jailed in Death of Co-Worker’s 5-Year-Old Daughter

    LITCHFIELD, Minn.—A man has been jailed on suspicion of first-degree murder and kidnapping in the death of a co-worker’s 5-year-old daughter whose mother says was... Read more

  • This photo provided by WEWS-TV shows the cordoned site where a vehicle slammed into a crowd at an outdoor concert in Parma Heights, south of Cleveland on Sunday, Aug. 21, 2016. The 74-year-old driver of a car that slammed into a crowd at an outdoor community concert in Ohio injuring several people, a few of them seriously, confused the brake with the gas pedal, police said. (WEWS-TV via AP)

    Car Slams Into Crowd at Outdoor Concert in Ohio Injuring Nine

    PARMA HEIGHTS, Ohio—The 74-year-old driver of a car that slammed into a crowd at an outdoor community concert in Ohio injuring nine people, two of... Read more

  • Ambulances wait along Jim Platt Road west of Citronelle, Ala., joining a stream of law enforcement vehicles at the scene of multiple homicides on Saturday, Aug. 20, 2016. The suspect in the killing of multiple people at a home in Alabama attacked them while they slept and then abducted his estranged girlfriend and an infant, both of whom were found alive, authorities said Sunday.  (Lawrence Specker/AL.com via AP)

    Sheriff: 5 Slain in Alabama Massacre Included Pregnant Woman

    ATLANTA—The five people slain in a massacre at a south Alabama home included a woman who was five months pregnant, Mobile County authorities said. The... Read more

  • Morgan Geyser is led into the courtroom at Waukesha County Court, Friday, Aug. 19, 2016 in Waukesha, Wis. Geyser, one of two girls accused of trying to kill a 12-year-old classmate to please horror character Slender Man two years ago pleaded not guilty Friday by reason of insanity. (Michael Sears/Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel via AP)

    Wisconsin Girl, 14, Pleads Insanity in Slender Man Attack

    MADISON, Wis.—One of two girls accused of trying to kill a 12-year-old classmate to please horror character Slender Man two years ago pleaded not guilty... Read more

  • (Shi Yali/Shutterstock)

    13 People Shot, Wounded at Connecticut House Party

    BRIDGEPORT, Conn.—Police in Connecticut are investigating what they say was an unusual outburst of violence in Bridgeport when 13 people were shot and wounded at... Read more

  • A photo shows an officer (AP Photo/Matt Rourke)

    Suspect’s Ex-girlfriend Lived at Alabama Home Where Five Killed

    CITRONELLE, Ala.—The suspect in the killing of five people at a home in Alabama attacked them while they slept and then abducted his estranged girlfriend... Read more

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