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FBI Director James Comey told lawmakers Sunday the agency hasn't changed its opinion that Hillary Clinton should not face criminal charges after a review of new emails.
Lynn Sweet, the Washington Bureau Chief of the Chicago Sun-Times, said Sunday that when it comes to reporting on Hillary Clinton, female journalists are not biased compared to their male colleagues.
On average, Americans consume more than 40 gallons of sugary drinks each year. In an effort to change what is apparently an everyday behavior for many people, public health researchers at the University of California, San Francisco took a bold step. They persuaded every vendor on campus to stop selling beverages with added sugar.
Everyone is watching it, and they never shut up about it. It feels like it will never end, and there are constant last-minute surprises. It's a story about violence, power and sex -- all entirely divorced from reality.
US-backed militia groups in Syria said they're launching an operation to seize ISIS' de facto capital, Raqqa, in coordination with international coalition forces. According to the statement, the Syrian Democratic Forces established a joint operations center Saturday night for the military campaign "Euphrates Rage," which includes multiple Arab, Kurdish and Turkmen militia groups. The operation was announced just days after Iraqi forces entered the city of Mosul, where they are now in a fierce battle with ISIS militants. There has been no official comment by the US-led coalition regarding the launch of a new Raqqa offensive.
A "proud" Andy Murray is the new world number one after Milos Raonic withdrew from their Paris Masters semifinal Saturday through injury.
Donald Trump leads Hillary Clinton by 7 points in Iowa, according to a Des Moines Register poll of likely voters released Saturday evening.
In Saturday's cold open sketch for the final episode of the NBC variety show before Election Day, Alec Baldwin and Kate McKinnon broke out of their Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton characters to stop the mudslinging of 2016.
This election offers a fundamental choice: between staying on the path of decline, or a way that offers more freedom for every single American, says Paul Ryan.