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Obama admin pressed for answers on ‘secret’ deal aiding Iranian banks
The Obama administration is coming under tough new criticism for its dealings with Tehran after a Wall Street Journal report claimed the U.S. agreed to sign a “secret document” lifting international sanctions on Iranian banks just as the regime was ...


Lyft driver in Florida arrested for sexually assaulting customer three months after attack as cops say car service was slow to cooperate
A Lyft driver in Florida was busted for sexually assaulting a customer nearly three months after the attack took place, and Orlando cops say the car service company could have been more help. Peter Solomon, 49, picked up the woman on the night of July 1 ...


Migraines could be tied to another common health problem
People with frequent migraines have a greater risk of the thyroid condition hypothyroidism, a new study suggests. People with migraines and other headache disorders have a greater risk of a thyroid disease known as hypothyroidism, a new study suggests.


Clinton: Expand Public Service Opportunities
Clinton: Expand Public Service Opportunities Hillary Clinton promoted her plans to expand public service opportunities Friday at a campaign rally in Florida. She proposed increasing national service by expanding Americorps, and offering student loan ...


Trump camp returns fire, targets Clintons’ treatment of women
Donald Trump’s campaign is signaling that Bill Clinton’s history of affairs and alleged sexual misconduct – as well as Hillary Clinton’s treatment of the women involved – is now fair game, after his Democratic opponent took the first shot by ...


Judge denies new trial bid for ex-caregiver convicted in tot's death
LAKE COUNTY, Ill. -- A Lake County judge has denied a request for a new trial by a former suburban Chicago day care worker convicted in the 2011 death of a toddler in her care. Lawyers for Melissa Calusinski say a set of X-rays of Benjamin Kingan found in ...


Mentally ill man with knife dies in struggle with Pasadena police, witness says
Homicide detectives are investigating the death of a mentally ill man who died early Friday morning in a struggle with Pasadena police officers, according to the man’s partner, who says she witnessed the incident. The man, whose identity has not yet been ...


'Clown-related threats' prompt Long Island high school lockdown
This Long Island school superintendent is not clowning around. Glenn Eschbach, the head of the North Babylon School District, locked down the town’s high school Friday after the school was targeted by what were called “clown-related threats” on ...


Key Players in the Amanda Knox Trial: Where Are They Now?
British student Meredith Kercher was murdered in 2007, and since then the investigation and trial surrounding her death has taken over the world. Because of the time that has passed since all of the legal upheaval took place, E! News is looking back at the ...


Polls Show Debate Performance Gave Hillary Clinton a Lift
Hillary Clinton’s strong debate performance has lifted her standing in a handful of battleground state polls, an indication that her first face-off against Donald J. Trump halted the surge he was enjoying for much of September. A poll of Florida voters ...


Wells Fargo made me work overtime -- without extra pay
Wells Fargo's notorious pressure-cooker culture led the bank to force some hourly employees to work late without overtime pay, former workers say. The mandatory overtime took place during "call nights," where workers would call customers to sell them ...


Amazon's new GPU-cloud wants to chew through your AI and big data projects
Amazon Web Services (AWS) has unveiled a new GPU-powered cloud computing service for artificial intelligence, seismic analysis, molecular modeling, genomics, and other applications that need vast amounts of parallel processing power. AWS said its P2 ...


There's a small chance the Tigers will have by far the craziest postseason schedule ever
OK, so check this out: The Indians-Tigers game set for Thursday at Comerica Park in Detroit was rained out and will be played on Monday if it is necessary to determine either the Tigers’ Wild Card fate or the Indians’ home-field advantage status for ...


President Obama Honors Iconic Olympic Protesters
It's been early 50 years after Olympic sprinters Tommie Smith and John Carlos were vilified after raising their black-gloved fists in protest on the medal podium at the 1968 Olympics in Mexico City. On Thursday President Obama, hosted the Olympians at the ...