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Poll, Pundits Call Pence Winner of VP Debate

Poll, Pundits Call Pence Winner of VP Debate

Like him or loathe him, choosing apprentices appears to be one thing Donald Trump definitely excels at. Numerous pundits are calling Trump running mate Mike Pence the winner of Tuesday night's vice presidential debate...Keep reading » 
  


 
Florida Preparing for 'Direct Hit' From Hurricane

Florida Preparing for 'Direct Hit' From Hurricane

Florida Gov. Rick Scott is warning residents to "prepare for a direct hit" from Hurricane Matthew, expected to arrive on the US coast as soon as Thursday. The "extremely dangerous" storm crossed Haiti... Keep reading » 
  


 
Defense: Dad Committed No Crime in Son's Hot-Car Death

Defense: Dad Committed No Crime in Son's Hot-Car Death

A Georgia man charged with killing his toddler son wept in court Tuesday as his attorney told a jury the child's death two years ago inside a hot SUV is certainly the father's... Keep reading » 
  


 


3 Makers of 'Molecular Machine' Share Chemistry Nobel

3 Makers of 'Molecular Machine' Share Chemistry Nobel

Frenchman Jean-Pierre Sauvage, British-born Fraser Stoddart, and Dutch scientist Bernard Feringa have won the Nobel Prize in chemistry for developing molecular machines, the AP reports. The laureates will share the $930,000 prize for the... Keep reading » 
  


 
Bill Clinton Changes Tune After Calling ObamaCare 'Crazy'

Bill Clinton Changes Tune After Calling ObamaCare 'Crazy'

Bill Clinton seems to have belatedly realized that calling ObamaCare a "crazy system" isn't going to help his wife's campaign. He chose his words more carefully on the campaign trail Tuesday after... Keep reading » 
  


 
Utah Cops: You Can't Just Shoot Clowns

Utah Cops: You Can't Just Shoot Clowns

With the recent spate of clown sightings, clown hoaxes, and assorted weirdness sweeping the US, police in a Utah town have felt it necessary to clarify the law on shooting them. "Can I shoot... Keep reading » 
  


 
Oregon Teen Invents 'Smart Bandage'

Oregon Teen Invents 'Smart Bandage'

An Oregon teenager has invented a bandage that can tell doctors when it needs to be changed, impressing Google judges and securing a $15,000 scholarship. Anushka Naiknaware, 13, placed in the top eight in...Keep reading » 
  


 
Book Dealer Murdered for Rare Copy of Children's Classic

Book Dealer Murdered for Rare Copy of Children's Classic

A British murder over a rare copy of The Wind in the Willows sounds like something out of Agatha Christie: Prosecutors say Michael Danaher plotted for months to kill book dealer Adrian Greenwood and steal... Keep reading »