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US Elections: Donald Trump vs Hillary Clinton - Poll shows very tight presidential race in Florida, North Carolina

US Elections: Donald Trump vs Hillary Clinton - Poll shows very tight presidential race in Florida, North Carolina

Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton are neck and neck in the race for the White House!

Donald Trump proposes 35 percent tax on US companies that outsource production

Donald Trump proposes 35 percent tax on US companies that outsource production

US Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump said on Saturday that he will impose 35 percent tax on US companies that lay off workers while outsourcing their production to other countries.

30 million ballots cast in US presidential election early voting

30 million ballots cast in US presidential election early voting

With over 30 million ballots cast in the US presidential election early voting, Democrats were building a lead in North Carolina and Nevada states, while Republicans maintained an edge in Florida and Ohio, according to a CNN analysis.

You love me? Vote for her! Barack Obama hits frontline for Hillary Clinton

You love me? Vote for her! Barack Obama hits frontline for Hillary Clinton

How do you gift your popularity to someone else? As Barack Obama rolls up his sleeves to ensure Hillary Clinton succeeds him in the White House, his argument increasingly boils down to a simple message: Do it for me.

Republican Party office in North Carolina firebombed; Donald Trump blames 'animals representing Hillary Clinton'

Republican Party office in North Carolina firebombed; Donald Trump blames 'animals representing Hillary Clinton'

A Republican Party office in North Carolina was firebombed in an attack that presidential candidate Donald Trump blamed on "animals representing Hillary Clinton", despite the Democratic candidate also condemning the incident.

Pakistani boy, 7, beaten on US school bus for 'being Muslim'; family leaves "Donald Trump's America"

Pakistani boy, 7, beaten on US school bus for 'being Muslim'; family leaves "Donald Trump's America"

Abdul Usmani's parents have alleged that their son was bullied and beaten by five students on the bus while returning home from Weatherstone Elementary School.

Barack Obama tells students at town hall about how failures have shaped him

Barack Obama recounted the fallout from his first presidential debate in his ultimately successful 2012 election race against Republican Mitt Romney.
 

Barack Obama declares major disaster in North Carolina from Hurricane Matthew

Barack Obama declares major disaster in North Carolina from Hurricane Matthew

President Barack Obama declared a state of emergency in North Carolina on Monday after Hurricane Matthew roared through the state over the weekend, the White House said.

Matthew triggers severe flooding in Carolina; US death toll at 16

Matthew triggers severe flooding in Carolina; US death toll at 16

The storm, which killed more than 500 in Haiti before it pounded the East Coast for days, was stripped of hurricane status just before daybreak.

Serena Williams speaks out against police killings, says  'silence is betrayal'

Serena Williams speaks out against police killings, says 'silence is betrayal'

The 35-year-old reflected on the recent deaths of African-American men at the hands of law enforcement.

Charlotte march peaceful, pressure rises to release shooting tapes

Charlotte march peaceful, pressure rises to release shooting tapes

The family of Keith Scott on Friday released a two-minute video recorded by Scott`s wife, Rakeyia, including audio of her pleading.

Hillary Clinton postpones trip to Charlotte

US Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton has postponed a trip planned for Sunday to Charlotte, North Carolina, which has seen sometimes violent protests after a black man was killed by police earlier this week.

Protesters remain on Charlotte streets, defying midnight curfew

Protesters remain on Charlotte streets, defying midnight curfew

Hundreds of protesters defied a midnight (0400 GMT) curfew Friday and continued demonstrations in Charlotte, North Carolina over the fatal police shooting of a black man.

Violent protests after fatal police shooting injure 12 officers in Charlotte

Twelve officers have been injured during continuing protests in a North Carolina city sparked by the fatal police shooting of an African-American man, officials said on Wednesday.

Another black man killed by police in US, protests erupt

Tensions flared in Charlotte, North Carolina, on Tuesday after police fatally shot a 43-year-old black man who they said was armed with a gun when officers approached him in the parking lot of an apartment complex.

Early voting for 2016 US election formally kicks off

Early voting for the 2016 US presidential election kicked off on Friday in North Carolina, ushering in a two-month period of advance voting before the final results will be tallied on Election Day on November 8.

Two men arrested in US for hacking emails of top officials

Two men suspected of belonging to a network that hacked the emails of top American officials including CIA chief John Brennan were arrested in North Carolina, the authorities announced.

Hermine leaves two dead as storm crashes US holiday weekend

Former hurricane Hermine churned Saturday off the US East Coast, killing a second victim as it threatened deadly flooding and spoiled beach plans for the summer`s last holiday weekend.

Donald Trump sparks new row, says gun rights activists can stop Hillary Clinton

Donald Trump sparks new row, says gun rights activists can stop Hillary Clinton

Igniting a new controversy, Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump has said that gun rights activists could stop Hillary Clinton from winning the polls and picking new Supreme Court judges, a remark strongly criticised as a threat of violence against his Democratic rival.

North Carolina man charged with trying to aid Islamic State: Justice Department

A North Carolina man was arrested Thursday on a charge of conspiring to provide material support to the Islamic State militant group by attempting to recruit people to carry out an attack in the United States, the Justice Department said.