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Migrants Leave The Jungle Refugee Camp In Calais
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The Fall of the Jungle

Crews have started dismantling the "Jungle" migrant camp in Calais, France, the Associated Press reports. Roughly 1,900 migrants left the slum voluntarily to travel to other centers across France, police descended on the camp to begin tearing it down

Donald Trump Holds Campaign Rally In St. Augustine, Florida

Trump on Polling: The Fix Is In

Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump's newest conspiracy theory is that pollsters are over-sampling Democrats to make it seem like he's down in the polls. Trump has seen his polling numbers collapse over the past several weeks

US Vice President Joe Biden Speaking At Edward M. Kennedy Institute

Biden Hits Trump Over Russian Hacking

Vice President Joe Biden harshly criticized Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump for not acknowledging that Russian hackers are behind the leaks of Democratic emails. Biden argued that Trump's remarks played into the hands of Russian leader Vladimir Putin

President Obama Campaigns For Hillary Clinton In Las Vegas Area

Obamacare Premiums Will Rise by Next Year

Premiums will go up sharply next year under President Barack Obama's health care law, and many consumers will be down to just one insurer, the administration confirmed. That will stoke another "Obamacare" controversy days before a presidential election

APTOPIX Mideast Iraq Mosul

Iraqi Forces Battle ISIS in Remote Western Town

Iraqi forces, backed by U.S.-led coalition airstrikes, are battling Islamic State militants for a third day in Rutba, a remote western town hundreds of miles to the south of the operation to retake Mosul

Breast feeding

Breastfeeding Programs Help New Moms Stick With It

Breastfeeding has been linked to a lower risk of negative health outcomes for both baby and mother, yet the practice is still unevenly adopted.Now a panel of experts has found that programs designed to encourage women to breastfeed really do work


Half of American Voters Are Stressed About Election

Two weeks away from Election Day, nearly half of American voters are experiencing election-related stress, according to a new poll. The ABC News poll found that 46% of likely voters said the 2016 election is stressful


Vatican Publishes Cremation Guidelines

The Vatican published guidelines for Catholics who want to be cremated, saying their remains cannot be scattered, divvied up or kept at home but rather stored in a sacred, church-approved place


2 Dead After Shooting at Virginia Rail Car Company

Police say a man fatally shot someone and wounded several others inside a rail car manufacturing company in Virginia before apparently killing himself. Officials said that less than five others were injured in the workplace shooting

Fatal Tour Bus Crash

Authorities: Bus Driver Didn't Brake Before California Crash

Authorities say there is no indication that the bus driver who rammed into a big rig in California had hit the brakes before the fatal crash. The driver and 12 passengers were killed in what is said to have been the deadliest wreck in California history

All Parliamentary Group Discuss Options For Airport Expansion

Heathrow Airport Expansion Cleared for Takeoff

Britain's government has given the go-ahead to build a third runway at London's Heathrow airport despite concerns about air pollution, noise and the destruction of homes in the capital's densely populated western neighborhoods