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In this Oct. 4, 2016 photo, Alpay Balkir and his son Ryan speak to a reporter after school in Falmouth, Maine, The town of Falmouth is one of several municipalities that has canceled school on Election Day to avoid placing children at risk in case the heated rhetoric spills into confrontations or even violence at the polling places. Balkir said he is glad children will be home. (AP Photo/Robert F. Bukaty)
Fearing Election Day trouble, some US schools cancel classesSome communities around the U.S. are moving polling places out of schools or canceling classes on Election Day, fearing confrontations or even violence that could threaten the safety of students
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Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump listens to a speaker during a meeting with Cuban supporters at Trump National Doral, Tuesday, Oct. 25, 2016, in Miami. (AP Photo/ Evan Vucci)
The Latest: FBI ready to respond to Election Day crimesThe Justice Department and FBI say they will have officials ready on Election Day to respond to potential crimes
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FILE - This Jan. 4, 2010, file photo shows an historic marker on Wall Street in New York. Stocks opened slightly lower on Wall Street, Tuesday, Oct. 25, 2016, as some companies issue disappointing earnings and forecasts. (AP Photo/Mark Lennihan, File)
Stocks slip as earnings hit consumer companiesUS stocks are down as weak earnings hit consumer companies like Under Armour and Whirlpool
The Associated Press35 minutes ago
FILE - This March 11, 2016, file photo shows the Mar-A-Lago Club, owned by Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump, in Palm Beach, Fla. A staple of Palm Beach's high-end philanthropy circuit, the Mar-a-Lago Club boasts rich history, an 800-seat ballroom and ocean views. Trump has suggested that his presidential campaign will boost his hotel business and personal brand. But after a tumultuous run up to the election, including lewd statements about women and derogatory remarks about immigrants, there’s some evidence that Trump’s brand is being tarnished. (AP Photo/Lynne Sladky, File)
Trump brand loses luster with affluentDonald Trump, whose worth is estimated by Forbes at about $3.7 billion, has suggested that his presidential campaign will boost his hotel business and personal brand
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FILE - In this Friday, Oct. 21, 2016 file photo, Robert D'Andrea, a retired Army major and Iraq war veteran, holds a frame with a photo of his team on his first deployment to Iraq in his home in Los Angeles. Nearly 10,000 California National Guard soldiers have been ordered to repay huge enlistment bonuses a decade after signing up to serve in Iraq and Afghanistan, the Los Angeles Times reported Saturday. (Al Seib/Los Angeles Times via AP, File)
Ryan urges Pentagon to suspend collection of Guard bonusesHouse Speaker Paul Ryan calls for the Pentagon to immediately suspend efforts to recover enlistment bonuses paid to nearly 10,000 soldiers in California who signed up to serve in Iraq and Afghanistan
The Associated Press36 minutes ago
FILE - In this Dec. 10, 1994 file photo, PLO leader Yasser Arafat, left, Israeli Prime Minister Yitzhak Rabin, centre, and Israeli Foreign Minister Shimon Peres pose with their medals and diplomas, after receiving the 1994 Nobel Peace Prize in Oslo's City Hall. Nasser al-Qidweh, nephew of Yasser Arafat says the Hamas militant group has returned the late Palestinian leader’s 1994 Nobel Peace Prize to the Palestinian government in the West Bank. al-Qidweh said Tuesday that the medal will be among dozens of Arafat’s belongings to be displayed in a new museum opening in Ramallah on Nov. 9. Qidweh is president of the Arafat Institute. (AP Photo, File)
Arafat museum recovers Nobel prize from HamasA new museum dedicated to the late Palestinian leader Yasser Arafat will display his 1994 Nobel Peace Prize _ now that the Hamas militant group has returned the medal to the rival Palestinian government in the West Bank
The Associated Press39 minutes ago
FILE - In this Thursday, Sept. 8, 2016 file photo, President of European Central Bank Mario Draghi speaks during a news conference in Frankfurt, Germany, following a meeting of the ECB governing council.  European Central Bank head Mario Draghi is defending the current low level of interest rates against charges they hurt savers and favor the wealthy. Draghi said in a speech in Berlin on Tuesday  Oct. 25, 2016 that low rates are a symptom of underlying weak investment and excess savings, which central banks must take into account.  (AP Photo/Michael Probst, File)
ECB chief: low interest rates don't make inequality worseEuropean Central Bank head Mario Draghi is defending the central bank's stimulus measures and low interest rates against concerns they hurt savers and favor the wealthy
The Associated Press43 minutes ago
San Francisco police arrest local filmmaker in homicideA San Francisco filmmaker and community activist has been arrested in connection with the fatal shooting of a man on Monday
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2 Ugandans arrested demonstrating for Trump at US embassy2 Ugandans arrested demonstrating for Trump outside US embassy, police say
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