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    Opinion: We need national standards on use of deadly force

    The two major party presidential candidates have very different views on how to address the use of deadly force by police officers in situations like the recent shootings in Tulsa and Charlotte. Hillary Clinton wants national standards for how and when police officers should use deadly force. Donald Trump wants more "stop and frisk." One proposal will likely reduce the improper use of deadly force, the other will almost certainly increase it.
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    Punctuation: Yep, it's got its own holiday

    Appreciate the apostrophe, salute the semicolon and exalt the exclamation point today. It's National Punctuation Day!
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    Opinion: Bee is right - Fallon should've pressed Trump

    Samantha Bee really went after Jimmy Fallon this week for his Donald Trump interview. In truth, he treated the GOP presidential nominee like a Kardashian. It was jokes and cuteness to the max, with Fallon even begging for permission to mess up Trump's orangish hair. (After some manufactured coyness, Trump agreed.)
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    Pippa Middleton royal photos hacked

    Images of the Duchess of Cambridge and her children are reportedly among some 3,000 images stolen in a hack of Pippa Middleton's iCloud account, according to Britain's Press Association news agency.
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    Police: Four dead at shooting at Washington mall

    Four people were killed in a shooting at a mall in Burlington, Washington, on Friday night, a spokesman for the state patrol tweeted. Police are searching for at least one shooter, and are sweeping stores in the mall, Sgt. Mark Francis said.
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    Charlotte mayor asks candidates to delay trips to city

    Charlotte Mayor Jennifer Roberts tells CNN's Erin Burnett that both candidates should delay their visits to the city as security resources are limited.
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    Charging the police: By the numbers

    Just six days after Tulsa police officer Betty Shelby was captured on video shooting Terence Crutcher, an unarmed black man, Oklahoma authorities charged her with felony manslaughter in the first degree.
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    The week in 40 photos

    Take a look at 40 photos of the week from September 16 through September 22.
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    S.Korea has plan to kill Kim Jong Un

    South Korea has elite troops on standby ready to assassinate Kim Jong Un if the country feels threatened by North Korean nuclear weapons, the country's defense minister revealed this week.
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    Charlotte protests largely peaceful past midnight curfew

    Protesters marched in Charlotte for a third night over the police shooting of Keith Lamont Scott -- remaining largely peaceful on the streets past a midnight curfew.
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    Opinion: If you could ask Clinton and Trump anything...

    What would you ask Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump if you were moderating the first presidential debate Monday night? Celebrities, writers and other newsmakers pose their questions on subjects including criminal justice, foreign policy and immigration. The views expressed are the writers' own. Share your question ideas in he comments section or @CNNOpinion.
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    Brad Pitt spoke with LAPD over family incident

    Brad Pitt spoke with Los Angeles authorities recently about an incident involving one of his children with Angelina Jolie, who filed for divorce this week.
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    Wells Fargo not only bank with intense sales tactics

    Most Americans were shocked when they learned that thousands of Wells Fargo employees had opened millions of fake accounts. People who work at other banks weren't surprised at all.
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    Don King drops N-word while introducing Trump

    The controversial boxing promoter Don King used the N-word while introducing Donald Trump during an event Wednesday in a church.
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    Clinton to give 'very personal' defense of foundation

    Bill Clinton will use his final speech at the Clinton Global Initiative on Wednesday to counter accusations that the charity organization provided a way for wealthy donors to buy access to Hillary Clinton, a line of attack Republicans have used throughout 2016.
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    Couple fights Alzheimer's together

    Ward and Eloise Hill first met in 1945 with a handshake in college. Now they hold hands at a memory care facility as Alzheimer's disease threatens to take away the memories they share after 68 years of marriage.
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    Brangelina split: What we know and don't know

    The news that Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie are no more was certainly a shocker.
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    '8 Mile,' 'LA Confidential' director dies

    Academy Award winning screenwriter Curtis Hanson has died. He was 71 years old.
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    Inside the largest jail system in the country

    Lisa Ling goes inside the Los Angeles County Jail, which also happens to be the largest mental health institution in the country. "This is Life" airs Sundays at 10 p.m. ET/PT.
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    Elizabeth Warren: Wells Fargo CEO should resign

    Senator Elizabeth Warren grilled John Stumpf about Wells Fargo's cross selling practices and calls for the CEO to be criminally prosecuted.
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    6 great secrets from the Trans-Siberian railway

    A century ago, a turbulent Russia was only months away from the simmering discontent among the impoverished peasant population that erupted into the Bolshevik Revolution.
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    21 of the world's most beautiful beachfront hotels

    From Australia to the Caribbean, there's no shortage of beautiful beachfront hotels around the world to choose from.
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    Social media can affect college admissions

    Hey, all you college-bound kids: What's the easiest thing you can do to impress prospective schools?
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    World's worst restoration at China's Great Wall?

    It's the repair job that's so ugly you can probably see it from space.
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    For Trump, key to 2016 could lie in Keystone State

    For Donald Trump, winning the state of Pennsylvania is an uphill fight.
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    Could India and Pakistan go to war?

    Could India and Pakistan really go to war? It almost seems an absurd question to ask.
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    Kaepernick says he has received death threats

    At the vanguard of debate about racial inequality in recent weeks, San Francisco 49ers quarterback Colin Kaepernick says he has received death threats for making his views known.
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    5 takeaways from Clinton and Trump's big money month

    With two months to go before Election Day, Democrats have the cash advantage in the race for the White House, but Republicans have the cash advantage in the race for the Senate.
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    Will the Latina vote sway 2016?

    Margarita MontaƱez came to the United States from Mexico in 1970 when she was 23 years old. She raised six children but says one of her greatest accomplishments was becoming a United States citizen in 1999.
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    Election 2016: Last call for working class whites?

    The biggest story of the 2016 election is undoubtedly the rise of Donald Trump, and behind the Republican nominee is a group in its last throes as the biggest force in politics: The white working class.
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    Report: Trump settled lawsuits with money from charity

    Donald Trump's campaign manager sought to downplay concerns raised by a report Tuesday that the Republican nominee's personal philanthropy used more than $250,000 to litigate lawsuits against opponents of his business interests.
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    Dangerous levels of chromium-6 in tap water, report says

    Dangerous levels of chromium-6 are contaminating tap water consumed by hundreds of millions of Americans, according to a national report released Tuesday.
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    US lauds sponsor of terror ... for fighting terror

    The State Department welcomed Sudan's efforts to counter ISIS and other terrorist groups Tuesday despite the fact that Sudan has been designated a state sponsor of terrorism for more than 20 years.
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    What we know about Rahami's wife

    Could Ahmad Khan Rahami's wife provide clues about the bombing suspect and his plans?
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    Where did Ahmad Khan Rahami travel?

    The man suspected of planting bombs in New York and New Jersey is a naturalized US citizen -- but has made several trips overseas.
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