Monday, October 10, 2016

Video Review: A 1-Minute Guide to the Second Clinton-Trump Debateby Bloomberg

A 1-Minute Guide to the Second Clinton-Trump Debate

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From: Bloomberg
Duration: 01:22

Oct. 7 -- Democrat Hillary Clinton has at least one big advantage over her opponent Republican Donald Trump in the town hall presidential debate October 9th at Washington University in St. Louis. Bloomberg QuickTake looks at what it is and how both Clinton and Trump are preparing for the face off.

Американцы в последние месяцы опасаются клоунов. И вот почему 

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From: golosamerikius
Duration: 01:38

Американцы в последние месяцы опасаются клоунов. И вот почему

Iran-backed rebels fire at US Navy ship 

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From: FoxNewsChannel
Duration: 01:02

Conor Powell reports from Jerusalem

Personal attacks dominate second debate 

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From: FoxNewsChannel
Duration: 03:44

Mike Emanuel reports from St. Louis

David Bossie: Donald Trump proved he's a fighter

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From: FoxNewsChannel
Duration: 03:58

On 'America's Newsroom,' the deputy campaign manager discusses the Republican nominee's goals after the second presidential debate

Leaked Clinton speeches raise questions about her positions

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From: FoxNewsChannel
Duration: 04:36

Hillary in leaked speech: Jordan can't possibly vet all those Syrian refugees
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Workers Protest Trump Taj Mahal Casino Closing

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From: AssociatedPress
Duration: 00:50

Trump Taj Mahal casino has closed, becoming the fifth Atlantic City casino to go out of business since 2014. Just before its official closure Monday morning, workers protested outside. (Oct. 10)
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Analyst: Don't Count Google Out of Twitter Merger Talk

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From: WSJDigitalNetwork
Duration: 05:27

Twitter shares struggled to recover Friday after it became clear the number of potential suitors will be less than Wall Street had hoped. Moor Insights and Strategy president Patrick Moorhead has analysis on Lunch Break With Tanya Rivero, including a look at other possible suitors for the tech giant.

Eye on energy congress in Turkey’s Istanbul 

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From: AlJazeeraEnglish
Duration: 02:28

Russian President Vladimir Putin is expected to meet his Turkish counterpart Recep Tayyip Erdogan on the sidelines of the World Energy Congress in Istanbul.
More than 200 energy leaders from 85 countries are there to talk about energy policies. They are likely to discuss implementing the Turkish Stream gas pipeline, which would see gas delivered directly from Russia to Turkey. The project had been suspended for several months after the downing of a Russian jet near the border with Syria last year.
Al Jazeera’s Jamal Elshayyal reports from Istanbul.
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Wall Street rises as Clinton seen winner of second debate

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Melania Trump Trolls Clintons with ‘Pussy Bow’ Blouse at Debate 

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Melania Trump pussy bow (Patrick Semansky / Associated Press)
Melania Trump, wife of Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump, wore a Gucci blouse to the second presidential debate that is called a "pussy bow."

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Trump, Clinton spend much of debate insulting each other

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WASHINGTON (Reuters) - There was a moment in Sunday's U.S. presidential debate when Democrat Hillary Clinton was trying to fend off an attack from Republican rival Donald Trump about her use of a private email server while she was secretary of state.