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msnbc.com : 29 minutes ago
Today's edition of quick hits.
bbc.co.uk : 33 minutes ago
One of the longest-serving and most prominent leaders of so-called Islamic State, Abu Mohammad al-Adnani, is killed in the Syrian province of Aleppo.
bbc.co.uk : 52 minutes ago
NFL quarterback Colin Kaepernick should find another country, said Donald Trump after the player sat through the national anthem to protest over race relations.
bbc.co.uk : 57 minutes ago
The US welcomes a pause in fighting between Turkish and Kurdish forces in northern Syria, urging them to focus on fighting so-called Islamic State.
msnbc.com : 1.1 hours ago
Why is 35 a significant number in the 2016 election? MSNBC's Steve Kornacki explains.
msnbc.com : 1.3 hours ago
Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump are prepping as the first presidential debate draws near and it's an election year like no other. How will each candidate target the other's weaknesses? The New York...
news.yahoo.com : 1.5 hours ago
It was reported that Abu Muhammad al-Adnani, a prominent ISIS leader, has been killed in Aleppo in Syria.
msnbc.com : 2 hours ago
Will Donald Trump's fumbling over immigration policy come to an end or permanently dismantle his campaign? Washington editor for the National Review Eliana Johnson joins MSNBC's Kate Snow to explain.
news.yahoo.com : 2.1 hours ago
An official said that documents would be made public in response to Freedom of Information Act requests.
msnbc.com : 2.1 hours ago
There's a new word in the election 2016 vocabulary. Arizona Representative Ruben Gallego joins MSNBC's Kate Snow to explain.
msnbc.com : 2.2 hours ago
MSNBC livestreams will resume at 6:00pm with Tim Kaine in Pennsylvania.
msnbc.com : 2.3 hours ago
Jim Sharpe of Ktar News calls John McCain a "rockstar" in Arizona. Here's why.
msnbc.com : 2.8 hours ago
ISIS reports that a key leader within the organization was killed in Syria. NBC's Richard Engel explains what we have yet to learn.
news.yahoo.com : 3.1 hours ago
Races in the Sunshine State will have major implications for control of Congress and the political direction of the nation.