Civil rights hero from 60s takes criticism as Trump backer
Clinton slams Trump for comments on offensive against Islamic State
By Luciana Lopez and Steve Holland MANCHESTER, N.H./ST. AUGUSTINE, Fla. (Reuters) - U.S. Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton slammed rival Donald Trump on Monday for saying that the week-old effort to retake the Iraqi city of Mosul from the control of Islamic State was going badly. ?He?s basically declaring defeat before the battle has even started,? Clinton said at a campaign event in New Hampshire. ?He?s proving to the world what it means to have an unqualified commander in chief.? In a tweet on Sunday, Trump, the Republican nominee for the Nov. 8 election, said the ?attack on Mosul is turning out to be a total disaster.
UMaine researcher dies in 100-foot plunge into icy crevasse
ORONO, Maine (AP) ? A University of Maine professor who plunged to his death into a 100-foot crevasse in Antarctica is being remembered as a gregarious climate researcher who lightened the mood of those around him.
Bills coach Ryan calls Landry's hit on Williams 'dirty'
ORCHARD PARK, N.Y. (AP) ? Bills coach Rex Ryan challenged the NFL to consider ejecting players for blindside hits to the head such as the one by Dolphins receiver Jarvis Landry that leveled Buffalo safety Aaron Williams.
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Ex-attorney general sentenced to jail, then cuffed in court
NORRISTOWN, Pa. (AP) ? Former state Attorney General Kathleen Kane, once a rising star in state politics, left a courtroom in handcuffs on Monday to start serving a 10- to 23-month sentence for a retaliation scheme a judge attributed to her all-consuming ego.
Atlantic City belt-tightening plan aims to avoid takeoverATLANTIC CITY, N.J. (AP) ? Atlantic City plans to sell land, lay off 100 more workers, pay down most of its $500 million debt and slash other expenses during the next five years to fight off a threatened state takeover of its assets and decision-making power.
France moving more than 6,000 migrants from makeshift camp
CALAIS, France (AP) ? France began the mass evacuation Monday of the makeshift migrant camp known as "the jungle," a mammoth project to erase the humanitarian blight on its northern border, where thousands fleeing war or poverty have lived in squalor, most hoping to sneak into Britain.
Trump says he's winning, polls say otherwise
Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump launched their two-week scramble to the finish line of the US presidential race Monday, with the billionaire Republican dismissing the polls to insist he's "winning" the race. "This is bigger than Brexit, what's going on," the 70-year-old Trump told a rowdy rally in Florida, referring to Britain's shock June vote to leave the European Union. The Democrat Clinton, 68, sought to cement her lead over her White House foe by conquering swing states including Florida, North Carolina and Ohio where early voting has already begun, as the rivals blitz crucial battlegrounds where the race will be won or lost November 8.
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