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EU, Canadian leaders say free trade deal still possible

EU, Canadian leaders say free trade deal still possibleBRUSSELS (AP) ? The European Union and Canada tried to remain upbeat Monday about the prospects for their trans-Atlantic free trade pact despite a small Belgian region persisting in its refusal to back the deal under the current conditions.

Obama increasingly looks to boost down-ballot Democrats

President Barack Obama waves before boarding Air Force One at Marine Corps Air Station Miramar, Calif., Monday, Oct. 24, 2016. (AP Photo/Susan Walsh)SAN DIEGO (AP) ? Entering the last two weeks of the campaign, President Barack Obama is putting more emphasis on helping Democrats in close Senate and House races with a strategy that ties their Republican opponents to Donald Trump ? regardless of whether they support the GOP nominee.

Wave of strikes as IS puts up tough defence of Mosul

Iraqi forces gather in the al-Shura area, south of Mosul, on October 24, 2016, during an operation to retake the main hub city from the Islamic StateIraqi forces advancing on Mosul faced stiff resistance on Monday from the Islamic State group despite an unprecedented wave of US-led coalition air strikes in support of the week-old offensive. Federal forces and Kurdish peshmerga fighters gained ground in several areas, AFP correspondents said, but the jihadists were hitting back with shelling, sniper fire, suicide car bombs and booby traps. IS has also tried to draw attention away from losses around Mosul by attacking Iraqi forces elsewhere, the latest coming on Sunday near the Jordanian border.

Clinton slams Trump for comments on offensive against Islamic State

Democratic U.S. presidential nominee Hillary Clinton attends a campaign rally accompanied by U.S. Senator Elizabeth Warren (D-MA) at Alumni Hall Courtyard, Saint Anselm College in Manchester, New Hampshire U.S.By Luciana Lopez MANCHESTER, N.H. (Reuters) - U.S. Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton slammed her rival Donald Trump on Monday for saying that the week-old effort to re-take 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.

Ex-attorney general sentenced to jail, then cuffed in court

Former state Attorney General Kathleen Kane leaves court in handcuffs after her sentencing at the Montgomery County Courthouse in Norristown, Pa., Monday, Oct. 24, 2016. Kane is sentenced to 10-to-23 months in county prison and 8 years probation. In August, Kane was found guilty of felony perjury and an assortment of misdemeanors related to a leak of secret grand jury materials. (Dan Gleiter/ via AP, Pool)NORRISTOWN, Pa. (AP) ? Former Attorney General Kathleen Kane was sentenced Monday to 10 to 23 months in jail for illegally disclosing details from a grand jury investigation to embarrass a rival and lying about it under oath.

Want to see World Series at Wrigley? It will cost thousands

FILE - In this Oct. 22, 2016, file photo, Chicago Cubs fans celebrate outside Wrigley Field after the Cubs defeated the Los Angeles Dodgers 5-0 in Game 6 of baseball's National League Championship Series in Chicago. Fans who are hoping to see the Cubs play in the World Series for the first time since 1945 are finding that if they want a seat it will cost them what their grandparents paid for their houses. (Ashlee Rezin/Chicago Sun-Times via AP File)CHICAGO (AP) ? Fans hoping to see the Cubs play in the World Series for the first time since 1945 are finding a seat could cost more than what their grandparents paid for their houses.

Pennsylvania GOP: State poll watcher law is unconstitutionalPHILADELPHIA (AP) ? With two weeks to go before the presidential election, the Pennsylvania Republican Party has filed a lawsuit in federal court claiming the state's law regarding poll watchers is unconstitutional.
US regulators will decide on review of AT&T, Time Warner deal: White HouseThe White House on Monday said it will be up to independent federal regulators to decide whether to carry out a formal review of AT&T Inc's planned acquisition of Time Warner Inc. "Any decision to review the deal would be made by regulatory officials at the Department of Justice and the Federal Trade Commission," White House spokesman Josh Earnest told reporters in a briefing. "Certainly when you consider the size of the deal ... I don't think anybody would be surprised if they announced a review," Earnest said.
Funding drive for 'Oz' slippers soars over the rainbow

The sequined pumps, famously worn by Judy Garland as she danced down the yellow brick road in "The Wizard of Oz", will be restored with the help of a successful Kickstarter campaignIt took just seven days for "Wizard of Oz" nostalgics to raise more than $300,000 in a crowdfunding drive to restore Dorothy's iconic slippers to their ruby red glory. The sequined pumps were famously worn by Judy Garland as she danced down the yellow brick road in the 1939 musical, one of Hollywood's first color films. Since the crowdfunding campaign runs for another 23 more days, the museum announced a "stretch goal" that "will involve another beloved Wizard of Oz character." It did not say which one.

Frequent exams only treatment for pregnant woman with Zika

Yessica Flores, who became infected with the Zika virus early in her pregnancy this summer, speaks to the news media following a news conference at Jackson Memorial Hospital, Monday, Oct. 24, 2016, in Miami. Flores is being treated by the University of Miami's Zika Response Team. So far, Flores' daughter seems to be developing normally. However, the family still faces years of uncertainty and monitoring after the baby is born in February. (AP Photo/Lynne Sladky)MIAMI (AP) ? Yessica Flores is getting ultrasounds more frequently than the average pregnant woman, but there's a cruel downside accompanying the joy of seeing how much her unborn daughter grows every few weeks: fear of possible defects caused by Zika.