Minnesota sect leader gets 30 years in teen sex assaultPINE CITY, Minn. (AP) ? The leader of an isolated religious sect in Minnesota was sentenced Friday to 30 years in prison, weeks after he pleaded guilty to sexually assaulting two teenage girls who were members of his community.
Clinton leads Trump 42 to 36 percent as he loses women's support: poll
The Oct. 21-27 opinion poll shows 42 percent of people who either voted already or expect to vote in the Nov. 8 election support Clinton, versus 36 percent for Trump. Clinton's lead a week ago was 4 points. The polling was conducted before Clinton's campaign was hit on Friday by the FBI announcement that it was investigating more emails as part of a probe into her use of a private email server while secretary of state.
U.S. regulator says former employee downloaded data from officeA U.S. banking regulator said on Friday it had told Congress about what it called "a major information security incident" after a former employee was found to have downloaded a large number of files onto thumb drives before his retirement. The Office of the Comptroller of the Currency said in a statement that there was no evidence to suggest that the data in the downloads had been disclosed to the public or misused in any way. Before he retired in November 2015, the former employee downloaded a large number of files onto two removable thumb drives though the incident was only detected last month during a routine security review, the OCC said in a statement.
EU, Canada to sign trade pact Sunday
Obscure election decides how to spend money from 1824 willPROVIDENCE, R.I. (AP) ? An election that few residents of a Rhode Island city knew about has decided who controls a fund that traces back to an early 19th-century philanthropist.
Brad Pitt, Angelina Jolie sell their New Orleans home
U.S. prosecutors regroup for second trial in Oregon occupation
By Scott Bransford PORTLAND, Ore. (Reuters) - U.S. prosecutors on Friday regrouped to strategize for their next trial of armed militants who occupied a wildlife center in Oregon the day after seven others at a related trial were surprisingly acquitted of all charges. The group's leader, Ammon Bundy, and six others were declared not guilty on Thursday of conspiracy charges stemming from their role in the armed takeover and 41-day occupation of the Malheur National Wildlife Refuge. The stinging defeat left federal prosecutors scrambling as they prepare to try in February seven others who were part of the same occupation.
Jaguars' Jackson ($24K) and Lee ($12K) fined by NFL
TV station find votes by dead, but official sees no fraudPHILADELPHIA (AP) ? A Philadelphia TV station reported that it found at least three instances in which votes appeared to have been cast in recent elections under the names of dead people, but the city's Republican election commissioner said it didn't represent intentional fraud.
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