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Activists split as Clinton makes push for black millennials

FILE - In this Friday, Oct. 21, 2016, file photo, Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton speaks at a rally at Cuyahoga Community College in Cleveland. Some young black activists who had their doubts about Hillary Clinton are coming around to support her - some enthusiastically, some because they cannot stand Donald Trump. African-American voters are seen as key to Clinton's path to victory in November. (AP Photo/Andrew Harnik, File)PHILADELPHIA (AP) ? Six months into Hillary Clinton's presidential campaign, she met with a group of Black Lives Matter activists in Washington to make her case and seek their support.

US Senate candidate Kirk mocks rival's family military past

Republican U.S. Sen. Mark Kirk, right, and Democratic U.S. Rep. Tammy Duckworth, left, face off in their first televised debate in what's considered a crucial race that could determine which party controls the Senate, Thursday, Oct. 27, 2016, at the University of Illinois in Springfield, Ill. (AP Photo/Seth Perlman)SPRINGFIELD, Ill. (AP) ? Illinois Republican U.S. Sen. Mark Kirk has raised his Democratic rival's immigrant background and mocked her family's history of military service, saying he had forgotten the congresswoman's "parents came all the way from Thailand to serve George Washington."

Hungarian musicians recall secret jazz recordings from 1956

This photo taken Wednesday, Oct. 26, 2016 shows former Hungarian trumpet player Ervin Vaszondi. He was one of the musicians whose band recorded jazz tunes with the help of an American diplomat who rented a recording studio in Budapest in 1956. At the time, jazz was banned in Hungary by the communist regime but the recordings of the Hungarian musicians were broadcast by the Voice of America in Nov. 1956. (AP Photo/Andras Nagy)BUDAPEST, Hungary (AP) ? In Hungary of the 1950s, jazz music was a dangerous pastime ? but music lovers got some clandestine help from the United States government.

Exxon 3Q profit falls 38 percent on lower oil prices

Exxon 3Q profit falls 38 percent on lower oil pricesExxon's profit keeps shrinking because of lower oil prices, and the company is responding by sharply cutting investment in future production. Exxon Mobil Corp. said Friday that third-quarter income fell ...

Army says 2-star general committed suicide

FILE - In this Nov. 7, 2009 file photo, then-Col. John Rossi speaks at a news conference at Fort Hood headquarters in Killeen, Texas. The Army says the death of a two-star general on a military base in Alabama has been ruled a suicide. Rossi was found dead July 31, 2106, in his home on Redstone Arsenal, and an investigation was undertaken. (AP Photo/Paul Sakuma, File)WASHINGTON (AP) ? The Army says the death of a two-star general on a military base in Alabama has been ruled a suicide.

The Latest: Tribal chairman vows to continue pipeline fight

An unidentified Dakota Access Pipeline protester is arrested inside the Front Line Camp as law enforcement surround the camp to remove the protesters from the property and relocated to the overflow camp a few miles south of Highway 1806 in Morton County, N.D., Thursday, Oct. 27, 2016. (Mike McCleary/The Bismarck Tribune via AP)CANNON BALL, N.D. (AP) ? The Latest on the protests at the Dakota Access oil pipeline construction site (all times local):

Islamic State using tens of thousands as human shields in Mosul: U.N.By Stephanie Nebehay GENEVA (Reuters) - Islamic State forces in Iraq have abducted tens of thousands of men, women and children from areas around Mosul and are using them as "human shields" in strategic sites in the city as Iraqi troops advance, the U.N. human rights office said on Friday. "ISIL's depraved, cowardly strategy is to attempt to use the presence of civilians to render certain points, areas or military forces immune from military operations, effectively using tens of thousands of women, men and children as human shields," said Zeid Ra'ad al Hussein, U.N. High Commissioner for Human Rights. Using human shields is prohibited under international law, he said in a statement.
US stocks mostly rise following strong economic report

US stocks mostly rise following strong economic reportU.S. stocks are mostly higher Friday morning after the government said the economy broke out of its recent slump and grew faster than expected during the third quarter. Real estate and basic materials ...

National Geographic's famed 'girl' denies getting fake ID

Pakistan's Inam Khan, owner of a book shop shows a copy of a magazine with the photograph of Afghan refugee woman Sharbat Gulla, from his rare collection in Islamabad, Pakistan, Wednesday, Oct. 26, 2016. A Pakistani investigator says the police have arrested National Geographic's famed green-eyed 'Afghan Girl' for having a fake Pakistani identity card. Shahid Ilyas from the Federal Investigation Agency, says the police arrested Sharbat Gulla during a raid on Wednesday at a home in Peshawar. (AP Photo/B.K. Bangash)PESHAWAR, Pakistan (AP) ? A Pakistani prosecutor says National Geographic's famed green-eyed 'Afghan Girl' has made her first appearance before a court, insisting she did not fraudulently obtain Pakistani nationality.

South Africa reports first Tomato Leaf Miner outbreak

A worker collects tomatoes in the Dube AgriZone greenhouse situated at King Shaka International AirportSouth Africa has detected its first outbreak of Tomato Leaf Miner, a pest originally from South America which can ruin tomato and potato crops, the department of agriculture said on Friday. The highly destructive insect feeds on leaves, stems and fruits of plants and can cause widespread crop infection. "This pest is disastrous particularly for tomato production and food security in general," the agriculture department said in a statement.