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No. 10 Florida has won 9 straight over Arkansas

For Ramirez, it was his second interception of his career, first this season. But Arkansas recovered from their worst conference loss in recent memory to dominate the Gators 31-10 at home. Dillard, heard by teammates screaming while he rolled on the field, likely is done for the season. The Tigers and Gators entered penalty kicks and saw seven consecutive successful tries on each side before Missouri junior midfielder Savannah Trujillo had her attempt saved.

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British PM arrives in India for key visit

The Joint Economic and Trade Committee (JETCO) meeting will be held on the sidelines of the visit. "She will also deliver on her pledge for an economy that works for all, by introducing new and emerging enterprises, as well as more established players, to the key Indian market", an official statement in London said.

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Obama worries about flagging black turnout in early voting

African-Americans are not turning out to vote early in large numbers as they did for President Obama's candidacy four years ago, raising concerns for Hillary Clinton in crucial battleground states with just six days left until Election Day.

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Four Of Diamonds favourite to leave The X Factor this weekend

During filming, Keith Lemon asked the pair: "Why do you think you were voted out the show so early?" Saara Aalto, Four Of Diamonds and Sam Lavery were named as the acts facing the singoff tonight and just a minute ago, O'Leary opened the lifeline vote.

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Stocks decline for a 9th day, despite strong jobs data

The unemployment rate dipped to 4.9%, down from 5%. Investors also were awaiting the release of US employment data. Stocks rose after the open as investors digested a strong report on October jobs growth. The current streak has been much more gentle for investors. The Dow Jones industrial average rose 5.24 points, or 0.03 percent, to 17,935.91, the S&P 500 gained 3.78 points, or 0.18 percent, to 2,092.44 and the Nasdaq Composite added 5.47 points, or 0.11 percent, to 5,063.88.

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Federal Bureau of Investigation chief: No charges against Clinton after new email review

Comey gave no clue what was behind probe number two. Clinton spokesman Brian Fallon said her campaign is validated in its belief that nothing would change. "We were always confident nothing would cause the July decision to be revisited". The National Jewish Democratic Council said the ad's use of anti-Semitic stereotypes is "shocking and risky".