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Shootout or slugfest, Alabama can win either way

My Biggest Bust this week goes to Kentucky. On the other side of 100-yard runners, LSU's top runner in its 10-0 loss to Alabama on Saturday was RB Leonard Fournette with 35 yards, snapping the Tigers' streak of 10 games with a 100-yard rusher and Fournette's streak of seven 100-yard games.

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Hertz shares tank more than 50% after weak earnings, slashed outlook

The Return on Equity (ROE) value stands at 10.7%. A number of hedge funds and other institutional investors have recently bought and sold shares of the company. The firm has a 50-day moving average of $34.51 and a 200-day moving average of $37.17. ServiceMaster has been the topic of 7 analyst reports since August 5, 2015 according to StockzIntelligence Inc.

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Canada disease employee may have been exposed to Ebola virus

Just to be safe, the employee is under quarantine and will be supervised by health officials for 21 days. The researcher, whose identity was not revealed, was made administer an experimental Ebola vaccine developed in the same laboratory, which has proven effective against the epidemic in West Africa.

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North Carolina Extends Voting in Some Counties Following Technical Problems

The unanimous recommendation, which was sent to the state Board of Elections at 1.30pm, came after a glitch in the electronic voter check-in system required a switch to paper roll books, according to the Durham County Board of Elections. At least one precinct in Durham County ran out of authorization to vote forms that all voters must fill out before they vote, the Durham County Board of Elections confirmed.

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Marijuana on state ballots could open the door to legalization

The battle to legalize marijuana begun in Washington and OR, carrying out a geographical campaign. National polls show more Americans than ever are in favor of the legalization of marijuana . Following in the footsteps of Colorado, Oregon and Washington, more states are looking to legalize marijuana for recreational use . He said: "November 8 is the most important day in the history of the marijuana legalization movement".

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Janet Reno, First Woman to Serve As Attorney General, Died at 78

She later said she was motivated to become a lawyer "because I didn't want people to tell me what to do". SNL poked fun at Reno's physical stature (she was 6-feet-2-inches), a portrayal Reno embraced, appearing on the program to show she knew how to have a good time .