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School closures ahead of Hurricane Matthew

Schools and government offices in the Lowcountry, including those in Charleston and Beaufort are now closed. Hurricane Matthew, whose winds have reached 145 miles per hour, has been classed as the fiercest storm to impact the Caribbean in a decade, resulting in fatalities and mass property damage in Haiti and the Dominican Republic.

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Libertarian VP candidate Weld to focus on defeating Trump

But even if Johnson could have wracked his brain to think of any living center-right leader of a developed country, the result would have been exactly the same. Johnson campaign imageExactly how that ends up with Johnson winning New Mexico is a Stretch-Armstrong-style reach, but let's play with this a bit.

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AMBER Alert canceled, 17-year-old found safe

Gissentaner is a 26-year-old black woman, described as being tall and slender. Once at the scene, they discovered that Lenore was not at the residence, where she was supposed to be. Tuesday for a report of a medical emergency. Police in Terre Haute arrested Dustin Fischer Monday evening. City police officers and members of the Maine State Police and Kennebec County Sheriff's Office helped search for Wilson Tuesday morning, Mills said.

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Colombia war zones split over rejected peace deal

Voters, reportedly , were dissatisfied with what they saw as insufficient punishment for the group behind a 52-year conflict marked by government attacks, high-profile kidnappings, plane hijackings and cocaine trafficking. He has ordered his negotiators to return to Cuba on Monday to confer with FARC's top leaders, who watched the results with disbelief after ordering drinks and cigars at Club Havana, once Cuba's most exclusive beach club.

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Brain freeze? Gary Johnson can't name favorite world leader

The letter does not list Johnson's cholesterol and says Johnson will visit a dermatologist to be screened for skin cancer. Weld, a former MA governor, said he thought Republican nominee Donald Trump was "out of control" at Monday's debate, whereas he felt Clinton did "a great job".

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Cuomo denies talking to Christie about cover-up

But it was never issued. But he previously acknowledged on the stand that he lied when he went along with the cover story that the lane closures were a "traffic study". "It's just false and delusional", Kelly said. Critchley asked Wildstein about an interview with prosecutors and Federal Bureau of Investigation agents in which he told them he put together a statement about the lane closures at the bridge and ran it past Drewniak, who said it was good.