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Baylor Title IX leader resigns amid dispute over her role

Garland said in a statement. Charges that she was the victim of retaliation are included in those complaints. "The more I asked and the more I tried, I was being retaliated against for fighting against discrimination-continuing to lose authority, being disconnected to meetings and conversations, the university making decisions that only a Title IX coordinator should make based on more protection for the brand rather than protecting our students".

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Campaign stop latest bump in rocky Ryan-Trump relationship

Ryan was slow to endorse Trump, earning the businessman's wrath. Nevertheless, Ryan has remained outside the Republican election loop since Trump was officially confirmed as the party's presidential candidate at its July convention in Cleveland, an unusual situation since he holds the top political job in the country for the conservatives.

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Russia strongly warns US against striking Syrian army

A clearly exasperated Secretary of State John Kerry called Friday for Russian Federation and Syria to face a war crimes investigation for the continuing deadly attacks on Syrian civilians , including one that hours earlier killed 20 and wounded 100 in a strike against a hospital.

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Which Oregon Duck QB will start Saturday vs. Washington?

Prukop, a senior transfer from Montana State, has started all five games for the Ducks but was replaced late in Saturday's 51-33 loss at Washington State by Herbert, who completed three of five passes for 70 yards and scored on a 4-yard run.

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Trump says Clinton needs to build energy before next debate

Kaine addressed a crowd of supporters at the Sheet Metal Workers Union Hall on Columbus Boulevard He talked about creating jobs and achieving equality, but he also threw jabs at Republicans Donald Trump and Mike Pence, calling Trump "a pretty scary guy".

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Former Clinton foe offers debate advice to Donald Trump

Full live coverage and analysis of the debate will begin on ABCNews.com/Live at 7 p.m. ET. Obama was disputing the Republican presidential candidate's assertion that "African-American communities are absolutely in the worst shape that they have ever been in before".