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Clinton leads Trump by 12 points in Reuters/Ipsos poll

A combination photo of U.S. Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton and Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump The Aug. 18-22 poll showed that 45 percent of voters supported Clinton, while 33 percent backed Trump ahead of the Nov. 8 election. Clinton, the former U.S. secretary of state, has led Trump, a New York businessman, throughout most of the 2016 campaign.


Kerry warns against crackdowns as Nigeria claims Boko Haram leader 'wounded'

Armoured vehicles donated by the United States to the Nigerian military to help in the fight against Boko Haram are pictured at an army base in Lagos US Secretary of State John Kerry on Tuesday praised Nigeria for its recent gains against Boko Haram Islamists but did not confirm military claims that the group's leader Abubakar Shekau has been wounded. Speaking at a press conference in the ancient northern city of Sokoto, Kerry congratulated Nigeria for reclaiming swathes of territory and releasing thousands of hostages from Boko Haram while warning against the use of excessive force to fight extremists. Nigeria has made "important progress", Kerry said.


Biden vows 'rock solid' NATO ties as allies slam Trump

US Vice President Joe Biden said he doubted whether Trump "even understands" what NATO's Article 5 commitment to collective defence means US Vice President Joe Biden promised unwavering commitment to NATO's collective defence Tuesday as he sought to reassure Baltic allies spooked by a resurgent Russia and White House hopeful Donald Trump. "Let there be no doubt -- America's Article 5 commitment is rock solid and unwavering," Biden said, referring to a cornerstone of NATO that an attack on one member state is considered an attack on all. Trump, the Republican presidential nominee, sparked ire last month among Baltic and eastern NATO members ruled by Moscow during the Soviet era when he questioned the alliance's key Article 5 collective security guarantee.


Prisoner not seen publicly since 2002 at Gitmo hearing

This photo provided by U.S. Central Command, shows Abu Zubaydah, date and location unknown. A Palestinian not seen publicly since his capture by the CIA in 2002 has appeared at a U.S. government hearing called to determine whether he should remain in detention at the U.S. military prison at Guantanamo Bay, Cuba. The 45-year-old Abu Zubaydah has been held at Guantanamo since September 2006. (AP Photo/U.S. Central Command) WASHINGTON (AP) — A Palestinian not seen publicly since his capture by the CIA in 2002 appeared Tuesday at a U.S. government hearing called to determine whether he should remain in detention at the U.S. military prison at Guantanamo Bay, Cuba.


British mom wins US judge OK to see son held in Trump threat

LAS VEGAS (AP) — The mother of a British man accused of trying to grab a police officer's gun to shoot Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump at a campaign event in Las Vegas won approval from a judge on Tuesday to visit her son in federal custody in Nevada.

In attacking Clinton foundation, Trump seeks a Republican rallying cry

Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump attends a campaign rally in Akron By Ginger Gibson and Emily Stephenson WASHINGTON (Reuters) - After struggling to find a consistent message and consolidate party support, Donald Trump is honing his attack on Democratic presidential rival Hillary Clinton and the foundation bearing her family's name in hopes of making it a rallying cry for fellow Republicans. Trump began hammering the Democrat this week over the Clinton Foundation, an organization created by her and her husband former President Bill Clinton that funds aid programs in developing countries. On Monday, Trump called for the foundation to be shut down and for a special prosecutor to be named to investigate it.


Estranged husband charged in Collingswood woman's murder, remains in critical condition

Estranged husband charged in Collingswood woman's murder, remains in critical condition A man hospitalized in critical condition has been charged in the stabbing death of his estranged wife in a Collingswood, Camden County high rise.


Court: Out-of-state license plates don't justify search

WICHITA, Kan. (AP) — Law enforcement officials in Kansas cannot stop and search motorists just for having out-of-state license plates from states that have legalized marijuana, a federal appeals court ruled Tuesday.

Rhode Island sues to get Russian sub removed from scrapyard

In this Monday, Aug. 22, 2016 photo, rusting remnants of an old Russian submarine that once was used as a floating museum until it sank in 2007 remains in the Providence river in Providence, R.I. The state wants it gone. Known as Juliett 484, the sub served as a set for the 2002 Harrison Ford movie "K-19: The Widowmaker." It was moved in 2009 to a scrap metal facility, but the company stopped working on it in 2014. (AP Photo/Jennifer McDermott) PROVIDENCE, R.I. (AP) — The remnants of a Russian submarine rest mere feet from shore in Rhode Island, a Cold War relic rusting away.


Nielsen's top programs for Aug.15-21

Prime-time viewership numbers compiled by Nielsen for Aug. 15-21. Listings include the week's ranking and viewership.

With Biden visit, U.S. seeks balance with truculent Turkey

U.S. VP Biden meets with Turkey's President Erdogan in Istanbul By Jeff Mason and Humeyra Pamuk RIGA/ISTANBUL (Reuters) - When U.S. Vice President Joe Biden visited Turkey in January, he struck a difficult balance between showing support for a NATO ally faced with multiple security threats while criticizing its record on free speech and dissent. Now with relations between Washington and Ankara going through one of their testiest periods in recent memory, he may find it even tougher to get those dual messages across when he visits on Wednesday. Biden will be the most senior U.S. official to visit Turkey since the failed July 15 coup, when a group of rogue soldiers tried to overthrow the government and killed at least 240 people.


Cheating site had inadequate security, privacy officials say

TORONTO (AP) —  Privacy officials in Canada and Australia have found that cheating website Ashley Madison had inadequate security safeguards and policies despite marketing itself as a discreet and secure service

The Latest: Ban would keep people away from Hawaii dolphins

FILE - This Jan. 21, 2016 file image taken from video shows dolphins swimming at the bottom of a bay off Waianae, Hawaii. Federal regulators are proposing a widespread ban on swimming with Hawaii's spinner dolphins to allow the nocturnal creatures to rest during the day. The National Marine Fisheries Service proposal announced Tuesday, Aug. 23, 2016, would allow some limited exceptions, given dolphins sometimes approach people. (AP Photo/Audrey McAvoy, File) HONOLULU (AP) — The Latest on proposed regulations involving Hawaii spinner dolphins (all times local):


Homeless woman proves Social Security owes her $100K

WASHINGTON (AP) — For years, Wanda Witter has lived on the streets in Washington, D.C., trying to persuade officials that Social Security owes her more than $100,000. For years, the 80-year-old woman says people dismissed her as crazy.

Tesla touts vehicle speed and range with new upgraded battery

People visit a Tesla Model S car during the Auto China 2016 in Beijing By Alexandria Sage SAN FRANCISCO (Reuters) - Tesla Motors Inc Chief Executive Elon Musk said on Tuesday the company will offer a larger upgraded battery pack for performance versions of its Model S and X vehicles that will extend range and allow for super fast acceleration. The new 100 kilowatt hour battery pack means high end versions of the Model S sedan, called the P 100D, will be the world's fastest accelerating car in production, the Silicon Valley automaker said. "These are very profound milestones and I think will help convince people around the world that electric is the future," said Musk on a conference call with journalists.


Dutch general to report on UN response to South Sudan attacks

Makeshift graves are seen at the UN House for the internally displaced persons in the Jebel area in Juba on July 22, 2016 A retired Dutch general will lead an independent investigation to establish whether UN peacekeepers failed to protect civilians during heavy fighting in South Sudan's capital last month, the UN announced Tuesday. Major General Patrick Cammaert will present a report within one month to UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon and the findings will be made public, the UN spokesman said. UN troops in South Sudan have come under heavy criticism for allegedly failing to protect civilians including women and girls raped near a UN base when fighting engulfed the capital Juba in early July.


Dutch general to report on UN response to South Sudan attacks

Makeshift graves are seen at the UN House for the internally displaced persons in the Jebel area in Juba on July 22, 2016 A retired Dutch general will lead an independent investigation to establish whether UN peacekeepers failed to protect civilians during heavy fighting in South Sudan's capital last month, the UN announced Tuesday. Major General Patrick Cammaert will present a report within one month to UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon and the findings will be made public, the UN spokesman said. UN troops in South Sudan have come under heavy criticism for allegedly failing to protect civilians including women and girls raped near a UN base when fighting engulfed the capital Juba in early July.


Official: FBI probing cyber breach of NY Times journalists

WASHINGTON (AP) — The FBI is investigating cyber intrusions targeting reporters of The New York Times and is looking into whether Russian intelligence agencies are responsible for the acts, a U.S. official said Tuesday.

Official: FBI probing cyber breach of NY Times journalists

WASHINGTON (AP) — The FBI is investigating cyber intrusions targeting reporters of The New York Times and is looking into whether Russian intelligence agencies are responsible for the acts, a U.S. official said Tuesday.

Alberta raises budget deficit by C$527 million after wildfire

File photo of a resident looking over the damage in the Timberlea neighborhood in Fort McMurray By Nia Williams CALGARY, Alberta (Reuters) - Alberta raised its 2016-17 forecast for a budget deficit to C$10.9 billion on Tuesday, in large part because of a massive wildfire that ripped through the province's oil sands hub of Fort McMurray in May. In a first-quarter fiscal update, the Canadian province's NDP government said the net impact of the wildfire will be an estimated C$500 million, and that and other changes will increase the deficit by C$527 from April's budget. Finance Minister Joe Ceci said Alberta's gross domestic product is expected to shrink by 2.7 percent in 2016, a steeper decline than forecast in April.


The Latest: Appeals court considers Kansas voting case

DENVER (AP) — The Latest on the legal fight over whether Kansas can block people who haven't proven they're citizens from voting (all times local):

Turkey seeks U.S.-based cleric's extradition but not for coup: State Dept.

U.S. based cleric Fethullah Gulen at his home in Saylorsburg, Pennsylvania The U.S. State Department said on Tuesday that Turkey has formally requested the extradition of U.S.-based Turkish cleric Fethullah Gulen but not on issues related to the recent coup attempt, which Turkish leaders have accused him of inspiring. "We can confirm now that Turkey has requested the extradition of Gulen," State Department spokesman Mark Toner told a briefing.


Kerry warns against crackdowns as Nigeria claims Boko Haram leader 'wounded'

Armoured vehicles donated by the United States to the Nigerian military to help in the fight against Boko Haram are pictured at an army base in Lagos US Secretary of State John Kerry on Tuesday praised Nigeria for its recent gains against Boko Haram Islamists but did not endorse military claims that the group's leader Abubakar Shekau has been wounded. Speaking at a press conference in the ancient northern city of Sokoto, Kerry congratulated Nigeria for reclaiming swathes of territory and releasing thousands of hostages from Boko Haram while warning against the use of excessive force to fight extremists.


The Latest: Official: Take care in view of deaf driver case

CHARLOTTE, N.C. (AP) — The Latest on a deaf man who was shot and killed by a state trooper (all times local):

Teen survives rare amoeba infection that kills most people

Dr. Humberto Liraino, left, makes comments during a news conference as Dr. Rajan Wadhawan listens, at Florida Hospital, Tuesday, Aug. 23, 2016, in Orlando, Fla. The doctor spoke about the treatment of Sebastian DeLeon, a patient that has survived a brain-eating amoeba that kills most people who contract it. (AP Photo/John Raoux) ORLANDO, Fla. (AP) — A South Florida boy has survived a rare brain-eating amoeba that kills most people, aided in part because a hard-to-get drug to fight the infection is made by a company in Orlando where he was hospitalized, doctors said Tuesday.


Syria Kurds win battle with government, Turkey mobilizes against them

A Kurdish fighter stands with his weapons near a fluttering Kurdish flag in the Ghwairan neighborhood of Hasaka By Rodi Said and Tom Perry HASAKA, Syria/BEIRUT (Reuters) - Syrian Kurdish forces took near complete control of Hasaka city on Tuesday as a ceasefire ended a week of fighting with the government, consolidating the Kurds' grip on Syria's northeast as Turkey increased its efforts to check their influence. The Kurdish YPG militia, a critical part of the U.S.-backed campaign against Islamic State, already controls swathes of northern Syria where Kurdish groups have established de facto autonomy since the start of the Syria war in 2011. Syrian rebels backed by Turkey said they were in the final stages of preparing an assault from Turkish territory on the Islamic State-held Syrian border town of Jarablus, aiming to preempt any YPG attempt to take it.


Wall St. edges higher on tech, housing boost

Traders work on the floor of the NYSE With the U.S. earnings season winding down, investors are also turning their focus to the likelihood of an interest rate hike in the coming months. Federal Reserve Chair Janet Yellen's speech on Friday at Jackson Hole will be scrutinized for clues on the timing of a rate hike, especially after some Fed policymakers in recent days hinted at the possibility of a hike in the near-term. Data on Tuesday showed new U.S. single-family home sales unexpectedly rose in July, reaching their highest level in nearly nine years as demand increased broadly, brightening the housing market outlook.


Lawmakers demand information on EpiPen price increase

Lawmakers demand information on EpiPen price increase Members of Congress are demanding more information on why the price for lifesaving EpiPens has skyrocketed. EpiPens are injection devices used to ward off potentially fatal allergic reactions, and the price has surged in recent years. Sen. Charles Grassley, R-Iowa, wrote Mylan, the company that manufactures the devices, and asked for more information on why the prices have increased.


Hundreds of thousands of dead fish fill New Jersey creek

Hundreds of thousands of dead fish washed up in a New Jersey creek this week, state officials said. The fish, which were discovered in Waackaack Creek in the borough of Keansburg, are commonly known as peanut bunker, a name that describes immature specimens of the Atlantic menhaden, a common saltwater fish. Bob Considine, a spokesman for the state's Department of Environmental Protection, said the fish may have been chased into the waterway by pursuing predators and then suffocated because the water did not hold enough dissolved oxygen to support them.

Hundreds of thousands of dead fish fill New Jersey creek

Hundreds of thousands of dead fish washed up in a New Jersey creek this week, state officials said. The fish, which were discovered in Waackaack Creek in the borough of Keansburg, are commonly known as peanut bunker, a name that describes immature specimens of the Atlantic menhaden, a common saltwater fish. Bob Considine, a spokesman for the state's Department of Environmental Protection, said the fish may have been chased into the waterway by pursuing predators and then suffocated because the water did not hold enough dissolved oxygen to support them.

Experts: Mexico storms led to deaths of millions of monarchs

FILE - In this Nov. 12, 2015, file photo, a guide holds up a damaged and dying butterfly at the monarch butterfly reserve in Piedra Herrada, Mexico State, Mexico. Storms caused a big spike in the number of trees blown down or lost to heavy branch damage in forests where migrating monarch butterflies spend the winter in central Mexico, experts reported Tuesday, Aug. 22, 2016. (AP Photo/Rebecca Blackwell, File) MEXICO CITY (AP) — Storms earlier this year blew down more than a hundred acres of forests where migrating monarch butterflies spend the winter in central Mexico, killing more than 7 percent of the monarchs, experts reported Tuesday.


Prosecutor: Beating death of child in Pennsauken followed fight over groceries

Prosecutor: Beating death of child in Pennsauken followed fight over groceries Bail has been set at $1 million for a man accused of fatally beating his girlfriend's toddler son.


Markets Right Now: US stocks notch modest gains

NEW YORK (AP) — The latest on developments in global financial markets (all times local):

Markets Right Now: US stocks notch modest gains

NEW YORK (AP) — The latest on developments in global financial markets (all times local):

Inspector general: NYPD skirted rules for surveillance

NEW YORK (AP) — An independent police monitor says the New York Police Department has failed to follow rules governing surveillance.

Top Asian News 8:09 p.m. GMT

BANGKOK (AP) — A Thai military court on Tuesday rejected allegations by two Uighur defendants that they were tortured in custody to confess to bombing a popular Hindu shrine in Bangkok last year that left 20 people dead. The court then postponed the rest of the hearing to next month because no Uighur-language translator was available. In previous preliminary hearings, the two men who are from the Uighur-speaking region of China have said they were tortured and mistreated by their jailors in military detention, and on Tuesday pleaded to be moved to a different correctional facility. "After investigating these claims, the court finds them to be false and the defendants will remain where they are since this is a case of national security," one of the three judges on the panel ruled.

Waterpark visitor paralyzed in accident can sue, court says

TRENTON, N.J. (AP) — A New Jersey waterpark visitor who was partially paralyzed in an accident has had his lawsuit reinstated.

North Korea seeks UN meeting on US-South Korea exercises

UNITED NATIONS (AP) — North Korea on Tuesday warned that joint military exercises between South Korea and the United States are pushing the situation on the Korean Peninsula "to the brink of a war" and asked for an urgent meeting of the U.N. Security Council.

North Korea seeks UN meeting on US-South Korea exercises

UNITED NATIONS (AP) — North Korea on Tuesday warned that joint military exercises between South Korea and the United States are pushing the situation on the Korean Peninsula "to the brink of a war" and asked for an urgent meeting of the U.N. Security Council.

The Latest: Long list of Louisiana aid requests for Obama

President Barack Obama is greeted as he tours Castle Place, a flood-damaged area of Baton Rouge, La., Tuesday, Aug. 23, 2016. Obama is making his first visit to flood-ravaged southern Louisiana as he attempts to assure the many thousands who have suffered damage to their homes, schools and businesses that his administration has made their recovery a priority. (AP Photo/Susan Walsh) BATON ROUGE, La. (AP) — The Latest on Louisiana Flooding (all times local):


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