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Bayside Academy earns 74th straight No. 1 spot in final regular season prep volleyball rankings

ASWA RANKINGS: Addison, Good Hope receive votes in respective polls

High School Football: Previews for Week 9 games involving Shoals teams

Trump praises McConnell: He ‘stared down the angry left-wing mob’ to get Kavanaugh confirmed

Bradford County: Athens Township chase suspect sentenced to state prison

Scott administration Capitol for A Day initiative in Orleans County Oct. 9

ASWA RANKINGS: Addison, Good Hope fall out of respective polls

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Black 'Lynching' Ad Illustrates Race Overtones, Anger in U.S. Campaign Ads


By Maria Caspani

NEW YORK (Reuters) - Many political ads in this year's U.S. elections pack an unusually harsh and personal punch - some with racial overtones.

In Arkansas, a radio ad this week suggests white Democrats might start lynching black men.

Carrots Could Be Key to Making Greener Buildings, Say Researchers


By Jim Drury

LONDON (Reuters) - Crunchy and tasty, yes, but could carrots also strengthen cement and cut carbon dioxide emissions for the building industry?

A group of researchers at Britain's Lancaster University has been using a household food blender to mix particles from the root vegetable with concrete to see if they can produce a stronger and more environmentally sound product.

Crimea Mourns Victims of Mass Shooting


KERCH, Crimea (Reuters) - Hundreds of residents in the Crimean port city of Kerch commemorated on Friday the victims of a college mass shooting in which an armed teenager killed 20 people, mostly his fellow pupils, and injured dozens more.

The suspected attacker was found dead from a self-inflicted gunshot wound after Wednesday's attack, which recalled shootings at schools in the United States.

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U.S. Special Counsel Report Could Be Just a Few Weeks Away

Now that there is no question about the active meddling role that Russian operatives took on during the 2016 elections that made Donald Trump President of the United States, the level of involvement by his campaign is a matter that could be revealed just before the holiday season.

Israeli Forces Wound Dozens of Palestinians at Gaza Border Protest


GAZA (Reuters) - Israeli soldiers shot and wounded 77 Palestinians during protests near the Gaza Strip border on Friday, the enclave's Health Ministry said.

An Israeli military spokeswoman said about 10,000 demonstrators massed at the border and that some threw burning tires, grenades and explosive devices at the troops across the fence.

Texas Toddler Left at Stranger's House, Instead of with Dad


(Reuters) - A woman who intended to drop off a 2-year-old boy with his father instead left the toddler at the wrong address in suburban Houston and ran off after ringing the bell, police said late Thursday.

The woman who left the child, a friend of the mother, was initially suspected of child abandonment after video, shared widely on social media, showed her hoisting the toddler by the arm to a stranger's house in the northern Houston suburb of Spring on Thursday, authorities said.

Turkey Says It Has Not Shared Khashoggi Audio with Anyone


By Ece Toksabay and Tuvan Gumrukcu

ANKARA (Reuters) - Turkey has not shared audio recordings said to document the killing of Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi inside the Saudi consulate in Istanbul, its foreign minister said on Friday, dismissing reports it had passed them on to the United States.

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