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(New York, NY) -- It's another down day on Wall Street. Stocks plummeted in early trading with the Dow Jones Industrial Average dropping 370 points before paring losses. Each of the major indexes fell more than two percent shortly after the open. Investor worries about a slowing...
(Undated) -- A new poll says Republicans hold a slight lead in voters' preference for congressional control less than three weeks before Election Day. The NBC News/"Wall Street Journal" poll gives the GOP a two-point edge, 46-percent to 44. That's a smaller lead than the seven-...
(Cambridge, MA) -- More than two dozen Harvard Law School professors are calling on the university to scrap its new sexual assault policy. The procedural overhaul started over the summer and set up a centralized office to investigate allegations of sexual assault and harassment...
(Undated) -- The hammer is coming down hard on CNN and HLN in Turner Broadcasting's promised round of layoffs. HLN host Jane Velez-Mitchell has become the first talent casualty of the massive cuts and insiders tell TheWrap.com more talent could be on the chopping block. Mitchell...
(Dallas, TX) -- Officials in Texas say there's a very real possibility of more Ebola cases in Dallas County. Shortly after a second person contracted Ebola on U.S. soil, Dallas Mayor Mike Rawlings said the situation there could get worse before it gets better. Hospital officials...
(Joint Base Andrews, MD) -- President Obama is warning that there can be no quick fixes in the campaign against ISIS. At Joint Base Andrews in Maryland, Obama praised the roughly 60 nations that have joined the U.S.-led coalition against ISIS in Iraq and Syria. The President met...
(Norwalk, CT) -- Police in Connecticut are working to determine what prompted a man to start stabbing people aboard a casino-bound tour bus. The attacker was shot and killed by a state trooper, but not before stabbing a man, woman and himself. While frantic passengers called 911...
(New York, NY) -- President Obama will be making fundraising stops all over the New York area today, but there aren't many campaign events planned. Scott Pringle reports. Play Clip
(Undated) -- A new poll says Republicans hold a slight lead in voters' preference for congressional control less than three weeks before Election Day. The NBC News/"Wall Street Journal" poll gives the GOP a two-point edge, 46-percent to 44. That's a smaller lead than the seven-...