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Trump attacks Clinton on trade, says he should be handed victory

TOLEDO, Ohio; WINSTON SALEM, N.C. U.S. Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump criticized Democrat Hillary Clinton on Thursday over her trade policies, saying she would handle trade deals so badly that the country should "just cancel the election" and name him the victor. | Video

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France, Britain bicker over child migrants stuck in Calais

PARIS Five days into a French operation to clear the Calais "Jungle" France has lashed out at apparent British criticism of the way children are being treated while thousands of migrants are resettled across France and the camp is destroyed.

World, France 4:12am EDT

Exclusive: EpiPen price hikes add millions to Pentagon costs

NEW YORK/WASHINGTON Mylan NV's price hikes on EpiPens have added millions to U.S. Department of Defense spending since 2008 as the agency covered more prescriptions for the lifesaving allergy shot at near retail prices, government data provided to Reuters shows.

Health, U.S. 1:27am EDT

Rebel shelling kills children at school in west Aleppo: government, monitor

BEIRUT Shelling by Syrian rebels killed several children at a school in government-held western Aleppo on Thursday, state media and a monitoring group said, just a day after air strikes on a school in a rebel-held village in Idlib, 50km (32 miles) away.

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Facebook executives feel the heat of content controversies

SAN FRANCISCO/WASHINGTON After Facebook's removal of an iconic Vietnam war photo stirred an international uproar last month, the social network's executives quickly backtracked and cleared its publication.

Tech, Facebook 1:05am EDT

Amazon forecast for holiday season disappoints as investment rises

Amazon.com Inc on Thursday said high spending on warehouses and video production would drag on profits in the holiday quarter, disappointing investors who are weary of roller coaster results from the e-commerce giant and sending its shares down 6 percent. | Video

Oct 27 2016

Jury awards $7.3 million to Penn State whistleblower in Sandusky scandal

BELLEFONTE, Pa. A jury in Pennsylvania on Thursday awarded more than $7 million in damages to a former Penn State University assistant football coach who said the school retaliated by firing him after he implicated Jerry Sandusky as a molester of young boys.