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David Duke qualifies for Louisiana Senate debate

David DukeFormer Ku Klux Klan leader David Duke has qualified for a televised debate in Louisiana's Senate race after a new poll showed him drawing 5 percent of the vote.

Duke, a white supremacist, announced he was running late this summer, saying GOP presidential nominee Donald Trump had inspired him and drawn more followers to his cause. Other Republicans in the state have disavowed him and the Republican National Committee and Louisiana GOP explored booting him out of the party.


Why is the Ivanka Trump clothing line boycott growing? You are what you wear

Ivanka brand boycott growingLike many women who have watched sexual harassment allegations against Trump unfold, [Shannon] Coulter was reminded of her own experience. “I was in an office belonging to a firm I was working for in Silicon Valley and my boss’s boss came breezing through. Suddenly he came up behind me and pressed himself right up against me and said ‘Why is it you always look so good?’ He had a colleague with him and it was so humiliating,” Coulter recalled.

“And when I heard Donald Trump talking on that tape, I recognized in his words the same feeling that I had that day – of being nothing more than an object. No matter how smart you are or how hard you work, they can do that to us,” she said.

Now Coulter is taking action.


Washington sheriff fires back at NFL over Josh Brown case

Josh Brown admitted abuseKing County Sheriff John Urquhart fired back at the NFL, which called his agency out for not disclosing the extent of New York Giants kicker Josh Brown's domestic violence accusations.

"I don’t like to get pushed around by a bully," Urquhart told KIRO-FM on Thursday. "Or I can be charitable and say they don’t know the facts. They don’t understand how public disclosure works. That’s a better way to put it, if I felt like being charitable.


Former RNC Chair, Michael Steele. Dumps Trump

Michael Steele dumps trumpThe former head of the Republican Party won’t be voting for Donald Trump in November, BuzzFeed reports.

Michael Steele, who chaired the party from 2009 to 2011, said at an event this week that he was “damn near puking during the debates,” according to the publication. Steele added that he also wouldn’t vote for Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton.

The former chairman is the latest high-profile conservative to disavow Trump. After giving the GOP nominee’s racist and sexist comments a pass for almost his entire campaign, a slew of Republican leaders abandoned ship this month amid growing accusations of sexual assault.



Black police group unhappy with political endorsements

Black police object to Trump endorsementThe association of black Cincinnati police officers disagrees with the Fraternal Order of Police endorsement of Donald Trump for president.

The 330,000-member national Fraternal Order of Police endorsed Trump last month. Before that endorsement was announced Sept. 16, members of a Cincinnati chapter took a floor vote that was in favor of Trump. Those results contributed to the national endorsement.

"Local 1900 is not involved in presidential politics," said local Fraternal Order of Police President Dan Hils. "We voted in-house to report up."


6.6-magnitude quake hits Japan; little damage reported

6.6 earthquake in JapanA suspected 6.2-magnitude earthquake shook western Japan's Tottori prefecture Friday afternoon, causing some injuries and property damage, the Japan Meteorological Agency said.

The temblor struck near the city of Kurayoshi, west of Osaka, the U.S. Geological Survey said.

At least 10 injuries were reported, fire officials said, and some buildings were damaged. The earthquake temporarily disrupted highway travel, bullet train service and airport schedules, and nearly 80,000 homes endured a temporary power blackout. No injuries were reported at the region's nuclear power plants, which were automatically powered down, and no tsunami warning was announced.



Atchison, Kan., residents urged to shelter in place after chemical spill

MGP spillA spill at the MGP Ingredients Inc. chemical plant in the Kansas city of Atchison has led officials to recommend residents shelter in place on Friday.

The Atchison City Manager's Office said the chemical leak could be an airborne chlorine powder, though the company has not confirmed, KSHB Kansas City reports.


3 St. Louis basketball players face charges in rape case

Lindenwood U rape charges against 3Three basketball players at Lindenwood University in suburban St. Louis are facing charges in connection with an alleged rape.

Authorities say 22-year-old Ermias Tesfia Nega of Arlington, Virginia, and 19-year-old Tylan Jamon Birts of Homestead, Florida, were charged Oct. 14 with second-degree rape. A third player, 20-year-old Bradley Newman Jr. of Menomonee Falls, Wisconsin, was charged with second-degree invasion of privacy.


South Africa to quit International Criminal Court

S Africa to quit ICCSouth Africa is pulling out of the International Criminal Court (ICC) because its obligations are inconsistent with laws giving sitting leaders diplomatic immunity, according to government officials.

Justice Minister Michael Masutha said on Friday that the government will soon submit a bill in parliament to withdraw from the court in The Hague, a move that comes as several African countries express concerns over what they call the ICC's disproportionate targeting of the continent.


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