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Houston Strip Mall Shooting Leaves 9 Injured, Suspect Dead

Houston strip mall shootingAt least nine people were injured when a gun man opened fire at a Houston shopping center Monday morning, officials said.

Police fatally shot the suspect, who started "firing actively" at officers once they located him, said Houston Police Chief Martha Montalvo.

Six victims were taken to area hospitals, Montalvo said. Three were in good condition, one was in fair condition, one was in serious condition and one was in critical condition, she said. Three more people were treated at the scene.

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Bodies litter floor at makeshift hospital in Aleppo

Aleppo horrorHospitals are struggling to cope in Syria's Aleppo as government and Russian fighter jets continued to pound the city's rebel-held east, killing more than 200 people in under a week.

Al Jazeera's Amr al-Halabi, reporting from a makeshift hospital in the city, described a bleak situation as the hospital overflowed with dozens of dead and wounded people.

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Golf legend Arnold Palmer dead at age 87

Arnie Palmer diesArnold Palmer, a seven-time major winner who brought golf to the masses and became the most beloved figure in the game, died Sunday, a source close to the family confirmed to Golfweek. He was 87.

Reaction poured in from “Arnie’s Army” of admirers in the world of golf.

“We loved him with a mythic American joy,” said Palmer biographer James Dodson. “He represented everything that is great about golf. The friendship, the fellowship, the laughter, the impossibility of golf, the sudden rapture moment that brings you back, a moment that you never forget, that’s Arnold Palmer in spades. He’s the defining figure in golf.”

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Port Authority Chief Testifies Christie Ally Pressured Him to Reclose Lanes to Bridge

Port Authority chief says Christie is protectedOn the morning that Patrick J. Foye ordered the reversal of the mysterious lane closings near the George Washington Bridge in September 2013, Bill Baroni appeared in his office, visibly on edge.

Mr. Baroni, Gov. Chris Christie’s top appointee at the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey, which operates the bridge, beseeched Mr. Foye, the agency’s executive director, to reclose the lanes. He kept pressing even after Mr. Foye reminded him that ambulances had been caught in the gridlock caused by the lane closings — that “someone could have died.”

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Raised-fist Olympians punished in 1968 will be received at White House

Rised fist Olympian punished in 1968Tommie Smith and John Carlos, the two African-American athletes sent home from the 1968 Olympic Games for their raised-fist protest on the medal podium, will receive a long-awaited moment of redemption at a U.S. team event at the White House this week.

The two were invited by the U.S. Olympic Committee to attend a gala dinner on Wednesday in Washington honoring the 2016 Olympic team and accompany the team to meet President Barack Obama at the White House the following day, Carlos told Reuters on Sunday.

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Trump campaign police advocate fired from airline job after criminal charge

Trump police advocate firedDonald Trump’s campaign chairman for police supporters in a key swing state, who was also a pilot for the Republican presidential campaign, has been fired from his job after the Guardian disclosed that he is charged with a violent crime.

Vincent Caldara, a retired police officer and chair of Trump’s Florida law enforcement coalition, will no longer fly vice-presidential nominee Mike Pence to rallies across the US. He is accused of aggravated battery with a deadly weapon.

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Donald Trump’s Week of Misrepresentations, Exaggerations and Half-Truths

Donald TrumpAs August ended, a new Donald Trump emerged. Coached by his third campaign management team, he stayed on message, read from a teleprompter and focused on policy. It lasted about a month.

After he lied on Sept. 16 that he was not the person responsible for the birtherism campaign to delegitimize Barack Obama’s presidency, POLITICO chose to spend a week fact-checking Trump. We fact-checked Hillary Clinton over the same time.

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16 more women accuse former USA Gymnastics doctor of sexual abuse

Gymnast doctor accused by 16 more womenIn the two weeks since IndyStar reported sexual abuse allegations against former USA Gymnastics team physician Dr. Larry Nassar, 16 more women have filed criminal complaints against the doctor.

Four of the women contacted IndyStar directly, along with a fifth woman who filed a report with police in 2004. Each of them said they told police Nassar penetrated them with his finger during what were supposed to be medical treatments. Three of the five said they were underage at the time. Two said he also touched their breasts. One said Nassar was sexually aroused.

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Boko Haram leader resurfaces, demands hostage swap for Chibok girls

Boko HaramThe leader of the militant group Boko Haram reportedly resurfaced in a video posted online Sunday, refuting reports he died in an airstrike and saying the group will release the missing Chibok girls if the Nigerian government agrees to a prisoner swap.

"You have been spreading in the social media that you injured or killed me," the man who identified himself as Abubakar Shekau said in the 40-minute video released on YouTube dated Sep. 25. "Oh tyrants, I'm in a happy state, in good health and in safety."

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