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Hispanic crowd boos Marco Rubio off stage

Rubio bood off stage by LatinosFlorida Sen. Marco Rubio got booed off a stage in Orlando on Sunday, by a crowd that was overwhelmingly Latino.

It happened at Calle Orange, a street festival in downtown Orlando geared toward the city's large Puerto Rican community. The icy reception was an indication of the challenges that Rubio, a Republican of Cuban heritage, has faced in locking down support from Latinos in Florida as the state's Latino electorate has begun to shift to the left.

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Colin Powell will vote for Clinton

Colin PowellFormer Secretary of State Colin Powell announced Tuesday that he will vote for Hillary Clinton, becoming the latest member of the George W. Bush administration to back the Democratic presidential nominee.

Speaking at the Long Island Association Fall Luncheon, Powell condemned GOP presidential nominee Donald Trump while praising Clinton for her experience and stamina, according to reporters at the event.

Powell's endorsement follows recent friction with Clinton.  Powell, a registered Republican, slammed Clinton's reported comments to the FBI naming him as the inspiration for her private email setup while she led the State Department.

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Report accuses Trump super-PAC of agreeing to hide prohibited foreign donations

Report: Trump's foreign donationsThe main super-PAC supporting Donald Trump's presidential bid faces allegations that it worked with foreign donors to facilitate donations from prohibited donations to the group.

An undercover investigation by reporters with Britain's The Telegraph were allegedly directed by Great America PAC co-chairman Eric Beach to funnel a foreign donation through a non-profit so that the source could not be traced.

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Curt Schilling joins Breitbart to fight 'progressive, socialist agenda'

Curt SchililingThe former baseball star Curt Schilling, fired by ESPN for discriminating remarks about transgender people, will host an online radio show for the Breitbert News Network starting Tuesday.

Schilling’s show, called Whatever It Takes will run weekdays from 9am to 11am on the Breitbert.com website and will feature what the network calls “Schilling’s unfiltered and insightful commentary on a mix of topics ranging from politics and culture to current affairs and perhaps some sports.” The format appears to have Schilling fielding phone calls and talking extemporaneously. It is unclear if he will also have guests.

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Feds step in to defend Clinton in Benghazi email suit

Feds step in to defend Clinton in inghazi suitThe U.S. government has taken over part of Hillary Clinton’s defense in a civil lawsuit contending that her use of a private email server caused a breach of security that resulted in the deadly attacks on the U.S. diplomatic compound in Benghazi in 2012.

A top Justice Department official filed a notice with a federal judge last week stating that most of the allegations against Clinton in the suit pertain to her duties as secretary of state, so the federal government will assume her defense on those claims.

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Facebook co-founder drops unprecedented cash to stop Trump

dustin MoskowitzIf the first $20 million yielded cheers, the second $15 million generated stunned silence.

Facebook co-founder Dustin Moskovitz vaulted suddenly and without any advance warning to the top rung of Democratic party megadonors with two unheralded tears through his checkbook in the past six weeks. His money significantly altered the short-term financial position of the pro-Hillary Clinton forces and revealed a previously unknown source of cash for Democrats.

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Trump's growth projections leave economists in disbelief

Trumps growth fantasyEconomists are dubious of Donald Trump’s claim that he could more than triple economic growth if elected president.

Trump has repeatedly blasted the gross domestic product (GDP) numbers under President Obama as pathetically low, promising he would change the trajectory by building a “tremendous economic machine.” He reiterated those claims during the third presidential debate Wednesday, after the government reported the economy grew 1.4 percent in the second quarter of the year.

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