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Biden and Trump clash again over fracking, oil industry at final debate

Former Vice President Joe Biden and President Trump clashed again on Thursday over energy policy and how reform would impact American workers.

Real James Bond? Declassified files suggest a Cold War spy by that name

News over recently declassified Cold War-era documents about a suspected British agent named James Bond have left some in the intelligence community and the Polish public shaken and stirred. 

Biden slams Trump as he distances himself from progressives: 'He thinks he's running against somebody else'

The heated exchange occurred after Biden was asked to address Americans who are concerned about a shift toward socialized medicine.

An improved Trump, a tighter Biden land punches in a better debate

For all the fierceness of the exchanges, most of the jabs were delivered in a respectful fashion, at least compared to the first debate, where Trump drew bad reviews for his constant interruptions. 

Giants' Daniel Jones blows chance to score wide-open touchdown vs. Eagles, Wayne Gallman salvages drive

Daniel Jones had the play of the game for the New York Giants in the third quarter.

NBC's Kristen Welker breaks media's silence, asks Biden if Hunter's foreign business ties were 'unethical'

NBC News correspondent and presidential debate moderator Kristen Welker did what the vast majority of the mainstream media was hesitant to do, ask Joe Biden a question about his son's foreign business dealings while the former vice president was in office. 

Oakland gunman wanted in double murder takes hostage at shoe store, later surrenders

An armed suspect wanted in connection with a double homicide took a hostage at a Northern California store Thursday, later surrendering after an hours-long standoff with authorities, police said. 

Illinois bars, restaurants rebel against governor's closure orders

Some restaurants and bars in Illinois are promising to stay open despite threats from Illinois Gov. J.B. Pritzker to shut down establishments that don't follow guidelines and closure orders. 

Biden shocks debate viewers with bizarre Hitler reference

Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden shocked viewers on Thursday with a bizarre reference to Adolf Hitler during the final presidential debate.  

Trump, Biden refrain from interrupting each other

At the second and final presidential debate Thursday night in Nashville, Tenn., both candidates mostly played nice and avoided interrupting each other.

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