Expert: horse deaths result of 'multiple factors'

Expert: horse deaths result of 'multiple factors'

Santa Anita had its second horse death in four days when a horse was injured during a race Sunday and was later euthanized. UC Davis School of Veterinary Medicine professor Susan Stover says recent deaths have been a result of multiple factors.
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Today in History for October 22nd

Today in History for October 22nd

Highlights of this day in history: A Cold War crisis over Cuba leads to brink of nuclear war; Shah of Iran allowed into U.S. for treatment; 'Pretty Boy' Floyd killed; Last victim slain in D.C. sniper shootings; Cellist Pablo Casals dies.
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On This Day: 2 October 1943

On This Day: 2 October 1943

French cinema icon Catherine Denueve was born in Paris.
Japan’s Emperor Naruhito ascends Chrysanthemum Throne

Japan’s Emperor Naruhito ascends Chrysanthemum Throne

Japan's Naruhito proclaimed himself Emperor during an enthronement ceremony at the Imperial Palace, declaring himself the country's 126th monarch.
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ShowBiz Minute: Dangerous Celebs, Williams, Star Wars

ShowBiz Minute: Dangerous Celebs, Williams, Star Wars

The most dangerous celebrity online is revealed; Wendy Williams receives star on Hollywood Walk of Fame; Final "Rise of Skywalker" trailer debuts.
Bebe Rexha inspired by Serena for 'Maleficent' song

Bebe Rexha inspired by Serena for 'Maleficent' song

Bebe Rexha reveals how her song "You Can't Stop the Girl," which appeards on the soundtrack of "Maleficent: Mistress of Evil," came about.
Drama 'Current War' survives Weinstein Company collapse

Drama 'Current War' survives Weinstein Company collapse

"Current War" stars Michael Shannon and Tuppence Middleton and director Alfonso Gomez-Rejon discuss almost losing their film in The Weinstein Company collapse.
Thai king strips consort of royal titles for disloyalty

Thai king strips consort of royal titles for disloyalty

Thailand's king has stripped his royal consort of her titles and military ranks for disloyalty.
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What Can Be Saved? Dams threaten wild river

What Can Be Saved? Dams threaten wild river

The Vjosa is one of Europe's last wild rivers. But it faces threat from dam construction as pressure for hydropower intensifies in less developed countries. This is the latest installment in the 12-week series, "What Can Be Saved?"
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Michigan State hoops No. 1 in preseason AP Top 25

Michigan State hoops No. 1 in preseason AP Top 25

Michigan State is No. 1 in The Associated Press preseason men's basketball poll for the first time in school history.
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Chicago teacher strike cancels classes a 3rd day

Chicago teacher strike cancels classes a 3rd day

More than 300,000 public school students in Chicago are getting another day off as contract talks continue between the teachers' union and the nation's third-largest school district.
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AP Top Stories October 21

AP Top Stories October 21

Here are the top stories for Monday, October 21st: US may now keep some troops in Syria; Settlement reached in opioids lawsuit; Texas gov. delcares disaster in 16 counties; "Zombies" take over Florida Keys.
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Wildfire burns near hilltop homes in Los Angeles

Wildfire burns near hilltop homes in Los Angeles

A furious firefighting air and ground attack beat back a wildfire Monday as it raced up canyon walls toward multimillion-dollar ocean-view homes on a ridge in Los Angeles.
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Deep-sea explorers find Battle of Midway warships

Deep-sea explorers find Battle of Midway warships

Deep-sea explorers scouring the world’s oceans for sunken World War II ships have found a second Japanese warship deep in the Pacific where one of the most decisive battles of the time took place.
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US plans to require DNA from asylum-seekers

US plans to require DNA from asylum-seekers

The Trump administration is planning to collect DNA samples from asylum-seekers detained by immigration officials and will add the information to an FBI database used by law enforcement hunting for criminals, a Justice Department official says.
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Group call for human control of killer robots

Group call for human control of killer robots

Representatives from the Campaign To Stop Killer Robots urged the international community to create a treaty to ban autonomous military robots that use logarithms and sensors to determine when to kill people, instead of a person making that decision.
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Twister tears apart Dallas homes and businesses

Twister tears apart Dallas homes and businesses

A tornado tore homes and businesses apart in a densely populated area of Dallas but only minor injuries were reported. Tens of thousands of people were without electricity.
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Trudeau opponents eye victory as Canada votes

Trudeau opponents eye victory as Canada votes

Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau faces the threat of being knocked from power after one term as the nation held parliamentary elections on Monday. Polls indicate Trudeau's Liberal Party could lose or fail to get a majority.
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Ebola survivor with bike helps ease fear in Congo

Ebola survivor with bike helps ease fear in Congo

A motorcyclist and Ebola survivor is helping doctors overcome the local suspicions and fear which block their efforts to quarantine and treat patients with the deadly virus in Congo.
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Trump laments G-7 move from Doral after pushback

Trump laments G-7 move from Doral after pushback

President Donald Trump is lamenting that he was forced to move next year's Group of Seven summit from his private golf club in Florida after bipartisan criticism that he was trying to profit off the presidency.
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Trump: Some US troops to remain in Syria

Trump: Some US troops to remain in Syria

Donald Trump says he still wants to get all US troops out of Syria, but Israel and Jordan have asked to leave some there. Trump says that the US would "work something out" with the Kurds in Syria to ensure they have access to income from oil.
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AP Top Stories October 21

AP Top Stories October 21

Here are the top stories for Monday, October 21st: Syrians hurl potatoes at departing American military; Republicans looks to censure Adam Schiff; Lebanon's cabinet approves sweeping reforms; Half Moon Bay wraps up 49th Arts and Pumpkin Festival.
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Attorneys: Settlement reached in opioids lawsuit

Attorneys: Settlement reached in opioids lawsuit

The nation's three biggest drug distributors and a major drugmaker reached a $260 million settlement with two Ohio counties over the deadly havoc wreaked by opioids, just hours before the first federal trial over the crisis was about to begin Monday.
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Flames tear apart Philadelphia auto body shop

Flames tear apart Philadelphia auto body shop

A three-alarm fire tore through a Philadelphia auto body shop Monday morning, sending thick smoke and large flames into the air, causing bricks to fall to the sidewalk below and forcing students from their nearby high school.
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Prominent faith leaders differ on impeachment

Prominent faith leaders differ on impeachment

While Reverends Franklin Graham and Robert Lee both say they answer to a higher calling, the two religious voices view President Donald Trump’s impeachment inquiry through different lenses.
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