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Trump gains on Clinton in battleground polls

Trump gains on Clinton in battleground polls

09/21/16 05:12AM

An Elon University poll finds Donald Trump at 44% among likely North Carolina voters, compared to Hillary Clinton’s 43%. Clinton’s lead in Florida has been reduced to 5 points, with a Monmouth University poll showing her at 46% and Trump at 41%. watch

Bombing suspect charged with using WMDs

Bombing suspect charged with using WMDs

09/21/16 05:05AM

The man accused in the recent string of bombings in New York and New Jersey has been charged with federal counts of using weapons of mass destruction. Ahmad Rahami has already been charged with five counts of attempted murder of police officers in New Jersey. watch

WSJ: Billionaire donors to support Trump

WSJ: Billionaire donors getting ready to support Trump

09/20/16 05:42AM

According to the Wall Street Journal, Sheldon Adelson will reportedly spend $45 million to back Republicans, including about $5 million to groups supporting Trump. Joe Ricketts, founder of TD Ameritrade, will reportedly give $1 million of his own money to a Super PAC backing Trump as well. watch

Humanitarian aid convoy hit in Syria

Humanitarian aid convoy hit by airstrikes in Syria

09/20/16 05:38AM

The fighting in Syria has continued after the country’s military declared the U.S.-Russian brokered ceasefire over. NBC News Foreign Correspondent Matt Bradley reports on the deadly airstrike on an aid convoy intended for tens of thousands of people. watch