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Early voting turnout higher than previous presidential elections

New numbers released Tuesday by the state's Division of Elections show almost 300,000 voters went to early voting sites on the first day they were open in 50 counties. Nearly 827,000 votes have already been cast in Georgia, a 39% increase from this point in 2012 - when half the state voted early. But at this point in 2012, Democrats led by more than 55,000 votes, or 14.9 points.


Trump booed at charity dinner while cracking Clinton jokes

Trump booed at charity dinner while cracking Clinton jokes

Polls indicate that Ms Clinton has extended her lead over Mr Trump over the course of three television debates, with her rival hinting at defeat by suggesting the election is "rigged". Some of Trump's jibes drew boos from the crowd at the event known more friendly jokes than conflict. "For example, Hillary believes that it is vital to deceive the people by having one public policy and a totally different policy in private".


Trump campaign calls anti-Semitic chant at rally 'deplorable'

Trump campaign calls anti-Semitic chant at rally 'deplorable'

After criticism, Clinton later said she should not have said "half" of his backers were deplorable . The man, who wore a "Hillary for Prison" T-shirt, also asserted that Jews control the media, a common theme among white supremacists. Trump campaign manager Kellyanne Conway says the FBI's review of newly-found messages in connection to its investigation of Hillary Clinton's use of a private email server could make a difference on Election Day.


'What Happened to Hillary Clinton Was Wrong'

'What Happened to Hillary Clinton Was Wrong'

Speaking to supporters in Florida on Saturday, Mrs Clinton said: "It's not just odd, it's unprecedented". Podesta also told Tapper that Clinton has learned from her use of a private email server at the State Department. The document required her to give back all "unclassified documents and papers relating to the official business of the government acquired by me while in the employ of the department".


U.S. Judge Approves $14.7 Billion Volkswagen Diesel Buyback Deal

U.S. Judge Approves $14.7 Billion Volkswagen Diesel Buyback Deal

After Volkswagen failing the US Emission test , Volkswagen owners are to receive just compensation for buying its diesel vehicle. Hinrich Woebcken, president and CEO of Volkswagen Group of America Inc, called final approval of a settlement first announced in June "an important milestone in our journey to making things right in the United States", and pledged to carry out the terms "as seamlessly as possible".