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November 28, 2015

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  • Republican presidential candidate Ben Carson speaks at a rally Sunday, Nov. 15, 2015, at the Henderson Pavilion. Carson spoke at the International Church of Las Vegas earlier in the day.
    Carson addresses faith, Trump, terrorism and racism in valley speeches
    Nov. 15, 2015
    Republican presidential contender Ben Carson's religious faith means he “doesn’t get down in the mud” the way other political candidates do, he said today in a speech at the International Church of Las Vegas. Then, at the Henderson Pavilion, in front of a banner that read “Heal, Inspire, Revive,” Carson said Friday’s terrorist attack in Paris underscores the need for the United States to support its allies and fight terrorism ...
  • Among other leaders, U.S. President Barack Obama, left, and Britain's Prime Minister David Cameron hold a minute of silence Sunday, Nov. 15, 2015, for the victims of Friday's Paris attacks prior to a session of the G-20 summit in Antalya, Turkey. The 2015 G-20 Leaders Summit is being held near the Turkish Mediterranean coastal city of Antalya through Monday.
    World leaders vow vigorous response after Paris terror spree
    Nov. 15, 2015
    World leaders vowed a vigorous response to the Islamic State group's terror spree in Paris as they opened a two-day meeting in Turkey on Sunday, with President Barack Obama calling the violence an "attack on the civilized world" and Russian President Vladimir Putin urging "global efforts" to confront the threat.
  • Fiorina links Obama, Clinton to Paris attacks
    Nov. 15, 2015
    The Latest from the Florida Republican Party's Sunshine Summit, where the major GOP presidential hopefuls are wooing voters and activists for their support in the state's March 15 primary. All times are local.
  • Debate Takeaways: Somber on Paris, disputes over Wall Street
    Nov. 15, 2015
    Call it a tale of two debates.
  • AP Fact Check: Clinton on guns; Sanders on wage inequality
    Nov. 15, 2015
    Bernie Sanders persisted in using shopworn stats on income inequality and Hillary Rodham Clinton glossed over the well-heeled donors to her campaign in the latest Democratic presidential debate.
  • Clinton’s invoking of 9/11 to defend donations draws ire
    Nov. 15, 2015
    Hillary Rodham Clinton defended her campaign contributions from Wall Street by invoking her work to help the financial sector rebuild after the Sept. 11, 2001, attacks, raising eyebrows among her Democratic challengers and Republicans alike.
  • 21 bodies found after landslide hits east China village
    Nov. 15, 2015
    The death toll from a landslide that buried homes in eastern China has risen to 21 people with 16 others still missing, a local government said Sunday.
  • Real challenge for Myanmar opposition head comes after polls
    Nov. 15, 2015
    Winning Myanmar's election turned out to be easier than expected for Aung San Suu Kyi and her opposition party, but steering the country will be a test of how the Nobel Peace laureate balances her moral vision with political realities.
  • Iraqi Kurds uncover mass graves in formerly IS-held Sinjar
    Nov. 15, 2015
    Iraqi Kurds uncover mass graves in formerly IS-held Sinjar
  • Nevada Republican Party re-elects McDonald as chairman
    Nov. 15, 2015
    The Nevada Republican Party re-elected Michael McDonald to a third term as chairman on Saturday after a heated election that included the last-minute near-disqualification of his opponent, former Clark County Republican Party political director Nick Phillips.
  • Rescue workers help a woman after a shooting, outside the Bataclan theater in Paris, Friday Nov. 13, 2015.
    How a night of horror washes Paris in blood; 129 dead
    Nov. 15, 2015
    The attackers worked in three synchronized teams, wearing matching suicide vests and carrying the same weapons. In an excruciating half-hour, they unleashed their terror.
  • Democrats see Rubio and Kasich as 2016 threats
    Nov. 15, 2015
    Bring on Donald Trump, and Ben Carson, too. That's what Democratic insiders are saying about the Republican outsiders who sit solidly atop preference polls in the race for the GOP nomination for president.
  • Trump: Attack would have been different with more guns
    Nov. 15, 2015
    Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump says the terror attacks in Paris would have been "a much, much different situation" had the victims been armed with guns.
  • Fact check: Sanders on 1 percent; Clinton on donors
    Nov. 14, 2015
    Bernie Sanders persisted in using shopworn stats on income inequality and Hillary Rodham Clinton glossed over the well-heeled donors to her campaign in the latest Democratic presidential debate. Some of the claims in the debate Saturday night and how they compare with the facts:
  • Hillary Rodham Clinton shakes hands with Martin O'Malley after Saturday's Democratic presidential primary debate.
    Democratic debate takeaways: Somber on Paris, divisions on policy
    Nov. 14, 2015
    With the country still reeling from deadly terrorist attacks in Paris, Hillary Rodham Clinton cast herself as America's strongest leader in a scary world, even as she found herself forced to defend her own role …
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