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Barack Obama To Make Final Air Force One Trip To Hometown Chicago

Outgoing US President Barack Obama will take his last flight on Air Force One to his hometown of Chicago to deliver his farewell speech marking the end of his successful eight years of presidency, a top American official has said.

This is also likely to be Obama's final out of town-travel as the 44th President of the United States before he would pass on the baton to Donald Trump at a swearing-in ceremony on January 20.

Barack Obama has rented a house to live in Washington DC for the next two years for his youngest daughter to complete her studies.

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Amid Recount Effort, Donald Trump Eyes Foreign Policy, Defense Jobs

His inauguration less than eight weeks away, President-elect Donald Trump was confronted by new developments Saturday in recount efforts in three states pivotal to his Nov. 8 victory, even as he worked to fill foreign policy and national defense jobs in his incoming administration.

The New York billionaire, whose defeat of Democrat Hillary Clinton surprised even some loyalists, has scrambled to fill his Cabinet as the Jan. 20 inauguration approaches. Still, in many ways, he has barely scratched the surface of creating the massive team needed to run the government.

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Donald Trump Says He's Winning, Polls Say Otherwise

Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump launched their two-week scramble to the finish line of the US presidential race Monday, with the billionaire Republican dismissing the polls to insist he's "winning" the race.

"This is bigger than Brexit, what's going on," the 70-year-old Trump told a rowdy rally in Florida, referring to Britain's shock June vote to leave the European Union.

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Hillary Clinton Campaign Took Shape In Secret, Hacked Emails Show

Back in early 2014, a media leak revealed Robby Mook was being considered to run a possible presidential campaign by Hillary Clinton.

In fact, the 36-year-old was already on the job -- almost three years before the vote.

"You are right abt a long term press strategy. Need a different voice responding to this stuff," Mook wrote to Cheryl Mills, Clinton's longtime aide, in February 2014.

Mook's message was among the thousands of gmail messages hacked from the account of John Podesta, Clinton's campaign chairman, and released in recent days by WikiLeaks.

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WikiLeaks Emails Show Clinton Campaign Collected Data To Discredit Bill Clinton Accuser

After Juanita Broaddrick, who has long accused former president Bill Clinton of raping her in 1978, repeated those allegations in a January tweet, aides to Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton quickly moved to gather information that could be used to undermine her account, hacked internal campaign emails released Saturday by the group WikiLeaks show.

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New US President should meet Modi in 100 days: think tank

With just 100 days left in Barack Obama’s presidency, a top American think tank has suggested that the new US president should meet Prime Minister Narendra Modi within first 100 days to strongly signal the importance of continuing close relations between the two countries.

In a major report on ‘India-US Security Co-operation’, the Center for Strategic and International Studies (CSIS) urges the upcoming administration to ensure that India signs the foundational agreements, which it believes is important for strengthening the India-US defence relationship.

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US election: Obama urges Republicans to shun Trump

US President Barack Obama has urged senior Republicans to formally withdraw their endorsement of Donald Trump as their presidential candidate.

Mr. Obama said Mr. Trump’s crude comments about women would disqualify him from even working in a shop.

At a rally in support of Democratic contender Hillary Clinton, Mr. Obama said it didn’t make sense to denounce Mr. Trump’s controversial remarks while still backing him for the White House.

Many top Republicans have distanced themselves from Mr. Trump over a video in which he boasts of groping women.

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Facebook's Sheryl Sandberg Says Has No Plan To Work In Government

Facebook Inc Chief Operating Officer Sheryl Sandberg, who has been mentioned as a potential Treasury Secretary should Democrat Hillary Clinton become the next US president, said on Tuesday she has no plans to go into government.

"I'm staying at Facebook," Sandberg said when asked at a conference in Menlo Park, California if she would consider taking a position in government if Clinton wins the November 8 presidential election.

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Donald Trump Appears With Bill Clinton Accusers Ahead Of Debate

In a stunningly brazen move, Donald Trump met on Sunday night with several women who have accused Bill Clinton of rape and other unwanted sexual advances, just over an hour before the Republican presidential nominee was stepping on the debate stage with the former president's wife, Hillary Clinton.

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No date yet fixed for Azerbaijani, Armenian presidents’ meeting in Paris – ambassador

Baku. Farid Mirzayev – APA. No date has yet been fixed for a meeting of Azerbaijani and Armenian presidents in Paris, French ambassador to Azerbaijan Aurelia Bouchez told reporters in Baku Sept. 30.

High-level meetings between France and Azerbaijan are held on a regular basis, the ambassador noted.

The Nagorno-Karabakh conflict entered its modern phase when the Armenian SRR made territorial claims against the Azerbaijani SSR in 1988.

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