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Half a century after the bathyscape Trieste reached the bottom of the Mariana Trench, Nekton continues to push the boundaries of deep ocean exploration.
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Sen. Dianne Feinstein had dinner privately for an hour Thursday with Hillary Clinton, saying the former Democratic presidential nominee is resigned to the outcome of the elections but taking some time off to recuperate.
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Oakland Fire Chief Teresa Deloach Reed said Thursday that the department's prevention efforts, have been hampered by years of budget cuts and hiring freezes.
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Retired Lt. Gen. Michael Flynn, Donald Trump's pick to be his national security adviser, claimed in an August radio interview that Arabic signs were present along the United States border with Mexico to guide potential state-sponsored terrorists and "radicalized Muslims" into the United States.
Donald Trump spotlighted his economic goals Thursday, using the third stop on his "thank you" tour to reassure Americans that he'd bring back jobs to the United States and pushed a message for companies and countries around the world: "Buy American, hire American."
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