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US Trump campaign rally, Simone Biles: 5 things to know Thursday

11:55  10 october  2019
11:55  10 october  2019 Source:   usatoday.com

Simone Biles on brink of history at world championships in Germany

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President Donald Trump heads to Montana, Kavanaugh confirmation hearings, NFL season begins: 5 things to know Thursday . Trump will attend a rally in Billings in support of Republican Senate candidate Matt Rosendale, the Trump campaign said.

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Trump to hold campaign rally in Minneapolis

President Donald Trump is traveling to Minneapolis Thursday for his first campaign rally since House Democrats announced an impeachment inquiry against him. The president lost Minnesota to Hillary Clinton by just 1.5 percentage points in 2016, and he has frequently talked of his desire to win it in 2020. The city is preparing to greet the president by holding a massive protest in which thousands are expected to attend and will center on the fighting policies of hate and Trump's anti-immigration rhetoric. Vice President Mike Pence and his wife Karen will also be in attendance for the rally, but it's unclear if the big names can help fill Target Center's nearly 20,000 seats. 

Simone Biles wins fifth women's all-around title at world gymnastics

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Simone Biles of the United States is the heavy favorite to win gold, but look for teammate Aly Like Trump , Clinton to deliver economic message in Michigan. Following on the heels of Donald 18. Colts: Both coach Chuck Pagano and GM Ryan Grigson are back after last year's calamitous campaign .

Biles now has 15 career gold medals. With Tuesday's team win, she is no longer tied with Russian gymnast Svetlana Khorkina for the most overall medals earned by a woman at the world championships. Chung Ng Wai, known as Blitzchung, on a Sunday broadcast of the Hearthstone

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Cuba Gooding Jr groping trial set to start in New York ⁠— again

Oscar-winning actor Cuba Gooding Jr. is set to go on trial Thursday on a misdemeanor groping charge stemming from a New York City bar encounter in June.But that's what the Manhattan District Attorney's Office said in September when jury selection was supposed to begin — and instead the case was postponed because prosecutors said they were still waiting for evidence in the case. Gooding is the second celebrity criminal case scheduled to be tried in New York in the post-#MeToo era. It's also a rare example of prosecuting a groping case, a crime seldom reported in New York, says local criminal defense attorney Stuart Slotnick. Gooding, 51, has pleaded not guilty, insisting that "nothing happened." 

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President Donald Trump 's campaign accused Minneapolis mayor Jacob Frey on Monday of trying to block the president's scheduled political rally . But the campaign threatened to sue the Target Center for a breach in contract, noting that Secret Service was in charge of security.

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California power outages stretch into second day

Nearly 2 million Californians will be without power for a second day Thursday as part of safety measures aimed at curbing wildfire risks amid high winds and hot, dry conditions. Pacific Gas and Electric on Wednesday shut off power to more than 700,000 Northern California homes and businesses, and the utility said the shutdown was expected to last through most of Thursday and perhaps longer, depending on wind conditions. Schools remain shuttered for thousands of students. PG&E has been under intense scrutiny since November, when the company's transmission lines ignited a wildfire that killed 85 people and destroyed more than 10,000 homes.

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Simone Biles to compete for all-around title

Simone Biles is all but assured of winning the all-around title at the World Gymnastics Championships Thursday. She hasn’t lost an all-around competition since nationals in 2013, and it’s been five years since anyone’s even gotten close to her. A win would mark Biles fifth all-around title, and would be Biles’ 22nd medal at the world championships, one less than the record set by Belarus' Vitaly Scherbo. On Tuesday, Biles led the American team to its fifth consecutive title ⁠— earning the 22-year-old her 21st medal, the most for a female gymnast. 

Simone Biles chases one more record to close world gymnastics championships

  Simone Biles chases one more record to close world gymnastics championships Simone Biles chases one more record at the world gymnastics championships, streaming live on NBCSports.com.Biles, after earning her 21st and 22nd career world medals in the team and all-around events, competes in all four apparatus finals between Saturday and Sunday. She is one medal shy of the record 23 held by 1990s Belarusian Vitaly Scherbo. All of Biles’ medals are kept in a safe.

5 Things to Know About Simone Biles , America's Next Great Gymnast. The only thing missing? An Olympic gold medal. The Spring, Texas, native has yet to quality for the 2016 Olympic Games, but with two World Championship wins in the all-around competition under her belt, she's widely expected to

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Snow in October? Winter storm could drop up to 2 feet of snow

A potentially historic winter storm will slam the north-central United States over the next few days with up to 2 feet of snow possible in some areas. The system will produce severe storms and heavy rain Thursday in the southern Plains and critical-to-extreme fire weather threats from the central and southern Rockies to California. The storm will have two parts, the first of which is targeting the northern and central Rockies and High Plains on Wednesday into Thursday. The second part will bring snow to the eastern and central portions of the Dakotas and western Minnesota by week's end.

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