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CAMPAIGN 2016: FROM FIERY criticism of ObamaCare and the Iran nuclear deal to support for Israel and the rights of the unborn, the 10 top Republican presidential candidates did all they could to define and separate themselves Thursday night during the Fox News debates in Cleveland, Ohio.
‘Earth’s most powerful storm’ rips across Taiwan–Heavy rain of up to 20 inches and 110-120 mph winds threaten Taiwan on Friday as Typhoon Soudelor makes landfall. Once the most powerful storm of 2015, Soudelor has weakened but is expected to hit with the strength of a Category 3 hurricane Friday night (local time). Storm trackers take Soudelor across central Taiwan, which is mountainous and landslide-prone. Earlier in the week, the U.S. commonwealth Saipan and other islands took a direct hit from what was then a super typhoon, resulting in a ‘state of disaster.’
Studies recommend middle and high schools start at 8:30 or later. How would later start times affect your family? CDC agrees: teens need to start school later, now school boards need to decide. KING 5
Hospital accommodates couple married for 68 years-The only time the Clarks were apart was when Tom was stationed in Korea while serving in the Army. After 68 years of marriage, Tom says about his wife: ‘I just can’t be away from her, she’s the finest woman in the world.’ KING 5