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The final presidential debate of the 2016 election took place last night! Donald and Hillary discussed six main topics: national debt and health and social benefits, immigration, the economy, the Supreme Court, foreign flashpoints and their fitness to be president.
The Transportation Department’s ban on the Samsung’s Galaxy Note 7 could be leaving some users in a lurch if they try to take the phone on any flight going to or from any part of the United States. To help those folks, Samsung is setting up pop-up exchange booths at airports to offer customers another Samsung phone in exchange for their faulty Notes.
More than 19 million worldwide are set to participate Today in the Great ShakeOut Earthquake Drills, an annual event that promotes earthquake preparedness. Participants in homes, schools and businesses will practice the “drop, cover and hold on” drill, which involves dropping to the ground, crawling for cover under a nearby desk or table and holding on securely until the earthquake stops. The ShakeOut began in Southern California and has since grown to include participants across the U.S. and in Japan, Southern Italy, New Zealand and parts of Canada.
Police and the Washington State Patrol are trying to figure out who is tossing rocks from overpasses in Seattle. Five cars hit by rocks thrown from I-5 overpasses in Seattle. It’s can even kill and that why law enforcement is asking the public to keep close watch. If you have any information about these incidents call 911.