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WASHINGTON (AP) — The Democratic presidential candidates meet for their third debate tonight, with tensions suddenly boiling between Hillary Clinton and chief rival Bernie Sanders. Revelations that Sanders campaign workers improperly accessed voter data compiled by the Clinton campaign have thrown a wild card into a debate that was shaping up to be centered on national security.

WASHINGTON (AP) — When it comes to politics, Donald Trump apparently means business, but how much does business figure in his politics? The Republican front-runner has been using corporate resources in his White House bid. That's drawn the attention of federal regulators, as well as campaign-law experts who say some of what he's doing could be illegal.

HONOLULU (AP) — President Barack Obama and his family are expected to arrive shortly in Hawaii to begin their annual Christmas vacation. During a stopover in California, the president and first lady Michelle met with relatives of the 14 people killed during the San Bernardino shooting rampage earlier this month.

VERONA, Va. (AP) — A teacher's lesson on Islam in Virginia's Bible Belt has sparked thousands of angry emails and social media postings. The lesson at Riverheads High School involved practicing calligraphy and writing a statement in Arabic which contains the phrase, "There is no god but Allah." Things got so heated, school was let out a day early for the Christmas break.

NEW YORK (AP) — "Star Wars" fever has spread through movie theaters around the globe. Following a record $57 million from Thursday night showings in North America, and packed matinees on Friday, the Walt Disney Co. projected that "Star Wars: The Force Awakens" will surpass $215 million on the weekend.

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