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WINDHAM, N.H. (AP) — Donald Trump is mocking Democratic rival Hillary Clinton for saying that she'd "short-circuited" when discussing her email controversy during an interview with Fox News. The Republican presidential nominee told supporters at a rally in New Hampshire tonight that Clinton's "got problems" and that Americans "don't want someone who's going to short-circuit."

CHICAGO (AP) — Nine videos in the fatal police shooting of a black 18-year-old in Chicago are now in the public domain. Police Superintendent Eddie Johnson says the release of the videos is the beginning of a more transparent process. But Johnson says there are still a lot of questions to answer to build trust between the community and the police department. Paul O'Neal was killed by officers last month as he was fleeing.

BANGKOK (AP) — Thais are voting in a referendum on a new constitution that could prolong a military rule and entrench a new system that gives vast powers to appointed officials. The junta, which came to power in a May 2014 coup, says the new constitution will usher in a new era of clean politics and stable democracy. But the government has banned political rallies, independent campaigns against the draft constitution and allowed virtually no debates on it.

CHARLEROI, Belgium (AP) — Belgian Prime Minister Charles Michel says "preliminary indications" suggest a machete attack against two female police officers in the city Charleroi was an act of terrorism. Police say the attacker shouted "Allahu Akhbar" during Saturday's attack on a wooden guard hut outside the main police station. The assailant was fatally shot by a third officer. Police say both wounded officers are now "out of danger."

MINNEAPOLIS (AP) —The administrator of Prince's estate says it's not planning to sell Paisley Park. A court filing on Friday had included Paisley Park, Prince's home and recording complex, among a list of properties that could be sold. But today, Bremer Trust said it has no plans to sell either Paisley Park or the property referred to as the "Purple Rain" house" in Minneapolis.

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