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CHARLOTTE, N.C. (AP) — It could be a Donald Trump first. The Republican presidential candidate says he regrets some of the caustic comments he's made that may have caused people pain. Trump has been trailing Democrat Hillary Clinton in preference polls in key battleground states. Trump didn't specify what comments he was referring to, but he said, "Too much is at stake for us to be consumed with these issues."

WASHINGTON (AP) — Emails obtained by The Associated Press show the men directing Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump's campaign since April never disclosed previous work as foreign agents as required under federal law and orchestrated covert Washington lobbying on behalf of Ukraine's then-ruling political party. Ukraine's anti-corruption body has released entries from once-secret accounting documents that claim to show payments from a pro-Russian political party earmarked for Donald Trump's campaign chairman. a0510

NEW YORK (AP) — Recent preference polls show Democrat Hillary Clinton with a solid and steady lead over Republican Donald Trump in a series of competitive battleground states. Voters also give her higher marks on her readiness for the White House and handling of foreign policy. Those same polls show that much of the public doesn't like Clinton and question her trustworthiness.

ATHENS, Greece (AP) — More migrant rescues are being carried out by Greece's coast guard. Dozens of migrants whose boat ran aground on a deserted islet off the coast of southwestern Greece have been rescued today. The rescues took place hundreds of miles from the usual entry point of migrants into the European Union nation.

MINNEAPOLIS (AP) — Retired Army Gen. John W. Vessey, who rose through the ranks in a 46-year military career to become chairman of the joint chiefs of staff and help oversee President Ronald Reagan's military buildup, has died. He was 94. Vessey enlisted as a private in the Minnesota National Guard in 1939. He retired in 1985.

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