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CHARLOTTE, N.C. (AP) — The Hillary Clinton campaign says Donald Trump was just reading words from a teleprompter when he said he regrets using caustic language that may have hurt people. Trump told a rally last night in Charlotte, North Carolina, "believe it or not, I regret it — and I do regret it."

MOSCOW (AP) — Ukraine's anti-corruption body has released once-secret information that supposedly shows payments from a pro-Russian political party earmarked for Donald Trump's campaign chairman Paul Manafort. The Associated Press reported earlier this week that Manafort helped Ukraine's Party of Regions secretly route at least $2.2 million to two Washington lobbying firms. Manafort told Yahoo News that AP's account is wrong.

RIO DE JANEIRO (AP) — The lawyer for U.S. Olympic swimmer James Feigen (FEE'-gen) says he's reached an agreement with a Brazilian judge to donate more than $10,000 today and then leave Brazil. Swimmer Ryan Lochte had claimed that he, Feigen and two other teammates had been robbed at a Rio gas station. Authorities say Lochte lied and that the four, who were drunk, had vandalized the gas station bathroom and were questioned by armed guards before they paid for the damage.

HONOLULU (AP) — Tests by the Food and Drug Administration have found hepatitis A in scallops from the Philippines, which have been identified as the likely source of an outbreak of the virus in Hawaii. The Hawaii Department of Health says federal scientists tested frozen Sea Port Bay Scallops, produced by De Oro Resources Inc. Sea Port owner Bill Dresser says he's "fully committed to trying to find out how this may have happened and to work to prevent it from happening again."

ORLANDO, Fla. (AP) — More than 900 students in the Orland, Florida area didn't go to school yesterday after authorities say a man posted messages on Twitter, threatening to shoot students and put pipe bombs inside campuses. On Wednesday, the FBI had said it was looking into the threats, but didn't think they were credible.

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