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WASHINGTON (AP) — Donald Trump has told supporters in Florida that the release of Clinton campaign documents show that Hillary Clinton is part of "a corrupt global establishment." Trump appeared in Panama City. Clinton also campaigned in Florida on Tuesday, appearing with former Vice President Al Gore. Gore talked about the importance every vote.

WASHINGTON (AP) — A Republican congressman from Texas is apologizing after suggesting in a television interview that he'd "consider" endorsing Donald Trump even if the Republican presidential nominee said he liked raping women. Rep. Blake Farenthold made the comment in an interview with MSNBC. Later he tweeted an apology and said he was "thrown off by the anchor's use of a hypothetical question."

PHOENIX (AP) — Federal prosecutors say they will file criminal contempt-of-court charges against Sheriff Joe Arpaio (ahr-PY'-oh) for disobeying orders to stop his immigration patrols. The announcement sets in motion criminal proceedings against the sheriff just as he seeks a seventh term in office. Arpaio could face up to six months in jail if convicted.

RALEIGH, N.C. (AP) — Authorities in North Carolina say a state trooper searching for people shot and killed a man who confronted officers while holding a gun. The trooper and two county deputies were driving through about 4 feet of water in Lumberton when they encountered the man, who was described as hostile. The U.S. death toll from the storm has reached 34, more than half in North Carolina.

LES CAYES, Haiti (AP) — Some people in Haiti's devastated southwest peninsula have formed makeshift brigades to clear the debris that Hurricane Matthew produced from their communities. But there is also growing despair and frustration because of delays in aid, especially food and safe water. Hundreds of people were killed and there is fear that water-borne illnesses will claim even more lives. U.N. Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon says a "massive response" is needed.

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