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COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) — President Barack Obama says most Republicans aren't like Donald Trump and "know better," but hadn't renounced the kind of rhetoric Trump embraces. Campaigning for Democrats in Ohio Thursday, Obama said he gives no credit to Republicans who are now disavowing Trump because they had "stood by silently" for so long.

WASHINGTON (AP) — More than 10,000 people packed an arena in Cincinnati Thursday night to cheer wildly for Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump. While Trump devoted most of his morning rally in Florida to defending himself against the sexual accusations that have rocked his campaign, he made no mention of them at the Ohio event. Several women have come forward to claim Trump sexually assaulted them or made unwanted advances. Trump has denied the accusations.

HAMILTON, Bermuda (AP) — Bermuda's government has sent out crews to clear roads and engineers to inspect infrastructure as the British territory moves to recovery quickly from Hurricane Nicole. Heavy rains and wind dissipated Thursday night, but authorities are asking people to stay indoors for their safety. National Security Minister Jeff Baron says there's significant flooding in some areas and severe road damage.

SEATTLE (AP) — Forecasters are expecting the remnants of a typhoon to hit the Northwest late Saturday. The National Weather Service says if the storm sticks to a worst-case-scenario path, it could be one of the five worst recorded in the region, with winds of up to 65 mph in the Seattle area.

ST. PAUL, Minn. (AP) — Stevie Wonder and Chaka Khan had the crowd partying like it was 1999 all over again at a tribute concert to Prince in St. Paul, Minnesota, nearly six months after his death. Fans at the Xcel Energy Center Thursday night wore purple shirts, scarves and the occasional raspberry beret in memory of Prince. St. Paul Mayor Chris Coleman read a proclamation declaring Thursday Prince Day in Minnesota's capital.

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