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Hillary Clinton and the Democrats, helped by a 2014 Supreme Court decision, are extending their advantage over Republicans in campaign donations.

Tahir Qureshi sat right behind the engineer in the first car of Pascack Valley Train 1614 as it pulled into the Hoboken station at the end of what had been an ordinary commute Thursday morning — when suddenly he was knocked to the floor by what felt like a bomb detonating. 

Shimon Peres was being laid to rest on Friday in a ceremony attended by thousands of admirers and dozens of international dignitaries.

US President Barack Obama was the final speaker at the funeral of former Israeli President and Prime Minister Shimon Peres on Friday. Obama said Peres ranked among the giants of the 20th century that he has met. (Sept. 30)

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<p>The anguished mother of a man killed by police in a San Diego suburb said she could not believe her family left violence-wracked Uganda only to have her son shot to death in the United States.</p>

Pope Francis arrived Friday in Georgia for a weekend of religiously symbolic meetings with Catholics, Orthodox, Muslims and Jews.

Two Van Gogh masterpieces stolen in Amsterdam 14 years ago have been recovered by organised crime investigators in Italy, the Van Gogh Museum announced on Friday.

Red-carpet official.

From Hollywood to New York and everywhere in between, see what your favorite stars are up to

The reality star couple seemed to be in another spat on Thursday.

The producers of the James Bond movies, Barbara Broccoli and Michael G. Wilson, want Daniel Craig to return as 007, according to a senior production executive on the franchise. Callum McDougall, executive producer on the last four Bond films, told the BBC Friday that Craig is the “first choice” of Broccoli and Wilson, who run

Prince William &amp; Duchess Kate's royal tour of Canada: All the photos

Spoiler: there are way more pros than cons

Celebs who had unusual childhoods

Over the past two decades, Netflix has amassed an impressive collection of movies in its library. PrettFamous ranked the 50 best films currently available.

12 of the weirdest and most controversial moments of the MLB season

Lefty can play right-handed, too. That wasn't an ideal situation for Phil Mickelson, of course, though he didn't have much of a choice.

The Cincinnati Bengals take on the Miami Dolphins in Week 4 of the 2016 season.

Check out Thursday's Top 5 Plays, featuring diving stops from Wilmer Difo and Jace Peterson.

Cavaliers coach Tyronn Lue said that recently retired Kevin Garnett is "back and forth" about accepting his offer to join the Cleveland coaching staff.

A wrap up of the day in sports

Breaking down all the major awards in Major League Baseball.

Arnold Palmer's Ashes Were Spread Over Latrobe Country Club

The Chicago Cubs and Pittsburgh Pirates played to the first tie game in the major leagues since 2005 when rain forced the teams to stop in the sixth inning Thursday night with the score 1-all.

Well, that was weird.

You gotta see a Cardinals fan do an amazing rain dance during St. Louis' 4-3 win over the Reds.

Bill Parcells and Tony Dungy list attributes of Bill Belichick's genius.

There's a way the Tigers would have to play six straight games against six different teams.

Editor’s note: Bo Jackson sat down with The MMQB in Los Angeles in mid-August, a couple weeks before the season began.

Local Wisconsin News

Madison -- Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker digi-stumped his low-tax message Friday on Facebook live.
       


Two days after his contentious first debate with Hillary Clinton, Donald Trump went on the attack in Waukesha.
       


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Milwaukee police have reached an agreement with area law enforcement agencies to have a team of outside detectives -- none of whom are former Milwaukee police officers – lead investigations into fatal police shootings in the city, Police Chief Edward
       


Gus Kelly loved a great meal, but more than cooking it — he loved watching how it brought people together.
       


Two 14-year-old girls were seriously injured Thursday when they were mauled by two pit bulls.
       


Marquette Law School cancels Feigin talk after media exposure spurs large outside interest.
       


Abele asks for $60 wheel tax to help fund transit, repairs of roads and parkways
       


A Marquette alumni couple have given the university a $3.5 million gift for scholarship aid to engineering students.
       


State officials told a judge last week they had trained workers to make sure people could easily get IDs for voting, but an audio recording was released Thursday of Division of Motor Vehicles employees telling a man he couldn’t get one quickly without a birth certificate.
       


A jury has found Carl Barrett Jr. guilty of first-degree reckless homicide as a party to the crime in the fatal shooting of Laylah Petersen.
       


The death of a 2-year-old boy is believed to be an accident.
       


After just three hours on waiting list, teen gets a heart and goes home on his 15th birthday
       


Madison — The top Republican in the Assembly is warming to Donald Trump after saying last month he was "embarassed" by his party's presidential nominee. 
       


A Wisconsin think tank that riled faculty on University of Wisconsin System campuses several months ago with a report deriding tenure protections has issued another report likely to elicit a similar reaction.