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TODAY'S HEADLINES, 10/24/16 *** In North Dakota, police arrested over 100 people this weekend who gathered for a peaceful march opposing construction of the $3.8 billion Dakota Access pipeline. The demonstrators were arrested after they were confronted by police in riot gear carrying assault rifles. They say police pepper-sprayed them and then arrested them en masse *** In Pennsylvania, some 55,000 gallons of gasoline spilled from a ruptured pipeline into the Susquehanna River on Friday, threatening the water supply of thousands of residents downstream *** In Syria, heavy fighting has resumed in Aleppo, after a three-day ceasefire ended with the United Nations saying it was unable to evacuate any of the besieged city's sick and wounded *** WHEN TRUMP HAS A BETTER POLICY POSITION THAN CLINTON: In media news, AT&T has agreed to purchase Time Warner for $85 billion. If approved by federal antitrust regulators, the merger would give AT&T control over Warner Bros. film and television studios, along with CNN, TNT, HBO and many other brands. Critics warn of further limits to competition and higher prices for customers. The merger could also allow AT&T to give preferential treatment to streaming video from Time Warner's companies, which would violate the principles of net neutrality. On the campaign trail, a spokesperson for Hillary Clinton said the proposed merger raises "questions and concerns." Donald Trump's campaign took a harder line, saying in a statement, "Donald Trump will break up the new media conglomerate oligopolies that have gained enormous control over our information" *** More tomorrow


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