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South Carolina hit by torrential rainfall, eight dead

Sunday, 5:58 PM

A car is stalled due to heavy rains, along flooded US 17 in GeorgetownBy Harriet McLeod CHARLESTON, S.C. (Reuters) - Torrential rainfall that South Carolina's governor called a once-in-a-millennium downpour triggered flooding in the southeastern U.S. state on Sunday, causing at least eight deaths in the Carolinas. The storm had dumped more than 18 inches (45 cm) of rain in parts of central South Carolina by early Sunday. South Carolina Governor Nikki Haley said parts of the state were hit with rainfall that would be expected to occur once in 1,000 years, with the Congaree River running at its highest level since 1936.

5 Argentine presidential candidates square off in debate

Sunday, 5:58 PM

Opposition presidential candidate Mauricio Macri, stands beside the place reserved for Daniel Scioli, the ruling party presidential candidate, during the debate between presidential hopefuls in Buenos Aires, Argentina, Sunday, Oct. 4, 2015. General elections with take place on Oct. 25, 2015. Scioli, the leading presidential candidate, did not attend the country's first ever televised debate. (AP Photo/Agustin Marcarian)BUENOS AIRES, Argentina (AP) — Five leading presidential candidates in Argentina are sharing their ideas with the nation in a televised debate.

Chaffetz's bid for House speaker muddies GOP leadership race

Sunday, 5:48 PM

FILE - In this April 29, 2015, file photo, House Oversight and Government Reform Committee Chairman Jason Chaffetz, R-Utah, is seen on Capitol Hill in Washington. Chaffetz said Sunday, Oct. 4, 2015, he’s running for House speaker in a longshot challenge to Majority Leader Kevin McCarthy, of California. (AP Photo/Cliff Owen, File)WASHINGTON (AP) — An up-and-coming House committee chairman announced his long-shot candidacy Sunday for speaker of the House, adding a new dose of turmoil for reeling House Republicans.

Portugal's austerity government wins re-election

Sunday, 4:46 PM

Social Democratic Party leader and Prime Minister Pedro Passos Coelho celebrates with supporters in Lisbon after winning the general elections on October 4, 2015Portugal's ruling centre-right coalition won a general election Sunday seen as a referendum on its austerity policies, although it may not hold onto its absolute majority in parliament, near-complete results showed. Prime Minister Pedro Passos Coelho's "Portugal Ahead" coalition took 39.16 percent of the vote, according to results from more than three-quarters of constituencies, with the opposition Socialists of former Lisbon mayor Antonio Costa trailing by more than seven points. Costa, who campaigned on a promise of easing some of the painful reforms imposed on western Europe's poorest country, was quick to concede defeat but ruled out stepping down as party leader.

Golf-Race to Dubai rankings

Sunday, 5:21 PM

Oct 5 (Infostrada Sports) - Race to Dubai rankings 1. (1) Rory McIlroy (Britain) 3012000 2. (2) Danny Willett (Britain) 2722251 3. (3) Louis Oosthuizen (South Africa) 2559207 4. (4) Justin Rose (Britain) 2238276 5. (5) Branden Grace (South Africa) 2158498 6. (6) Shane Lowry (Ireland) 2155284 7. (7) Bernd Wiesberger (Austria) 1815560 8. (13) Brooks Koepka (U.S.) 1531158 9. (8) Thongchai Jaidee (Thailand) 1477477 10. (9) Anirban Lahiri (India) 1405099 11. (10) An Byeong-Hun (South Korea) 1265906 12. (16) Kiradech Aphibarnrat (Thailand) 1208838 13. ...

Dodgers' Kershaw records 300th strikeout of season

Sunday, 4:57 PM

MLB: San Diego Padres at Los Angeles Dodgers(Reuters) - Los Angeles Dodgers starter Clayton Kershaw became only the third pitcher since 2000 to post a 300-strikeout season in their 6-3 win over the San Diego Padres on Sunday. On a pitch count to prepare for the playoffs, the left-hander entered the game needing six strikeouts to achieve the milestone.

The Latest: South Carolina capital, more water main breaks

Sunday, 5:53 PM

A motorist drives his truck through a flooded street in Charleston, S.C., Sunday, Oct. 4, 2015. President Barack Obama declared a state of emergency in South Carolina and ordered federal aid to bolster state and local efforts as flood warnings remained in effect for many parts of the East Coast through Sunday. (AP Photo/Chuck Burton)The latest on the rainstorm that is pounding parts of the East Coast (all times local):

Pastor's sermon: 'Violence will not have the last word'

Sunday, 5:44 PM

Lacey Scroggins, left, is comforted by her mother Lisa Scroggins during a church service at the New Beginnings Church of God, Sunday, Oct. 4, 2015, in Roseburg, Ore. Lacey Scroggins is a survivor of the fatal shooting at Umpqua Community College. (AP Photo/John Locher)ROSEBURG, Ore. (AP) — A pastor whose daughter survived last week's deadly rampage in a college classroom told his congregation on Sunday that "violence will not have the last word" in this southern Oregon timber town.

Asia stocks rise as weak U.S. jobs dampen prospects of near-term Fed hike

Sunday, 5:26 PM

A pedestrian is reflected on a an electronic board showing the Japan's Nikkei average and other market indices including the exchange rate between the Japanese yen against the U.S. dollar at a brokerage in TokyoBy Shinichi Saoshiro TOKYO (Reuters) - Asian stocks rose early on Monday after prospects of a near-term interest rate hike by the Federal Reserve ebbed in the wake of Friday's weaker-than-expected U.S. employment data. Data released Friday showed U.S. non-farm payrolls rose by 142,000 in September, considerably lower than the 203,000 jobs the markets had expected. The lackluster jobs report, which also showed a stall in U.S. hourly wage growth, fueled doubts that the world's largest economy was robust enough to withstand a rate hike before year-end.

Debris appears to belong to cargo ship missing in Bahamas

Sunday, 4:17 PM

Handout photo of the El Faro, the 735 foot cargo ship with 33 crew aboard reported to be caught in Hurricande JoaquinSearch-and-rescue teams on Sunday located debris appearing to belong to the cargo ship El Faro, which went missing in the eye of Hurricane Joaquin with 33 mostly American crew members aboard more than three days ago, the U.S. Coast Guard and the ship's owner said. There was no sighting of the El Faro or any lifeboats, Tim Nolan, president of ship's owner Tote Maritime Puerto Rico, said in a statement. With no word on the fate of the crew, relatives gathered at a seafarers' union hall in Jacksonville, Florida where they were briefed by the Coast Guard and the ship's owner.

After five years of negotiations, Pacific trade talks near deal

Sunday, 2:42 PM

Japanese Economy Minister Akira Amari speaks to media during a break in the Trans-Pacific Partnership talks in AtlantaBy Krista Hughes ATLANTA (Reuters) - A dozen Pacific nations closed in on a sweeping free trade pact on Sunday in Atlanta after a breakthrough over how long a monopoly pharmaceutical companies should be given on new biotech drugs. The issue has pitted the United States, which has argued for longer protections, against Australia and five other delegations who say such measures would strain national healthcare budgets and keep life-saving medicines from patients who cannot afford them. The terms of that compromise, hammered out after a third all-night round of negotiations between Australia and the United States, still had to find support from other nations such as Chile and Peru as of Sunday afternoon, people involved in the talks said.