UFC bantamweight Amanda Nunes, the first openly gay champion in the sport's history, was honored with an Equality Visibility Award in Los Angeles Monday. The award recognizes individuals who have brought greater awareness to LGBT civil rights issues. Nunes was accompanied to the awards by girlfriend and UFC strawweight Nina Ansaroff. "When people find out how strong and powerful love is, then this world will be a better place. I want to see this happen one day," Nunes said. read more
The latest vote projection from elections guru Nate Silver has Republican Donald Trump just six electoral votes short of winning and one point away from equaling Hillary Clinton's popular vote. The newest Five Thirty Eight survey Trump at 264 and Clinton at 272, two more than needed. It's the closest in recent weeks. Silver is famous for making a prediction of victory and that's nearly close to, Clinton at 51.9 percent and Trump at 48 percent, his closest since the conventions.
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MEXICO CITY (AP) -- Economists have long said that when the United States catches a cold, Mexico gets pneumonia. But analysts said Monday that Hillary Clinton's pneumonia has given Mexico's peso something worse. The Mexican currency reached the psychological barrier of 20 pesos per dollar, and analysts and commentators cited the role of the U.S. presidential campaign. read more
A Florida man who fired a gun at George Zimmerman's vehicle during a road-rage confrontation was convicted Friday of attempted second-degree murder. Jurors also found Matthew Apperson, 37, guilty of shooting into a vehicle and aggravated assault with a firearm, local news organizations reported. He faces sentencing Oct. 17