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Rev. Faith Green Timmons interrupts Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump as he spoke during a visit to Bethel United Methodist Church, Wednesday, Sept. 14, 2016, in Flint, Mich. Timmons asked that Trump not deliver a political speech, and keep his message to the people of Flint. (AP Photo/Evan Vucci)

Pastor Interrupts Trump To Stop Him From Attacking Clinton In Church:

The pastor who hosted Donald Trump at her church in Flint, Michigan, interrupted the Republican presidential nominee during his speech Wednesday to ask him to refrain from attacking his rival Hillary Clinton.

“Mr. Trump, I invited you here to thank us for what we’ve done in Flint, not give a political speech,” Rev. Faith Green Timmons of the Bethel United Methodist Church told Trump after walking to the podium while Trump was speaking.

“OK. That’s good. Then I’m going back onto Flint, OK? Flint’s pain is a result of so many different failures,” Trump said.
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Russian Hackers Release Secret Data Of 25 More Olympic Athletes:

Russian hackers have released confidential information about dozens more Olympic athletes, the World Anti-Doping Agency says.

The new leak from cyber criminal group known as “Tsar Team” and “Fancy Bear” affects 25 athletes, including 10 from the U.S., WADA said late Wednesday.

WADA said the hackers stole the medical data of Olympic stars by breaking into its database. The anti-doping agency said the hackers were operating from Russia.

Earlier this week, the same group published information about four U.S. athletes, including gold medal gymnast Simone Biles and tennis player Venus Williams.

The same group of Russian hackers is thought to have been behind the Democratic National Committee hack in June — which released sensitive political information and led to the resignation of the committee chairman.

Melissa Villasenor is one of three new cast members joining "SNL."

Melissa Villasenor: 5 Things To Know About ‘SNL’s’ First Latina Cast Member:

With the announcement that Melissa Villasenor is one of three newbies being added to “Saturday Night Live,” (along with Mikey Day and Alex Moffat) she became the show’s first Latina cast member.

Here are five things to know about the California based comic:

She’s got talent

If Villasenor looks familiar, it’s because she was a finalist on Season 6 of “America’s Got Talent.”
She impressed the judges with her impressions of celebrities like Miley Cyrus and fellow comedian Kathy Griffin.

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Chipotle To Hire 5,000 Workers In One-Day Spree:

Chipotle is setting aside its problems and going on a hiring spree.

The company, which has struggled in recent months with an E. coli outbreak and a lawsuit accusing it of mistreating workers, plans to offer jobs to 5,000 people across the country on Sept. 28.

A spokesman says Chipotle needs the staff as it opens more than 200 of its Mexican-style restaurants this year.

Chipotle calls it National Career Day. The first was a year ago, when the chain hired more than 4,000 workers. More than 65,000 registered for interviews.

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NFL Announces $100 Million Concussion Initiative:

National Football League Commissioner Roger Goodell announced Wednesday an initiative intended to increase the safety of the game, specifically by preventing, diagnosing and treating head injuries.

As part of the initiative, Goodell said, the league and its 32 club owners will provide $100 million in support of engineering advancements and medical research — in addition to the $100 million previously pledged by the league to medical and neuroscience research.
The Play Smart Play Safe initiative also requires hiring a physician to serve as the league’s chief medical officer. The physician will work with each team’s medical staff and establish an independent scientific advisory board to consider head injury research proposals.

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