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Hillary Clinton has a new weapon on the campaign trail – her granddaughter Charlotte Clinton Mezvinsky.

While the presumed 2016 presidential candidate hasn’t trotted her only grandchild out at any political events yet she’s made reference to her in several speeches in the four weeks since she was born, including at a rally today for New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo.

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Michelle Obama rallied on behalf of U.S. Sen. Mark Udall in Denver on Thursday, outlining what the Democrat stands for and what’s at stake on Nov. 4.

Without Udall, she said, “we’ll see more opposition to immigration reform” and “bosses making women’s decisions about their birth control.”

“Promise everyone in this room will vote today … and get everyone you know to vote,” she said. “Everybody knows somebody who’s sitting on the couch right now.”

Obama outlined how the economy has improved since her husband inherited a grim situation from Republicans when he took over in 2009.

The first lady slipped up in her speech, referring to Udall as a fifth-generation Coloradan. That’s Udall’s opponent, Republican Congressman Cory Gardner.

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Michael Zehaf-Bibeau has been named as the gunman who shot and killed a Canadian soldier at Ottawa’s War Memorial. His name was first released in a CBS Evening News tweet.

Here’s what we know so far:


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UPDATE: Parents reported $2,000 missing as teens headed to join Islamic State

According to CBS Denver, the three teens go to Overland High School (when not busy traveling to jihads) which boasts of a 74% diverse minority demographic and a 25% graduation rate.

Three American teenage girls from Colorado have been detained in Germany while reportedly on their way to Syria to join ISIS.

The girls are 15 and 16 years old and are believed to be of Somali descent.

The trio were reported missing last Friday from their homes in Denver, Colorado.

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