By Noah Gray, CNN Updated 10:26 PM ET, Thu August 27, 2015 Greenville, South Carolina (CNN)It’s not every day you get to meet a presidential candidate, let alone get invited up on stage to touch their hair. So when Mary Margaret Bannister attended Thursday’s Upstate Chamber Presidential Series with her husband here to hear what Trump had to say, she never imagined she would be onstage in front of 1,400 performing an impromptu inspection of the alleged Trump toupee.

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Food safety watchdog burns supplies ahead of DTM circuit races, as part of programme of destruction of western food in retaliation for sanctions Reuters in Moscow Thursday 27 August 2015 14.53 EDT Last modified on Thursday 27 August 2015 14.57 EDT Russia’s food safety watchdog has burned 1.5 tonnes of food imported for a BMW car racing team taking part in an event in Moscow.

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“Hold on to something,” Jim Tennant warned as he fired up his tractor. We lurched down a rutted dirt road past the old clapboard farmhouse where he grew up. Jim still calls it “the home place,” although its windows are now boarded up and the outhouse is crumbling into the field. At 72, Jim is so slight that he nearly disappears into his baggy plaid shirt. But he drives his tractor like a dirt bike. We sped past the caved-in hog pen and skidded down a riverbank.

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Note: Select a region before finding a country. Erika will bring torrential rain, flash flooding, mudslides and gusty winds to many of the northern islands of the Caribbean, prior to taking a turn toward the Bahamas and Florida this weekend. Erica to Provide Flash Flooding in Puerto Rico and Hispaniola Erica to Provide Flash Flooding in Puerto Rico and Hispaniola Erika remains a tropical storm spinning about 145 miles southeast of San Juan, Puerto Rico, as of 8 p.m.

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