Top 5 On the Go: Friday, October 30

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It's the evening of Friday, October 30 and these are the top stories you need to know right now on AOL.com.

1.GOP suspends partnership with NBC News for February debate
The Republican National Committee said today it is suspending its partnership with NBC News after it felt this week's debate questions were aimed at embarrassing the presidential candidates.

2. Mass release of US prisoners spells deportation for hundreds
Thousands of federal prisoners are scheduled to be released from now through Tuesday, and hundreds will immediately be turned over to immigration authorities for deportation.

3. Convicted prep school grad had nixed lighter sentence deals
Owen Labrie, who was convicted of sexually assaulting a younger student at his New Hampshire prep school, rejected a string of plea deals that would have meant far less jail time.

4. Judge says McDonald's must give employee emails to U.S. labor board
A U.S. judge gave McDonald's 30 days to hand over employee emails to a federal labor agency that says the company should be held liable for labor violations by its franchises.

5. Company recalls peanut butter because of metal shavings
Hormel Foods is recalling 153 cases of Skippy peanut butter jars from seven states because they could potentially have metal shavings.


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Owen Labrie, right, listens to prosecutors with his lawyer J.W. Carney, left, before being sentenced in Merrimack County Superior Court, Thursday, Oct. 29, 2015, in Concord, N.H. The graduate of the exclusive St. Paulâs School was sentenced to a year in jail for sexually assaulting a 15-year-old freshman girl as part of a tradition in which upperclassmen competed to rack up sexual conquests. Labrie was allowed to remain free on bail while he appeals his conviction. (AP Photo/Jim Cole, Pool)
Owen Labrie, center, listens to a recorded statement from his victim with his lawyer J.W. Carney, left, and Sam Zaganjoir before being sentenced in Merrimack County Superior Court Thursday, Oct. 29, 2015, in Concord, N.H. The graduate of the exclusive St. Paulâs School was sentenced to a year in jail for sexually assaulting a 15-year-old freshman girl as part of a tradition in which upperclassmen competed to rack up sexual conquests. Labrie was allowed to remain free on bail while he appeals his conviction. (AP Photo/Jim Cole, Pool)
In this Saturday, Oct. 10, 2015 photo, the sun sets behind a McDonald's restaurant in Ebensburg, Pa. McDonald's reports quarterly financial results Thursday, Oct. 22, 2015. (AP Photo/Gene J. Puskar)
FILE -- In this Aug. 17, 2011 file photo, reporters inspect one of the two-tiered cell pods in the Security Housing Unit at the Pelican Bay State Prison near Crescent City, Calif. Inmates say newly imposed welfare checks in the SHU have created excessive noise by the guards, causing California prison officials to hand out earplugs to inmates and tell the guards to walk softly while going about their rounds.(AP Photo/Rich Pedroncelli, file)
An inmate with mental health conditions is handcuffed to a table while jailed in the Medium Observation Housing at the Los Angeles County Sheriffs Department Twin Towers Correctional Facility in Los Angeles, California, U.S., on Tuesday, Sept. 23, 2014. Conditions for mentally ill inmates in Los Angeles county have been a focus of federal probes since 1997, and the number with psychiatric disorders was an issue in a recent debate over a new jail. Photographer: Patrick T. Fallon/Bloomberg via Getty Images
A bird flies over barbed wire on top of fences at the Richard J. Donovan Correctional Facility in San Diego, California, U.S., on Wednesday, March 26, 2014. California is under a federal court order to lower the population of its prisons to 137.5 percent of their designed capacity after the U.S. Supreme Court upheld a ruling that inmate health care was so bad it amounted to cruel and unusual punishment. Photographer: Sam Hodgson/Bloomberg via Getty Images
SAN FRANCISCO, CA - JANUARY 03: Jars of Skippy peanut butter are displayed on a shelf at Cal Mart grocery store on January 3, 2013 in San Francisco, California. Hormel, the maker of Spam, announced that it will purchase the Skippy peanut butter brand from Unilever for $700 million in cash. (Photo by Justin Sullivan/Getty Images)
Ted Cruz, center, talks about the mainstream media as Carly Fiorina, left, and Chris Christie look on during the CNBC Republican presidential debate at the University of Colorado, Wednesday, Oct. 28, 2015, in Boulder, Colo. (AP Photo/Mark J. Terrill)
Donald Trump, second from right, speaks as Jeb Bush, left, Marco Rubio, second from left, and Ben Carson look on during the CNBC Republican presidential debate at the University of Colorado, Wednesday, Oct. 28, 2015, in Boulder, Colo. (AP Photo/Mark J. Terrill)
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