Democratic Vice Presidential Candidate Tim Kaine to campain in Detroit next week
Oct 14 2016 by Desiree Burns
The visit comes less than a week after a tape surfaced of Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump bragging about sexually assaulting women.
Reshma Saujani, the founder of Girls Who Code, will also be making stops in Michigan Thursday for the Clinton campaign at Women in Technology events in Ann Arbor, Southfield and Rochester.
Pence reminded her that elections are administered at the state level and that if people are concerned about voter fraud, they should volunteer to be a poll watcher.
On Sunday evening's debate with Clinton, Trump said he disagreed with Pence over whether to use USA military force against the Bashar al-Assad regime in response to Russian airstrikes on Syrian civilians. A poll done for the Detroit News on Wednesday showed a similar result.
Amazon Music Unlimited launched in the US
Amazon launched its answer to Spotify and Apple Music on Wednesday, at price points created to attract its loyal customers. Amazon did not reply to a request for comment from CBC News as to if and when the service might be available to Canadians.
Turkish police tear-gas activists at Ankara bomb protest
Prime Minister Binali Yildirim gave the death toll during an October 9 press conference in Istanbul where he condemned the attack. The military said on Monday that 417 Kurdish militants had been killed and dozens more captured in the past six weeks alone.
US strikes Yemen rebels directly for first time
US defense officials believe the missile was a C-802 anti-ship cruise missile, originally made by China but widely replicated. So it is more than plausible that the attack on the funeral, which was attended by numerous Houthi leaders, was deliberate.
Mike Pence is the latest dignity wraith to succumb to the Trump campaign.
But Pence is - outwardly at least - a religious man who wears the story of his conversion and his faith on his sleeve. He kept quiet all weekend instead of coming to the candidate's defense.
In an interview with NBC News' Kelly O'Donnell, Republican vice-presidential candidate Mike Pence hit on a number of subjects, such as his relationship with House Speaker Paul Ryan and whether or not he thinks his running mate is a good man.
She pressed him: "What are we going to do to safeguard our votes?" "He showed the American people what was in his heart". It is an interpretation at odds with what voters saw out of Trump at the debate. "Because we've seen how the Democratic Party is just crooked, crooked, crooked". His work has appeared on Wonkette, Salon, The Daily Beast, Alternet and Bitter Empire.