Donald Trump would not say that he will accept the results of the upcoming presidential elections if he should lose to Hillary Clinton when asked by moderator Chris Wallace at last night's third and final debate. Trump also said Thursday that he was only refusing to make a blanket statement concerning the results of the election because he wants "fairness during the election".
This week the businessman and former reality TV star has revved up his argument that this year's election is "rigged" and the result may be tipped by voter fraud. And Trump today accused Clinton of political cheating. Even though there was no handshake, for the first third of the debate, it was mostly civil exchange on domestic issues like gun control, abortion rights and immigration.
Shares of other media companies, such as Discovery Communications Inc., Scripps Networks Interactive Inc. and AMC Networks Inc., rose after news of the Time Warner deal broke. Owning Time Warner could help AT&T with those ambitions. Regulators would have to sign off on the deal. And the company is preparing to launch a streaming version of cable, called DirecTV Now , that will let people stream dozens of TV channels for a monthly fee.
President Barack Obama chided Mr Trump for his remarks. Mrs Clinton said Mr Trump has a pattern of saying competitions and cases he loses are rigged including when he did not win an Emmy for his TV reality show The Apprentice. Donald Trump called Hillary Clinton a "nasty woman" toward the end of the final presidential debate on Wednesday, October 19. Of all the things that Donald Trump the Republican Party nominee for USA president said on the debate stage it was this exchange that has ...
Her best chance of winning a vote to break away from Britain rests in persuading her fellow Scots that their country is moving away from the path being taken by the rest of Britain. But a majority of Scottish voters rejected Brexit, with 62 per cent voting to stay in the European Union - and that has given new life to the independence campaign.
Police Commissioner James O'Neill said after a breakfast in the city Wednesday that it appeared some NYPD protocol as it relates to emotionally disturbed individuals was not followed in the case of Deborah Danner, who was shot twice after police responded to her apartment building.
Forgoing her general custom of wearing American designers, the First Lady wore a rose-gold chain mail dress that was specifically made for her by Atelier Versace, as the New York Times fashion critic Vanessa Friedman reports. Renzi has said he prefers Clinton to Trump. Among some of the other celebrities to attend the dinner were Frank Ocean and Chance the Rapper. The state dinner was the last scheduled for Obama before he leaves office in January.
The offense put together two stunning scoring drives to prevent the game from getting away. Jackson, who was replaced early in the fourth quarter, netted 355 yards and three touchdowns passing to go with 76 yards and one score on the ground.
The Republican nominee said he would accept "a clear election result" but reserved his right to "contest or file a legal challenge" if he loses. Among those criticizing Trump was Sen. This was a reference to remarks exchanged by members of the Clinton campaign in one of John Podesta's hacked email released by WikiLeaks. Clinton strongly endorsed Roe v.
British Defence Secretary Michael Fallon said the convoy is, "being marked every step of the way by the Royal Navy " with other North Atlantic Treaty Organisation members also keeping tabs on the Russian movements. "The Russian fleet that is now sailing from the North, presumably down into the Mediterranean, is clearly created to test the alliance". "NATO navies will in a normal way monitor Russian ships and do so in a responsible and measured way as they always do because this is ...
A document seen by Reuters at the United Nations on Thursday showed the move would take effect one year after notice is formally received by Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon. "The decision comes in the wake of the withdrawal process recently initiated by Burundi". South Africa argues that a commitment to the peaceful resolution of conflict through dialogue involves hosting foreign leaders on its soil - including, at times, ones who have run afoul of the International Criminal Court (ICC).
The first attack occurred early Friday on the USA east coast and lasted two hours as Internet infrastructure companies Dyn and Amazon Web Services tried to resolve connection problems with their DNS managed infrastructure. Cyber attackers can DDoS (Distributed denial of service) for a range of purposes, including censorship, protest and extortion. Dyn is a major provider of domain name system, or DNS, services - a key piece of Internet infrastructure that enables users to connect to ...
Jordan on Tuesday renewed its stand celebrating a "victory" in UNESCO, which officially adopted an Arab-sponsored resolution condemning Israel's actions at holy sites in East Jerusalem, deepening anger in Israel. The site is also revered by Jews as the Temple Mount which housed the First and Second Temples. The controversy arose last week when UNESCO members voted to approve a resolution that referred to the Temple Mount and Western Wall, the sites of millennia-old Jewish and Christian ...
Medics at the hospital in Qayyara, which is located near Mosul, said that no deaths have been reported as a result of the blaze, but, according to an Iraqi official, two villagers close to the factory died after coming in contact with the toxic substance.
They also will search for any information about terrorist cells in Europe and any attacks they may be plotting. Russian Federation has welcomed the USA -backed Iraqi forces' push to dislodge the IS from Mosul, Iraq's second-largest city. One attacker captured by the Kurdish security services on Friday claimed that the Kirkuk raid was planned by IS supremo Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi as a diversion from the offensive on Mosul.
Fire Chief Mike Myers said Wednesday that St. John ran inside the building to pull fire alarms and called the young lieutenant a hero, but St. John said he doesn't agree. Rich Chatman, spokesman for Portland Fire and Rescue. St. John and other firefighters also chose to don protective equipment before the blast because something "just didn't feel right", the fire chief said.
A toxic cloud released by a fire IS militants set off at a sulphur plant south of Mosul earlier this week killed at least two civilians and forced some U.S. "The reality is we didn't see it as enough as it relates (to) withdrawing the Turkish troops from Iraq and respecting Iraqi sovereignty", he told reporters.
Wednesday, the woman, who police have said is transient herself, said she found the skull nearby, cops said. "She actually had a skull in her possession", Sacramento police Sgt Bryce Heinlein said. "I went to walk back there and thought, Damn!" Warren shared. He stated that the smell made him sick to his stomach so he left and returned home, reports the New York Daily News .
South Africa has been threatening to leave since the visit of Sudanese president Omar al-Bashir created conflict between country and Court past year. The AP notes there are concerns that more African countries will opt to leave the court given longstanding objections to the ICC's focus on the continent - every person tried by the ICC has been African.
The Shia Houthi militant group and factions supporting ousted president Ali Abdullah Saleh has violated a UN-backed truce 897 times, Saudi Media reported Saturday. principles, values and interests". The war has killed at least 10,000 people, wounded more than 35,000 and displaced at least three million since March a year ago, according to the UN.
Presidents Xi, Vladimir Putin of Russia, Michel Temer of Brazil and Jacob Zuma of South Africa, and their host Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi also vowed to tackle the global economic slowdown and reform the world's financial architecture.
But ISIS isn't going anywhere. The Iraqi army said the 9th Division has pushed into the town of Hamdaniyah, also known as Qaraqosh and Bakhdida, and raised the flag over its government compound, but the troops were likely still facing resistance in and around the town.
But Iraqi Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi appeared to bat that idea down when he met with Carter on Saturday, insisting that Mosul was an "Iraqi battle". "It can easily go from rudimentary to more sophisticated", said the official, who was granted anonymity to discuss intelligence matters. Col. Redah Sheikh Latif of the Kurdish peshmerga forces in Kirkuk confirmed there were ongoing skirmishes between IS snipers and security forces in the neighborhood, but said the situation was contained.
Williams Mercedes - Felipe Massa and Valtteri Bottas. Red Bull's practice pace yesterday suggested they could challenge Mercedes during the race, but on single-lap form the Silver Arrows should have the battle for pole between them. Sebastian Vettel was eighth in the second Ferrari. "Interestingly, @redbullracing has a strong history of splitting strategies: probably to try and disrupt plans of @MercedesAMGF1 in the race", Pirelli tweeted.
The Mason was patrolling the same area where the Houthis fired on a vessel from the United Arab Emirates last week. The USS Mason was not hit in the attack , said Navy Capt. The U.S.is supporting a Saudi-led air coalition against the Houthi insurgency, which struck a high profile funeral procession Saturday sparking widespread global condemnation.
Armed police swooped on the 19-year-old suspect on Friday afternoon in Holloway Road, north London , after the find sparked a major security scare. The man is in custody at a London police station. Police said they are not looking for anyone else as part of the investigation and are keeping an open mind about motive. "They were shouting "armed police, don't struggle".
Fast forward to West's concert in Seattle on Wednesday, and Jay Z , Drake , Apple Music and Tidal were once again on his mind. Kanye West reveals that Jay Z turned down "Pop Style" collaboration with Drake because of Meek Mill . "And Hov, he don't". "Come by the house.Bring the kids by the house like we brothers.Our kids ain't never even played together". The source says Jay is a very laid back guy and Kanye West craves the spotlight; they are very different.
The Observatory said air strikes hit a key front line in the south-west of the city on Saturday, with clashes between rebel fighters and government troops intensifying in rebel-held eastern districts of Aleppo. Russia's foreign minister says al-Qaida-linked militants in Aleppo are refusing to leave the besieged Syrian city along humanitarian corridors created by the Russians and Syrian forces.
Police arrested 23 protesters who broke into a line of riot police and hurled red paint at officers and a United States government employee. They were there to protest the militarization of indigenous peoples' lands and express support for the independent foreign policy of President Rodrigo Duterte as he began his state visit to China.
Lynda Carter is escorted by the United Nations Elite Security force into a side door to avoid the protester waiting for her at UN Visitors Lobby. "It's ridiculous.it's bull because they're nitpicking on something that has nothing to do with anything", Carter said.
Before declaring Day's seat vacant, McDaniel gave Day one last chance to join ranks with the party or resign, but Day responded that she didn't intend to step down, the Free Press reported. "The issue here for me is our platform and our values, and doing what's best for the party long-term includes making sure that we continue to share our platform and our values", Day said.
The criticism by del Rosario, a respected Asian diplomat, is among the strongest so far of Duterte's declared policy to back away from America while reaching out to China and Russian Federation. "Their larynx is not adjusted to civility", Duterte said while speaking before China's elite at the Great Hall of the People in Beijing, according to a video broadcast by Rappler, a Philippine news site.
Hundreds of London protesters, including actress Carey Mulligan, have left teddy bears outside the prime minister's office as they demanded a larger British role in ending attacks on civilians in Syria's Aleppo. Mulligan added: "We feel encouraged by what's happened this week - what Boris Johnson and Theresa May have been talking about, but we think the United Kingdom can lead in this, and we really want to encourage that to happen more".
It's the only way. Kirby said the United States was not the only country baffled by Duterte's rhetoric. He also wanted to stop annual joint combat exercises the Philippines hosted alongside the USA military that China opposes. Hundreds of left-wing demonstrators burned a replica of the USA flag at a rally in Manila on Friday as they called for an end to US military agreements.
EU Commission president Jean-Claude Juncker said he had invited Ms Freeland to join talks with the EU and Belgium to persuade Mr Magnette to sign the deal Wallonia's parliament has repeatedly rejected. The EU fears for its reputation if it fails to agree on the Canada-EU trade deal that has been in the making since 2009. Prime Minister Theresa May told reporters after her first European Union summit it was "important" that the bloc concludes the deal with Canada.