Clinton said she is grateful for both the support of Pharrell Williams, also at the rally, and Sanders, sharing how proud she is to have worked alongside Sanders in the Senate and to have ran a campaign based upon issues. "Hillary Clinton is far and away the superior candidate", Mr. Sanders said. "We need a president who will bring us together, not divide us", he said.
For the second straight year and fourth time since 2010, the city of Chicago will host a championship parade. It wasn't the last time that Cubs fans would start thinking about 'Next Year, ' or having flashbacks. Meanwhile, telecom giant AT&T said fans attending games in Chicago and Cleveland used almost 5 terabytes of data, equating to more than 14 million social media posts with photos.
Clinton, who was 14 percentage points behind Trump has almost closed the gap, now trailing Trump by only two points in the latest - and last - monthly CRN survey on the race. Trump said the FBI's fresh examination of emails that may be related to Clinton's use of a private email server for government work while she was secretary of state could lead to "a constitutional crisis".
The apparently unprovoked attack comes two years after two New York Police Department officers were shot dead while sitting in their patrol auto in Brooklyn, by a man who said he wanted to avenge the deaths of unarmed black men killed by police.
Ministers are preparing for an early general election after three High Court judges ruled that Brexit can not be triggered without a vote in Parliament, according to reports. Former ministers have warned that Theresa May "must make clear" that the independence of the judiciary is a fundamental piece of British democracy.
I want to know, why these innocent children were killed? "Were they Taliban?" said Taza Gul, a 55-year-old labourer. The Taliban and Afghan government recently held secret talks to see if they could start peace negotiations to end the fighting, though questions remain over which faction of the insurgency is doing the talking.
Seagal, 64, already has several Russian visa stamps in his passport from his visits to the country, where he's accompanied Vladimir Putin to martial-arts events. In a 2014 interview, he also claimed that Putin's controversial actions in Crimea were " very reasonable ". The TASS report notes that Seagal "has so far starred in more than 120 movies" alongside a number of Hollywood stars, including Tommy Lee Jones, Michael Caine, Whoopi Goldberg, and Danny Trejo.
He reiterated that the Philippines is a sovereign country and should not be treated like a colony, adding that the US treats the Philippines like a dog on leash that is thrown food if it follows orders from its master. "China also. China is open, anything you want, they sent me brochure saying we select there, we'll give you", he said. "But they have usually been able to get close enough to fish around the shoal's fringing reef, at least until the CCG shows up", it said.
The other letter, dated September 8, told Chappell, "you are no longer authorized to operate a commercial motor vehicle". A spokesman for the Maryland Motor Vehicle Administration says a ripped seat was the only recorded defect uncovered in the department's last inspection of the school bus involved in a fatal crash in Baltimore.
Clinton enlisted Obama's help urging those voters to the polls and lighting a fire under other Democrats, particularly young people, who share some of the wariness about Clinton. The event will underscore the symbolism of her historic potential as the possible first female president in the city that nurtured American democracy - and contains a crucial bloc of voters.
Combined, those three states account for 46 electoral votes . "Think about what it would mean to entrust the nuclear codes to someone with very thin skin who lashes out at anyone who insults him", she said. Both candidates are due to hold parties in NY after polls close on election day. A national four-way poll also from ABC/Washington Post Tracking, including Gary Johnson and Jill Stein, has Clinton leading on 47, Trump on 44, Johnson with 3 and Stein with 2 points, according to Real ...
The brackets, discussed at a meeting of the GST Council overseeing plans to introduce the national sales tax next spring, are steeper than the rates of 6, 12, 18 and 26 percent earlier proposed by the government. From the point of view of traders it is more important to know the classification of goods under different tax rate under GST as only then final shape of GST will emerge.
Her campaign is rushing to shore up support in MI and other long-standing Democratic strongholds. "And he's down here campaigning for crooked Hillary", Trump told his supporters in Jacksonville. "We need someone who is ready to go to work". In spite of a close race in national polling, Trump's path to victory remained narrow. The candidate who captures at least 270 Electoral College wins the White House.
The takeover of the wildlife refuge was initially sparked by outrage over the plight of two imprisoned OR ranchers the occupiers believed had been unfairly treated in an arson case. A supporter displays a " NOT GUILTY! " button following the not guilty verdict delivered in the trial of seven occupiers of the Malheur National Wildlife Refuge .
Duterte said his Asian counterparts treated him with more respect. Lawmakers from the main leftist bloc in the House of Representatives supported President Rodrigo Duterte's rejection of nuclear energy and batted for renewable power sources.
At a late-night election rally in Hershey and Pennsylvania , Trump alleged that Obama "screamed" at his supporter. Hillary Clinton has dispatched musical and political celebrities across battleground states to energise US Democrats in what has become an increasingly competitive election race.
The FBI's continued investigation of Clinton's email practices, he said , has not changed the fundamentals of an election that has long favored Clinton. He recently checked himself into a rehab facility for sex addiction. His announcement 11 days before the November 8 election drew outrage from Democrats and others who believed it would unfairly influence the vote.
UK Defense Secretary Michael Fallon said on Wednesday "we would be extremely concerned if a North Atlantic Treaty Organisation member should consider assisting a Russian carrier group that might end up bombing Syria". No Russian warships will be refuelled in Malta on their way to Syria, the country's Foreign Minister George Vella said on Thursday, The Times of Malta reports .
Iraqi forces entered ISIS-held Mosul on Thursday for the first time in more than two years, and are in a head-to-head battle with ISIS militants on the front line, defense officials said. "If I want to speed up the operation, we may not take some areas and instead isolate them to prevent movement". It has been shrinking steadily since previous year and Iraqi forces earlier this week reached the outskirts of Mosul, the jihadists last major stronghold in Iraq.
Baghdadi's whereabouts is unknown and there have been repeated rumors that he had been injured in fighting or a bomb attack from the USA -led coalition. In an audio recording released on Thursday, al-Baghdadi said he was confident of victory in the de-facto capital Mosul and urged followers to continue fighting.
She celebrated what she described as the Rust Belt city's rebirth of "confidence" and economic renewal. Belief in the accuracy of Election Day results was highest among backers of Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton, with 95 percent saying they had some confidence in how votes would be counted.
The withdrawal of Kenya's over 1000 strong troops will affect the already volatile security situation. After identifying John Gatluak, a journalist, as a member of the Nuer tribe, a government soldier executed him and then lodged four more bullets into his dead body, the report said.
Officers are now searching for 36-year-old April Pastor and her two children, eight-year-old Mateo Ruiz and nine-year-old Sofia Ruiz. His sister, 9 also has brown hair and blue eyes . or heading towards the Fraser Valley, and that there is a reasonable concern for kids' safety. Their mother, April, is described as a Caucasian woman, 36 years old, with brown hair and blue eyes .
Australian theme park Dreamworld defended its safety standards Thursday in the face of intense scrutiny following the deaths of four people on a malfunctioning ride. The children had been traumatized and were being cared for by family, he said. Ardent chief executive Deborah Thomas said she planned to contact the victims' families to express her sympathies and other financial assistance.
A separate Al Sumaria report described the actions of an Iraqi marksman known by the name "Sniper of Mosul ", who has been killing off IS jihadis in the war-torn city. She said 232 people, mostly former officers, were reportedly shot Wednesday, and 24 on Tuesday. In his recording, Baghdadi rallies his fighters, especially in Mosul , and calls on them to obey orders while remaining resilient and steadfast.
Trump, a NY businessman and former reality TV star, has made a pitch for blue-collar workers who have been angered by free-trade deals and feel abandoned by Washington. Trump has run one of the most aggressive and populist campaigns in history - browbeating his Republican primary rivals into submission before launching into Clinton, "such a nasty woman".
In a Quinnipiac University poll released October 17, Clinton had an edge over Trump with 45% to 37% among likely voters, with Johnson at 10% and Stein with 3% support. Swing states refer to the states which can "swing" either for a Republican or a Democratic candidate. "This is it", Trump said at a campaign rally in Charlotte, North Carolina , earlier this month.
Among the questions to be answered by the exit polls: Do voters cast ballots for their candidates enthusiastically or holding their noses? She included restrictive voter ID laws and the Supreme Court's 2013 changes to the Voting Rights Act as examples of "lawful" disenfranchisement, but those are not the focus of the last-minute court actions under way now.
While Hillary Clinton accuses Donald Trump of appealing to hatred, the Republican nominee predicts that never-ending investigations will prevent his Democratic opponent from governing effectively. President Barack Obama looks over his shoulder for a member of his staff while greeting supporters at Florida International University in Miami, Thursday, Nov.
The scandal-entrenched former politician has been the subject of national scrutiny since 2011, when he accidentally tweeted a photo of his crotch from his public Twitter account, revealing a sexting scandal . Weiner has kept a low profile in the week since FBI Director James Comey said the agency was reviewing emails on Weiner's laptop as part of its investigation into Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton's emails.
Registered Republicans expanded their lead this week in Ohio. You can also drop off your absentee ballot person on Election Day . State election officials reported Friday that almost 5.3 million Floridians have voted by mail or at polling precincts.
Those tempted to flee should "know that the value of staying on your land with honour is a thousand times better than the price of retreating with shame". In Iraq, it is fighting USA -backed Iraqi government and Kurdish forces, and Iranian-backed Iraqi Shi'ite militias. The United Nations has warned of a potential humanitarian crisis and a refugee exodus, although Iraqi officials say ISIL fighters are holding the civilian population as human shields.
The Oct. 2 plebiscite was aimed at ratifying the peace deal - finalized after almost four years of talks between the government and the FARC in Havana, Cuba - with Colombian society, but in a shock result the "No" camp eked out a win by a razor-thin margin.
Syrian insurgents are maintaining a push into government-controlled areas of Aleppo, using artillery, auto bombs, and tanks to advance into the western part of the city. "Chemical weapons are internationally banned and their use is a war crime". North Atlantic Treaty Organisation secretary-general Jens Stoltenberg warned on Wednesday that the fleet could be used to target civilians in Aleppo.
Obama's audience was enthusiastic, something Clinton has struggled to create throughout her campaign. That has raised a red flag about diminished enthusiasm that could spell trouble for Democrats up and down the ballot. "Now we're going to have her running the country for four years? Our country, we have to get back to work, right". "This should not be a close race, but it's going to be a close race".