Her twin sister, a senior lawyer on her staff, sat in the front row. In response to the idea Kane was seeking revenge on political opponents, Shargel insisted, "It doesn't make any sense". Kane has categorically denied all wrong-doing. She did not authorize anyone to leak information to the press or to anyone else. "(He) left 10 minutes after she arrived", veteran NY trial lawyer Gerald Shargel told jurors in opening statements .
They say getting the attention from the national campaign shows just how much this election season has been full of surprises and they're hoping for another one in Texas in November. "We would all love to meet him", Davidson said of Kaine. "We're going to go after Texas". The vice presidential nominee is on a jobs tour, touting the 100-day jobs plan of presidential nominee Hillary Clinton.
Trump did not elaborate on his meaning. On Tuesday, Donald Trump joked to a crowd in Wilmington, North Carolina that maybe they should just kill Hillary Clinton. An anti-Trump super PAC "Democratic Coalition Against Trump" said the FBI should investigate the Republican nominee. Chris Murphy (D-CT), who called Trump's remarks "an assassination threat, seriously upping the possibility of a national tragedy & crisis".
In one case, for example, an African-American man in his mid-fifties was stopped 30 times in less than 4 years by police, yet none of the stops ever resulted in a citation or criminal charge. Brian Rice, one of six officers charged in the April 2015 death of Freddie Gray, will reportedly be given almost $127,000 in back pay Wednesday, following his acquittal of charges stemming from Gray's death.
He had a rather unceremonious exit from Bachelor In Paradise . Daniel and Sarah spent some time talking and Daniel said that he knows that Sarah likes him. During the episode, Ashley reportedly has a long talk with Jared about their relationship and they decide that they're just friends. Brandon asked Haley , which turned into the twins switching in the middle of the date and Brandon not noticing! Nick tries to play it cool, but even Daniel can tell he's upset, and Daniel is the ...
But the tour's trucks and crew will arrive in Lincoln on Jan 11 and will use the arena to ideal the stage setup, lighting and sound system for the 2017 tour. Eric Church is leaving nothing to chance when it comes to promoting and protecting his music and his fans and keeping tickets out of the hands of scalpers.
If the storms develop early we will not hit 90 degrees. More cloud cover and widespread rain will keep temperatures in the lower 90s/upper 80s through the week. Scattered showers or storms. Rain may be Heavy. As far as timing, I would have a plan in place for a possible shower or storm during the morning , afternoon, and evening.
Robby Mook, Mrs Clinton's campaign manager, said "what Trump is saying is dangerous". "And you know, I'm hoping that we're not getting to Second Amendment remedies". president or, perhaps, of a Supreme Court Justice. He said there is "nothing you can do" if Clinton is able to pick Supreme Court justices. Trump´s repeated stumbles and divisive rhetoric have angered Republican Party grandees.
Trump's remarks, parsed instantly on social media, were interpreted by many as a call for violence against Clinton or whichever justices she might nominate for the high court. "And this year, they will be voting in record numbers". This video includes an image from Getty Images and clips from Donald J. Trump for President , Hillary for America , Fox News and C-SPAN .
For years fringe figures on the right have spoken of " Second Amendment solutions" in ways that leave little doubt they are talking about people using their guns to solve political problems. Some 19 percent think the NY real estate magnate should drop out, 70 percent think he should stay in and 10 percent say they "don't know", according to the August 5-8 poll of 396 registered Republicans.
Her lead swells to 13 points, 47% to 34%, with Johnson and Stein included. Forty percent of those who watched the Republican convention said it made them more likely to vote for Trump. As usual, women are far more supportive of Mrs Clinton than Mr Trump - plus 31 in New Hampshire and Pennsylvania and plus 21 in MI - but Mrs Clinton's running closer to Mr Trump among men than in past polls.
But it was Furyk, who was born in West Chester and graduated from Manheim Township High School, who held the spotlight about five hours earlier. After shooting the lowest round in the history of the PGA Tour, the first-ever 58, Furyk is now 64 spots higher on the board than when he started.
When police arrived to the scene, they found four victims who had suffered stab wounds, as well as the pet. At one point during the violent invasion, the homeowner was able to grab a gun and fired shots towards the suspects, police said. None of the injuries appeared to be life-threatening, police said. The other three victims have been released. The wounded dog was taken to a veterinarian for treatment.
The decision appeared to stun Blagojevich, who was looking on by closed-circuit television from a federal prison in Colorado. In the courtroom, his two daughters sobbed, the younger one placing her head on her mother's shoulder. "I wish I could turn back the clock and make different choices", said Blagojevich, who didn't use notes. Ex-governor fails to sway judge that his sentence should be shortened.
But thanks to widespread dissatisfaction with the top two candidates, Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton may have a little company on the debate stage: Libertarian Gary Johnson. "If there were ever a time to consider a candidate who is not a Republican or a Democrat, this would be the year", wrote Maryland Libertarian candidate for the U.S.
Even if they do take his weapons away, Greitens is prepared. Koster is hoping to follow in the footsteps of Missouri's current two-term Democratic governor, Jay Nixon. Greitens had to fend off attacks from his fellow Republicans over his acceptance of $1 million in donations from Michael Goguen, a California venture capitalist who has been accused in a high-profile lawsuit of sexually abusing a female acquaintance for years.
The cyber security experts and the U.S. officials, however, said that they believed Russian Federation engineered the release of the emails to influence the November 8, United States presidential election. Putin, in 2011 accused the US Department of State and Democratic US presidential nominee and then US secretary of state Hillary Rodham Clinton, of stirring up street protests against his rule.
According to flight tracking service, FlightStats, over 600 flights had been delayed on Tuesday and 330 had been cancelled by mid-day. "Just a couple of weeks ago, Southwest Airlines canceled more than 2,000 flights after a faulty router knocked out part of its systems".
The British claimed silver in 7:03.13, while Japan took the bronze in 7:03.50. Maggie Steffens, Courtney Mathewson and Kiley Neushul scored two goals apiece, and Ashleigh Johnson had 11 saves while becoming the first black woman to play water polo for the U.S.in the Olympics.
For young Elina Svitolina of Ukraine however, the dream continues even though she still can't believe she pulled off the upset win. "Obviously I am very disappointed". Teenager Mallory Pugh became the youngest player to score for the United States in an Olympics with her goal in the 59th minute, giving the Americans a 2-1 lead.
Robert Bentley after the U.S. District Court ruling. Moore said the complaint was filed against him by people who "don't want anybody opposing any agenda of the homosexual movement". The commission has accused Moore of urging probate judges to defy the courts on gay marriage. Staver said no matter the immediate outcome, the bigger issue of such politics in the judiciary and how they impact justice will be further addressed.
Clinton took the stage to roaring applause from flag-waving delegates on the final night of the Democratic convention, relishing her nomination as the first woman to lead a major US political party. John Allen, flanked by other retired generals and admirals, spoke. That came despite the Democrats reaching more people than the Republicans on each of the first three days of their respective conventions.
A third child suffered a head injury and is hospitalized in the intensive care unit. The oldest of the girls is 16, police said, though no other information about them was immediately provided. Members of the Greeneville Fire Department help people off the ferris wheel at the Greene County Fair in Greeneville, Tenn ., Monday, Aug. 8, 2016.
Clipped by reporter Chris Vannini, it appears to show one of Trump's supporters becoming amazed at his riff on how "the Second Amendment people" could stop an over-reaching President Hillary Clinton. "The Secret Service is aware of the comments made earlier this afternoon", the top law enforcement agency tweeted on Tuesday following Trump's remarks.
The view that Clinton favours repealing the 2nd Amendment gained traction when one of her policy advisers, Maya Harris, told Bloomberg Politics that the candidate believes that the Supreme Court's decision striking down a Washington, DC, ban on handguns was "wrongly decided".
Threadneedle Street had wanted to buy £1.17bn as it started the QE purchases that were announced last Thursday when Mark Carney, governor of the Bank, cut interest rates by a quarter of a percentage point to 0.25%. Investors might be reluctant to sell long-dated debt because it offers the highest returns in the current environment, and there was a dearth of issuance in that sector during the summer, he added.
Her appearance at the conference was only announced on Monday. "I was shocked myself that I've done almost 300 interviews and they're not even sure they've captured all the that ones I've done", Clinton said. Medina, an NBC anchor in Los Angeles, added that he's "been a journalist for a long time" and "anytime there's somebody who takes questions from the press at a large event, that constituted a press conference".
He said he couldn't give out information on injuries the 16-year-old suffered. Greeneville Police Department Capt. Tim Davis said responding crews worked into the night to conduct interviews, and said they will not be releasing any further information on the investigation until third party inspectors complete their inspections.
The New York Times , which obtained a copy of the report on Tuesday, reported that black residents accounted for 95 percent of the 410 people who were stopped more than 10 times by police. For example, the report, which looked at 2010-2015, found that "Of the 2,818 force incidents that BPD recorded in the almost six year period we reviewed, BPD investigated only ten incidents...." The report indicated that the frequency of arrests without probable cause was reflected in the fact that ...
The demonstration was a reminder to the community about a life lost two years ago when then-Ferguson police officer Darren Wilson shot and killed 18-year-old Michael Brown, Jr. A state grand jury declined to press charges against Wilson, and the U.S. Justice Department later cleared him, concluding that he had acted in self-defense.
His son's body lay in this street for four and-a-half hours. The shooting was a catalyst in the national Black Lives Matter movement and led to months of protests in Ferguson. The grand jury's decision not to indict Wilson in November 2014 was met with chaos. Protests against the grand jury's decision spread across the country, including in New York, Chicago and in front of the White House in Washington, D.C.
Coast Guard received a radio beacon alert from the 220-foot Alaska Juris around 11:30 a.m. Tuesday and contacted the crew to see if they needed help about 700 miles off the Alaskan coast and 150 miles northwest of Adak Island. The U.S. Coast Guard released video this morning of the rescue of several dozen crew members from a capsizing fishing vessel located nearly 700 miles from Alaskan shores.
Watching from the front row of the Rio Olympic Arena in a red jumpsuit, Karolyi watched perhaps her greatest team seem totally immune to the pressure. The collective strength of the Americans - with Kocian securing the team's highest mark of the day (15.933) with her high-flying bars routine - left Biles needing to overhaul a paltry target of just 7.591 with her final floor performance to secure the first Olympic gold of her career.
Within minutes, Clinton's campaign and groups backing her candidacy denounced Trump's remarks as an attempt to incite violence. I am going to defend Donald Trump. The Massachusetts senator tweeted that Trump "makes death threats because he's a pathetic coward who can't handle the fact that he's losing to a girl".
Federal investigators spent more than a year interviewing Baltimore residents, police officers, prosecutors, public defenders and elected officials, as well as riding along with officers on duty and reviewing documents and complaints. Three were acquitted during bench trials and prosecutors dropped charges for the remaining three officers last month . After the department took a "zero tolerance" approach to policing in the early 2000s, the report finds, the police department began engaging in ...