One passage puts Clinton squarely in the free-trade camp, a position she has struggled with repeatedly during the 2016 election. The documents also show the former secretary of state admitting that she's out of touch with average Americans and is "kind of far removed" from the lives of the middle class.
The president's action declaring Florida a disaster area makes federal funding available to state and eligible local governments and certain private nonprofit organizations on a cost-sharing basis for assistance for emergency work and the fix or replacement of disaster-damaged facilities damaged by Hurricane Matthew in Indian River, St.
Twenty-seven adults and three children were on board 34-foot Khaleesi that sank and had trapped some people under the hull, fire officials and Coast Guard spokeswoman Lt. Postel says there were a lot of rescue boats on the water because of Fleet Week and rescue crews were able to reach the boat quickly. A good Samaritan performed CPR on him until a police officer took over.
Let's get to our capsulated game recap after the Huskies' 70-21 blowout of OR on Saturday night at Autzen Stadium. Notable: Herbert was the first true freshman to start at quarterback for OR since Chris Miller in 1983. Washington storyline: The Huskies absolutely destroyed Stanford at home. "Ridiculously good", Pettis said of Browning. The self-acclaimed "Death Row" held OR to only 179 passing yards, a 61.8 percent completion rate, and only 35 percent third down conversion rate.
Despite hitting 37 earlier this year, the British fighter is enjoying the most prosperous run of his career heading into the inaugural defence of his 185lbs belt against long-time rival Dan Henderson at UFC 204 in Manchester tomorrow. This fight was much closer than that result reads. "I am thankful to the fans for pushing for this fight", Henderson said. The vicious knockout, with an exclamation point strike thrown in for good measure, administered by the American at UFC 100 seemed to ...
Reyes told reporters the officers were talking calmly to the man, trying to resolve things when he suddenly opened fire on them. Following a large, wide-scaled manhunt that included several Swat teams and armored police cars, the suspect was captured.
Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump are tightening their grips on the Democratic and Republican presidential nominations. That shift came as the site moved North Carolina, Nevada and Colorado to Clinton from Trump in just the past week. House speaker Paul Ryan is " sickened " by Trump's lewd comments about women in the 2005 video. Trump's support has suffered among suburban women and white, college-educated women, groups that Republicans have traditionally won.
The Clinton campaign is calling on Florida officials to extend voter registration deadlines because of Hurricane Matthew. The Arizona senator says in an interview with the Arizona Daily Star's editorial board that Trump's comments were misconstrued by the press.
The court's 9-0 decision called the four sections "unrelated and misleading". When it reached Washington , it ended in a 4-4 tie, meaning the appeals court decision would stand. "That is wrong. The United States needs a full Supreme Court that will throw out this politically motivated lawsuit and put the issue to rest once and for all".
The family of 40-year-old Terence Crutcher says services will be held at 7 p.m. Saturday at Antioch Baptist Church in Tulsa. Tulsa County jail records show that 42-year-old Betty Shelby turned herself in early Friday, hours after prosecutors charged her with first-degree manslaughter in the death of Terence Crutcher.
Robert Bentley said they would not be voting for the Republican nominee. "Donald Trump's comments regarding women were disgraceful and appalling". In a video, Trump apologized for his remarks saying he was wrong and had said foolish things, but words and actions are not the same thing.
He went on: "I don't agree with what was said - it's not a good thing to be saying". "But there's a big difference between the words and actions of other people". Here is a list of other republicans distancing themselves from the GOP nominee. "These comments are disturbing and inappropriate, there is simply no excuse for them".
By summarily shutting down lines of communication, the United States was carrying out a threat it first issued a week ago when it accused Moscow of violating the terms of a ceasefire agreement for the country that had been hammered out just weeks earlier.
Her statement added, "I withdraw my endorsement and call for Governor Pence to take the lead so we can defeat Hillary Clinton". In the video , Mr Trump is heard describing attempts to have sex with a married woman. "I've said some foolish things", he said. "Everyone who knows me knows these words don't reflect who I am", he said in a pre-recorded video posted to his Facebook account.
People across southwest Haiti were digging through the wreckage of their homes Friday, salvaging what they could of their meager possessions after devastating Hurricane Matthew killed hundreds of people in the impoverished country. President Barack Obama reacted to the news that Hurricane Matthew didn't hit Southern Florida as heavily as officials expected, but warns the hurricane is still risky.
But the more worrying shift has come for Trump in swing states such as OH and Florida, where he looked until recently to stand a good chance of winning, but which are now out of contention. Hillary Clinton is. And attacking her for her husband's affairs could be viewed as victim shaming and make her more sympathetic to voters. "The words my husband used are unacceptable and offensive to me".
McDonnell said there is no possibility that Lovell, a black man, fired at the officer in "self-defense". He was charged Friday with murder and held without bail. Authorities said it was unclear if the suspect in the first shooting was also involved in the second shooting. "He's still my son, and I love him regardless", she said shortly before closing the door.
Rob Portman, New Hampshire Sen. In the recording , you can hear both Bush and Trump talk about how easy it is to get woman when " you're a star ", among other graphic and lewd comments. Donald Trump still has weeks worth of free publicity to exploit, and millions to be made by billing the campaign. He added: "I said it, it was wrong, and I apologize".
The whole family is scared", Zamora said. As the trend began to spread, clowns across the country have started to speak out in defense of their art. In addition, the Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department on Wednesday said that it is getting reports of males in the city of Lancaster wearing clown masks and possibly threatening pedestrians with kitchen knives.
He then moved on to promise further discussion about this matter with Bill "in the coming days". Trump released a video statement in the early moments of Saturday in which he offered an apology for the remarks and pivoted to attack on Hillary Clinton and the Democratic presidential nominee's husband.
The justices said Monday they will not disturb a state Supreme Court ruling that could result in new death sentences for the one Native American and three African-American inmates. White House spokesman Josh Earnest said Monday the administration was disappointed by the immigration decision and called on Senate Republicans to "confirm a ninth justice to the Supreme Court so that the business of the American people can be conducted in the Supreme Court".
He provided no other details on the deaths. "I can not stress enough for everyone to stay off the roads and sidewalks as there are deadly conditions from Fayetteville, the Triangle and east as a result of severe flooding". The Daily News of Jacksonville reports ( http://bit.ly/2dIHAR5 ) troops are staging in Bolivia, Calabash and Leland, along with high-water clearance vehicles placed at each location.
Republican members of Minnesota's congressional delegation are condemning Donald Trump for his sexually charged words on a 2005 recording but are not saying the GOP presidential nominee should drop out of the race. "I will continue to support the only candidate in this race who will get federal regulations off the backs of American workers, keep our families safe from terrorists and appoint conservative judges and justices who will serve on the bench and shape the future of our country long ...
More than a dozen incidents have been since reported in the us, as the phenomenon spreads via social media. The clown situations "waste valuable resources and can lead to injuries to both first responders and members of the public", CT state police said.
Influential Republicans have been reaching out to Pence about what role he might be willing to play in the event that Trump drops out , said two people familiar with the matter who asked not to be named. Other Republicans, painfully aware of Mr Trump's possible impact on their own political fates, were quick to chime in. In The Wall Street Journal interview, Trump denied his campaign was in crisis, and predicted the controversy would blow over.
As he took the stage at the annual rally, Ryan was booed by some in the crowd. Trump dismissed the remarks as "locker room banter" and said he apologized "if anyone was offended". Trump is heard in the 2005 video bragging about women letting him kiss and grab them because he is famous. Trump's running mate, Indiana Gov. Mike Pence, was also initially scheduled to attend, but he cancelled hours before the event started.
Texas Tech scored on the first drive of the game on a one-yard touchdown run by Pat Mahomes II but K-State responded immediately, marching downfield to tie the score when Jesse Ertz found Isaiah Zuber for a 12-yard touchdown pass. "This game I didn't do that", Reed said. Kansas State is 2-2 overall and 0-1 in the league following a tough 17-16 loss to West Virginia a week ago.
No doubt the creative Cubs manager would be willing to try something different with Chapman, but for now, he's kept him in the ninth and avoided using him like Cleveland's Terry Francona used Andrew Miller in the fifth inning of their Game 1 victory over Boston.
That has some Republicans wishing for a ticket flip - with Pence the one running for president - and looking ahead to Pence's prospects in 2020. Rep. "There's been zero consideration from the moment he took that phone call from Donald Trump to anything beyond this election", Ayers said. Earlier on Wednesday, Trump said during a campaign stop at a Christian private school that he was "very proud" of Pence's performance.
He hasn't had to live through all of Oregon's 12-year, 4,723-day win streak over Washington . Gaskin also got loose for a 68-yard run that set up a 15-yard touchdown pass from Browning to Ross with 5:27 left in the first half, a score that gave UW a 28-0 lead.
Fire Department Assistant Chief Bob Postel says the 5-year-old was unconscious when he was taken from the water. Photographs posted on social media showed youths and adults barefoot and wrapped in thick gray blankets on shore after being rescued.
The deal would also give Anheuser-Busch InBev, already the world's largest brewer, a substantial operation in Africa, where it has little presence, and greater dominance in Latin America. The buildup to shareholder approval has gone on for months. In Europe, AB InBev agreed to sell global rights to the Italian beer Peroni and Dutch beer Grolsch to Asahi Group Holdings Ltd.
Arrest warrants have also been issued for Backpage.com's controlling shareholders: Michael Lacey , 68, and James Larkin , 67. It wasn't immediately clear Friday whether the men had been taken into custody. According to the Attorney General's office, 99 percent of Backpage's income from January 2013 to March 2015 was "directly attributable" to its "adult" section, generating $51 million in revenue during that period in California alone.
A third Officer has been injured. Police have surrounded a house and "they're going to treat the house as if he's still in it", Reyes said . Reyes says he's holding off on revealing the suspect's name until he confers with the Riverside County Sheriff's Department, which is now heading the shooting investigation.
The court's decision leaves intact a 4-4 tie earlier this year that effectively killed Obama's immigration overhaul for the remainder of his presidency. The law allowed prisoners on death row and defendants in capital cases to use statistics to prove racial bias. Ricky Javon Gray was convicted in the New Year's Day 2006 stabbing and bludgeoning deaths of 49-year-old Bryan Harvey, 39-year-old Kathryn Harvey, and their daughters, 9-year-old Stella and 4-year-old Ruby.