Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump doubled down on his assertion that slain U.S. Army Capt. Humayun Khan, a Muslim soldier who died in Iraq in 2004, "would be alive today" if Trump had been in the White House. Khan says at the end of the ad. "And Mrs. Khan. He hasn't apologized to them, he made it worse", she said. Humayun Khan was 27-years-old when he was killed by a vehicle bomb in 2004 in Iraq.
Had he been president at the time, the war still would have taken place because Trump was in favor of it. He was awarded the Purple Heart and is buried in Arlington National Cemetery. During the second presidential debate earlier this month, Clinton accused Trump of never apologizing to anyone, specifically the Khan family. "I have great respect for, I mean, the son is a great hero", the Republican nominee said.
Pence was flying from Iowa and had posted on social media earlier that weather delays kept his plane, emblazoned with the phrase "Make America Great Again", on the ground in Fort Dodge. As @ mike_pence's plane ran off the runway, it was halted by emergency material that is created to slow airplanes down quickly. The Port Authority of NY and New Jersey reported no injuries.
He wrote this in a letter to several House and Senate committee chairmen. The investigation centers around the transmission of government-related information, some classified, through Clinton's private email server, rather than through the State department's official, secure servers.
The Syrian Observatory for Human Rights , a British-based war monitor, said more than 15 civilians had been killed and 100 wounded by rebel shelling of government-held western Aleppo. The Syrian army said in a statement that troops repelled rebel attacks on all fronts in Aleppo and inflicted human losses among the attackers. At least 15 civilians were killed in the volley, according to pro-government TV stations.
On whose orders did they raise their arms to attack these peaceful workers? Video footage showed that police and FC personnel baton-charging and taking away PTI workers in a bus without any fear and justification from the venue. The administration in the capital imposed section 144, which prohibits gathering of five or more people at a location, Radio Pakistan reported. Reportedly, police have used tear gas shells and detained several protestors to stop them from advancing towards Lal ...
Authorities say two men and two women were fatally crushed by a pickup truck that flew off the San Diego-Coronado Bridge onto people gathered at a festival at a park below. He could face four counts of vehicular homicide, according to the California Highway Patrol. Before they arrived, bystanders had already rushed to aid the driver and victims of the crash, pushing the overturned pickup driven by the Navy man upright and offering first aid to the victims of the crash.
At a rally in the swing state of North Carolina , the former rivals heaped praise on each other's commitment to public service, women and children. Talk of Texas being in play comes just two years after Abbott and a ticket of brash tea party candidates in statewide races humiliated Democrats.
However it is looking as though this isn't going to happen. To take advantage of the discount program, Note 7 owners will first have to trade in their device for a Galaxy S7. The program is open until November 30, and customers that have already exchanged their Note 7 are also eligible. The handset was recalled for the second time due to battery explosions and finally they have stopped selling this smartphone.
On a night where the city of Cleveland was still abuzz following the awarding of National Basketball Association championship rings to their National Basketball Association equivalent Cavaliers two days previous, the Indian's mistakes were plentiful.
On Thursday, Trump said he would accept the results "if I win" or there was a clear outcome, but reserved his right to "contest or file a legal challenge" if he lost on November 8. "The voters decide who win elections, period". "I'll look at it at the time". "And I very politely replied, 'Let me talk to you about that after I get into office, '" said Trump, a Republican whose supporters chant "lock her up" at rallies.
Ammon Bundy's attorney was tackled by U.S. Marshals during a heated argument with the judge after his client was acquitted on all counts Thursday afternoon. In fact, the group says they never meant to stop individual workers but simply wanted the land and the buildings. The federal government has until Monday to file a response to Payne's request, at which point the judge will rule if he can withdraw it and go to trial in February.
In Hamilton County, absentee ballot requests among Republicans had increased almost 10 percent over 2012 numbers as of Sunday. When including states leaning toward a candidate by 2 to 4 points, Clinton held a 293-to-187 advantage over Trump .
EWN's Barry Bateman reports the Hawks are very critical of how Ipid is handling the investigation. The finance minister and two former Sars colleagues, including then acting commissioner Ivan Pillay, were charged with fraud by National Prosecuting Authority (NPA) director of public prosecutions, Shaun Abrahams, nearly three weeks ago.
Online: MLB.TV (premium subscription); FoxSportsGo. If Josh Tomlin can pitch the way he did in his first two playoff outings (2-0, 2.53 ERA in 10.2 innings), Cleveland will have a chance to hand Corey Kluber the ball on Saturday with a 2-1 series lead.
Video published by the site Deadline Hollywood showed the unidentified man in construction worker gear repeatedly slamming Trump's star as a crowd gathered Tuesday. Gubler noted that in the future, Trump's star will remain unguarded, as all the other stars are, and said it will not be removed. To receive a star on the Walk of Fame, a celebrity has to be nominated and a $30,000 fee paid to a charitable trust.
Clinton is showing strength in Florida and North Carolina , both must-win states for Trump, as well as the battleground states of Nevada , Colorado and Arizona . Thanks to Republican advantages via gerrymandering and superior voter distribution, it is generally assumed that Democrats will need a generic ballot advantage in the high single digits (or higher!) to have a real shot at control of the House.
The jury nearly certainly based its acquittals on the doctrine of jury nullification - a right which goes back even before the Declaration of Independence, says Banzhaf, although it has been used rather frequently in modern high profile trials.
Police believe the killing was drug related. He also told Sargent that Ludwick would waive her right to fight extradition to ME to face the charges - she signed the waiver during the hearing. Two men were arrested earlier in the week in connection with the homicide of Douglas Morin. Marcus Asante of Fitchburg and Darin Goulding, whose exact residence is not known, are also facing charges for the homicide.
He then flew to Palm Beach, Florida, for vacation, where he golfed with Woods before returning to Joint Base Andrews. It said the Pentagon spent more than $2.8 million and Homeland Security spent another $767,000, including around $180,000 for the Secret Service.
The Pennsylvania GOP - led by chair Robert Gleason, also an RNC member - recently sued to allow for poll watchers to monitor voting sites outside their own precinct, which is now prohibited by state law. " We've kind of wound down ", Mnuchin told the Post , saying that the campaign wanted to free up Trump's time so he could focus on campaigning, and would still be raising money online.
The suspect was shot and killed by police. Fellow officers began applying first aid, while other officers ran into the apartment. He said one of the officers put his finger into one of the officers wounds while another officer put a tourniquet on the wounded officer's leg.
The Los Angeles Times/Tribune Washington Bureau reported Saturday that the Pentagon has been demanding repayment of enlistment bonuses - which often reached $15,000 or more - from thousands of California Guard soldiers, many of whom had served multiple combat tours in Iraq and Afghanistan.
A judge has postponed closing arguments in the George Washington Bridge lane-closing case, citing a "legal issue", CBS2's Meg Baker reported. After testimony spanning six weeks, jurors in the George Washington Bridge lane-closing case will hear closing arguments beginning today.
Among them: consolidating the support of her party and even winning some Republicans. Among all likely voters, 56 percent are anxious about Clinton becoming president while 61 percent are anxious about Trump. In each of the two previous presidential races, more than half of Florida's electorate voted early. Both Clinton and Trump have made concentrated efforts to attempt to mobilize Florida voters this week, appearing throughout the state for rallies, urging voters to head to the polls.
The jury was unable to reach a verdict on the charge of theft. Ammon Bundy's defense lawyer, Marcus Mumford, demanded his client be released immediately after Bundy was found not guilty , according to ABC. "I'm just thrilled, " Lisa Maxfield, attorney for defendant Neil Wampler, added. The trial began September 7 and was expected to last until perhaps Thanksgiving.
As the national news media descended Wednesday on the story of a now-suspended University of Wisconsin-Madison student accused of sexually assaulting multiple fellow students, the young man's attorneys issued a statement arguing that "the rapid-fire news cycle, combined with the viral nature of social media", had resulted in a "modern-day character assassination".
She was taken aback", Bowyer said. Bowyer said the group then gave the woman every water bottle they had in the vehicle so she wouldn't get dehydrated while waiting for help. Donald Trump Jr. announced his father was heading to Phoenix at the tail end of a rally Thursday at Arizona State University in Tempe. Bowyer also posted a photo of Trump Jr.
In a statement, the Morton County's Sheriff's Office said they could not allow protesters to block county roads or state highways, or to trespass on private property. Cody Hall, a spokesman for the protesters, vowed a new camp would be built elsewhere in the pipeline's path, but on federal land. A months-long dispute over the pipeline reached a crisis point at the weekend when some 200 protesters set up camp on land owned by pipeline developer Energy Transfer Partners.
Basically, the strategy involves three different branches, as told by reporters Joshua Green and Sasha Issenberg. Bernie Sanders by referencing Clinton's shifting stance on the Trans-Pacific Partnership. As Bloomberg notes: "There's no scientific basis for thinking this ploy will convince these voters to stay home". Meanwhile, Trump's apparent inability to shut up about Bill's sexual misconduct, including both consensual extramarital affairs and allegations of sexual assault, is a direct ...
The student was arrested last Friday after the first woman alleged that he attacked her on October 12, WISC-TV reported. "I thought I could now finally tell". Court records state a disturbing notation on the sheet was "kill", but Van Wagner disputed that. Cook appeared in court Thursday but did not enter a plea.
MLC Manorama Devi and mother of Rocky Yaav said she just received the information and respecting the judgment she will present her son before the court. "Rocky babu started beating the guys sitting in the Swift, saying, 'Don't you know I'm the son of Bindi Yadav?' The Swift driver tried to race away, but Rocky was trying to drag him out of the auto and the driver lost his balance.
Officer Andrew Chambers told the Associated Press that Jamie Otis was apprehended on suspicion of felony vandalism. It's not yet known whether he has a lawyer. To receive a star on the Walk of Fame, a celebrity has to be nominated and a $30,000 fee paid to a charitable trust. TMZ says cops grabbed him as he was leaving a West Hollywood home; LAPD Sgt.
Daesh captured Mosul - Iraq's second largest city - in mid-2014 before overrunning additional territory in the country's northern and western regions. Iraq's largely autonomous Kurdish region has allowed federal forces to operate on its territory for the first time since the 2003 USA -led invasion.
Secretary of Defense Ash Carter on Tuesday promised a resolution to the outcry the Pentagon generated by ordering service members in the Army National Guard to repay bonuses given them to enlist years ago. "People like me just got screwed", said Van Meter, who refinanced his mortgage in order to pay back the money. "These men and women voluntarily re-enlisted with the understanding that they would receive substantial bonuses", the letter said.