In the confrontation at the Urbandale high school football game, which Greene videotaped and posted on social media, McCarty said Greene appeared to be trying to antagonize African American fans when he shook a confederate flag in front of them during the national anthem.
As for Dorothy McAuliffe: "The first lady will be out of the city on personal business", said Brian Coy, a spokesman for Gov. Terry McAuliffe. Clinton is scheduled to campaign there this week, following first lady Michelle Obama's large rally in Phoenix two weeks ago.
The Trump campaign, as well as high-ranking Republicans in Wisconsin, have seized on the revelation as an 11th hour reason for Wisconsin Clinton supporters to switch their vote. A fifth of likely voters say Trump at age 70 doesn't have the physical capacity to be president, compared with 28 percent who say the same about Clinton, 69.
Regardless, FBI Director James Comey's decision to tell Congress about the investigation into newly discovered emails - reportedly recovered in a separate investigation into Clinton's aide's estranged husband - has sent shockwaves through what was already an explosive political season.
A student brought a mask involving President Obama and candidate Hillary Clinton with a noose, then wore it during the game. The fans were allowed to stay in the stadium, officials said. "A noose displayed in this fashion has no place on campus", Blank and Alvarez said. The statement said that both the Athletics Department and university administration have listened to the responses.
The message was directed to voters also in Michigan, Pennsylvania and Minnesota, where early voters might have cast their ballot before the FBI bombshell last Friday that new evidence had emerged in the Clinton email investigation. It was the first time since May that he edged out the former secretary of state in an ABC/Washington Post poll . The polling average calculated by RealClearPolitics, a much better indication of national sentiment, shows Clinton is now leading by just 2 ...
Opinion polls show Clinton's lead has narrowed slightly since early last week but it is too early to say if the e-mail controversy is hurting her. The poll comes after the FBI reopened an investigation into Clinton's private email server, having found more emails on the private computer of senior aide Huma Abedin.
Trump's lead in the poll comes despite the Democratic presidential candidate having a lead in early voting, which shows her at 54 percent compared with Trump at 41 percent, according to a Washington Post-ABC News poll released on Tuesday.
Solar roofs are a key component of what Musk sees as a home power triad - rooftop solar that collects the sun's rays during the day and stores energy in Tesla's Powerwall home battery system. Tesla Energy's new solar tiles tie tightly into the company's all-electric vehicle business in two ways. SolarCity co-founder Peter Rive, Musk's cousin, said the solar roofs could easily have a five percent share of the new roof market within a year or two.
Three weeks ago the poll showed similar numbers. Feingold's campaign immediately pounced on the announcement Tuesday, questioning why Johnson would campaign with Trump after his controversial remarks on women. The latest expenditures in the race came from Americans for Prosperity, backed by the billionaire Koch brothers, and Reform Wisconsin Fund, a super PAC funded by a group bankrolled nearly entirely by Afton billionaire Diane Hendricks.
The White House says President Obama will continue to campaign for the Democratic nominee despite the reopening of her case. "We can't trust Hillary Clinton with our health care any more than we can trust her with classified information", he said .
And just eight days out from Election Day, Clinton insisted Monday voters will not be swayed by Comey's announcement. The question being raised now is whether the timing and style of the announcement make it illegal. It's on the eve of an election. It would be an abuse of power for the director of the F.B.I., absent compelling circumstances, to notify members of Congress that the candidate was under investigation.
Bush's top ethics lawyer, filed a complaint with the FBI's Office of Special Counsel arguing that Comey violated the Hatch Act, which forbids US government officials from interfering in elections. The fact is any information passed over an internet connection is available able to be intercepted and eventually read regardless of protections you think are in place.
Mike Edmonsdson said at the time. The shootings bring renewed pain to a community that recently mourned the deaths of two other Des Moines police officers. Law enforcement officials investigate at the scene of a shooting, Wednesday in Urbandale, Iowa. Katie Patterson, the founder and CEO of the marketing firm Happy Medium in Des Moines, created the graphic and added it to her Facebook profile on Wednesday morning.
Taylor said their marital problems began in 2008, when Harris told her he had a problem with pornography, and they went downhill from there. Harris' ex-wife Leanna Taylor was scheduled to return to the witness stand Tuesday in the trial of her former husband.
City officials threatened legal action if the state doesn't accept the city's second submission. The gambling resort slashed jobs, sold assets ranging from filing cabinets to city vehicles, and devised a plan to sell an abandoned airstrip to the water authority for $110 million.
Trump Plaza, which the current Republican presidential candidate owned at the time, was the event's primary sponsor. But, according to Libutti's daughter Edith Creamer, who also present at the match, the seating arrangement was not just happenstance.
Hillary Clinton will be looking to capitalise on the new reports linking Trump and Russian Federation. So why would Comey dare to do so, if you take at face value that he wasn't attempting to influence this election? Over 1 in 5 likely voters identified in the Post-ABC poll report as having already voted (21 percent), while about one-quarter say they plan to vote early or by mail (24 percent, ) and a slight majority plan to vote in-person on Election Day.
The Urbandale officer's auto had between 15 and 30 rounds shot at it, McCarty said . Shortly after 1 a.m. local time, officers responded to a report of shots fired in the suburb of Urbandale, a few miles from Des Moines. "We're always vigilant about our safety, but we've still got to go out there", Parizek said. Attorney General Loretta Lynch condemned the killings, saying "violence has no place in the United States of America".
The good news is 35 percent said she would be good or great compared to 27 percent of Trump supporters saying they had the same faith in their candidate. "I certainly intend to reach out to Republicans and independents , and the elected leadership of the Congress", Clinton told reporters on her campaign plane Wednesday.
Investors and analysts will be closely watching when the company next reports earnings numbers. Credit Suisse Group AG reissued a "sell" rating and set a $34.00 target price on shares of American Airlines Group in a report on Tuesday, September 13th.
Clinton led businessman Trump in the latest Reuters/Ipsos poll of likely voters on Monday, by 44 percent to 39 percent. An ABC News/Washington Post poll yesterday showed Mr Trump had a 46-45 lead in the four-way race for the White House, while well within the margin of error.
Trump plans to campaign in Ryan's home state of Wisconsin on Tuesday night with Governor Scott Walker. "I'm supporting our entire Republican ticket", he added. Missing in that quick recap of Ryan's trip to the ballot box: the name of the presidential nominee whose party Ryan leads in Congress. Trump and other Republicans have seized on the announcement, which indicated no wrongdoing on Clinton's part, to cast doubt on Clinton's integrity, hoping the news will damage not just Clinton but ...
According to the survey, 55 per cent of respondents said they will vote for Donald Trump, compared to 18 per cent for Hillary Clinton. Trump, who had been trailing Clinton nationally and across key battleground states, campaigned with new vigor over the weekend as he seized on the news in an effort to boost his struggling candidacy.
Scott Peteron, MN-IT's chief business technology officer, said officials were seeing "an inconsistent number of calls from certain numbers", so they were trying to determine exactly what was happening with those lines. Both Dayton and Daudt say there will be a special session soon after the election, and that the legislature will vote on a bill that could provide monthly rebates to those hardest hit.
He was last known to be driving a blue 2011 Ford F-150 with an Iowa license plate. Parizek told CNN he had few details about the circumstances of Greene's capture, but that he was on foot on a roadway at the time and was alone when he was taken into custody.
So, now that you see that Hillary was a big mistake, change your vote to MAKE AMERICA GREAT AGAIN! By Wednesday, early voters in Minnesota were stuck with their choices. The only catch is that despite the amount of times people revote, it will still only count once. The states are Nevada, Louisiana, Tennessee North Carolina and Wisconsin.
Why only Hillary: Clinton camp assails Federal Bureau of Investigation director, presses for details
In just three days, Clinton has largely lost a 4-point lead. "The US intelligence community is confident that the Russian Government directed the recent compromises of emails from US persons and institutions, including from US political organisations.
Connie Chapman of Forest City is one of the temporary Board of Elections employees who was on hand Monday to help direct voters. John McCain. Although McCain won more votes in the state on Election Day , he could not make up the gap, and Obama won North Carolina by about 14,000 votes.
Martin had interned at the Urbandale Police Department during his senior year. "There is no message in murder". He was found shot and killed in his patrol vehicle when police responded to a report of shots fired around 1:05 a.m. About 20 minutes later , a Des Moines officer was found shot about 2 miles away. Des Moines police say Greene is a suspect in the shootings early Wednesday in Des Moines and the suburb of Urbandale.
She says violence is "especially intolerable" when it's directed at law enforcement officers who risk their lives to protect the public. He also said, "Somebody out there is shooting police officers". The Urbandale School District has cancelled classes at all of its schools today because of the shootings. Staff are not to report to buildings'. Officials have identified the suspect as 46-year-old Scott Michael Greene of Urbandale, Iowa .
Just when it appeared this election could not get any odder, it has. Clinton campaign manager Robby Mook questioned why the Federal Bureau of Investigation's director had not released any information about its investigation into Russia's role in the US election or ties to Trump and his senior aides.
And I think right now the Army Cops is examining whether there are ways to reroute this pipeline. Protests that have included clashes with police and pipeline security also have gone on for several months in North Dakota, where hundreds and at times thousands of people have set up a large camp on corps land.
The Edenbridge Bonfire Society raises money for local charities and in previous years celebrity figures have included Sepp Blatter, the former Federation Internationale de Football Association president, Apprentice contestant Katie Hopkins, disgraced cyclist Lance Armstrong and footballer Wayne Rooney.
The Cavs opened the lead to 21 when Kyrie Irving hit a three-pointer over the outstretched hand of Kristaps Porzingis , then the next time down, isolated Porzingis again, faked a three-pointer, and easily slipped past him for an open jump shot.