Comey set off a political firestorm late last week after announcing that the FBI would investigate newly discovered emails related to Clinton. Obama stressed that earlier investigations by the FBI , Justice Department and Congress concluded that Clinton made some mistakes but there wasn't anything prosecutable.
Then, four months later, Comey sent a surprising letter to members of Congress, informing them that the Federal Bureau of Investigation would be investigating additional emails that appeared to be related to Clinton's use of a private server.
Sean Courtney, the attorney for the Stone County school district, wrote Tuesday in an email that administrators determined that the school's conduct code was violated in the October 13 incident. John Feaster, the football coach at Stone County, told ESPN .com that only one individual was involved in the incident - not a group - and that player is no longer with the team.
Another Ohio poll conducted by CBS News and YouGov finds Trump leading Clinton by one percentage point, 46 percent to 45 percent, in a race that also includes third-party candidates. Former President Bill Clinton will hit MI on Sunday. Comey first sent shockwaves through the presidential race with a short, vague letter to Congress on October 28 announcing that the FBI would review new emails related to the investigation into Clinton's use of a private email server.
Power offered the commission an email that purported to show when the FieldWorks applications were delivered to the Department of State by the United Parcel Service, though Commission Chairman Carmen Bellefonte said it was impossible to determine from that email if those tracking numbers were for the Delaware County forms or some other applications.
The FBI said the newly discovered emails were pertinent to its investigation of Clinton's use of a private email server, which the bureau completed in July. A senior Democrat close to Clinton's campaign told CNN that "it's impossible to fully undo the damage of the last nine days". The FBI on Sunday lifted the threat that Hillary Clinton might face charges over her private email server - another campaign bombshell just 36 hours before her White House showdown with Donald Trump.
She spoke at the Beyonce and Jay-Z concert in Cleveland, Ohio, a state that Obama won in 2012 but where she trails Trump by around five percentage points in the polls. Trump later compared the Cleveland crowd with that of his rally at Hershey in Pennsylvania on Friday night. She urged the audience to vote for someone who cares about the future of their sons and daughters as much as she and Jay Z do.
The emails, thousands found, were mostly duplicates of what had already been seen and personal emails, law enforcement officials said in explaining how the conclusion was reached so quickly. "We're feeling good, we're closing strong, but we've got a tremendous amount of work to do", Clinton campaign chairman John Podesta told ABC. Respected FiveThirtyEight.com election forecaster Nate Silver has Mrs Clinton as a two-to-one favourite against Mr Trump, but said her lead appears "less ...
USA intelligence agencies such as the Central Intelligence Agency and the National Security Agency, which generally are barred from investigating or spying on US citizens, did not investigate Trump or his alleged dealings in Russian Federation, according to three sources familiar with the matter.
After 222 yards against Baltimore in Week 6 and two touchdowns in Week 6 to start the three-game stretch of wins for the Giants , it's clear Beckham has turned his season around to the point there should no longer be any negativity directed his way in NY.
Both the Senate and the House of Representatives are now under Republican control. They said Donald Trump has encouraged the activity and the state GOP has gone along. Some incumbent Republicans under threat in Wake County include, Representatives Chris Malone, six-term incumbent Nelson Dollar, five-term incumbent Marilyn Avila, and Gary Pendleton.
Closing arguments have been delayed in the George Washington Bridge lane-closing trial. The judge presiding over the trial of two former aides to Governor Chris Christie of New Jersey in the George Washington Bridge lane-closing case abruptly sent the jury home and adjourned court on Thursday morning just as lawyers were about to begin their closing arguments.
Clinton is "protected by a rigged system", he said. The states Trump plans to visit Sunday include Iowa, which has gone Republican just once in the past seven presidential elections (George W. After the Monday swing through Michigan , Clinton will end her campaign with a midnight rally in Raleigh, North Carolina . The agency later said that someone near the stage had shouted "Gun!" but that a subsequent apprehension of a man and search revealed no weapon.
Trump ", Trump campaign spokesman Jason Miller told Business Insider. The interesting point about the NBC/WSJ numbers is that Trump is not winning nationally by a big enough margin to overcome Clinton's early voting lead. Battleground states where voting has yet to begin. Instead, she appealed to voters who may feel angry or frustrated with the political system, telling them she understands their anger but that electing Mr.
Lewellen, a native of Lawrence, Kan., had more than six years of service in the Army and was serving his second overseas tour. Moriarty was in his second overseas tour, the release stated. A Jordanian officer also was wounded. The deaths of the three soldiers marked a deadly week for the Army's elite Special Forces, who have been relied upon heavily in Iraq, Afghanistan and other hot spots around the world.
The Cavs are still the favorites, but a full-strength Celtics team could definitely give them trouble during a seven-game series. Brown continued to prove he's not afraid, as he went up against perhaps the NBA's biggest star player without any hesitation.
California Chrome and jockey Victor Espinoza came in second. His win in the Midsummer Derby at Saratoga seemed nearly unnatural, breaking a track record that stood since 1979. He denied Chrome the one race his connections have coveted, after finishing third in the 2014 Classic. Baffert's victories in the Sprint and Classic allowed him to overtake D.
Rolling Stone's lawyer defended Erdely and the magazine during the trial by arguing that the student's compelling story deceived the reporter into believing she was writing the truth. The jury took issue with statements made about Eramo, who was previously in charge of the university's sexual assault program, in the 2014 article.
Reuters reports that while North Carolina added nearly 5,900 more hours and 78 more sites to vote early than in 2012 , voter turnout has dropped 20 percent in counties that opened just one polling place during the first week of early voting this year.
More Trump voters say they "mainly oppose Clinton". Addressing his supporters in Denver, Colorado, trump told his supporters he will "start getting Clinton out of the way". When forced to pick, undecided voters don't choose Trump. DailyKos's model did once predict a Trump victory in Florida , though; throughout the entire month of September, Trump was expected to win, with his odds ranging from 53 percent to 64 percent.
The former secretary of state will then headline four rallies on Monday, a much more jam-packed pace than she has kept for most of the campaign. Obama's high ratings spell good news for Clinton. Ronna Romney McDaniel, chairwoman of the Michigan Republican Party, sees it as a "neck and neck" race, with Trump having the momentum. A correspondent of the News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) in the USA reports that both Clinton and Trump have concentrated their attention to battleground states that ...
Comey wrote Sunday that FBI investigators had finished reviewing all newly discovered emails that Clinton sent or received as secretary of state. With a 58 percent approval rating, according to a recent ABC News/Washington Post poll, he's as popular now as he was in the early days of his presidency, and the Clinton campaign is banking on that bring in votes.
According to The Telegraph, more people think Clinton has the right kind of temperament and personality to be a good president, while Trump has the advantage when it is the candidate who they think could bring about "real change" in Washington .
The polls suggest a tight race between Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump. Comey's new letter comes after two weeks in which the Federal Bureau of Investigation has been criticized for inserting the nation's top law enforcement agency into the closing weeks of a tense political season; Senate Democratic Leader Harry Reid even wondered whether Comey had violated the Hatch Act .
The investigative team had "been working around the clock to process and review" emails found on former NY congressman Anthony Weiner's laptop - using a program that only targeted the emails to and from Clinton's closest aide, Huma Abedin , within the time when Clinton was secretary of state.
News campaign embed Vaughn Hillyard has been flying aboard Mike Pence's campaign plane for three months now-and he was onboard Thursday night when the plane skidded off a rainy runway at La Guardian Airport in NY. The takeoff was delayed for about two hours due to bad weather in NY. Pence said the incident was over quickly and thanked first responders for taking immediate action.
She went on to study at Yale Law School, where she met her future husband Bill Clinton. According to the release, Clinton will discuss "The high stakes of this election for families in Western Pennsylvania as well as her vision for an America that is stronger together, with an economy that works for everyone, not just those at the top".
The analysis comes as federal agents and analysts are scrambling to review emails found on a laptop used by former Rep. Anthony Weiner and his estranged wife, Huma Abedin, one of Clinton's closest aides. "I am very grateful to the professionals at the Federal Bureau of Investigation for doing an extraordinary amount of high-quality work in a short period of time".
Trump was quick to raise the Kadzik email during a campaign rally in Florida Wednesday afternoon, calling Kadzik "a close associate of John Podesta". What happens if a person who is under federal investigation is elected to the top job in charge of those agencies? The hearing he was giving Podesta a "heads up" on had been publicly announced.
Hours varied, but all local communities rose to the occasion, urged by Secretary of State Bill Galvin to be as flexible as possible to accommodate voters. "It's been very bad ", her husband agreed. "We're having them call those who have not yet voted and we're making sure that they are going to get out and vote", Sarah said.
Supporters of Republican presidential candidate, Donald Trump, cheer as he arrives to speak during a campaign rally, in Denver, Colorado, Nov. 5, 2016. Both polls were conducted in the first week of November, after FBI Director James Comey announced the bureau was examining additional emails related to Clinton's use of a private server.
A 56-year-old man was also injured and transported to Nanticoke for non-life threatening injuries. Spectator Daivd Aronson, 52, of Falls Church, Virginia, said he was about 25 yards behind the cannon when it exploded. They later said the victim is still alive however and is now in critical condition. It had been canceled for the past two years because of problems finding insurance.
Many filled the lobby area of the arts center and leaned against the railings of the second- and third-floor balconies to watch Sanders, who spoke between a podium and a Clinton/Kaine banner situated between two large American flags. He continued, saying, "This country hasn't always been fair to all people. But what upsets me the most, what upsets me - it's beyond disagreement - is we have struggled for so many years to overcome discrimination, and he is running his campaign, the cornerstone ...
The suspect was identified as Manuel Rosales, 35, O'Neill said. The suspect then fled the area in a vehicle to Bronx River Avenue. Authorities say the gunman was killed. "It breaks my heart", a neighbor said. The department later wrote that he had been pronounced dead at the scene. He had 17 prior arrests in Suffolk County.
One newly released document was a memo prepared by Doug Band, Bill Clinton's former top aide, for the attorneys who were conducting the audit. According to Band, that included: $4.3 million from Coca-Cola, $780,000 from the Dow Chemical Company, $540,000 from the Swiss bank UBS and more.