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Daughter of Trump surrogate Rudy Giuliani backing Clinton


Carolina Giuliani's Facebook page now references support for Planned Parenthood and the LGBTQ community. Another of Giuliani's Facebook posts features a Huffington Post article called "I Wrote That I Despised Hillary Clinton". While her father is making the media rounds this election cycle to spread straight-up lies in an effort to elevate the Trump campaign, Caroline told Politico she "loves" Clinton. Read More »

Parent accused of wearing clown mask, following school bus in Auburn


Twelve-year-old Madison Bogar , a seventh grader at Auburn Middle School , told the station everybody on the bus was shaking and screaming when they saw the man in the clown mask. In Rehoboth, police arrested a teen for making threats through Twitter , playing off the clown trend. Police have been fielding reports of suspicious clowns across Pennsylvania for weeks, and now one of them is speaking out. Read More »

Sunny Tuesday will bring slightly warmer temperatures: Northeast Ohio weather forecast


These storms will be firing along a strong cold front moving through. EXTENDED: Rain and storms look possible through Friday morning, tapering off through lunchtime. Temperatures will also return to above normal levels with highs near 80° at times next week. Sunday there may be a little more cloud cover but still think overall it'll be mostly sunny with highs warmer in the low-mid 70s. Read More »

Ted Cruz says he will vote for Donald Trump


When Cruz addressed the Republican National Convention in July in Cleveland, where Trump accepted the nomination, he declined to endorse Trump and was essentially booed off stage by the NY businessman's supporters. In the statement Cruz explained his commitment to the Republican party, for his values and the causes he believed in, the former nominee explained that he had pledged to endorse the Republican party and he is doing so by supporting Trump. Read More »

Striking Minnesota nurses vote on Allina's latest proposal


The union held a late evening news conference Monday at its headquarters to present the results of a vote on Allina's latest proposal. If you would like to discuss another topic, look for a relevant article. Nurses returned to the picket lines Tuesday. The Star Tribune reported that the nurses' walkout over health benefits, staffing and safety concerns may go down as the longest nursing strike in Minnesota history. Read More »

Kaine, Pence ready for main stage

Pence and Kaine have campaigned full tilt for more than two months now, but plenty of people still don't have a feel for them. Kaine is being helped by Washington D.C., lawyer Robert Barnett, the Chicago Tribune is reporting. The next debate between Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton takes place on October 9th. Sen. Tim Kaine is Hillary Clinton's running mate. But both have played dramatically different roles since they were picked to be the No. Read More »

3 girls admit to Willoughby-Eastlake clown threats


In Reading, Ohio, police say a woman reported someone in a clown costume grabbed her by the throat and made threats toward the local schools. Similar threats have been made in other parts of Missouri, and in other states. The investigation isn't over - the PPD has yet to confirm the source for remaining threats. As you know, the safety of our students and staff is our top priority. Read More »

Oklahoma Officer Charged With Manslaughter in Unarmed Man's Death


Phil Turner, a Chicago-based defense attorney and former federal prosecutor, said the motivation of prosecutors in Tulsa may have been partly to allay outrage and avoid the kind of violence Charlotte has seen. Records show Shelby told dispatch Crutcher would not show her his hands. "Officer Shelby made statements that she was in fear of her life and thought that Mr. Read More »

Clinton, Trump look to overcome weaknesses on debate stage

At a July campaign stop for Clinton, Cuban called Trump "bats-- insane". Trump, for his part, has said that he would not be involved in any extensive debate preparations. "Clearly his advisers agree that that is not a very presidential image". Fox News has learned that the view inside Trump Tower is that the real estate mogul stands to gain by standing back and letting Hillary Clinton talk. Read More »

California mountain homes threatened by destructive wildfire

While most of the smoke-affected areas are now in the mountain and south-county areas, health officials expect the smoke may increase throughout Santa Clara County in the next days and week. The Loma fire in California's Santa Cruz Mountains continues to grow, reaching 2,250 acres Wednesday. "Typically, when we have the cooler weather with the lower wind speeds, the fire doesn't behave as erratically, so we can get closer to the edge", Sean Cassatt, a spokesman for the California Department ... Read More »

FBI data show increase in murder, violent crime in 2015

POSTSCRIPT: It's worth noting that this applies mostly to North America and Europe. "Bernie Sanders that it was a 'racist" thing to say. "They're sending people that have lots of problems, and they're bringing those problems with us". The data user is, therefore, cautioned against comparing statistical data of individual reporting units from cities, metropolitan areas, states, or colleges or universities exclusively on the basis of their population coverage or student enrollment. Read More »

Conway says Trump hasn't invited Flowers


Outspoken Trump critic and owners of the Dallas Mavericks basketball team, Mark Cuban, tweeted on Thursday: "Just got a front row seat to watch @ HillaryClinton overwhelm @ realDonaldTrump ". It shows Clinton continues to hold advantages over Donald Trump in the states she would need to win the presidency in November but also that Trump has made gains in some battleground states. Read More »

U-2 Spy Plane Crashes In California Killing Pilot


The injured co-pilot suffered non-life-threatening injuries and is recovering at a local hospital. "We're now working together to investigate the incident". One pilot was killed and another injured when they ejected from the plane shortly after taking off from Beale, on a training mission. Pilots who fly U-2 planes have a challenging task since they have to wear a full-pressure suit, similar to those astronauts wear, while managing the aircraft due to being in altitudes of more than 70,000 ... Read More »

Court papers: Suspect vowed 'bombs will be heard' in streets

He has been charged in New Jersey and by the federeral government. William Sweeney, the FBI's assistant director in NY, said Monday that that at the time of the bombing, Rahami apparently was not on the FBI's radar. One of the bombs left in Manhattan did not explode. It's not immediately clear whether Rahami has a lawyer who can comment on the charges. The United States charged an Afghan-born USA suspect with multiple terror counts in connection with bomb attacks in NY and New ... Read More »

'Fault in Our Stars' wife Katie Prager dies 5 days after husband


When a suitable donor match was available, Dalton Prager received a double lung transplant. Katie and Dalton were transferred to the University of Cincinnati Hospital, where both were placed on full-time oxygen and referred to the University of Pittsburgh Medical Center, because it would transplant a lung into a patient with the infection. Read More »

Trump advocates "Stop-and-Frisk"


Bill de Blasio oversaw New York's dismantling of the program as the city's newly minted mayor in 2014, rejecting a cornerstone of his predecessor Michael Bloomberg's crime-fighting strategy as a "broken policy". "They're proactive, and if they see a person possibly with a gun or they think may have a gun, they will see the person, and they'll look and they'll take the gun away", Trump said, defining what he thought the program should look like. Read More »

Clinton on combatting terror: "I know how to do this"

As he passed out flyers, he rejected the key argument from Sanders that in a battleground state like OH, where polls have the two major candidates neck and neck , he should vote for Clinton to stave off a Trump win. "I couldn't say that electing Mitt Romney would be an unmitigated disaster", he said. And nearly six-in-10 say they are either "frustrated" or "disgusted" with this election. Read More »

Loud blast rocks Manhattan neighborhood, multiple injuries reported

City officials also declined from commenting whether there is any link with the explosion of a device in Seaside Park in the neighboring state of New Jersey, where no victims or material damage was reported. He cautioned that authorities had just begun their investigation into the blast. As a precaution, the police and fire personnel searched for additional devices but found none, officials said. Read More »

Trump, Clinton Below 43 Percent in Every Four-Way Poll This Week

Stein's campaign website said she and her running mate Ajamu Baraka will both attend the first presidential debate , and urged supporters to join them. Vice Presidential candidates Tim Kaine and Mike Pence also subsequently qualified for the vice presidential debate on October 4th. Young voters are drawn to the live-and-let-live philosophy espoused by Johnson and the Libertarian Party, Hauptmann said. Read More »

Edward Albee, 'Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf' playwright, dies at age 88


The 88-year-old died of a short illness, his personal assistant, Jakob Holder, reportedly said. His provocative and often unforgiving takes on life in the U.S. "Each play of mine has a distinctive story to tell", he declared in an interview with the Santa Fe New Mexican in May 2001. It won a Tony Award for best play, and ran for over eighteen months. Read More »

Unemployment in Kansas rises to 4.3 percent


Overall, the state has 90,000 more people working in the total employment survey, with the number of unemployed men and women down by 28,000 since August 2015. Over the past year, the biggest job gains were seen in restaurants, with 4,300 more positions; local government , 4,000 higher; administration, 3,000 more; and hotels, up 1,200, according to the agency. Read More »

Man charged with killing Ohio trooper on Cleveland freeway


Velez was "conducting traffic enforcement" and was outside his patrol auto when he was struck. The spokesman says Gaspar was arrested for operating a motor vehicle while under the influence of drugs at the time of the accident. Christian Velez honored his father with a post on Twitter. The man shot was taken to Goodland Regional Medical Center then flown to Denver for treatment of his injuries. Read More »

Boy, 13, fatally shot by police after pulling out BB gun

The lawyers say allegations about Tyre (ty-REE') King can't be considered fact until there's a "thorough, unbiased investigation". "The investigation is still ongoing, and we still have people that we want to find". NBC4i Columbus reports the officer who fired the shots was a nine-year veteran of the force and just recently transferred to the zone where Wednesday night's shooting happened. Read More »

Hillary Clinton: We will release more medical records 'very shortly'

Here, the introduction of the third-party candidates is enough to drive her two-point lead overall in the head-to-head race (46/44) down to a dead heat. A new daily tracking poll released Thursday has Republican presidential nominee up six points over Democratic rival Hillary Clinton . The documentation adds little to the previous health records she divulged a year ago, which stated that Clinton has low cholesterol and has seasonal allergies. Read More »