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Trump Would Bring Nuclear War, Fmr. Senator Bill Bradley Says
Bill Bradley has warned that he believes a Donald Trump presidency presents a nuclear threat. "Who do you trust with your life?" the former senator and 2000 presidential candidate asked today's " Powerhouse Politics " podcast. "Now if it was John McCain or Mitt Romney , I would trust them with my
Hillary Clinton Leads Donald Trump in ABC News' Electoral Ratings Before Tough Battleground Contests
Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton is maintaining a decided advantage in the Electoral College this November, strengthening her grip around states tipping her way while forcing Republican nominee Donald Trump to defend a handful of typical GOP strongholds. But a narrow path still
America 101: What Is a Contested Election?
Historian David Eisenbach looks at what a contested election is and shares examples from the 1800s to 2000.
A Look Back at 'October Surprises' and Why Clinton's Email May Not Be One
In several U.S. presidential elections, candidates have faced a moment of reckoning in the weeks and days before Nov. 8 that has come to be known as the "October Surprise." From differing claims about the progress of the Vietnam War in 1968 and 1972, to George W. Bush's decades-old drunk driving
Doctor Accuses Flight Attendant of 'Blatant Discrimination' During Emergency
Social media users have started the hashtags #WeDoExist and #WhatDoctorsLookLike to support Dr. Tamika Cross, a black doctor from Houston who has accused Delta Air Lines of discrimination. In a Facebook post that has garnered over 110,000 reactions and more than 40,000 shares in the past week,
The Man With the Fighting Words: Who Is Rodrigo Duterte?
He’s compared himself to Hitler. He’s vowed to wage a war on drugs via execution. He’s threatened to cut all ties with the U.S. He swears like a sailor and has been nicknamed "The Punisher." But he also created one of the safest cities in the Philippines when he was mayor, and he enacted some of
Trump: Coach Being Fired for Praying Is Outrageous
I think that is absolutely outrageous. I think it's outrageous I think it's a very very. Religious liberty hey it's about religious liberty. And Aston Villa a melding them both were living in a time where you have to have a melding of but it's very unfair what they're doing to religion in this
President Obama Vetoes 9/11 Victims Bill, Setting Up Showdown With Congress
President Obama today vetoed a bill that would allow survivors of the 9/11 attacks , along with victims' families, to sue the government of Saudi Arabia. “I am returning herewith without my approval S. 2040, the ‘Justice Against Sponsors of Terrorism Act’ (JASTA), which would, among other things,
Eliminator Week 3: Fighting Irish knocked out
Pressure makes some college football coaches do the craziest things. It makes them scream at officials or give their assistants "ass-chewings" in front of millions of people. It causes them to rotate three quarterbacks in one game or go for a two-point conversion after every touchdown. In one