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The Note: Top Political Stories of the Day
COUNTDOWN TO ELECTION DAY : 18 days Clinton Leads Trump in ABC News' Electoral Ratings Before Tough Battleground Contests . Hillary Clinton is maintaining a decided advantage in the Electoral College this November, strengthening her grip around states tipping her way while forcing Republican
Arizona , Utah and Idaho Vote: 5 Things to Watch in Tuesday’s Primaries and Caucuses
Three states out West vote in Tuesday’s primaries and caucuses. Both Republicans and Democrats are participating in the Arizona primary and the Utah caucuses, while only Democrats in Idaho will caucus today. Here are five things to watch in Tuesday’s primaries: 1. How Will Trump Fare in Arizona and
The Note: Primary Primer
NOTABLES The Brussels attacks are dominating the news, but tonight three states out West vote in Tuesday’s primaries and caucuses. Both Republicans and Democrats are participating in the Arizona primary and the Utah caucuses, while only Democrats in Idaho will caucus today. Here are several things
Former Arizona Gov . Jan Brewer 'Offended' Over Internet Ads
Former Arizona Gov. Jan Brewer is threatening legal action over Internet ads that feature her image to promote anti-aging products. In Brewer’s case, the ads make false claims about her romantic life, stating, “divorced for being too old, see her revenge makeover.” Brewer and husband John have been
Arizona Republicans Aren't All Rolling Out Red Carpet for Donald Trump
Donald Trump's campaign said he had to move his speech in Phoenix today from the Biltmore hotel to the city's convention center "due to the overwhelming response," but not everyone is happy the Republican presidential candidate is coming to Arizona. Trump plans to deliver a speech on "illegal
The Note: Obama Mulls Options for Airstrikes Over Syria
By JOHN R. PARKINSON (@jparkABC) NOTABLES OBAMA APPROVES ISIS SURVEILLANCE FLIGHTS OVER SYRIA: President Obama has approved U.S military surveillance flights over Syria to track the Islamic militant group ISIS, a group that American warplanes have been attacking in neighboring Iraq, ABC News has ...
The Primary Primer: 12 Races to Watch in Arizona , Florida, Vermont, and Oklahoma
WHO’S ON THE BALLOT? We are getting closer to the end of primary season and today we have four more states voting with ballots being cast in Arizona, Florida, Vermont, and run-offs in Oklahoma. It’s the second to last primary day we have left and...
What We Don’t Know About Lethal Injection Drugs
The prolonged execution of Joseph Wood has spotlighted the secrecy surrounding drugs used for lethal injection. Wood, a convicted murderer, died Wednesday nearly two hours after receiving what authorities said was a 50-milligram dose of both the sedative midazolam and the painkiller hydromorphone.
Family of Victims Shows No Sympathy at Killer's Execution
The family of two people murdered by a man sentenced to the death penalty by lethal injection showed no remorse when his execution dragged on for nearly two hours. Jeanne Brown watched from the gallery at the Arizona State Prison Complex as Joseph Rudolph Wood, who shot her sister and father dead
Inmate Dies 2 Hours After Execution Began in Arizona
An inmate's execution with lethal drugs in Arizona today took almost two hours as witnesses reported the man gasped and snorted, prompting his lawyers to request an emergency halt to the procedure. "The execution of Joseph Wood commenced at 1:57 p.m. at the Arizona State Prison Complex