It was a policy-driven ode to the "best darn change-maker I have ever met". In a move aimed at broadening Clinton's appeal, New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg - an independent who considered launching a third party bid for president - will endorse the Democratic nominee.
Earlier in the week, Turkey issued another 42 arrest warrants for journalists which London-based rights group Amnesty International described as a "draconian clampdown on freedom of expression". The assault took place over about 12 hours between the night of July 15 and morning of July 16, when the rogue soldiers surrendered to citizens and police that had fought back against the coup.
On Tuesday evening the company said it would not register cars that have been shipped to dealers but not passed on to customers as "sales". The probes, including a criminal investigation, stem from claims by some dealers that they were forced by Fiat Chrysler officials to falsify sales reports .
Mr. Schneiderman's suit seeks civil penalties up to $450 million for what it describes as Volkswagen's "egregious and pervasive violations" that "strike at the heart" of state environmental laws, and were "the result of a willful and systematic scheme of cheating by dozens of employees at all levels of the company".
One poignant moment came when a 92-year-old Oklahoma woman announced her votes for Clinton, noting she was born before women were granted the right to vote. "It's Bernie or bust for me". Mr Trump cheered the disruptions from the campaign trail. "It's really necessary because Trump is risky". The speeches Monday night helped, especially Michelle Obama's speech praising Clinton.
Two cities downstream from the Husky Energy pipeline leak near Maidstone, Sask., have had to stop drawing water from the river. Mayor Ian Hamilton says in the event any oil makes it through, the city's water treatment plant, which draws its supply from the North Saskatchewan, will be shut down .