Only 33% said Trump will win. "She should be ashamed of herself, and this proves beyond doubt that she is unfit and incapable to serve as President of the United States ". Clinton then pivoted and tried to characterize the other half of Trump's supporters, putting them in "that other basket" and saying they need understanding and empathy.
It was the deadliest house fire in Memphis, Tennessee's history, officials said. Two more children died at a local hospital where a third child is in extremely critical condition. The adults were identified as Carol Collier, 56; Lakeisha Ward, 27, mother of Alonzo Ward; and Eloise Futrell, 61. "Our whole city is in mourning for the loss of much of one family", Memphis Mayor Jim Strickland said.
The shows were considered two of this year's notable Primetime Emmys snubs, receiving no major nominations despite widespread acclaim and red hot social media traction. The show nabbed 23 nominations this year, and it's still up for Outstanding Drama, Directing, and Writing. Kit Harington, Lena Headey, Peter Dinklage, Maisie Williams , and Emilia Clarke are also up for supporting acting awards.
The cast includes Melissa Leo, Zachary Quinto and Shailene Woodley. The double Oscar victor used encrypted messages to communicate with colleagues during the filming of Snowden , which tells the story of how the NSA whistleblower leaked details of mass government surveillance in 2013.
Later Thursday, Trudeau travelled south to Shanghai . Over two days in Beijing, Trudeau held several meetings with Chinese leaders at the highest levels, including President Xi Jinping and Premier Li Keqiang. Trudeau told Zhang that his visit was an opportunity to continue to "build on the strong friendship between Canada and China, and talk about how we move forward in ways that will benefit both of our peoples".
The visitors came on a ship carrying 300,000 enslaved aliens and when it crashes on Earth, the newcomers assimilate in the melting pot of California, mostly in Los Angeles. A still from 1988's Alien Nation . As Jeff Nichols premieres the civil rights drama Loving here at Toronto this weekend, he's preparing to take a less obvious look at the subject of racism.