Both promised to end their contentious campaign on a positive note. Trump said that the U.S.is a laughingstock. . He later asked the crowd if there was "any place more fun to be than a Trump rally? Look at that. Trump has a busy day ahead with additional stops in North Carolina, Pennsylvania, New Hampshire and MI. Communications director Jennifer Palmieri told reporters, "We're glad this matter is resolved", though Clinton herself did not mention the issue at her campaign events.
A Russian beach looked like a set for an epic Siberian Yeti snowball fight after getting suddenly littered with hundreds of huge snowballs - ranging in size from baseballs to beach balls - over the weekend. Many people believed it only when saw with they own eyes. And there was not so much snow for them to form. They're made of slush and "frazil" ice, which occurs when loose, needle-shaped ice crystals collect in the water, according to the Weather Underground .
Both ads, "Respected" and "Last Straw", feature straight-to-camera testimonials from Republican military veterans who say they can not vote for their party's nominee, citing Trump's comments about women. A candidate collects all the electoral votes for a state by coming top of the popular vote. His campaign's internal polling shows him trailing within reach of Clinton, who is ahead only by 3 points.
Over the past year and a half, in addition to participating in the United Nations Climate Change Conference in Paris, France, the Governor traveled to the United Nations headquarters in NY, the Vatican in Italy and the Climate Summit of the Americas in Toronto, Canada to call on other leaders to join California in the fight against climate change.
The boys were spotted by two members of the public who detained them until police arrived. A 17-year-old and a 21-year-old man were arrested nearby but released without charge. Local roads have been closed, and the Northern Road remains closed between Cranebrook Road and Ninth Avenue. Looking west towards the Pacific Highway from Karuah on Sunday.
Friday was already a scheduled day off for Chicago Public Schools and IL governor. The family gathered pieces of the red and blue parade confetti to send to Lewis' sister in Japan. Michael Sneed of the Chicago Tribune first reported during the series that the city planned on dying the river if its beloved ballclub on the north side of town was able to down the Indians in the Fall Classic.