But in August, when another sexting scandal came to light, Abedin had enough and announced she would be separating from her husband. She arrived as an intern at the White House in 1996 and was assigned to the Office of the First Lady. Ms Abedin, in a documentary released this year on his failed campaign, said she loves her husband and had forgiven him. "Over the years.we've celebrated together, we've mourned together".
Hopkins entered the property of Jack Lee Breiner, 47, to investigate the call and, according to a preliminary investigation, was shot by Breiner and instantly died, the Modoc County Sheriff's Office said in a statement. He had five siblings and raised in the small community of Montague in Siskiyou County, Dowdy said. "I am grateful for the extraordinary allied-agency assistance we have received and we are thankful for the countless expressions of support we have received in the aftermath of ...
Tim Kaine speaks to union members in Warren, Mich., following an appearance in Taylor, Mich. But Comey told Congress on Friday that new emails were discovered during a separate investigation of former NY congressman, Anthony Weiner. The vice-presidential nominee derided Mr. Trump's insistence that if he loses, it will because the election was "rigged" against him. Noticed but generally unacknowledged by rally-goers, they began audibly shouting and chanting during Mr.
As jury selection is underway in two high-profile cases involving white police officers accused of fatally shooting unarmed black men, ABC News Chief Legal Analyst Dan Abrams weighs in on how race, police and national attention could affect the choice of jurors.
CNN said the network was "completely uncomfortable" with Brazile's interactions with the Clinton campaign, as uncovered by WikiLeaks. Brazile came under fire earlier this month after a hacked email published by WikiLeaks showed she may have tipped off the Democratic presidential nominee's campaign about a March CNN town-hall debate question about the death penalty.
Deputy State Elections Administrator Jared DeMarinis said that almost 75,000 people have voted so far today. The ballot must be received by election officers by noon on Election Day, and just being postmarked by that date does not count. The Maryland State Board of Elections reports 80,283 people voted on Saturday; 123,020 people voted on Friday; and 122,880 voted on Thursday. Brown County had 5491 ballots cast in the first week of early voting.