These are disorienting times we live in. Not too much time , though. The others include the state Senates in Maine, Colorado, New York, New Hampshire and CT in addition to the state Houses of Representatives in New Hampshire and Minnesota.
Sen. Cindy Hyde-Smith joked about going "front row" to a "public hanging" in a video posted to Twitter on Sunday morning, prompting her African-American opponent to call her comment "reprehensible". Hyde-Smith sought to clarify her remarks in a statement issued Sunday. They have no place in our political discourse, in MS, or our country. At a campaign event Monday, Hyde-Smith refused to answer repeated questions about her comments, saying she has nothing to add to her statement.
In a glass canopy at the foot of the Arc de Triomphe , built by Emperor Napoleon in 1806, Trump, Merkel, Macron, Putin and the other leaders listened through earpieces as the French president spoke. Merkel delivered the opening address alongside UN Secretary General Antonio Guterres at the Paris Peace Forum which started after the memorial service on the Champs-Elysees on Sunday morning.
He brandished a knife and stabbed three men, one of whom, who has yet to be identified, later died in hospital. Dramatic footage showed two police officers trying to arrest the man as he lunges and slashes wildly in broad daylight on Bourke Street with his vehicle burning in the background.
Late Thursday night, new updates from numerous recorders across the state shot Sinema past McSally to take a roughly 9,600 vote lead, whereas just the night before, it was McSally who led the contest by about 17,000 votes. Elections officials in two densely populated counties typically allow voters up to five days to help "cure" problems when signatures don't match. Sinema and McSally are no strangers to the drama surrounding extended vote counts.
At least 75,000 homes in Los Angeles and Ventura counties were under evacuation orders due to the Woolsey Fire . For Thousand Oaks, which had been considered one of the safest cities in the nation before a gunman massacred 12 people at a country music bar, the spasm of violence jolted the city's sense of security.