Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton only has a two point lead over Republican nominee Donald Trump, according to a Morning Consult poll published Sunday. And while a modest drop-off of black votes may not imperil Clinton's prospects, given Trump's unpopularity among upscale white voters, it could undermine Democrats' effort to capture control of the Senate and win other down-ballot elections.
The usually-bustling pavements were clear of street hawkers and some shops were shut, as rocks, sticks and burning tyres were strewn across the streets. "The use of violence is not acceptable under any circumstance". Police tried to "discourage" Friday's march, saying the anticipated crowd of around 150,000 would disrupt business and traffic.
This undated photo provided by the Fresno County Sheriff's Office shows corrections officer Toamalama Scanlan. Sheriff Margaret Mims says a man with a long criminal history, identified as Thong Vang, entered the lobby Saturday morning and tried to cut to the head of the visitor line.
Forecasters expect it to linger next to North Carolina on Saturday while a high-pressure ridge slows its movement, meaning partly sunny skies in New York City to start the weekend with a high in the mid- to upper 70s. In St. Petersburg, Joanna Crandell said the water in the canal next to her home was a foot over the sea wall. "I need to know where we're going after we leave the hospital, '" Beach said.
The 7-year attorney says, according to what she's read, a sentence for sex assault in California could be two years, six years or a maximum eight years in prison. "He should be in prison right now, but he's not in our custody", she told reporters. The ex-swimmer kept his head down as he passed. A Florida judge's response was to ignore the victim's tearful pleas, hold her in contempt of court and send her to jail.
A senior State Department official said the talks faltered on Saturday when Russian Federation pulled back from agreement on issues the US negotiators believed had been settled. "I can't tell you when the agreement will be reached". "We're not going to rush", said Kerry, who has negotiated several failed truces with Russian Federation in recent months.