In the new results, Clinton was at 45 percent, Trump 41 percent, Libertarian Party candidate Gary Johnson 5 percent, and Green Party nominee Jill Stein was at 2 percent. Forty-two percent of independent likely voters said Clinton bested Trump in the debate, while 27 percent gave Trump the edge. The numbers are from Quinnipiac, which released a slate of state-level polls.
The Cape Cod style mansion, also has a gourmet kitchen, the flawless location for domestic goddess Kylie to experiment with her latest dishes, a swimming pool and a home cinema. "I'm going to post the meme he just sent me right now". Over the course of the very long Q&A, the Kylie Lip Kid creator also touched upon her new hair color, explaining that it had actually been in the works for a while, which is why she hadn't dyed her hair in a year.
Rio de Janeiro, September 19: The closing ceremony of Rio Paralympic Games 2016 turned into a feast of light, colour and music in the Maracana stadium with the theme "Biodiversity: Our Inspiration". Of the Canadian athletes who medalled, four were under age 20. International Paralympic Committee President Sir Philip Craven, addressing the event said Rio Paralympics were " uniquely Brazilian and wondrous ", as quoted by the BBC.
On Arnab Goswami's NewsHour Debate, Mahesh Bhatt was asked about his views on the current ban on Pakistani actors in India. "Can they not come up with either a decision or a comment on what Thackeray is saying?" A few days ago, superstar Salman Khan had invited the MNS wrath after he had said, "Pakistani artistes are not terrorists".
Jeremy Corbyn was re-elected head of the British Labour Party, leading to the resignation of a Jewish official from the party. "That would be the gross betrayal of the Labour party and our people". She said Labour must try to keep "the best of what we have in the European Union, not just because it's good for Britain, but because it's good for Europe and it's good for the world as well".
Obama is to join world leaders including former USA president Bill Clinton, French President Francois Hollande and German President Joachim Gauck as well as Britain's Prince Charles in attending Peres' Friday funeral at Jerusalem's Mount Herzl, where many Israeli dignitaries are buried.