Defeat Crooked Hillary PAC is now airing an ad in Winston-Salem titled "Can't Run Her House", which shows Obama seemingly hitting Clinton for her husband's extramarital affairs in 2008. "By any standard, she has been an outstanding first lady who has made us all so proud", she enthused. The report had bolstered Clinton, who has positioned herself as the best candidate to continue years of economic expansion under Democratic President Barack Obama.
The presidential candidates and dozens of outside groups involved in the race are also due to file their final major fundraising reports before Election Day. LISA DESJARDINS: Similarly, on her campaign plane last night, Clinton was asked if she would meet with Trump after it's over. It's doubtful it will ever happen, argues Chris Galdieri, assistant professor of politics at St Anselm College.
The Royal Canadian Mounted Police confirmed four people had died in a crash on Thursday evening but did not release names. RCMP Cpl. Dan Moskaluk said police were alerted when the business jet lost radar contact and officers secured the scene.
The controversial report quoted a source as saying that the civilian government told military officials "to either act against all militants or face global isolation" during a high-level meeting. Pakistani Information Minister Pervez Rasheed has been removed from office over isolation information leak . This story has not been edited by Firstpost staff and is generated by auto-feed.
Initial probe suggests that there were four attackers. The Majlis was taking place at the residence of a man who was identified as Dr Asad. Earlier this month, at least one child was killed while seven people, including women, were injured in a grenade attack in Karachi's Liaquatabad neighbourhood.
Between April and March, The Pirates were the party of choice for up to 40% of the electorate. Iceland faced a deep financial and economic crisis in October 2008. "It's gradually dawning on us, what's happening", Pirate Party leader Birgitta Jónsdóttir told The Guardian . Pirate policies - including public vetoes over new laws and strict safeguards for individuals' online and offline privacy - have dominated the election debate.