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Hillary Clinton’s Rivals Critical of Democratic Party Politics

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Martin O’Malley and Bernie Sanders used their speeches at the Democratic National Committee to aim unusual broadsides at the party overtly, and at Mrs. Clinton implicitly.

Facebook User Mocks Virginia Shootings, Changes Profile To Alison Parker: ‘They Needed To Die’

The shootings that happened in Roanoke, Virginia earlier this week left a nation stunned and shocked. Reporter Alison Parker and cameraman Adam Ward were shot and killed by Vester Lee Flanagan II as they were on location doing a report. Show More Summary

Tropical Storm Erika Leaves Death And Destruction In Carribean

SANTO DOMINGO, Dominican Republic (AP) — Tropical Storm Erika began to lose steam Friday over Haiti and the Dominican Republic, but it left behind a trail of destruction that killed at least 20 people on the small eastern Caribbean island...Show More Summary

Sunbathing Man Spotted On Top Of Wind Turbine

A drone captured a Benedictine monk sunbathing on a 164-foot-tall wind turbine. The sunbathing monk was spotted by Kevin Miller, a pilot from California. He was in Rhode Island, which is where the incident took place, on vacation Miller was touring the ground of the Portsmouth Abbey School when his drone captured the man sunbathing.... Show More Summary

Clinton Camp Fires Back at Trump’s ‘Disgraceful’ Remark About Staffer Huma Abedin

yesterdayNews : Mediaite

Hillary Clinton's campaign released a statement tonight ripping Donald Trump for his personal sniping at staffer Huma Abedin.

Kentucky Clerk Who Refuses To Issue Gay Marriage Licenses Begs Supreme Court For Help

After defying multiple orders to issue marriage licenses to gays and lesbians, a Kentucky clerk is taking her case to the Supreme Court. Rowan County clerk Kim Davis on Friday filed an emergency request with the court to put a temporary...Show More Summary

Facebook Reaches New Milestone With 1 Billion Users A Day!!

How many internet websites can say they have 1 billion users a day? FACEBOOK can!! Mark Zuckerberg, who founded Facebook in 2004 while he was student at Harvard, said last Monday that 1 billion users logged into Facebook to connect with friends and family. Show More Summary

Man Robs Bank To Pay For His Daughter’s Cancer Treatments

Brian Randolph, 23 of Michigan, stands accused of robbing a credit union. Randolph told officials that he robbed the credit union because he needed the money to pay for his daughter’s chemotherapy treatments. He faces charges of armed robbery and bank robbery. Show More Summary

Rick Scott Declares State Of Emergency In Florida As Tropical Storm Erika Approaches

MIAMI, Aug 28 (Reuters) - Florida Governor Rick Scott declared a state of emergency on Friday in preparation for the arrival of Tropical Storm Erika as it made a soggy path through the Caribbean toward the southeastern United States. Scott, in announcing his decision, cited a five-day forecast by the U.S. Show More Summary

Sarah Palin Slams ESPN For Suspending Curt Schilling Over Anti-Muslim Tweet

Former Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin (R) slammed ESPN for suspending former Major League pitcher and current commentator Curt Schilling over an offensive tweet about Muslims. In a Thursday Facebook post, Palin called ESPN "a journalistic embarrassment."...Show More Summary

WATCH LIVE: White House Press Briefing – 08/28/15

yesterdayNews : Mediaite

White House Press Secretary Josh Earnest delivers the daily press briefing to reporters from the White House.

'Uptown Girls' Jennifer Lawrence And Amy Schumer Dance On Billy Joel's Piano

We didn't start the fire; Jennifer Lawrence and Amy Schumer did. The pair burned up the stage dancing at Billy Joel's concert at Wrigley Field on Thursday. (As the girl on fire, Katniss Everdeen, JLaw should be pretty used to that.)Show More Summary

Trump lead grows, Clinton slips: poll

yesterdayNews : The Raw Story

Billionaire Donald Trump extended his lead yet again atop the Republican presidential field, with front-running Democrat Hillary Clinton slipping and Vice President Joe Biden faring better than her against Republicans, poll results revealed Thursday. Trump, the combative real estate mogul, leads...

Jorge Ramos: Univision CEO Slams Donald Trump For Journalist’s Treatment

Jorge Ramos’ Univision boss, CEO Randy Falco slammed 2016 GOP hopeful Donald Trump for the treatment of his journalist during a press conference in Iowa last Tuesday, when security escorted him out, for asking a question out of turn....Show More Summary

Megyn Kelly Beats Up Donald Trump, Makes Him Bleed From Wherever

HuffPost Comedy -- your go-to for hard-hitting journalism -- has acquired never-before-seen surveillance footage from equally credible news source Funny or Die. In the tape, Fox News' Megyn Kelly, clearly having reached that final straw,...Show More Summary

John Boehner Calls Ted Cruz A Jackas? Donald Trump And Cruz Tease Big Announcement Coming

John Boehner called Ted Cruz a “jackas” during a Colorado fundraiser on Wednesday. The comment by the Speaker of the House about the Republican presidential stunned the audience. The Steamboat Springs event was hosted for Representative Scott Tipton. Show More Summary

Elizabeth Warren And Joe Biden Used To Battle Over Economic Inequality

WASHINGTON -- Vice President Joe Biden thinks Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-Mass.) can help him look good as a presidential contender, probably because he knows firsthand she can make him look bad.  Biden met with Warren this week in an effort to boost his income inequality credentials as he explores a presidential bid. Show More Summary

President Obama to meet with German President Gauck in October

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - U.S. President Barack Obama will host German President Joachim Gauck in the Oval Office on Oct. 7, the White House said on Friday.

Vatican Envoy Accused of Sex Abuse Is Dead

Jozef Wesolowski will never see his day in court. The 67-year-old ex-envoy for the Vatican to the Dominican Republic, who was awaiting trial on charges of sexually abusing children there, died today of apparent natural causes, the Vatican reports via the AP. His body was found in the room at...

Katrina’s ‘Heckuva Job, Brownie’ absolves self from disaster — and you won’t believe who he blames

yesterdayNews : The Raw Story

Ten years after Hurricane Katrina devastated New Orleans, Michael Brown — former FEMA head during President George W. Bush’s administration — is defending his actions during the disaster, saying the most he can be blamed for is “mishandling” press relations. Brown, who...

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