Several GOP leaders commented on Trump after the revelation of crude comments he made about women.
As Matthew made its slow exit off the East Coast, dozens of people — including a woman and her small child — had to be rescued from their cars as life-threatening flash floods surprised many in North Carolina.
Two Palm Springs police officers trying to resolve a family dispute were shot to death Saturday when a man they had been speaking calmly with suddenly pulled out a gun and opened fire on them.
Frustration turned to panic across the GOP with early voting already underway in some states and Election Day one month away.
Matthew raked the Georgia and South Carolina coasts with torrential rain and stiff winds. But for most of its run up the U.S. coastline, it center, or eye, mercifully stayed just far enough offshore that coastal communities didn’t feel the full force of its winds.
The overall death toll remains unknown. Death counts are frequently difficult to tabulate in the immediate aftermath of a natural disaster in any country.
“I’ve said some foolish things,” the Republican presidential nominee said in a taped apology posted on his Facebook page early Saturday morning. “But there’s a big difference between the words and actions of other people. Bill Clinton has actually abused women.”
The leaks were the result of another email hacking intended to influence the presidential election.
The investigation also determined that the American Egg Board, which is responsible for the “Incredible, Edible Egg” slogan, should not have paid for pro-egg ads to appear online when people searched for Hampton Creek’s Just Mayo.
The IRS will now be prohibited from taxing most medals or other prizes awarded to U.S. Olympians.
Trump bragged about kissing, groping and trying to have sex with women who were not his wife on audio and video recordings.
As Hurricane Matthew brushed along the coast of Florida Friday morning, video captured the storm’s powerful winds, which reached 120 mph, blowing huge crumpled sheets of metal.
In a round table on border security, Trump responded to comments from Art Del Cueto, a vice president for the National Border Patrol Council, saying “They are letting people pour into the country so they can go ahead and vote.”
The Southeast Asian nation has pursued political reforms over the last five years following decades of oppressive military rule which resulted in the resettlement of many refugees in Fort Wayne.
Watch the pilots bounce around in the turbulence as rains hammer the windshield.
Updates from the Associated Press and CNN on the record-setting storm that’s hammering parts of the Atlantic coast.
Millions of people in Florida, Georgia and South Carolina were told to evacuate their homes, and interstate highways were turned into one-way routes to speed the exodus. Florida alone accounted for about 1.5 million of those told to clear out.
The man who stabbed 10 people at a Minnesota mall had become interested in Islam in the last several months, withdrew from his friends and encouraged female relatives to be more religious, the FBI said Thursday.
The storm’s maximum sustained winds had strengthened to 140 mph and were expected to maintain their strength as the storm approaches the Florida coast.
At least 16 deaths in the Caribbean have been blamed on the storm — 10 of them reported by Haiti’s civil protection agency.