http://i2.cdn.turner.com/cnnnext/dam/assets/160815161904-04-trump-youngstown-0815-large-169.jpg

USA

US Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump has delivered his most aggressive call yet for African-American voters to back his campaign and says he will restore law and order in America, only days after a fatal police shooting of a black man sparked more street violence.
  • Hillary Clinton is the MVP for ISIS

    Hillary Clinton is the MVP for ISIS

    USA

    As I'm sure you know, this was just one in a long, long string of controversial things Trump has said in the year since he began his run for president. Presented with a series of bad swing state poll numbers and asked how he would "close that gap", Trump cut off any talk of changing course. While Trump remains around 40% in national polling, Obama's approval rating was at 54% after the Democratic convention, according to CNN polling.
  • Obama has been briefed on Milwaukee violence

    Obama has been briefed on Milwaukee violence

    USA

    Police violence against black men and women has set off intermittent, sometimes violent protests in U.S. cities from Ferguson, Missouri, Baltimore, New York, Baton Rouge, Louisiana, and St. The man was hit twice, in the chest and in the arm, Barrett said, adding that the unidentified officer had a body camera that was "operating" during the shooting.
  • New York Cockroaches Flying Everywhere During East Coast Heat Wave

    New York Cockroaches Flying Everywhere During East Coast Heat Wave

    USA

    Flying cockroaches may be something we just have to get used to, because climate change is causing the United States to experience these kinds of heat waves more regularly . For example, they like to glide from a higher place to a lower place. There are two main types of cockroaches that live in the New York area - German cockroaches and American cockroaches , according to New York City company Positive Pest Management.
  • Clinton's lead over Trump grows in new national polls

    USA

    Both candidates continue to suffer from challenging unfavorable ratings, though Clinton has made strides improving her marks following the conventions. When you look at the polls cross tabs Clinton's Sunshine State lead does narrows to four points when Libertarian nominee Gary Johnson and Jill Stein of the Green Party are added to the ballot.
  • The Kid From 'Making A Murderer' Just Got His Sentence Overturned

    USA

    Dassey confessed to helping Avery carry out the rape and killing of Halbach , but his attorneys argued that his constitutional rights were violated throughout the investigation. "Dassey's confession was, as a practical matter, the entirety of the case against him", the judge wrote. Avery is next. Time to go after real killer.
  • Reward For Killed Jogger Now $200K

    Reward For Killed Jogger Now $200K

    USA

    Her family reported her missing and her father was among the searchers when her body was found hours later. "Girls are looking around every corner", she said. The community has pitched in and helped wherever possible, like providing their homes' security camera footage to try and identify people entering of exiting the park.
  • Heavy rain, street flooding causes Louisiana school closings

    Heavy rain, street flooding causes Louisiana school closings

    USA

    This threat does extend into the rest of the Stateline through Friday, but the worst of the rain in the short term will be in the counties listed above tonight. He said about six people had been rescued from their homes as of this morning. No flooding was reported in the unincorporated parts of St. Mary Parish, Parish Homeland Security Director Duval Arthur said.
  • 'Bad Boys 3' pushed back to 2018, receives new title

    'Bad Boys 3' pushed back to 2018, receives new title

    USA

    Of course, the title pays homage to the scene in 2003's Bad Boys II where Smith's character tells Lawrence's, "We ride together, we die together". The original films starred Will Smith, as Mike Lowery, and Martin Lawrence, Marcus Burnett, who are two pals and detectives in the narcotics division of the Miami Police Department.
  • Colorado College Student Who Raped

    Colorado College Student Who Raped "Helpless" Young Woman Avoids Jail Time

    USA

    Wilkerson seemed to show remorse for his actions at his sentencing , Boulder County Deputy District Attorney Caryn Datz described his trial behavior as "a five-day display of arrogance, entitlement, privilege and blatant disregard for the role of law", and said, "This defendant on the witness stand admitted he is willing to lie to gain an advantage to himself".
  • Muslim Woman Sues Chicago Police For Wrongful Arrest

    Muslim Woman Sues Chicago Police For Wrongful Arrest

    USA

    Al-Matar was charged with reckless conduct and several counts of obstructing justice, but the charges were dismissed in June. The complaint says the woman " suffered violations of her constitutional rights, emotional anxiety, fear, humiliation, monetary loss, embarrassment, fear, pain and suffering and future pain and suffering ".
  • Clinton leads Trump by 15 points in Wisconsin

    Clinton leads Trump by 15 points in Wisconsin

    USA

    Trump's view with voters worsened from July when 63 percent had an unfavorable opinion. The Atlanta Journal-Constitution poll tested campaign rhetoric from both Trump and Democrat Hillary Clinton without attaching their names. "Trump's criticism of a reporter that was seen as mocking the reporter's physical disability" bothered 62 percent of respondents "a lot", with only 15 percent saying it bothered them "not at all".
  • Clinton to portray Trump economic plans as handouts for rich

    USA

    As Trump struggled to turn the page on a hard period in his campaign, Clinton's campaign continued a push to win over Republicans and independents Wednesday, launching a group called "Together for America". Rep. Steve King (R-IA) spoke at Iowa State Fair Thursday in Des Moines, and he included a mention of how he would respond to Hillary Clinton as president.
  • Child falls from coaster at Pennsylvania amusement park

    USA

    The park did not immediately answer calls from the Daily News, and did not say not say which ride the child fell from. The accident comes only days after 10-year-old Caleb Schwab was decapitated on a water slide in Kansas City. Thousands of children are hurt annually on amusement rides, according to a 2013 study by Nationwide Children's Hospital in Columbus, Ohio. On Thursday, a 6-year-old girl remained in critical condition with a brain injury and a 16-year-old girl had been upgraded to ...
  • Virginia man hospitalized day after Trump Tower escapade

    Virginia man hospitalized day after Trump Tower escapade

    USA

    The 21st floor just so happens to also be the Marc Fisher Footwear showroom. "The reason I climbed your tower was to get your attention", the man said. Donald Trump was at a rally in Abingdon, Va., during the incident. Police officers smashed windows in an attempt to block his progress earlier in the afternoon, the Associated Press reported .
  • Forecasters: Busy Atlantic hurricane season is more likely

    Forecasters: Busy Atlantic hurricane season is more likely

    USA

    Now, as the peak of the storm season approaches, experts expect a "70 percent chance of 12 to 17 named storms, of which five to eight are expected to become hurricanes". Two to four of those hurricanes are expected to be major hurricanes, which means Category 3 or above, containing wind speeds greater than 111 miles per hour.
  • Ex-New England mob boss arrested on charge he killed witness

    Ex-New England mob boss arrested on charge he killed witness

    USA

    Salemme's lawyer, Steve Boozang, denied that his client was trying to flee. The initial Salemme revelation came in the indictment in June of ex-La Costa Nostra gang member Robert P. He was arrested in CT. In court, Salemme agreed to a voluntary detention order and left in handcuffs. A document filed in court says Salemme is charged with the murder of a witness on May 10, 1993, but it does not name the witness.
  • Ex-Navy SEAL Eric Greitens wins Missouri governor primary

    USA

    The Republican field features Lt. Gov. Peter Kinder, former U.S. Attorney and Missouri House Speaker Catherine Hanaway, former Navy SEAL officer Eric Greitens and former Marine and businessman John Brunner. Koster, who once served as a Republican state senator, describes himself as a conservative Democrat. GOP candidate Josh Hawley also swept the county votes for Missouri attorney general, tallying 1,628 to edge Kurt Schaefer's 1,411.
  • Trump, Pence to appear at Evansville fundraiser

    Trump, Pence to appear at Evansville fundraiser

    USA

    A source with knowledge of the inner workings of the campaign says both Trump and Pence are expected to attend. "Mike Pence is a good Republican but unfortunately he will be associated with the controversies that have ensnared the Trump-Pence ticket and will be tied to whatever the consequences of this election are", Williams said.
  • Dozens of Protesters in Chicago Block Streets, Traffic

    Dozens of Protesters in Chicago Block Streets, Traffic

    USA

    But he's also working to prevent Chicago from becoming the latest flash point in the ongoing nationwide furor over police shootings of African-Americans. "The people have no expectation of justice or fairness from Chicago's system of mayor-appointed "oversight" (i.e. cover-up) of racist police murders".
  • Cincinnati officer shoots suspect Downtown

    Cincinnati officer shoots suspect Downtown

    USA

    Cincinnati officials were expected to provide an update Monday, although no briefing was scheduled immediately. Police said the slain man, Jawari Porter, was suspected of robbing a Cincinnati grocery store 20 minutes earlier, holding a knife on a security guard.
  • Delta Flights Grounded Worldwide by Computer Outage

    USA

    Paul airport at about 4 a.m. and learned about the delays only upon her arrival - when she found news crews gathered at the door. Monday morning, several flights are delayed at Will Rogers, including Delta 1147 that was set to arrive in Oklahoma City at 9:10 a.m.
  • Storm-Triggered Mudslides Kill Dozens Of People In Mexico Over The Weekend

    Storm-Triggered Mudslides Kill Dozens Of People In Mexico Over The Weekend

    USA

    The remnants of Hurricane Earl which crossed Mexico last week have formed into Tropical Storm Javier just off the Pacific coast of Mexico. Meteorologists have not said whether they think it will strengthen into a cyclone. He said rain amounts equivalent to an entire month of normal precipitation fell in one night in some areas. 10 people have died in Veracruz state, buried in landslides after intense rainfall and flooding struck the Gulf coast state after Earl crossed the Yucatan peninsula.
  • Trump to outline economic plan as he seeks to reverse slide

    Trump to outline economic plan as he seeks to reverse slide

    USA

    The billionaire said he would change the top rate tax proposal to 33 per cent from 25 per cent during a speech in Detroit about "economic renewal". Obama also called Trump "unfit" to be president. The latest CNN Poll of Polls shows Clinton beating Trump 49%-39% nationwide. Experts said his old plan would have increased the debt by as much as $10 trillion over the next decade.
  • Japan's Emperor indicates desire to abdicate in a televised address

    USA

    Some speculate that Akihito's abdication may be an attempt to put a brake on Prime Minister Shinzo Abe's plan to rewrite the constitution. "I am anxious that it may become hard for me to carry out my duties as the symbol of the state with my whole being as I have done until now", he said.
  • Clinton Leads Trump in Red State Georgia

    USA

    Hillary Clinton leads Donald Trump in a surprising new poll of Georgia, edging the Republican nominee 44% to 40% among registered voters in the deep red state. "You gotta get out and you gotta vote". Also , Friday Donald Trump announced his economic policy advisory team, said he would deliver an economic policy speech early next week, and endorsed US House of Representatives Speaker Paul Ryan who is seeking his 10th term in Congress.
  • Boy, 12, dies in Kansas on 'world's largest' water slide

    USA

    In a tweet , Chief Terry Zeigler called the death accidental. "I don't have all the details for you (media) at this time and we are working to get more details for you", says Winter Prosapio, Schlitterbahn Corporate Communications. Police have a public information officer on the scene to talk to the media about what happened. According to Kansas City Police, an apparent accident at Schillterbahn Water Park has claimed the life of a boy.
  • U.S. is at a 'moment of reckoning': Hillary Clinton

    U.S. is at a 'moment of reckoning': Hillary Clinton

    USA

    Her campaign has identified them as the "Donald Trump Park Avenue Collection" - four inches by six inches (about 10 cm X 15 cm) picture frames. An estimated 29.8 million people watched Thursday night on 10 broadcast and cable networks when Clinton became the first woman to accept a major US party's nomination for president, Nielsen said.
  • Some US companies see sales hit from Olympics

    Some US companies see sales hit from Olympics

    USA

    No problem. Just go to NBC's athlete bio page . Some of the NBC networks will also target specific events , with tennis primarily being aired on Bravo and golf events moving to the Golf Channel. Viacom Inc (VIAB.O), Netflix Inc (NFLX.O) and Discovery Channel all say they are bracing for a hit to ad sales or subscriptions during the Games, while Cheesecake Factory Inc (CAKE.O) and others cautioned the event could keep people out of restaurants.
  • Who Did JoJo Kick Off The Bachelorette Before Fantasy Suites

    USA

    Now that JoJo Fletcher has narrowed her field of 26 men down to her Final 2 on The Bachelorette , it's time to start the time-honored tradition of over-analyzing every aspect of the show to figure out the next Bachelor! Following a disastrous hometown date, Robby hopes to smooth things over with JoJo by professing his feelings for her.
  • Orlando mayor wants city to buy Pulse nightclub for memorial

    Orlando mayor wants city to buy Pulse nightclub for memorial

    USA

    The Orlando Sentinel (http://goo.gl/q4ou4v) reports that Mayor Buddy Dyer mentioned the city's interest during a radio interview that aired Wednesday. "It's sacred ground to her". Stacks of flowers, posters, crosses and other items still surround the building as a temporary tribute to the victims.
  • Physician Marshall ousts US Rep. Huelskamp in Kansas primary

    USA

    GOP leaders, under former Speaker John Boehner (R-Ohio), punished Huelskamp's upstart tendencies by throwing him off the Agriculture Committee - a major blow to his rural Kansas district. Back home, though, Huelskamp's absence from the Agriculture Committee sparked discontent in the farming-heavy district. According to Politico, some caucus members "are furious" Republican Speaker Paul Ryan did not do more to help Huelskamp, a conservative who helped drive John Boehner out of the speaker's ...