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Paul Ryan just not ready to support Donald Trump
House Speaker Paul Ryan said Thursday that he is not ready to support presumptive Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump. In an appearance on CNNs The Lead with Jake Tapper, Ryan said he wants to support his partys nominee, but that he simply cannot do so just yet.
Prince had painkiller Percocet in his system : reports
Prince also had a dangerously low red blood cell count, indicating he had been ill, Minneapolis ABC affiliate KSTP-TV said, citing two unnamed law enforcement officials. A spokeswoman for the local medical examiners office that conducted a post-mortem examination of Prince declined to confirm the reports. The cause of Princes death remained undetermined.
Air strikes on Syria displaced camp kill 28 as Aleppo truce holds
Air strikes killed at least 28 civilians Thursday in a camp for the displaced in northern Syria near the Turkish border as a 48-hour ceasefire took hold in Aleppo. The truce came after fierce violence in and around Aleppo and was made possible as President Bashar al-Assad's regime and rebel forces gave in to mounting diplomatic pressure for a pause.
Ben Sasse: U.S. deserves better than Trump or Clinton
Ben Sasse speaks at the American Conservative Union 2016 annual conference in Maryland on March 3, 2016. In a lengthy open letter late Wednesday night, Sen. Ben Sasse, R-Neb., gave voice to the countless Americans who feel frustrated with their likely options for the next commander in chief. If you are one of those rare souls who genuinely believe Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump are honorable people if they are the role models you want for your kids then this letter is not for you, he wrote.
Hillary Clinton wont call Donald Trump a bigot but her campaign will
In a preview of what could be a six-month-long political tap dance, the Democratic frontrunner is choosing her words about the likely Republican nominee carefully. Her campaign, on the other hand, is not holding back.Thu, 05 May 2016 10:20:40 -0400
One law firm, two sets of clients: Donald Trump, and the refugees he wants to deport
Michigan Gov. Rick Snyder on Flint boos: I appreciate people being angry and frustrated
A day after being nearly booed off the stage while introducing President Obama at a high school in Flint, Mich., Gov. Rick Snyder says hes not stepping down over his offices role in the water crisis there: My view is, you dont walk away.Thu, 05 May 2016 12:23:37 -0400
Four rescued six days after Kenya building collapse
Clinton has the map on her side, but history working against her
Hillary Clinton makes a stop at the Lincoln Square pancake house in Indianapolis on May 1. If you want to experience the full-on contempt of the leftist intelligentsia right now, go on social media and suggest, as I did this week, that Donald Trump isnt certain to get crushed in November. The way a lot of partisan Democrats see it, Hillary Clinton despite a loss to Bernie Sanders in Indiana Tuesday will soon lock down her partys nomination, and the only way she finds herself even threatened by Trump is if the media decides to legitimize him so we all have something to talk about.
US bans sale of e-cigarettes to those under 18
The United States Thursday issued a sweeping ban on sales of e-cigarettes, cigars, pipe tobacco and hookahs to those under 18, marking the first time these products have been federally regulated. The ban will go into effect in 90 days, according to the US Food and Drug Administration, which issued the final rule after several years of study and debate. Until now, the marketplace for tobacco products outside of traditional cigarettes has been like "the wild, wild west," said Mitch Zeller, director of the FDA's Center for Tobacco Products.