Suspected explosive devices mailed to the homes of both Barack Obama and Hillary Clinton have been intercepted by the Secret Service, as CNN reports. The Secret Service says it “has intercepted two suspicious packages addressed to Secret Service protectees.” As the day has progressed, more suspicious packages sent to notable figures have been found, the intended recipients/offices now including Maxine Waters and Kamala Harris. Continue reading Explosives and Suspicious Packages Sent to Hillary Clinton, Barack Obama, CNN, Numerous Others
Hillary Clinton’s Brooklyn campaign office had to be evacuated on Friday night after what a white, powdery substance was found inside a letter addressed to the campaign. The office is on the 11th floor of 1 Pierrepont Place, in Brooklyn Heights.
LeBron James made headlines away from basketball this past weekend when he voiced his support for Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton. And while celebrity endorsements rarely sway voters one way or the other, the King’s could actually have a pretty big impact in Ohio, an important swing state in the 2016 election.
Hillary Clinton forced Donald Trump onto defense over his temperament, refusal to release his taxes and his past comments about race and women during a fiery debut presidential debate Monday — a potentially pivotal moment in a tight election campaign.
In January of 1937, the Gallup Poll, then in its second year of existence, posed this question: “Would you vote for a woman for president if she was qualified in every other respect?”
Sixty-four percent of Americans said no, 33 percent said yes, and 3 percent had no opinion on the matter.
Yesterday the presidential candidates filed their latest fundraising reports. Amidst all the boredom there are one or two LOL-worthy gems, particularly this little detail: Hillary Clinton‘s campaign, which supports the only presidential candidate who can hit a respectable Nae Nae, apparently stopped by Jay Z’s 40/40 Club and dropped a whopping 15 racks.