Hillary Clinton back on track as Trump goes shy on health

She later announced that she had been diagnosed with pneumonia days earlier. Trump's team took a swipe at Clinton's brief absence from the campaign trail in a statement accompanying the new health information. He also appeared on a U.S. medical chat show, which aired on Thursday, to discuss his health. Before releasing the new details to the public, Trump turned over a copy to Dr.

Paul Ryan, Ivanka Trump Hold Private Meeting in NY

But according to a senior Republican aide, Ryan's meeting with Ivanka Trump , which was first reported by Politico , went well. Ryan was in town to address a luncheon at the Economic Club of NY. Donald Trump Jr. and Eric Trump still do not have their own protection, as of the latest information. After Trump became the presumptive nominee, Ryan publicly hesitated to endorse him, saying he needed time to decide.

United States to increase refugee intake in 2017

Last month, the Department of State announced that the USA had already accepted 10,000 Syrian refugees , reaching the imposed goal for the current fiscal year. Secretary of State John Kerry had previously suggested that the US target would climb to 100,000 in the coming year, but that the figure was a floor, not a ceiling.

Rosberg takes Singapore GP pole ahead of Ricciardo

Ferrari's Kimi Raikkonen qualified fifth but teammate Sebastian Vettel starts last after his auto had an anti-roll bar failure in the Q1 session. Raikkonen slotted into third on 1m43.540s, 0.25s off Hamilton , but two tenths clear of Ricciardo and Verstappen.

Pipeline shutdown in Alabama could send gas prices higher

It's not that supplies are endangered but Colonial does expect supplies to be disrupted for a few more days while crews fix the line-break. Colonial Pipeline begins in Houston, Texas and ends in Linden, New Jersey, traversing 11 other states along the way.

Hermine kills 2, ruins beach weekends in northward march

Hermine kills 2, ruins beach weekends in northward march

Tropical Storm force winds, greater than 39 miles per hour, will spread northward on Sunday and last into Monday and possibly part of Tuesday. Officials said storm surges would be "accompanied by large and unsafe waves", and they warned of the possibility of "life-threatening inundation" from Virginia to CT.