Trump Proposes Drug Test Ahead Of Next Debate With Clinton

In alleging a widespread conspiracy, Trump assailed The New York Times in particular, noting its connection to Mexican billionaire Carlos Slim, a major shareholder in the media company. Lisa Bardack, with more information on the former secretary of state's health. Donald Trump's campaign is denouncing and severing ties with the chairman of the Ohio Republican Party, Matt Borges.

Early voting start brings queues of voters in some counties

Today marks the start of in-person early voting in Marion County. Officials are saying, the sooner you vote, the better - with about 4.7 million voters in IN and a strong turnout expected, it's good to take advantage of the early voting window.

Hurricane-level winds possible in Pacific Northwest

Total rainfall through Sunday could exceed a foot at high elevations and half a foot closer to sea level - which could lead to flooding in some areas. Also, you know a storm must have been bad when it has it's own Wikipedia page. Wind gusts could come at hurricane force and this is a delicate forecast coming together in the next 36 hours.

Florida Supreme Court Rules Death Penalty Convictions Must Be Unanimous

Florida Supreme Court Rules Death Penalty Convictions Must Be Unanimous

Florida juries must unanimously agree to impose the death penalty before a judge can impose it, the state's Supreme Court ruled Friday . The decision immediately puts Florida's death penalty sentencing law in limbo. During his trial, the jury was divided 7-5 over whether Hurst deserved the death penalty, but a judge imposed the sentence. "Our latest research has shown that that non-unanimous jury verdicts can lead to the conviction of persons with intellectual disabilities, mental ...

Tornado hits Manzanita on Oregon Coast

The Red Cross opened a shelter for victims at Calvary Bible Church. There are unconfirmed reports that at least 80 trees were knocked down. They said no injuries have been reported but residents said trees are down and some windows are blown out of homes.

Ginsburg: Sorry for criticizing Kaepernick anthem protest

Ginsburg: Sorry for criticizing Kaepernick anthem protest

The 83-year-old Ginsburg said her remarks about Kaepernick and others who have refused to stand for the anthem were "inappropriately harsh and dismissive". "It is disappointing to hear a Supreme Court justice call a protest against injustices and oppression "stupid, dumb " in reference to players doing that", Kaepernick told reporters Wednesday in the San Francisco locker room.