Pressuring Trump, Clinton releases 2015 tax returns

Meanwhile, Democrats have happily filled the void with speculation that Mr Trump is not giving as much to charity as he claims, is not as wealthy as he has made out, is trying to hide embarrassing business connections at home or overseas.

1 of 2 skydivers killed was first-time jumper

Bill Dause, owner of the Lodi Parachute Center, told reporters that the other victim was an instructor with an experience of 700 jumps. But Dause said he believed the group saw the entire video, as it plays repeatedly at the centre. Dause says he doesn't know what went wrong with the parachute but that it looked like "something went out of sequence" and caused the tragic deaths.

Ichiro Suzuki triples for Major League Baseball hit No. 3000

The Marlins and Rockies would both trade runs in the latter innings, but Miami would stay ahead and prevail with a 10-7 victory. A fan holds up a homemade sign for Miami Marlins' Ichiro Suzuki before the first inning of a baseball game against the Colorado Rockies, Sunday, Aug.

Ellicott City Flooding Photos: 'It's Total Devastation'

The bodies of two people, a man and a woman, were found in the aftermath, one in the river, officials said. Cars, he said, "were like napkins blowing in the wind". A third caller described how the flooding was sending dozens of cars down the street. He allowed business owners to take their first tour of the commercial district, which suffered tens of millions of dollars of damage.

In reversal, Trump says IS claim about Obama was sarcastic

In reversal, Trump says IS claim about Obama was sarcastic

After Hewitt asked if Trump meant that the Obama's administration's policies in the Middle East had created a vacuum that gave rise to ISIS , Trump insisted that his statement was literal. Trump , a NY businessman who has never held elected office, has been mired in repeated controversies in recent days. Almost one-fifth of registered Republicans now want Trump to drop out of the race for the White House, according to a Reuters/Ipsos poll released on Wednesday.

Washington Monument closed again after elevator gets stuck

Washington Monument closed again after elevator gets stuck

About 10:10 p.m., Fox 5 DC reported the workers had been freed, adding that between 50-60 visitors were taking the stairs down. Then on Sunday , one National Park Service employee was inside when the elevator became stuck at the 490-foot level.