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Search for living, dead: Louisiana fights back from flooding

This time it is a much different scenario. Obama is scheduled to visit the wreckage in Louisiana next Tuesday . It was reported yesterday that President Obama will not leave his vacation early in order to meet with victims of the recent Louisiana flooding.


Trump pitches black voters: 'What the hell do you have to lose?'

Trump pitches black voters: 'What the hell do you have to lose?'

An hour before Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump took the stage at the Summit Sports and Ice Complex in Dimondale, the crowd swayed and enjoyed back-to-back loudspeaker playings of "You Can't Always Get What You Want" by The Rolling Stones.



Com to Shut Down Next Week

It hasn't finalized plans for what will happen to its archives, but its employees will be transferred to positions within Gawker Media or Univision's other properties. The popular website began life as a blog in NY started by Nick Denton and Elizabeth Spiers. Now, according to The Wall Street Journal , Univision has moved to shut down Gawker Media's flagship site (and, it should be noted, the source of the lawsuit that ultimately crippled the company), Gawker .


Responding to Trump, here's where Clinton says she stands on guns

Responding to Trump, here's where Clinton says she stands on guns

Naturally, the Post's "Fact Checker" rushed to Clinton's defense, calling the statement a " false claim " and further editorializing that her "public positions on gun control are far less extreme than suggested by the ad". If Hillary Clinton is elected president, the Second Amendment would be in peril and should be a worry to all law-abiding gun owners. "When it comes to keeping Americans safe , I want to keep you safe in your own communities and your homes from gun violence".


Rocked By Sexual Harassment Scandals, UC Berkeley Head Resigns

Rocked By Sexual Harassment Scandals, UC Berkeley Head Resigns

Linda Katehi offered her resignation August 9, saying that she would return to teaching and emphasizing that the investigation had cleared her of accusations involving nepotism, travel expenses and retaliatory practices. In July 2015, UC Berkeley's law school dean, Sujit Choudhry , was given a one-year salary cut of 10 percent and mandatory coaching on workplace behavior for allegedly making unwelcome advances toward his assistant.