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Christie: Bridgegate Was Factor in Not Getting Running Mate

Christie: Bridgegate Was Factor in Not Getting Running Mate

The New Jersey Education Association called it a " frivolous legal challenge " and said the move was an attempt by Christie to divert attention from the Bridgegate scandal. Allowing the status quo to continue would be "criminal", Christie said. The Education Law Center, a Newark-based nonprofit that argued the Abbott cases, said it would seek to dismiss the governor's motion.



Philly shooting leaves officers, others wounded, suspect dead

The city's Police Commissioner, Richard Ross , said officers had found the note at the scene of the deadly rampage that police believe was written by the gunman, who has not been identified. Along the way, he also shot four civilians, killing a 25-year-old woman sitting in a auto, shooting her seven times in the torso after targeting her randomly, said CNN.



Bernie Sanders Says Donald Trump Won't 'Stand With Working People'

On Thursday, September 22, Chelsea Clinton will return to OH to campaign for Hillary Clinton. Bernie Sanders isn't shy about saying Donald Trump's campaign is involved in a "campaign of bigotry". Outrage from Sanders' supporters gripped the Democratic National Convention in July, where Clinton formally accepted the party's nomination for president.


One of two Fort Worth officers shot in critical condition

One of two Fort Worth officers shot in critical condition

Police returned fire, a standoff ensued and police later confirmed the unidentified suspect was dead. Officials say the shooter is still in the shed, although his/her condition is unknown. When officers arrived, they discovered a person dead from an apparent gunshot wound in the home. It was not clear what type of call the officers were responding to.


Clinton Seizes On Her Own Sick Days To Promote Paid Sick Leave

Clinton Seizes On Her Own Sick Days To Promote Paid Sick Leave

The Trump campaign spent weeks trying to turn Hillary Clinton's health into an issue. Less than two months before the election, Clinton may find that that describing half her opponent's backers as "deplorables" may hurt her - and energize white working-class voters in swing states such as Pennsylvania who were already leaning toward Trump.