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This is what Hillary Clinton thinks matters to families

This is what Hillary Clinton thinks matters to families

And, as one teenage girl pointed out at a Hillary Clinton event Tuesday, his rhetoric is having a measurable impact on young women's self-esteem. "A person who's flat-chested ... Though Clinton herself has somehow avoided being the subject of Trump's image-obsessed insults, she's certainly not immune to the sexism. Hillary Clinton avoids uncomfortable questions like she avoids crucifixes and holy water, and has been known to go for months without holding official press conferences, so ...



Millions may be skipping help with insurance bills

On his updated page, Trump contrasts his plans with Clinton's, saying that she will continue to build on a failing Obamacare. Undoing what was done in 2010 would involve either repealing things that people like - like the ban on lifetime caps, and exclusions for pre-existing conditions - or moving toward something people don't like, such as heftier mandates or government providing health care directly.



WikiLeaks' Assange promises leaks on US election, Google

ET. Instead, with more than three weeks left in October, Mr Assange promised leaks of "significant material" on war, arms, oil, internet giant Google, mass surveillance - and the U.S. On the eve of the US Democratic Party convention in July, WikiLeaks published some 20,000 internal emails pointing at an apparent bias of its leaders for Clinton during the primary campaign.


President Obama to campaign for Clinton in North Carolina

President Obama to campaign for Clinton in North Carolina

Clinton and Trump will have two minutes to respond to each question, as well as an additional minute to answer any follow-up questions from the moderators. I think that President Obama should apologize for Obamacare". One of the voters' problems is they don't like either major candidate. "We had a guy in the room oscillating the mic".



Bay Area officials not taking chances with clown-related threats

Although she and Kathy Cannon enjoy clowning around, lately their smiles have turned into frowns by social media posts of scary clowns threatening to come after people. "We are taking steps to ensure these threats are not credible and that there isn't a risk to the public", said Officer Matthew McPhail of the Sacramento Police Department.


Trump still insists exonerated 'Central Park Five' are guilty

Trump still insists exonerated 'Central Park Five' are guilty

Donald Trump - who nearly three decades ago made a veiled call for the execution of the now-exonerated suspects in the Central Park jogger case - waded back into the fray of the 27-year-old crime, reiterating his suggestion the men were "guilty" and calling a settlement reached with the city "outrageous".