Trump On Clinton's Security: 'Her Bodyguards Should Drop All Weapons'

Take their guns away, O.K. It'll be very risky", the real estate mogul added. Our partners at write this week, "There is no evidence that Clinton or her 2008 campaign ever floated the theory ". Trump has made the point Pence described several times before, without causing an outcry. Mrs Clinton has called for tightening access to guns, including enacting universal background checks.

Nigel Farage bows out of UKIP after Brexit 'fairytale'

Volunteers on the party's ruling National Executive Committee had decided that Mr Hamilton was "great fun, therefore would be a great candidate", Mr Farage said, adding that he had no power to stop it. "I say "reunite", that's probably a bit unfair but we've had a very very hard time". "It is going to be because change is necessary and justified". She warned prime minister Theresa May that hers is the "opposition party in waiting".

Ford confirms small car production moving from US to Mexico

Ford makes its Fiesta subcompact in Mexico, but its Focus and C-Max small cars are made in suburban Detroit. Fiat Chrysler has also made similar moves, shifting vehicle production out of the order to focus on pickups and SUVs in its domestic automaking operations.

17 soldiers killed in Kashmir terror strike

The CPI (M) Central Committee, now in session here, asked Pakistan to stop aiding and abetting extremist forces, while strongly condemning the attack. India and Pakistan have fought two of their three wars since independence over Kashmir. "Perpetrators of Uri terror attack shall be punished...", Finance Minister Arun Jaitley said.

Owen Smith: 'Five days left to save the Labour Party'

In the speech, Mr Corbyn said the United Kingdom economy was "poised between two alternative futures" - one, offered by the Conservative government, "where the fast buck takes precedence", the other a "new, dynamic economy that breaks with the failures and injustice of the past".