Hillary Clinton accepted the Democratic nomination for president Thursday night with “humility, determination and boundless confidence in America’s promise,” saying “America is once again at a moment of reckoning.”
Turns out the State Department already has some of them. The FBI found them during its investigation of Clinton’s email use and turned some of them over to the State Department a week ago. State Department spokesman John Kirby says his staff has begun reviewing them for possible release.
Department of Corrections takes action after an internal investigation into the death of a drug dog. Secretary John Wetzel removed both Totti’s handler and his supervisor from their positions with the Drug Interdiction Unit. Totti, a yellow Lab, died after being left in a hot car after a training session.
With a little help from Katy Perry, Kareem Abdul-Jabbar, Carole King, a slew of other celebrity friends — and daughter Chelsea Clinton — Hillary Clinton became the first woman to become a major party’s presidential nominee. Oh, and “God,” — aka Morgan Freeman, was there in spirit, too.
Trump has yet to grasp that words, especially those from an aspiring world leader, can have serious consequences at home and abroad, presidential and political scholars say. And, they say, that’s pretty worrisome. Here are some of the reasons why.
The motion came a week after U.S. District Judge Eduardo Robreno ruled that Andrea Constand’s cooperation in the investigation last year that led to Cosby’s arrest did not violate a nondisclosure provision both had signed as part of a 2006 settlement.
In a study published Thursday in Scientific Reports, researchers found that astronauts who went to the moon were almost five times more likely to die of cardiovascular disease than astronauts who remained in low-Earth orbit on the International Space Station.
The final night of the Democratic National Convention on Thursday featured heavy representation from the Palmetto State, with U.S. Rep Jim Clyburn, South Carolina Democratic Party Chairman Jaime Harrison and former state Rep. Bakari Sellers making the case for Hillary Clinton just hours before she stood on stage herself.
A full two-thirds of Republicans said Melania Trump’s use of passages from an earlier Michelle Obama speech didn’t bother them at all, while only 7 percent of Democrats said the same thing. It was the opposite for those who said it mattered “a lot”: two-thirds of Democrats responded that way, while just 13 percent of Republicans did.
“She was such a Charlotte icon that when I would pick her up and take her out to dinner, we would walk into a restaurant and I felt like a ’50s movie star. ... They’d say, ‘That’s the bicycle lady.’ Your spine would straighten up a little bit, that’s how famous she was,” said Lisa Hand of Virginia Ann Jetton, who died earlier this month at 73.
Indonesia executed four people convicted of drug crimes on Friday despite international protests and said it would decide later when as many as 10 others who got an unexpected reprieve are put to death.
Area Dairy Queen locations are celebrating their ninth annual Miracle Treat Day by donating proceeds from every Blizzard sold Thursday, July 28 to the Children's Miracle Network at Midtown Medical Center. Several pageant contestants and Columbus Cottonmouth mascot Boomer joined in, helping serve the frosty treats and then delivering them to patients at the Children's Hospital at Midtown Medical Center.
Sales of Blizzards at Dairy Queen benefit Children's Miracle Network at Midtown Medical Center
Don’t take heat danger lightly: a few tips for helping someone with heat-related illness.
Christmas in July for area agencies courtesy Kinetic Credit Union
Back to School 2016:Volunteers stuff backpacks for United Way's Stuff the Bus campaign