Oct 19, 2016, 3:41 pm EST
Chris Wallace will be the moderator at the third presidential debate.
The man who will keep Democratic candidate Hillary Clinton and Republican candidate Donald Trump from jumping on each other’s throats is a veteran news man. The third debate will take place at the University of Nevada in Las Vegas on Wednesday. Read
Oct 18, 2016, 1:32 pm EST
If you’re wondering when is the 3rd presidential debate, then it is sneaking up quicker than you think.
The 3rd presidential debate between Republican candidate Donald Trump and Democratic candidate Hillary Clinton will take place on Oct. 19, which is tomorrow, at 9:00 p.m. Eastern Time. The debate will last for 90 minutes and there will be six segments that will last for 15 minutes each.
The 3rd presidential debate won’t have a town hall and will instead use the same format as the first presidential debate. It will be held at the University of Nevada, Las Vegas and will cover a variety of topics. This will likely include sexual assault accusations against Donald Trump from various women and Wikileak emails concerning Hillary Clinton. Read
Oct 17, 2016, 4:31 pm EST
WikiLeaks has gone on social media to discuss Julian Assange’s current situation.
The whistleblower’s access to the Internet has been “severed” by an unidentified “state party,” the website noted. The move came after three cryptic messages from WikiLeaks were sent, mentioning Ecuador, Secretary of State John Kerry and the United Kingdom’s Foreign Commonwealth Office.
“We have activated the appropriate contingency plans,” WikiLeaks tweeted. Assange has been in London’s Ecuador Embassy for more than four years to avoid extradition that would likely land him espionage charges. Read
Oct 14, 2016, 12:13 pm EST
President Barack Obama has eased restrictions on Cuban cigars and rum.
President Obama used an executive order to allow Americans travelling to Cuba to bring home more of the country’s goods. This includes up to 100 or 200 cigars and a liter of alcohol. More can be also be brought from the country, but it requires travelers to pay duties on the products.
While this will make it easier for Americans to obtain Cuban cigars and rum, it doesn’t mean they can expect them to become common. President Obama’s order only applies to cigars and rum bought for personal use. Commercial importing of the products is still banned. Read
Oct 12, 2016, 2:22 pm EST
More Hillary WikiLeaks emails are here and they reveal plenty about the presidential candidate’s ideas.
Source: Gage Skidmore via Flickr
Secretary Clinton immediately got flak from Donald Trump for the way in which she handled the issue. Here are 8 things to know about the Hillary WikiLeaks emails:
Some of her people allegedly warned the Department of Justice about some of the content that would be leaked ahead of time.
She wants a free market with open trade and open borders, regarding the hemisphere, longitude or latitude.
Bill Clinton scored a huge win in New Hampshire when he first ran for president in 1992, but the news of Hillary potentially losing that state in February was hard for him to take.
Hillary did not express that she did not want the Keystone pipeline to pass, but her speechwriters were looking for a way to convey this delicately.
Clinton feels comfortable with the media as evidenced in a conversation with the New York Times, which noted the peculiarity of same-sex rights advancing faster than women’s rights.
She expressed early on that she was hoping the Republican candidate she would take down would be Trump.
Hillary is not looking to revolutionize the country the way Trump is–she simply wants to make it better.
Clinton and her people were talking about ways to take down Sanders’ policies and stances.
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Oct 11, 2016, 1:23 pm EST
Right-Wing conservative Glenn Beck has called Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton a “moral, ethical choice.”
While this may sound like Glenn Beck is announcing his support for Hillary Clinton, this isn’t the case. Beck used those words when talking about why someone would chose not to vote for Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump.
Here’s what Glenn Beck said in his Facebook Inc (NASDAQ:FB) post on the matter. Read