(Reuters) – His uncle worried he was cooped up in his room too much. The few images of him easily found online suggest he had a fascination with white supremacy. And for his birthday this year, his father bought the young man a pistol, the uncle said.
Dylann Roof, 21, was arrested on Thursday on suspicion of having fatally shot nine people at a historic African-American church in South Carolina on Wednesday.
NEW YORK (Reuters) – Presidential candidate Hillary Clinton promised on Saturday to fight for a fairer society for ordinary Americans, staking out a place on the left to cut off any budding challenge for the Democratic nomination.
In the first major rally of her campaign for the November 2016 presidential election, Clinton touched on many of the issues that energize liberal Democrats. She highlighted her support for gay marriage, women’s rights, income equality, clean energy and regulating Wall Street.
NEW YORK – The excitement of Hillary Clinton’s first campaign rally began the night before for Billy Freeland, a 28-year-old New Yorker who just graduated law school, when he mildly antagonized Clinton’s campaign manager.
NEW YORK (Reuters) – Democratic front-runner Hillary Clinton pledged on Saturday to help working Americans reap the rewards of their hard work, as she staged the first major rally of her 2016 White House campaign.
Casting herself as a fighter for ordinary Americans, Clinton promised to “make the economy work for everyday Americans, not just those at the top.”
NEW YORK (Reuters) – Democratic front-runner Hillary Clinton stages the first big rally of her presidential campaign on Saturday, trying to cast herself as a fighter for ordinary Americans and build a clearer case for why she wants to lead the country.
Running to be the first female president, Clinton will trumpet her record on women’s rights and talk about her mother’s tough upbringing in a speech to thousands of supporters on New York’s Roosevelt Island.
DENVER, Co., – Presiding over a two-day meeting of the Clinton Global Initiative, Bill Clinton, for the most part made only the most fleeting references to his wife’s run for the White House. Still, the former president allowed himself a couple of oblique, comic nods on Wednesday to some of the more unflattering headlines that have greeted Hillary Clinton’s campaign.
DENVER (Reuters) – Bill Clinton said on Wednesday he would no longer give paid speeches if his wife, Hillary Clinton, is elected U.S. president.
Republicans and media commentators have criticized both Clintons for earning millions of dollars from paid speeches, saying the practice raises the possibility of conflicts of interest.
DENVER (Reuters) – Bill Clinton gave one of his lengthiest rebuttals yet on Wednesday of allegations that his wife Hillary Clinton, now running for president, gave favorable treatment to donors to the family’s charities while she was U.S. secretary of state.
The former U.S. president also used the interviews at a conference organized by the Clinton Foundation to speak with emotional candor about their marriage and the role he might play should the couple return to the White House in 2017.
It has become a recurrent moment in Hillary Clinton’s speeches as she campaigns for the presidency: softening her voice to a hush, she says she wants to end the “quiet epidemic” of Americans dying from overdoses of painkillers and other drugs.
NEW YORK, June 7 (Reuters) – It has become a recurrent
moment in Hillary Clinton’s speeches as she campaigns for the
presidency: softening her voice to a hush, she says she wants to
end the “quiet epidemic” of Americans dying from overdoses of
painkillers and other drugs.
Often, she remarks how surprised she is to find herself
discussing the problem, which is now among the leading causes of
injury death in the United States. Prescription painkiller
overdoses alone kill an average of 44 people each day according
to the federal government. Several of her rivals for the
presidency have said they plan to do something about it if
elected in November 2016.