Clinton, Michelle Obama make first joint campaign appearance in bid for women's support
By Jeff Mason WINSTON SALEM, N.C. (Reuters) - U.S. Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton made her first joint campaign appearance on Thursday with one of her most powerful supporters, first lady Michelle Obama, at a North Carolina rally to urge young people and women to vote. Clinton, a former first lady who lost the 2008 Democratic nomination to then-U.S. Senator Barack Obama before becoming his secretary of state, praised Michelle Obama for standing up for the rights of girls and women worldwide, drawing a sharp contrast with Republican nominee Donald Trump. ... But indeed, dignity and respect for women and girls is also on the ballot in this election," Clinton told a crowd of about 11,000.
Man charged in Wisconsin crash that killed 3 Uber passengersMILWAUKEE (AP) ? A man accused of running a red light and slamming his SUV into a car, killing three passengers and injuring their Uber driver, has been charged with a dozen felonies including reckless homicide.
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GOP TV ad backing Republican congressman criticizes Trump
WASHINGTON (AP) ? In a remarkable slap at their own presidential nominee, Republicans are running a TV ad in Chicago that touts a GOP congressman's independence by showing him saying Donald Trump "has disqualified himself."
Suspect arrested in destruction of Trump's Hollywood star
LOS ANGELES (AP) ? Los Angeles police arrested a man suspected of using a sledgehammer to destroy Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump's star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame, officials said Thursday.
Jury rules in favor of ex-Penn State assistant coach in his defamation case, awarding him over $7 million in damagesBELLEFONTE, Pa. (AP) ? Jury rules in favor of ex-Penn State assistant coach in his defamation case, awarding him over $7 million in damages.
Parole considered for Charles Manson's 'right-hand man'
SACRAMENTO, Calif. (AP) ? California parole officials were considering Thursday whether Charles "Tex" Watson, the self-described right-hand man of murderous cult leader Charles Manson, should be released from prison 47 years after he helped plan and carry out the slayings of pregnant actress Sharon Tate and six other people.