The Horse Race: Hillary Clinton is slipping and Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders is gaining ground in the Democratic race for president in Iowa. Sanders is just seven points behind Clinton, who now leads 37 to 30 percent in the Des Moines Register/Bloomberg poll. Clinton has lost a third of her support since May, according to the poll.
Bomber Bust: Police in Bangkok have arrested a 28-year-old foreigner believed to be responsible for a bombing two weeks ago at the Erawan Shrine that killed 20 people. Police said they found bomb making materials and 10 passports in the man’s apartment. The suspect is refusing to cooperate, police said.
Sanders told ABC News, “I think the gains that we are seeing, and the enthusiasm and the huge crowds that we are seeing, this is not anti-Hillary Clinton. This is pro-Bernie Sanders and pro a message that says enough is enough. This country and our government belong to all of...
On the Republican side, retired neurosurgeon Ben Carson is now leading Donald Trump, according to the Iowa poll.Read more
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Heavy Weather: Tropical storm Erika is weakening as it heads to Florida after causing the death of 20 people in Dominica. Florida Gov. Rick Scott declared a state of emergency in preparation. In Dominica, Prime Minister Roosevelt Skerrit said in …Read more
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It's Been Said
"The verdict today sends a very dangerous message in Egypt. It sends a message that journalists can be locked up for simply doing their job, for telling the truth and reporting the news. And it sends a dangerous message that there are judges in Egypt who will allow their courts to become instruments of political repression and propaganda."
-Human rights lawyer Amal Clooney on the sentencing of three Al Jazeera journalists to three years in prison.