Rep. Debbie Dingell, D-Mich., joins Yahoo News Editor in Chief Daniel Klaidman and Chief Investigative Correspondent Michael Isikoff to discuss what she sees as the most important issue for undecided voters in the 2020 presidential election: law enforcement. Dingell tells the "Skullduggery" hosts that she sees major divisions and concerns among her constituents when it comes to law enforcement and police reform, similar to the way trade issues played out in the 2016 election.
Mrs Clinton called Donald Trump and Mr Johnson 'blowhards' and warned people about embracing their 'authoritarian' policies.
In mid-April, before Joe Biden entered the race, Yahoo News interviewed a random sample of people as they walked through Washington Square Park — in Manhattan’s Greenwich Village, near New York University — asking them to identify photographs of the Democratic candidates and testing them on the pronunciation of their names.
Produced by Mark Seman & Anthony Kane On Dec. 11, 2018, "Skullduggery" spoke with Randy Credico, a crucial figure in the recent Roger Stone indictment, to discuss his connection with Roger Stone, Julian Assange and how he anticipates the special counsel’s report to unfold.
Here's what you need to know about the suspected explosive devices that were sent by mail to several high-profile individuals and CNN on Wednesday and Thursday.
The device was discovered early on Wednesday morning at the Clintons' home in Chappaqua, New York.
When she was finally unveiled as the next president of the United States, Hillary Clinton was going to be dressed in suffragette white and stood atop a stage depicting a smashed glass ceiling. Instead, like some nightmare sequence in a late season episode of the West Wing, Donald Trump took the White House. Theresa May made it back to Downing Street with the help of the DUP.
The one-time presidential hopeful said that the “whole world should be concerned” by Trump, who pulled off a shock win against he in the US election last year.
On what was expected to be a quiet Friday morning last fall, the two U.S. presidential candidates were readying to square off in a Sunday night debate. Suddenly, the dizzying release of bombshell after bombshell over a 64-hour timespan would completely upend the entire weekend — and the American political landscape. Yahoo News offers firsthand accounts of these three pivotal days and paints a vivid picture of the behind-the-scenes drama that unfolded inside Trump Tower, the Clinton campaign, the Washington Post newsroom and the debate site in St. Louis.
Sheet1 Explore A firsthand account of the political drama that unfolded, Oct. 7-9, 2016, during the 2016 election, from the release of the infamous “Access Hollywood” tape to the second presidential debate — and everything in between.
Hillary Clinton opened up about her failed presidential campaign, how she handled losing to a reality TV star, and what <em>that </em>night was really like when she went in expecting to be the first female American president. SEE ALSO: Hillary Clinton calls Donald Trump 'a creep' in election memoir In a <em>CBS Sunday Morning</em> interview with anchor Jane Pauley (Clinton taped the segment Friday at her New York home), Clinton looked back at the past 10 months and shared some inside perspective of the campaign against Donald Trump. Since the election, and with a book coming out this week detailing about what happened, Clinton made clear in the Sunday interview that she's done running for public office. "I am done being a candidate," she said. But she's not done with politics, she assured. Clinton talked about the night and days after she lost. Late on election night after realizing this was not going as expected, she called Trump to concede and then she called President Obama. "I felt like I had let everybody down," she said. After an unexpected loss, she admits that she hadn't prepared for this scenario. "I had not drafted a concession speech," she said with a sad chuckle. "I had been working on a victory speech." As to how she dealt with the huge political blow, she cleaned, took plenty of long walks in the woods, and discovered the benefits of yogic breathing. "Off I went into a frenzy of closet cleaning and long walks in the woods, and playing with my dogs, and yoga — alternative nostril breathing, which I highly recommend — trying to calm myself down. And, you know, my fair share of chardonnay." Despite the jokes about how she coped, she admits she really struggled: "I couldn't feel, I couldn't think. I was just gobsmacked, wiped out." Looking back at the election, Clinton again called Trump a creep and talked about practice sessions to train for Trump "scowling and leering" at her at the second debate — right after the "grab them by the pussy" <em>Access Hollywood</em> tapes leaked. After staying relatively quiet about her personal take on the campaign, with the book coming out now we're hearing a lot more of the details straight from Clinton. The interview is embedded above. WATCH: Hillary Clinton wanted to 'curl up' at home after the election
Don Jr., der Sohn von Donald Trump, steht in der Kritik. Nun stellte sein Vater sich an seine Seite. Doch dessen Kompliment für den Sprössling ging nach hinten los. Das Internet macht sich jetzt über die Wortwahl von Donald Trump lustig.
Donald Trump’s ‘covfefe’ tweet set the world alight yesterday, with everyone trying to work out what the bizarre rambling actually meant. It turns out some people actually DO know the meaning of the word – according to President Trump’s press secretary, Sean Spicer. After replying “no”, Spicer was asked again: “Why did it stay up so long?
Hillary Clinton has launched an incendiary attack on Donald Trump, claiming that he colluded with Russian efforts to stop her from winning the US Presidency. Speaking at a tech conference in California’s Silicon Valley, the former Secretary of State received huge applause as she made a series of stark claims – including her belief that the ‘vast majority’ of news about her on Facebook was fake.
Bruce Springsteen joined longtime collaborator Joe Grushecky on the track, which was written after Donald Trump took office in January.
Hillary Clinton telephoned Barack Obama and told him, ‘I’m sorry’, after losing the US presidential election to Donald Trump, a new book has revealed. The events surrounding the collapse of Mrs Clinton’s bid for the White House last November are detailed in an upcoming book, Shattered: Inside Hillary Clinton’s Doomed Election Campaign. Extracts from the book appeared in a review published in the Washington Post, and reveal that Mr Obama told Mrs Clinton when it was time to concede to Mr Trump.
Rep. Joaquin Castro, member of the House Intelligence Committee, spoke to Yahoo Global News Anchor Katie Couric about what he learned from his questioning of FBI Director James Comey and NSA Director Michael Rogers on the Hill on Monday. He also discussed his questions about the uncorroborated dossier on Trump leaked by a former British intelligence officer.
Rep. Joaquin Castro, member of the House Intelligence Committee, spoke to Yahoo Global News Anchor Katie Couric about what he learned from his questioning of FBI Director James Comey and NSA Director Michael Rogers on the Hill on Monday. Couric asked Castro why Comey last year did not disclose the FBI's probe into Donald Trump's campaign but discussed Hillary Clinton’s investigation.
Donald Trump being schooled on Twitter is nothing new but now he has been left burned by an extremely high-powered official. Ranking Democratic congressman Adam Schiff tweeted a scathing response to the President when he declared the hearings into his administration’s tied with Russia as “fake news”. Refusing to take the now-standard phrase used by Trump to criticise unflattering news reports, Schiff tweeted back: “Mr. President, the Russians hacked our election and interfered.
FBI director James Comey has publicly confirmed for the first time that the agency has been investigating possible links between Donald Trump’s election team and Russia’s efforts to interfere in the 2016 US election. Mr Comey said the investigation includes the nature of any links between individuals associated with Mr Trump‘s campaign and the Russian government, and whether there was any co-ordination between Russian efforts and the campaign. The investigation will also look at whether crimes were committed.
Be bold for change.The message of this year’s International Women’s Day is a call to action for men and women across the world to stand up for women’s rights and to bring about the end of gender inequality.And these empowering quotes from iconic women are the perfect inspiration to do just that.Some are funny, some serious, some controversial. They were spoken by politicians and popstars, activists and actors.What they all have in common is that they came from the lips of people who have passionately fought for the rights of women – and will inspire you to do the same.
As President Trump continues to signal that he’d like to have closer ties with Russia, Yahoo Global News Anchor Katie Couric takes a look at the pros and cons of changing that relationship.