The race to find a new Speaker of the House, a rivalry between two fantasy football giants, and some major trolling between presidential candidates made this a week defined by competition.
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MSNBC's Ari Melber said some are questioning whether the candidate took a stance on the situation “early enough to matter” or if “he was just trying to ride the news cycle.”
Clinton said that she was trying to give the GOP candidates “some help so they understand what it is to make these hard choices when you’re sitting there and you’re facing them.”
An inadvertent exposure of wheat to gluten-free labeled cereal triggered the recall.
Dolezal has consistently professed that her appearance is “not a costume” and told NBC News that she is “definitely not white.”
The show premiered on Friday to a packed theater in Mexico City.
The prize was announced at a press conference held at the Norwegian Nobel institute in Oslo.
The powerful display was in response to the mass shooting at Umpqua Community College, which pushed gun control into the national spotlight once again.
Both DraftKings and FanDual have permanently banned employees from playing in fantasy contests.
The only two cars to fall were the engine car and the car that held the conductor, who was not severely injured.