This week, Ted Cruz choose a running mate, former House Speaker Dennis Hastert was given a prison sentence and Caitlyn Jenner used a presidential candidate's bathroom.
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Rice was fatally shot by a police officer while holding a pellet gun outside a recreation center in Cleveland.
After exiting the women’s bathroom, Jenner thanked the candidate and called out Ted Cruz’s support of HB2, the controversial North Carolina law, saying, “By the way Ted, nobody got molested.”
According to the Baltimore police spokesman, the man is in serious but stable condition and “expected to survive.”
“It is unusual to make the announcement as early as we are doing so now. Well I think all would acknowledge that this race, if anything, is unusual,” Cruz said at a rally to announce his VP pick in Indianapolis.
Hastert, 74, was accused of abusing four boys between the ages of 14 and 17 when he was a coach decades ago at Yorkville High School in Illinois.
Sanders spokesman Michael Briggs told NBC News that the layoffs are part of a “right-sizing” in light of the dwindling number of remaining primary contests.
“I have Democrat friends and Republican friends. I get along with almost everyone, but I have never worked with a more miserable son of a bitch in my life,” Boehner said, according to The Stanford Daily.
Doctors Without Borders stated that at least three of the eight doctors working at the hospital in Aleppo, Syria were killed in Wednesday night’s attack.
“This is the latest step in the comprehensive investigation into the horrific attacks in San Bernardino last year that took the lives of 14 innocent Americans and deeply affected so many more,” U.S. Attorney Eileen M. Decker said in a statement.
There were no major injuries, the Orange County Sheriff’s Department said, adding that the crowd had dispersed by 11 p.m. local time.