While experts denounce Donald Trump’s apocalyptic portrayal of a country beset by violence and fear as exaggerated, they acknowledge that there are many in America who respond emotionally to high-profile police shootings, Islamic jihadist attacks or killings by police of unarmed men – especially when they receive unprecedented attention not just on television, but also in today’s world of social media.
Republicans aren’t the only ones dealing with a unity issue. Some of the Southern Illinois delegates headed to this week’s Democratic National Convention aren’t exactly sold on Hillary Clinton, the party’s presumptive presidential candidate.
Cristian Garcia, a walk-on linebacker with the UF football team, was one of two witnesses who separated the man from the victim, police say. Garcia was a former standout at Belen Jesuit Preparatory School.
While the federal Affordable Care Act means more people have insurance, one health care administrator explained, “What is missing in the process is that you have coverage that only kicks in at a certain level.”
WikiLeaks posted almost 20,000 emails sent or received by a handful of top committee officials. While WikiLeaks did not reveal its source, the committee said last month that Russian hackers had penetrated its computer system.
The founding president of Fort Gondo Compound for the Arts on Cherokee st in St. Louis is working on making the 1800 block of State St. into a cultural hotspot with galleries, artist lofts and venues for music, lectures and performance art known as GCADD.
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Donald Trump accepts the Republican presidential nomination