“The country is depending on Indiana to bring some sober common sense,” Cruz told reporters in Indianapolis, “instead of going down a rash course of action that is endangering this country.”
The front-runner and his two rivals pitch their campaigns from the stage and in behind-the-scenes cajoling at the GOP convention outside San Francisco, with Trump and Ohio Gov. John Kasich appearing Friday and Texas Sen. Ted Cruz and his new running mate, Carly Fiorina, up Saturday.
In midtown Manhattan, Clinton said she supports the expansion of Eagle Academies, which help thwart the “school-to-prison pipeline” for many boys of color.
“Some of the (phone and email) messages called me names. Some of them called Hillary names. And others said I was a stupid bitch and something bad will happen to me,” said Schumacher, a Democratic committee member. “It’s kind of hard to take sometimes.”
“The vast majority of police officers are shaken,” Suhr said. “The expectations have never been higher, so when officers do something like this, the disappointment can’t be greater.”
“I was shocked, overwhelmed. I cried,” Dove said in an interview Thursday. “It’s amazing.”
“He had disturbing views towards race,” objected Assemblyman Luis Alejo, D-Watsonville, leading off a 20-minute debate.
No criminal charges have been leveled against U.S. military personnel for mistakes that resulted in last’s year’s attack on the civilian hospital in Afghanistan operated by the medical charity Doctors Without Borders. The group has called the attack a war crime.