The side of President Obama's Trump speech that you didn't see President Barack Obama made his first public remarks on Donald Trump ‘s presidential win during a brief speech held Wednesday in the White House Rose Garden. And while viewers around the world tuned in to watch the president speak, a photo courtesy of Washington Post staff writer David Nakamura shows a side of Obama’s speech that viewers didn’t see.
Senior Trump adviser tells CNN: 'It will take a miracle for us to win' CNN’s Senior White House Correspondent Jim Acosta reported Tuesday night that a senior adviser to Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump said, “It will take a miracle for us to win.” The senior adviser from Trump’s inner circle went on to say that the billionaire businessman was “in such a deep hole after the release of the Access Hollywood tape, it was viewed inside the campaign that he was going to lose by a wide margin.” Related: Trump’s must-win states However Acosta went on to say the fact that Trump was able to close the gap over the last few weeks was seen as a major positive inside the campaign.
New Delhi under dangerous cloud of smog The worst air pollution in New Delhi in nearly 20 years is aggravated by smoke from burning crop residue in surrounding states, a practice that’s technically illegal. But traffic pollution is the main culprit, plus fireworks from a recent festival, construction dust and cold weather over the last two weeks. All pushing polluting air particle levels to up to thirty times the safe levels set by the World Health Organization
10 hidden ways elections cost Americans big time There is no shortage of reporting on the vast amounts of money candidates raise and spend during campaigns, including the enormous sums poured into elections by corporations, unions, special interest groups, and wealthy donors. But another, less heavily publicized source of spending is taxpayer money. Here are 10 things the average person may not know their hard-earned dollars are buying.
Meghan Markle spotted for first time since Prince Harry romance rumors — See the pic! Meghan Markle has officially resurfaced! After avoiding the public eye ever since news broke that she was reportedly dating Prince Harry last month, the Suits actress was spotted leaving her home in Toronto, Canada, on Wednesday. WATCH: Prince Harry Made a Secret Visit to Girlfriend Meghan Markle in Toronto Dressed in a black coat, sunglasses and beanie, the brunette beauty was all smiles as photographers captured her heading back to the set of the American drama series for a night shoot. SOLO via ZUMA Press Earlier this month, royal expert Katie Nicholl told ET that the 32-year-old prince is “very into Meghan.” “It’s a bit of a whirlwind romance,” Nicholl continued
Bill Simmons' HBO show 'Any Given Wednesday' has been canceled after 17 episodes Bill Simmons’ HBO talk show “Any Given Wednesday” has been cancelled, according to a statement from HBO. The final episode will be on November 9. The show was one of Simmons’ big projects since leaving ESPN — his new website, The Ringer, is the other — but has had poor ratings since it began airing in June.
MARK CUBAN: I'd 'rather lose every penny' than have Trump as president Billionaire businessman Mark Cuban doesn’t care if his staunch anti- Donald Trump stance costs him every penny he has. Cuban, the owner of the NBA’s Dallas Mavericks and star of ABC’s “Shark Tank,” told NBC Sports Radio in an interview this week that helping ensure Trump does not win the presidency might cost him some fans. And he’s fine with that.
Is this 2016's hottest holiday toy? A new toy has hatched — just in time for the holidays.
Adopted boy, 11, mows lawns all summer to buy tombstone for father he never knew This North Dakota boy never had the chance to meet his biological father , but he still wanted the chance to honor his memory in a meaningful way. By mowing lawns all summer, 11-year-old Brandon Bakke of Fargo was able to save up enough money to purchase a tombstone for his late father’s grave. Read: 9-Year-Old Boy Opens Lemonade Stand to Help Foster Parents Pay His Adoption Fees “That was his way of connecting with his dad,” his mother Brenda Bakke told InsideEdition.com.
Neighborhood outraged by KKK fliers found in driveways Madison, Ala. (WHNT) — Some Madison homeowners are outraged after the Ku Klux Klan left fliers in their driveway. The hate group is trying to encourage people to go vote in the election.