Republican lawmakers schedule conference call while increasing amount of Republican leaders drop support for Donald Trump over his sexist comments.
The Associated Press
Many claim Bush, now a co-host of NBC News' 'Today, violated standards of journalism as well as civility after he and Donald Trump exchanged crass, caught-on-video remarks about women in 2005.
While Russia vetoed a French resolution to bring calm to Aleppo, France and other Western nations voted against a Russian resolution in 'one of the strangest spectacles' in Security Council.
France warns the continued bombing of the Syrian city is killing civilians and destroying hospitals and schools — 'and has nothing to do with combating terrorism.'
The three are said to be connected to a Syrian man suspected of planning an attack; top suspect still at large.
Move comes against the backdrop of a Russian-backed onslaught by the Syrian army on the rebel-held eastern part of Aleppo.
Two million people warned to flee inland to escape potentially catastrophic blow, 600,000 people left without electricity.
Hurricane Matthew Death Toll in Haiti Jumps to 339, as Florida Braces for 'Potentially Disastrous Impacts'
Numbers rise as rescue workers reach stricken areas; President Obama declares emergency in South Carolina, Florida. Florida governor says state ready, even as he called the storm a 'monster.'
Obama declares state of emergency, millions warned to board homes and flee inland to escape most powerful storm to threaten the Atlantic coast in over a decade.
The trial of 95-year-old Hubert Zafke, which finally got underway three weeks ago, was repeatedly postponed after judges ruled he was unfit.