Donald Trump's presidential campaign warned the Republican Party on Tuesday about donors pooling funds for attack ads, saying Republicans must treat him fairly if they want to keep him from launching an independent bid.
Trump lawyer Michael Cohen told CNN that if Republican donors backing different presidential candidates come together for an anti-Trump advertising campaign, it would be a "bad, bad decision."
The terrorist attacks in Paris have dramatically changed the outlook and focus of Saturday night's Democratic presidential debate. The debate, beginning at 9 pm ET and airing on CBS, will take place in the shadow of Friday's attacks, which killed at least 129 and left 352 others wounded according to French authorities. "Last night's attacks are a tragic example of the kind of challenges American presidents face in today's world and we intend to ask the candidates how they would confront the evolving threat of terrorism," said CBS News Washington Bureau Chief Chris Isham.
Russian president Vladimir Putin plays an exhibition hockey game with retired NHL players on Saturday and scores eight goals. Putin's team won 18-6, with most of the 62-year-old president's goals coming on assists from NHL stars Pavel Bure and Valeri Kamensky. Three of the remaining goals were scored by Russia's defence minister
U.S. Rep. Alan Grayson, D-Orlando, will file an ethics complaint against House Majority Leader Kevin McCarthy after he suggested that the Benghazi select committee was launched in an effort to hurt Hillary Clinton's campaign for president.
Grayson told the Miami Herald Tuesday about his plans to file the complaint Wednesday with the Office of Congressional Ethics. His complaint also names U.S. Rep. Harold "Trey" Gowdy of South Carolina, the chair of the Benghazi panel.
McCarthy of California has been under fire by Democrats since he said on Fox News Sept 29:
"Everybody thought Hillary Clinton was unbeatable, right? But we put together a Benghazi special committee, a select committee. What are her numbers today? Her numbers are dropping. Why? Because she's untrustable."
Air France workers "stormed" the company's headquarters at Charles de Gaulle Airport near Paris after it threatened to cut 2,900 jobs, interrupting a meeting with union representatives and ripping executives' clothes off. Per AFP, the protests/attacks were a response to the company's threat to cut 2,900 jobs, which itself was a response to pilots' refusal to accept longer flying hours: "The airline is struggling in the face of fierce competition from global rivals and had tried to convince pilots, who earn up to $280,000 a year, to fly 100 more hours annually for the same salary." read more