Day: November 2, 2016

US election: The state that defines the American divide

Source: BBC By Katty KayPresenter, BBC World News Derwin Gray won’t say which way he is voting. The charismatic, former NFL-playing pastor of Transformation Church doesn’t want to upset the carefully choreographed racial balance of his evangelical congregation in Charlotte, North Carolina. But as an African-American man, he sympathises with black […]

FBI Releases 17-Year-Old Records From a Bill Clinton Presidential Pardon Investigation

Source: Time By Stephen Braun (WASHINGTON) — Only days before the presidential election, the FBI released a 17-year-old archive of documents from a long-closed investigation into Bill Clinton’s presidential pardon of a fugitive financier, prompting questions from Hillary Clinton’s presidential campaign about its timing. The release comes amid the bureau’s controversially […]