Democratic presidential candidate Bernie Sanders said Sunday he won't endorse Hillary Clinton for president until they meet and he measures her commitment to battling Wall Street, wealth inequality and other priorities that powered his rogue presidential campaign.
"Back to the days when abortion was illegal, women had far fewer options and life for too many women and girls was limited".
"I will be meeting with Hillary Clinton, as I understand it, on Tuesday evening", Sanders said.
New concealed carry ruling won't affect Arizona
The New York-based gun control organization Everytown welcomed the decision as "a major victory for public safety". There are now more than 270,000 concealed weapons permit holders in Arizona, about 4 percent of state residents.
Donald Trump's social media prowess has been widely covered during the 2016 election, as the mogul's unabashed (and at times, unedited) use of the micro-blogging platform has allowed him to respond to rumors instantaneously, shape the media narrative, brand his opponents unforgettably, and engage with his millions of followers.
"Freedom of any kind means no one should be judged by their race or. the colour of their skin", he said.
"If we all come together in common effort, I'm convinced we won't just win in November, we will build on the progress that we've made and we will win a brighter future for this country that we love", he said. "It's more important than the money, folks".
Queen's birthday brings together 4 generations of royal family
The Queen has two birthdays - the official one is always held on a Saturday in June to make the most of the better weather. Queen Elizabeth II was born Elizabeth Alexandra Mary on April 21 1926 and so has already turned 90 years old.
Clinton for her part reminded her audience that Trump has advocated scrapping paid family leave, equal pay laws, threatened to defund Planned Parenthood and could appoint Supreme Court justices who want to strip abortion rights.
Ms Warren, a favourite of the party's progressives, is seen as a possible running mate for Mrs Clinton, who has previously said the United States may be ready for a two-woman ticket.
Vice President Joe Biden also signalled his support in a speech on Thursday, saying "God willing", the next president would be Clinton. She has previously said the US may be ready for a two-woman ticket this year and that she will focus on qualifications in her running-mate search. According to a recent Fox News poll, 64% of U.S. women hold an unfavourable view of Trump, compared to 49 % who dislike Clinton.
Solar-powered pilots awed by Statue of Liberty
The average speed is just 30 miles (48 kilometers) per hour, but the speed doubles when it becomes exposed completely to sunlight. Solar Impulse 2 was originally scheduled to arrive in New York Tuesday but the flight was postponed due to bad weather.
"I am ready to get into this fight and to work my heart out for Hillary Clinton and to make sure that Donald Trump doesn't get anywhere near the White House", Warren said.