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Opposing you is a moral decision, not political: HONY's Brandon Stanton pens open letter to Donald Trump

Mar 15, 2016

Opposing you is a moral decision, not political: HONY's Brandon Stanton pens open letter to Donald Trump

Brandon Stanton, a photographer known widely for his portraits — on the humans of New York and their everyday inspiring stories, on Monday wrote a scathing open letter to Donald Trump on his Facebook timeline. #Donald Trump #Presidential elections #Humans of New York #Shareworthy #HONY #MakeDonaldDrumpfAgain #Brandon Stanton
'India, China still polluting at historic levels': Rubio shifts blame in Republican presidential debate

Mar 11, 2016

'India, China still polluting at historic levels': Rubio shifts blame in Republican presidential debate

India and China would still be continuing at historic levels, leading Republican presidential candidate Marco Rubio said on Thursday night. #India #China #climate change #NewsTracker #TheySaidIt #Renewable energy #USA #Republican candidate #Presidential elections #Rubio #Marco Rubio
Inside job? Alarmed Republican party leadership seeks to stop the Trump juggernaut

Mar 03, 2016

Inside job? Alarmed Republican party leadership seeks to stop the Trump juggernaut

: A day after Super Tuesday polls, the Republican party leadership appeared to have ganged up against real estate magnate Donald Trump, who has won 10 of 11 state primaries so far, in a last ditch effort to prevent him from becoming the nominee for the November presidential poll. #Donald Trump #America #NewsTracker #Republicans #Presidential elections #Super Tuesday #Ted Cruz #Marco Rubio #Iowa Caucus #Republican leadership
Winds of change: Ahead of Infantino's election, Fifa approves major reforms to end corruption

Feb 27, 2016

Winds of change: Ahead of Infantino's election, Fifa approves major reforms to end corruption

Fifa members on Friday approved major reforms aiming to end corruption scandals ahead of voting for a new president who faces a mountainous task boosting the image of football's governing body. #football #FIFA #Reforms #SportsTracker #Presidential elections #FIFA Corruption Scandal #FIFA Congress
Cruz and Rubio lead verbal assault on Trump, accuse him of hypocrisy on immigration

Feb 26, 2016

Cruz and Rubio lead verbal assault on Trump, accuse him of hypocrisy on immigration

Rivals Ted Cruz and Marco Rubio mounted a furious assault against Donald Trump in Thursday's Republican presidential primary debate, blasting the front-runner for hiring foreigners and challenging his commitment to conservative principles. #Donald Trump #America #NewsTracker #Presidential elections #Ted Cruz #Trump #Carson #Marco Rubio #Republican presidential debate
Fifa reduces Blatter, Platini bans to six years, but maintains they were guilty of ethics breach

Feb 25, 2016

Fifa reduces Blatter, Platini bans to six years, but maintains they were guilty of ethics breach

A Fifa appeal committee on Wednesday reduced bans against Sepp Blatter and Michel Platini to six years but maintained they were still guilty of ethics breaches. #football #FIFA #Sepp Blatter #KickingAround #UEFA #Michel Platini #Presidential elections #Prince Ali #Appeal committee #Fifa ban
Women in Islamic countries like wearing burqas as they don't need to wear make-up: Trump

Oct 27, 2015

Women in Islamic countries like wearing burqas as they don't need to wear make-up: Trump

In yet another controversial jibe, Republican presidential front-runner Donald Trump has said women in the Islamic world like wearing burqas because it is easier as they do not have to wear makeup. #Donald Trump #US #TheySaidIt #Presidential elections #Burqa #Republican
More Republicans see Donald Trump as their best bet: Poll

Sep 16, 2015

More Republicans see Donald Trump as their best bet: Poll

As rival Republican presidential candidates looked for ways of combating a surging Donald Trump, a new poll suggested that party supporters increasingly think he was their best bet for the 2016 presidential race. #Donald Trump #NewsTracker #Republicans #Poll #Presidential elections #Republican #2016 elections
Bobby Jindal criticises Obama, Hillary over gay marriage views

Jun 29, 2015

Bobby Jindal criticises Obama, Hillary over gay marriage views

Indian-American Louisiana governor Bobby Jindal has lashed out at US President Barack Obama and Democratic presidential aspirant Hillary Clinton for their views on same sex marriage, alleging that they evolved their views based on opinion polls. #Governor #Bobby Jindal #NewsTracker #Washington #Louisiana #Presidential elections #Gay Marriage #Indian-American #Republican #2016 elections