Protest outside U.S. Senate debate at Dillard University
Protesters demonstrate outside of Dillard University's Georges Auditorium on Wednesday, November 2, 2016 where former Ku Klux Klan leader David Duke participated in a debate with other candidates for a U.S. Senate seat in New Orleans.
Obama's final speech to the public will continue a tradition set in 1796 when George Washington addressed the American people for the last time as president. It will be followed by a "family reunion" for alumni of Obama's former campaigns, according to a save-the-date sent to alumni.
Victims Struggle to Breathe After Aleppo Chemical Attack
More than 80 people were treated for suffocation after an alleged chlorine attack by the Assad regime in the Sukkari neighborhood of Aleppo on September 6th, according to the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights. (CNN)
Brexit: David Cameron resigns as UK votes to leave BBC News
Prime Minister David Cameron is to step down by October after the UK voted to leave the European Union. Mr Cameron made the announcement in a statement outside Downing Street after the final result was announced. He said he would attempt to "steady the ship" over the coming weeks and months but that "fresh leadership" was needed. (BBC News)
Afghan Taliban leader Likely Killed in U.S. Strike
Afghan Taliban leader Mullah Akhtar Mansour was likely killed in a U.S. military drone strike in Pakistan authorized by U.S. President Barack Obama, a U.S. official says, speaking on condition of anonymity. Mana Rabiee reports. (Reuters)
Mina Justice's 30-year-old son Eddie texted her from the Pulse nightclub when the shooting occurred. He said he ran into a bathroom with other patrons to hide and told her to call police. He then texted her: "He's coming, I'm gonna die."
Nightmares, Trauma Follow Victims Of North Miami Police Shooting
Charles Kinsey, who was shot by Florida police even as he had his hands up and attempted to de-escalate a misunderstanding with his autistic client, says that his encounter still constantly plays in his head.
Libertarian presidential candidate Gary Johnson asked, "what is Aleppo?" on MSNBC's Morning Joe. He later acknowledged that he "blanked," and said that he does understand the Syrian city's significance. (CNN)