Morning Brief: October 14
Morning Brief: October 14 [Donkey Hotey, flickr]
Last night five candidates duked it out during the first televised Democratic debate for the 2016 presidential election. But according to political analysts the two most relevant candidates were Senator Bernie Sanders and former Secretary of State Mrs. Hillary Clinton, the former of whom is said to have come out on top. According to a Fox News focus group Mr. Sanders was described by potential voters as "straightforward, confident and sincere." With that being said, Mrs. Clinton was unflappable for most of the night and showcased her experience through her precision in tackling the issues.
Need to Know
Obama Rethinks Pulling Troops out of Afghanistan [NY Times]
NYC Skyscraper Builders are Cheated on Wages [DailyNews]
Candidates Spar in Last Night's Debate [ABC]
No More Nudes for Playboy [Fox]
Aunt Loses Lawsuit Against Nephew Over a Hug [Daily News]
Cold and cloudy start to the day, but it'll clear up with temps reaching 70 degrees, lows will dip to 50 tonight [Full Forecast]
Mets lost to the LA Dodgers 3-1
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Today In History
Today in 1890, President Dwight D. Eisenhower was born.