After the promise of a forum to discuss race, policing, and violence with President Obama, some activists and community members wish ABC's televised 'town hall' could have been more.
For many establishment Republicans, the selection of a 'heart-and-soul' conservative as Trump's running mate is a vital step toward unifying the party.
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The president uses a nationally broadcast town hall meeting to frankly acknowledge that healing of America's race legacy extends well beyond the bounds of his presidency.
Police say they were drawn to the scene by the sounds of shots, but officers have yet to discover any intended victim, raising concerns that the shooter may have been trying to lure police to scene.
Obama took part in a town hall broadcast on television network ABC exploring the emotionally charged issues surrounding policing and racial discrimination in the United States.
Trump had planned to hold his first event with his yet-to-be-named running mate Friday morning in New York.