Donald Trump or Bernie Sanders? Some Voters Can’t Decide:
Bernie Sanders isn’t only competing for supporters with Hillary Clinton in the heated final days of the New Hampshire presidential primary race. His campaign is also going after some voters weighing a candidate not even running for the Democratic nomination: Donald Trump.
Because independents can register as “undeclared” in New Hampshire and then vote in either party’s primary, the Vermont senator’s campaign has noted some of these voters are wavering between Sanders and Trump.
Sanders’ team has even prepared a script as part of their literature for volunteers who encounter voters who say both Trump and Sanders’ “outsider” status appeals to them.
Train Collision In Germany Injures Dozens, Unknown Number Of Fatalities:
Two trains collided Tuesday morning in southern Germany, the South Bavarian Police said. There are fatalities, but the number of dead so far is unknown. The trains were traveling between Holzkirchen and Rosenheim in the state of Bavaria.
Up to 100 are injured, eight critically, according to police.
The reason for the crash is not yet known and rescue workers are at the scene.
NFL Bans Players Convicted of Sexual Assault, Domestic Violence From Combine:
The NFL informed teams of a policy change for the NFL Scouting Combine “in a memo from the NFL’s executive vice president of football operations Troy Vincent late last month,” per Lindsay H. Jones of USA Today.
Jones provided the details Monday: “The NFL will no longer allow players with convictions for domestic violence, sexual assault or weapons offenses to attend the annual scouting combine in Indianapolis.”
“Invited prospects would be barred from ‘any league-related event’ if a background check turns up a felony or misdemeanor conviction,” Jones noted. “Players that refuse to submit to a background check will also be uninvited.”
Those players would also not be invited to the draft.