President Trump is rallying voters in Louisiana as residents go to the polls for Saturday’s gubernatorial election. The president took to Twitter Saturday morning, calling on Louisiana residents to get out and vote for Eddie Rispone to be the next governor.
Firefighters are still looking for students after a fire broke out in a student dorm in Bolton, England on Friday night. Videos showed flames quickly engulfing the building.
Britain’s Prince Andrew is breaking his silence on allegations linked to his relationship to Jeffrey Epstein. In a recent interview, the 59-year-old royal said staying at the home of the convicted sex offender was the wrong thing to do.
Former Trump campaign deputy manager Rick Gates is slated to be sentenced next month. Court documents released on Friday said Gates would be sentenced December 17th after he pleaded guilty to conspiracy and lying to investigators. He is facing up to six years in prison.
At least 15 citizens have been killed in the Democratic Republic of Congo by suspected Islamic militants. Local officials reported the Allied Democratic Forces– who are linked to ISIS — are likely behind Friday’s attack, which killed more than a dozen people.
A White House budget official is arriving to Capitol Hill to testify in the House’s ongoing impeachment inquiry. Behind closed doors on Saturday, Mark Sandy — who works in the Office of Management and Budget — is expected to discuss why the Trump administration decided to withhold $400 million of military aid to Ukraine.
Protesters in Venezuela continue to call for socialist President Nicolás Maduro to step down. On Saturday, supporters of opposition leader Juan Guaidó gathered in Caracas to show the Venezuelan government there is still support for a change in leadership.
Five people are dead following a shooting in Southern California. San Diego police said Saturday that two adults and three children were shot dead in an apparent murder-suicide.
Five people were arrested following a shooting at a high school football game in New Jersey. Police said the alleged gunman, 31-year-old Alvin Wyatt opened fire at Pleasantville High School Friday night.