MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) – From Melania Trump publicly defending Donald against the sexual assault allegations to the release of the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame nominees for 2017, here is a look at the top stories from Oct. 18, 2016.

Trump Doubles-Down On Rigged Elections, Clinton Emails

Donald Trump is campaigning in Colorado Tuesday, a day ahead of his third and final debate against Hillary Clinton.

Trump doubled-down on rigged election claims Monday as his wife, Melania, publicly defended him against sexual assault allegations for the first time. Trump also seized on newly-released documents that show a top State Department official tried to get the FBI to reclassify an email from Clinton’s private server.

US Policing Leader: Police Should Apologize To Minority Communities

Police should apologize to minority communities in order to rebuild trust with the public. That’s the message from Chief Terrence Cunningham, the President of the International Association of Chiefs of Police.

He said past injustices have created mistrust between communities of color and police.

While the group acknowledges and apologizes for those actions, Cunningham said today’s officers are not to blame for the past.

NASA Launches Rocket To ISS

More than 5,000 pounds of food, equipment and other supplies are on the way to the International Space Station.

NASA successfully launched a rocket, along with the cargo, from Wallop’s Island, Virginia Monday.

The model malfunctioned after liftoff two years ago, resulting in a devastating explosion.

Rock & Roll Hall Of Fame 2017 Nominees Listed

The Rock & Roll Hall of Fame in Cleveland will unveil its nominees for 2017 induction Tuesday morning.

Inductees will be determined by votes from more than 600 artists, historians and music-industry professionals.

The list will be announced in December and the induction ceremony will be in April.

  1. Concerned about this says:

    How about minority communities apologize for sucking off the government with nothing in return and disrespecting anyone that they ‘think’ looked at them wrong.

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