Round-Up Friday: Week of October 31-November 4

Hillary Clinton Indictment “Possible”

After last week’s news that the FBI would re-open the investigation into Hillary Clinton’s e-mail scandal, recent news has been released that there is a chance that this investigation could ultimately lead to indictment. According to the transcripts recorded in the article from the news piece, it was stated “I pressed again and again on this very issue… The investigations will continue, there is a lot of evidence. And barring some obstruction in some way, they believe they will continue to likely an indictment.”


40 million tune in to watch the Chicago Cubs win first World Series title in 108 years

Wednesday night saw a World Series that will go down in history, after the Chicago Cubs won their first title in nearly 108 years against the Cleveland Indians. The game was one of the most popular World Series events to date, with a record of 40 million viewers having tuned in to watch the historic game take place. The game was finished with a score of 8-7.


Intel Warning of possible Al-Qaeda attack on Monday in the U.S.

In the last days before the election, it has been revealed to CBS News investigative producer Pat Milton that “U.S. intelligence has alerted joint terrorism task forces that al Qaeda could be planning attacks in three states for Monday. The source highlights that Virginia, New York and Texas as the potential targets, but no specific locations have been aforementioned.


Voters express new Disgust over U.S. Politics in New Times/CBS Poll

In a new poll given to American voters, it has been found that a new number of voters expressed disgust with U.S. politics. According to the article written by the New York Times, it states that “In a grim preview of the discontent that may cloud at least the outset of the next president’s term, Hillary Clinton and Donald J. Trump are seen by a majority of voters as unlikely to bring the country back together after this bitter election season.” With the grim outlook on the election, next week’s events are sure to be interesting.