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Ark. on May 5 Singer Tony Orlando (right) performed Left: Danny Johnston; Right: Matt Sullivan—Getty Images Republican presidential candidate and former New York Governor George Pataki (C) greets supporters after formally announcing his candidacy for the 2016 Republican presidential nomination in Exeter NH on May 28 2015 Dominick Reuter—Reuters Former Rhode Island Sen Lincoln Chafee announces his candidacy for the democratic presidential nomination at George Mason University in Arlington Va on June 3 2015 Win McNamee—Getty Images Republican Senator Lindsey Graham announces his 2016 presidential candidacy in Central SC on June 1 2015 Erik S Lesser—EPA Former Maryland Governor Martin O’Malley is joined by his wife Katie O’Malley (R) as he announces his intention to seek the Democratic presidential nomination during a speech at Federal Hill Park in Baltimore on May 30 2015 Jim Bourg—Reuters Former Texas governor Rick Perry announces his candidacy for Republican presidential nominee at an 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NJ on June 30 2015 Brendan McDermid—Reuters Wisconsin Governor Scott Walker greets supporters after announcing that he will seek the Republican nomination for president in Waukesha Wis on July 13 2015 Scott Olson—Getty Images Ohio Governor John Kasich arrives on stage to formally announce his campaign for the 2016 Republican presidential nomination during a kickoff rally in Columbus Ohio on July 21 2015 Aaron P Bernstein—Reuters 1 of 19 Advertisement That personal kind of attack is a Trump signature Earlier Trump took to Instagram as he sought to paint himself as the victim of political correctness run amok On the popular photo-sharing website and app he posted an image of a hand-written note from popular Univision anchor Jorge Ramos requesting an interview even after his network cut business ties Trumps picture of the note captured Ramos personal cellular phone number Trump later followed up with a tweet: "Please send me your new number your old ones not working Sincerely Donald J Trump" Republicans were left shaking their heads Here was a figure whose hair was a punchline and who hosted a reality show in which his signature line was "Youre fired" (NBC and Trump both agreed he would not appear on the upcoming season of "The Apprentice" if he moved forward with a White House run) Yet he is still polling ahead of all other rivals except former Florida Gov Jeb Bush in two New Hampshire surveys If the polls stay where they are Trump could be on-stage when the GOP field meets for its first debate in Cleveland in Augustwhile sitting Senators Governors and former CEOs are left out Where other candidates would have shown contrition or tried to move on here was Trump continuing to trumpet his opposition to Mexican immigrants MORE: The GOPs First Big 2016 Test: Fitting Candidates on the Debate Stage Then again Trump is not the typical candidate His antics drew this headline on the conservative Breitbartcom: "Dear GOP: Trumps Fearless War With Univision Only Increases His 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unconscionable that Trump was being compared to someone being described as a white supremacist who sought to start a race war Ciruana said he should not have posted the photograph “Apology not accepted” Trump said in a statement “I call for his resignation as president of Univision" Trump promised the photo post would be part of his ever-growing lawsuit against Univisionas he made his way through interviews with conservative news organizations such as Fox News and The Daily Caller "Univision apologized to me but I will not accept their apology I will be suing them for a lot of money" he wrote on Twitter Read Next: Trump Launches Presidential Campaign With Empty Flair Write to Philip Elliott at [email protected] is launching a new feature that will make it easier to revisit posts from other users Instagrammers will begin seeing a bookmark icon underneath posts in their feeds the company announced Wednesday Tapping the icon will add that photo or video to a private tab in their profiles The account that shared the post will not be able to tell if it’s been saved The update will be released on Wednesday for iOS and Android and in the coming weeks for Windows 10 devices Instagram which is owned by Facebook is highlighting the new feature as an ideal tool for those who use its app to keep track of new ideas not just to follow their friends making it a more viable alternative to Pinterest “When you stumble upon a funny video you want to remember a new outfit you like or even inspiration for an upcoming vacation you can now keep track of favorite posts right from your profile” the company wrote in a blog post announcing the feature Instagram has added other capabilities to its app over the past several months to help it take on social media rivals like Snapchat In November users were given the ability to send disappearing photos and videos to followers and just last week they got the option to turn off comments and remove followers Contact us at [email protected] past year was marked by monumental elections that ushered in new political regimes in countries like the India and Tunisia and solidified or extended others in places like Egypt Brazil and Japan The year 2015 is shaping up to be a respite from the chaos of democracy with the electorate of some of the worlds largest countries sitting on the sidelines But a spate of political developments has infused global importance into elections around the world and prompted two previously unexpected votes in Greece and Israel that will have major repercussions for their respective regions Heres a look at what to expect: United States Three of the five largest cities are electing their mayors this year In Chicago former Obama adviser Rahm Emanuel is running for reelection in February and holds a strong lead in polls In Houston the biennial vote in November will select a successor to Democratic Mayor Annise Parker who has reached her term limit It will be a similar situation in Philadelphia where Democratic Mayor Michael Nutter cant run for a third term Meanwhile Kentucky Louisiana and Mississippi are electing governors in November including replacements for Kentuckys Democratic Gov Steve Beshear and Louisianas Republican Gov Bobby Jindal both of whom have reached their term limits Greece The Greek Parliaments refusal to elect Prime Minister Antonis Samarass choice for president earlier this week triggered snap general elections set for January 25 Opinion polls have placed the radical leftist opposition party Syriza in the lead raising the prospect of an anti-bailout government that could move to default on its massive debt and prompt a new eurozone crisis Nigeria A stumbling economy and a persistent Islamist insurgency in the north have drained some public support for President Goodluck Jonathan in office since 2010 and the vote on Feb 14 is expected to be close Jonathan will go up against Muhammadu Buhari a former military ruler campaigning on a platform of security and anti-corruption But the biggest determinant of who becomes the leader of Africas biggest economy may fall along ethnic and regional lines: Buhari is a Muslim northerner while Jonathan is a Christian from the south Israel Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu disbanded his already tenuous centrist coalition in early December and called for early general elections set for March 17 expecting to win a new mandate for himself and a more right-leaning government But polls show that a new left-leaning coalition could beat Netanyahus Likud party though the incumbent could stay in power if he successfully forms a coalition with rightist parties Sudan The April 13 election is all but likely to ensure that President Omar Hassan al-Bashir wanted on genocide charges by the International Criminal Court will extend his 25-year rule even as violence continues between Khartoum and rebel groups in Darfur and elsewhere Britain The United Kingdom is heading for what may be the closest election in a generationand the first since a divisive vote in Scotland to remain part of the 307-year-old Unionas the Labour party seeks to unseat Prime Minister David Cameron and his Conservative party in elections slated for early May The rest of the European Union will be closely watching this vote as Cameron has promised a referendum on EU membership in 2017 while Ed Milibrand head of Labour has rejected the idea Argentina President Cristina Fernandez de Kirchner has drawn some public support for her obstinate stance against US investors and US courts who are demanding Argentina repay $13 billion in debt plus interest But the skirmish has scared off investors and helped put longterm economic growth largely on hold until the dispute is resolved or as is likely a more market friendly president takes office following elections in October As for Fernandez her tenure is up after reaching her two-term limit Canada Prime Minister Stephen Harpers Conservative Party has seen an uptick in support in recent days putting it ahead of the Liberal party But his partys support took a hit this year and hes far from guaranteed a win in elections in 2015 currently slated for Oct 19 His biggest rival will likely be Justin Trudeau head of the Liberal Party and son of long-serving Premier Pierre Trudeau Burkina Faso In the wake of longtime President Blaise Compaorés ouster amid mass protests the interim leadership agreed to hold new elections in November If that plan holds the Burkinabé people will select a government not headed by Compaoré for the first time since he seized power in 1983 Spain The nascent anti-establishment party Podemos has skyrocketed in popularity and is now competitive with the two stalwarts in a country still burdened by an economic crisis (unemployment stands at around 24 percent) Prime Minister Mariano Rajoy of the right-leaning Popular Party is already under pressure from an empowered Catalan independence movement and the populist movement does not augur well for him in next years elections which must take place on or before Dec 20 But hes hoping that economic reforms and early indications of a recovery will boost his standing Myanmar The vote in late 2015 could mark a significant step in Myanmars heralded-but-stumbling process of political reform but thats not certain Though the elections will be the first since a semi-civilian government assumed power after half-a-century of military rule the military is still highly influential and key constitutional reforms called for by the opposition are unlikely to pass ahead of the vote Among them is a measure to repeal a law that prevents opposition leader and Nobel Laureate Aung San Suu Kyi from running For now Shwe Mann the speaker of parliament and a retired general is the front-runner Write to Noah Rayman at [email protected] who has ever dreamed of following in Marty McFly’s hover-steps will be one step closer come Aug 5 That’s the day when Lexus says it will unveil its new hoverboard dubbed the Slide In preparation for the launch the luxury vehicle division of Toyota has come up with a trailer complete with professional skateboarder Ross McGouran and loving pictures of the steam-emitting made-from-bamboo hoverboard You can view the video on the company’s official site or watch the short teaser below In mid-June Lexus confirmed details of a project that has spanned the last 18 months involving teams in Germany and London according to Gizmodo The hoverboard utilizes magnetic levitation to achieve the magical above-the-ground effect with liquid nitrogen and permanent magnets combining to make the high-tech gadget made famous in Back to the Future come true However fans who are hoping to take a ride on the Slide will probably have to wait much longer There’s no word on whether the hoverboard will go on sale if ever and it only works on metallic surfaces according to Engadget That means you’ll have to take more conventional transportation to parties that will be celebrating the 30th anniversary of Back to the Future on Oct 21 Contact us at [email protected] Lucasfilm Lucas on set filming the opening scene of Star Wars: Episode IV – A New Hope. an Independent who considered his own presidential bid.

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