The archive of all headlines from August 16, 2016, organized by time of publication.
Donald J. Trump described the fight against global Islamic terrorism in stark terms, invoking comparisons to the dangers of the Cold War era. He called for major changes in how the U.S. defines its allies, urged an end to “nation building” and said only those who accept a “tolerant” view of American society would be admitted into the country.
Trump vows a new era of ideological testing of immigrants — ensuring they share American values — as he attempts to recast his ban on Muslims entering the country.Trump's campaign chairman fights back against report detailing pro-Russian payment ledgers
Trump vows a new era of ideological testing of immigrants — ensuring they share American values — as he attempts to recast his ban on Muslims entering the country.Donald Trump will be the nominee of two parties on California's November ballot
Residents were just beginning to recover from a deadly series of wildfires that destroyed more than a thousand homes last year when a firestorm this weekend blazed a new path of destruction and despair through the rural pocket of Northern California.California wildfires destroy homes and force hundreds to evacuate
Donald J. Trump argued that the United States must wage an unrelenting ideological fight to defeat the Islamic State.He also said he would temporarily suspend immigration from “the most dangerous and volatile regions of the world” and change how America defines its allies.