Lincoln Chafee, a former US senator and Rhode Island governor who was a longtime Republican before switching to the Democratic Party, launched his 2016 presidential campaign on Wednesday. Chafee, 62, becomes the fourth major politician to join the Democratic nomination battle, insisting in a low-key foreign policy speech at a Virginia university where he announced his bid that he will be "waging peace" if he wins the White House. Chafee will be an underdog in the nomination race, which is led by frontrunner Hillary Clinton but also features liberal Senator Bernie Sanders and former Maryland governor Martin O'Malley, the political figure who reportedly pushed Chafee to switch political allegiances.
NEW YORK (AP) — The E! Entertainment network says its documentary series on the former Bruce Jenner premiering next month will be titled "I Am Cait," and it's showing a promo video for the series depicting her applying makeup.