Hillary Clinton Slams Trump’s Foreign Policy as 'Dangerously Incoherent'

When SpaceX and Tesla Motors CEO Elon Musk spoke at the Code Conference this week, he said some interesting things: that humans may all be cyborgs in an elaborate computer simulation, and that we’ll travel to Mars by 2024. Will we also get our hyperloop soon? Then, academic success depends a lot on the school, and like it or not, the American public education does not serve all students the same. Wealthy districts are nearly always more successful than poor districts. Author Paul Tough talks about what can be done to help kids succeed in both rich and poor schools alike. And, Danish director Susanne Bier speaks to us about her six-part mini series The Night Manager, how shooting it was like making one giant film, and why she likes directing action flicks. And finally, Hillary Clinton made a forceful case in a foreign policy speech Thursday that Donald Trump is more than unqualified to be Commander in Chief, calling his foreign policy platform ‘dangerously incoherent’. Banner Image: U.S. Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton delivers a speech on national security in San Diego, California, United States June 2, 2016. REUTERS/Mike Blake