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No political influence in Clinton email probe, Obama says

No political influence in Clinton email probe, Obama says

President Barack Obama insisted Sunday that there will be no White House or political influence on the FBI or the Justice Department as they look into the security of the private email system Hillary Clinton used for government work when she was secretary of state.

Kasich joining Trump and Sanders in Albany

ALBANY

Kasich joining Trump and Sanders in Albany

With three presidential candidates arriving in the city, Monday is going to be a day like no other in the long history of Albany.

Sources: Sanders to appear at Albany Armory on Monday

ALBANY

Sources: Sanders to appear at Albany Armory on Monday

Democratic presidential hopeful Bernie Sanders will be holding a rally at the Albany Armory on Monday afternoon, according to sources.

Trump, Sanders coming to Albany Monday

ALBANY

Trump, Sanders coming to Albany Monday

Republican presidential frontrunner Donald Trump will hold a rally at the TU Center on Monday at 7 p.m., Times Union Center General Manager Bob Belber confirmed on Friday.

Immigrants for Trump? Some in New York are showing their support

Immigrants for Trump? Some in New York are showing their support

Despite Trump’s inflammatory comments, some immigrants have come forward to praise, and even endorse, him as he seeks the Republican presidential nomination.

Some came to Cruz rally to make their own views known

SCOTIA

Some came to Cruz rally to make their own views known

Hundreds lined up outside Mekeel Christian Academy for Sen. Ted Cruz’s event Thursday morning to support, as well as protest, his scheduled appearance.

Ted Cruz rallies Capital Region supporters

GLENVILLE

Ted Cruz rallies Capital Region supporters

There was a lot of love for Texas Senator Ted Cruz inside the Mekeel Christian Academy gymnasium Thursday morning.

Trump and Clinton look to rebound in New York

Trump and Clinton look to rebound in New York

Fresh off resounding victories in Wisconsin by Sen. Ted Cruz and Sen. Bernie Sanders, the presidential campaign shifted Wednesday to New York, where both Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton are trying to seize on their home-state advantage to reverse recent setbacks.

Trump would make Mexico pay for wall by blocking money transfers

Washington

Trump would make Mexico pay for wall by blocking money transfers

Donald Trump says he will force Mexico to pay for a border wall as president by threatening to cut off the flow of billions of dollars in payments that immigrants send home to the country, an idea that could decimate the Mexican economy and set up an unprecedented showdown between the United States and a key diplomatic ally.

Hillary Clinton tells Cohoes crowd she'll create jobs

COHOES

Hillary Clinton tells Cohoes crowd she'll create jobs

Presidential hopeful Hillary Clinton visited the Capital Region on Monday pledging to tackle challenges in upstate New York, focusing on jobs and education.

Trump says abortion laws are 'set,' then that comments were out of context

Trump says abortion laws are 'set,' then that comments were out of context

Donald Trump came under fire yet again for delivering clumsy answers to questions about abortion rights, angering conservatives by asserting on CBS's "Face the Nation" that abortion should remain legal.

Hillary Clinton coming to Albany Monday

Hillary Clinton coming to Albany Monday

Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton may make a stop in the Albany area on Monday, according to two top Democratic officials in the area.

Trump says abortion ban should carry punishment for women

Trump says abortion ban should carry punishment for women

Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump said Wednesday there would "have to be some form of punishment" for women who have abortions if the procedure were outlawed in the U.S.

Clinton begins NY primary campaign with jab at Trump

Clinton begins NY primary campaign with jab at Trump

Hillary Clinton began her closing argument for New York primary voters on Wednesday with a defense of the state's values that doubled as a harsh rebuke of her fellow New Yorker and presidential candidate, Donald Trump.

In NY primary, the circus may be coming home

NEW YORK

In NY primary, the circus may be coming home

New York City has long fancied itself the center of the universe. The 2016 election has only stockpiled the evidence.

Donald Trump's campaign manager charged with battery

Donald Trump's campaign manager charged with battery

The campaign manager for Republican presidential front-runner Donald Trump was charged Tuesday in Florida with battery for allegedly grabbing and yanking the arm of a Breitbart News reporter who had been trying to ask Trump a question.

Here's how to legally gamble on the 2016 race

Washington

Here's how to legally gamble on the 2016 race

Political gambling has long been banned in the United States, but the government makes an exception for "prediction markets" such as PredictIt because of the valuable data they produce for academic researchers.

Owners feel ‘special’ connection with historic homes

Owners feel ‘special’ connection with historic homes

For Gates, his passion to stay in his historic house reflects the more than 225 years that his family has been associated with the area.

Hot on the local building scene: energy efficiency

CAPITAL REGION

Hot on the local building scene: energy efficiency

Construction and sales of new houses are in full swing in the Capital Region.

Modest house might be Spa City’s oldest

SARATOGA SPRINGS

Modest house might be Spa City’s oldest

Charlie Israel’s home at 36 Franklin St. in Saratoga Springs isn’t the largest in the Spa City, but it may be the oldest. According to Israel, whose family is well-versed in these matters, the two-story, Federalist-period structure was built sometime around 1815.

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