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On Hill to mend fences, Trump brings his hammer

WASHINGTON

On Hill to mend fences, Trump brings his hammer

Donald Trump came to Capitol Hill on Thursday to build and reinforce bridges with members of Congress less than two weeks before the Republican National Convention. Instead, he burned some to the ground.

Clinton wins Sanders praise with expanded college-cost plan

Clinton wins Sanders praise with expanded college-cost plan

Hillary Clinton is changing her college-affordability plan in an effort to reach Bernie Sanders supporters, proposing the elimination of public in-state tuition for students whose families make less than $125,000.

Air Force One is a heck of an expensive perk - for taxpayers

Air Force One is a heck of an expensive perk - for taxpayers

When it was announced over the weekend that President Barack Obama would be campaigning with Hillary Clinton in North Carolina on Tuesday, Donald Trump quickly questioned who was footing the bill. "Why is President Obama allowed to use Air Force One on the campaign trail with Crooked Hillary?" he tweeted. "She is flying with him tomorrow. Who pays?"

Obama joins Clinton on stump, saying she ‘has been tested’

CHARLOTTE, N.C.

Obama joins Clinton on stump, saying she ‘has been tested’

President Barack Obama on Tuesday delivered a full-throated stemwinder on behalf of Hillary Clinton’s presidential bid, making his debut on the campaign trail this year just hours after federal officials criticized Clinton’s “careless” handling of emails but said no charges should be filed.

FBI chief: No grounds for criminal charges after Clinton email probe

WASHINGTON

FBI chief: No grounds for criminal charges after Clinton email probe

FBI Director James Comey said Tuesday said Hillary Clinton and her staff were "extremely careless" in using a private email server during her time as secretary of state, but will not recommend criminal prosecution.

Plagiarized lessons and deceptive tactics: A look inside Trump Institute

Plagiarized lessons and deceptive tactics: A look inside Trump Institute

In 2005, as he was making a transition from developing real estate to capitalizing on his fame through ventures like a reality show and product-licensing deals, Donald Trump hit upon a two-pronged strategy for entering the field of for-profit education.

Clinton and Warren electrify Ohio crowd, sparking visions of a ticket

CINCINNATI

Clinton and Warren electrify Ohio crowd, sparking visions of a ticket

If there was any doubt that Hillary Clinton and Elizabeth Warren are the "it" couple of the moment in Democratic politics, it was silenced here Monday when they took the stage together for the first time.

Sanders, in Albany, says work on progressive ideals must continue

ALBANY

Sanders, in Albany, says work on progressive ideals must continue

Though he remains a candidate for the Democratic nomination for president, Bernie Sanders sounded very much like someone passing the torch to others during an appearance Friday at the Empire State Plaza.

Bernie Sanders to visit Albany Friday

ALBANY

Bernie Sanders to visit Albany Friday

Presidential candidate Bernie Sanders will be in Albany tomorrow to discuss his next steps in the campaign.

Clinton makes dire predictions for economy if Trump wins

COLUMBUS, Ohio

Clinton makes dire predictions for economy if Trump wins

Hillary Clinton on Tuesday criticized the business record and economic proposals of Donald Trump, predicting hewould cause a recession and global panic if elected president, and sought to dismantle his claims of being a financial genius.

Man arrested at rally tells authorities he wanted to kill Trump

Man arrested at rally tells authorities he wanted to kill Trump

A man arrested at a Donald Trump rally in Las Vegas on Saturday told the authorities that he had intended to kill Trump, according to a complaint filed Monday in U.S. District Court in Nevada.

Trump campaign has $1.3M, Clinton $42M

Trump campaign has $1.3M, Clinton $42M

Presumptive GOP nominee Donald Trump loaned his campaign $2.2 million in May and collected $3.1 million in donations, ending the month with less than $1.3 million in bank, according to new campaign finance filings.

Trump fires Corey Lewandowski, his campaign manager

Trump fires Corey Lewandowski, his campaign manager

Donald Trump has fired his contentious campaign manager, Corey Lewandowski, a move that comes as the presumptive Republican nominee faces challenges as he heads into the general election.

Trump calls for racial profiling to stop terrorists

Trump calls for racial profiling to stop terrorists

Donald Trump on Sunday renewed his call for the United States to consider racial profiling as a preventive tactic against terrorism in the aftermath of last week’s mass shooting in Orlando, Florida.

Cleveland taking massive security measures for GOP convention

Cleveland taking massive security measures for GOP convention

The LRAD - that's a Long Range Acoustical Device - is a tool for ships trying to ward off pirate attacks and for settings where the precise location of law enforcement can be a matter of potential international conflict. It gives people the opportunity to speak loudly and clearly and convey critical information or warnings across large distances.

The brutal numbers behind a very bad month for Donald Trump

The brutal numbers behind a very bad month for Donald Trump

Not only are Trump's poll numbers slipping, they are at a low that no one, Republican or Democrat, has seen in the past three election cycles.

Sanders meets Obama and pledges to work to defeat Trump

WASHINGTON

Sanders meets Obama and pledges to work to defeat Trump

Sen. Bernie Sanders met with President Barack Obama on Thursday and said afterward that he would do everything within his power to stop Donald Trump from becoming president — and would work closely with Hillary Clinton to make that happen.

Obama endorses Hillary Clinton, urges Democrats to unite

WASHINGTON

Obama endorses Hillary Clinton, urges Democrats to unite

President Obama on Thursday formally endorsed Hillary Clinton and implored Democrats to come together to elect her after a bruising primary.

Clinton made history, but Sanders stubbornly ignored it

Clinton made history, but Sanders stubbornly ignored it

Revolutions rarely give way to gracious expressions of defeat.

Clinton claims Democratic nomination

NEW YORK

Clinton claims Democratic nomination

Hillary Clinton laid claim to the Democratic presidential nomination Tuesday night, making a full pivot to a nasty general-election fight against Donald Trump even as she faced the possibility of an embarrassing primary loss to Sen. Bernie Sanders in California.

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