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Trump's campaign "totally and completely" disavows "the horrible statements," the NYT reports.
Manila's police force is so underfunded that hearses give officers a lift to murder scenes. Cops hope the incoming president will change that.
Trump and Ryan both have demands—and trigger points that could undo this loosely-tied alliance, says Jake Novak. So, who's likely to come out on top?
Paul Ryan appears to already be pulling Donald Trump toward his own extreme positions, says ThinkProgress editor Bryce Covert.
Pop superstar Will.i.am tells CNBC he'll move to London if Trump wins the election.
Donald Trump and Paul Ryan say their meeting left them "totally committed" to working together.
The Republican Party is in danger of splitting apart, former Clinton advisor Sidney Blumenthal says.
Senate Foreign Relations Chairman Bob Corker tells CNBC he expects to support Donald Trump.
Presumptive GOP presidential nominee Donald Trump can beat Hillary Clinton, former Vice President Dan Quayle tells CNBC.
House Speaker Paul Ryan and Donald Trump will begin a conversation they hope will end with a unified Republican Party.
American millionaires favor Hillary Clinton over Donald Trump, but their support for Trump is growing, according to a new poll.
A day before he meets with Donald Trump, House Speaker Paul Ryan says: "We just need to get to know each other."
The JPMorgan chief also dismisses the idea of the 'Dimon Bottom" in the stock market. "It was serendipity," he says.
The Greece-focused fund is shutting down after losing nearly 90 percent of its value, two investors told The New York Times.
These professors point out some "glaring errors" in the attack on Bernie Sanders' single-payer health plan.
His followers expect him to reject the traditional approach that some Republicans advocate for him to take, the New York Times reports.
Billionaire Ken Langone tells CNBC he's supporting Trump for president, despite previous endorsements of two Trump rivals in the GOP race.
Democratic presidential candidate Bernie Sanders defeated Hillary Clinton in West Virginia's primary.
Brazil's Senate will vote on Wednesday on whether to put President Dilma Rousseff on trial for breaking budget rules.
Sen. Bernie Sanders of Vermont will win the Democratic West Virginia primary, NBC News projected as polls closed Tuesday evening.
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