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Here's what we know about how Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump are preparing for their much-anticipated first debate.
Members of the NJ Assembly takes an initial step toward possible impeachment of Christie, NBC 4 New York reports.
Some of America's cities, including Trump's hometown of NY, have become case studies in the perils of aggressive stops, NBC News reports.
Despite the recent political firestorm, the role of the estate tax has diminished over the years.
The GOP presidential nominee said that if elected he would tie federal funding and tax breaks for colleges to a "good faith" commitment to lower tuition.
The first presidential debate Monday may be a near-term catalyst for stocks, if one candidate or other looks set to break out.
Trump's new Washington, D.C., hotel just opened, and its ownership structure provides insight into his gift-and-estate plans.
The largely peaceful demonstrations called on police to release video that could resolve wildly different accounts of the shooting of a black man.
The nation's uninsured rate would spike under Trump's health plan, but fall further under Clinton's, a study finds.
Donald Trump said he would work with lawmakers if elected to tie federal funding and tax breaks for colleges to lower tuition costs.
A White House staffer's email appears to have been hacked, leaking documents from the First Lady and the Secret Service. NBC News reports.
The Secret Service paid Trump’s campaign $1.6 million to agents charged with protecting him on his company’s plane, Politico reported.
The widespread social unrest in Charlotte, as in other cities, stems from ongoing economic inequality along racial lines.
The candidate is hyping results and citing figures that economists who follow the oil and gas industry seriously doubt.
KIND founder Daniel Lubetzky, entrepreneur and Mexican immigrant, weighs in on one of the most heated political issues in the election.
Wells Fargo CEO John Stumpf has been invited back to Capitol Hill next week and the investigation is just beginning, Rep. Hensarling says.
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Donald Trump's claim came as Hillary Clinton accused him of hiding something in not releasing his federal income tax returns.
The presidential debate is over and the candidates have spoken. Who do you think was the big winner?
Clinton slams Trump for building his political career around the "birther lie" about where President Obama was born.