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A Donald Trump surrogate blasts a new Hillary Clinton campaign ad that tied Trump's campaign to racist hate groups.
The future of the Republican Party — after Donald Trump — is weighing heavily on elected officials, leaders and activists, NBC News reports.
The Clinton campaign is promising to pay for Hillary Clinton's flight aboard Air Force One with President Obama for a campaign appearance last month.
State pension funds are looking at a $1 trillion shortfall in what they owe workers in benefits, according to new data from The Pew Charitable Trusts.
Donald Trump escalated his line of attack and labeled Hillary Clinton a "bigot" in his bid to appeal to minority voters, NBC News reports.
Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump backed away farther from his hardline stance on deporting millions of illegal immigrants.
WikiLeaks' Julian Assange said his organization planned to release information linked to the campaign of Hillary Clinton before the election.
If the U.S. presidential election were held today, Hillary Clinton would have a 95 percent chance of beating Donald Trump.
Hillary Clinton called on pharmaceutical company Mylan to voluntarily drop the price of their severe allergy treatment drug EpiPen.
Tim Cook will hold a fundraiser for Hillary Clinton, but the Apple CEO has proven bipartisan with his political cash.
One venture capital firm said it would fund visas for immigrant founders in explicit opposition to Donald Trump.
Trump has tried to draw parallels between his campaign, which has a strong nationalist message, and Britain's vote to leave the EU.
"He will build a wall. Believe me," Eric Trump tells CNBC about his father's immigration stance, which appears to have softened.
Donald Trump's son tells CNBC the latest revelations about the Clinton Foundation proves "pay to play."
Trump used campaign funds to pay Barnes & Noble $55,055 for copies of his own book, the Daily Beast reports.
The 39 respondents to the CNBC Fed Survey now say by a 47-37 percent margin that the best outcome for the economy is if Clinton wins.
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