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Donald Trump ratcheted up his attacks on the Clinton Foundation, claiming former President Bill Clinton set up a "business to profit from public office."
Looks like a fun time was had by all at a fundraising lunch for Hillary Clinton co-hosted by Justin Timberlake and Jessica Biel in Los Angeles.
An email released Tuesday by Citizens United raised questions about a trip taken by Huma Abedin when she was at the State Department.
Trump isn't the only one who has profited from for-profit colleges; Bill Clinton made $17.6 million from a private education firm, reports NBC News.
President Obama said federal assistance to Louisiana flood recovery hit $127 million, but he called on private citizens to help.
Billionaire Mark Cuban has picked another fight on Twitter, this time with former General Electric CEO Jack Welch.
On immigration, Donald Trump is now attempting an adjustment toward Obama that can only be described as huge on a Trumpian scale.
Trade Desk's ad technology is serving a host of Senate Republicans trying to keep their seats. The company is also headed for an IPO.
A new batch of emails is more than a fascinating glimpse into the daily lives of the global elite. It poses danger to Hillary Clinton's campaign.
Donald Trump now says that he'll distinguish between "bad" undocumented immigrants and "everybody else."
A Hillary Clinton presidency would stack the deck with future voters from immigrants, conservative commentator and author Ann Coulter tells CNBC.
Clinton has triple the number of fundraisers that Trump has had, but his events charge more money, despite their lack of celebrities.
Donald Trump urged the Justice Department to investigate if donors to the Clinton Foundation got special treatment from the State Department.
A judge ordered the U.S. State Department to review for possible release 14,900 of Hillary Clinton's emails and attachments.
Hillary Clinton laughed off any questions about her health and stamina during an appearance on Jimmy Kimmel Live Monday night, NBC News reports.
GOP nominee Donald Trump may be in second place among voters, but among the nation's economists he's coming in third.
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