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Donald Trump escalated his line of attack and labeled Hillary Clinton a "bigot" in his bid to appeal to minority voters, NBC News reports.
Hillary Clinton leads Republican rival Donald Trump by 12 percentage points among likely voters according to a Reuters/Ipsos opinion poll.
Most people outside the government who met with Hillary Clinton while she was secretary of state gave money to the Clinton Foundation.
President Obama said federal assistance to Louisiana flood recovery hit $127 million, but he called on private citizens to help.
On immigration, Donald Trump is now attempting an adjustment toward Obama that can only be described as huge on a Trumpian scale.
Donald Trump now says that he'll distinguish between "bad" undocumented immigrants and "everybody else."
GOP nominee Donald Trump may be in second place among voters, but among the nation's economists he's coming in third.
Trump was not the champion we sought, but he is the one we have—the only one who can save us from Clinton's liberal agenda, say two GOP strategists.
Paul Manafort's resignation comes days after Trump brought in Breitbart News' Steve Bannon as campaign CEO.
If you were expecting Trump 2.0 to be even more erratic...WRONG! It's a softer, gentler Trump. But can Trump 2.0 win? Jake Novak weighs in.
Florida health officials have found evidence of likely local Zika transmission in Miami Beach, one of the world's most popular tourist destinations.
Hillary Clinton told the FBI that former Secretary of State Colin Powell had advised using personal email, the New York Times reported on Thursday.
The foundation says if Hillary Clinton is elected president, it will no longer accept foreign and corporate donations.
The State Department says a $400 million cash payment to Iran was contingent on the release of American prisoners.
From the pinnacles of business to the streets of Berlin, Germans are transfixed on Donald Trump and the U.S. presidential elections.
Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump have blasted each other's economic plans. But Ron Insana says the the truth is, both of them fall short.
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