As Hillary Clinton faces continued criticism for her staff’s questionable actions at the State Department, there is no evidence that she and her top aides completed ethics training as required by federal law.
Roger Ailes is advising Donald Trump ahead of the debates. Or maybe he’s not. Clinton’s team is looking for an ally who’s willing to dredge up the most awkward, painful accusations against the candidate. And, it’s the other 2016 Summer Games: The verbal gymnastics of an election year.
Joe Biden, stumping for Clinton, goes to Scranton with a message. And as if on (a fairly unfortunate) cue, Rudy Giuliani, stumping for Trump, wanders into the malarkey sphere. Just 12 more weeks, folks.
Clinton releases even more tax releases. Trump releases none. Donald Trump is the author behind the angrier tweets, a data analysis shows. And a former receptionist at Trump magazine tells about her bounced paychecks, her employer’s bankruptcy and her battle with cancer.
Losing the governor’s race here in 1980 so shattered a young Bill Clinton that he couldn’t face his supporters, so he sent his wife around to thank campaign workers instead. He later gathered with close friends for dinner but quietly sulked, playing the country song “I Don’t Know Whether to Kill Myself or Go Bowling” on the jukebox.
The throngs of New Yorkers who poured into Coney Island on a sweltering Sunday in July 1939 – shuffling past the rides, hot-dog stands and freak shows – confronted one last spectacle blaring just beyond the surf.
The episodic releases of Hillary Clinton’s emails are expected to continue through Election Day, and well beyond. Donald Trump boasts – in great detail – about daycare centers for his employees, but they might not exist. Republicans tell the RNC to stop funding the nominee. Plus: Trump’s Iraq hypocrisy. And why reporters want to see Trump’s 1990 divorce records.
Dispatch from the swing states: Meet the voters who will decide this election. And: The 2016 election is changing the way Muslim Americans talk to their children. The latest Clinton email release renews old questions about the Clinton Foundation. Plus: 100 days of Trump. Katy Tur’s ‘crazy year’ with Trump. And: How to plan your presidential dinner party.
Donald Trump can deliver a scripted, practically coherent economic address one day, and seem to call for the assassination of his political opponent the next. It’s the 2016 presidential race. Set your outrage alarm to go off every 18 hours or so, and eventually, it will be Election Day.
Bernie Sanders fan and comedian Sarah Silverman called on DNC hecklers to unite together behind Hillary Clinton at the Democratic National Convention. Sanders supporters disrupted day one of the DNC inside and outside of the Philadelphia arena. Credit: FedNet
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