• Close Hillary Clinton aide in pay dispute

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    A close aide of Hillary Clinton is disputing she was overpaid almost $10,000 when she left the State Department and is asking its inspector general to reassess its findings, her lawyers told CNN.

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  • Hillary Clinton's disclosure day

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    As document dumps go, Hillary Clinton's on Friday was an epic one.

    The Democratic front-runner's presidential campaign took advantage of the State Department's afternoon release of more of the emails from her time as secretary of state -- due under a...

  • Meet the GOP's $5 million donor club

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    In 2012, six Republicans gave $5 million or more over the course of the entire presidential campaign. For 2016, nine Republicans gave $5 million or more in the first six months.

  • Clinton's private server emails heavily redacted

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    A new tranche of former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton's emails from her private server, released Friday, have been heavily redacted with sensitive information kept from public view.

  • Negotiations stall on biggest trade deal ever

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    President Obama will have to wait longer to announce the biggest free trade deal in history. Trans-Pacific Partnership negotiators wrapped up their most recent talks in Hawaii on Friday without reaching an agreement.

  • Trump team probing staffer's Facebook posts

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    Donald Trump's presidential campaign is investigating a staffer after racially-charged Facebook posts he allegedly wrote were uncovered Friday.

    Sam Nunberg, a Trump political adviser, allegedly wrote racially-charged and disparaging political posts da...

  • Clintons earned nearly $141M from '07 to '14

    The Clintons's tax rate estimated at above 30%

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    Hillary and Bill Clinton earned nearly $141 million over the course of eight years and paid $43 million in federal taxes, according to tax returns her campaign released Friday.

    In a lengthy statement and on her campaign website, Clinton detailed that ...

  • Donald Trump and the Mob

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    Donald Trump's glittering empire of New York skyscrapers and Atlantic City casinos have long had a darker side, allegations that the mob helped build them.

  • Military still dealing with cyberattack 'mess'

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    A key military email system remains offline, one week after a cyberattack that one Defense Department official described as "serious."

  • Doctor gives Clinton clean bill of health

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    Health issues resulting from a 2012 heatlh scare are resolved and Hillary Clinton is physically fit to serve as president, according to her personal physician.

  • Clinton knocks Jeb Bush's 'right to rise'

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    Jeb Bush and Hillary Clinton come from the highest political pedigree in the United States. And despite the battles their two families have fought against each other, members of the Clintons and the Bushes have formed inextricable bonds.

    But politics ...

  • Jon Stewart can't wait for the GOP debate

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    Jon Stewart turned his attention to next week's GOP debate during Thursday's "Daily Show," openly wondering which of the many Republican candidates will be allowed to take the stage.

  • Senate passes long-term highway plan

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    The Senate overwhelmingly passed a bipartisan six-year plan for highway, bridge and transit construction on Thursday, the first time such a long-term bill has cleared the chamber since 2005.

    It passed 65-34.

  • Obama: Dems getting 'squishy' over Iran deal

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    President Barack Obama said Thursday night that he can feel some Democratic members of Congress getting "squishy" in their support of the Iran deal, bowing to the "political heat" they feel from the "fierce" lobbying campaign against the Iran deal.

    "R...

  • Rand Paul: Media to blame for Trump's surge

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    Kentucky Sen. Rand Paul blamed the national media Thursday for Donald Trump's vaulting to the front of the Republican pack in several recent polls.

    "Television works, Wolf," Paul told CNN's Wolf Blitzer. "If you would give some other candidates time f...

  • Will Kasich make it into home-state debate?

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    For a little over a month, one question has haunted Ohio Gov. John Kasich more than any other: Will he make it into the first Republican debate, being held in his home state?

    With low name recognition, a big field and a late entry into the race, the ...

  • WH blasts House Republicans for vacation

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    It's become a summer ritual in Washington: Take a shot at the opposing party for taking a longer vacation than yours.

    But White House Press Secretary Josh Earnest brought the clockwork criticism to new heights Thursday, outright mocking House Republi...

  • George H.W. Bush tweets hospital update

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    George H.W. Bush appears to be doing well after his hospitalization at Maine Medical Center earlier this month.

  • Poll: GOP top tier breaking away, led by Trump

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    A new poll from Quinnipiac University finds Donald Trump with a significant lead over his closest rivals for the Republican nomination for president, and provides further evidence the field of 16 candidates vying for the GOP nomination has a clear to...

  • House approves federal highway bill

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    The House of Representatives approved a bill extending the federal highway program for three months, giving Congress more time to negotiate an agreement on a longer term deal to pay for road, bridge and transit projects across the country.

    The vote w...

  • Jon Stewart on White House meetings: It's not a secret

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    On Wednesday's "Daily Show" Jon Stewart opened the show with a discussion of his reportedly "secret" White House meetings with President Barack Obama.

  • Clinton calls for Cuban embargo to be lifted

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    Hillary Clinton will call on Congress to lift its longtime trade embargo against Cuba, her campaign said Wednesday.

    Clinton, the Democratic presidential frontrunner, will make her case Friday in a speech in Miami, four weeks after President Barack Oba...

  • Rubio, Huckabee: No outrage over Planned Parenthood?

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    Two Republican presidential candidates tied separate controversies over Cecil the Lion and Planned Parenthood together in one tweet in recent days.

    Former Arkansas Gov. Mike Huckabee tweeted Tuesday that the lion was getting more attention than the Pl...

  • Perry challenges Trump to pull-up contest

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    CNN

    The war of words between businessman Donald Trump and former Texas Gov. Rick Perry reached the jungle gym on Wednesday, when Perry challenged Trump to a pull-up contest.

    "Let's get a pull-up bar out there and let's see who can do the most pull-ups," s...

  • Trump predicts Clinton flameout, Biden rise

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    Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump told CNN's Dana Bash on Wednesday that he would beat Hillary Clinton in a 2016 matchup -- if the former secretary of state makes it that far.

    "Believe me. I will beat Hillary," he said in an interview tha...

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