• What we know about Trump's immigration plans

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    Donald Trump said Sunday night he plans to make a "major speech" on immigration during his stop in Arizona on Wednesday.

    "I will be making a major speech on ILLEGAL IMMIGRATION on Wednesday in the GREAT State of Arizona. Big crowds, looking for a larg...

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  • Clinton Foundation official plays defense over accusations

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    A top Clinton Foundation official defended its "lifesaving work" Sunday amid new criticism and pay-to-play accusations over Hillary Clinton's connections to its top donors.

    "None of the Clintons have ever taken a salary and don't profit from the foun...

  • AP's Kathleen Carroll defends Clinton investigation

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    Associated Press Executive Editor Kathleen Carroll is defending her organization's controversial investigation into meetings Hillary Clinton took while secretary of state -- but she admits a tweet the AP sent out about its story was "sloppy."

  • Former Obama aide: Trump is a 'psychopath'

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    Donald Trump is a "psychopath," a Democratic operative who managed President Barack Obama's first campaign and now supports Hillary Clinton, claimed Sunday.

  • Donald Trump: Mika must apologize for 'gang attack' on Pastor Mark Burns

    Donald Trump says MSNBC and the co-host of "Morning Joe," Mika Brzezinski, should "immediately" apologize to one of his prominent supporters, Pastor Mark Burns.

  • Pence: Trump is 'a CEO at work' on immigration

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    Republican vice presidential nominee Mike Pence insisted Sunday that Donald Trump has been "absolutely consistent" on how he'd treat undocumented immigrants as president and his recent comments on the topic have been that of "a CEO at work."

    But he wo...

  • Trump will directly address black voters, top aide says

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    Donald Trump's campaign manager said Sunday he will soon be courting black voters more directly, scheduling events in front of predominantly African-American audiences.

  • Ernst to Trump: Stop with the name-calling

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    Iowa Republican Sen. Joni Ernst offered some advice for her party's standard-bearer Saturday, telling Donald Trump he should focus on hitting Hillary Clinton and discussing policy, "not name calling."

  • Trump links death of Dwyane Wade's cousin to black vote

    Donald Trump tweeted Saturday that tragedies like the death of NBA star Dwyane Wade's cousin are one of the reasons African-Americans will vote for the Republican nominee, later adding that he can "fix" inner-city problems.

    "Dwayne Wade's cousin was j...

  • Trump spreads claim that Clinton's 'mentor' was 'KKK member'

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    Donald Trump on Saturday pushed back against Hillary Clinton's efforts to link him to the Ku Klux Klan.

    The Republican nominee retweeted a supporter's post that the Democratic nominee "said a KKK member was her mentor." And speaking later in Des Moine...

  • Trump aide's ex-wife claims he made anti-Semitic remarks

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    Donald Trump's new campaign CEO, Steve Bannon, once told his ex-wife he didn't want his daughters attending a girls school under consideration because of the number of Jews who attended it, she said in a court statement.

    "He said he doesn't like Jews...

  • In presidential elections, size doesn't always matter

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    It's the most deceptive sign in politics.

    Every four years, a presidential candidate gazes out over a vast crowd and convinces themselves the White House is there for the taking.

  • Trump's immigration pivot a buzz kill for Coulter's book tour

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    In her new book, Ann Coulter says there is only one truly mortal sin Donald Trump could commit. As it turns out, he committed it the same day the book was released.

  • Court declines to hear appeal on Wisconsin voter ID before election

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    A federal appeals court declined Friday to hear an appeal before a full panel of judges on the court to Wisconsin's voter ID provision before November.

  • Associated Press botches Hillary Clinton report and response

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    Hillary Clinton is surrounded by suggestions of controversy. Terms like "Clinton Foundation," "email server," and "Benghazi" hover around her like faint smoke. But where's the fire?

  • Republicans outraged over reported delay of Clinton meeting schedules

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    Republicans expressed outrage Friday night after a report said the State Department will not be able to produce all of Hillary Clinton's daily schedules during her time leading the State Department until well after Election Day.

  • Kaine: Trump 'pushing' KKK values

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    Tim Kaine assumed the role of Hillary Clinton's attack dog Friday, saying Donald Trump embraces "Ku Klux Klan" values.

    "Yesterday, Hillary Clinton gave a speech in Reno, Nevada, calling out Donald Trump on a lot of things on this equality idea. Callin...

  • Judge blocks UNC from enforcing 'bathroom bill'

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    A federal judge on Friday temporarily blocked the University of North Carolina from enforcing the state's so-called "bathroom bill" from applying to three transgender plaintiffs in a challenge brought by LGBT rights groups.

    Judge Thomas D. Schroeder o...

  • Doctor: I wrote Trump's bill of health in 5 minutes

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    The doctor who has produced the only public medical record about Donald Trump during his presidential campaign reportedly said he spent only five minutes writing it.

  • Trump campaign CEO once charged with domestic violence

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    Donald Trump's newly appointed campaign chairman, Steve Bannon, faced multiple charges, including one for misdemeanor domestic violence, stemming from an incident involving his ex-wife more than 20 years ago. But Trump campaign manager Kellyanne Conw...

  • Maine gov. leaves explicit voicemail for lawmaker

    Paul LePage

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    The state lawmaker who received an expletive-laced voicemail from Maine Gov. Paul LePage said Friday he did not call LePage a racist, as the governor claims.

    "I've never received a voicemail like that before," Democratic State Rep. Drew Gattine told C...

  • Clinton subject of new Trump campaign apparel

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    Donald Trump's campaign has unveiled new additions to its merchandise range, with the latest line of products including "Hil-liar-y" T-shirts and "Hillary for Prison" buttons.

  • Biden announces $2.45 billion federal loan to Amtrak

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    Vice President Joe Biden announced Friday a $2.45 billion loan to Amtrak from the Department of Transportation, the largest loan in the department's history.

    Biden announced the new loan at his namesake Joseph R. Biden Jr., Train Station in Wilmington...

  • Calls grow for U.S. government to spend more

    Janet Yellen

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    The next president of the United States should be ready to work with Congress to spend more money.

  • Wolfowitz 'might have to vote' for Clinton

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    Former Bush administration official Paul Wolfowitz said he is considering voting for Hillary Clinton in an interview in which he lambasted Donald Trump as dangerous.

    Wolfowitz, who was the deputy secretary of defense for President George W. Bush in th...

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