The Clinton and Trump campaigns on Sunday agreed -- at least publicly -- on one issue, that their 2016 presidential contest remains close with 16 days before Election Day, as Clinton goes to a deep, star-studded bench for closing arguments
Donald Trump delivered Saturday on his plan to use historic Gettysburg, Pennsylvania, as the setting for a closing argument in his Republican presidential campaign -- but not before lashing out again at familiar targets including rival Hillary Clinton, a “rigged” America and female accusers whom he branded ”liars”
Trump's campaign manager weighed in on the polls on "Fox News Sunday."
The Clinton campaign manager weighed in on "Fox News Sunday"
The Pentagon is seeking to recover decade-old reenlistment bonuses paid to thousands of California Army National Guard soldiers to go fight in Iraq and Afghanistan, the Los Angeles Times reported Saturday
Any other year, against any other team, the Cleveland Indians would be the sentimental choice in this year's World Series. You know, because of that long championship drought and all. But not against the Chicago Cubs.
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