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Rep. Louie Gohmert: Clinton is 'mentally impaired'
Rep. Louie Gohmert called for prayers for Hillary Clinton on Friday  — but they weren’t for her to win.       
1643 points by USA Today | Hillary Rodham Clinton John McCain Disability Barack Obama 2008 singles Adoption and Safe Families Act President of the United States George W. Bush
Latest ad in Senate race spotlights Heck’s support for Trump
The latest ad in Nevada’s bitter U.S. Senate race targets Republican Rep. Joe Heck by contrasting his support for Donald Trump with the way two of Nevada’s top Republican officials have ...
9 points by Las Vegas Sun | United States Senate Members of the Nevada Assembly Democratic Party Donald Trump Republican Party United States United States presidential election 2008 John McCain
Where McCain, challenger stand in Arizona Senate race?
Voters have well-defined views of incumbent, but many have yet to make up minds about Ann Kirkpatrick.       
-1 points by USA Today | Arizona John McCain George W. Bush Republican Party United States presidential election 2008 Arizona's 1st congressional district Democratic Party Alaska
Louie Gohmert mocks Hillary Clinton memory gaps from FBI interviews
Rep. Louie Gohmert got some laughs at the annual Values Voters Summit Friday by poking fun at the gaps in what Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton recalls during her time as secretary of state. "I do want to warn since most people here are Christians and I am serious about ...
422 points by The Washington Times | Hillary Rodham Clinton Barack Obama United States Secretary of State President of the United States John McCain Bill Clinton United States Cabinet Adoption and Safe Families Act
On birtherism, Donald Trump's campaign manager wants him to be somebody Trump doesn't want to be
Kellyanne Conway is the latest Republican to offer a version of Trump that doesn't exist.
1696 points by The Washington Post | United States Donald Trump President of the United States John McCain United States presidential election 2008 Republican Party Ivana Trump Fred Trump
Donald Trump to campaign in Maryland
Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump will travel to Baltimore on Monday to speak with a conference of National Guard officers taking place in the Inner Harbor – his first visit to the city as a candidate.  Trump is set to speak to the annual conference of the National Guard Association...
-1 points by Baltimore Sun | Barack Obama Democratic Party George W. Bush John McCain President of the United States United States Vladimir Putin United States presidential election 2008
If you're a Republican looking to jump off the Trump train, now is your last, best chance
Trump's flirtation with Russia is impossible to ignore.
1613 points by The Washington Post | George W. Bush Vladimir Putin Democratic Party Ronald Reagan Barack Obama George H. W. Bush Republican Party John McCain
Facebook co-founder jumps into politics for first time - with $20 million to help Hillary Clinton and Democratic candidates
Dustin Moskovitz, a co-founder of Facebook, and his wife, Cari Tuna, announced they were making their first foray into political giving with a massive investment to combat Donald Trump and the GOP.
6129 points by The Washington Post | Democratic Party Bill Clinton John McCain Hillary Rodham Clinton Dustin Moskovitz Warren Buffett George W. Bush Donald Trump
US media, Trump’s own campaign freak out about his interview on ‘Kremlin RT’
Republican president candidate Donald Trump’s interview with Larry King, which aired on RT America Thursday night, is fueling the flames of growing US propaganda against Russia, even within his own campaign. Read Full Article at RT.com
1054 points by Russia Today | George W. Bush President of the United States Barack Obama Democratic Party Hillary Rodham Clinton John McCain Bill Clinton Russia
The Latest: Clinton offers intimate look at her faith
WASHINGTON — The Latest on Campaign 2016 (all times EDT):7:45 p.m.Hillary Clinton is offering an intimate look at her Methodist faith and how it has influenced her life in public service.At the National Baptist Convention in Kansas City, Clinton recalled her father's nightly prayers, her mother's time as a Sunday School teacher and the youth minister who took her to see the Rev. Martin Luther King Jr.Clinton said that thanks to her family and church, she "embraced an activist social justice faith."
-1 points by Boston Herald | President of the United States George W. Bush Ronald Reagan Barack Obama Democratic Party John McCain George H. W. Bush Richard Nixon
The phrase 'radical Islam' gets thrown around a lot. But what does it actually mean?
Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump has repeatedly criticized President Obama for refusing to use the phrase "radical Islam." But what do those words actually mean?
-1 points by The Washington Post | President of the United States Barack Obama Democratic Party John McCain Illinois George W. Bush Donald Trump Republican Party
How the conservative media is taking over the Republican Party
Breitbart and Fox veterans advising a presidential campaign?
283 points by The Washington Post | Mass media Democratic Party Political party John McCain Fox News Channel Rush Limbaugh Republican Party International Democrat Union
Giuliani claims Trump suddenly 'confirms' Obama was born in U.S.
"I confirm that and Donald Trump now confirms that,” the former New York City mayor said.
1809 points by Daily News | George W. Bush President of the United States Hillary Rodham Clinton Rudy Giuliani United States presidential election 2008 Barack Obama Iraq War John McCain
Republicans warn that Trump’s critique of Clinton’s ‘look’ fuels accusations of sexism
The GOP nominee has been criticizing his opponent’s vigor and appearance.
1185 points by The Washington Post | John McCain George W. Bush Donald Trump Hillary Rodham Clinton Newt Gingrich Barack Obama Republican Party President of the United States
Why Florida is a key state in the 2016 presidential race
What to expect from the state's 29 electoral votes.
31 points by The Washington Post | Voting Southern United States Democratic Party Barack Obama President of the United States United States presidential election 2008 John McCain United States
William Weld's fear: A Donald Trump win
Former Gov. William F. Weld says a Donald Trump presidency frightens him more than a Hillary Clinton administration — and he plans to target the brash billionaire more in his Libertarian vice presidential campaign.“I certainly plan to focus my analysis on Mr. Trump rather than Mrs. Clinton,” Weld said in a sit-down interview with the Herald yesterday.
12 points by Boston Herald | John McCain Ted Kennedy Democratic Party Hillary Rodham Clinton Paul Cellucci Barack Obama Bill Clinton American people of English descent
Four gaps separate pair who would be president
The first Republican presidential debate was almost exactly 13 months ago. The first actual balloting was almost exactly seven months ago. The two presidential tickets have been fixed for about 45 days. And yet custom holds that the official …
-1 points by Las Vegas Sun | George W. Bush John McCain Barack Obama Bill Clinton President of the United States Democratic Party George H. W. Bush Al Gore
How Hillary Clinton could win
Hillary Clinton has advantages heading into the final stretch of the campaign that any presidential candidate would envy: a fleet of popular surrogates, a mountain of cash and an opponent who is often sidetracked by self-inflicted wounds.
2775 points by CNN | Barack Obama Joe Biden Democratic Party John McCain Bill Clinton Hillary Rodham Clinton United States presidential election 2008 President of the United States
Democrat Hillary Clinton opening Boston campaign office
BOSTON (AP) - Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton is opening a new campaign office in Boston. The office will be located at 11 Beacon Street, just steps from the Massachusetts Statehouse. Campaign officials said the office will be used as a "a hub for organizing activity in Boston to help ...
-1 points by The Washington Times | President of the United States Barack Obama John McCain Ronald Reagan George H. W. Bush Democratic Party Republican Party George W. Bush
Hillary Clinton: 'Verdadera Fuerza' | Campaign 2016
Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton released a Spanish-language TV ad to air in Nevada.
10 points by The Washington Post | George W. Bush Hillary Rodham Clinton John McCain Bill Clinton Carl Bernstein The Washington Post Donald Trump Debbie Wasserman Schultz
Justice Dept. Granted Immunity to Specialist Who Deleted Hillary Clinton’s Emails
Republicans have called for the department to investigate the deletions, but the deal with the specialist, Paul Combetta, makes it unlikely that the request will go far.
13810 points by The New York Times | Hillary Rodham Clinton Federal Bureau of Investigation Barack Obama Bill Clinton United States presidential election 2008 E-mail Joe Biden John McCain
Hillary Clinton's trust deficit proving to be a glaring flaw
ANALYSIS/OPINION: President Obama airily predicted Thursday that voters will reject GOP presidential nominee Donald Trump's "wacky" ideas. Hillary Clinton was also at it again, pushing her narrative that Mr. Trump is "temperamentally unfit and totally unqualified to be commander-in-chief." The top Democrats are clearly hoping to take out Mr. Trump ...
140 points by The Washington Times | President of the United States George W. Bush Bill Clinton Barack Obama Hillary Rodham Clinton John McCain Democratic Party White House
Donald Trump, Hillary Clinton step out of character as tight race enters home stretch
Both Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump have kicked off September by stepping out of character. Mrs. Clinton, the Democratic presidential nominee, who hasn't held a full-on formal press conference yet in 2016, is inching closer to that goal, having faced reporters several times this week in small press availabilities on ...
10 points by The Washington Times | Hillary Rodham Clinton Bill Clinton Donald Trump John McCain Presumptive nominee George W. Bush Ivana Trump Fred Trump
Essential Politics: Electoral College math presents a challenge for Trump
Hillary Clinton and Tim Kaine have a new book, Michelle Obama and Elizabeth Warren will be hitting the campaign trail, and New Hampshire is slipping out of Donald Trump’s reach. I’m Christina Bellantoni. This is Essential Politics. The Granite State is trending increasingly Democratic, so we’ve...
9 points by Los Angeles Times | President of the United States United States Senate George W. Bush Barack Obama Democratic Party Joe Biden United States Congress John McCain
Clinton blames Trump for birther claims
Speaking at the National Baptist Convention in Kansas City, Mo., Sept. 8, Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton accused her Republican opponent Donald Trump of questioning President Obama’s citizenship.
27 points by The Washington Post | Barack Obama Democratic Party John McCain George W. Bush President of the United States Hillary Rodham Clinton Bill Clinton United States presidential election 2008
Weld defends running Johnson's `blank' on Aleppo: Anyone can forget a word
BOSTON — Libertarian vice presidential candidate Bill Weld is downplaying criticism of running mate Gary Johnson after Johnson was initially stumped on a question about Syria's civil war.During an interview Thursday on MSNBC's "Morning Joe," Johnson was asked what he would do about Aleppo. Johnson initially said "What is Aleppo?" then offered an answer when reminded it's Syria's largest city.
3 points by Boston Herald | George W. Bush Massachusetts Bill Clinton President of the United States Syria John McCain Democratic Party Richard Nixon
The Latest: Libertarian VP candidate defends Johnson
WASHINGTON — The Latest on Campaign 2016 (all times EDT):6:05 p.m.Libertarian vice presidential candidate Bill Weld is playing down criticism of running mate Gary Johnson after Johnson was initially stumped on a question about Syria's civil war.During an interview Thursday on MSNBC's "Morning Joe," Johnson was asked what he would do about Aleppo. Johnson initially said "What is Aleppo?" then offered an answer when reminded it's Syria's largest city.
-1 points by Boston Herald | President of the United States George W. Bush Ronald Reagan Barack Obama Democratic Party John McCain George H. W. Bush Richard Nixon
Libertarian VP hopeful Weld : Anyone can forget a word
BOSTON — Libertarian vice presidential candidate Bill Weld is downplaying criticism of running mate Gary Johnson after Johnson was initially stumped on a question about Syria's civil war.During an interview Thursday on MSNBC's "Morning Joe," Johnson was asked what he would do about Aleppo. Johnson initially said "What is Aleppo?" then offered an answer when reminded it is Syria's largest city and has been engulfed by the country's ongoing civil war.Johnson later apologized in a statement, saying he was thinking of an acronym, not the Syrian city.
1 points by Boston Herald | Massachusetts John McCain George W. Bush President of the United States Paul Cellucci Democratic Party United States Richard Nixon
Colin Powell: Using private email same as private phone call
Former Secretary of State Colin Powell found himself on the defensive Thursday following the release of a 2009 email exchange with Hillary Clinton, describing his use of a private, dial-up email account to ...
4 points by Las Vegas Sun | George W. Bush Bill Clinton President of the United States Hillary Rodham Clinton Barack Obama E-mail Colin Powell John McCain
The Latest: Colin Powell defends use of private emails
WASHINGTON — The Latest on Campaign 2016 (all times EDT):5:20 p.m.Former Secretary of State Colin Powell is defending himself following the release of a 2009 email exchange with Hillary Clinton, describing his use of a private, dial-up email account to carry out U.S. government business.
-1 points by Boston Herald | President of the United States George W. Bush Ronald Reagan Barack Obama Democratic Party John McCain United States presidential election debates United States presidential election 2008
Mike Pence agrees with Trump that Russia's Putin is 'stronger' leader than Obama
Campaign 2016 updates: Donald Trump plans another visit to Capitol Hill Sept. 8, 2016, 3:24 p.m. Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton campaign in swing states after their town hall on military issues. Donald Trump talks with members of Congress, plans another visit to Capitol Hill Libertarian nominee...
94 points by Los Angeles Times | George W. Bush Vladimir Putin President of the United States Democratic Party Barack Obama Illinois United States John McCain
Graham: Trump, Clinton so unappealing I want to move to Canada
Sen. Lindsey Graham (R-S.C.) is so unimpressed with both Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton that he may just move out of the country.
20 points by Daily News | George W. Bush President of the United States Barack Obama Democratic Party Bill Clinton John McCain Hillary Rodham Clinton Republican Party
Mike Pence compares Trump's vision to Reagan's legacy at the late president's library
Republican vice presidential candidate Mike Pence on Thursday tried to make the case that Donald Trump is the natural heir to Ronald Reagan and said the same forces that propelled the late president into the White House would secure a GOP victory in November. “Like Ronald Reagan, Donald Trump has...
83 points by Los Angeles Times | Ronald Reagan President of the United States George H. W. Bush Democratic Party Richard Nixon Gerald Ford Republican Party John McCain
A pro-Clinton super PAC raised more than $21 million in August
Priorities USA Action has best fundraising month of cycle.       
10 points by USA Today | Hillary Rodham Clinton Donald Trump Preselection President of the United States Presumptive nominee Bill Clinton Elections John McCain
Clinton allies set to open Houston office
Hillary Clinton's campaign arm in Texas will open a party headquarters in downtown Houston this weekend meant to energize and organize the area's Democrats with about two months until Election Day.
108 points by The Houston Chronicle | United States House of Representatives Democratic Party Barack Obama United States Senate President of the United States United States presidential election 2008 George W. Bush John McCain
Donald Trump is finally seeing signs of life in key swing states
But he's still not yet positioned to win.
301 points by The Washington Post | Democratic Party United States presidential election 2008 John McCain U.S. state Barack Obama President of the United States Republican Party Illinois
James Buckley on 2016: 'I am an unhappy man': Column
An elder statesman of conservatism says the presidential campaign is 'too depressing to contemplate.'         
314 points by Arizona Republic | Ronald Reagan President of the United States United States presidential election debates Richard Nixon Democratic Party Gerald Ford Barack Obama John McCain
Hillary Clinton explains why she adopted ‘aloof’ persona
WASHINGTON — Hillary Clinton said she takes responsibility for coming across as “aloof,” but explains she had to adopt a cool persona decades ago to “protect” herself. “I had to learn as a young woman to control my emotions,” Clinton said in an interview for Humans of New York released Thursday. “And that’s a hard...
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The Latest: Graham unimpressed by candidates at forum
WASHINGTON — The Latest on Campaign 2016 (all times EDT):3:55 p.m.Republican Sen. Lindsey Graham, a frequent critic of both Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton, was less than impressed with the two candidates at a televised national security forum.Graham said Thursday: "It makes me want to move to Canada."The South Carolina lawmaker made an unsuccessful bid for the Republican nomination. He has railed against his party for backing Trump and has expressed serious concerns about Democrat Clinton.
-1 points by Boston Herald | President of the United States Ronald Reagan Barack Obama Democratic Party George W. Bush John McCain United States presidential election 2008 United States presidential election debates
The Latest: Trump insists, falsely, that he opposed Iraq war
WASHINGTON — The Latest on Campaign 2016 (all times EDT):2:54 p.m.Donald Trump is insisting he opposed the war in Iraq from the beginning, even though fact checkers have repeatedly said that claim is false.Radio host Howard Stern in 2002 asked Trump if he supported the looming invasion. Trump responded, "I guess so."The Republican presidential nominee also said Thursday that if had been in the Congress at the time, he would have voted against authorizing the military conflict.
-1 points by Boston Herald | President of the United States Ronald Reagan Barack Obama George W. Bush Democratic Party John McCain United States presidential election debates United States presidential election 2008
Paul Ryan says Donald Trump is 'more disciplined,' now going an average of 11 days between Trump denouncements
A classic case of controlling your expectations
8 points by The Washington Post | Vladimir Putin George W. Bush President of the United States John McCain Republican Party Controversy Barack Obama Democratic Party
The Latest: Priebus says Trump doesn't endorse Putin
WASHINGTON — The Latest on Campaign 2016 (all times EDT):2:14 p.m.The head of the Republican National Committee says Donald Trump isn't endorsing Russian President Vladimir Putin.GOP chairman Reince Preibus told The Associated Press in a brief interview on Thursday that Trump "doesn't agree with his style of government."
-1 points by Boston Herald | President of the United States Ronald Reagan Barack Obama George W. Bush Democratic Party John McCain United States presidential election debates United States presidential election 2008
Republican congressman says U.S. payment to Iran was like a 'drug drop'
Democrats walked out of the hearing in protest.       
6 points by USA Today | Barack Obama Democratic Party President of the United States United States United States presidential election 2008 Joe Biden Illinois John McCain
More Americans say Obamacare is a pain than a cure: Gallup poll
Americans are more likely to say Obamacare is a burden than a net benefit, according to a new poll that finds nearly three in 10 people think the health overhaul has hurt them and their family. Gallup says 29 percent of Americans feel the Affordable Care Act has been harmful, ...
134 points by The Washington Times | Democratic Party United States Senate Barack Obama Republican Party John McCain President of the United States Hawaii United States House of Representatives
Hillary’s memory problems, Dems play politics on Zika, and other notable commentary
Conservative take: Dem Dishonesty on Zika Funding Senate Democrats have once again killed a funding bill to fight the Zika virus, citing a supposed GOP “poison pill” clause on Planned Parenthood which they charge “would have robbed funds directly from the women’s health provider.” Yet Alice B. Lloyd in The Weekly Standard notes that “rather...
20 points by New York Post | Ronald Reagan Barack Obama Bill Clinton Democratic Party President of the United States Republican Party Hillary Rodham Clinton John McCain
Gary Johnson is blowing his big chance. Here are 4 libertarians who would do better.
Johnson was a bad candidate before Thursday's "What is Aleppo?" flub. These guys would be better.
-1 points by The Washington Post | Ron Paul Mike Huckabee Libertarianism John McCain Mitt Romney Republican Party Primary election Paul Cellucci
Lauer gets rough reviews after candidate forum
The longtime 'Today' host was panned following Wednesday night's event with Trump and Clinton.         
-1 points by Arizona Republic | John McCain Iraq War George W. Bush President of the United States Armed forces United States presidential election 2008 Barack Obama Army
Donald Trump has his best fundraising month yet - but still lags far behind Hillary Clinton
An enthusiastic base of small donors continued to buoy Trump's campaign, helping him collect $90 million in conjunction with the Republican National Committee.
31 points by The Washington Post | Hillary Rodham Clinton Democratic Party John McCain Republican National Committee Donald Trump Barack Obama George H. W. Bush Bill Clinton
Critic's Notebook: Matt Lauer Loses the War in a Battle Between the Candidates
NBC’s presidential military forum exposed Mr. Lauer’s weaknesses as an informed interviewer.
34146 points by The New York Times | Barack Obama Question John McCain President of the United States George W. Bush Hillary Rodham Clinton United States presidential election 2008 Bill Clinton
Does body language really give Trump insight into intelligence operatives' thoughts?
Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump said on a televised forum on Sept. 8 that he is "pretty good with the body language" and could tell that the officials giving him his intelligence briefings don't respect President Obama. But can he really tell anything from body language?
-1 points by The Washington Post | President of the United States Barack Obama Democratic Party John McCain Bill Clinton Illinois George W. Bush Donald Trump