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The Latest: Trump Campaign to Spend $140 Million More on Ads
Donald Trump's campaign is planning for what it says will amount to $140 million worth of advertising from now until Election Day
Today in History
Today in History Today is Saturday, Sept. 24, the 268th day of 2016. There are 98 days left in the year. Today's Highlight in History: On Sept. 24, 1996, the United States, represented by President Bill Clinton, and 70 other countries signed a treaty at the United Nations to end all testing and
After Summer of Attacking Trump, Clinton Focuses on Herself
Just seven weeks before Election Day and her poll numbers slipping, Hillary Clinton's campaign is trying yet again to explain one of the world's most famous politicians to a skeptical public
Review: Patriot Games in Oliver Stone's 'Snowden'
Film Review: The surprise of Oliver Stone's "Snowden" is that Stone, master of left-wing political thrillers, plays it fairly straight
James Patterson's New Book Has a Killer Title
A new novel from James Patterson has a title that calls for a disclaimer and a spoiler alert: "The Murder of Stephen King"
Debate Preview and New Strategies on the Trail
A debate preview and new strategies on the trail. On ABC's Rick Klein with the latest in politics this week. There they were in one place the two candidates making the case for who would be the better commander in chief my opponent was for the war in Iraq he says he wasn't. You can. You can go back
The Note: Trump’s Putin Praise Continues
NOTABLES --TRUMP ON PUTIN: Less than 24 hours after Donald Trump praised Vladimir Putin during NBC News' "Commander-In-Chief Forum" -- he said the Russian president is "stronger" than President Obama -- the Republican presidential nominee was interviewed over the phone by the Kremlin-backed TV
Clinton, Trump Continue to Battle Over National Security
The presidential candidates ramped up their attacks after participating in a national security forum.
Donald Trump Responds to Accusations of Flip-Flopping on Iraq War
Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump attempted to clarify his original position on the Iraq War during a speech in Cleveland today, a day after inconsistencies in his stance became a centerpiece of a town hall featuring veterans and their families. "Iraq is one of the biggest differences