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Obama Hammers Down-Ballot Republicans as Clinton Maintains Lead
President Obama continued his assault on down-ballot Republicans in Nevada Sunday, criticizing Senate candidate Joe Heck and the GOP at large for enabling Donald Trump , while urging Nevadans to send Democrats to Congress. "Presidents can't do everything on their own," Obama said. "We can't elect
With Email Dumps, WikiLeaks Tests Power of Full Transparency
With thousands of stolen emails released, WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange is testing a hypothesis he first outlined nearly a decade ago: Can total transparency defeat an entrenched group of insiders
Germany: Officer Dies After Raid on Anti-Gov't Extremist
A German police officer has died a day after being shot by an anti-government extremist during a raid
What to Expect From Clinton in the Final Presidential Debate
ABC News' MaryAlice Parks reports from the spin room at the University of Las Vegas Nevada, the site of the last presidential debate.
What Will Be the Biggest Issues in the Third Presidential Debate?
ABC News' MaryAlice Parks and Josh Haskell tell us what to expect in tonight's presidential debate.
VIEWERS' GUIDE: Mind Games, Closing Arguments in Round 3
Get ready for Round 3 of the presidential debates, with all sides wondering just how low things will go
Germany: 4 Police Wounded in Raid on Anti-Gov't Extremist
An anti-government extremist opened fire on police in southern Germany during a raid Wednesday in which they had planned to confiscate his weapons, and four officers were wounded, authorities said
Lewis Hamilton on dealing with fame, adversity and the media spotlight
One decade ago Lewis Hamilton was preparing for his first season in Formula One. Within motor racing circles his talent had been recognised, but away from the track he was still relatively unknown. His whole life up to that point had been about chasing his boyhood dream of racing in Formula One
VIEWERS' GUIDE: Candidates Hone Final Arguments for Round 3
It was barely three weeks ago that Donald Trump opened the first presidential debate by asking, with faux deference, if it was OK to refer to his opponent as "Secretary Clinton." By Round 2 he was back to calling Hillary Clinton "the devil." Since then, the Republican candidate's scorched-earth