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Democratic National Convention 2016: Fact-Checking the Speakers
The Democratic Party is holding its convention in Philadelphia this week. Every day, ABC News will be fact-checking speakers at the Democratic National Convention . DAY FOUR: Thursday, July 28 Fact Check: Economy Added 15 Million New Private-Sector Jobs Since Obama Inauguration Claim: The economy
Trump Dings Both Clintons in Rollicking Press Conference
Donald Trump made an extraordinary plea for Russia to help find Hillary Clinton's missing emails _ but he hardly stopped there in a scattershot news conference Wednesday.
Indiana GOP Panel Backs Gov. Pence's Preferred Successor
Indiana Republican leaders have chosen Gov. Mike Pence's preferred successor to replace him on the November ballot
House Leader Nancy Pelosi Addresses the Democratic National Convention
Standing with the Democratic Women on the House, she declared "when women succeed, American succeeds."
Trump Says 'Disloyal' Hillary Clinton Threw DNC Chair Debbie Wasserman Schultz 'Under a Bus' in Email Scandal
Donald Trump slammed Hillary Clinton as "disloyal" over the email scandal surrounding outgoing Democratic National Committee Chair Debbie Wasserman Schultz, saying that she "threw her under a bus." In their first public appearance after the Republican National Convention , Trump, alongside running
Strait Talk: Matt & LZ on the Campaign Ahead After Trump, Clinton Win NY Primary
ABC News contributors Matthew Dowd and LZ Granderson take on the 2016 presidential race and talk to Bernie Sanders campaign advisor and two college students.
Ted Cruz Attends 'GMA' Town Hall to Answer Voter Questions
The Texas senator addresses a variety of political topics during a special appearance on "Good Morning America."
John Kasich Delivers Remarks on 'Super Saturday'
The Republican candidate remains in the race for president regardless of his current standing in the polls.
Ted Cruz's South Carolina Primary Speech
The Republican presidential candidate says, "If you are a conservative, this is where you belong."
John Kasich Thanks Supporters in New Hampshire
The Republican presidential candidate finished second behind Trump in the New Hampshire primary.