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09/26/16: First Presidential Debate
Presidential candidates Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump meet at Hofstra University.
The Latest: Updates From the 1st Presidential Debate
The verdict is in on social media: The most-discussed moment of the debate on Twitter and Facebook was when Donald Trump claimed his temperament is "his strongest asset."
Presidential Nominees Debate Race Relations, Police-Involved Shootings in the US
Remove and our next segment talking about America's direction and let's start by talking about race. The share of Americans who say race relations are bad in this country is a high suspend decades much of an amplified by shootings of African Americans by police. As we've seen recently in Charlotte
Donald Trump's 'Softening' on Immigration Is His Latest Flip-Flop
Today marks the one-year anniversary of Donald Trump’s descending the escalators inside his eponymous New York tower and into the presidential campaign. He has been quite vocal throughout his White House bid and, during that time, has changed his stance on several issues. Trump 's shift in tone on
Nancy Pelosi Tells Assembled Democrats to Look 'Onward to Victory'
House Democratic Leader Contrasts her Party With Republicans: "Our convention is different, and so is our mission."
Emotions Run High on Capitol Hill After Dallas Shooting
Members of Congress struggled today to come to grips with the overnight shooting in Dallas that killed five law enforcement officers, the latest attack in a string of violent episodes that have touched off a divisive gun control debate on Capitol Hill between Democrats and Republicans. "This has
Rights Groups Air Concern Over Proposed Terrorist Watch List Gun Ban
Inclusion on so-called terrorist watch lists, which draw from a database of about 1.5 million names, is being touted as a possible criterion for limiting guns sales in the U.S., prompting concern over errors that have seen innocent people flagged under the system. An ABC News/Washington Post poll
Democrats Vow to Continue Gun Control Protests as House Adjourns
The U.S. House of Representatives finally adjourned until July 5 after sit-in protests by Democrats halted business in the chamber for more than 17 hours. Despite the decision to end the legislative session, more than a dozen Democratic members, including Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi, D-Calif.,
Senators Introduce Bipartisan Gun Proposal, But Skepticism Remains
Five Democrats and four Republicans: it’s rare to see such a bipartisan press conference in the Senate, especially on an issue as volatile as gun safety. But that was the makeup at an event today (four Democrats and one Democrat-caucusing Independent, to be exact) announcing a bipartisan bill on
GOP Senator's 'Plea for Bipartisan Action' on Gun Laws
Sen. Susan Collins outlines a plan which would block guns from people on the federal no-fly list.