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Hillary Clinton Slams Donald Trump Over Taxes: 'This is Trump to a T'
Hillary Clinton on Monday slammed Donald Trump based on the recent report from the New York Times that the Republican presidential nominee could have avoiding paying any federal income taxes for nearly two decades. "While millions of American families, including mine and yours, were working hard,
President Obama to Finalize Overhaul of Overtime Rule, Boosting Pay for 4.2M Workers
The Obama administration is moving to finalize changes to double the salary threshold of workers entitled to overtime wages. The Department of Labor is set to settle its overtime protections for workers on Wednesday, extending overtime to an estimated 4.2 million additional workers who are not
Surprise! Obama Crashes White House Briefing for College Students
It PPI. Both. Journalists here. You know Josh was speaking forming an element is that right. My daughter but it. Or does. Having Anderson taught him. It was Josh thorough in his briefing. Well I heard you guys were around today so on the stop by and say hello. I also have a bit of breaking news
Sen. Elizabeth Warren: No 'Timeline' on Presidential Endorsement
Sen. Elizabeth Warren has said she has no "timeline" for making an endorsement in the Democratic presidential race . "The way I see it, Democrats are doing exactly what we should be doing," she told NECN in an interview. "I feel an enormous responsibility to make it clear what Democrats stand for."
What Jeb Bush's Education Policy Means For You
Republican presidential candidate Jeb Bush , in an apparent homage to the legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr ., has released his education policy, calling it “the civil rights issue of our time.” The former Florida governor plans to reform the financing system by modifying current college savings
President Obama Talks Health Care and Basketball in Twitter Q&A
President Obama took to Twitter today to answer questions as part of his post-State of the Union visit to Baton Rouge, Louisiana. The president's social media outreach was "part of his effort to engage with Americans about the real progress the American people have made to move our country forward,
Democratic Candidates Debate How to Lower Cost of College Education
Democratic candidates discuss how to reduce the amount of student debt facing Americans at the ABC News Democratic debate.
Congress Is Back to Work: Everything You Need To Know
Congress is back to work today and is rushing headfirst into a series of critical votes and treacherous deadlines, including the Iran agreement, another possible government shutdown and a bill to keep highway projects from stalling. Here’s a look at what’s ahead: IRAN DEAL: WILL OBAMA HAVE TO USE
The Note: Donald Trump's Next Move
NOTABLES --TRUMP RE-CONSIDERING THIRD-PARTY PLEDGE: Donald Trump may soon do what Republican leaders have been asking the billionaire candidate to do -- pledge not to run as an independent candidate for president, a senior Trump adviser told ABC's JONATHAN KARL. Trump refused to take that pledge at