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Hillary Clinton's Health Scare Raises Transparency Questions
Clinton's campaign revealed she had been diagnosed with pneumonia after video captured the presidential candidate seemingly falling ill.
Bernie Sanders' New Political Group Raises Campaign Finance Questions
As a Democratic presidential candidate , Sen. Bernie Sanders put campaign finance reform at the center of his campaign agenda. But a new organization formed by the Vermont independent to continue his political revolution across the country may be venturing into uncharted legal territory, according
Lawmakers Urge FTC to Investigate 'Dark Money' Group Attacking Consumer Watchdog Group
Some lawmakers are trying to find out who's paying so-called "dark money" for ads attacking the watchdog group Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB). Protect America's Consumers, a political lobbying group, has spent nearly $58,000 on cable TV and online ads disparaging the nearly 5-year-old
Nancy Reagan's Funeral
The former first lady was laid to rest alongside her husband, President Ronald Reagan.
Nancy Reagan's Daughter Gets Laughs at Funeral
Now we'll hear from patty Davis. The daughter of Nancy and Reagan. Kidder rebellious streak often difficult relationship with their momma says she made peace with her parents. When your father was diagnosed with alzheimer's. And she said this week in this he told her once she wasn't afraid to die
A Look Inside Four ‘Stop Trump’ Efforts Against the GOP Front-Runner
There are several groups trying to stop Donald Trump, but what are they actively doing to slow down the Trump Train? From Mitt Romney’s voice to a secret confab and a ramp up of advertising, here are the ways different GOP groups are trying to “Stop Trump.” 1. Romney Robocalls Mitt Romney hasn’t
Clinton Notes Sanders took Wall St. Money, Too
Clinton fires back at Bernie Sanders at Manchester, New Hampshire, after weeks of his criticism over her Wall Street ties.
The Note: Democratic Debate Speed Read
NOTABLES --5 MOMENTS THAT MATTERED AT THE DEBATE: If there was ever a time for the Democratic presidential candidates to sharpen their attacks on each other, Sunday was it. The final debate before the Iowa caucuses between Hillary Clinton, Bernie Sanders and Martin O’Malley laid bare differences
This Week: In A Minute 1.17.2016
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Hillary Clinton 'Flattered' by Karl Rove Attack Ad
Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton laughed off a new attack ad from a Republican super PAC run by Karl Rove during an interview Sunday on “This Week” with George Stephanopoulos. The web spot, titled “Hillary’s Bull Market ,” was launched by American Crossroads , which is run by the