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46 Claims Filed in 2 Months to Priest Abuse Victims Program
In less than two months, 46 people have filed claims for compensation from a program for people abused by Roman Catholic priests in New York
5 Missteps that May Have Doomed the Clinton Campaign
Less than 24 hours ago, polls showed Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton with a slight edge, one that led some experts to label her the front-runner to become the first female president in U.S. history. Today, the atmosphere in the Democratic stronghold of New York City, where she took the stage to
Key Moments of the 2016 Election
As this historic and wildly unpredictable election comes to a close on Election Day, it may be hard to remember how America got here. It began with five candidates hoping to be the Democratic nominee -- Hillary Clinton , Bernie Sanders , Martin O’Malley, Lincoln Chafee and Jim Webb . And on the
Trump Attacks Media, Clintons After Sexual Assault Allegations
Trump alleged a global conspiracy against his candidacy and took direct aim at People reporter Natasha Stoynoff, who claimed Trump sexually assaulted her during an interview.
The Note: 28 Days Until Election Day
COUNTDOWN TO ELECTION DAY: 28 days Reporter's Notebook: In the Eye of the Trump Firestorm. It started on a Friday afternoon. The debate was two days away and Donald Trump was supposed to travel to Wisconsin the next day for an appearance at the Elkhorn Fall Fest. The press was excited for fried
How the Debates Affect the Polls
FiveThirtyEight's Walter Hickey talks about the impact of the debates on voters' opinions.
White House Slams Congress for 'Buyer's Remorse' Over 9 /11 Bill
The White House slammed Congress for questioning the effects of a bill that would allow individuals to sue foreign governments after overriding President Obama's veto of the measure, saying that lawmakers were beginning to have "buyer's remorse" and saying that "ignorance is not an excuse."
Donald Trump Resurfaces Attack Lines He Didn't Use in Debate
Ever since Donald Trump left the stage at Hofstra University after the first presidential debate of the season, he has been talking about all the things he would have done differently. From the moment he made the unusual move of stopping by the "spin" room after Monday night's debate, Trump started
Congress Overrides President Obama's Veto of 9 /11 Lawsuit Bill
No President Obama just suck as the president override his presidency will congress rejected his big show. Of the 9/11 bill that would allow victims' families to sue the Saudi Arabian government. For having a role in the 9/11 attacks now. Out at the risk. Getting a lot of heat for best I find I I I
Senior Aide Blames Donald Trump for Debate Performance
The aide told ABC News that Trump's debate failures stem from "more of a lack of execution than preparation" and that Trump "lost his nerve."