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Hillary Clinton Clobbers Donald Trump in Fundraising, Reports Show
Donald Trump was dominated in fundraising by opponent Hillary Clinton last month as he kicked off his general election campaign. Financial disclosure documents show Hillary Clinton raised $19.7 million in May, although her campaign said she had raised millions more through a joint effort with the
Many Experienced GOP Strategists Unwilling to Work for Trump
Donald Trump has finally acknowledged that to best compete against Hillary Clinton he needs more than the bare-bones campaign team that led him to primary success
Ruling Delights Conservatives, Leaves Larger Issues in Limbo
The Supreme Court's deadlock on the White House's efforts to shield millions living in the U.S. illegally from deportation is a major victory-by-default for Texas and 25 other Republican-dominated states
Dump Trump Movement Preparing Fight at GOP Convention
Several hundred Republican delegates are organizing to oppose Donald Trump at the party's national convention next month
The Latest: Trump Calls Clinton Campaign Funds 'Blood Money'
Donald Trump is suggesting that Hillary Clinton's commanding fundraising lead is attributable to the "blood money" she has raised
Trump's Changes Coming Too Late? Republicans Worrying
Republicans increasingly fear Donald Trump is missing valuable opportunities to build an effective case against Democratic rival Hillary Clinton, compounding their concerns about his campaign's lack of preparedness for the general election
Walker Says Delegates Should Vote Their Conscience on Trump
Wisconsin Gov. Scott Walker says he agrees that delegates to the Republican national convention should be free to vote their conscience, even if that means not supporting presumptive nominee Donald Trump
Strait Talk in Detroit
Matt Dowd & LZ Granderson head back to their hometown to talk about the race for the White House as the general election heats up.
4 Senate Gun Measures Fail After Orlando Shooting
The Senate voted down four gun control measures Monday evening, with Republicans and Democrats largely divided along party lines over how best to respond to the Orlando nightclub shooting more than one week ago. The last time a mass shooting spurred senators to action was in December 2015, after