NEW YORK -- The day after the final presidential debate, where each charged the other with being a crook, a liar and a puppet, Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton honored a tradition that had them sitting down to dinner ...Read more
WASHINGTON -- With the Senate in play and Democrats sensing gains in the House, White House aides say President Barack Obama will get more and more involved in down-ballot races as Election Day nears.
Until Thursday, ...Read more
Add Michael Steele to the list.
Steele, the former Republican National Committee chairman, will not vote for Donald Trump, the GOP presidential nominee.
He made the announcement Thursday at a San Francisco dinner hosted ...Read more
FLETCHER, N.C. -- Donald Trump looked out at a sea of supporters inside an airy exhibition center Friday and noted the pink "Women for Trump" signs.
He mentioned the size of the crowd, which was smaller than usual but ...Read more
FLETCHER, N.C. -- Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump told supporters in North Carolina on Friday that he will bring jobs back if he is elected, and said businesses won't move positions abroad.
"Your companies ...Read more
WASHINGTON -- If anyone is rigging the election against Donald Trump, it's Donald Trump -- by disempowering his own voters.
Yes, Trump once (accidentally, presumably) told rally-goers to "make sure you get out and vote ...Read more
UNESCO, the United Nations organization supposedly in charge of education, science and culture, has passed many insane resolutions in the past. But its latest vote to essentially deny Jewish and Christian ties to Jerusalem...Read more
WASHINGTON -- Donald Trump was largely derided when he called Hillary Clinton "a nasty woman" during the third presidential debate, but Texas Rep. Brian Babin said the Republican presidential candidate should have.
The Starseeker GambitMr. Robert E. Birnschein
The starship Eagle is part of a slowly growing interstellar fleet tasked with searching nearby star systems to find a suitable life-supporting planet for a burgeoning humanity to colonize. Crewed by daring civilian explorers and planetary scientists the ship has crossed hundreds of light ...
In less than three weeks, either Hillary Clinton or Donald Trump will be elected president of the United States -- and if it feels like we've already heard enough about sexism and misogyny, get ready: The next four years ...Read more
WASHINGTON -- Ex-Fox News anchor Gretchen Carlson says she will testify before Congress after the election.
Time magazine reported on Friday that the former "Fox & Friends" co-host will testify about forced arbitration, ...Read more
It takes so little to offend us these days. "Bad hombres." "Nasty woman." "Baby."
During Wednesday night's debate, all sorts of people got their sombreros, bra straps and pacifiers in a twist over comments Donald Trump ...Read more
WASHINGTON -- Even as the country recoils, justifiably, from the prospect of Donald Trump threatening not to respect the election results, let us not lose sight of the mounting evidence of Trump's mistreatment of women -- ...Read more
His daughter knew what to say. So did his running mate and his campaign manager. They all knew the question was coming. And the answer was simple: Yes -- barring some extraordinary circumstances, such as what happened in...Read more
WASHINGTON -- A new poll shows Donald Trump trailing Hillary Clinton by double digits in Virginia as independents turn toward the Democratic presidential nominee.
Clinton leads in Virginia with 45 percent of likely voters...Read more
WASHINGTON -- Heading toward Election Day in the U.S., hackers may target your inbox instead of the ballot box.
It's difficult to alter overall ballot counts in the U.S., which doesn't have a centralized voting system, ...Read more
NEW YORK -- There's a new, deep-pocketed liberal donor in town.
It's called the Civic Participation Action Fund, and it's run by a man named Stephen McConnell in Washington. Formed last year with $50 million, it has ...Read more
Because of what came later -- Donald Trump's refusal to say whether he'd accept the results of the election -- Hillary Clinton's similar, if somewhat less incendiary, remark about our system's legitimacy went nearly ...Read more
WASHINGTON -- Reality TV is about winning. It doesn't matter how you manage to be a "survivor," so long as you stay on the island. That's the sensibility that Donald Trump, the ultimate reality-television star, brings to ...Read more
NEW YORK -- The battle for Mosul will soon demonstrate that the key to success is not that Washington should have surprised the Islamic State or "bombed the hell" out of it. Around 100,000 coalition forces are involved in ...Read more
WASHINGTON -- The case against Hillary Clinton could have been written before the recent WikiLeaks and FBI disclosures. But these documents do provide hard textual backup.
The most sensational disclosure was the proposed ...Read more
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