July 2016 Archive

The Democrats' Putin dilemma

Donald Trump was the bogeyman of this week’s Democratic national convention. But placing a close second to Trump was Russia’s President, Vladimir Putin. Democrats linked ...

The return of the Luddite president

Whether Hillary Clinton or Donald Trump wins the White House, one thing seems sure: The U.S. will get a president with scant first-hand understanding of ...

How Pennsylvania will be won

In the battle for Pennsylvania’s 20 electoral votes, the east is pitted against the west. Hillary Clinton is focused on turning out the Democratic base ...

Hacker threat extends beyond parties

The furor over the cyberattacks injecting turmoil into Hillary Clinton’s presidential campaign obscures a more pervasive danger to the U.S. political process: Much of it ...

Trump wants three presidential debates, accuses Clinton of rigging schedule

Donald Trump says he wants three presidential debates. But he stands by his complaint that their scheduling is rigged to favor Hillary Clinton. In an ...

Attorney general says 2 boards violated open meetings laws

BISMARCK, N.D. (AP) – The North Dakota attorney general says two governing boards violated state laws on open meetings when the groups failed to outline ...

Mural of swimsuit-clad Hillary Clinton mural causes controversy in Melbourne suburb

A mural depicting Hillary Clinton in a revealing stars-and-stripes swimsuit has caused a commotion in the Australia suburb of Footscray near Melbourne. The mural is ...

Mt. Hood Community College censures board member for meme

GRESHAM, Ore. (AP) – The Mount Hood Community College Board of Directors has censured one of its members who had been pressured to step down ...

Chicago environmentalists accused of bias for cheering Obama library after blocking Lucas museum

The same Chicago environmentalists who blocked filmmaker George Lucas from building a museum last month are now welcoming the nearby Obama presidential library, sparking accusations ...

Speaker: Courts likely to settle dispute over 'copy' weapons

BOSTON (AP) – Massachusetts House Speaker Robert DeLeo says he expects the dispute over Attorney General Maura Healey’s crackdown on so-called copycat assault weapons to ...

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