September 2016 Archive

Trump and allies digging into attacks on beauty queen

Donald Trump and his allies are refusing to let up on their attacks on former Miss Universe Alicia Machado, with Newt Gingrich shaming her for ...

Hill Republicans bet it all on Pence

John McCain pointed to the door of Senate subway train, telling a reporter recently to get out “if you’re going to ask about Trump.” Informed ...

Trump ignores advice and launches Bill Clinton attack

Everyone but Donald Trump and his most ardent supporters recognize that Donald Trump lost Monday night’s debate. And because of the candidate’s stubborn disbelief in ...

Trump's Russian roulette

The Hillary Clinton campaign is meeting with swing-state leaders of Eastern European descent, encouraging ethnic debate watch parties and phone banks, and scheduling conference calls ...

Post-debate poll: Clinton up 7 on Trump in Michigan

Hillary Clinton has pulled 7 percentage points ahead of Donald Trump in Michigan in the first statewide polls conducted after Monday night’s presidential debate. The ...

Man who sparked Central California wildfire sentenced

BAKERSFIELD, Calif. (AP) – A man who sparked a 45-square-mile wildfire in Central California has pleaded guilty to burning timber and giving false information to ...

Donald Trump ready to release his inner warrior at next debate

For the sixth time, Donald Trump is bypassing the media and traditional pollsters and going directly to his followers for insight. The Republican presidential nominee ...

Florida lawmaker pleads guilty in campaign cash fraud case

JACKSONVILLE, Fla. (AP) – A state representative from Jacksonville accused of using more than $65,000 in campaign contributions on personal expenses has pleaded guilty to ...

Obama operatives stripped Judical Watch of 'media' status, overcharged for FOIA requests

Political operatives within the Obama administration wrongly punished conservative legal group Judicial Watch, stripping it of “media” status and trying to force it to pay ...

Trial date set for former New Mexico senator

ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. (AP) – Former New Mexico Sen. Phil Griego will stand trial more than a year from now in a corruption case linked to ...

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