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Scholars of American politics say Mr. Trump is using international issues as a medium to connect with voters’ gut-level fears and desires.
A report by the Anti-Defamation League found a significant uptick in anti-Semitic posts starting early this year, when the presidential race began to intensify.
Volunteers coached inmates in the intricacies of researching, organizing and presenting their cases no matter the topic or point of view.
In response to a Trump campaign plan at the last debate to parade women who accused Mr. Clinton of sexual assault into the hall, the Clinton campaign has gained approval to change entry protocol.
Brian McCauley said “all bets were off,” though, once he found out the email in question involved the 2012 attack in Benghazi, Libya.
Lt. Gen. Michael T. Flynn appears likely to emerge as the angry voice of what could best be described as the alternative right of the American national security establishment.
In a speech marked by several forays into other topics, Mr. Trump unveiled a policy proposal intended to strengthen his populist, anti-Washington appeal.
The candidate has issued dark warnings about a “stolen” election, using language that is stirring fears of voter intimidation in minority communities.
As women have come forward to accuse Donald Trump of groping them without their consent, the accusations have raised interest in the legal rules about such contact.
A People magazine article contains comments supporting the accusation of Natasha Stoynoff, a writer for the magazine.
In a letter, the experts in science, medicine and economics argued for “a president who will support and advance policies that will enable science and technology to flourish.”
The American appetite for trucks and S.U.V.s is a reason to keep 3,700 jobs at a Michigan plant. But Ford can’t afford to build small cars there.
The group, Priorities USA, will air ads attacking Republican senators in New Hampshire and Pennsylvania, a move made possible by Hillary Clinton’s lead over Mr. Trump.
The Clinton campaign senses a rare opportunity to block Mr. Trump’s narrow path to victory by making inroads with a prized group of voters.
In March, a hacked email shows, Mrs. Clinton was presented with a “first cut” list of vice-presidential prospects by her campaign chairman.
Hillary Clinton wants to increase tax credits to fight child poverty, but the Russell Sage Foundation has a bolder plan: providing each child with $250 a month.
With a couple of breaks and more fortunate timing, many of the Vermont senator’s supporters believe that he really, truly could have been president.
History, race, religion, identity, geography: The 2012 election county-level map has many stories to tell.
We talk numbers with Nate Cohn, a reporter for The Upshot and our most trusted translator of polls.
In Wisconsin, a crucial swing state, one teacher has aimed for civility in class, but has struggled to discuss the shocking tone of the presidential race.