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John McCain Says Donald Trump’s Remarks Will Hurt Him Among Veterans

"I think he may owe an apology to the families and those that have sacrificed in conflict and those who have undergone the prison experience in serving their country," John McCain said of Donald J. Trump.

Hillary Clinton Criticizes Republicans in Arkansas Homecoming

Hillary Rodham Clinton returned to Arkansas, where she and her husband began their political ascent, delivering a fiery critique of Republican policies and a pep talk of sorts for Democrats who suffered losses in the midterm electio...

Today in Politics: Backlash Against Trump Is Far From Unanimous

The Republican Party will begin another week facing questions about Mr. Trump, the bellicose real estate developer who on Saturday questioned the heroics of Senator John McCain, a former prisoner of war.

Republican Presidential Candidates Defend McCain and Denounce Trump

The Republican presidential candidates condemned Donald J. Trump's comments criticizing Senator John McCain's war record.

First Draft Focus: The Week in Political Pictures

A presidential first behind bars, Scott Walker joins the race and the 2016 campaign rolls along.

Pro-Israel Aipac Creates Group to Lobby Against the Iran Deal

The American Israel Public Affairs Committee has formed a tax-exempt lobbying group with the sole mission of educating the public "about the dangers of the proposed Iran deal."

David Brock, Key Hillary Clinton Ally, to Work More Closely With Her Campaign

In the world of outside supporters to Hillary Rodham Clinton, no one has a more visible, and singular, role than David Brock, her former critic-turned-guardian.

Job at Hillary Clinton’s ‘Super PAC’ Didn’t Assure a Campaign Post

Fewer than 15 of the former employees at the "super PAC" supporting Hillary Rodham Clinton were later hired by her campaign after the organization went dormant.

Today in Politics: Organizers Build Up Events in Iowa, and the Candidates Come

The Iowa caucuses are more than six months away, but party activists in the state will get the chance to size up several Republican presidential candidates at one time this weekend.

‘Tracker’ Linked to Hillary Clinton PAC Is Spotted at a Martin O’Malley Event

A so-called tracker with a "super PAC" coordinating with Mrs. Clinton's campaign was spotted at an O'Malley campaign event in Iowa.

Profit-Sharing ‘Makes Good Business Sense,’ Hillary Clinton Says

Granting tax incentives to persuade corporations to share more of their profits with employees is one of the freshest ideas to emerge from Hillary Rodham Clinton’s recently announced economic agenda.

Jeb Bush’s Uber Ride: A Journey and an Economic Message

When Jeb Bush summoned a car from Uber car while in San Francisco, more than a dozen reporters surrounded him as he exited the vehicle from the hail-a-ride service.

Verbatim: Rick Perry Lashes Out at Donald Trump

" I have a message for my fellow Republicans and the independents who will be voting in the primary process: what Mr. Trump is offering is not conservatism, it is Trump-ism – a toxic mix of demagoguery and nonsense." — Rick Perry

Scott Walker Sees the South as Pivotal to the Nomination

Gov. Scott Walker of Wisconsin told supporters in Atlanta that the March 1 primaries through much of the South could be important to his chances of succeeding in the Republican presidential nominating contest.

Scott Walker Walks a Conservative Tightrope in New Hampshire

Asked while campaigning in New Hampshire if he considered himself an independent or a conservative, Gov. Scott Walker of Wisconsin paused, then said, “I’m an American, that’s what I am."

A Rally for Bernie Sanders May Wind Up in Your Living Room

On July 29, Senator Bernie Sanders's campaign will host coordinated house parties and organizing rallies around the world, where he’ll be beamed in via a livestream link.

Obama Fund-Raisers Hold Brooklyn Event for Hillary Clinton

A fund-raising event at the home of Hildy Kuryk on July 27 will feature many people from President Obama's campaign-finance team, as well as Hillary Rodham Clinton's current group of advisers.

Verbatim: John McCain Says Donald Trump Has ‘Fired up the Crazies’

Senator John McCain worries that Donald J. Trump's remarks about immigrants are stirring up the extreme elements of the Republican Party.

Hillary Clinton’s ‘Hillblazers’ List Is a Who’s Who of Big Donors

Hillary Rodham Clinton's presidential campaign put out a list Wednesday of supporters from Wall Street to Hollywood who have raised at least $100,000 for her campaign by hosting events.

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