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In the WSJ's Capital Journal Daybreak newsletter: A look at the latest dump of former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton's emails, Russia's airstrikes in Syria, and breaking news and exclusive features from Washington on politics, policy, financial regulation, defense and more.
The dark mood of the electorate swirls through the latest Wall Street Journal/NBC News poll. But there are a few rays of optimism cutting through the gloom.
Republican Ben Carson raised more than $20 million in the third quarter of the year, more than twice the amount it brought in over the previous quarter, his campaign said Wednesday.
Republican presidential candidate Jeb Bush is expected to surpass his $11.4 million haul from last quarter, according to people involved with the campaign.
Aaron David Miller: The big unknown is whether Russian actions might lead to a diplomatic process that could benefit--or rescue--an Obama administration that has no coherent or effective Syria policy.
Hillary Clinton left the State Department more than two years ago, yet the dispute over her private email account threatens to rage for the next year of the 2016 presidential campaign. Here is a timeline of the key points and dates in Mrs. Clinton’s email use.
Hillary Clinton’s emails from her tenure as secretary of state make clear that she was occupied with all manner of world affairs. They also show how frequently the people around Mrs. Clinton bathe her in flattery. Here's a selection of prime Washington kissing-up.
CNBC on Wednesday released its criteria for deciding which candidates will be allowed to participate in the Oct. 28 primetime debate, and which will be relegated to the earlier event.
A senior aide to then-Secretary of State Hillary Clinton expressed concern that State officials “routinely” used personal email – but not because of record-keeping or security concerns. Rather, she was worried that the agency’s technology system was so bad that it was essentially non-functional.
Hillary Clinton voiced anger over a State Department decision to make U.S. passport application and oversea birth forms gender neutral by scrapping references to “mother” and “father,” worrying that the change would provide partisan fodder for conservatives such as former Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin, a newly-released email shows.
The State Department is releasing the fifth tranche of Hillary Clinton‘s emails on Wednesday. About 6,000 pages of email are being released in this batch. Here are highlights.
The likely next House speaker, Kevin McCarthy, connected Hillary Clinton's falling polling numbers to the House committee investigating the attack on the U.S. compound in Benghazi, Libya. Democrats said it showed GOP motives are political.
Richard V. Reeves and Nathan Joo: Median male earnings are something to worry about, but what matters more is how families can make ends meet in a world in which all adults are breadwinners.
The campaign of Democratic presidential hopeful Bernie Sanders said it reached its goal of one million individual online contributions, the first to make such an announcement this election cycle.
Josh Bivens: Until nominal wage growth picks up considerably, the Federal Reserve has little to fear about price inflation being pushed above its 2% target.
Campaigns are employing a new fundraising line as they try to swell their third-quarter coffers: Pay us to go away, at least for a while.
Clinton Foundation President and Chief Executive Donna Shalala had a stroke on Tuesday evening following the conclusion of the four-day Clinton Global Initiative conference in New York, the foundation said.
In the WSJ's Capital Journal Daybreak newsletter: The latest on budget talks, election 2016 and exclusive features from Washington on politics, policy, financial regulation, defense and more.
Some 58% of Republican primary voters surveyed for the latest WSJ/NBC News poll said they could not envision supporting Sen. Rand Paul, the largest share for any of the GOP candidates polling in the top 10.
As Congress fights over public funding of Planned Parenthood and other budget issues, the U.S. government is again nearing another federal government shutdown. WSJ's Jerry Seib discusses how this is likely to be resolved.