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Hillary Clinton will stress the need for the U.S. to uphold its commitments to NATO and the role of diplomacy to avoid war in a speech Monday morning to a prominent veterans group.
Today on the campaign trail and more of the biggest news stories and exclusive features from Washington on politics, policy, financial regulation and defense.
Democratic delegates and other convention-goers will get a series of stark reminders this week in Philadelphia that the union organizers who have been among the loudest advocates for a $15-per-hour wage floor have also sought carve-outs to allow companies to pay their own members less if they hire union workers.
Eight years ago this summer, Hillary Clinton's presidential campaign ended with a loss. Her comeback was a rocky one and the rival who made it so will be front-and-center at the Wells Fargo Center in Philadelphia.
Jim Manley: Debbie Wasserman Schultz's decision to step down and try to avoid fanning the flames was the right one--but a day late and a dollar short.
At a lively Sunday march in support of former Democratic presidential candidate Bernie Sanders, chants of "lock her up," "Hillary for Prison" signs and t-shirts and calls for indictment were common among the most ardent supporters of Sanders.
Presumptive Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton said she was saddened by chants at the Republican Convention calling for her incarceration for the use of a private email server while she was secretary of state.
Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump threatened to pull the U.S. out of the World Trade Organization Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump.
Former New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg, who considered an independent presidential run of his own this year, will endorse Democrat Hillary Clinton and speak at her convention this week.
President Barack Obama turned up his attacks on Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump, saying Mr. Trump's stances on Muslims and NATO showed he was unqualified to hold the government's highest office and worked in the interest of American enemies.
Donald Trump said he would fund efforts to defeat Texas Senator Ted Cruz and Ohio Governor John Kasich, primary rivals who refused to endorse him in his race against Democrat Hillary Clinton for the presidency.
Former New York City Mayor Rudy Giuliani said the Republican Convention went "way better than reported" and that Ted Cruz's speech Wednesday night helped presidential nominee Donald Trump instead of hurting him.
Hundreds of airport workers who had threatened to strike for a $15 minimum wage have backed down after moving closer to their goal of joining a union that can negotiate higher pay.
When Democrats gather in Philadelphia next week to formally nominate Hillary Clinton as their presidential candidate, several Democratic Senate challengers (hoping to unseat Republican incumbents will be staying behind.
Dan Schnur: Donald Trump has nothing to gain from an ongoing debate over his past comments about Ted Cruz’s wife and father: Not one undecided voter will cast his or her ballot over the resolution of this feud.
Even in his newly bestowed role as Republican presidential nominee, Donald Trump can’t help thinking about his convention as a television show, and a great one. A really, really great one.
Eric Trager: U.S. officials' ability to moderate Turkish President Erdogan’s domestic political behavior is limited.
If there are bleary-eyed delegates at next week's Democratic National Convention, consider this: last call will be later than usual in the host city for them.
President Barack Obama challenged Republican nominee Donald Trump’s grim view of U.S. law-and-order, saying Friday that the country is faring far better on immigration and crime than when he entered office.