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The U.S. Chamber of Commerce is launching an initiative Monday that enlists the business community to boost turnout and early voting ahead of the November elections.
With public opinion polls showing a tightening presidential race in several key battlegrounds, a Wisconsin-based super PAC is spending $1.25 million on a two-week television ad that aims to do the same in its state for Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump.
Alice M. Rivlin: The Federal Reserve’s Open Market Committee meets this week amid a frenzy of speculation in financial news and related media. But why all the fuss?
With just 50 days before Election Day 2016, most attention on Sunday’s morning news programs focused on the presidential campaign. Here are some notable quotes:
Separate weekend explosions in New York and New Jersey became a source of contention among presidential campaign leaders who debated Sunday whether the incidents signaled acts of terrorism or "lone wolf" events.
Donald Trump’s defenders tried to deflect attention from the question of why it took him five years to concede that President Barack Obama was born in the United States by blaming the campaign of Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton.
Drew Altman: Whatever the new Congress does, one of the most pressing questions in health care is shaping up as: How much cost-sharing is too much and for whom?
At a campaign stop in Houston, where he met with families of people killed by illegal immigrants, Donald Trump once more asserted a hard-line stance on border security and deportation, backing away from the more conciliatory tone he briefly adopted last month.
Eric Trager: This is why the Egyptian government is unlikely to end its crackdown on the Brotherhood and other Islamist groups anytime soon.
First Lady Michelle Obama on Friday campaigned for the first time for Democrat Hillary Clinton, delivering an emphatic endorsement and imploring young voters to head to the polls on Election Day.
A look at Donald Trump's past statements in which he questioned whether President Barack Obama's was born in the U.S.
Libertarian presidential candidate Gary Johnson and Jill Stein of the Green Party have failed to qualify for the first general election debate, in a significant blow to their already long-shot presidential campaigns.
Donald Trump picked up the endorsement of the nation's largest law-and-order group, the Fraternal Order of Police.
Hillary Clinton on Friday turned her attention to firing up one of the most loyal constituencies in the Democratic Party, portraying the November election against Republican Donald Trump as an existential choice.
Senate Minority Leader Harry Reid, set to retire this year after three decades in the Senate, called Donald Trump a “spoiled brat” and “human leech,” mocked his signature hat and basically called him fat. And that’s just this week.
Mr. Trump’s revised tax proposal appears to respond to some of the criticisms leveled at his plan over the past year and since he previewed changes in August. What's changed -- and what potential problems remain?
Stephen Sestanovich: In a real democracy elections decide who wins, and who rules. The Duma elections on Sunday will not. Even so, they will help us measure the state of Putinism.
Ohio's Republican Gov. John Kasich pleaded for bipartisan cooperation in Washington in an unusual appearance at the White House on Friday, describing himself as "extremely concerned" about the state of politics in the nation's capit...
Next Gen Climate, a liberal environmental group founded by hedge fund manager Tom Steyer, is sounding the alarm at the lack of movement among millennial voters towards Hillary Clinton.
Republican Donald Trump’s children are headlining fundraisers for two different super PACs supporting their father’s campaign, sending mixed messages to top donors about where to direct their funds.