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The Democratic presidential nominee waits until Sunday's debate to weigh in on a 2005 video that surfaced Friday.
Matthew collapsed dunes along the state's 663 miles of beaches, washing away vital parts of the coast.
The GOP presidential nominee "pumps himself up by putting other people down," the president says.
Demonstrators call for an attack on Saudi Arabia after a Saudi-led airstrike kills more than 140 people.
Authorities are still unsure of the extent of the damage caused by Hurricane Matthew.
Former New York Mayor Rudy Giuliani downplays the GOP nominee’s leaked comments on "Meet the Press."
Blamed for at least 10 deaths, the storm dumped more than a foot of rain as far as 100 miles inland.
An eastbound Long Island Rail Road train strikes a work train, leaving as many as 40 people injured.
The badly wounded GOP nominee could be even more unpredictable than usual in the second debate with his rival.
House Speaker Paul Ryan disinvited the Republican presidential nominee to a Wisconsin rally amid the firestorm over a 2005 leaked tape.
The Indiana governor is letting Donald Trump speak for himself in wake of the lewd comments he made about women.
Former Republican presidential candidate and Ohio Gov. John Kasich says he is not surprised by recent revelations.
Presidential campaigns can turn over rocks, exposing a world of creepy crawlers beneath.
In three newspaper interviews, the nominee says there is "zero chance" that he will quit the race.
The disease surfaces amid massive flooding and homelessness in the wake of Hurricane Matthew.
Police issue an alert after finding explosives in a raid on an apartment in the eastern city of Chemnitz.
Leading figures in the party condemned his recorded statements as unacceptable and appalling.
Trump's bro-talk dehumanizes women, experts say. And they fear its repercussions if he's elected president.
Portions of her speeches to Wall Street executives are included in emails exchanged among her political staff.
The firestorm over Donald Trump's vulgar comments doesn't necessarily mean he'll refrain from sordid remarks on Sunday.