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'You are fascinated with sex': Newt Gingrich unloads on Megyn Kelly

The former House speaker took exception to Kelly wondering if Trump is a "sexual predator."        

Trump: 'I'd love' to fight 'Mr. Tough Guy,' Joe Biden

Last week, Biden said he'd like to take Trump "behind the gym."        

North Korean Denuclearization Is ‘a Lost Cause,’ U.S. Intelligence Chief Says

At the Council on Foreign Relations, James R. Clapper Jr. also said he “wouldn’t put it past” Russia to shoot down an American plane in Syria if a no-fly zone were imposed.

Black Voters on Donald Trump: We’ve Heard It All Before

For many black Americans, Mr. Trump is a familiar figure whose candidacy is exposing to others the diminishing words they have heard their whole lives.

In Bridge Trial, Prosecutors Portray Ex-Christie Aide as Eager Warrior

Prosecutors used texts and emails to show how Bridge Anne Kelly, a former aide to Gov. Chris Christie, modeled herself after him and iced out his political foes.

Federal Judge Dismisses Lawsuit of Former Guantánamo Detainee

Shawali Khan’s case was notable because he pursued a habeas corpus lawsuit even after he was no longer in United States custody.

About New York: Question in George Washington Bridge Trial: Who’s Been Fooling Whom?

Bridget Anne Kelly, a defendant who worked for Gov. Chris Christie of New Jersey, testified that she was in an “alternate universe” because of colleagues’ faulty memories.

NYT: Bar Association backs away from 'Trump libel bully' report

The American Bar Association backed away from the "libel bully" label out of fear of a lawsuit, The New York Times reported.        

Colin Powell says he plans to vote for Clinton, reports say

Powell announced his support for Clinton at an event on Long Island, according to CNN and The New York Times.        

WikiLeaks release reveals internal concern over handling of Clinton emails

"Why didn't they get this stuff out like 18 months ago?" one adviser asked.        

‘We Need to Clean This Up’: Clinton Aide’s Newly Public Email Shows Concern

The latest hacked emails from WikiLeaks highlight how the news that Hillary Clinton used a private server sent the White House and her campaign scrambling.

Colin Powell Says He’ll Vote for Hillary Clinton

The Republican and former secretary of state told a trade group on Long Island that Donald J. Trump would take the country back 50 years if elected, one attendee said.

Donald Trump Says ‘Obamacare Is Just Blowing Up,’ Citing Rate Increases

The Trump campaign, desperate for a winning political issue in the final two weeks of the race, mounted an offensive against the Affordable Care Act.

Trump contradicts himself on Obamacare attack

Donald Trump muddled his attack on Obamacare during an event in Florida Tuesday.        

Economic Scene: If Immigration Can’t Be Stopped, Maybe It Can Be Managed

The United States can choose what kind of low-skilled immigration it will have, legal or illegal, and specialists say legal is undoubtedly better.

Poll: Trump and Clinton in virtual tie in Arizona

The single point between Trump and Clinton is well within the margin of error.        

Facebook chatter about Trump/Pence is now 60% women

Women make up larger share of Facebook conversation about GOP ticket than about Clinton.        

‘I Had a Scary Dream About Donald Trump’: Muslim Parents Face a Tense Election

Across the country, Muslims have been addressing with their children a news cycle that includes Mr. Trump’s calls to kick Muslims out of the United States and the recent bombing in Manhattan.

Trump has law enforcement, military support 'conceptually'

Trump says he has law enforcement and military endorsements locked down — at least in the abstract.        

Voters Fear Their Ballot Won’t Count, Poll Shows

A survey shows that, despite scant evidence of widespread voter fraud, Americans are deeply ambivalent about the electoral process.

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