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Jill Stein on debates: Let me in!

Green Party presidential candidate Jill Stein missed the cut for the first presidential debate because of low polling, but on Friday she released an op-ed ...

September 23 CNN POLITICS

Obama to Charlotte: There's a right way and a wrong way to protest

President Obama said violence is "the wrong way" to protest against police shootings.         

September 23 USA TODAY - WASHINGTON

N.C. congressman apologizes after saying protesters 'hate white people'

Rep. Robert Pittenger, R-N.C., apologized on Thursday for saying that protesters in Charlotte “hate white people, because white people are successful and ...

September 23 USA TODAY - WASHINGTON

GOP Reaction to Shootings Protests Hinders Efforts to Win Minority Votes

Doug Heye: If one looks beyond the human tragedy in these shooting and riot incidents and considers events only through a political lens, a variety of ...

September 23 WASHINGTON WIRE (WALL STREET JOURNAL)

Forget about climate change, sun will someday encompass Earth

Libertarian candidate for president Gary Johnson believes that humans aren't being shortsighted by ignoring climate change but are simply taking the "long-term ...

September 23 USA TODAY - WASHINGTON

National poll: Clinton leads Trump by 6 ahead of debate

Hillary Clinton holds a solid 6-point lead over Donald Trump heading into the first presidential debate next Monday, according to a new national poll released ...

September 23 CNN POLITICS

Why Donald Trump Is Winning Iowa

David Kochel: Donald Trump is poised to win Iowa, a state carried by Democrats in six of the past seven presidential elections.

September 23 WASHINGTON WIRE (WALL STREET JOURNAL)

Donald Trump Campaign Releases New List of Potential Supreme Court Picks

Donald Trump’s campaign on Friday morning released a list of ten more people the Republican nominee is pledging to consider for Supreme Court nominations, ...

September 23 WASHINGTON WIRE (WALL STREET JOURNAL)

The 2016 Race: It Lives. Birtherism Is Diminished but Far From Dead.

A new poll shows that fewer Americans now believe in the myth about President Obama’s birth, although it continues to linger among a subset of the public.

September 23 NEW YORK TIMES POLITICS

Who, When, Where: Guide to the First Clinton-Trump Presidential Debate

The first general-election debate of the 2016 presidential campaign takes place on Monday, Sept. 26, at Hofstra University in Hempstead, N.Y. Here are details ...

September 23 WASHINGTON WIRE (WALL STREET JOURNAL)

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