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Donald Trump's Denial of His Reported Remarks on the Balkans

A Serbian news magazine said the GOP presidential nominee called the U.S.-led intervention “a mistake,” but his campaign said the story was a hoax.

Water flows through sediment retention ponds built to reduce heavy metal and chemical contaminants from the Gold King Mine accident.

EPA Employees Responsible for Mine Disaster Will Not Face Criminal Charges

IG launched criminal probe, but U.S. Attorney’s Office has declined to prosecute.

Clinton arrives at Pueblo Memorial Airport in Colorado Wednesday.

What the WikiLeaks Emails Say About Clinton

Conservatives will see corruption and liberals will see corporatism and expedience, but the exchanges simply expose the candidate who’s been there all along.

He may be her VP pick, but he certainly can't ask her questions about her email.

Play of the Day: Clinton, Kaine and Wall Street

Leaked emails suggest the nominee wants open borders and an open financial world market, but her running mate doesn't know anything about that.

Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton campaigns with former Vice President Al Gore in Florida.

How Hillary Clinton Could End Washington's Gridlock

If she’s elected president and follows a more moderate path than Obama, it would strengthen her party and offer the GOP a lifeline.

Play of the Day: Trump is Now Unshackled

The GOP nominee tweets that he can now "fight for America" the way he wants to.

Both Political Parties Believe Next Administration Should Prioritize Performance Management in Agencies

An evidence-based, data-driven approach to policy is the best way to ensure government is operating efficiently and effectively, say current and former government officials.

Imagine seeing this guy toweling off after a workout.

Play of the Day: The 'Locker Room Talk' Excuse

Trump and his surrogates are using an interesting explanation for what the candidate was caught saying on the 2005 tape.

Play of the Day: Donald Trump is Confused About a Few Things

His comments caught on an "Access Hollywood" hot mic suggest he may not understand certain things about human reproduction.

Both Clinton and Trump Said to Be Taking the Presidential Transition Seriously

Career feds advised to swallow frustration and pitch in to help political appointees.

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