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The campaign planes for Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump are parked nearby each other on the tarmac at Washington's Ronald Reagan National Airport, Friday.

No Third-Party Candidates in the First Debate

Only Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump will compete in the first contest on September 26.

Play of the Day: Trump Says Clinton Started Birther Movement… and Wants to Build a Big Wall

The GOP nominee blames Clinton for starting the rumor that Obama was born outside the U.S.

An Unrepentant Trump Finally Acknowledges Obama as American

Donald Trump has finally said he believes the president was born in the U.S. What took him so long?

Clinton waves during a rally in Greensboro, North Carolina on Thursday.

Just Why Does Hillary Clinton Want to Be President?

Returning to the trail in North Carolina after a bout with pneumonia, the Democrat sought to calm worries about not just her health but her campaign.

Play of the Day: Mr. Trump Meets Dr. Oz

The candidate tells the TV personality that he sees a "35-year-old" when he looks in the mirror.

IRS chief John Koskinen will have an opportunity to testify.

House Delays IRS Chief Impeachment Vote, Schedules Hearing

IRS expects a “preliminary” event at which Koskinen may testify.

House Votes to Make It Easier to Fire VA Employees

The bill, which the Senate is unlikely to pass, is the latest congressional attempt to improve accountability at the department.

Defense Secretary Ashton Carter speaks with Defense Innovation Unit Experimental employees in California in May.

The Military's Tech Matchmaker Is Getting Ready to Open Its Wallet

Carter says DIUx will also get a new Austin branch, its third after Boston and Silicon Valley.

Play of the Day: Colin Powell's Candid Comments Reflect the American Mood

In stolen emails, the former State Department chief denigrated both Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton.

Rep. Jeff Miller, R-Fla., said the data that the department provided at his request on settlement agreements since 2014 “paints a disturbing picture” of the VA’s use of them.

VA Managers Will Soon Be Able to Track Employee Complaint Data

The data analytics tool, which will be rolled out in November, aims to create more accountability in a department undergoing major culture change.

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