Elections 2016

Elections 2016

Trump voters say they’re doing fine but government is lying about economy’s health

There’s a disconnect between economic data suggesting a good and growing economy, and a groundswell of voters who think those numbers are rigged. Interviews with several dozen voters in Western Pennsylvania who support Republican Donald Trump reveal a deeply held distrust of government statistics and programs, a fear that their own relative prosperity is threatened and the strong sense that change is critical in the White House.

Elections 2016

Are Trump towers and hotels across globe now terror risks?

Donald Trump’s name has long been a marketing dream, splashed across skylines at home and abroad in letters sometimes larger than three grown men. Now it may become something else: a target. Already a symbol of American wealth, that big Trump sign soon will be an icon of the American government and its leader. And it will be emblazoned on buildings that could be easier targets than well-guarded U.S. embassies, often in cities with a history of terrorism, experts say.

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Trump and Clinton condemn New York City bombing - Election Rewind

With less than 50 days until election day, Donald Trump responded to the explosion in New York City on Saturday and later tweeted that he was considering suing the New York Times. Meanwhile, Hillary Clinton was in Washington, D.C. supporting President Obama’s legacy at the Congressional Black Caucus gala.
Cristina Rayas McClatchy
Trump and Clinton condemn New York City bombing - Election Rewind 1:38

Trump and Clinton condemn New York City bombing - Election Rewind

Hillary Clinton formally accepts historic nomination for president 5:51

Hillary Clinton formally accepts historic nomination for president

Wes Climer speaks after Rock Hill Senate primary win 0:52

Wes Climer speaks after Rock Hill Senate primary win

Donald Trump protesters get rowdy in Fresno 1:00

Donald Trump protesters get rowdy in Fresno