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HillaryClintonPresidentialCampaign2-082616.jpg A new Mason-Dixon Polling & Research survey of likely Florida voters shows Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump essentially tied in the key swing state. The poll showed Clinton with a slim 44 percent to 42 percent lead over Trump in Florida, within the two-point gap within the poll's margin of error.

ClintonCampaignsvideo-082616.jpg The Hilary Clinton Campaign's new video advertisement linking Donald Trump with White supremacists and neo-Nazis has evoked strong criticism by the GOP presidential candidate and top Republican leaders.

Hillary-Trump-082616.jpg Donald Trump has alleged that Hillary Clinton's actions while she was the Secretary of State constitute all elements of a major criminal enterprise. At an election rally in New Hampshire Thursday night, the Republican presidential nominee made a scathing attack on his Democrat rival over the e-mail...

GaryJohnson1-082616.jpg A significant majority of voters want Libertarian Party candidate Gary Johnson to participate in the upcoming presidential debates, according to a Quinnipiac University poll. Sixty-two percent of voters said Johnson should participate in the debates.

CapitolBuilding-082516.jpg In a race that could play a big role in deciding control of the Senate, the results of a Mason-Dixon Polling & Research survey show a statistical tie in the Florida Senate race between Sen. Marco Rubio, F-Fla., and Rep. Patrick Murphy, D-Fla.

DonaldTrumpPresidential3-082516.jpg Amid signs he is softening his stance on illegal immigration, Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump indicated Thursday he will unveil his exact plan in the coming days. "I will be making a speech on that, I would say over the next week, laying out an exact plan," Trump said.

DonaldTrump-LaconiaRally1-082516.jpg Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump is well behind Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton in the race for the White House, according to a new Quinnipiac University National poll released on Thursday. The survey of likely voters found Clinton with a significant 51 percent to 41 percent lead over Trump.

HillaryClinton-Rally1-082516.jpg Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton sought to defend her family's charitable foundation in an interview on Wednesday, dismissing Republican rival Donald's Trump's attacks on the Clinton Foundation as "ridiculous."

EricTrump1-082516.jpg Donald Trump's son Eric defended the Republican presidential nominee's refusal to release his tax returns on Wednesday, declaring that such a move would be "foolish." Trump argued that releasing the returns would lead to assumptions by a bunch of people who know nothing about taxes.

HillaryClinton-campaign1-082416.jpg North Carolina is increasingly seen as a swing state, and the results of a new Monmouth University Poll suggest the presidential election in the Tar Heel State is once again likely to be tight. Forty-four percent of likely North Carolina voters support Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton, while 42 percent back Republican nominee Donald Trump.

SenatorFlake-082416.jpg Republican Senator Jeff Flake, R-Ariz., has predicted that GOP nominee Donald Trump will lose the presidential election unless he changes the tone of his campaign. During a town hall at one of Allstate's corporate campuses on Tuesday, Flake also questioned whether Trump deserves to win.

ClintonFoundation-082416.jpg USA Today has joined other papers and Republicans calling for the Clinton Foundation to be shut down amid allegations of corruption. In an op-ed piece published late Tuesday, USA Today's editorial board described plans to tighten the ethical safeguards for the Clinton Foundation as woefully incomplete.

Trump-speech-082416.jpg Republican White House aspirant Donald Trump addressed an election campaign rally in Austin, Texas, Tuesday night to draw national attention to his call for border security as well as the need for a Special Prosecutor to investigate Hillary Clinton's alleged misuse of the State Department to benefit the Clinton Foundation while she was the Secretary of State.

Rudy-Hillary-082416.jpg Former New York City Mayor Rudy Giuliani said the new revelations of e-mails and phone logs of Hillary Clinton while she was Secretary of State are only the tip of the iceberg and there will be more to follow. "From the facts revealed to date, it is impossible to figure out where the Clinton Foundation...

DonaldTrump-campaign1-082416.jpg Missouri has voted for the Republican presidential candidate in each of the last four elections, but the results of a new Monmouth University Poll suggest that the Show Me State could be in play this time around.

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