Hillary Clinton blasts Russia's 'role' in election as Donald Trump denies Putin ties

Russia has emerged as a U.S. presidential campaign issue at a level not seen since Ronald Reagan was running, as Democrat nominee Hillary Clinton accused Republican Donald Trump on Sunday of putting American interest at risk by siding with the former Cold War foe. Mrs. Clinton said evidence that Russia was responsible for the email…

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Hillary Clinton sold as 'tough,' 'determined' to repair reputation for dishonesty, build trust

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Zika virus fears in Florida stir partisan blame for congressional inaction

Evidence that mosquitoes have begun to spread the Zika virus on the U.S. mainland is setting off alarm bells among Florida’s leaders and reviving partisan bickering over who is to blame for a lack of congressional action to confront the disease. Concerns over a possible Zika outbreak in Miami are adding to the political uncertainty…

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Donald Trump style allows Democrats to rebrand their own party

Last Monday, Democrats were under fire for the lack of American flags on their convention stage in Philadelphia. By Friday, the party had draped itself in the Stars and Stripes as it tried to lay claim to patriotism and portray the GOP as a dark, destructive force representing anything but American values. The candidacy of…

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Inside the Beltway: Trump gets an edge in the presidential marketing war

The money spent on advertising and marketing so far in the 2016 presidential race is unprecedented. Consider, for example, that by the time the Democratic National Convention rolled around last week, Hillary Clinton’s campaign had already shelled out $220 million on radio and TV ads alone, mostly to blast Republican rival Donald Trump. Some may…

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Stenehjem says Bisbee council broke law with special meeting

BISMARCK, N.D. (AP) – The North Dakota attorney general says the city council in Bisbee broke the law regarding a meeting with a city employee who was fired. The council voted at a regular meeting to terminate the employee’s contract. Since the employee was not at the meeting, the council arranged a second meeting to…

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Gurriel has work visa, now playing in minors for Astros

Cuban infielder Yuliesky Gurriel has received his work visa and is playing in the minors in Houston’s system. Gurriel made his debut for the Gulf Coast League Astros on Saturday, going 0 for 3 with two strikeouts. Earlier in July, Houston signed Gurriel to a $47.5 million, five-year contract. He was one of the most…

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Court supports developer's right to keep hikers off his land

LOS ANGELES (AP) – Activists vowed to keep fighting after a court sided with a developer who has tried for years to keep hikers from using a trail that cuts across scenic property he owns in Los Angeles. The appellate court last week ruled that Mohamed Hadid has the right to restrict access to the…

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Lawyers start search for jury to hear Christie bridge case

NEWARK, N.J. (AP) – Even before federal prosecutors indicted two former aides to Gov. Chris Christie in the George Washington Bridge lane-closing scandal last year, the case had already received more than a year of intense media coverage as each new detail emerged about the alleged conspiracy. This week, attorneys will begin the process of…

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Reince Priebus, RNC chairman, backs Trump in debate flap: Schedule shouldn't compete with NFL

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