The last few days of the Clinton campaign.
The two-minute direct-to-camera ad is set to reach an estimated national audience of 20 million people.
Aboard the Clinton campaign’s plane, the billionaire suggested there was an attempt by the Koch brothers to get Trump out of the race with cash. Later, by email, he explained that he didn’t mean the Kochs, but maintained that such an attempt was made.
Bridget Kelly and Bill Baroni face up to 20 years in prison.
One week out, the Clinton campaign has offered Democratic candidates — especially House candidates — endorsements and digital get-out-the-vote organizing firepower.
Usually Hillary Clinton does not respond to protesters or hecklers. On Tuesday night, she delivered an emphatic counter to a man shouting, “Bill Clinton is a rapist!”
“By all means, they should look at them, and I am sure they will reach the same conclusion they did when they looked at my emails for the last year,” Clinton said on Monday.
Because of federal income limits, many Secret Service agents who have spent their year covering Donald Trump, Hillary Clinton, and others haven’t been paid for overtime work in months.
After news of renewed FBI activity around the email investigation that has loomed over her campaign for 19 months, Hillary Clinton has become sharply critical of FBI Director James Comey’s handling of the matter, and returned to a familiar message: She’s a fighter.
The FBI, Anthony Weiner, Iowa, and big smiles: The weirdest and yet most normal day for a campaign and candidate almost bizarrely unfazed by crisis.
The emails were found after the FBI seized devices belonging to top Clinton aide Huma Abedin and her husband, former Rep. Anthony Weiner.
The first ladies emphasized values — focused on children — at their first joint appearance. “With every action we take, with every word we utter, we think about the millions of children who are watching us.”
Because of a federal salary cap, hundreds of federal agents won’t be paid for months of overtime hours they worked during a historically demanding election year.
The Senate Democrats’ political arm recently shared talking points with the Clinton campaign so she can amplify each candidate’s closing message, and, in certain states, she’s using them.
“On Nov. 8, we nasty women are gonna walk our nasty feet to cast our nasty votes to get you out of our lives forever.”
The campaign on Friday secured the endorsement of Navajo Nation president Russell Begaye. About 100,000 Nation members live in Arizona.
The acquisition would be one of the largest media deals of all time — if Washington allows it.
After months of refraining from criticizing Senate Republicans — a disciplined messaging effort designed to refrain from alienating potential independent or Republican voters — Hillary Clinton sharply critiqued Pat Toomey on Saturday.
Last week, as Democrats are eyeing bigger congressional gains, President Obama did what Hillary Clinton hasn’t for months: argue that Donald Trump is a product of Republican actions. Even as her own campaign signals tougher talk, Clinton hasn’t so far engaged.
Hillary Clinton’s running mate attributed Donald Trump’s claims in recent days that the election is rigged against him to Trump knowing that he’s losing the election.