Clinton’s ‘run-out-the-clock’ strategy under fire

CINCINNATI, OH - AUGUST 31: Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton greets attendees at the American Legion Convention August 31, 2016 in Cincinnati, Ohio. Clinton spoke about her vision for America's military and foreign policy. (Photo by Aaron P. Bernstein/Getty Images)

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Clinton’s ‘run-out-the-clock’ strategy under fire
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Debate commission slam dunks with picks of moderators
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Senate braces for shutdown fight
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While Trump gambles, Clinton plays it safe
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Are Senate Republicans facing an election wipeout?
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Obama plans climate push after presidency
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Confessions of an Ohioan ‘Trumpian’ poll watcher
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Trump’s Recycled Rhetoric Builds Wall of Mistrust with Voters
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Why Gary Johnson and Bernie Sanders should debate
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Pelosi: My nonexistent campaign computer was not hacked
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Clinton sides with Dem leaders on Iran sanctions
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Trump’s Rust Belt hopes rise in Wisconsin
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The Hill’s 12:30 Report
Trump’s many-faceted immigration plans take center stage.

House Dem donated $1K to freshman GOP lawmaker
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Trump was spineless in Mexico
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Senate Dems want to clear decks for Hillary Clinton
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Before reforming the FEC look at Montana’s mess
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Voters should stand up to Trump’s and Issa’s bullying
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FBI trains campaign staffs to avoid spies
The “voluntary awareness briefings” were “not precipitated by any particular [or known] threat.”

Experts poke holes in Clinton Foundation’s promised donor ban
Some say it would be relatively easy for foreign governments to funnel in cash.

Pollsters fight to figure out Trump phenomenon
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Some Dems say Clinton must go much farther on foundation

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