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Trump shakes up campaign staff and expresses "regret" for past comments while Clinton's emails continue to raise questions

August 19, 2016
Donald Trump's leadership team turns over and Hillary Clinton faces questions about the Clinton Foundation.
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Trump's link to Seinfeld, Bill Clinton's role as "First Dude," the future of Obamacare and voter ID laws

August 19, 2016
Bill's role in Hillary's presidency, Aetna's withdrawal from Obamacare, a TV sitcom's role in 2016 election.
From the Vault

1996 Welfare Reform: Democratic "Mini-Revolt"

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August 18, 2016
When Bill Clinton signed the welfare reform bill in 1996, much of the Democratic leadership refused to attend the signing. We take a look back in this Washington Week Vault.

Election 2016: Separating the conventional from the unconventional

August 12, 2016
Donald Trump sparks another political firestorm, but is his campaign catching on with voters?
Gwen's NewsHour Reports

Trump attempts to tie Clinton and Obama to rise of ISIS

August 11, 2016
In the last 24 hours, Donald Trump has focused on tying Hillary Clinton and Barack Obama to the rise of the Islamic State. In Fort Lauderdale last night, the GOP nominee referred to Obama as the “founder” of the terrorist organization. The Clinton campaign dismissed the comments as more trash talk and blasted Trump’s economic proposals, calling them “fearful” and “outlandish.”
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Donald Trump's meltdown, the debate over debates and Walmart moms face tough choice

August 12, 2016
Inside TIME Magazine's Trump cover story and why some independent voters think 2016 choice is "lesser of two evils."

Republican leaders concerned about Trump as polls show a Clinton lead

August 5, 2016
Donald Trump's week of missteps and Hillary Clinton's email problems continue.
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Battle of the veeps, a tea party loss and Donald Trump one-on-one

August 5, 2016
How VP nominees Mike Pence and Tim Kaine differ in style and what it's like to sit down to interview Donald Trump.
Gwen's NewsHour Reports

What Miami-Dade County is doing about Zika

August 2, 2016
With 12 confirmed cases of the Zika virus in Miami-Dade County, officials are asking residents to take part in mosquito-prevention efforts, including draining standing water and wearing insect repellent. Gwen Ifill speaks with Alina Hudak, Deputy Mayor of Miami-Dade County, for details on the identified cases, what containment measures are being utilized and the “many unknowns” about the disease.