With one of the most contentious and unusual primary seasons in history winding down, presumptive nominees Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton are gearing up for what promises to be an equally volatile general election. Gwen Ifill talks to senior Trump…
By PBS NewsHour
When Joshua Weil, a member of one of Orlando’s largest mosques, heard initial reports of Sunday’s mass shooting, he thought, “please don't let [the gunman] be Muslim.” But the gunman was, and for Muslim-Americans the attack has raised very real…
In our news wrap Tuesday, presumptive GOP nominee Donald Trump faced scathing criticism from both President Obama and Hillary Clinton for his renewed call to ban Muslim immigrants in the aftermath of the Orlando shooting. Also, French authorities carried out…
For nearly a year, Russian hackers have been penetrating Democratic National Committee computers and stealing, among other things, research compiled on presumptive Republican nominee Donald Trump. Gwen Ifill talks to Dmitri Alperovitch of CrowdStrike and Sasha Issenberg of Bloomberg Politics…
By Erica Werner, Associated Press
Republican hopes are fading for a new, "more presidential" Trump as the party's divisions around him grow ever more acute.
By Jill Colvin, Associated Press
MANCHESTER, N.H. — Donald Trump says presidential campaign is revoking credentials provided to The Washington Post.
By PBS NewsHour
Amy Walter of The Cook Political Report and Tamara Keith of NPR join Gwen Ifill to discuss the latest in politics, including Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton’s standoff over the Orlando shooting, what Orlando could mean for the presidential election,…
By Nancy Benac, Alicia A. Caldwell, Associated Press
Donald Trump's speech Monday painted a picture of a nation overrun by terrorists and with cowed leaders doing little to keep them out. The reality is far more complex. Clinton, too, spoke about how to fight the terrorist issue, but…
By Laurie Kellman and Jill Colvin, Associated Press
WASHINGTON — Republican Donald Trump asserted Monday there are thousands of people living in the United States "sick with hate" and capable of carrying out the sort of massacre that killed at least 50 people in a Florida nightclub.
By Laurie Kellman, Associated Press
Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton paused their presidential politicking Sunday to offer prayers and support to the victims of the Orlando nightclub shooting.
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