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Analysis: Why the GOP convention was a missed opportunity

Republicans emerge from their 2016 convention into a long general election campaign against Hillary Clinton and the Democrats with as many challenges and problems as they had going in.


Trump triumphs as GOP nominee, completing stunning climb

United for a night, Republicans nominated Donald Trump Tuesday as their presidential standard-bearer, capping the billionaire businessman’s stunning takeover of the GOP and propelling him into a November faceoff with Democrat Hillary Clinton.


Donald Trump Jr. puts dad over top with N.Y. votes

Donald Trump’s son Donald Jr. cast the final votes his father needed to become the Republican presidential nominee.


Louisiana police shootings add new Cleveland GOP convention concerns

An Ohio man says he decided to visit Cleveland’s Public Square armed with a semi-automatic rifle and a handgun the day before the start of the Republican National Convention to assert his Second Amendment rights.


Clinton holds day of VP interviews at her home in D.C.

Hillary Clinton summoned at least three contenders vying to become her running mate to her Washington home on Friday as she closes in on a pick for vice president.


Trump demanded VP candidate tax returns despite keeping his own private, Gingrich says

Donald Trump told an interviewer in May that the income taxes he pays are “none of your business.” But for candidates who were auditioning to be his vice president, similar reluctance wasn’t an option.


Trump seeks $10 million from former aide in disclosure case

Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump is seeking $10 million in damages from a former senior campaign consultant, Sam Nunberg, alleging that Nunberg leaked confidential information to reporters in violation of a nondisclosure agreement.


Trump and family meet with VP finalists

Donald Trump and key members of his family huddled with Mike Pence Wednesday morning at the Indiana governor’s mansion as the billionaire enters the final phase of his search for a running mate. Trump was directing his staff to prepare for a Friday announcement.


Trump demands Supreme Court Justice Ginsburg resign for criticizing him as unfit

Donald Trump called Wednesday for Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg to resign for saying publicly that she feels he is unfit to be president. Lashing out, Trump said the 83-year-old justice’s “mind is shot.”


Former Sen. Evan Bayh says he’ll seek Indiana Senate seat again

Democrat Evan Bayh launched a bid Wednesday to recapture the Indiana Senate seat he left six years ago, a move that boosts his party’s chances to pick up the GOP-held seat in their effort to regain control of the chamber this fall.



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Analysis: Why the GOP convention was a missed opportunity

Republicans emerge from their 2016 convention into a long general election campaign against Hillary Clinton and the Democrats with as many challenges and problems as they had going in.


Trump triumphs as GOP nominee, completing stunning climb

United for a night, Republicans nominated Donald Trump Tuesday as their presidential standard-bearer, capping the billionaire businessman’s stunning takeover of the GOP and propelling him into a November faceoff with Democrat Hillary Clinton.


Donald Trump Jr. puts dad over top with N.Y. votes

Donald Trump’s son Donald Jr. cast the final votes his father needed to become the Republican presidential nominee.


Louisiana police shootings add new Cleveland GOP convention concerns

An Ohio man says he decided to visit Cleveland’s Public Square armed with a semi-automatic rifle and a handgun the day before the start of the Republican National Convention to assert his Second Amendment rights.


Clinton holds day of VP interviews at her home in D.C.

Hillary Clinton summoned at least three contenders vying to become her running mate to her Washington home on Friday as she closes in on a pick for vice president.


Trump demanded VP candidate tax returns despite keeping his own private, Gingrich says

Donald Trump told an interviewer in May that the income taxes he pays are “none of your business.” But for candidates who were auditioning to be his vice president, similar reluctance wasn’t an option.


Trump seeks $10 million from former aide in disclosure case

Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump is seeking $10 million in damages from a former senior campaign consultant, Sam Nunberg, alleging that Nunberg leaked confidential information to reporters in violation of a nondisclosure agreement.


Trump and family meet with VP finalists

Donald Trump and key members of his family huddled with Mike Pence Wednesday morning at the Indiana governor’s mansion as the billionaire enters the final phase of his search for a running mate. Trump was directing his staff to prepare for a Friday announcement.


Trump demands Supreme Court Justice Ginsburg resign for criticizing him as unfit

Donald Trump called Wednesday for Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg to resign for saying publicly that she feels he is unfit to be president. Lashing out, Trump said the 83-year-old justice’s “mind is shot.”


Former Sen. Evan Bayh says he’ll seek Indiana Senate seat again

Democrat Evan Bayh launched a bid Wednesday to recapture the Indiana Senate seat he left six years ago, a move that boosts his party’s chances to pick up the GOP-held seat in their effort to regain control of the chamber this fall.