33026EU.- NOTICIAS DE THE HILL
- 6 sep 2016
EU.- NOTICIAS DE THE HILL
GRUPO EL HERALDO sarahnes@...
"LA SENSACIÓN DE CUMPLIR CON EL MÁS SAGRADO DE LOS DEBERES, LUCHAR CONTRA EL IMPERIALISMO DONDEQUIERA QUE ESTÉ"
By Lisa Hagen
The race for the Senate is heading into the homestretch as Republicans seek to maintain their grip on their slim majority.
By Cristina Marcos and Jordain Carney
Capitol Hill is back in session on Tuesday after resembling a ghost town for the last two months.
By Naomi Jagoda
House conservatives and Speaker Paul Ryan (R-Ohio) are on a collision course this fall over demands to impeach IRS Commissioner John Koskinen.
By Jonathan Swan
President Obama cancelled a meeting with new Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte, after being called a "son of a b----" by the leader while he spoke to reporters.
By Cyra Master
Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton said Monday that no decision she'd made as secretary of State had been "influenced by anybody."
By Alexander Bolton
Senate Republican Whip John Cornyn said Hillary Clinton misled lawmakers eight years ago when questions about the Clinton Foundation loomed over her nomination to head the State Department.
By Lydia Wheeler
Hillary Clinton took a jab at Donald Trump amid a coughing fit that erupted right after she took the stage for a campaign rally in Cleveland on Monday.
By Ashley Parker
Mrs. Clinton returned to the trail on Monday after a summer of fund-raising, while Mr. Trump went to Ohio to begin a week of swing-state campaigning.
By Steve Holland and Jeff Mason
Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton opened a final two-month sprint to the Nov. 8 election on Monday with the Republican presidential nominee suddenly looking stronger as he and his Democratic rival took their bitter fight to Ohio.
By Byron Tau
Lawsuits are being heard in federal courts as the presidential campaign hits its final stretch.
By Jennifer Epstein
Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton said potential Russian meddling in the U.S. election is a serious threat that must be addressed quickly and firmly.
By Rosalind S. Helderman and Michelle Ye Hee Lee
A close examination of the deal reveals how the former president leveraged the Clintons’ connections to enhance their personal wealth — potentially providing another avenue for supporters to gain access to the family.
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