33062EU.- NOTICIAS DE THE HILL
- 8 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 Scott Wong
A year after the Freedom Caucus pressured John Boehner to resign as Speaker, members of the conservative group have begun threatening his successor, Paul Ryan.
By Jonathan Easley and Jonathan Swan
Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton appeared at the first forum of the general election cycle on Wednesday, and were both forced to play defense as they tried to convince veterans and voters why they deserve to be in charge of the military.
By Alexander Bolton
The campaign chairman for Senate Democrats on Wednesday warned his colleagues that if the elections were held today, the party would gain only three Senate seats, according to lawmakers who were in the room.
By Niall Stanage
Hillary Clinton’s ability to inspire voters is under scrutiny as the presidential campaign reaches its most critical phase.
By Amie Parnes
Hillary Clinton’s campaign is working the refs hard when it comes to reports about her health.
By Cristina Marcos and Mike Lillis
Republicans on Capitol Hill think Donald Trump has a real shot of winning the White House this November — if his campaign can stick to being more disciplined.
By Harper Neidig
Former Secretary of State Colin Powell sent Hillary Clinton a detailed explanation of how he got around some of the State Department's security measures in a 2009 email that has become wrapped up in the investigation of Clinton's private email server.
By Jordain Carney and Sarah Ferris
President Obama is preparing a last-ditch effort to win congressional approval of a massive Pacific Rim trade agreement before he leaves office.
By Katie Bo Williams
The House is set to vote Friday on a controversial bill that would allow the families of 9/11 victims to sue Saudi Arabia in U.S. courts.
By Patrick Healy
Mrs. Clinton vowed not to send American ground troops to Iraq “ever again,” and Mr. Trump suggested that he had learned shocking new national security information.
By Colleen McCain Nelson and Peter Nicholas
The Democratic nominee’s top backers have been used only sparingly until this week.
By Ken Thomas
When Hillary Clinton arrived at her brand-new campaign plane, she greeted crew members, climbed aboard and then made a surprise move: a beeline to the dozens of journalists seated in the back.
By Lawrence Hurley
U.S. Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg said on Wednesday she hoped "cooler heads will prevail" over the vacancy on the Supreme Court, suggesting that Republicans should act on President Barack Obama's nominee.
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