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Clinton ex-staffer invokes right to silence over emails
Clinton ex-staffer invokes right to silence over emails

The former Hillary Clinton staffer who helped set up the private email server she used while secretary of state invoked his constitutional right to not answer questions before a US House committee.

Clinton ex-staffer invokes right to silence over emails
Trump surges, Clinton losing to Sanders in Iowa: polls
Trump surges, Clinton losing to Sanders in Iowa: polls

Billionaire Donald Trump has extended his lead over the Republican presidential field, while Democratic overall frontrunner Hillary Clinton now trails underdog Bernie Sanders in the key early voting state of Iowa.

Trump surges, Clinton losing to Sanders in Iowa: polls
Trump asks CNN to donate ad revenue to veterans
Trump asks CNN to donate ad revenue to veterans

Billionaire mogul and White House frontrunner Donald Trump publicly called on CNN to donate revenue from ad sales during the upcoming Republican debate to veterans.

Trump asks CNN to donate ad revenue to veterans
Clinton apologizes for use of private email account
Clinton apologizes for use of private email account

Hillary Clinton apologized for using a private email server while secretary of state, calling the decision, which has dogged her Democratic presidential bid, a "mistake."

Clinton apologizes for use of private email account
The candidates vying to be Guatemala's next president
The candidates vying to be Guatemala's next president

Guatemala's tumultuous presidential election is headed for a run-off on October 25 that will pit the surprise frontrunner, a comedian, against either a former first lady or a millionaire businessman, currently neck-and-neck.

The candidates vying to be Guatemala's next president
No Clinton apology over use of private emails
No Clinton apology over use of private emails

No Clinton apology over use of private emails
Trump slams foreign policy 'gotcha' questions
Trump slams foreign policy 'gotcha' questions

Donald Trump lashed out at a radio reporter for asking him, as the Republican presidential frontrunner, "gotcha" questions about the men who lead Iranian special forces and major radical Islamic organizations.

Trump slams foreign policy 'gotcha' questions
Once the 2016 standout, Bush now playing catch-up
Once the 2016 standout, Bush now playing catch-up

Republican frontrunner Donald Trump's taunt of "sad" rival Jeb Bush -- "he was supposed to win, and he just doesn't have the energy" -- speaks volumes about the billionaire's propensity to go for the jugular.

Once the 2016 standout, Bush now playing catch-up
Trump to Bush: speak English in America
Trump to Bush: speak English in America

Republican frontrunner Donald Trump had a message for his Spanish-speaking rival Jeb Bush as they compete for their party's presidential nomination: lead by "speaking English."

Trump to Bush: speak English in America
Nursultan Nazarbayev. Photo © Turar Tashkibayev
Nazarbayev suggests studying Asian mentality instead of accusing Kazakhstan of autocracy

On the eve of the Constitution Day in Kazakhstan, President Nazarbayev commented on accusations of autocracy.

Nazarbayev suggests studying Asian mentality instead of accusing Kazakhstan of autocracy
Can Clinton candidacy unravel over her emails?
Can Clinton candidacy unravel over her emails?

She remains Democrats' best hope to retain the White House, but Hillary Clinton has failed to shake an unremitting email scandal that has dragged down her trustworthiness.

Can Clinton candidacy unravel over her emails?
Scores more Clinton emails retroactively classified: official
Scores more Clinton emails retroactively classified: official

Around 150 more of the emails that former US secretary of state Hillary Clinton kept on a private server have been retroactively deemed classified.

Scores more Clinton emails retroactively classified: official
White House: Biden deserves 'time and space' to decide
White House: Biden deserves 'time and space' to decide

The White House said that Vice President Joe Biden deserved "time and space" to decide whether to launch a presidential run.

White House: Biden deserves 'time and space' to decide
Trash talk trumps civility on 2016 campaign trail
Trash talk trumps civility on 2016 campaign trail

Five months before early primary voting, America's presidential race has devolved into mudslinging, with Republican Donald Trump leading the charge to the bottom by lambasting his many rivals.

Trash talk trumps civility on 2016 campaign trail
Jeb Bush: Asians abusing US birthright citizenship
Jeb Bush: Asians abusing US birthright citizenship

Republican White House hopeful Jeb Bush accused Asians of abusing rules allowing infants born in the United States to be American citizens.

Jeb Bush: Asians abusing US birthright citizenship
White House admits Biden mulling 2016 run
White House admits Biden mulling 2016 run

The White House on Monday acknowledged that Vice President Joe Biden is still weighing a possible run for the top job.

White House admits Biden mulling 2016 run
Trump sees Clinton, Biden as 'pretty equal' 2016 challengers
Trump sees Clinton, Biden as 'pretty equal' 2016 challengers

Vice President Joe Biden and Hillary Clinton would make equally formidable opponents in the race for the White House, Donald Trump said.

Trump sees Clinton, Biden as 'pretty equal' 2016 challengers
George W. Bush pitches in for Jeb as 2016 heats up
George W. Bush pitches in for Jeb as 2016 heats up

George W. Bush pitches in for Jeb as 2016 heats up
In split with Obama, Clinton opposes Arctic drilling
In split with Obama, Clinton opposes Arctic drilling

Breaking with the president she hopes to succeed, Hillary Clinton expressed her opposition Tuesday to Arctic oil exploration.

In split with Obama, Clinton opposes Arctic drilling
Dozens of Clinton emails deemed classified: State Dept
Dozens of Clinton emails deemed classified: State Dept

Dozens of emails sent or received by Hillary Clinton during her time as secretary of state, from the 3,500 already made public, have been classified as "confidential."

Dozens of Clinton emails deemed classified: State Dept