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Private Equity Tries to Chip Away at Dodd-Frank With House Bill

Private Equity Tries to Chip Away at Dodd-Frank With House Bill

Representative Maxine Waters, center, Democrat of California, opposes a bill that loosens federal oversight of private equity firms.
News Analysis: Donald Trump’s Remarks Show He’s Mistaken on Sexual Assault in Military

News Analysis: Donald Trump’s Remarks Show He’s Mistaken on Sexual Assault in Military

Marine recruits awaiting their lunch at boot camp at the Marine Corps Recruit Depot, Parris Island, in South Carolina in 2013.
‘Super PAC’ Backing Hillary Clinton Pulls In Largest Fund-Raising Haul Yet

‘Super PAC’ Backing Hillary Clinton Pulls In Largest Fund-Raising Haul Yet

Hillary Clinton at a rally at Johnson C. Smith University in Charlotte, N.C., on Thursday.
Missouri Woman Is Miss America Pageant’s First Openly Lesbian Contestant

Missouri Woman Is Miss America Pageant’s First Openly Lesbian Contestant

“It took many years of struggle to figure out who I was,” Erin O’Flaherty, Miss Missouri, has said.
With No Edge on the Economy, Clinton and Trump Focus Elsewhere

With No Edge on the Economy, Clinton and Trump Focus Elsewhere

Hillary Clinton has failed to convince voters about her ability to handle the economy. But the same can be said for Donald J. Trump.
Donald Trump and Allies Raised $90 Million in August, Trailing Hillary Clinton

Donald Trump and Allies Raised $90 Million in August, Trailing Hillary Clinton

Donald J. Trump attended a round table with educators and students at Cleveland Arts and Social Sciences Academy in Cleveland on Thursday.

‘What Is Aleppo?’ Asks Gary Johnson

Gary Johnson, the Libertarian Party presidential nominee, was criticized on his foreign policy knowledge on Thursday after being questioned about the embattled Syrian city.
Virginia Officials Request U.S. Inquiry After Inmate Deaths in Jail

Virginia Officials Request U.S. Inquiry After Inmate Deaths in Jail

The door to a cell at the Hampton Roads Regional Jail in Portsmouth, Va., where Jamycheal Mitchell died in August 2015. A year later, another man died in the same jail, and the state is asking for a
Donald Trump vs. Hillary Clinton: Where They Stand on Education

Donald Trump vs. Hillary Clinton: Where They Stand on Education

Donald J. Trump at the commander in chief in New York on Wednesday. He will visit a charter school in Cleveland on Thursday.
Donald Trump’s Campaign Stands By Embrace of Putin

Donald Trump’s Campaign Stands By Embrace of Putin

Mrs. Clinton arrived in Kansas City, M.O., to address the National Baptist Convention on Thursday.
‘I Want to Win Someday’: Tribes Make Stand Against Pipeline

‘I Want to Win Someday’: Tribes Make Stand Against Pipeline

Verna Bailey, right, with Theresa Pleets, walked away from the water covering the land where her childhood home once stood.
Yosemite Park Announces Largest Expansion in 67 Years

Yosemite Park Announces Largest Expansion in 67 Years

Yosemite National Park’s western boundary has expanded to include Ackerson Meadow, above.
Not Smiling Enough? Hillary Clinton Says She Will Stay Serious on Vital Issues

Not Smiling Enough? Hillary Clinton Says She Will Stay Serious on Vital Issues

Hillary Clinton held a news conference in front of her campaign plane on Thursday at the airport in White Plains.
‘What Is Aleppo?’ Gary Johnson Asks, in an Interview Stumble

‘What Is Aleppo?’ Gary Johnson Asks, in an Interview Stumble

On “Morning Joe,” Mr. Johnson, the Libertarian Party candidate, indicated that he really was not aware of the Syrian city engulfed in civil war.
Critic's Notebook: Matt Lauer Loses the War in a Battle Between the Candidates

Critic's Notebook: Matt Lauer Loses the War in a Battle Between the Candidates

Matt Lauer of “Today,” interviewing Hillary Clinton during the NBC forum aboard the Intrepid on Wednesday.

The 2016 Race: Red States, Blue States: 2016 Is Looking a Lot Like 2012

If Upshot predictions for each state prove correct, 2016’s Electoral College map will resemble 2012’s in every way — except for North Carolina.
Highlights of Hillary Clinton’s News Conference

Highlights of Hillary Clinton’s News Conference

Hillary Clinton took questions at a news conference on Thursday on an airport tarmac in New York, one night after a presidential forum on national security issues.
On Israeli TV, Hillary Clinton Says Terrorists Are Praying for a Trump Victory

On Israeli TV, Hillary Clinton Says Terrorists Are Praying for a Trump Victory

Hillary Clinton during Wednesday’s commander in chief forum, moderated my Matt Lauer of NBC News, in New York.
Joe Biden to Lead New Push for Senate Vote on Merrick Garland

Joe Biden to Lead New Push for Senate Vote on Merrick Garland

Judge Merrick B. Garland at a meeting in Washington in May.