Hillary Clinton is expected to gain critical ground on Donald Trump based on her strong performance in their first head to head debate on the campus of Hofstra University Monday night.
Hours after Hillary Clinton specifically named a Latina Donald Trump fat shamed, Trump doubled down on his belief. The Republican presidential nominee said the woman's weight gain was "a real problem" for the Miss Universe pageant.
Both Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump and Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton went face to face during the 1st Presidential Debate at Hofstra University on Monday, September 26, 2016 in Hempstead, New York.
Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump and Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton went face to face during the Presidential Debate at Hofstra University on Monday September 26, 2016 in Hempstead, New York. The first of four debates was moderated by NBC's Lester Holt, a NABJ journalist of the year award recipient.
Former U.S. President George W. Bush gave a speech at the Smithsonian National Museum of African American History and Culture's opening ceremony located in the National Mall on September 24, 2016 in Washington, DC. The ceremony was also attended by former first lady Laura Bush, former president Bill Clinton and current president and first lady Barack and Michelle Obama.
Less than two months away from the 2016 Presidential Elections in November, map projections and predictions based on numerous polls for what the electoral college vote outcome could potentially look like - state by state - are gaining more and more attention.
Hillary Clinton still holds a steady electoral college vote lead over Donald Trump in their volatile race for the White House.
Hillary Clinton is besting Donald Trump by a nearly 4 to 1 margin among Hispanic voters, giving her a larger overall lead among that sector than even the staggering 44 points President Obama topped Mitt Romney by in 2012.
Hillary Clinton has hit the much coveted 50 percent threshold against Donald Trump in a new NBC /Survey Monkey weekly general election poll.
President Obama is slated to address the United Nations General Assembly for his eighth and final time as president early Tuesday, with much of his speech reflecting on the ongoing Syrian migrant crisis.
Hillary Clinton maintains a significant edge over Donald Trump in their bitter battle to snare the 270 electoral votes needed to ascend to the White House as President Obama's successor.
The 2016 presidential race is heating up while both candidates, Democratic Party nominee Hillary Clinton and Republican Party nominee Donald Trump, prepare to face head on in the first 2016 presidential debate at a time where their numbers are narrowing in recent presidential polls. Take a look at each candidates’ views on pressing issues in the United States before the first presidential debate on Monday Sept. 26.
The first presidential debate for the 2016 U.S. General Elections is less than two weeks away taking place on Monday Sept. 26 on the campus of Hofstra University in New York. Before GOP candidate Donald Trump goes head to head with former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, take a look at the type of questions asked at first presidential debates in the past that may come up again:
Hillary Clinton holds an average 5.2 point lead over Donald Trump in a poll of 11 key battleground states. According to Politico, Clinton tops Trump 45.2 to 40 percent in a weighted poll based on the averages of surveys conducted by several well-known polling outlets, among them Quinnipiac, NBC/Wall Street Journal/Marist, Monmouth, CBS News/YouGov, Suffolk University, The Washington Post, Marquette Law School, Bloomberg, Fox News, CNN/ORC and Public Policy Polling.
Hillary Clinton has a resounding electoral college vote lead over Donald Trump, surpassing 300 such votes in total, putting her well above the 270 need to ascend to the White House.
The influx of undocumented indivduals crossing the U.S.-Mexico border has slowed over the last decade, along with a drop in births. Both can be attributed to a sluggish economy that prompted Latinos to move into rural, non-metropolitan areas with small Hispanic populations.
Hillary Clinton appears well on her way to securing the 270 electoral votes needed to ascend to the White House based on the latest findings in a Freedom Lighthouse electoral map poll.
The Obama administration is rumored to be considering ending its much debated relationship with for-profit immigration detention centers.
A massive 50-state Washington Post/Survey Monkey poll of registered voters finds the state of Texas could be on the verge of supporting a Democratic presidential candidate for the first time in four decades.
In a race for the White House that has known several twists and turns, Donald Trump has now pulled slightly ahead of Hillary Clinton in a new CNN/ORC poll.
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