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Campaign 2016
Presidential Debate
After refusing to say during the debate whether or not he'd accept the results, the GOP candidate later said at a rally in Ohio that he will accept the results "if I win.”
“There have been irregularities in our elections, sometimes even fraud, but never to an extent that it affected the outcome,” said Sen. John McCain said.
A New Jersey yoga instructor is the 10th woman to speak publicly about an alleged unwanted sexual advance by the GOP nominee.
“You're the puppet!”
“He always is looking for some conspiracy.”
“Such a nasty woman.”
“Donald thinks belittling women makes him bigger.”
The 2016 campaign has been filled with questionable statements and attacks of every nature. Here's a closer look at what both candidates said last night.
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Trump became more agitated as the night dragged on. The split screen was not his friend.
Hillary Clinton, for the most part, was more factually accurate than Donald Trump who, once again, demonstrated a thin grasp of facts.
Frustrated Metro riders and elected officials pleaded with Metro officials to reconsider a proposal to slash late-night service to get more hours for maintenance time.
Prosecutors said in court papers they plan to charge Harold T. Martin under the Espionage Act. A 12-page memo laid out a much more far-reaching case than was previously outlined.
The ever-cautious National Weather Service predicts equal chances of a cold or mild winter across the area. But some bolder forecasters in the private sector say there is a strong signal the season will be severe.
According to Prince George’s County police, 3-month-old Antoine Flemons was fatally assaulted by his father before being buried in the woods.
Called “losers” by talking heads and listed as the betting underdog against Detroit, Washington’s players are pulling out the “disrespect” card heading into their game with the Lions.
The order to extend registration comes after the state elections website crashed on Monday, the last day for residents to get on the rolls.
There's plenty to do around the region: Laugh it up with Robert Powell, trick or treat at the zoo or try a hyper-local D.C. beer.
In an election year when Muslims have been cast as violent radicals, Islamic Relief's volunteers say they have been thrust into the role of unofficial ambassadors for the real Muslim America.
This was the first U.S. service member killed since a major offensive to reclaim the city of Mosul from the Islamic State began earlier this week.
Twenty Florida hospitals were cited in previous study for significantly marking up prices on uninsured patients. Negative publicity didn't change those practices, researchers found.
The bipartisan consensus calls for a more assertive American foreign policy, including stepped-up military action in Syria, which has been repeatedly rejected by the president.
(Jason Aldag/The Washington Post)
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