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All of a sudden, it was OK for America to get back into hate crimes again. Behaviour that had been previously seen as scary stories from a discarded history text book are suddenly back in the news. Here we are, a long history of "haven't we become so much better" wiped clean with story after story of bigotry, Islamophobia, and Neo-Nazi ideals rising from the ashes.
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There is nothing good, hopeful or exciting about president-elect Donald J. Trump. His antics, behaviour and recent appointees are all unbecoming of a president. What good is there in him to elevate hi...
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It would've be great for young women to see a female president, she said.
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She's an honorary delegate for Arizona.
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He was supposed to be announcing his plan for his first 100 days in office.
In a story published online late Saturday, the Times said it anonymously received the first pages of Trump's 1995 state income tax filings.
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Meanwhile, Clinton was in a celebratory mood.
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The Democratic presidential nominee left a 9/11 anniversary early on Sunday.
"She'll be the first, but she won't be the last."
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It's not the first shift in the balance of power for their drama-filled political partnership.
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"You're looking for the way to be able to say 'Aha! You see? That's why I'm not going to vote for her.'"
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His comments came in an interview with Fox News Channel.
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Every country except Canada chose former secretary of state Hillary Clinton.
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“Merely asking the question” caused “enormous shifts” in men’s choice for president.
Ted Cruz claimed the first prize in Saturday's four-state round of Republican voting.
"[Trump] could potentially be stopped — but it becomes less likely."
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Hillary Clinton could not be in a better position for the November election. Donald Trump and Bernie Sanders, who appear to stand in her way, are actually helping her to position herself for victory. Issues and ideology aside Hillary is way ahead of the pack in the the game of political chess and should have no trouble winning in November.
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Republicans are voting Saturday in South Carolina and Democrats in Nevada.
What's a caucus anyway? And who's winning?
"Warning: I'm pretty focused on my outfits."
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It's a first for the corporation.
The crude comment was a reference to her failed bid for the Democratic nomination.
Hillary Clinton announced her candidacy for president Sunday. If successful, she will become the very first woman president of the United States of America and her party's best chance to defeat the Republicans in 2016. Could a Canadian woman, with the same stature, gift and substance as the former first lady, attain the same milestone in Canada? Are we closer to having the first elected woman prime minister in Canada? In the 2015 federal election, it is shaping up to be a race between three white males -- Stephen Harper, Justin Trudeau and Thomas Mulcair. Yet our politics should reflect our population and perspectives.
WASHINGTON - Hillary Clinton's political opponents are jumping upon a grant from the Canadian government and holding it aloft as evidence of her alleged conflicts of interest.At issue is a $600,000 gr...
Hillary Clinton has an important announcement to make: she's a new grandmother. Former First Daughter Chelsea Clinton welcomed her first child with husband Marc Mezvinsky on Friday, at 7:03 p.m., and...
I always thought that when the United States elected its first female president that it would be a nail biter -- a down-to-the-wire race that would keep us up late on election night before it was official. But Hillary Clinton's presidency is shaping up to be a coronation.
Clearly glad that she wasn't the target of Fox News' criticism for once, Hillary Clinton took to Twitter during the 2014 Super Bowl to express her relief. It’s so much more fun to watch FOX when it’s...