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Wall Street Journal – Election 2012

  • Poll Finds Opening for Third-Party Candidates
    (WSJ.com: Politics And Policy - June 28 2016 - 3:24 AM:)
    <>Deep dislike for the two leading presidential candidates is creating an opening for third-party hopefuls, potentially scrambling the race as voters cast about for alternatives, a new Wall Street Journal/NBC News poll shows.> <>
  • Donald Trump Back-Pedals on Banning Muslims From U.S.
    (WSJ.com: Politics And Policy - June 28 2016 - 2:39 AM:)
    <>Donald Trump appears to be backing away from one of his signature and most controversial proposals—banning Muslims from entering the U.S.—as polls show him falling slightly behind Hillary Clinton.> <>
  • High Court Rejects Texas Abortion Law as 'Undue Burden'
    (WSJ.com: Politics And Policy - June 28 2016 - 1:07 AM:)
    <>The Supreme Court voted 5-3 to strike down a Texas law regulating the state’s abortion clinics, finding the rules were an “undue burden” on a woman’s right to terminate her pregnancy.> <>
  • Warren Takes Aim at Trump
    (WSJ.com: Politics And Policy - June 28 2016 - 1:00 AM:)
    <>Elizabeth Warren made her first campaign appearance on behalf of presumptive Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton in an event aimed at showcasing party unity ahead of the fall general election.> <>
  • Supreme Court Tosses Ex-Virginia Governor's Corruption Conviction
    (WSJ.com: Politics And Policy - June 28 2016 - 12:20 AM:)
    <>The Supreme Court on Monday unanimously threw out the corruption conviction of former Virginia Gov. Bob McDonnell, ruling he may have been convicted of conduct that isn’t illegal.> <>
  • High Court Maintains Gun Ban for Domestic Violence Offenders
    (WSJ.com: Politics And Policy - June 28 2016 - 12:16 AM:)
    <>The Supreme Court declined to loosen restrictions that prevent individuals convicted of misdemeanor counts of domestic violence from owning a gun.> <>
  • Brexit to Complicate Trans-Atlantic Cooperation
    (WSJ.com: Politics And Policy - June 27 2016 - 11:24 PM:)
    <>President Barack Obama’s efforts in Europe over the next six months are intended to leave whoever wins in November with a plan in place that leaves the U.S. as unscathed as possible.> <>
  • House Democrats Attack Forthcoming Benghazi Report
    (WSJ.com: Politics And Policy - June 27 2016 - 9:18 PM:)
    <>House Democrats moved to blunt a forthcoming GOP-written report from the committee investigating the 2012 terrorist attack in Benghazi, Libya—arguing it has been tainted by a partisan focus on Hillary Clinton.> <>
  • How the 1930s Echo in Today's Politics
    (WSJ.com: Politics And Policy - June 27 2016 - 4:54 PM:)
    <>Economic anger and anxiety. A rebellion against the existing political order. A rise of nationalism and a retreat from international entanglements. These tensions from the 1930s sound like a description of 2016, Washington Bureau Chief Gerald F. Seib writes.> <>
  • Campaigns Face Issues on Party Unity
    (WSJ.com: Politics And Policy - June 27 2016 - 10:24 AM:)
    <>The likely Democratic and GOP presidential nominees faced questions from within their ranks Sunday about their ability to unite voters and their parties.> <>
  • No Consensus in U.S. on Gun Control, WSJ/NBC News Poll Shows
    (WSJ.com: Politics And Policy - June 27 2016 - 3:04 AM:)
    <>No clear consensus on gun control in the U.S. has emerged in the wake of this month’s mass shooting in Orlando, Fla., a new Wall Street Journal/NBC News poll shows.> <>
  • Report Says Russian Hackers in DNC Breach Waged Wider Campaign
    (WSJ.com: Politics And Policy - June 27 2016 - 2:25 AM:)
    <>The attack on the Democratic National Committee’s computer network this past spring was part of a broader monthslong campaign by Russian hackers against groups with ties to U.S. politics, according to a new cybersecurity report.> <>
  • Cleveland Braces for GOP Convention Security Risks
    (WSJ.com: Politics And Policy - June 27 2016 - 2:18 AM:)
    <>Officials at next month’s Republican National Convention in Cleveland will be largely powerless to keep supporters and opponents of Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump apart in the area around the convention center, creating a security situation that experts warn is potentially volatile.> <>
  • Trump Mixes Politics, Business on Visit to Scotland
    (WSJ.com: Politics And Policy - June 26 2016 - 4:12 AM:)
    <>On the second day of his trip to Scotland, Donald Trump promoted his golf resort’s views and dunes while comparing the process of fixing America to building an 18-hole course.> <>
  • Clinton to Target Trump's Business Record
    (WSJ.com: Politics And Policy - June 20 2016 - 7:33 PM:)
    <>Democrat Hillary Clinton will target Donald Trump’s business record on Tuesday, casting the presumptive Republican nominee as self-interested and deceptive as he prepares to provide more details about his economic proposals.> <>
  • The Candidates Take New York
    (WSJ.com: Politics And Policy - April 15 2016 - 9:03 PM:)
    <>The 2016 presidential candidates visited New York City and other parts of the state, ahead of its primary on April 19. Here are some photos from the campaign trail.> <>
  • STREAMING VIDEO: Clinton Addresses South Carolina
    (WSJ.com: Politics And Policy - March 27 2016 - 6:30 AM:)
    <>Watch Hillary Clinton respond to the outcome of the Democratic primary in South Carolina.> <>
  • Photos: South Carolina, Nevada Vote For Presidential Nominees
    (WSJ.com: Politics And Policy - March 20 2016 - 6:31 AM:)
    <>South Carolina Republicans and Nevada Democrats cast their votes.> <>
  • Who Is Bankrolling 2016 Election?
    (WSJ.com: Politics And Policy - February 28 2016 - 9:07 AM:)
    <>A look at who is bankrolling the 2016 election—and at which candidates are benefiting most from the biggest donations.> <>
  • 2016 Presidential Election : A Donor's Guide
    (WSJ.com: Politics And Policy - February 28 2016 - 8:50 AM:)
    <>Candidate, PAC, super PAC or nonprofit? Here’s a tour of the world of campaign finance—from the perspective of you, the donor.> <>

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