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Trump calls state election recount a 'scam'

Washington - Donald Trump called a recount of votes being prepared in Wisconsin a scam, insisting Saturday that his presidential win should be respected, not "challenged and abused.

Trump won't push Clinton investigation: aide

Washington - President-elect Donald Trump will not push for further investigation of Hillary Clinton related to her private email use and the Clinton Foundation, a close adviser said Tuesday, breaking with a key campaign theme.

Clinton says election exposed deep divisions in US

Washington - In her first public appearance since conceding to Donald Trump, Hillary Clinton said the US presidential vote has exposed deep divisions, in the "greatest country in the world.

Trump says considering seeking Bill Clinton's advice

Washington - Donald Trump has said he would consider seeking advice from Bill Clinton, just days after besting the former president's wife, Hillary, in the upset US presidential election.

Top Trump aide refuses to rule out Clinton prosecution

Washington - A top aide to President-elect Donald Trump on Thursday refused to rule out prosecuting Democrat Hillary Clinton or investigating the foundation run by former president Bill Clinton.

Clinton offers to work with Trump, wishes him success

New York - Hillary Clinton vowed Wednesday to work with American President-elect Donald Trump, and urged fellow Democrats to allow him the chance to lead the deeply divided country.

Hillary Clinton: a tale of thwarted ambition

New York - She lost to Barack Obama in the Democratic primaries in 2008. Now she has been humiliated in her second bid for the presidency by political novice and former TV reality show host Donald Trump.

US election still too close to call: Clinton campaign chair

New York - America's historic presidential election showdown between Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton is still too close to call, with several states still up in the air, the Democrat's campaign chair John Podesta said early Wednesday.

Shock, despair and silence at Clinton HQ

New York - A stony silence cast a pall early Wednesday over what was meant to be Hillary Clinton's presidential victory party as, one by one, states turned Republican red for Donald Trump.

Clinton casts her vote in historic US election

Chappaqua - Hillary Clinton cast her ballot early Tuesday as the extraordinary US presidential race draws to a close, with the divided nation choosing whether to elect its first woman president or populist Donald Trump.

Clinton's upbeat final push, with Barack and The Boss

Raleigh - In a red pantsuit and full of smiles, Hillary Clinton blitzed three states and four cities in a marathon final day of campaigning -- with the help of two presidents, one rock Boss and Lady Gaga.

Springsteen urges 'right side of history' in Clinton rally

Philadelphia - Rock legend Bruce Springsteen urged voters to choose Hillary Clinton and an inclusive vision of America as he warmed up a massive election eve rally in Philadelphia.

On eve of vote, Clinton vows to unify divided America

White Plains - Hillary Clinton pledged if elected to unify a country divided by one of the bitterest presidential campaigns in American history, as she began making her closing arguments to millions of voters on Monday.

No change to FBI advice not to charge Clinton over emails: lawmaker

Washington - The FBI's review of new emails did not uncover any wrongdoing by Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton and the bureau has not changed its July recommendation not to charge her, Director James Comey told lawmakers Sunday.

For American women, Clinton could end a very long wait

Washington - Estelle Liebow Schultz, who is 98, was born before her fellow countrywomen had the right to vote. Now she has proudly cast a ballot for the candidate she hopes will make history as the first American woman elected president.

Want to change your presidential vote? Some states allow it

Some U.S. states allow those who have voted in advance of an election to change their votes, provided this takes place before the close of the election. Here those who initially supported Clinton, Trump or another candidate, can alter their choice.

What would 100 days of a Clinton White House look like?

Washington - On January 20, 2017, Barack Obama's successor will take the oath of office on the Capitol steps in Washington for a four-year term. As always, the first 100 days for any American president are paramount.

A late October surprise wallops Team Clinton

Des Moines - A political earthquake triggered by a fresh FBI email probe rocked Hillary Clinton and her White House campaign, but they weren't even on the ground to feel it hit.

Hillary Rodham Clinton: the unloved politician

Washington - Early this year, a journalist asked Hillary Clinton if she had always been truthful with the American people. "I've always tried to," the Democratic presidential candidate replied.

FBI reopens probe into Clinton emails

Washington - The FBI told US lawmakers Friday it has reopened its review of White House frontrunner Hillary Clinton's use of a personal email server when she was secretary of state, after discovering new mails "that appear to be pertinent.

Clinton ally on emails: 'They wanted to get away with it'

Washington - An email released by WikiLeaks shows that a top Hillary Clinton adviser was dumbfounded that aides to the White House hopeful failed to disclose her use of a private email server, suggesting "they wanted to get away with it.

WikiLeaks releases Clinton speeches for Goldman Sachs

Washington - Three of Hillary Clinton's paid speeches to Goldman Sachs were released on Saturday by WikiLeaks, casting an awkward spotlight on the Democrat's ties to the biggest players on Wall Street in the final stretch of the White House race.

Clinton accuses Trump of 'stalking' her during TV debate

Washington - Hillary Clinton has accused her Republican presidential rival Donald Trump of "stalking" her during their televised debate on Sunday.

US magazine Foreign Policy backs Clinton in landmark move

Washington - Foreign Policy, a leading US international affairs magazine, on Sunday endorsed a presidential candidate for the first time, backing Hillary Clinton and slamming Donald Trump as "the worst major-party candidate for the job in US history.

Clinton seeks to cement lead in pivotal Florida

Fort Pierce - Hillary Clinton embarked on a two-stop Florida swing Friday, looking to strengthen a fresh lead in the pivotal swing state and capitalize on a spasm of setbacks for her presidential opponent Donald Trump.

Doing it for the kids: Sanders and Clinton court youth vote

Durham - What they lack in chemistry they make up for in drive: Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders are determined to stand united for the sake of defeating Donald Trump.

Trump attacks press again: Threatens to sue NY Times, name-calls

It happens that politicians do not like the coverage they get but they do not often call respected publications scum or disgusting. And they don't often sue or threaten to sue them. But Donald Trump often does and he's at it again.

Trump suggests Clinton's Secret Service agents disarm

Washington - Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump raised the threat of violence against his Democratic rival Hillary Clinton again on Friday, suggesting her Secret Service guards voluntarily disarm and "see what happens to her.

For some Americans, Trump is 'lesser evil'

Barberton - For some voters, Democrat Hillary Clinton in November is the clear choice for the White House -- after all, she certainly has more political experience than Republican rival Donald Trump.

Clinton has 'no other' health problem than pneumonia: aide

Washington - Hillary Clinton is suffering from no health ailments other than pneumonia, and the Democratic presidential nominee is expected to return to the campaign trail as early as mid-week, a senior aide said Monday."There's no other undisclosed condition.
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Secretary of State Hillary Clinton and Defense Secretary Robert Gates confer in the Cabinet Room
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Hillary Clinton and Benjamin Netanyahu pose for a picture.
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President Obama and Hillary Clinton at the 2016 DNC.
President Obama and Hillary Clinton at the 2016 DNC.
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SHAKE: Hillary Clinton presses the flesh at the Iowa State Fair in Des Moines in August 2015.
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Republican presidential hopeful Donald Trump and his Democratic rival Hillary Clinton won their respective parties' primaries in Arizona
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A new poll gives Hillary Clinton a seven-point lead over Donald Trump in the race for the White House
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Hillary Clinton speaking with supporters at a town hall meeting in New Hampshire.
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U.S. Secretary of State poses with Aghani female politicians at the U.S. Embassy in Kabul in 2011.
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President Bill Clinton speaking alongside failed Gubernatorial candidate Virg Bernero (October, 2010).
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President Barack Obama participates in an expanded bilateral meeting with Prime Minister Mohamed Najib Abdul Razak of Malaysia, during the Nuclear Security Summit at the Walter E. Washington Convention Center in Washington, D.C.
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Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton congratulates President Barack Obama on the House vote to pass health care reform, prior to a meeting in the Situation Room of the White House
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US President-elect Donald Trump (L) is strengthening his criticism of former Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton for joining a vote recount in Wisconsin
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Hillary Clinton shakes hands with Donald Trump after the first presidential debate at Hofstra University in New York on September 26, 2016.
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White House staffers, including President Obama and Hillary Clinton, react to news about the mission to capture Osama bin Laden
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Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump (L) and his Democratic rival Hillary Clinton will face each other in the 2016 US Presidential election
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Hillary speaking with former Russian bouncer-turn Israeli Foreign Minister, Leiberman.
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