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Mary Sanchez

Hillary Clinton to Donald Trump: Game on!

The contenders are formally set for the 2016 presidential election: Democrat Hillary Clinton and Republican Donald Trump. Their vast differences in political experience, knowledge of global affairs and the U.S. economy — not to mention personal maturity — make Clinton the easy choice at the polls.

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Clinton charges out of convention, into battle with Trump

The Democratic presidential nominee – who joked that she stayed up late after the Democratic National Convention and was running on a caffeine infusion – used a rally here to open the general election, taking direct aim at Republican rival Donald Trump’s appeal to working-class voters and his promise to bring jobs back to communities still struggling to recover from the economic downturn.

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Hillary Clinton formally accepts historic nomination for president

Hillary Clinton formally accepted the Democratic nomination for president on Thursday in Philadelphia, calling it "a moment of reckoning" for the country.
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Hillary Clinton formally accepts historic nomination for president

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Kris Kobach reacts to judge's decision

Chelsea Clinton: 'Fights like these — they are what keep my mother going' 1:58

Chelsea Clinton: 'Fights like these — they are what keep my mother going'

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Kansas teens fired for speaking up about equal pay take stage at DNC

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