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Albany Law grad Vilsack a possible Clinton VP pick

ALBANY

Albany Law grad Vilsack a possible Clinton VP pick

Multiple national media outlets are reporting that 1975 Albany Law School graduate Tom Vilsack is now one of the two leading candidates to be named Hillary Clinton’s running mate.

Two names emerge from Clinton's VP deliberations: Kaine and Vilsack

Two names emerge from Clinton's VP deliberations: Kaine and Vilsack

Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack and Sen. Timothy Kaine of Virginia have emerged as the leading candidates among a longer list of finalists Hillary Clinton is considering to be her vice-presidential running mate.

GOP makes Trump its official choice for president

CLEVELAND

GOP makes Trump its official choice for president

Donald Trump was formally crowned the Republican nominee for president at the party’s convention on Tuesday, ending a tumultuous primary season but not the nagging questions about his polarizing candidacy.

Melania Trump’s speech similar to Michelle Obama’s 2008 address

CLEVELAND

Melania Trump’s speech similar to Michelle Obama’s 2008 address

Melania Trump earned praise for her speech on Monday at the opening night of the Republican National Convention, but her remarks almost immediately came under scrutiny when striking similarities were discovered between her speech and one delivered by Michelle Obama

RNC: Brief chaos as anti-Trump delegates are rebuffed

CLEVELAND

RNC: Brief chaos as anti-Trump delegates are rebuffed

The Republican National Convention kicks off with anti-Trump delegates highlighting current rifts within the party.

Mike Pence joins Donald Trump in the spotlight

NEW YORK

Mike Pence joins Donald Trump in the spotlight

With their chaotic courtship behind them, Donald Trump and Gov. Mike Pence of Indiana made their public debut as running mates Saturday morning, hoping to inspire a wave of party unity heading into the Republican National Convention in Cleveland.

Donald Trump officially picks Mike Pence as his running mate

CLEVELAND

Donald Trump officially picks Mike Pence as his running mate

In a stunning move late Thursday, Donald Trump said he was scrapping his plans to announce a running mate because of the terrorist attack in southern France.

Donald Trump's likely VP pick? Mike Pence

Donald Trump's likely VP pick? Mike Pence

Donald Trump’s advisers have told national Republican officials that they are preparing to make an announcement with Pence, the Indiana governor.

Sanders endorses Clinton, cementing Democrats’ unity

Sanders endorses Clinton, cementing Democrats’ unity

After 14 months of policy clashes and moments of mutual disdain, Bernie Sanders endorsed Hillary Clinton for the Democratic presidential nomination on Tuesday

Trump's VP curveball: He's considering a retired general... who's a Democrat

WASHINGTON

Trump's VP curveball: He's considering a retired general... who's a Democrat

Trump may be looking to the Democrats to recruit his vice presidential pick.

Christie met privately over weekend with Trump's vice-presidential vetting attorney

WASHINGTON

Christie met privately over weekend with Trump's vice-presidential vetting attorney

Gov. Christie is still on Trump's list for vice president.

On Hill to mend fences, Trump brings his hammer

WASHINGTON

On Hill to mend fences, Trump brings his hammer

Donald Trump came to Capitol Hill on Thursday to build and reinforce bridges with members of Congress less than two weeks before the Republican National Convention. Instead, he burned some to the ground.

Clinton wins Sanders praise with expanded college-cost plan

Clinton wins Sanders praise with expanded college-cost plan

Hillary Clinton is changing her college-affordability plan in an effort to reach Bernie Sanders supporters, proposing the elimination of public in-state tuition for students whose families make less than $125,000.

Air Force One is a heck of an expensive perk - for taxpayers

Air Force One is a heck of an expensive perk - for taxpayers

When it was announced over the weekend that President Barack Obama would be campaigning with Hillary Clinton in North Carolina on Tuesday, Donald Trump quickly questioned who was footing the bill. "Why is President Obama allowed to use Air Force One on the campaign trail with Crooked Hillary?" he tweeted. "She is flying with him tomorrow. Who pays?"

Obama joins Clinton on stump, saying she ‘has been tested’

CHARLOTTE, N.C.

Obama joins Clinton on stump, saying she ‘has been tested’

President Barack Obama on Tuesday delivered a full-throated stemwinder on behalf of Hillary Clinton’s presidential bid, making his debut on the campaign trail this year just hours after federal officials criticized Clinton’s “careless” handling of emails but said no charges should be filed.

FBI chief: No grounds for criminal charges after Clinton email probe

WASHINGTON

FBI chief: No grounds for criminal charges after Clinton email probe

FBI Director James Comey said Tuesday said Hillary Clinton and her staff were "extremely careless" in using a private email server during her time as secretary of state, but will not recommend criminal prosecution.

Plagiarized lessons and deceptive tactics: A look inside Trump Institute

Plagiarized lessons and deceptive tactics: A look inside Trump Institute

In 2005, as he was making a transition from developing real estate to capitalizing on his fame through ventures like a reality show and product-licensing deals, Donald Trump hit upon a two-pronged strategy for entering the field of for-profit education.

Clinton and Warren electrify Ohio crowd, sparking visions of a ticket

CINCINNATI

Clinton and Warren electrify Ohio crowd, sparking visions of a ticket

If there was any doubt that Hillary Clinton and Elizabeth Warren are the "it" couple of the moment in Democratic politics, it was silenced here Monday when they took the stage together for the first time.

Sanders, in Albany, says work on progressive ideals must continue

ALBANY

Sanders, in Albany, says work on progressive ideals must continue

Though he remains a candidate for the Democratic nomination for president, Bernie Sanders sounded very much like someone passing the torch to others during an appearance Friday at the Empire State Plaza.

Bernie Sanders to visit Albany Friday

ALBANY

Bernie Sanders to visit Albany Friday

Presidential candidate Bernie Sanders will be in Albany tomorrow to discuss his next steps in the campaign.

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