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Megyn Kelly preps for her Trump interview

NEW YORK

Megyn Kelly preps for her Trump interview

Over the course of the 2016 presidential campaign, Megyn Kelly has been called a few choice names by Donald Trump. A one-sided feud began last summer when the Fox News Channel host asked him a sharp debate question about his "temperament" and history of disparaging remarks about women.

Welcome to a Bernie Sanders Wiccan ritual

PORTLAND, Ore.

Welcome to a Bernie Sanders Wiccan ritual

Instead of metal detectors, entrance required burning ceremonial sweetgrass. Participants were "smudged," meaning the smoke from the sweetgrass was wafted over them before they could enter the sacred circle and begin a Wiccan ritual to support Sanders ahead of Oregon's primary on Tuesday.

Next president likely to face a recession

WASHINGTON

Next president likely to face a recession

Talk about a poisoned chalice. No matter who is elected to the White House in November, the next president will probably face a recession.

Cruz returns to Senate, with hints at 2020 bid

Cruz returns to Senate, with hints at 2020 bid

One week after his campaign for president ended, Sen. Ted Cruz, R-Texas, returned to the Senate unready to endorse Donald Trump - and very ready to talk about the next election.

Claiming bias, conservatives challenge Facebook

Claiming bias, conservatives challenge Facebook

Facebook scrambled on Monday to respond to a new and startling line of attack: accusations of political bias.

If Trump wins White House, Christie to lead transition team

If Trump wins White House, Christie to lead transition team

Donald Trump, the presumptive Republican presidential nominee, on Monday announced New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie as the chairman of his transition team.

Sanders plan boosts deficit $18 trillion by 2026, study finds

Sanders plan boosts deficit $18 trillion by 2026, study finds

Despite Sen. Bernie Sanders's call for trillions of dollars of tax increases to pay for universal health care, expanded Social Security, college tuition and other benefits, the cost of his programs would boost the federal deficit by $18 trillion over the next decade, according to a new policy study.

Trump's warning to Ryan signals further GOP discord

Trump's warning to Ryan signals further GOP discord

The widening rift in the Republican Party grew deeper on Sunday and threatened to upset the July convention as Donald Trump refused to rule out removing Paul Ryan, the speaker of the House, as the convention’s chairman.

More Baby Boomers going back to school to learn new skills

More Baby Boomers going back to school to learn new skills

If you are a Baby Boomer and you are thinking of going to college, you won’t be alone on campus.

Basic Foods owner offers healthful choices

Basic Foods owner offers healthful choices

On Saratoga Road in Glenville, sun splashes through the front window of Eileen Curwen’s shop and nurtures pots of lavender, aloe and eucalyptus lined up on the windowsill.

Laughter Yoga: 'Find your inner child'

Laughter Yoga: 'Find your inner child'

When Larry Steffler was in his late 40s, he was really stressed out. Then he discovered Laughter Yoga, which not only got him through college, it helped him survive AIDS and cancer.

Not-very-positive things foreign leaders have said about Donald Trump

Not-very-positive things foreign leaders have said about Donald Trump

Generally, foreign leaders don't criticize other nation's electoral candidates.

Trump-Clinton contest could put New York in play

Trump-Clinton contest could put New York in play

No Republican has won New York since Ronald Reagan in 1980 and 1984. Still, local observers don't completely rule out the possibility that Trump -- and his trademark unpredictability -- could force Clinton to spend precious resources defending the state.

‘President Trump?’ Here’s how he says it would look

‘President Trump?’ Here’s how he says it would look

Donald Trump is now the presumptive Republican presidential nominee, but he is also keenly aware that many in his own party — and many Americans, frankly — are scared and anxious about the idea of him in the Oval Office. Even he is not sure how a divided nation would adjust to the first 100 days of a Trump presidency.

John Kasich drops out of GOP presidential race

John Kasich drops out of GOP presidential race

Gov. John Kasich of Ohio is ending his long-shot quest for the presidency on Wednesday, according to two people briefed on his decision.

Trump wins Indiana; Cruz drops out; Sanders wins

Trump wins Indiana; Cruz drops out; Sanders wins

Donald J. Trump became the presumptive Republican presidential nominee on Tuesday with a landslide win in Indiana that drove his principal opponent, Sen. Ted Cruz, from the race and cleared the way for the polarizing, populist outsider to take control of the party.

Clinton challenges Indiana abortion law at campaign stop

Clinton challenges Indiana abortion law at campaign stop

Just hours after the American Civil Liberties Union filed a lawsuit against a new Indiana abortion law, Hillary Clinton stumped miles away from the state Capitol and filed a sort of amicus brief.

Trump lays out plan to use Sanders' attacks against Clinton

Trump lays out plan to use Sanders' attacks against Clinton

Donald Trump on Sunday laid out plans to use Sen. Bernie Sanders's attacks to weaken Hillary Clinton in a general-election matchup.

Cruz picks Carly Fiorina as his running mate

INDIANAPOLIS

Cruz picks Carly Fiorina as his running mate

Ted Cruz, in an apparent act of desperation, announced Wednesday that Carly Fiorina will be his vice presidential running mate if he is the Republican nominee for president.

Trump sweeps five; Clinton takes at least three

Trump sweeps five; Clinton takes at least three

Businessman Donald Trump has been projected as the winner in all five Repubslican presidential primaries held on Tuesday — a clean sweep that illustrates Trump’s dominance along the Eastern Seaboard.

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