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The Interpreter: Donald Trump?s Threat to Reject Election Results Alarms Scholars
Mr. Trump?s claims that the vote will be ?rigged? and ?taken away from us? erodes popular faith in democracy, political scientists say.
Hillary Clinton Attacks Donald Trump for Threatening to Sue Accusers
Hillary Clinton drew a contrast between how she and Donald Trump would conduct their first 100 days in office, zeroing in on his contention that he would sue the women who have accused him of making unwanted sexual advances. Mrs. Clinton and her running mate, Sen. Tim Kaine of Virginia, said Mr. Trump seemed less intent on governing than on avenging personal grievances.
Gay Republican Group Declines to Endorse Donald Trump
The Log Cabin Republicans said its members were torn between the favorable words Mr. Trump has spoken about their concerns and the anti-gay-rights policies he has embraced.
Annemarie Huste, Chef Who Said Too Much, Dies at 73
Ms. Huste, Jacqueline Kennedy?s personal cook, was fired for disclosing details about the family to the press.
A New Era of Internet Attacks Powered by Everyday Devices
The attack on the web?s infrastructure laid bare new vulnerabilities linked to our reliance on cameras, smart thermostats and the rest of the internet of things.
Donald Trump Endorsement Withheld by Gay Republican PAC
Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump lost a GOP ally Saturday when a gay PAC that had praised him as the most pro-LGBTQ Republican nominee in history withheld its endorsement. The Log Cabin Republicans PAC praised Mr. Trump for his overtures to the gay community in a statement on its website, but said its members are [?]
Donald Trump Pledges to ?Heal Divisions? (and Sue His Accusers)
Mr. Trump went to Gettysburg, Pa., for what was supposed to be a major policy speech. He spent much of it dwelling on grievances.
The Specials ? ?Rat Race?
A three-minute clip of Mr. Trump boasting about groping women appears to have prompted a change in consciousness that usually takes decades.
Texas Attorney General Is Again Fighting Fraud Charges
The federal Securities and Exchange Commission refiled a lawsuit against Ken Paxton that a judge previously dismissed, and Mr. Paxton also faces criminal charges.
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