The 2016 US Election
As the GOP nominee floats excuses about his debate performance, here's our timeline of his extended blame game over the past 36 hours.
The FBI said foreign hackers had stolen the data from two state election databases and advised state officials to protect their data.
Her campaign said the briefing went on for two hours and took place at the FBI offices in White Plains, north of New York City, near the Clinton's home in Westchester County.
"Syrian refugees flood in," the ad says. "Illegal immigrants convicted of committing crimes get to stay — skipping the line. Our border open."
Members of the Bangladeshi-American community in Ozone Park, Queens, blamed Donald Trump's xenophobic rhetoric for the killing, while police said they had no reason to believe the attack was related to religion.
Clinton released her 2015 tax returns on Friday, showing she and Bill Clinton earned most of their money from speaking fees and book deals.
The GOP nominee again blamed the media for taking his comments at face value.
Last month’s cyberattack on the Democratic National Committee has raised fears that a foreign government or independent operator could hack the US presidential election itself.
Donald Trump and his surrogates on Wednesday attempted to walk back his comments on "Second Amendment people," pulling a dog-eared page from the GOP playbook: blame the media.
After slipping in the polls and alienating Republican insiders, the presidential nominee is trying a new tactic: Hitting his opponent with the same accusations lobbed at him, but harder.
The ruling follows a similar circuit court decision last week that struck down a voter ID law in Texas.