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Clinton and Trump prepare for their first debate face-off in September.
Trump softens on immigration while scandal still plagues Clinton.
Bill's role in Hillary's presidency and a TV sitcom's role in the 2016 election
Trump's leadership team turns over & Clinton faces questions about her family foundation.
Inside TIME Magazine's Trump cover story and what independent voters think about 2016.
Donald Trump sparks another firestorm, but is his campaign catching on with voters?
How VP nominees Mike Pence and Tim Kaine differ in style.
Donald Trump's week of missteps and Hillary Clinton's email problems continue.
The most memorable moments from the DNC and Trump's role as a "strategic disrupter."
Democrats attack Trump's credibility during nominating convention.
Washington Week is on the ground in the city of brotherly love.
Days before the Democrats meet in Philadelphia, Hillary Clinton makes her VP pick.