CHILMARK, Mass. — Adding a touch of politics to his vacation, President Barack Obama on Monday urged Democrats to campaign aggressively for the next 80 days to elect presidential candidate Hillary Clinton, saying "if we do not do our jobs, then it's still possible for her to lose."
SCRANTON, Pa. — Vice-President Joe Biden assailed Donald Trump's ability to lead America at home and abroad on Monday, branding him as indifferent to the needs of Americans in his first campaign appearance with Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton.
ATLANTA — In a story Aug. 14 about the fatal shooting of a police officer in Eastman, Georgia, The Associated Press, relying on information provided by the Georgia Bureau of Investigation, reported erroneously the age of the slain officer.
WASHINGTON — Donald Trump on Monday painted the Middle East as an oasis of stability before Hillary Clinton's tenure as secretary of state, arguing that she and President Barack Obama "launched" the Islamic State group onto the world.
FLINT, Mich. — A federal emergency declaration over Flint's lead-tainted water crisis ended Sunday, but state officials said work continues to fix the drinking water system and provide services to city residents.