Hillary Clinton

Politicians Skeptical of AT&T-Time Warner Deal

A day after AT&T announced its intention to purchase Time Warner in a deal valued at more than $100 billion, politicians on both sides of the aisle expressed skepticism at the deal. The regulatory approval process for the deal will stretch into 2017, meaning it will be handled by the new […]

Al Smith Dinner Draws Strong Viewership

A day after the third presidential debate, viewers were looking for more of the two presidential nominees together in person. Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump both appeared at the annual Al Smith Dinner, a fundraiser for Catholic children’s charities. CNN and MSNBC both broadcast the event until its conclusion while […]

Arizona Moves Towards the Democrats

Arizona, a state that went for the Republicans in 2008 and 2012, is starting to shift towards Democrat Hillary Clinton with little more than a dozen days remaining in the election. Senator John McCain won his home state by eight-and-a-half percentage points while Governor Mitt Romney won the state by nine […]

Utah Poll Shows Three-Way Race

A new poll conducted by Y2 Analytics for Deseret News shows Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump and Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton tied for first in the typically red state of Utah. Deseret News is owned by the Mormon Church and Donald Trump has struggled with Utahans and Mormons throughout […]

Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump Invited to First Debate

The Commission on Presidential Debates invited Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton and Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump to the first presidential debate. As a result of their inclusion, their respective running mates, Senator Tim Kaine and Governor Mike Pence, will take part in the vice presidential debate. Excluded from the […]