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Let’s face it: The only thing the media love more than a presidential debate is the pre-game chatter.
The final hours before tonight's first 2016 presidential debate brought all the hype of a political version of the Super Bowl, with expectations, predictions and talk of special guests -- and Hillary Clinton's customized lectern -- dominating coverage.
Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton met with Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu on Sunday as the presidential candidates brush up on foreign policy hours before their debate.
Omran Daqneesh's face, bloodied and bruised, has become a powerful symbol of the horrors inflicted on the war-ravaged northern city of Aleppo, Syria. The 5-year-old Syrian boy -- rescued last month after an airstrike -- might now have a home in the U.S. if a little boy from New York gets his way.
The final hours before the first 2016 presidential debate on Sunday seemed more like the eve of Super Bowl -- with experts offering predictions and strategies, the Clinton and Trump campaigns posturing and Americans wondering who indeed has first-row tickets.
Some leaders in a blue-collar Nebraska suburb that's home to Offutt Air Force Base are borrowing an idea from a vastly more liberal state: Ban apartment renters from smoking cigarettes and e-cigarettes inside.
Donald Trump met Sunday as expected with Israel Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, discussing such key issues as the Iran nuclear deal, Middle East stability and problems that the Islamic State terror group has created in the region, according to the Trump campaign.
The Hillary Clinton campaign on Sunday defended the FBI granting immunity to Cheryl Mills and other Clinton aides in the agency’s investigation into Clinton using a private server system while secretary of State.
Republican vice-presidential nominee Mike Pence said Sunday that Gennifer Flowers will not attend the first presidential debate and that Donald Trump floated the idea to “mock” Clinton campaign efforts to district voters by “playing games with front row seats.”
Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump tweeted Saturday that he would invite former Bill Clinton paramour Gennifer Flowers to sit in the front row at Monday's first presidential debate against Hillary Clinton, but a campaign insider told Fox News on Sunday he would not invite any special guests to call attention to the Clinton family's history.