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Wednesday, September 2, 2015

CNN Politics

Clinton camp uses talking points to quell email concerns

Yesterday
Another batch of emails released, another opportunity for Hillary Clinton's camp to tell the public -- and nervous Democrats -- See? Nothing to worry about.

China, Russia amassing personal info

Yesterday
Chinese and Russian intelligence services are collecting personally identifiable information on a grand scale so they can target American government workers for counter-intelligence, a U.S. official told CNN Tuesday.

WH picks new company for ID protection

Yesterday
The 21.5 million current and former federal employees who had their sensitive personal information accessed by Chinese hackers will have a new suite of protections from ID Experts, the Office of Personnel Management announced Tuesday.

First on CNN: Koch operative leaves group

Yesterday
The president of one the top nonprofits bankrolled by Charles and David Koch has left the organization to start another major group in the powerful Republicans' orbit, CNN has learned.

Former aide: Romney not reconsidering 2016 run

Yesterday
Mitt Romney isn't reconsidering his decision to stay out of the 2016 presidential race, former top aide Eric Fehrnstrom said Tuesday.

Trump jabs back at Bush

Yesterday
Donald Trump on Tuesday hit back at Jeb Bush's accusation that the billionaire businessman is not a true conservative, amid an intensifying feud between the two Republican presidential candidates.

Newest Planned Parenthood video spotlights new company in alleged fetal sale

Yesterday
An anti-abortion group released its ninth video Tuesday accusing a new company of illegally buying parts from aborted fetuses at Planned Parenthood locations.

CNN amends GOP debate criteria

Yesterday
CNN is amending the criteria for its Republican presidential debate on September 16, possibly opening the door for Carly Fiorina to join the other top-tier candidates on the stage.

Iran deal only one vote away from getting through

Yesterday
Obama is on the verge of a victory after two Senate Democrats said they would back the Iran nuclear deal.

'Draft Biden' staffs up in New Hampshire

Yesterday
As speculation over Joe Biden's 2016 presidential aspirations continues, the super PAC "Draft Biden" is expected to announce a key hire Wednesday in the first-in-the-nation primary state of New Hampshire, a source close to the group confirms to CNN.

China brushes off Trump 'disturbances'

Yesterday
Donald Trump isn't getting under China's skin despite his steady stream of criticism aimed at the country.

Report finds Michigan lawmakers in scandal abused office

Yesterday
Two Michigan lawmakers embroiled in a scandal involving an affair and a fake prostitution email both abused their office for personal and political reasons, a newly concluded investigation found.

Bush: Government shouldn't make new gun laws

Yesterday
Jeb Bush, speaking to a room full of high school students, said Tuesday that society needs to get better at identifying and helping people with mental health issues. He also argued that new gun laws aren't the right solution to address gun violence.

Howard Dean endorses Clinton — again

Yesterday
Hillary Clinton is touting the support of the one-time liberal darling of the 2004 presidential race: Howard Dean.

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