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  • The Weekly Trek: September 23, 2016

    The Weekly Trek September 23, 2016 Top Political News In parting words to UN, Obama calls for ‘course correction’. Washington Post Advantage Hillary: Clinton widens lead as first debate looms. The Hill As Election Day Nears, Republicans Come Around to Trump. Wall Street Journal Who Will Be President? New York Times Republicans are now favored…

  • The Weekly Trek: September 16, 2016

    The Weekly Trek September 16, 2016 Top Political News As Clinton-Trump Race Tightens, Here’s How Forecast Models Differ. New York Times U.S. household incomes soared in 2015, recording biggest gain in decades. Washington Post Hillary Clinton Returns to Campaigning, Seeks to Refine Message. Wall Street Journal Despite gestures, Trump is still the least transparent U.S….

  • The Weekly Trek: September 9, 2016

    The Weekly Trek September 9, 2016 Top Political News 5 takeaways from Trump and Clinton’s military forum. The Hill Hillary Clinton’s Lead Has Shrunk: How to Assess the Polls. New York Times Debate moderators face perilous task. The Hill Where was the president in the eight hours after the Sept. 11 attacks? The strange, harrowing…

  • The Weekly Trek: September 2, 2016

    The Weekly Trek September 2, 2016 Top Political News Fed Faces Mixed Signals as Hiring Cooled in August. Wall Street Journal Donald Trump’s Unorthodoxy Extends to Spending. Wall Street Journal Democrats’ Edge in Voter Registration Is Declining, but Looks Can Be Deceiving. New York Times Hillary Clinton Piles Up Research in Bid to Needle Donald…

  • The Weekly Trek: August 26, 2016

    The Weekly Trek August 26, 2016 Top Political News Trump-Clinton race redraws battle for electoral college. The Hill Hillary Clinton’s 15,000 New Emails to Get Timetable for Release. New York Times The Biden Doctrine. The Atlantic Poll: Half of all voters won’t consider Trump. Morning Consult Transportation Congratulations to WSDOT on their discretionary grant award!…

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