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A group of coal miners wave signs for Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump as they wait for a rally in Charleston, W.Va., Thursday, May 5, 2016.

Obama Administration Announces Handout to Coal Communities as Election Looms

With the plight of coal communities suddenly factoring in a tight election, however, the Obama Administration made a curious announcement: it will ring up “nearly $28 million in investments to grow the economy in the nation’s coal-impacted communities.” The new package is intended to complement a previous $38.8 million package for coal communities announced in August.

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Overflow Crowd of 2,300 Floods Mike Pence Utah Rally

Rallygoers were packed into the Infinity Event Center, with those on the floor were asked to squish together so more people could get in. Ultimately the fire marshal told a Trump-Pence campaign official that the limit had been reached with about 1,300 people packed in the building and another 1,000 outside hoping to get in.


Two Weeks Left: Race Tightens with Clinton and Trump in Statistical Tie Nationwide

Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump are in a statistical tie with less than two weeks to go before election day, according to a new national Fox News Poll of likely voters released Wednesday. Clinton leads Trump with a three-point advantage, 44 to 41 percent, with 10 percent of likely voters surveyed backing a third-party candidate, and four percent remaining undecided.