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(CNN) - Another special-election loss, this time in Montana, has kicked off a round of

The Republican nominee was hypercritical of one up-and-coming singer’s skin.

By SAM STEIN and DANA LIEBELSON

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What the hell did I just watch in that presidential debate last night?

EDITOR'S NOTE: A CNN/ORC poll of debate watchers showed a clear victory for Clinton, with 57 percent saying Clinton won and 34 percent giving the nod to Trump. According to a YouGov's post-debate poll, which interviewed 812 registered voters who tuned into the debate, Clinton bested Trump by 47 percent to 42 percent.

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Augusta Thomas doesn’t mince words about what a New York Times headline called “Donald Trump’s Apology That Wasn’t.”

"He's horrible,” said the 85-year-old American Federation of Government Employees national vice president for women and fair practices.

EDITOR'S NOTE: We have added dashes in the most blatant racist and anti-Semitic comments Eichenwald cited in his article.

By STATE REP. LARRY CLARK

Gov. Matt Bevin has made it no secret that he favors so-called “right-to-work” legislation for the upcoming session of the Kentucky General Assembly.  His Republican colleagues in the House of Representatives echo this support and by all appearances intend to put the issue front and center when the legislature convenes this January. However, right-to-work supporters ignore some well-documented facts showing passage of such a bill is wrong for Kentucky’s working families and wrong for Kentucky as a whole.