Trump Details Where He Stands On Abortion; Fiorina Goes On The Record Regarding Vaccinations
Meanwhile, NBC examines the similarities between the policy positions of Hillary Clinton and President Barack Obama.
Trump Hails Women's Health Issues, Details Abortion Exemptions
Donald Trump, calling women’s health issues “very important,” is making it clear he now supports a woman’s right to chose an abortion in the case of rape, incest or if her life is at risk. (Shutt, 8/16)
Carly Fiorina: Vaccinations Should Be Left Up To Parents
Former Hewlett-Packard CEO Carly Fiorina said Thursday that vaccinations should be left up to parents — a view that puts her in sharp contrast with at least one other Republican presidential candidate. (Collins, 8/14)
Why Hillary Clinton's Ideas Are So Similar to Obama's
If you're trying to figure out Hillary Clinton's position on a key issue, often there's an easy way to know: it's usually the same as President Barack Obama's. From community college (make it free) to ending the U.S. embargo with Cuba (a good idea) to going around Republicans in Congress and using executive power to change U.S. policy on immigration (yes) to creating a Medicare-for-all style health system (no) to raising the minimum wage (yes, but not to $15 an hour), Clinton's stances have closely mirrored those of Obama. (Bacon, Jr., 8/15)