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Jennifer Harper

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Articles by Jennifer Harper

GOP presidential candidate Donald Trump, here with Laredo Police officers, has won the support of many law enforcement organizations. (Associated Press)

Trump: Loyal to law enforcement, wins endorsement from 354,200 officers

Donald Trump continues to win the confidence of the nation's law enforcement officers -- of particular interest to voters in a dangerous age. So far this year, Mr. Trump has been endorsed by the National Fraternal Order of Police, which represents 330,000 officers; the National Border Patrol Council, representing 16,500 Border Patrol agents; and the National Immigration and Customs Enforcement Council, which counts 5,000 federal immigration officers in its ranks. Published October 6, 2016

House Speaker Paul Ryan to hit campaign trail with Donald Trump

Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton will spend a quiet weekend in seclusion, sharpening her skills for the second presidential debate on Sunday night. Her rival Donald Trump, however, has opted for a high-profile appearance in Wisconsin on Saturday, with a special guest. Published October 6, 2016

Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton and running mate Sen. Tim Kaine at a rally in Virginia. (Associated press) ** FILE **

A priest issues fierce pro-life challenge to Hillary

The Rev. Frank Pavone, national director of Priests for Life, hopes that Hillary Clinton and Sen. Tim Kaine, a Catholic, can offer some candor on abortion. Their narrative, the priest suggests, is lacking. Published October 5, 2016

Author Ed Klein has a new investigative book out which showcases controversies surrounding Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton. (Regnery Publishing)

Ed Klein: 'Hillary is guilty as sin'

Here comes an October surprise. Behold, it's "Guilty as Sin" by Ed Klein, former editor-in-chief of The New York Times Magazine, a contributing editor to Vanity Fair and author of numerous investigative books, including "The Truth About Hillary." Published October 4, 2016

Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump speaks at the Shale Insight Conference, Thursday, Sept. 22, 2016, in Pittsburgh. (AP Photo/ Evan Vucci)

Donald Trump assembles Pro-Life Coalition to take his campaign message to values voters

Donald Trump is intent on reassuring values voters get his pro-life message. The GOP nominee has announced the creation of a new Pro-Life Coalition ready to spread the word that if elected, Mr. Trump intends to defund Planned Parenthood, nominate pro-life justices to the Supreme Court and support Pain-Capable Unborn Child Protection Act -- among other things. Published September 29, 2016

Oscar-winning actor Jon Voight has stepped forward to clearly support and defend GOP presidential nominee Donald Trump. (Image from Fox News Channel)

Jon Voight defends Donald Trump: 'He tells the truth'

A Hollywood powerhouse came forward this week to speak well of Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump. In an interview with Fox News, Oscar-winning actor Jon Voight called the candidate "an extraordinary fellow who has accomplished much in his life," adding that Mr. Trump remains "clear and strong" even at the end of a 12-hour day -- and is exceptionally considerate to event staff and other personnel he encounters on the campaign trail. Published September 28, 2016

Only 69 percent of the nation are sure they will vote Nov. 8, a poll found. (Associated Press)

Sick: Americans now suffering from 'election-related stress'

Election fatigue and even election sickness now appears to be gripping the nation. Blame it on shrill news coverage, chaotic details, emotional pressures and persistent partisan discord, perhaps. Weary Americans are uneasy about election day, now 42 days off and closing in fast. Things have gotten so challenging that the medical community has noticed. Published September 27, 2016