Hillary Clinton plans to take on one of Donald Trump's most controversial cheering squads -- the "alt-right." She's also blasting a report on her State Department meetings with Clinton Foundation donors, saying her work as secretary of state "was not influenced by any outside forces." Nancy Cordes reports.
GOP presidential candidate Donald Trump is taking name calling to a new level. At a rally in Mississippi, Trump called rival Hillary Clinton a bigot and accused the Democratic Party of using minority communities to garner votes. Trump also pulled to the stage a controversial figure who led the charge for Britain's exit from the European Union. Major Garrett reports.
Instead of spending the end of the August touring battleground states, Hillary Clinton is on a fundraising marathon to pay for her fall fight against Donald Trump. Her absence has kept her from turning the page on controversies involving her emails and the Clinton Foundation. Julianna Goldman has more.