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Morning Express with Robin Meade

A fast, personal, and smart blend of all the news you want in the morning. We call it "News in the Fast Lane." So buckle up.

What's in those 7000 newly released Clinton emails?

What's in those 7000 newly released Clinton emails?

The latest batch of Hillary Clinton’s emails include advice from friends and even Clinton asking for help setting up an iPad.

The State Department released about 7000 pages last night.

Donald Trump calls woman up on stage to verify that he is not wearing a toupee

Trump: 'I don't wear a toupee!'

Just how far will Donald Trump go, to convince the skeptics that is famous head of hair is not a wig?

At a rally in Greenville, South Carolina, the Republican presidential candidate tried to shut down the persistent rumors by calling a woman up on stage to confirm that his hair is in fact real. Hairsprayed, but real.

Univision anchor kicked out of Trump event

Univision anchor kicked out of Trump event

Donald Trump told an Univision TV anchor to "sit down" and "go back to Univision."

Trump said Jorge Ramos was trying to ask questions before his turn, and that's why he was removed.

Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump fields a question during the first Republican presidential debate hosted by Fox News and Facebook at the Quicken Loans Arena on August 6, 2015 in Cleveland, Ohio.

Trump: 'I said nothing wrong whatsoever'

Donald Trump says he did nothing wrong and will not apologize for comments he made about Fox News debate moderator Megyn Kelly.

HLN's Robin Meade reports.

Marco Rubio at the first GOP

GOP Debate: Winners & Losers

In case you missed it, here are some of the big takeaways from last night's GOP debate:

  • Donald Trump refused to back down on the idea of running as an independent if he doesn't get the nomination.
  • Ohio governor John Kasich scored some big points by playing up his experience, empathy and the fact that he had home-court advantage since it was in Cleveland.
  • New Jersey governor Chris Christie and senator Rand Paul got into it over NSA phone records.
  • Critics say Wisconsin governor Scott Walker answered all the questions, but didn't do anything to make himself stand out.
DailyMail.com White House correspondent Francesca Chambers continues our list.

TV debate line-up set

TV debate line-up set

The lineup for the first GOP debate is set. 

Tomorrow, Donald Trump, Jeb Bush and Scott Walker will take center stage along with 7 other top pollers.

Debate preview: Overcoming the Trump effect

Debate preview: Overcoming the Trump effect

What will the republican candidates have to do to stand out from the field of 10 that will take the stage in the first televised Presidential debate next week?

Political strategist Angela Rye says they'll need to show their differences, that is, if they can get a word in edgewise.

 Republican presidential hopeful businessman Donald Trump fields questions at The Family Leadership Summit at Stephens Auditorium on July 18, 2015 in Ames, Iowa.

Paper: Donald Trump a 'feckless blowhard'

In the wake of controversial comments he made about Sen. John McCain’s status as a war hero, a newspaper in Iowa is calling on Donald Trump to drop out of the presidential race. The Des Moines Register calls Trump a "blowhard" who is more focused on promoting himself than helping the nation.        

The editorial goes on to say, "Trump has proven himself not only unfit to hold office, but unfit to stand on the same stage as his Republican opponents."

US presidential hopeful Donald Trump delivers remarks at the Maryland Republican Party's 25th Annual Red, White & Blue Dinner on June 23, 2015 at the BWI Airport Marriott in Linthicum, Maryland.

NBC: Trump, you're fired

NBC told Donald Trump you're fired.

The network says it cut ties with the mogul, over derogatory comments he made, about Mexican immigrants.

Donald Trump announces bid for Presidency

'The Donald' jumps in

Donald Trump announced Tuesday that he was running for president Tuesday, saying he wants to "make America great again."

The businessman and reality TV star told the crowd at Trump Tower in New York that "I’m really rich" and that he plans to use all his own money for his campaign rather than relying on lobbyists or donors.

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