2016 Presidential Debates
"Maybe I have overlearned the lesson of staying calm, biting my tongue, digging my fingernails into a clenched fist, smiling all the while," Clinton writes.
A good idea has been defeated by the superficiality of the media's political reportage.
Four answers the Republican should have given to Chris Wallace.
The Republican presidential nominee did not do much to boost his stock with female voters.
The Republican nominee needs the final debate to go well to garner some last-minute voter support.
The Republican nominee has focused less on immigration in the general election, but it continues to be on the minds of voters, particularly in Nevada.
Essential articles that will get you up to speed on each of the six topics the presidential nominees will be discussing.
The candidates will discuss six topics at the University of Nevada, Las Vegas.
"No man would ever be at fault for having a serious look on his face," experts tell Newsweek.
This is not an election we are engaged in. It is a national emergency.
New allegations by a series of women have rocked the Republican presidential campaign.
The charges of Paula Jones and other women have been aired for years, and it's new information that matters in campaigns.
The Republican presidential hopeful blasted Secretary Clinton for deleting thousands of private emails.
With campaign in free fall, Trump turns ugly, accusing Bill Clinton of assault and threatening to jail Hillary Clinton.
Hillary Clinton declared Trump's remarks, caught on a video that surfaced Friday, reflect "exactly who he is."
GOP nominee defiant amid increasing calls for him to withdraw from the presidential race.
Even pre-#TrumpTapes, the GOP nominee has been trailing Clinton overall and in two crucial swing states.
Essential reading about the two presidential nominees, before they go (candidly) head-to-head.
The presidential candidates will speak directly to uncommitted voters at their second debate, on Sunday night in St. Louis.
The last three incumbents—Joe Biden, Dick Cheney, and Al Gore—had a sizeable influence overseas.
Virginia Senator Tim Kaine and Indiana Govenor Mike Pence took the debate stage Tuesday.
Clinton won over some new supporters with her performance Monday night, two surveys show.
Nearly 81 million Americans watched the debate between Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump, CNN reports.
Clinton was the clear winner among a gathering of New York businesspeople, most of whom would've been expected to be in the Trump camp.
Clinton used Trump's swipes to address his derogatory comments toward women.
Clinton was seen as the victor in Europe while things were less clear-cut in Russia and China.
The two presidential candidates debated topics including Libya, ISIS and North Korea.
Many students at Hofstra University said the outcome of the first presidential debate will determine who gets their vote in November.
The gap between the two candidates has narrowed in the past week, with the latest Reuters/Ipsos poll showing Clinton ahead by 4 percentage points.
Famous moments have reinforced the public's negative image of candidates while others have helped dispel such notions.