2016 Presidential Election
A look at the credibility of six key claims the candidates made about the world beyond U.S. borders.
The pair met head-to-head for the final time before voters go to the polls on November 8.
Moderator Chris Wallace began the debate by asking the candidates where they want the Supreme Court to take the country.
Uncork your beverage of choice as the Democratic and Republican presidential nominees square off for the final time: You're going to need it.
Many young voters are unmoved to participate in the current political system. It's not difficult to see why.
The Republican nominee needs the final debate to go well to garner some last-minute voter support.
Celebrity presidential endorsements might enrage or inspire you. But there's little evidence they can put someone in the White House.
John Podesta split the 39 names into "food groups" for Clinton.
Essential articles that will get you up to speed on each of the six topics the presidential nominees will be discussing.
Britain's recent general election and Brexit vote showed us that anything can happen.
The Republican nominee's destructive behavior has victimized cities, businesses, investors, partners and even members of his own family.
The Trump we know today is no different from the Trump who has been plaguing humanity for the last half-century.
"The lack of coverage they complain about so much might have genuinely benefited them," Oliver says of the leading third-party candidates. "Their key proposals begin to crumble under the slightest scrutiny."
No voting scheme is entirely fair, but the American system is among the worst.
Election officials in at least nine states have credited the social media giant with sparking a wave of registrations.
Contractors in Atlantic City got smart and instituted the Trump Tax, padding out bids to eventually break even when Trump shorted the final payment.
Governor Nathan Deal had refused to give voters more time to register, despite the hurricane's dire effects.
The president said Donald Trump doesn't have the temperament, knowledge or honesty to become commander in chief.
The first lady called the GOP presidential candidate's comments about women "intolerable."
Voter advocacy groups are asking for the deadline to be moved to next Tuesday.
The Trump campaign denied a report in Serbian weekly magazine Nedeljnik that Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump has issued an apology for his country's decision to bomb Serbia during Bill Clinton's tenure at the White House.
New allegations by a series of women have rocked the Republican presidential campaign.
Advocacy groups argued that more than 100,000 voters could be disenfranchised in the aftermath of Hurricane Matthew.
Trump allegedly told Howard Stern, via CNN, that he "sort of gets away with things like that."
The Republican presidential nominee's comments about torture and minority groups make him "dangerous," Zeid Ra'ad al-Hussein said.
Trump says Paul Ryan and Republicans are "disloyal," after the House speaker said he's turning his focus to congressional races.
Trump supporters can't name one scenario that might help mitigate the effects of climate change.
Hillary Clinton appoints Barack Obama to the Supreme Court, Bernie Sanders as treasury secretary...
The Republican presidential hopeful blasted Secretary Clinton for deleting thousands of private emails.
The party's split will need repair, regardless of what happens in November.