Hillary Clinton shored up support in battleground states while Donald Trump crisscrossed the country, NBC News reports.
Trump is at 170 electoral votes, down from 180 last week, reports NBC News.
All the uproar over Hillary Clinton's email is just a distraction. And that's the real scandal here, says Vox writer Matt Yglesias.
While Democrats' agitation is palpable, it's driven more by anger at what they see as unprecedented and appalling meddling in the election.
If Alexander Hamilton were alive today, here's how he might handle Twitter, the scandals and the rest of election 2016, says author Jeff Wilser.
What happens to all of the tweets the Obamas have sent over the years?
Democrats are blaming FBI Director Comey for the latest email controversy. Here's who's really to blame, says Jonathan S. Tobin.
The GOP candidate may not be too kind toward foreigners or immigrants, but a minority of Asian-Americans support him.
A normally red state, Arizona has emerged in 2016 as a presidential battleground.
Trump is going against tradition in his campaign spending strategy, says Joshua Spivak. Here's how it might pay off.
CNBC's Eamon Javers reports on the latest WikiLeaks email releases and the ways they could affect the election on November 8th.
The document lays out some of the overlap between the Clinton charity and the family's for-profit interests.
Rosalind Helderman, Political Reporter at The Washington Post, discusses the murky connections between the Clintons' personal finances and those of the Clinton Foundation.
CNBC's Eamon Javers reports the latest on the WikiLeaks release of John Podesta's emails.
CNBC's Eamon Javers reports the latest on Hillary Clinton's emails revealed by WikiLeaks including a look at the tangled web of Bill Clinton's business arrangements and the Clinton Foundation.
What the authenticated memo makes clear is how inseparable the Clinton Foundation was to business interests, NBC News reports.
Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump on Wednesday called for a "21st century" version of the 1933 Glass-Steagall law that required the separation of commercial and investment banking, a change the Republican Party also supported in its 2016 policy platform. Trump gave no details about his banking plan other than to say he would prioritize "helping...
Trump's rise, scary as it has been, offers several reason for the left to feel optimism, says Professor Corey Robin.
The former secretary of state confirmed to NBC News' Andrea Mitchell that he will vote for Hillary Clinton.
One of the biggest trends in philanthropy is wealthy donors getting institutions named after themselves, but there's more than vanity at stake.