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  • The second debate showdown

    CNBC's John Harwood breaks down the second presidential debate between Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton.

  • Republican U.S. presidential nominee Donald Trump and Democratic U.S. presidential nominee Hillary Clinton shake hands at the conclusion of their presidential town hall debate at Washington University in St. Louis on Oct. 9, 2016.

    Throughout the 90-minute exchange, they exchanged insults, defended themselves and even ventured into actual policy positions.

  • Silhouettes of Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump and Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton

    Influencers take to social media to chime in as Clinton and Trump go head to head in the second presidential debate.

  • Audience member Robin Roy (C) reacts as U.S. Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump greets her at a campaign rally in Lowell, Massachusetts January 4, 2016.

    Calls by some Republicans to replace Donald Trump at the top of the GOP ballot are “unrealistic," CNBC was told.

  • Former U.S. president Bill Clinton looks on during the second presidential debate with democratic presidential nominee former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton and republican presidential nominee Donald Trump at Washington University on October 9, 2016 in St Louis, Missouri.

    Donald Trump said that his widely criticized comments about women were just "things that people say," while accusing former President Bill Clinton of misdeeds.

  • Democratic presidential nominee former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton and Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump arrive for the town hall debate at Washington University on October 9, 2016 in St Louis, Missouri.

    Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump pointedly didn't shake hands when they began their second presidential debate on Sunday night.

  • Trump's latest strategy will 'fall flat': Academic

    Trump has chosen to deflect criticism instead of taking responsibility for his comments, says Emory University's Andra Gillespie.

  • Chairman of the Republican National Committee Reince Priebus

    The few scenarios under which Republicans can replace Donald Trump as the nominee are unlikely to succeed, NBC News reports.

  • Donald Trump

    Trump pledged to finish the race as GOP politicians denounced his behavior and a number openly called on him to quit, NBC News reports.

  • OTTAWA, Oct 4- Canada, fearful of talk by the U.S. presidential candidates to reopen the North American Free Trade Agreement, could use the opportunity to push for a better deal on worker mobility, dispute resolutions and other issues, Canadian negotiators of the original pact said. The agreement between the United States, Canada and Mexico is often used for...

  • OTTAWA, Oct 4- Canada, fearful of talk by the U.S. presidential candidates to reopen the North American Free Trade Agreement, could use the opportunity to push for a better deal on worker mobility, dispute resolutions and other issues, Canadian negotiators of the original pact said. The agreement between the United States, Canada and Mexico is often used for...

  • Nuclear explosion

    The GOP determined that a big part of its 2012 defeat was the party's inability to court minority voters. So how did we get to Trump?

  • President keeps president waiting

    President Obama awaits President Clinton at the top of the steps to Air Force 1. The current president gently encourages the former president, saying "Let's go" several times.

  • President Barack Obama touches the coffin of Shimon Peres after delivering his eulogy during the funeral at Mount Herzl Cemetery on September 30, 2016 in Jerusalem, Israel.

    Nobel Peace Prize laureate and former Israeli president Shimon Peres was remembered as a "great man" as scores of world leaders attended his funeral.

  • Donald Trump speaks during a campaign rally in Waukesha, Wisconsin.

    Trump doesn't think he's gotten enough credit for not talking about Bill Clinton's history of sexual misconduct in Monday's debate, NBC News reports.

  • NEW YORK, Sept 28- You do not learn a lot from tax returns, Republican Donald Trump proclaimed in Monday's U.S. presidential debate. "From a tax return, you get distinct, discrete financial numbers," says Jude Boudreaux, a certified financial planner at Upperline Financial Planning in New Orleans. Democrat Hillary Clinton's returns showed that she and her husband,...

  • NEW YORK, Sept 28- You do not learn a lot from tax returns, Republican Donald Trump proclaimed in Monday's U.S. presidential debate. "From a tax return, you get distinct, discrete financial numbers," says Jude Boudreaux, a certified financial planner at Upperline Financial Planning in New Orleans. Democrat Hillary Clinton's returns showed that she and her husband,...

  • NEW YORK, Sept 28- You do not learn a lot from tax returns, Republican Donald Trump proclaimed in Monday's U.S. presidential debate. "From a tax return, you get distinct, discrete financial numbers," says Jude Boudreaux, a certified financial planner at Upperline Financial Planning in New Orleans. Democrat Hillary Clinton's returns showed that she and her husband,...

  • They argue that the EPA overstepped its regulatory authority under the federal Clean Air Act when the agency issued rules to curb greenhouse emissions mainly from coal-fired power plants. Tuesday's highly anticipated arguments drew a crowd of hundreds at sunrise to watch the opponents face off against the EPA, 18 states and some supportive power companies.

  • Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump (L) speaks as Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton (R) listens during the Presidential Debate at Hofstra University on September 26, 2016 in Hempstead, New York.

    Clinton and Trump sparred over the economy during the debate, but David Malpass and Roger Altman disagreed on who came out on top.