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A day after the final presidential debate, a yoga instructor and lifestyle coach appeared at a news conference to accuse Trump of sexual misconduct.
So Debate No. 3 had one clearcut winner: Fox News' Chris Wallace, USA Today reports.
The United States must remain "deeply engaged" in global affairs, former Defense Secretary William Cohen tells CNBC.
WikiLeaks emails seemed to show that the Clinton campaign reached out to Apple and Google to vet statements on encryption.
The Republican nominee said he will respond to the election results after the race has been decided.
If Donald Trump sticks to his message, he could still get enough votes to win, Steve Forbes says.
Peter Thiel, who has drawn fire from fellow tech executives for supporting Donald J. Trump, plans to address the issue in a speech this month.
Many noted the contrast between Donald Trump's earlier assertion that "no one has more respect for women" than he does.
"It was all fiction. It was lies and it was fiction," Donald Trump says of the accusations of sexual misconduct and assault against him.
Hillary Clinton accuses Donald Trump of personally shipped jobs overseas through his companies.
The former secretary of state criticizes WikiLeaks for enabling Russian hackers and their attempts to interfere in the election.
At their final debate, Trump and Clinton trade accusations about their charitable foundations.
Some college Republicans at Northeastern University find much to like about Trump's performance at the start of the final debate.
Trump says he wants abortion legality to be decided by individual states, while Clinton vows to defend abortion rights.
Donald Trump says he will make it a priority to remove "bad, bad people" from the United States.
Donald Trump said that a Hillary Clinton presidency would lead to a reduction of the Second Amendment.
The gloves came off in the final presidential debate as the candidates clashed over a "rigged" election, nuclear weapons, social issues and the economy.
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An estimated 71.6 million people watched the final debate between White House contenders Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump on TV on Wednesday.
Clinton and Trump agree on this issue, but they're both wrong about how to fix the problem, says Pinar Çebi Wilber.
There isn't a "chorus" behind Donald Trump's debate performance, experts told CNBC.