An estimated 71.6 million people watched the final debate between White House contenders Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump on TV on Wednesday. » Read More
The topics of entitlements and immigration finally got their moments in the third and final presidential debate.
Trump's proposals to grow the economy and create jobs "are the issues that affect everyday Americans," Kellyanne Conway said.
Donald Trump refused to commit to accepting the outcome of the election, now less than three weeks away, reports NBC News.
As Europe tuned into Wednesday night's presidential debate, many agreed on the defining moment of the night, unfortunately for Donald Trump.
In their third and final debate, the two candidates didn't disappoint our ready and waiting fact check team at NBC News and PolitiFact.
The Republican candidate livestreamed his own debate coverage on Facebook, complete with commentary.
Neither Clinton nor Trump have a clear explanation of how they'd step up the fight against ISIS.
This time, Trump looked more prepared for policy questions and attacks, but ...
Trump totally botched the answer to the question about whether or not he would accept the elction results, says Jake Novak.
Twitter's top debate moments were the fight over sex allegations against Trump and his refusal to say he would accept election results.
A day after the final presidential debate, a yoga instructor and lifestyle coach appeared at a news conference to accuse Trump of sexual misconduct.
Many noted the contrast between Donald Trump's earlier assertion that "no one has more respect for women" than he does.
Donald Trump suggested that U.S.-backed forces in Iraq have only tried to retake Mosul because Hillary Clinton is running for president.
Hillary Clinton says Donald Trump's plan would add $20 trillion to the national debt.
The Republican nominee said he will respond to the election results after the race has been decided.
"It was all fiction. It was lies and it was fiction," Donald Trump says of the accusations of sexual misconduct and assault against him.
Roy Moore's wife fought back against accusations that her husband doesn't support blacks or Jews, saying at one point that one of their attorneys "is a Jew."
Here are six things to watch in a race that pits firebrand conservative Roy Moore against first-time Democratic candidate Doug Jones.
Bannon makes his comments a day before Alabama voters decide whether to send Moore or Democrat Doug Jones to the Senate.