Hillary Clinton Hoping to Maintain Momentum After Last 2 Debates
Democratic nominee plans to hit Donald Trump on allegations of sexual misconduct and his claims that the election is rigged.
Who Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton Invited to Tonight's Debate
Donald Trump is continuing his trend of taking controversial guests to the presidential debates . The Republican nominee invited Malik Obama, the president's half-brother, to sit in the audience at tonight's third and final 2016 presidential debate, at the University of Nevada in Las Vegas. Malik
The Latest: Ivanka Trump Says Father Will Honor Vote Results
Ivanka Trump says her father will honor the results of the election and if they show that he's lost the presidential race he will concede to Hillary Clinton.
What to Expect From Hillary Clinton at 3rd Presidential Debate
ABC News' Cecilia Vega reports on Clinton's debate preparation and why she is bringing Mark Cuban and Meg Whitman as her guests to the final presidential debate.
The Latest: Trump Wants Term Limits for House, Senate
Donald Trump says he wants congressional term limits of six years for House members and 12 years for the Senate
HP Inc. Will Cut 3,000 to 4,000 Jobs Over Next 3 Years
HP Inc. is cutting 3,000 to 4,000 jobs over the next three years, saying it's continuing to face challenges in the markets for personal computers and printers
Clinton Camp Formally Launches 'Republicans for Hillary' Effort
The Clinton campaign today announced the formal creation of a group to recruit Republican and independent voters dissatisfied with the GOP nominee, Donald Trump . The launch of the group, "Together for America," comes after months of scattered efforts by the campaign and its allies to woo
The Note: Clinton Courts Republicans
NOTABLES --CLINTON CAMP FORMALLY LAUNCHES 'REPUBLICANS FOR HILLARY' EFFORT: The Clinton campaign today announced the formal creation of a group to recruit Republican and independent voters dissatisfied with the GOP nominee, Donald Trump. The launch of the group, "Together for America," comes after
Crossing the Aisle: Growing Number of Republicans Won't Back Trump
Hewlett-Packard CEO and prominent Republican donor Meg Whitman announced today that she will vote for Hillary Clinton in November. Whitman adds her voice to a growing chorus of those on the right who are voting across the aisle, abstaining from voting, or leaving the party rather than vote for GOP
The Note: The Rift Widens
NOTABLES --GROWING NUMBER OF REPUBLICANS WON'T BACK TRUMP: Hewlett-Packard CEO and prominent Republican donor Meg Whitman announced this week that she will vote for Hillary Clinton in November. And last night Air Force vet and Rep. Adam Kinzinger, R-Illinois, made it official in an interview with