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The Ladies of 'The View' Discuss the Final Presidential Debate
Check out some of the high and low points from the final presidential debate.
The Latest: Clinton Says Trump Looks to Blame Somebody Else
Hillary Clinton says Donald Trump's unwillingness to say he'd accept the results of the election is part of his effort to "blame somebody else for his campaign."
The Final Presidential Debate
This is it Clinton trump the final debate fight night in Vegas. There you see the countdown clock it all begins in just three minutes we're competing in a rigged elections are rigged elections it's. Sorry for them I don't really bad company. And didn't even more stunning round two he has said that
Rapid Response to the Final Presidential Debate
And that does it right there debate season wrapped up for 2016. Hillary Clinton walked up from the podium we'll take you to shake. Chris Wallace's hand. Will there be a handshake between Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton. Little suspense right there. As we watch them. It was a lively ninety minutes
Presidential Nominees Discuss Their Views on Supreme Court
Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump start the final presidential debate discussing the Supreme Court of the United States.
Kansas Cites Slavery-Era Ruling in Abortion Case, Backpedals
Kansas' attorney general is withdrawing a court brief that cites the slavery-era Dred Scott decision to support the state's position that the Kansas Constitution does not guarantee a right to an abortion
Court: Right to Vote Constitutionally Protected
A federal appeals court has laid out the legal reasoning behind its decision earlier this month that allowed thousands of Kansas residents to register to vote without providing documents proving their U.S. citizenship
Suit Seeks Voter Registration Extension in Coastal Georgia
A federal lawsuit seeks an extension of the voter registration deadline in Georgia's six coastal counties because of disruptions caused by Hurricane Matthew
Hungary's Far-Right Jobbik Party Wants to Ban Residency Bond
Hungary's far-right Jobbik party says it will only support the government's constitutional amendment opposing the mass settlement of migrants if it also bans a disputed arrangement offering residency permits to foreigners buying a special state bond
The Latest: Hungary Far Right Wants Tougher Anti-Migrant Law
The Latest on Europe's response to massive influx of asylum-seekers and migrants (all times local): 6:40 p.m. Hungary's far-right Jobbik party says it will only support the government's constitutional amendment opposing the mass settlement of migrants if it also bans a disputed plan offering