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WHERE THEY STAND: Clinton, Trump on the Issues
WHERE THEY STAND: Clinton and Trump on the issues, from abortion to Wall Street
AP Exclusive: 'High Threat' Texas Border Busts Aren't Always
Records reviewed by The Associated Press show some arrests along the Texas border labeled as "high threat" include drunken drivers and child-support dodgers
WHY IT MATTERS: Immigration
WHY IT MATTERS: Immigration a flashpoint that shapes millions of lives, communities across US
The Note: Debate Day After: ‘Suspense’
NOTABLES --SEVEN MOMENTS THAT MATTERED: Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump faced off on a debate stage for the last time of this presidential election cycle, and the candidates were clearly primed for the fight. The Republican and Democratic presidential contenders took the stage at the University of
Final Debate Brings Little Clarity to Undecided Voters
As a tumultuous campaign nears an end, undecided voters across the country hoped to find clarity in the final debate of the U.S. presidential race
Tim Kaine Calls Donald Trump's Refusal to Commit to Accepting Election Results 'Shocking'
Virginia Sen. Tim Kaine declared that the "starkest moment" of last night's third and final presidential debate in Las Vegas was when Donald Trump refused to commit to accepting the results of his presidential race against Hillary Clinton . "I thought that was probably the starkest moment of the
Sen. Tim Kaine on the Final Presidential Debate
Kaine reacts to the debate performance of his running mate, Hillary Clinton, and Donald Trump's refusal to say whether he will accept the election results.
Takeaways: Trump Sends Shock Waves With Defiant Stance
Trailing in the polls, Donald Trump had little to lose in his final debate against Hillary Clinton
Hillary Clinton, Donald Trump Clash in Final Presidential Debate
Highlights from the big moments between the presidential candidates, including abortion, immigration and the Wikileaks email release.
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."