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The Final Presidential Debate
Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump met for the third and final time at UNLV.
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
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.
The Latest: Trump Says 'It Would Be Very Easy to Apologize'
Donald Trump says "it would be very easy to apologize" to a woman who accused him of sexual assault _ but he won't do anything that seems like an admission of guilt
Important Documents of Past Presidents Going to Auction
An upcoming auction will feature John F. Kennedy's notes for a 1960 campaign speech and a fragment of George Washington's draft of his first inaugural address
Friday Rewind: Hurricane Matthew
Taking a look back at this week's top stories, including the powerful hurricane Matthew ripping through the Caribbean.
Why 2016's Vice Presidential Debate Is the Most Significant VP Debate in American History
ABC News' Brad Mielke talks to W. Taylor Reveley, the president of Longwood University and a presidential historian, about why this year's vice presidential debate matters more than previous cycles'.
Battleground Breakdown: Where Nevada Stands in the 2016 Presidential Race
State’s Voting History in Presidential Elections Nevada's been on something of a winning streak, as it has picked the national winner for the last nine elections, dating back to Ronald Reagan 's first term. The last time the state broke with the national trend was in 1976 when it voted for
First 2016 Presidential Debate Most Watched Ever, Surpasses 2012 Debates by 16+ Million Viewers
More than 84 million people watched Monday's presidential debate between Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump , topping the all-time record of 80.6 million set back in 1980, when Jimmy Carter squared off against Ronald Reagan , according to Nielsen. Overall, 13 networks aired Monday's event, whose