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With debates done, here’s what to look for in final weeks

With debates done, here’s what to look for in final weeks

Donald Trump entered the third presidential debate Wednesday night trailing by a wider margin in national polls than any modern candidate who has ever gone on to win the presidency.

Fact-checking the third presidential debate

Fact-checking the third presidential debate

What's true, false, and somewhere in between.

Poll results: Who won the third presidential debate?

Poll results: Who won the third presidential debate?

Who bested who in the final debate before election day?

Who is Malik Obama?

Who is Malik Obama?

A native a Kenya, now a U.S. citizen, he's also President Obama's half-brother.

DNC operatives seen scheming to incite Trump rally chaos

DNC operatives seen scheming to incite Trump rally chaos

Two operatives who were working with the Democratic National Committee to help elect Hillary Clinton are no longer working in that role after an undercover video appeared to show them plotting to incite violence at Donald Trump’s rallies.

Retired general gives Trump angry voice of authority

WASHINGTON

Retired general gives Trump angry voice of authority

Lt. Gen. Michael Flynn appears likely to emerge from the campaign as the angry voice of what could best be described as the alternative right of the U.S. national security establishment.

Clinton leads poll, but New Yorkers like others better

Clinton leads poll, but New Yorkers like others better

Most New Yorkers are evidently supporters of Hillary Clinton when it comes to this year’s presidential race, but she doesn’t have the positive numbers to match two other popular Democrats.

Spike in voter registration seen in Capital Region

CAPITAL REGION

Spike in voter registration seen in Capital Region

Election officials across the Capital Region observed a spike in voter registration coinciding with the deadline last week.

Local election commissioners say voter fraud unlikely

CAPITAL REGION

Local election commissioners say voter fraud unlikely

Local election commissioners said they haven’t seen any instances of voter fraud in their time on the job, adding that there are several measures in place to prevent illegitimate voting.

Election officials, Clinton team brace for fallout from Trump's 'rigged' claims

Election officials, Clinton team brace for fallout from Trump's 'rigged' claims

Donald Trump's escalating effort to undermine the presidential election as "rigged" has alarmed government officials administering the vote as well as Democratic and Republican leaders.

Clinton holds clear advantage in new battleground polls

WASHINGTON

Clinton holds clear advantage in new battleground polls

Hillary Clinton holds a decisive advantage over Donald Trump in the competition for votes in the Electoral College, leading in enough states to put her comfortably over the 270 majority needed to win the presidential election in November, according to a new poll.

Melania Trump rejects women’s claims her husband groped them

Melania Trump rejects women’s claims her husband groped them

Melania Trump emerged Monday to forcefully defend her husband and question the honesty of the women making the accusations.

Documents: Official wanted FBI to change Clinton email classification

Documents: Official wanted FBI to change Clinton email classification

A top State Department official tried to pressure the FBI to change its determination that at least one of the emails on Hillary Clinton's private server contained classified content, two FBI employees told colleagues investigating her use of a private server last year.

Woman says Trump reached under her skirt and groped her in early 1990s

Woman says Trump reached under her skirt and groped her in early 1990s

Kristin Anderson says Donald Trump groped her at a crowded Manhattan nightspot

Michelle Obama calls Trump comments on women ‘intolerable’

MANCHESTER, N.H.

Michelle Obama calls Trump comments on women ‘intolerable’

Michelle Obama on Thursday issued a deeply personal denunciation of Donald Trump for his lewd comments about women, exhorting voters in scathing terms to reject his candidacy and the campaign’s increasingly vulgar tenor by backing Hillary Clinton as a matter of conscience.

Trump calls allegations by women 'false smears'

Trump calls allegations by women 'false smears'

Donald Trump pushed back aggressively on Thursday against what he called “false smears” from women who claimed unwanted advances.

Multiple women accuse Donald Trump of making sexual advances

Multiple women accuse Donald Trump of making sexual advances

Four women accused Donald Trump of groping or kissing them without their consent in news reports published Wednesday, just days after the Republican presidential nominee insisted in a debate that he had never engaged in such behavior.

Two women say Trump touched them inappropriately

Two women say Trump touched them inappropriately

Donald Trump was emphatic in the second presidential debate: Yes, he had boasted about kissing women without permission and grabbing their genitals. But he had never actually done those things, he said. Two women who were watching him say those words say otherwise.

Pence asks Republicans to share WikiLeaks revelations, but overstates what's in them

Pence asks Republicans to share WikiLeaks revelations, but overstates what's in them

Republican vice presidential nominee Mike Pence encouraged activists in the Quad Cities to "tell your neighbors and friends" about the emails published by WikiLeaks after a hack of a Hillary Clinton campaign account.

How Assange turned WikiLeaks into Trump's best friend

How Assange turned WikiLeaks into Trump's best friend

Starting in late July, Wikileaks released more than 19,000 emails showing that the Democratic Party had secretly conspired to thwart the campaign of Vermont Senator Bernie Sanders. Since posting that scoop, Julian Assange has seemed to align himself closely with the Donald Trump campaign.

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