Your cheat sheet to the issues that could come up in the presidential debate
Lots of issues that affect Americans' daily lives will likely come up at Monday night's first presidential debate. Here's a cheat sheet of what to know about a host of issues of significance, from taxes and jobs to the military and immigration.
With election approaching, Republican Senator Patrick Toomey still won’t endorse Donald Trump
Pennsylvania’s US Senate race has emerged as one of the closest in the country, with Republican incumbent Pat Toomey and Democrat Katie McGinty battling for tiny leads in state polls.
The Philadelphia Experiment
With debate looming, Trump must be held accountable on race and policing
On the eve of the first Hillary Clinton-Donald Trump presidential debate, the country is embroiled in a conflict that pits citizens’ rights against law and order, race against class, and right against wrong.
The Big Debate: will it matter?
Clinton vs. Trump: tonight's presidential debate has all the anticipation of a heavyweight championship bout on pay-per-view. But will it matter?
A complete guide to early and absentee voting
For those who can't wait to get this election over with, there's good news — early voting is starting. The bad news: That only applies to you if you live in one of 37 states that offer some kind of early voting (in person, absentee or by mail) without an excuse needed.
Inside Hillary Clinton's stump speech, annotated
To think about the structure of a Hillary Clinton stump speech, imagine a book shelf. Clinton probably has 50 books on the shelf, various elements of a speech, anecdotes, policies she talks about, themes, turns of phrase. For each speech she grabs a bunch of different books off the shelf.