Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump will face off on the debate stage for the third and final time on Wednesday night in Las Vegas. Since their last combative meeting at the second debate, a number of women have come out publicly to accuse Trump of sexually assaulting them -- allegations that Trump has repeatedly denied.
The third and final presidential debate is here.
Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton will face off tonight in Las Vegas. Six topics are on the docket, but news of the past week may dominate discussion.
For Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump, it's time to begin the closing arguments. Both nominees enter Wednesday's presidential debate -- the final showdown of the election season -- with historically high unfavorability ratings, and need to convince undecided voters why the country would be worse off with their opponent in the White House.
On Wednesday, the presidential candidates will face off on the debate stage for the third and final time before November’s election. Here’s how to tune in online for free, even if you don’t have cable.
Accusations of sexual assault, hacked emails, GOP infighting, and claims that the election could be rigged will set the stage for what could be the most contentious showdown yet.
Has this election become too nasty for another debate to substantially change minds?
For a presidential campaign notable for dark warnings of the coming apocalypse, the one thing that actually could bring about an apocalypse -- climate change -- has been conspicuously absent from the debates.
Children have been captivated by this unusual presidential campaign.
A coalition representing veterans wants the presidential candidates to address deportations of veterans in Wednesday's debate.
It's happening: the final presidential debate. Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump are scheduled to cap off the last of three official presidential debates on Wednesday at 9:00 p.m. ET.
Lots of options on YouTube, Wednesday night, at 9PM ET, for the last brouhaha.
Regal Entertainment Group, which owns and operates Regal Cinemas nationwide, is offering Americans the opportunity to watch the third presidential debate on the big screen.
Fox News’ Chris Wallace will moderate the third presidential debate on Oct. 19 – Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton’s final face-off before the November election.
The second presidential debate between Hillary Clinton, Democratic nominee, and Donald Trump, Republican nominee, gathered a large crowd at ATS, and included timely topics like racial tensions, taxes and educational policies.
The topics for the third presidential debate between Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump include the Supreme Court, immigration and “fitness to be President.” The bipartisan Commission on Presidential Debates announced Wednesday that Fox News host and moderator Chris Wallace had selected the topics for the debate.
The Commission on Presidential Debates released topics on Wednesday for the third — and final — presidential debate next week.
The topics for next week’s third and final presidential debate at UNLV were announced Wednesday by the Commission on Presidential Debates.
In a presidential debate, a moderator has to wear multiple hats. A University of Wisconsin-Whitewater professor believes NBC's Lester Holt handled the moderator responsibilities best out of the three moderators thus far.
The winning presidential ticket has come away with no worse than a draw in eight of the nine vice presidential debates to date. Here's what you need to know.