Images as Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton spar during the third and final presidential debate of campaign 2016.
Eyewitness News Political Analyst Joe Fleming joins us live in studio to discuss the big takeaways from the debate.
Wednesday’s contest quickly shifted from a calm, policy-focused faceoff into a bitter and deeply personal confrontation.
While Clinton’s campaign is confidently expanding into traditionally Republican states, Trump’s narrow electoral path is shrinking.
Some things to watch for in Wednesday’s 90-minute faceoff at the University of Nevada, Las Vegas.
Wednesday’s contest comes just under three weeks from Election Day and with early voting already underway in several battleground states.
Comparing Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump’s child care and family leave 2016 proposals.
At the same time Clinton is showing new signs of confidence, she faced fresh revelations about her use of a private email server as secretar…
The two candidates laid out their stances on the issues in Friday’s Newsmakers debate.
Gov. Nathan Deal declined to give residents of coastal Georgia more time to register for the Nov. 8 election after the storm disrupted the f…
A debate between two candidates for state representative of House District 52, North Kingstown.
Mrs. Obama said the comments made by Trump are part of a long history of demeaning women.
Early voting is available to all registered voters, unlike absentee voting where few qualify, explained the Elections Office.
Early voting could account for as much 40 percent of ballots in 2016, throwing the typical campaign timeline into chaos
Clinton adviser John Podesta pointed the finger at Trump adviser Roger Stone, who he said has been in touch with WikiLeaks founder Julian As…
Recent revelations of Trump’s predatory sexual comments about women deepened the worries among GOP officials who fear he’ll drag down their …
Eyewitness News Political Analyst Joe Fleming joins us live in studio to discuss the second presidential debate.
A look at some of the claims by the presidential candidates in the second televised debate.
The tension between the two presidential candidates was palpable. The pair neglected to shake hands at the start of the debate.
After dominating news headlines all weekend long, Donald Trump is still limping toward this critical presidential debate against Hillary Cli…
The panel included Paula Jones, Juanita Broadderick, Kathy Shelton and Kathleen Willey.
The Republican presidential nominee tweeted a link Sunday to an interview with Juanita Broaddrick, and its headline that she “relives brutal…
In a recording, Trump describes trying to have sex with a married woman and brags about women letting him kiss and grab them because he is f…
Get to know this November’s ballot questions.
“My opponent seems not to know the difference between an ally and adversary,” Clinton said at an evening fund raiser in Washington.