With this months-long and particularly heated presidential race drawing to a close, trick-or-treaters and costume-searchers have found some inventive ways to combine politics and Halloween. Here are just a few:
Since the death of Justice Antonin Scalia in February, the ninth seat of the Supreme Court has remained empty. It seems likely that the next president will be responsible for appointing a new justice. Where do Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton stand on this and other Supreme Court issues? With just two weeks until Election Day, we look into their positions on the nation’s highest court.
Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton face off Wednesday night for the final presidential debate. The previous two debates were defined by personal attacks and threats of imprisonment, which left many voters still searching for the candidates’ substantive answers on policy. So we asked Washington Week viewers: what would you ask Trump or Clinton in the final presidential debate? Here’s what they told us.
Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump will face off in the final debate of the 2016 election cycle Wednesday in Las Vegas. Join the PBS NewsHour for live coverage and analysis from Mark Shields, David Brooks and Amy Walter starting at 9pm ET.
After months of criticism regarding Clinton's private email server as secretary of state, Wikileaks has now also released thousands of supposedly hacked emails from her presidential campaign. As Donald Trump touts the emails as evidence of Clinton’s “crooked” campaign, we looked into each nominee’s positions on cybersecurity.
President Trump’s decision to withdraw the United States from the Paris climate accord is the latest example of his raw political instincts pulling him away from the center, in spite of a chorus of moderates in the business community and in the administration urging him to stick with the agreement.