'I want to ask Mr Trump, would my son have a place in your America?'
It’s weird to ask Clinton and Trump to bicker viciously on Wednesday over who needs to be jailed and who is a sexual predator and then follow it up with an annual Catholic fundraiser dinner for needy children
The 2008 video and blog post reveals another opinion the Republican nominee had of his current rival
Clinton has made no secret of her views on Brexit – she doesn’t much like it, and she is likely to follow the line set by Obama that Britain will be ‘at the back of the queue’ for a trade deal
America can only hope the pattern of Hillary Clinton's political career continues to hold: she's always been better in office than when running for it
The Alfred E Smith dinner has always been a chance for candidates to put politics to one side, but in an election campaign where one candidate has suggested their rival be assasinated, it remains unclear how this will work
Republican Party fears Trump is sabotaging the chances of candidates for Congress
The Rasmussen poll puts the Republican at 43% versus Hillary Clinton at 40%
With Trump, his agitation became apparent when he started pointing his index finger at Clinton and leaning into the microphone to interrupt, comment or make a point
One of the posts was just a picture of a baby
Ms Clinton has triumphed over Trump in each of the three debates but the margin of her success narrows each time
Despite some personal attacks, the final exchange between the candidates saw a greater emphasis on policy
Mr Trump denies he said Japan should be able to defend itself with nuclear weapons
A look at some of the claims in the debate and how they compare with the facts
'Donald thinks belittling women makes him bigger. He goes after their dignity, their self-worth, and I don’t think there is a woman anywhere who doesn’t know what that feels like'
The final showdown lived up to expectations