63 million watched second presidential debateSome 63.6 million people watched the second presidential debate, a sharp fall from the record setting first debate.
'Trump is back in the race'Polls show second debate more competitive than first, with Trump beating expectations.
Trump and Clinton square off for round 2Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump debate each other over Trump's lewd comments, Syria, and Hillary's comments on Trump's supporters.
First debate of 2016 the most-watched everMore than 80 million people tuned in to see Clinton and Trump square off, making it the most-watched debate in American history.
Public, pundits react to first presidential debateCNN poll shows Americans by margin of 2-1 believe Clinton won debate.
Trump and Clinton - Head to headWatch the first debate between the two presidential candidates at Hofstra University in New York. Arutz Sheva reporter live at the scene.
Anticipation runs high leading up to first presidential debateDebates have had a major impact in past elections, so the two candidates are taking them very seriously; LA Times poll puts Trump up 4%.
Obama Responds to Romney's 'Binders Full of Women'Obama made his first reference Romney's "binders full of women" comment that set social networking sites ablaze during presidential debate.
Romney Sets Internet Ablaze with 'Whole Binders of Women' RemarkRepublican presidential candidate Mitt Romney set the Internet ablaze with “whole binders full of women” comment.
Romney, Obama Camps Voice Concern Over Second Debate ModeratorThe Obama and Romney campaigns have both voiced concern that moderator of second presidential debate, doesn’t plan on abiding by set terms.
Middle East to Dominate Final Romney-Obama DebateTopics for the third presidential debate on foreign policy were announced by the moderator and debate commission.
Romney Takes Lead in First-Ever Biblical Promise ElectionAverage of four polls gives Republican two-point lead. The U.S. is voting on a Biblical view of history and destiny.
Big Bird Responds to Presidential Debate"Sesame Street" had a little fun with last night's debate, tweeting a response to Romney saying he would eliminate federal subsidy to PBS.