Structural factors rooted in America's partisan divide help make the Democratic and GOP candidates the least-liked in modern polling.
The state legislators say that more stringent voter laws could prevent election fraud. Critics say that the measure is discriminatory and could disenfranchise minority voter groups.
In spite of its century-long record of endorsing Republican candidates, the Manchester-based daily newspaper has backed Libertarian Gary Johnson.
The Democratic presidential candidate repeatedly seems to reveal as little as possible to the public. Is she too lawyerly for her own good?
Past perceived gaffes, such as Romney's '47 percent' comment in 2012, have drawn far more attention from the media than from voters, who may make up their minds about candidates in other ways.
'My good friend' is routinely used on the House and Senate floors when one colleague addresses another. And with Congress back in town – albeit briefly – the exercise in decorum is now being heard all the time.
Hillary Clinton's recent pneumonia diagnosis raises questions about how previous presidents dealt with health crises, and why Mrs. Clinton's health has become a flashpoint issue during this campaign.