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Will either Clinton or Trump shift their strategy going into the final debate?
Several women have accused Republican nominee Donald Trump of inappropriate contact.
When Trump visits a classroom of 1st graders, their "authentic reactions" are recorded.
In one month and after two more debates, the 2016 presidential election will be over.
Lawmakers pass government funding bill. Plus the "Rubik's cube" of Trump personalities.
Clinton tries to build on debate momentum while Trump tries to regroup.
Gary Johnson will not debate and will Hispanic elected representation expand in November?
The presidential candidates will meet for their first face-to-face debate on Monday.
For the second time in 3 years, a NSA contractor is accused of stealing information.
When Joe Biden and Paul Ryan debated in 2012, the focus was on the presidential candidates
There is little official oversight of the judiciary where judges are appointed for life.
We look back at Shimon Peres' negotiating of the 1993 Oslo Accord.
Colorado students discuss issues & whether CO is still up for grabs in the election.
Hillary Clinton & Donald Trump face off for the first time next week. What would you ask?
Two-time VP debate moderator Gwen Ifill talks about the job.
A look back at the 1996 welfare reform.
Gwen Ifill hosts an immigration electronic town hall with PBS Stations in AZ and CA.
Gwen Ifill hosts an electronic town hall with PBS Member Stations in Ohio and Oregon.
Washington Week looks back on the day that changed America.
Paul Newman filmed a promotional video for Washington Week in 1999.
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