By Tess Owen
Four women who competed in the 1997 Miss Teen USA pageant told BuzzFeed that Trump would often show up in their dressing room unannounced while the contestants, some as young as 15, were changing.
“Sometimes men are indeed pigs...doesn’t make it right but we know it goes on," said Kathryn Serkes, the co-founder of Women Vote Trump, in response to leaked audio of Trump from 2005.
By Tess Owen
Canadian author Kelly Oxford encouraged her female followers on Twitter to share their experiences of abuse and sexual assault, and they did under the hashtag #notokay.
By VICE News
Trump recorded the video after an earlier half-apology for the hot-mic moment where he described his 2005 comments as "harmless locker-room banter."
The Trump tape on the bus qualifies as a really bad moment for a candidate who already has problems with women.
"When you're a star they let you do it." Trump said of trying to kiss beautiful women. "Grab them by the pussy. You can do anything."
Rather than winning a trophy for the Libertarians, Weld is now on the same mission as Hillary Clinton, and that's stopping Republican nominee Donald Trump.
Pence controlled the VP debate and managed to deliver a revisionist version of Trump, while looking, well, presidential.
By Kayla Ruble
What year is it? Both VP candidates took every opportunity to bring the debate back to Russia and one-up each other on how tough they'd be on its strongman leader.
The U.S. has had 71 consecutive months of job growth. That's the longest on record.
The VP is always "a heartbeat away," as they say, but Tim Kaine and Mike Pence have a better-than-normal chance of actually becoming president of the United States.
By Tess Owen
Trump's campaign said they will comply with the attorney general but that they are "very concerned about possible political motives" behind the investigation.
In the wee hours of Friday morning, the mogul candidate fired off a series of tweets falsely accusing 1996 Miss Universe Alicia Machado of making a "sex tape."
The overwhelming majority of D.C.'s Beltway Insiders think the American public is pitifully uninformed on government policy.
As the GOP nominee floats excuses about his debate performance, here's our timeline of his extended blame game over the past 36 hours.
Whedon is known more for directing blockbusters than political ads, but for the last six weeks of the election, expect him to use his rolodex to try to flood social media for Hillary.