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The 2016 Race: Do Campaign Ads Matter? Donald Trump Offers a Rare Chance to Find Out
The 2016 Race: Do Campaign Ads Matter? Donald Trump Offers a Rare Chance to Find Out
Clinton Leads Trump as Marathon Nears the Final Sprint

Clinton Leads Trump as Marathon Nears the Final Sprint

Hillary Clinton and Tim Kaine in Philadelphia on Saturday night.
Voters Increasingly Turning to Internet for Information, Survey Shows

Voters Increasingly Turning to Internet for Information, Survey Shows

Tarsha Herelle cast a ballot during early voting in Madison, Wis., earlier this month.
Voters Fear Their Ballot Won’t Count, Poll Shows

Voters Fear Their Ballot Won’t Count, Poll Shows

Early voters this month for the general election, in Mesa, Ariz.
Rodrigo Duterte, Pushing Split With U.S., Counters Philippines’ Deep Ties

Rodrigo Duterte, Pushing Split With U.S., Counters Philippines’ Deep Ties

President Rodrigo Duterte of the Philippines in Pasay, a city southeast of Manila, before leaving for Japan on Tuesday. The next day, Mr. Duterte called for American troops to leave his country,
Hillary Clinton Gains Some Ground Among Young Voters, Poll Finds

Hillary Clinton Gains Some Ground Among Young Voters, Poll Finds

Hillary Clinton campaigning in Coconut Creek, Fla., on Tuesday.
A Presidential Friendship Has Many South Koreans Crying Foul

A Presidential Friendship Has Many South Koreans Crying Foul

President Park Geun-hye of South Korea bowed after issuing a statement of apology in Seoul on Tuesday.

The 2016 Race: Get Ready for Another Swing in the Polls, but Not Necessarily a Shift in the Race

Many news events have moved polls in recent months, all of them looking like possible turning points — until they weren’t.
The 2016 Race: What to Look For When the Polling Drought Ends

The 2016 Race: What to Look For When the Polling Drought Ends

Supporters of Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump at recent rallies.
The 2016 Race: Where’s Outrage Over F.B.I. Disclosure? Not Among Voters

The 2016 Race: Where’s Outrage Over F.B.I. Disclosure? Not Among Voters

James Comey, the F.B.I. director, testifying on Capitol Hill in September.
What to Expect While Voting, a Short Guide

What to Expect While Voting, a Short Guide

Early voters at San Francisco City Hall filled out long ballots as they cast their votes one week before the election.

How the Poll Was Conducted

The latest New York Times/CBS News Poll is based on telephone interviews conducted Oct. 28 through Nov. 1 with 1,561 adults throughout the United States. Of those, 1,333 said they were registered to
Gender Politics: ‘It Really Does Get Into Your Head.’ The Election, Through the Eyes of Teenage Girls.

Gender Politics: ‘It Really Does Get Into Your Head.’ The Election, Through the Eyes of Teenage Girls.

Daryn Hickok, 16, Grant High School “The idea of him becoming president, I feel like I might not necessarily get to the leadership roles I’d want because of his perspective on women.”
Hillary Clinton Sees Ugliness, and Joy, in Race’s Closing Days

Hillary Clinton Sees Ugliness, and Joy, in Race’s Closing Days

Hillary Clinton in Greenville, N.C., on Thursday.
Forget the Cost to the Candidates. This Campaign’s Cost America More.

Forget the Cost to the Candidates. This Campaign’s Cost America More.

Supporters of Hillary Clinton kept up with the second presidential debate at a restaurant in Mexico City on Oct. 9.
The 2016 Race: Fact-Checking Can Change Views? We Rate That as Mostly True

The 2016 Race: Fact-Checking Can Change Views? We Rate That as Mostly True

A violent crime scene in New York in 1994. Crime has fallen sharply in the city and throughout the rest of the country since then, although most Americans don’t seem to know it.

The 2016 Race: Clinton Has Solid Lead in Electoral College; Trump’s Winning Map Is Unclear

It’s still not obvious where and how Donald Trump would win. Based on his travel schedule, his campaign might not know either.
Forget the Cost to the Candidates. This Campaign’s Cost America More.

Forget the Cost to the Candidates. This Campaign’s Cost America More.

Supporters of Hillary Clinton kept up with the second presidential debate at a restaurant in Mexico City on Oct. 9.