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Clinton-Trump Showdown Is Most-Watched Presidential Debate

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Presidential candidates Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump acknowledge their debate audience Monday night at Hofstra University. Tens of millions more were watching in audiences gathered elsewhere. Joe Raedle/AP hide caption

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Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump speaks as Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton and moderator Lester Holt listen during Monday night's presidential debate at Hofstra University in Hempstead, N.Y. Joe Raedle/Getty Images hide caption

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Candidates Want To Raise The Economic Tide To Lift Opportunity, But How?

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'New York Times' Editor: 'We Owed It To Our Readers' To Call Trump Claims Lies

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Brandie Seagrove of Harrisburg, Pa., recites the Pledge of Allegiance before Republican vice presidential nominee Mike Pence spoke during a campaign rally in Lancaster, Pa. Tom Williams/CQ-Roll Call Inc./Getty Images hide caption

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NBC's Lester Holt will moderate the Sept. 26 debate between Donald Trump and Hilary Clinton. Trump mistakenly called Holt "a Democrat," suggesting that he and other debate moderators would be "unfair." In fact, Holt is a registered Republican. Andy Kropa/Andy Kropa /Invision/AP hide caption

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