Defense chief in Iraq to assess Mosul operation

Defense Secretary Ashton Carter exits the Pentagon to welcome Republic of Korea Minister of National Defense Han Min Koo. (Cliff Owen/AP)Ashton Carter’s unannounced visit underscores the risk American forces are taking as they advise Iraqi troops.

Trump's longshot path to 270 electoral votes

A Donald Trump supporter at a rally in Newtown, Pa., on Oct. 21. (Jonathan Ernst/Reuters)Though Hillary Clinton leads in the polls, Donald Trump still has a narrow, four-step path to victory.

Where Trump, Clinton stand on 'law and order'

Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton. (Via Yahoo News)Yahoo's Liz Goodwin explains the candidates' disparate approaches to the criminal justice system.

Clinton camp's plan if Trump won't concede

Hillary Clinton arrives in Cleveland, Ohio, on Oct. 21. (Carlos Barria/Reuters)Should Hillary Clinton win, her team wants to be prepared to undermine claims of a "rigged" election.

What the Clinton and Trump surrogate operations tell us about their campaigns

(Yahoo News)There are about 200 people on Hillary Clinton’s multilayered team, while Donald Trump’s team is smaller, less structured, and less stable.

Congress' step toward legalizing sports betting

Congress takes a huge step toward legalizing sports betting in AmericaESPN reports that a congressional committee is in the process of reviewing the three biggest federal gambling laws.

'He was speaking for a great deal of America'

A.J. Delgado, right, a senior adviser to the Trump campaign, speaks with Yahoo News and Finance Anchor Bianna Golodryga. (Yahoo News)Trump adviser A.J. Delgado says the GOP candidate was referring to Hillary Clinton's policies when he called her "a nasty woman."

How Trump has mastered the art of losing

Donald Trump (Getty Images)How does Donald Trump lose? The answer, apparently, is that he never does. At least not in his own mind.

What leaked emails from top Clinton aide revealed

John Podesta (Getty Images)One of the highlights was a message about a $1 million check that Qatar promised to Bill Clinton as a birthday gift.

Christie aide: He knew about 'traffic study'

Former Christie aide: He knew about "traffic study." (Getty Images)Bridget Kelly, Gov. Chris Christie's former deputy chief of staff, is accused of plotting to close lanes on the G.W. Bridge.

Why Apple might want to bid for Time Warner

Why Apple might want to bid for Time Warner. (BBC News)AT&T is reportedly in a rush to buy the media firm that makes "Game of Thrones" — in part because it's afraid others might sweep in.

Clinton's most effective advocate

Michelle Obama (Ross D. Franklin/AP)Michelle Obama probably helps Hillary Clinton on the trail more than the president, said White House press secretary Josh Earnest.

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