The 2016 election will determine who will succeed Barack Obama as president of the United States. Through the primaries and into the general election, a litany of Democratic and Republican candidates have battled it out both online and on the ground. Election day is Tuesday, Nov. 8.

Women say they were sexually harassed on Clinton, Sanders campaigns
Both women say the campaigns did not handle their situations well.
Kushner didn’t hand over Russia, WikiLeaks-related documents to Senate committee
Several documents 'known to exist' were not handed over to the Senate Judiciary Committee.
The 3 things Democrats must demand from the DNC going forward
Former DNC Chair Donna Brazile's tell-all has exposed severe weaknesses in the DNC. It's time to demand better.
Ex-DNC chair details ‘unethical’ Clinton takeover of party finances
An agreement said Clinton's campaign would pay off the DNC's debt in exchange for control of the financials.
Russia’s 2016 election hacking efforts extended far beyond Clinton, DNC
Other U.S. officials and defense contractors were also targeted.
Facebook, Twitter, and Google testify about Russian election interference
The tech companies went before the Senate Judiciary Committee to discuss 2016.
Facebook says 126 million could have seen Russian-backed posts
People who saw the ads were exposed to what Facebook called 'deeply disturbing' content.
House GOP leaders launch investigation into FBI’s Clinton email probe
House Republican leaders say they aim to restore confidence in the U.S. justice system.
How Congress plans to take online political ads out of the shadows
The Honest Ads Act could have major implications for U.S. elections—and the internet.
Pokémon Go used in Russia’s plot to disrupt the 2016 election
Pokemon Go joins Facebook, Twitter and other social media that were used by Russia.
Russian state media trolls U.S. with election hacking ads
RT's new ads poke fun at both President Trump's election as well as the Russia investigation.