Hillary Clinton released her comprehensive plan to address mental illness in America on Monday. In Georgia, Mike Pence fired back at her claims Trump couldn't help the economy recover, calling her the "unrealistic" one.
In Iowa, Donald Trump continued his appeal to African-Americans for their vote following the death of basketball star Dwyane Wade's cousin in Chicago. The Clinton campaign shot back with a campaign ad, telling those voters they have "everything" to lose with Trump.
A white man from North Carolina called into C-SPAN's Washington Journal to say that he feared black people and asked Demos Action president Heather McGhee, an advocate for equality, "What can I do to change? You know, to be a better American?" Her reply has been viewed more than 1 million times on the Demos' Facebook page.
Donald Trump continued his appeal to to African-American and Hispanic voters on Wednesday, promising them safety, during a rally in Tampa, Florida. Meanwhile, Hillary Clinton's camp fired back regarding Clinton Foundation allegations in an AP report.
Hillary Clinton had lunch with Justin Timberlake and Jessica Biel on Tuesday while Tim Kaine visited Colorado to talk about all the work they'd do together. Donald Trump's VP pick Mike Pence accused the media of bias while at an event in Pennsylvania.
During a visit to Baton Rouge, La. Tuesday, President Obama promised a sustained national effort to help rebuild southern Louisiana after devastating flooding killed 13 people in the region and displaced thousands. "I need all Americans to stay focused on this," he said. "I know you will rebuild again."