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How the 2016 Election Became a Battle of the Sexes

Even as an October surprise threw her advantage into doubt, Hillary Clinton has always had a lead with women voters. And Donald Trump's behavior has opened the biggest gender gap in more than half a century, with 60% of registered voters saying he has little or no respect for the opposite sex. Read more in this week’s cover story

Hillary Clinton Has Slight Edge Over Donald Trump in New Poll

Clinton's lead in the poll—which falls within the margin of error—is the latest sign that the race has tightened in recent weeks after a brief period when she led by double digits in some surveys

Take a Look Back at Donald Trump’s Life in Pictures

Donald Trump is one of the most famous people in America, in part because he’s constantly reinventing himself. TIME went through the archives to find rare photos from throughout his life and career

This Writer Ranked American History's Dirtiest Elections. Here’s What He Says About 2016

There was so much mudslinging in this campaign season it’s hard to find a clean spot on either candidate. But things could always be worse—and they have been

TIME's Political Columnist: Hillary Clinton Is the Only Choice to Keep America Great

"Donald Trump is unendorsable," TIME's Joe Klein writes. "There hasn't been a major-party candidate less fit for the presidency in American history"


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