The archive of all headlines from September 28, 2016, organized by time of publication.
Analysis: The debate, the first of three presidential meetings within the next month, occurred as a host of national surveys showed Clinton and Trump locked in an extremely tight race for the presidency. What people around the world thought of the first U.S. presidential debate
The first U.S. presidential debate broke viewership records at home -- and the rest of the world watched with great interest too. Here's what people in other countries thought of the first head-to-head matchup between Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton. Trump flinched under Clinton’s criticism, but this race is not over
Embattled Wells Fargo & Co. Chief Executive John Stumpf will forfeit compensation worth about $45 million, part of the company's response to the still-unfolding scandal over millions of fake accounts created by bank employees.Wells Fargo faces 'top-to-bottom' Labor Department review for possible workplace violations
After Monday’s debate, Donald J. Trump said his mike might have been tampered with and that he was right to comment on a beauty queen’s weight. He also threatened to make Bill Clinton’s infidelity a campaign issue.
Advisers to Donald J. Trump plan to more rigorously prepare him for his next debate with Hillary Clinton on Oct. 9 in St. Louis.His aides are concerned that his focus and objectives dissolved during the first standoff, but whether Mr. Trump is open to practicing remains uncertain.
Protests erupted in the San Diego County city, with friends of the man's family saying he suffers from a mental illness and did not pose a threat to the officers. Most of the demonstrators are concerned the shooting was racially motivated. NATION
The Senate votes 97-1 to override President Obama’s veto of a bill letting families of victims of the 9/11 attacks sue the Saudi Arabian government. The bill next goes to the House, which is poised to similarly vote. Senate overrides Obama 9/11 veto in overwhelming vote
Treasurer John Chiang says his office will no longer invest in Wells Fargo securities, go through Wells Fargo to buy stocks or bonds, or appoint the bank to underwrite certain bond offerings.Lawmakers press Fed Chief Janet Yellen to punish Wells Fargo for fake accounts scandal