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Fmr. Israel Prime Minister: Election discourse has become "shallow"

Former Israeli Prime Minister Ehud Barak says the rhetoric around the US election, as well as elections around the world, has become more about style than substance because of reality shows and social networks.

First debate: What does each candidate need to do?

Clinton and Trump prep ahead of the first Presidential debate.

Facebook's plan to fight terrorism

Facebook is working with students from Afghanistan, Pakistan and countries all over the world to combat extremism in their communities. CNNMoney's Laurie Segall sits down with Facebook's head of product policy, Monika Bickert, to talk about the effort.

As debate approaches, newspapers question Trump's truthfulness

First presidential debate set for Monday, Sept. 26.

When citizens film police: Does anything change?

CNNMoney takes a look back at citizen video recordings of police, from Rodney King to Eric Garner, and now Keith Lamont Scott. With cameras in everybody's pockets, will behavior change?

Lester Holt in spotlight as moderator of first debate

The NBC Nightly News anchor will preside over what may be the most highly-anticipated presidential debate in American history, the first between Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump.

Yahoo's data breach explained

Yahoo confirmed that over 500 million accounts had sensitive information stolen by hackers almost two years ago. CNNMoney's Samuel Burke tells Yahoo users what it means for them.

Jeffrey Tambor: 'Transparent' speaks the truth

'Transparent' star Jeffrey Tambor and creator Jill Soloway talk about why they love the show's characters and how trans people want to be represented on screen.

The 'white working class' explained

A new CNN/Kaiser Family Foundation poll breaks down what it means to be a white, working class person. CNN's Christine Romans explains who is in that demographic, and what they want out of the election.

Yahoo confirms massive data breach

Yahoo confirmed Thursday that hackers may have obtained sensitive information from 500 million user accounts in late 2014.