Here is what the media talked about (and what it ignored) after Monday's presidential debate

More than 84 million people tuned in to Monday's debate. The showdown lasted 97 thrilling, depressing, gut-wrenching, bizarre, hopeful minutes depending on your point of view. But how to make sense of it? For that, we turn to the pundits. So, what did the media choose to highlight? Did they focus more on substance or…

Clinton wasn’t 100% right about violent crime at the debate—but Trump was way off

Violent crime is up in the United States: Last year, there were 15,696 murders in the U.S., marking an 11% increase from 2014, according to federal crime statistics released Monday by the FBI. If you only read the headline, it’s easy to think America really is coming undone, as Republican presidential candidate Donald…

Welp, Donald Trump spent the night yelling at a woman and a black man on national TV

The transcripts from last night’s debate are littered with Donald Trump’s interjections: “wrong”; “lies”; “ugh.” Grabbing the mic compulsively, the Republican nominee made every attempt to steamroll over moderator and opponent alike. Moments after he and Hillary Clinton officially ended their first in-person faceoff,…

Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton had a devastating exchange about his hatred of women

Going into Monday night's first presidential debate, it was clear that the gender disparity between the two candidates—Hillary Clinton, the first woman ever to be nominated by her party for the highest office in the land, and Donald Trump, a man with a history of crude and offensive behavior toward women—was going to…