FBI Director: No Charges for Clinton Over New Emails

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F.B.I. Director James Comey testifies before the House Judiciary Committee September 28, 2016 in Washington, DC. (Photo: Win McNamee / Getty Images)

On Sunday, FBI director James Comey told Congress that a review of additional Hillary Clinton emails does not change the bureau's conclusion that she should not face charges. With one day before the election, we talk about how the Comey announcement might affect the presidential race. We'll also look at the states still in play, the latest early voting numbers, and what to watch for in campaign's final day.

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Carrie Johnson, justice correspondent, NPR

David Mark, reporter; former senior editor, Politico; author, "Doubletalk: The Language, Code and Jargon of a Presidential Campaign"

Sahil Kapur, national political reporter, Bloomberg