OFF TO THE RACES: Clinton's path to 270 remains the same
NBC's Alex Seitz -Wald with a reality check: Clinton's path to 270 still looks about the same.
The Washington Post checks in with Republicans in Wisconsin and finds some lingering resistance to Trump.
Black turnout is down for Clinton. The New York Times looks at what that might mean.
Will Trump be able to stay on script?
The Wall Street Journal has a good summary of the campaigns' last minute changes in tactics.
What exactly was going on with the FBI's posting of the Marc Rich pardon documents yesterday? The Washington Post reports on the oddly-timed document dump.
ICYMI yesterday: "Attorney General Loretta Lynch and FBI Director James Comey met Monday to discuss reviewing as swiftly as possible the newly discovered emails that could be related to their probe of Hillary Clinton's private server, officials told NBC News."
From the New York Times: "The F.B.I. and Justice Department faced a hard decision in two investigations this past summer that had the potential to rock the presidential election. The first case involved Donald J. Trump's campaign chairman, Paul Manafort, and secretive business dealings in Ukraine. The second focused on Hillary Clinton's relationships with donors to her family foundation. At the urging of the Justice Department, the F.B.I. agreed not to issue subpoenas or take other steps that would make the cases public so close to the election, according to federal law enforcement officials."
The KKK's official newspaper is endorsing Trump, but his campaign says it rejects the support.
POLITICO reports that white nationalists are plotting an Election Day show of force.
Nevada's Joe Heck flipped on Trump again, now saying that he does meet the bar to serve as commander-in-chief.
And Julia Louis-Dreyfus, in a video for NextGen Climate, endorses Clinton and downballot Senate Democrats.