Live from the campaign trail


CHARLOTTE, N.C. (AP) — The killing of a black man by a Charlotte police officer, and the sometimes violent protests that followed, have intensified the political divide in a state crucial to deciding whether Hillary Clinton or Donald Trump wins the presidency.

While Donald Trump touted the overuse of 'stop and frisk' policing as what made New York City safe again during Monday's presidential debate, Mayor Bill de Blasio, an opponent of the tactic, argues that the 'stop and frisk' tactic is not the cause of lower violent crime in New York.