"While people should stay informed, the antidote" to election year stress is "not be having it 24/7 in front of your face," says Dr. Gail Saltz, a psychiatrist and host of the podcast "The Power of Different."
Donald Trump has been planting seeds of doubt about the integrity of our political system. CNN's Brian Stelter says "we, as a country, cannot allow ourselves to become numb" to the conspiratorial talk.
"The Pollsters" podcast co-hosts Margie Omero and Kristen Soltis Anderson explain why web surveys are not scientific measures of public opinion. Plus: how to properly interpret horse race polls between now and Election Day.
How accessible is Hillary Clinton to journalists? Tamara Keith, who covers the Clinton campaign for NPR, talks with Brian Stelter about the candidate's decision not to hold a full fledged news conference so far this year.
What did Margaret Sullivan accomplish in her tenure as The New York Times in-house watchdog? What will she miss about the newsroom -- and what won't she miss? In her last month on the job, Sullivan sits down with Brian Stelter.
Jason Miller, who joined the Trump campaign as senior communications advisor in June, discusses media bias, journalists' treatment of the Trump campaign, and the so-called "blacklist" of prominent news outlets.