CNBC's Bob Pisani reports the CME Group has said they were a victim of cyber intrusion in July. There is no evidence trades were affected.
commonsense1: I think we can all agree that NO candidate should be allowed to MIS-use the national media and national stage to tell untruths (lies) the American public. So let's start with that common agreement. However, to "let the candidates handle it" accomplishes little, as that just turns into a "he-said/she-said" scenario which accomplishes little and leaves the public confused. At the same time, having the moderators try to fact-check on this spot is probably impossible and likely disrupting to the debate process. SOLUTION: A 10 minute bread midway, the Integrity Interlude, where fact-check information is brought to the forefront, giving the candidates a minute to respond to any issues, move egregious first. And if one candidate has all five of the worst, then he or she gets hammered. Then we finish with a Integrity Epilogue, 15 minutes at the end where fact checkers summarize the worst of the worst....and whomever is the worst gets hammered. Frankly, if it's developed and marketed correctly, it could become the most important and most widely watched part of each debate, watching slippery candidates try to dig themselves out. Truth to the American People.