Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton face off in the third and final presidential debate of the 2016 campaign, moderated by Fox News anchor Chris Wallace.

We're keeping you updated here with video highlights of all of the key moments as the big event unfolds in Las Vegas. 

When it's all over, stay with Megyn Kelly and Bret Baier for complete analysis, followed at 11:00pm ET by The Kelly File and a two-hour Hannity at midnight ET.


SUPREME COURT

Asked about the Supreme Court, Donald Trump said he would like to see a court that is "going to uphold the Second Amendment, which is absolutely under siege," adding that Clinton would perceptibly appoint justices that would leave the right to bear arms as a "very small replica of what it is now."


WIKILEAKS DOCUMENTS & POSSIBLE RUSSIAN PARTICIPATION IN HACKS

Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump sparred over the release of hacked emails by WikiLeaks.

Responding to a question about immigration policy, Trump contended that, through leaked Clinton speech transcripts, her public statements run counter to what she has said in private.

Clinton called for Trump to disavow "interference" in the American election by Vladimir Putin and the Russian government who are allegedly linked to the hacks of Clinton speeches and emails.

Trump said she was more upset at Putin for "outsmarting her and Obama" on foreign affairs.

Clinton countered by calling the WikiLeaks ordeal "an unprecedented situation [with a] foreign government trying to interfere in our election."


CLINTON'S ECONOMIC PLAN

"When the middle class thrives, America thrives," Hillary Clinton said.

She said she is planning to execute the "biggest jobs program since World War II."

Clinton also criticized Trump's economic plan--which features "massive tax cuts"--as "trickle-down [economics] on steroids."


WOMEN'S ACCUSATIONS AGAINST TRUMP & DEMOCRAT OPERATIVES ON UNDERCOVER VIDEO

Regarding accusations by multiple women that Trump sexually assaulted them, the Republican nominee contended that it was Clinton's campaign that may be behind such allegations.

He pivoted to point to a yet-unverified video by Project Veritas that showed Democrat operatives on hidden camera admitting that they paid agitators to disrupt Trump rallies and cause violence, like the canceled rally in Illinois earlier this year.

"I didn't know any of these women. I think they want either fame or their campaign did it."


CANDIDATES SPAR OVER 'EXPERIENCE'

Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton debated each other's experience, and whether they can handle the responsibility of being commander-in-chief.

Trump criticized Clinton for being in government for three decades and not "getting anything" accomplished.

Clinton, in return, criticized Trump for his multi-million dollar loan from his father, and his time in the 2000s hosting 'The Apprentice', which she was serving in the United States Senate.


LEADERSHIP & JUDGMENT

Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump debated Clinton's personal judgment, a mantra repeated by Trump on the campaign trail.

Clinton criticized Trump's view that American allies attacked Mosul, Iraq to help her in the election.

"Iran is taking over Iraq," Trump said, adding that "you're the one that's unfit [to be president]."

"[Campaign Chairman] John Podesta said some horrible things about you," Trump said, referring to the recent WikiLeaks cache.

When Trump said that Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-Vt.) said during the Democratic primary that Clinton had "bad judgment", she responded--also quoting her former rival-- that he had endorsed her and called Trump the "most dangerous person to run for president in modern history."


CLOSING STATEMENTS

Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton offer their closing arguments for their respective candidacies.