The popular Indian-American Republican politician, who went on to become one of the most successful US Ambassador to the UN, is now campaigning in support of Trump's re-election bid
Game 1 of the NBA Finals was watched by 7.41 million people according to figures on the Sports Media Watch website, compared to 13.4 million viewers for 2019's game one in late May.
Mike Pence vs Kamala Harris Debate Highlights: Trump's COVID-19 response 'greatest failure' in US history, says Democratic VP nominee
Mike Pence vs Kamala Harris Debate Highlights: Harris condemned the police killings of Breonna Taylor in Kentucky and George Floyd in Minnesota and spoke about the protests against racial injustice in policing
Joe Biden calls Donald Trump's push to replace seat left vacant by Ginsburg's death an 'abuse of power'
The US president on Saturday had said that he is going to 'move quickly' and that he expected to announce his nominee in the coming week and that it 'will be a woman'
US Election 2020: Two-thirds of Indian-Americans favour Biden, but support for Trump grows, finds survey
In 2016, 77 percent of the community cast their votes for Hillary Clinton, while 16 percent went for Donald Trump. This time around, if trends hold, Biden stands to secure 70 percent of the vote, with 30 percent going to Trump.
It is a catchphrase for creating an emotional and psychological gateway to help disenchanted voters feel comfortable voting for the president
Wouldn't trust Donald Trump's word on COVID vaccine's safety before 3 November election, says Kamala Harris
The US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention earlier this week told states to be ready to distribute a coronavirus vaccine by 1 November
The timeline raised concern among public health experts who worried about a vaccine approval driven by political considerations ahead of elections, rather than science
Biden assailed Trump for his vilifying of protesters as well as his handling of the pandemic that has killed nearly 1,90,000 Americans and crippled the national economy
AP Fact Check: Attorney General William Barr likens mail-in voting to 'playing with fire', warns against voter fraud
The Attorney General also suggested that China poses more of a threat to election security than Russia, even though that was not the conclusion of an official intelligence assessment last month
Donald Trump to send 'surge' of federal agents to more US cities as part of his law and order campaign
The programme involves deploying federal law enforcement agents to assist local police in combating what the Department of Justice has described as a surge of violent crime
Los Angeles Lakers star LeBron James is starting a group with other black celebrities to work to prevent the suppression of the African-American vote
After suing New York Times, Donald Trump re-election campaign files libel case against The Washington Post over two opinion pieces
US President Donald Trump's re-election campaign sued the Washington Post for libel on Tuesday over two opinion pieces that it said suggested improper ties between the campaign and Russia, North Korea or both
Donald Trump 'made a religious man out of Vladimir Putin,' jokes Democratic Representative Adam Schiff during impeachment trial
Representative Adam Schiff, recalled how Vladimir Putin in November had said he was relieved that Ukraine, instead of Russia, was now being accused of meddling in the 2016 US presidential election.
Donald Trump boasts about Iranian general Qassem Soleimani's death as 'American justice' in first 2020 election rally in Ohio
Donald Trump used his first campaign election rally of 2020 to argue that he served up 'American justice' by ordering a drone strike to take out Iranian General Qassem Soleimani while jeering Democratic leaders for questioning his decision to carry out the attack without first consulting Congress.
Google will limit audience targeting for election ads to age, gender and general location at a postal code level.
As per the new proposal, Twitter might label and warn people before they like or share certain tweets.
Facebook’s policy is to accept paid political ads from candidates without fact-checking them.
This comes when Facebook is facing growing pressure to stop selling ads that spread inaccurate information.
Facebook identified and removed 93 Facebook accounts, 17 Pages and four Instagram accounts for engaging in coordinated inauthentic behavior.