The US goes to the polls on 3 November and voters will decide whether Donald Trump gets a second term or Joe Biden becomes the next president
Donald Trump vows to win 3 Nov election by 'bigger' margin than 2016, seeks 'thundering defeat' for Joe Biden
The US president claimed that if Biden and his running mate Senator Kamala Harris are elected, they will convert the US into a socialist country
'I'll have to leave the country': Donald Trump, trailing in polls to Joe Biden, fights to gain ground in Florida and Georgia
Calling Joe Biden 'the worst candidate in the history of presidential politics', Trump claimed the Democratic candidate would deliver communism and a flood of immigrants
The unusual split-screen spectacle came about, like so much else in the 2020 campaign, as a result of the coronavirus pandemic and Donald Trump’s resistance to following the public health guidelines outlined by scientists and medical experts in his own administration
US Election 2020: Will provide citizenship to 11 mn people if voted to power, says Joe Biden on immigration crisis
Biden identified immigration reform plan as one of his priorities in addition to beating COVID-19 pandemic and rebuilding the American economy
'Joe Biden is worst presidential candidate in history of US politics': Donald Trump returns to campaign trail
With the election just 21 days away, Trump exuded confidence of winning the eastern swing state of Pennsylvania and described Biden as 'a servant of the radical globalists'
Donald Trump calls for two face-to face debates with Joe Biden after rejecting proposed virtual encounter
The Commission on Presidential Debate announced Thursday that next week's town hall debate in Miami would be held virtually because of Trump contracting coronavirus
The US president attacked the Democratic vice-presidential nominee calling her a 'monster' and alleged she wants 'murderers and rapists to pour into our country'
The US president accused the mainstream media of 'underplaying' the report on Biden and 'keeping quiet about it'
The US president has sought repeatedly to cast doubt on the legitimacy of the election because of his concerns about mail-in voting, which Democrats have encouraged during the pandemic
Ruth Bader Ginsburg passes away at 87: US Supreme Court judge and champion of women's rights dies of pancreatic cancer
Ginsburg became the court's second female justice and a liberal icon for her sharp questioning of witnesses and intellectually rigorous defenses of civil liberties and equal protections under the law
Playing up his local, middle-class roots, Biden focussed on Trump’s stewardship of the coronavirus, casting the president as a callous leader who cannot empathise with the concerns of most Americans
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.
On Thursday, for the third night in a row, the Trump campaign gathered a large crowd on federal property in an attempt to present an image of normalcy and a visual show of defiance of the pandemic
Kamala Harris slams Donald Trump on COVID-19 response, says his policies show 'reckless disregard' for American lives
Harris unfurled an offensive against Trump for his response to the pandemic, from his early praise of the Chinese government to his focus on the stock market
Kamala Harris as potential next US vice-president is massive boost for India on world stage... and other porky pies
Will Kamala Harris be beneficial to India if she does in fact become the next Vice-President of the United States of America? We haven't a clue, so we thought we'd find out
Like every vice-presidential candidate, Kamala Harris will be judged in the coming weeks in a multitude of ways: Her ability as a campaigner, and her skill at drawing in Trump, debating Mike Pence and exciting turnout among voters etc
As candidates, Joe Biden and Kamala Harris have repeatedly condemned Donald Trump’s immigration policies, accusing the president of embracing a xenophobic approach to foreigners
Donald Trump risks alienating Black voters further if he continues with racial divisiveness and attacks Kamala Harris personally
As Donald Trump insulted Kamala Harris on Tuesday, he peppered his usual misogynistic “nasty” trope with more name-calling, referring to her as the “meanest, most horrible, most disrespectful” member of the US Senate