The question of presidential health has sometimes played an important role in election contests, but rarely has it seemed more acute than this year as 74-year-old Trump squares off against 77-year-old Biden
Former secy of state Colin Powell latest ex-military leader to criticise Donald Trump's use of force against protesters
President Donald Trump said on Sunday that he had ordered National Guard troops to begin withdrawing from the nation’s capital, after a week of relentless criticism over his threat to militarise the government’s response to nationwide protests, including rebukes from inside the military establishment itself
Joe Biden publicly denies sexual assault allegation; presumptive Democratic presidential nominee requests release of Senate records
Presumptive Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden on Friday asked the Senate to find any documents tied to an allegation he sexually assaulted a former aide in 1993, after personally denying the accusation publicly for the first time.
Hillary Clinton endorses Joe Biden's 2020 White House bid, says he would be a 'real' president, not someone who 'plays one on TV'
Hillary Clinton, the first woman to become a major party's presidential nominee, endorsed Joe Biden's White House bid on Tuesday, continuing Democrats' efforts to coalesce around the former vice president as he takes on President Donald Trump.
Russia backs Donald Trump's reelection; president fears Democrats will use this to attack him ahead of polls
Intelligence officials warned House lawmakers last week that Russia was interfering in the 2020 campaign to try to get President Donald Trump reelected, five people familiar with the matter said, a disclosure to Congress that angered Trump, who complained that Democrats would use it against him
Donald Trump 'offered pardon' to Julian Assange if he denied Russia hacked Democrats' emails in 2016, says WikiLeaks founder's lawyer
US President Donald Trump offered to pardon WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange if he said that Russia had nothing to do with WikiLeaks’ publication of Democratic Party emails in 2016.
Before Melania Trump's visit, looking back on US First Ladies in India, from Jacqueline Kennedy to Michelle Obama
Much has been said of the soft power of the US' First Ladies, but on their trips to India, some had a more tangible impact than others.
US attorney-general William Barr issues rare rebuke of Donald Trump, says justice department tweets 'make it impossible to do my job'
William Barr, the country’s top law enforcement officer, said Donald Trump’s criticism of those involved in the case of Roger Stone “make it impossible for me to do my job.”
It was 24 hours before the biggest contest of her political life. Senator Elizabeth Warren of Massachusetts didn’t want to talk about it that way
Pete Buttigieg narrowly defeats Bernie Sanders in Iowa's Democratic caucus; technical error-marred results raise doubts over Joe Biden's future
Pete Buttigieg narrowly won Iowa’s Democratic presidential caucuses, the state party said on Thursday, after a long delay in releasing the results of the first contest in the race to 2020 presidential elections
Democratic race in turmoil as Iowa results are questioned; party's bid to challenge Donald Trump in further disarray
The head of the Democratic National Committee on Thursday demanded a recanvass of the results in the troubled Iowa caucuses, plunging the party’s presidential race into further disarray and raising the possibility that the outcome won’t be known until after Democrats vote in the New Hampshire primary next week
Tulsi Gabbard files defamation lawsuit against Hillary Clinton seeking $50 million in damages over comment that Hawaiian Congresswoman was 'Russian asset'
Democratic presidential hopeful Tulsi Gabbard has filed a defamation lawsuit against former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton seeking USD 50 million in damages, alleging that she tarnished her reputation by suggesting her to be a 'Russian asset'
'Nobody likes Bernie Sanders': Ahead of Democratic primaries, Hillary Clinton risks splitting party over dig at 2016 rival
For three years, Hillary Clinton has watched the Democratic Party search for a path forward in the Donald Trump era. She’s watched as liberals and moderates clashed on how best to fight Trump and a White House that was almost hers
Citizenship Amendment Bill was part of BJP manifesto; Congress insinuations an insult to collective intelligence of electorate
Amit Shah had pointed out in Lok Sabha, the Bill was a key part of BJP electoral campaign and mentioned prominently in its manifesto.
Hillary Clinton, Lance Armstrong documentaries, two Lin-Manuel Miranda films added to Sundance 2020 lineup
The coming Sundance follows a 2019 film festival that saw big-pocketed streaming services set off an avalanche of high-priced acquisitions.
In the 2020 Democratic primary, Bernie Sanders, now 78, is crusading for his ideas across a vastly larger territory than the city of Burlington
The first-ever Indian American to be included in the portrait gallery, Nooyi said it sends the message to the people that the US is a great country to make your future in.
Roger Stone, longtime friend of President Donald Trump, found guilty of witness tampering and lying to Congress
Roger Stone was convicted of all seven counts in an indictment that accused him of lying to Congress, tampering with a witness and obstructing the House investigation into whether the Trump campaign coordinated with Russia to tip the 2016 election.
Four Indian-Americans win state, local elections in US; Muslim woman, former White House advisor among winners
Four Indian-Americans, including a Muslim woman and a former White House technology policy advisor, have won state and local elections held in the United States on Tuesday
Donald Trump impeachment inquiry transcripts: Read excerpts of Gordon Sondland's and Kurt Volker’s testimonies
The transcripts include witness testimony from two figures central to the inquiry, Gordon Sondland, the United States ambassador to the European Union, and Kurt Volker, the former special envoy to Ukraine.