Donald Trump's idea for 'Mexico border wall of solar panels' borrowed from Wall Street Journal op-ed
Donald Trump is crediting himself with the idea of building a Mexico border wall of solar panels. But that looks to be a borrowed brainwave. Here are some more fact checks on what the US president has said.
US president Donald Trump, under siege in Washington, defended his record at a raucous political rally in Iowa on Wednesday, rejecting a Russia investigation as a "witch hunt" and saying he was succeeding against all odds
United States Senate on Monday voted 82 to 13 to approve Iowa governor Terry Branstad to be the new American ambassador to China.
Two Des Moines area police officers were shot to death on Wednesday in ambush-style attacks while they were sitting in their patrol cars, and police are searching for suspects, authorities said.
Of the 50 states, even though most of the states are either marked blue (Democratic) or red (Republican), it is the battleground states that are often the kingmakers.
Donald Trump swamped the Republican field at New Hampshire by almost 20 points.
First time Democratic voters are flocking en masse to Bernie Sanders, a 74-year-old senator with seven grandchildren, giving Hillary Clinton a youth deficit problem as the White House race tightens.
Hillary Clinton won a razor-thin victory over Bernie Sanders in the Iowa caucuses that kicked off the 2016 US presidential race, Democratic party results showed Tuesday.
Hillary Clinton's campaign has claimed victory in the Iowa caucus against Bernie Sanders with official final results still outstanding in the extremely close presidential nominations contest.
The rough-and-tumble political slugfest that is the US presidential race intensifies Monday when residents of Iowa begin the state-by-state nominating process that builds to the national party conventions in the summer and, finally, the general election on November 8.
Republican Donald Trump and Democrat Bernie Sanders hope to translate voter enthusiasm into victories as Monday's Iowa caucuses kick off the 2016 presidential nominating contests, while Ted Cruz and Hillary Clinton rely on sophisticated get-out-the vote operations.
Everyone is 'stupid, fat and ugly': Republican candidates make most of Trump's absence at Fox debate
2016 Republican presidential candidates strained to take advantage of a rare opportunity to step out of Donald Trump's shadow in Thursday night's presidential debate, after mocking the front-runner for boycotting the final contest before voting begins
Billionaire Donald Trump and Senator Ted Cruz are virtually tied in Iowa just six days before Republicans there cast the first votes for a presidential nominee, a new poll out Tuesday has found.
Americans finally begin choosing next week among the Republican and Democratic candidates battling to be their party's 2016 presidential nominee in a series of state-by-state votes. The White House hopefuls include two highly unorthodox candidates — the politically incorrect billionaire real estate mogul Donald Trump for the Republicans, and Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders, a self-proclaimed democratic socialist, for the Democrats — both of whom are running strongly in polls of the first two states with nominating contests — Iowa and New Hampshire.
President Barack Obama is casting the Democratic primary to replace him as a contest between Hillary Clinton's pragmatism and experience versus Bernie Sanders' idealism and liberalism.
On 1 February, voters in Iowa, in the US heartland, will cast the first ballots in the US presidential nominations process -- a long road to Election Day on 8 November.
Former New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg is taking early steps toward launching an independent campaign for president, seeing a potential path to the White House amid the rise of billionaire Donald Trump and Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders.