WASHINGTON Former U.S. national security adviser Susan Rice, who is on Joe Biden's short list to be his running mate, criticized President Donald Trump on Wednesday for failing to question Russian leader Vladimir Putin about reports Moscow paid bounties for the killing of U.S. troops.
WASHINGTON The U.S. Justice Department on Friday said it has arrested 18 people and charged them for alleged crimes committed during recent anti-racism protests in Portland.
WASHINGTON U.S. President Donald Trump's re-election campaign ramped up expenditure in June as the presidential race intensified, spending more than $50 million - about twice the amount spent the month before. | Video
The coronavirus pandemic threw tens of millions of Americans out of work, ended the longest U.S. economic recovery on record and undermined a key argument for President Donald Trump's re-election.
WASHINGTON A Michigan town wants machines to speed up counting of absentee ballots. In Ohio, officials want to equip polling places so voters and poll workers feel safe from the coronavirus. Georgia officials, rattled by a chaotic election last month, want to send voters forms so they can request absentee ballots more easily. | Video
WASHINGTON If Kanye West is serious about running for president, the American rapper and fashion designer will face major obstacles to mount a serious campaign less than four months before the Nov. 3 U.S. presidential election. | Video
WASHINGTON Democratic contenders for two Republican-held U.S. Senate seats on Monday said they accelerated fundraising in the second quarter, pointing to their momentum in what were already seen as competitive races.
WASHINGTON/NEW YORK U.S. President Donald Trump and the Republican National Committee raised $74 million in May, Trump's re-election campaign said on Saturday, short of Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden's haul for the month.
WASHINGTON U.S. President Donald Trump said he will go on to other things if he loses the Nov. 3 election, after Democratic opponent Joe Biden said the Republican might cheat and refuse to leave the White House.
WASHINGTON, June 12 U.S. President Donald Trump
said he will go on to other things if he loses the Nov. 3
election, after Democratic opponent Joe Biden said the
Republican might cheat and refuse to leave the White House.