PHILADELPHIA/GASTONIA, N.C. Former President Barack Obama returned to the campaign trail on Wednesday with a blistering attack on Donald Trump with less than two weeks to go before the Republican president's Election Day face-off with Democratic nominee Joe Biden. | Video
An election official and civil rights groups in two U.S. states that will play a key role in November's presidential election gave warnings on Tuesday about the potential for armed civilians at polling places sparking violence or intimidating voters. | Video
NEW YORK Democrats hoping to capture the U.S. presidency and the Senate have seen a wave of cash from small donors come their way in the final months before the Nov. 3 election.
NEW YORK Democratic U.S. presidential nominee Joe Biden would raise $2.4 trillion in new federal government revenue over the next decade, largely from tax hikes on corporations and the highest-income households, according to an analysis released on Thursday.
U.S. Democratic vice presidential nominee Kamala Harris canceled travel plans through Sunday as a precaution after one of her staff members tested positive for COVID-19, the Biden campaign said in a statement. | Video
Oct 15 U.S. Democratic vice presidential nominee
Kamala Harris canceled travel plans through Sunday as a
precaution after one of her staff members tested positive for
COVID-19, the Biden campaign said in a statement.
A get-out-the vote group led by former first lady Michelle Obama will team up with an organization backed by NBA star LeBron James to provide food, protective gear, free legal advice and rides to the polls for people voting early in the U.S. election.
Oct 13 Texans on Tuesday joined a wave of
Americans casting ballots at a record-setting pace, jamming
early-voting polling places ahead of a Nov. 3 election showdown
between Republican President Donald Trump and Democratic rival
U.S. voters have cast more than 10 million votes for the Nov. 3 presidential election, significantly outpacing the early vote in 2016 and suggesting a large turnout, according to data compiled by the U.S. Elections Project. | Video
ERIE, Pa. Democratic U.S. presidential nominee Joe Biden said on Saturday "the only way" he could lose to President Donald Trump was through "chicanery," before clarifying that he will accept the election result.