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US Presidential Election 2020
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US voters in Europe say election result might stop them going back
Americans living in Europe told us they were stressed and anxious about the election. The outcome, they said, could determine how they feel about moving back some day.
Trump and Biden: How do they differ on tackling the climate crisis?
As with many issues at the heart of the US presidential campaign, the threat of climate change shows Donald Trump and Joe Biden at polar opposites.
Why Portugal fears a backlash if Trump is re-elected US president
Washington has threatened Lisbon with consequences if it lets Chinese firm Huawei be part of its 5G network.
Bookmakers slash Donald Trump's odds for a second term
The odds are shortening across the board nationally and in key swing states needed to win the presidency, according to bookmakers in the US.
Heiko Maas calls for reset in post-election US-German relations
The German foreign minister called for a reversal of deteriorating relations with its strongest ally after four years of the Trump administration.
Donald Trump's sudden entry into politics and ascent to the presidency
For decades, Donald Trump's 'billionaire brand' made him a highly visible real estate tycoon and TV host. Suddenly, he used this brand to enable a sharp turn into politics and a rapid rise to the US Presidency.
What is fracking and why could it swing the US election?
The environmental issue is a major priority for voters in a handful of key battleground states.
Trump and Biden: a contrast on foreign relations
The differences in approach to foreign relations between President Trump and his democratic rival Joe Biden are arguably as pronounced as any two candidates from their parties have ever been. They have contrasting views on Russia, North Korea, China and the European Union amongst others.
Joe Biden: Safe, steady and shaped by tragedy
Who is the man who was elected to be the next US president?
Trump support struggling with women as election looms
Polls suggest that the key female demographic is deserting Donald Trump in significant enough numbers to influence the outcome of the election. His support is particularly weak amongst middle class females, who helped him win in 2016.
US election: What are five big issues that Americans care about?
US voters are taking to the polls ahead of the November 3 presidential election, but what are the main issues that voters care about?
US election paths to power: Who's likely to win & how will they do it?
Latest forecasts place Donald Trump firmly as the underdog.
US election: So what do the opinion polls say on the eve of the vote?
Several surveys suggest Joe Biden has a significant lead over Donald Trump in the popular vote. But the margin in swing states is tight and the pollsters have been wrong before.
6 ways the US election could affect climate change
A solid climate plan from one of the world's biggest polluters could help reach global environmental targets.
Why don't more countries follow Estonia and hold elections online?
Only one country in the world has implemented an online voting system for its entire electorate: Estonia.
How will a Trump or Biden presidency affect defence issues in Europe?
As US election night looms, the candidate that claims victory will also be put at the helm of the most powerful military in the world - what will they do with it?
US election: Tension mounts as presidential campaign enters final days
Donald Trump and Joe Biden are making a last ditch effort in swing states with just two days until the presidential election.
US election: What are the Senate races to look out for?
US voters won't just election a president on November 3, they're also choosing 35 Senators.
US election: Here's how it can impact Europeans' lives
The US presidential vote comes amid a series of political and diplomatic skirmishes, ranging from Brexit to Nato’s role. But, beyond the intangible layer of geopolitics, what has been the real impact on the average European citizen by Trump’s presidency?
US election: how the outcome may affect trade conflict with the EU
Since Donald Trump's accession to the presidency in 2017, relations with the EU have often been turbulent, not least over trade. Unreported Europe investigates how the outcome of the upcoming election may affect tariffs and taxes which have flown in either direction during the last four years.
David Miliband: If Biden wins, Europe needs to make itself an indispensable partner abroad ǀ View
If Joe Biden wins the US presidency on November 3, he is going to have his hands full at home. As well as working with the US on domestic goals, Europe needs to learn to make itself an indispensable partner abroad to tackle global problems.
Donald Trump: the 45th US President - and only third to be impeached
Donald Trump became only the third US President in the nation's history to face impeachment. How did he get there and what was the outcome? A Euronews guide.
US election: Trump and Biden campaign in key states in final stretch
The two candidates in the US presidential race are campaigning in a few key battleground states in the hopes of winning the election.
Trump's virus stance an 'insult' says Biden as campaign tone heats up
Trump was also criticised by his own infectious diseases expert over mask-wearing. Both candidates head to the key battleground state of Florida on Thursday.
Former Trump administration official says he wrote anonymous critique
Miles Taylor said in a tweet six days before Election Day that Donald Trump is “a man without character” and “it's time for everyone to step out of the shadows.”
US election: taxation for overseas nationals on agenda
Republicans and Democrats living abroad may be opposed in many ways in this most polarised of presidential elections, but agree on one thing: the tax situation for American expatriates needs to change. Jack Parrock reports from the Netherlands.