The COVID-19 pandemic, climate change and race were among the topics Trump and Biden debated. They once more offered starkly different views.
The former US president Barack Obama said “we’ve got to vote like never before” as he blasted Donald Trump’s record on the coronavirus pandemic.
While Obama is usually one of the party’s biggest draws and most compelling speakers, that impact may be blunted by the format.
US President Donald Trump said he was "running angry" and "happy" as he travels around the country in a last-minute push to turn around his campaign.
Trump and Biden were supposed to spend Thursday night on the same debate stage in Miami. But that faceoff was scuttled after Trump’s coronavirus infection.
A small network of accounts and pages linked to a Russian “troll factory” has been removed by Facebook, the company said, in a sign of ongoing Russian efforts to disrupt the upcoming US election and sow discord in the country.
Voters from Egypt, Italy, the Netherlands travelled to Paris on Monday to choose their preferred Democratic candidate to run against Donald Trump.
The 2020 candidate promises "not one penny" in middle class tax increases.