Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton shared a genial moment backstage at a fundraising dinner, Cardinal Timothy Dolan says.
Katie McGinty isn’t without flaws, the Times said, saying she had “eyebrow-raising moments” as Pennsylvania DEP secretary.
Hillary Clinton promoted her ideas of empowering youth and the middle class, but did not address release of stolen Clinton campaign emails.
The GOP presidential nominee decried U.S. trade policy and its approach to the Middle East under former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton.
The presidential campaign will again make its rounds in Western Pennsylvania over the next several days.
Oklahoma and two other states say they have denied a request by Russian officials to be present at polling places on Election Day.
The Republican nominee’s statement Wednesday night was widely seen as a major break with a tradition of respecting election results.
Heavy demand had prevented some voters from registering online.
The decrease in trained monitors is a result of a Supreme Court opinion that gutted a key provision of the Voting Rights Act.
The age of the Republican presidential nominee has complicated a rite of passage for many young conservatives.
Just 24 hours after their third and final debate, the roast was their last face-to-face showdown before Election Day.
He proposed providing larger tax credits to encourage young adults to buy coverage through the marketplaces and raising income thresholds.
The secretary of the commonwealth says Donald Trump’s contrarian view “is not only wrong and uninformed, it is also dangerous.”
An AP Fact Check finds that in the last debate, Donald Trump painted an inaccurately dark portrait of manufacturing in America.
There was a heavier-than-usual number of changes to Indiana records. Elsewhere, extensions were denied in North Carolina and Georgia.
African-American activists and organizers have taken it upon themselves to challenge peers to consider the consequences of a Trump win.
In a separate video, Scott Foval muses to an undercover James O’Keefe associate about how it would be easier to get away with voter fraud.
The Republican also said his Democratic rival and the president paid people to incite violence ahead of a planned rally in Chicago.
The Wellesley News and The Daily Pennsylvanian issued a joint editorial this week backing the Democratic candidate.
The constant release of emails linked to Hillary Clinton and the claims Donald Trump faces of unwanted sexual advances are all fodder.
The state’s online system crashed Monday, the last day to register, preventing an unknown number of voters from getting on the rolls.
The judgment and authority of the religious right’s aging old guard are being challenged by a younger leaders, minorities and women.
Clinton and Trump supporters have heard from campaigns at roughly the same rate, 30 percent and 28 percent, respectively.
The U.S. Department of Homeland Security returns up to 200 Honduran nationals a day to the Central American nation.
In a presidential race more focused on hateful rhetoric than policy, teachers at all levels have had to reconsider their neutrality.
The dinner honored Italian Prime Minister Matteo Renzi and Agnese Landini,and Mr. Renzi's wife.
With the release of the documents Monday, the various issues associated with the Democratic presidential nominee’s email setup roared back.
That continued a steady increase that shows improvement across all racial and ethnic groups, according to federal data released Monday.
It was the first of two debates in a race whose outcome will help determine which party controls the U.S. Senate for the next two years.
Elections officials and legislators decry Mr. Trump’s allegations and say he is attempting to delegitimize the election.
By a wide margin, Latino voters continue to view the Democratic Party as ‘more concerned’ for Latinos than the Republican Party.
If Missouri’s race is as close as recent polls suggest, some observers think it could come down to St. Louis’ “Bosnian vote.”
Cheryl Mills is a longtime Clinton loyalist who is likely to play a significant role in any future Clinton White House.
But soon afterward, Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump repeated his assertion that the “election is absolutely being rigged.”
Massachusetts and Maine are among five states where measures to legalize and regulate the sale of recreational marijuana will be up to vote.
“Nazi Republicans get out of town or else” was spray painted on the side of a nearby building. The attack was called “political terrorism.”
Donald Trump’s stance toward Russia, other foreign policies are criticized.
Some polls show the “true conservative” turning the battle in the Beehive State into a three-way race with Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton.
Just before its first all-mail election begins, at least a quarter of the state’s notoriously unpredictable voters are still up for grabs.
Analysis | 6 million citizens, including 1 in 13 African-Americans, are blocked from voting because of felonies
Florida makes up about a quarter of the total. Most of the disenfranchised, about 4.7 million, are not incarcerated.
He also vowed anew to jail Hillary Clinton if he’s elected and threw in an insinuation his rival was on drugs in the last debate.
The Obama administration formally accused Moscow about a week ago of trying to interfere in the election.
Donald Trump lashed out against what he called “phony” accusations of inappropriate sexual contact leveled by several women.
President Barack Obama on Friday praised Hillary Clinton and pilloried Donald Trump as he encouraged Ohioans to get out and vote early.
Both sides anxious, agitate and fearful as Election Day approaches.
President Barack Obama alternated between praise of Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton and criticism of her GOP opponent, Donald Trump.
Hillary Clinton asked Republicans about their support for Donald Trump; Trump denies women’s allegations of sexual assault.
The meeting about the Syria war will be held Saturday in Switzerland
Once a strong supporter of the federal health care overhaul, Minnesota's Democratic governor says the law "is no longer affordable."
The Clinton campaign has not confirmed the authenticity of the e-mails.