Democratic nominee Joe Biden is leading President Trump by eight points in New Hampshire, according to a new UMass Lowell poll of voters in the swing state released just hours before the first presidential debate.
ALLIANCE, Ohio — The group that manages presidential election debates said on Wednesday it will take steps to bring order to the final two contests between President Donald Trump and Joe Biden, following widespread criticism.
Midway through Tuesday night's chaotic presidential debate, as President Donald Trump vowed to release his still-private tax returns, Joe Biden shot back at his opponent with a particularly sarcastic jab.
President Donald Trump and Democratic challenger Joe Biden will campaign in three U.S. states that will play a key role in the November election on Wednesday, the morning after a chaotic debate marked by interruptions and recriminations.
Interrupted repeatedly by President Donald Trump in their presidential debate on Tuesday, an exasperated Joe Biden resorted to insults and name-calling against an opponent who built his political career by coining belittling nicknames for his rivals.
CLEVELAND -- Democrat Joe Biden sharply attacked Republican President Donald Trump's handling of the coronavirus pandemic during a fiery first debate on Tuesday, saying Trump had "panicked" and failed to protect Americans while Trump defended his approach.
President Donald Trump deflected an opportunity to condemn white supremacists during Tuesday's presidential debate, briefly telling one group to "stand back and stand by" before pivoting to attacking left-wing activists.
The long, sometimes contentious relationship between Donald Trump and Chris Wallace will be on full display Tuesday night as the Fox News anchor moderates the president's first debate with Democratic challenger Joe Biden.
Liberal activists have teamed up with former New York mayor Mike Bloomberg to attract Black voters in Florida, an important battleground state in Democratic nominee Joe Biden's quest to defeat President Donald Trump.
This summer, as controversial new procedures at the U.S. Postal Service snarled the nation's mail delivery and stirred fears of how the agency would handle the election, rank-and-file workers quietly began to resist.
With the death of Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg earlier this month, and a case that could undo the Affordable Care Act coming before the Supreme Court in November, the issue of health insurance has taken on fresh urgency for political campaigns as well as people affected by the 2010 law someti…