The Stones said in a statement Sunday that their legal team is working with music rights organization BMI to stop use of their material in Trump's reelection campaign.
By Danica Kirka, Associated Press
There is no bigger story than the COVID-19 epidemic, a worldwide contagion that’s taken hundreds of thousands of lives and thrown the global economy into disarray. As a result, the U.S. presidential election has been pushed into the shadows. Special…
By PBS NewsHour
Democratic candidate for president Joe Biden continues to face an allegation of sexual assault from Tara Reade, who worked for Biden 27 years ago in his Senate office. Biden has denied the allegation. The Associated Press this weekend published a…
As President Donald Trump rails against voting by mail, many members of his own political party are embracing it to keep their voters safe during the coronavirus outbreak.
By Nicholas Riccardi, Associated Press
By Hannah Fingerhut, Josh Boak, Associated Press
Many Democratic voters in Super Tuesday's presidential primaries made up their minds just before casting a ballot — a sign of fluidity in a race recently upended by Joe Biden's blowout in South Carolina.
By Frank Bajak, Associated Press
In the rush to replace insecure, unreliable electronic voting machines after Russia’s interference in the 2016 U.S. presidential race, state and local officials have scrambled to acquire more trustworthy equipment for this year’s election, when U.S. intelligence agencies fear even…
By Michelle L. Price, Associated Press
Pete Buttigieg’s campaign has questioned his third-place finish in Nevada’s caucuses and called for the state’s Democratic party to release a more detailed breakdown of votes and address reports of more than 200 problems allocating votes in Saturday’s caucuses.
By Corey Williams, Associated Press
As the nation marks the holiday honoring King, the mood surrounding it is overshadowed by deteriorating race relations in an election season that has seen one candidate of color after another quit the 2020 presidential race.
By Joshua Goodman, Associated Press
State Department documents offer a rare glimpse into the divide between career diplomats and a new administration eager to end a program protecting nearly 400,000 migrants from Central America and Haiti.
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