Ten candidates for the 2020 Democratic presidential nomination faced off Wednesday night in the campaign’s first debate. With the crowded stage, participants battled for speaking time on issues like the economy, health care, immigration, foreign policy and gun control. They…
Sandra Torres has 24 percent of the vote, but a runoff ballot appears likely.
By Sonia Pérez D., Associated Press
Asked in an interview with Fox News Channel's "Fox & Friends" whether he would lend his endorsement to Pence in advance, Trump said, "You can't put me in that position."…
By Associated Press
Women are among the party’s most energized and engaged voters. Democrats sent a historic number of women to Congress last year and have a record number of women running for president. But the Oval Office has been elusive, and given…
By Alexandra Jaffe, Hunter Woodall, Associated Press
By Cara Anna, Khaled Kazziha, Associated Press
President Muhammadu Buhari was declared the clear winner by nearly 4 million votes, defeating a billionaire former vice president.
By Saleh Mwanamilongo, Al-Hadji Kudra Maliro, Associated Press
Congo's leader is blaming a deadly Ebola virus outbreak for the last-minute decision to keep an estimated 1 million voters from the polls in Sunday's long-delayed presidential election, claiming it would be a "disaster" if someone infects hundreds of others.
Supporters of opposition leader Raila Odinga have been holding regular demonstrations in multiple cities to push for election reforms before a re-run of Kenya’s presidential election later this month.
By Sam Hananel, Associated Press
The Supreme Court on Tuesday agreed to decide whether Ohio wrongfully purged eligible voters from the state's registration list.
By PBS NewsHour
The Dow Jones and other indexes were already doing well when Donald Trump won the presidential election. And the overall jump of recent weeks has accelerated mightily, rising from just above 18,000 on election day to breaking 21,000 this week.
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