Tara Reade, the former Senate staffer who alleges Joe Biden sexually assaulted her 27 years ago, says she filed a limited report with a congressional personnel office that did not explicitly accuse him of sexual assault or harassment.
By Julie Pace, Associated Press
Six months from Election Day, President Donald Trump’s prospects for winning a second term have been jolted by a historic pandemic and a cratering economy, rattling some of his Republican allies and upending the playbook his campaign had hoped to…
By Lisa Desjardins
Former Vice President and likely Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden made his first public statements Friday about a sexual assault allegation against him. A woman who served as a Senate staffer says Biden assaulted her in the 1990s. In his…
President Trump says he is planning to travel to Arizona next week and is looking forward to resuming campaign rallies after spending more than a month mostly cooped up at the White House because of the coronavirus.
By Zeke Miller, Associated Press
President Trump is still all-in on getting reelected, but he’s also set to take the first steps to formally prepare someone else to take over if he loses in November.
By David Eggert, Associated Press
Rep. Justin Amash of Michigan says he's seeking the Libertarian nod for president because millions of Americans do not feel well represented by either major political party.
By Associated Press
Tuesday's primary was the first major test of statewide elections via mail amid an outbreak.
NPR’s Tamara Keith and Amy Walter of the Cook Political Report join Judy Woodruff to discuss the latest political news, including the evolution of the White House Coronavirus Task Force briefing, President Trump’s shifting approval ratings and possible electoral implications…
By Jessica Yarvin
Campaigns and candidates on both sides of the aisle are deploying new strategies to attract and engage voters, donors, and organizers virtually — whether it be big hats on Zoom, or interactive video game meetups.
By Associated Press
In an unprecedented move, New York has canceled its Democratic presidential primary that was scheduled for June 23 amid the coronavirus pandemic.
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