Judge reviews ballot counting in suburban Philadelphia county

Judge reviews ballot counting in suburban Philadelphia county

A federal judge in Pennsylvania on Wednesday weighed arguments by Republicans seeking to stop a suburban Philadelphia county from counting mail-in and absentee ballots that voters had been permitted to correct.

Democrats, Republicans trade seats in battle for US Senate majority

Democrats, Republicans trade seats in battle for US Senate majority

Republican Senator Cory Gardner was defeated on Tuesday in Colourado by former Governor John Hickenlooper, giving the Democrats their first victory of an election battle in which they are attempting to win ...

Biden insists he'll tackle virus as Trump pushes 'super-recovery'

Biden insists he'll tackle virus as Trump pushes 'super-recovery'

Joe Biden flayed Donald Trump on Tuesday with accusations the US President has surrendered to a surging pandemic, as the Democrat took his campaign to the Republican stronghold of Georgia one week before the election.

Trump to announce Supreme Court pick Saturday, Republicans close ranks

Trump to announce Supreme Court pick Saturday, Republicans close ranks

President Donald Trump said Tuesday he will announce his pick on Saturday for the crucial Supreme Court seat left open by the death of justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, as Republicans firmed up their majority to vote

US Senate Republicans launch police reform bill to rival Democrats

US Senate Republicans launch police reform bill to rival Democrats

US Senate Republicans unveiled a new police reform bill on Wednesday as a rival to more sweeping Democratic legislation, as Congress struggled to address racial disparities in law enforcement three weeks after the death

Plant a trillion trees: Republicans offer fossil-friendly climate fix

Plant a trillion trees: Republicans offer fossil-friendly climate fix

Republican lawmakers on Wednesday will propose legislation setting a goal for the United States to plant a trillion trees by 2050 to fight global warming ...

Trump rallies Republicans as impeachment probe goes public

Trump rallies Republicans as impeachment probe goes public

US President Donald Trump called on Republicans to rally behind him Thursday as Democrats in Congress prepared to move the impeachment investigation against him into higher gear with public hearings.

Pennsylvania election too close to call as Trump clout tested

Pennsylvania election too close to call as Trump clout tested

With more than 99% of precincts reporting in southwestern Pennsylvania's 18th congressional district, young Democratic candidate Conor Lamb declared victory in a speech to cheering supporters.

Trump blames Democrats for young immigrants' plight

Trump blames Democrats for young immigrants' plight

US Republicans will turn their attention to infrastructure and immigration issues, President Donald Trump said on Thursday, blaming Democrats for failing to help young "Dreamer" immigrants.

Fifth woman accuses US Republican candidate of sexual misconduct

Fifth woman accuses US Republican candidate of sexual misconduct

A fifth woman on Monday accused Republican Senate candidate Roy Moore of sexual misconduct, claiming he assaulted her when she was a teenager ...

Trump, Republicans to showcase tax cut for businesses

Trump, Republicans to showcase tax cut for businesses

US President Donald Trump and top Republicans in Congress are about to show how aggressively they intend to cut the corporate tax rate, while trying to avoid the appearance of favoring the wealthy.

Pence denounces report on 2020 US presidential bid

Pence denounces report on 2020 US presidential bid

US Vice President Mike Pence on Sunday denied a New York Times report suggesting he is eyeing a 2020 run for president, calling it "disgraceful and offensive."