President Donald Trump and Democratic rival Joe Biden made a last-ditch push for votes in battleground states on Monday as their campaigns prepared for post-election disputes that could prolong a divisive presidential election.
If Joe Biden wins the presidency this week, he could owe part of his victory to a small but surprising constituency: disaffected Republicans who abandoned President Donald Trump.
Heading into Tuesday’s US general election, speculation was rife as to whether a Joe Biden victory might herald a big leftward shift, or what kind of chaos a second term for President Donald Trump would bring.
Global stock markets and US futures rose on Tuesday on investor hopes that a possible victory by challenger Joe Biden in the American presidential election might lead to more economic stimulus.
If populism, authoritarianism, racism, vulgarity, misogyny and all the dismal rest of it slipped in through America’s back door four years ago, then that is how it will leave again.
As midnight Eastern breezed past on election night, results remained uncertain, but one thing was clear: Joe Biden had not coasted to victory in a landslide. President Donald Trump won Florida early with a strong Cuban turnout
When Texas went to the polls on Tuesday, Donald Trump was tied with Joe Biden in pre-presidential-election surveys. That is not just amazing, but almost unprecedented: Democrats have won Texas just three times since 1964,
Share markets and the dollar whipsawed while bonds gained on Wednesday as results from the US presidential election proved far closer than polls had predicted, potentially leaving the outcome in doubt for days or even weeks.
According to a senior member of Trump’s 2016 transition team, the president would be in a “‘good position to run again in 2024”