Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton charged through vastly different corners of America on Friday hunting for vastly different voters in a final, frantic push that traced the country's geographic, racial and economic divides.
New allegations of sexual misconduct rocked Donald Trump's campaign on Friday as the candidate denounced his accusers, blasted news organisations that have reported the claims and said it all shows "the whole election is being rigged".
Hillary Clinton has vowed to conduct a national security and foreign policy that Americans could be proud of, adding that Donald Trump "just absolutely bewilders" her when he talks about his policies around the globe.
Republican Donald Trump’s top aides and supporters yesterday downplayed a chaotic week in which the New York businessman was distracted from his core message by personal spats, as a new poll showed him trailing Democrat Hillary Clinton.
Democrat Hillary Clinton was close to announcing a vice presidential running mate last night, with US senator Tim Kaine of Virginia leading a small group of contenders under consideration to help her do battle with Republican rival Donald Trump.
A night after being booed off the Republican National Convention stage, Texas Senator Ted Cruz remained defiant about Donald Trump, saying he is not a “servile puppy dog” and vowing not to support anyone who wages personal attacks against his family.
Alarm and condemnation erupted from European capitals, the White House and leaders of Donald Trump's own party after the Republican presidential nominee suggested the United States might abandon its Nato military commitments if he were elected president.
Presumptive Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton has said that Republican rival Donald Trump would send the US economy back into recession, warning his "reckless" approach would hurt workers still trying to recover from the 2008 economic turbulence.
US Democratic presidential contender Bernie Sanders easily won nominating contests in Alaska, Hawaii, and Washington, chipping away at front-runner Hillary Clinton’s commanding lead in the race to pick the party’s candidate for the White House.
Donald Trump is brandishing the endorsement of conservative Republican firebrand Sarah Palin in the increasingly intense 2016 GOP presidential sweepstakes, giving the billionaire businessman a boost against Texas Senator Ted Cruz less than two weeks before Iowa’s kick-off caucuses.