With Kamala Harris poised to become the first female vice president of the United States, and with a record number of women elected to Congress — including more Republicans than ever — considerable history will be made when they all take office in January.
The tank traps on the beaches of Kinmen Island are a stark reminder that Taiwan lives under the constant threat of a Chinese invasion — and fears of a conflict breaking out are now at their highest in decades.
On November 3, American voters will choose whether President Donald Trump will go on to a second term or if his Democratic challenger Joe Biden will take the helm at the White House.
A rosary around his wrist, Joe Biden often speaks of the great comfort his Catholic faith has brought him in overcoming the tragedies that have deeply marked his life.
The US House of Representatives passed a bill Saturday to give the postal service a $25 billion infusion and halt changes Democrats said threatened the millions of mail-in ballots expected in November’s presidential election.
A Republican lawmaker courted controversy Tuesday after he was accused of hurling a sexist slur at Democratic rising star Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez during a tense exchange on the Capitol steps.
Senate President Vicente “Tito” Sotto III has blasted some members of the United States Congress amid their calls to repeal the controversial Anti-Terrorism Act of 2020.
The White House Correspondents’ Association announced Tuesday that due to the coronavirus pandemic it would cancel this year’s annual dinner, a once lighthearted staple of the Washington social calendar that has become deeply politicized under US President Donald Trump.
US President Donald Trump said Monday he was fully justified in firing an internal watchdog who was reportedly probing Secretary of State Mike Pompeo over alleged misuse of staff as well as an arms deal with Saudi Arabia.
In a rare joint message, Democratic and Republican congressional leaders on Saturday rejected the Trump administration’s offer to conduct rapid coronavirus screening on senators who will return to Washington next week, stating that the tests should be reserved for the public.
Democratic White House hopefuls Joe Biden and Bernie Sanders assailed Donald Trump Thursday for shortcomings in fighting the coronavirus outbreak, calling for urgent action to help Americans struggling to pay for health care.
Democratic presidential hopeful Joe Biden reached out to rival Bernie Sanders Tuesday to say they could work together to beat President Donald Trump in the November election.
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Hillary Clinton on Monday denounced President Donald Trump as a “danger to democracy” and defended her scathing comments about former rival and Democratic primary frontrunner Bernie Sanders.
Democratic White House candidate Pete Buttigieg seized a shock lead in the chaotic Iowa caucuses, closely trailed by leftist senator Bernie Sanders, according to partial returns released on Tuesday after an embarrassing delay in reporting the results.
A Democratic senator called Monday for the censure of Donald Trump over the Ukraine scandal, saying the US president should be formally chastised even if he is acquitted in his impeachment trial.
The US Senate on Friday rebuffed Democratic calls for new witnesses at President Donald Trump’s impeachment trial, paving the way for his acquittal next week of charges of abuse of power and obstruction of Congress.
Democratic presidential candidate Elizabeth Warren on Wednesday proposed civil and criminal penalties for those who knowingly spread false information about when and how to vote in US elections.
Malacañang criticized a recently-published Forbes article which said the Philippines is becoming a more corrupt and less democratic state under President Rodrigo Duterte.
Donald Trump’s lawyers prepared to deliver his first full-throated defense Saturday in the Senate’s historic impeachment trial, after Democratic prosecutors spent three days making their case for the US president’s removal from office.
The New York Times on Sunday endorsed Senators Amy Klobuchar and Elizabeth Warren for the Democratic presidential nomination, its first time choosing two candidates.
Democratic presidential hopeful Bernie Sanders has fully recovered from the heart attack he suffered three months ago and is in good health, his doctors said in letters released on Monday.
In Washington these days, there are facts, alternative facts and disputed facts.