No matter who wins this week's presidential debate, Donald Trump's campaign has already spent weeks laying a foundation to explain his performance—however it may be received—by slamming the non-partisan Commission on Presidential Debates as being secretly in the bag for Democratic rival Joe Biden.
Trailing Democratic rival Joe Biden in most major national polls, President Donald Trump and his supporters say a different metric—enthusiasm—is all that matters, and they point to massive crowds at his rallies in key swing states as evidence that he'll pull off a win on November 3.
Vice President Mike Pence is setting out on a "very aggressive" travel schedule—hitting seven states in the next six days, as the Trump campaign trails Democratic rival Joe Biden in public polls two weeks out from Election Day.
"I hear they have stuff coming out that you wouldn't even believe," Trump told a rowdy crowd in North Carolina.
President Donald Trump and former Vice President Joe Biden have set out on decidedly different paths as they trek toward Election Day—now less than three weeks away.
Health care and the uncertain future of a federal law that mandates coverage for preexisting conditions and other protections is again being thrust into the forefront of the nation's political debate with fewer than three weeks left in the presidential campaign.
The White House is doubling down on its push to reopen the economy, now openly embracing a herd immunity strategy at the urging of some health experts.
President Donald Trump is urging the U.S. Senate to expedite the confirmation of Supreme Court nominee Amy Coney Barrett and shift its focus to another coronavirus relief package.
President Donald Trump's three oldest children—Donald Trump Jr., Ivanka Trump and Eric Trump—have taken to the campaign trail, holding dozens of events that often draw capacity crowds, trying to rally support for their father as he trails Joe Biden by double digits in the polls.
Vice President Mike Pence and U.S. Sen. Kamala Harris will be separated by two plastic partitions when they face off in Salt Lake City for their lone vice presidential debate Wednesday evening.
President Donald Trump, still contagious with COVID-19, returns to a White House with many employees at risk.
Despite President Donald Trump's continued bout with COVID-19, his campaign is signaling that there is no time to pause with less than a month until Election Day.
President Donald Trump is being treated with an experimental antibody drug after testing positive for the novel coronavirus and experiencing what the White House has described as "mild symptoms" on Friday.
Former Vice President Joe Biden is back on the campaign trail after rival President Donald Trump tested positive for COVID-19 just days after the two faced off in their first debate.
President Donald Trump's campaign is pushing back on suggestions that changes be made to future debates between him and Democratic rival Joe Biden after this week's explosive showdown between the two presidential candidates.
President Donald Trump and his Democratic rival Joe Biden, faced off in a heated debate that frequently turned to random accusations and deep personal digs during their first presidential debate live from Cleveland, Ohio, Tuesday night.
With fewer than 50 days until Election Day, President Donald Trump could get a chance to nominate a monumental third justice to the U.S. Supreme Court, following the death of Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg Friday evening.
The Notorious R.B.G.—a nickname Ginsburg earned after her dissent in a case rolling back federal oversight of voting rights—made her mark on the law long before she was nominated to the High Court by President Bill Clinton in 1993.
Vice President Mike Pence has accused a former top aide to the coronavirus task force of "playing politics" by endorsing Democratic former Vice President Joe Biden in this year's election because of President Donald Trump's response to the COVID-19 pandemic.
It's less than 50 days until Election Day. President Donald Trump and former Vice President Joe Biden are holding campaign events in... Minnesota?
Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden claims President Donald Trump could be rushing the development of a COVID-19 vaccine to score political points in the November election, while Trump's allies are accusing Biden of promoting "anti-vaccine conspiracy theories."
President Donald Trump on Tuesday declared "the dawn of a new Middle East" with the formal signing of the historic U.S.-brokered Abraham Accords, an effort at normalizing relations between Israel and the United Arab Emirates and Bahrain—though it remains to be seen how far the Middle East peace deal will spread.
"It will start getting cooler," Trump told California officials, including Democratic Gov. Gavin Newsom, during a briefing in Sacramento. "Just watch."
Setting aside their bitter political feud, President Donald Trump and former Vice President Joe Biden took part in solemn ceremonies to mark the 19th anniversary of the deadliest domestic attack in U.S. history.
Joe Biden blasted rival President Donald Trump during a speech in Michigan on Wednesday just hours after it was revealed that Trump admitted he initially tried to downplay the threat of the coronavirus that has now killed 190,000 Americans.
Despite his own admission, the White House claims Trump never downplayed the deadly coronavirus.
President Donald Trump is extending and expanding an offshore drilling ban that protects Florida's Gulf Coastline—a reversal from his administration's previous support for opening more of the country's coasts to oil and gas production.
Donald Trump's campaign for reelection has nearly tripled the number of voters directly contacted than it did at this point four years ago.
In the heated 2020 match-up between Democrat Joe Biden and Republican President Donald Trump, Wilmington—-in name at least—became a focal point Wednesday for being a hotbed for political activity, but Biden took a rare trip out into the city that was notable.