In honor of Election Day 2016, Newsweek presents 60 years worth of election covers, from 1956 to 2016.
The singer and producer joined Bernie Sanders at a rally in North Carolina.
For the first time, nations across the world have joined together for a legally binding common cause.
New research on why people vote the way they do says voters scorn policies in favor of making a statement about who they are.
Trump's performance during the 2016 presidential campaign could scare away GOP voters.
The U.S. president said Hillary Clinton is "consistently treated differently."
"Jane Doe" was due to reveal her identity at a press conference but received death threats.
Alicia Machado, allegedly called "Miss Piggy" by Trump, welcomed Clinton in Florida.
Questions swirl as the bureau becomes more deeply entwined in the election.
But Trump primary foe John Kasich writes in John McCain's name on his absentee ballot.
After years of disrupting millions out of jobs, Silicon Valley may be developing a social conscience.
Clinton will campaign Monday night in Cincinnati alongside gun-violence survivor Gabrielle Giffords, a former U.S. representative.
Campbell said people try and find ways of validating the discomfort they feel when a woman runs for office.
The truth is James Comey didn't have a choice.
A source says Clinton and her aides were discussing how to approach Biden about the post.
For the first time, a team from the Organization of American States this year is observing a U.S. election.
'Does anyone really think that Russia could influence the American people's choice in any way? Is America a banana republic or what?,' says Russian president.
With less than two weeks to go until Election Day, the Republican nominee chooses to spend time promoting his brand.