New federalism calls for redistribution and redefinition of state and federal power. These have been dismissed as pure fantasy—except that both are already happening.
"Trump's not inviting any of us to dinner, nor is he coming to any of our dinner parties," said LaRonda Gumm.
In recent months, Jill Biden has become one of the Biden campaign's most prolific surrogates.
Deliveries in key states such as Michigan, Pennsylvania and Ohio, are falling behind targets ahead of election date.
For the President, the first shot at an October surprise has landed in his own foot.
The singer, who allegedly had an affair with Donald Trump Jr., made a number of claims about the Trump family.
DNI John Ratcliffe said Wednesday that Iran had obtained voter information and sent threatening emails to undermine the Trump campaign.
A new poll conducted for Newsweek found that Americans of all ages and religions would prefer Biden to lead the U.S. through a conflict.
After three days of in-person polls being open, about 15 percent more Democrats than Republicans have cast ballots.
"You're not going to see the end of Donald Trump," the former White House strategist told The Australian in a piece published Sunday.
Lonnie Durfee, 49, reportedly told the victim he had been struggling with addiction and the death of his son in August.
The hard drive is at the center of allegations that Joe Biden abused his position as Vice President to benefit his son.
Cleveland-based Midwest Direct has been criticized for not getting tens of thousands of ballots to voters in Ohio and Pennsylvania on time.
After Trump mocked the Democratic contender at his rally in Macon, Georgia, on Friday, the anti-Trump group the Lincoln Project tweeted: "Promise?"
There's stirring in the numbers that might well show that maybe, just maybe, this is a false calm ahead of significant movement.
Sen. Joni Ernst is in a tough battle to retain her seat, which could have significant implications for the fight to control the next Senate.
The Taipei-born California congressman tweeted: "Keep doubling down on your racism," as he referred to how Asian-Americans will be key to the election.
Following their debate, the Kentucky Democratic contender took aim at the Senate majority leader on MSNBC.
The rapper also posted an image purporting to show election results from the state, where polls opened Wednesday for early voting.
During the past eight months, of the pandemic, the nation has seen the difference a Democratic governor can make. This difference will become all the more crucial with a conservative Supreme Court.
President Donald Trump has been accused of inciting armed groups to attend polling places in November.
The network's White House correspondent reacted at the heckle at the non-socially distanced rally, at which President Donald Trump said he felt "immune" to the coronavirus.
Trump famously boasted that he could stand in the middle of 5th Avenue and shoot somebody and still not lose voters. The pandemic is putting this claim to the test.
African Americans describe how they have decided to arm themselves in state "just in case" over fears of far-right attacks.
A statement for the West campaign said: "I am campaigning to be the next president of our great country, not vice president."
The former mayor of South Bend, Indiana, had experienced working with the Vice President when he was the state's governor.
Biden's impact on voter sentiment, meanwhile, has improved from underwhelming to almost whelming.
We, Republicans and Democrats, firmly believe Joe Biden will protect American national security better than Donald Trump.
Michael Hayden said that while he disagreed with Democratic contender Joe Biden on some issues, Americans should vote for the former vice president and not Trump.