The midterm elections did little to change the largely white makeup of the government of Ferguson, the St. Louis suburb that saw racially charged protests this past summer.
A Ukrainian spokesperson denies incursion can be called an invasion as Kiev sources report internal turmoil between pro-Russian forces
In an attempt to shake-off record low approval ratings French President Hollande has said he will impose no new taxes on anyone in France starting next year
18-year-old Blair, a Republican, will become the youngest member of West Virginia's House of Delegates, and the youngest state lawmaker in the country.
With the results in, we can see who was right and who was wrong.
Though turnout was dismal, a study shows the "I'm a Voter" app may have brought more people to the polls
Footage released by pro-Russian battalion 'Prizrak' shows what how the rule of law operates in the 'New Russia First People's Court' in eastern Ukraine
Ukrainian intelligence services claimed 30,000 militants in eastern Ukraine received conscription summons to join the Russian armed forces
The 10-month-old left-wing party leads the polls, in the biggest ruction of the two-party system since the fall of Franco
Alexander Zaharchenko won Sunday's election in the separatist-held city of Donetsk, while President Poroshenko accuses separatists of violating Minsk agreement
The UK Independence Party has been accused of exploiting victims of sexual abuse in Rotherham in a controversial poster campaign in South Yorkshire
Elections in Georgia are haunted by vivid memories of civil rights protests and the Ku Klux Klan.
Election sees mandate passed to Ukraine's President to end separatist conflict and steer the country away from Russia and into Europe's mainstream
The Star Wars villain is campaigning for a seat in the Ukrainian parliament... and he's made some viral videos to back him up
He likes his job, but he's angling for a better one: United States Senator.
Ukrainian intelligence recovered weapons including grenade launchers that they claim were to be used against "high ranking officials and critical infrastructure"
The song, backed by Nigel Farage, features rhyming couplets such as "leaders committed a cardinal sin, open the borders let them all come in"
Ukip has accused the European Parliament of blackmail and bias on Thursday after a voting block forged by British and Italian Eurosceptics collapsed
This year, the greatest amount of dark money, more than $50 million, has been spent on boosting Republicans and defeating Democrats.