Biden has said he will end construction of Trump’s wall, but activists say they hope for more than a return to the status quo
Former national security adviser also said ‘even talking about’ US military removing president if necessary was ‘irresponsible’
Letters from 13 of 15 members underscore US isolation as it seeks to ‘snap back’ measures against Tehran
Trump described NZ’s ‘terrible’ surge, despite 90 active cases in country; Ibiza to ban pool parties, as Spain infections surge. Follow the latest
Omar easily defeated Antone Melton-Meaux in Minnesota: ‘We once again broke turnout records’
Suburbs are becoming more progressive, valuing diversity, and Trump is promoting a caricature of what they really are, strategists say
Thursday night’s protest passed off without major incident or intervention by the police in the absence of federal officers
Donald Trump was allegedly furious of Secretary of Defence Mark Esper's decision to ban the Confederate flag from being flown on US military bases, according to anonymous sources who claim knowledge of his reaction.
As coronavirus infections soar, president makes biggest public retreat yet after moving much of convention from North Carolina
Rapper has paid $35,000 fee to run as an independent candidate, but confusion remains amid reports he was ending his campaign
Donald Trump has claimed that until he became US president “nobody ever heard” that Abraham Lincoln was a Republican.
Tropical storm is not expected to hit New Hampshire, and Trump has previously held rallies despite bad weather conditions
A slew of organized Republican groups have sprung up to do all they can to defeat Trump in November. Will their effort work?
Lawmakers have seen increasing pressure to change the flag amid a nationwide reckoning with systematic racism
ACA prevents denial of coverage for pre-existing conditions but abolition could mean people with Covid-19 could be turned down for treatment
Gen Mark Milley says ‘I should not have been there’ of incident last week, in which peaceful protesters were removed using teargas
Philonise Floyd makes impassioned plea to ensure brother’s death ‘isn’t in vain’ and urges US lawmakers to ‘do the right thing’
New York Governor Andrew Cuomo further criticised the president for his church photo op by bringing his own Bible to a press briefing. The governor, who’s been giving daily briefings since the start of the coronavirus pandemic, opened by condemning Donald Trump for seemingly using the Bible as a prop. “The president held up the Bible the other day in Washington DC,” Mr Cuomo
The president is due to attend the rescheduled launch of a manned SpaceX rocket – a welcome diversion from the coronavirus crisis
Donald Trump avoided addressing the death of George Floyd and subsequent riots today shortly after Joe Biden said he spoke to the grieving family. At a White House event to announce retaliatory measures against China, Mr Trump ended his remarks without mention of Mr Floyd and without taking questions from the gathered press.
President called Jacob Frey a ‘very weak radical left mayor’ but Frey responds: ‘Weakness is pointing your finger at somebody else’
Critics say data proves New York’s liability shield is linked to higher nursing home death rates during the pandemic
President unleashes tweet storm but trip to course in Virginia inspires criticism and Joe Biden campaign ad
The former president is the most popular politician in America and can bolster the Democratic nominee with key groups and drive voter registration
White House press secretary Kayleigh McEnany admonished the press corps on Friday for refusing to promote unproven theories suggesting Barack Obama and other administration officials sought to undermine Donald Trump‘s campaign and election with the “unmasking” of the president’s former aide.
The US secretary of state criticises China's handling of the coronavirus outbreak, while backing Australia's push for an investigation into the origins of Covid-19
After first moving the talks to a teleconference, the US president, this year’s summit head, is now suggesting a Camp David meeting
Burr’s cellphone seized overnight in inquiry into claims he used private coronavirus briefing to sell stocks before market plunge
Donald Trump has lashed out at Dr Rick Bright, who blew the whistle on the president’s efforts to promote an unproven anti-malaria drug hydroxychloroquine as a remedy for coronavirus, ahead of his appearance before Congress on Thursday as the number of Americans seeking unemployment benefits because of the shutdown climbed to 36m.
Richard Burr’s phone was recently seized by the FBI amid an ongoing investigation over whether the senator engaged in insider trading
President lashes out at Asian American journalist who queried his constant emphasis on being first in testing
Vice-president’s own press secretary tested positive and three members of coronavirus taskforce are in isolation
Anthony Fauci and top advisers from CDC and FDA to work remotely because of potential exposure to Covid-19; global cases pass 4 million; Russia cases approach 200,000
Senior Democrats have called on the Trump administration to share its intelligence on the origin of Covid-19, following Mike Pompeo's attempts to push a theory that the virus came from a Chinese laboratory.
President had suggested taskforce was to be dismantled but says it will remain in place, with a focus on safety, vaccines and the economy
With Covid-19 deaths set to almost double this month, according to a White House report, the president is putting the stock market before lives, critics say
Gretchen Whitmer says heavily armed men and Confederate flags at state capitol ‘depicted some of the worst racism and awful parts of our history’
Office of director of US intelligence releases statement after Trump reportedly asked officials to investigate whether virus was made in Chinese lab
President claims economy will rebound and suggests US, currently testing 200,000 a day, will be testing 5m ‘very soon’
The US president plans to ‘pare back’ his daily coronavirus briefings after falsely claiming his suggestion to ingest cleaning products had been ‘sarcastic’
’Keep your voice down’: Trump berates female reporter over February inaction – video
Conservative activists to demand governors lift stay-home orders – and movement has been driven by wealthy conservative groups
Donald Trump capped another wild week of the coronavirus outbreak by again criticising some of the country’s governors and declaring the United States the “king of ventilators” and his public health team discounted governors’ claims on testing shortages – even as the coronavirus death toll topped 36,000 with 692,000 confirmed cases.
Trump says in daily press conference ‘tremendous progress has been made’ while confirmed US cases approach 500,000
Republican allies and advisers said to be concerned over daily press briefings while Biden leads in head-to-head match-up, CNN poll finds
White House coronavirus response coordinator says there is cautious optimism that the country can defeat projected death tolls
Jared Kushner has become a key gatekeeper for help tackling Covid-19 and that’s a big problem, critics say
ABC’s chief White House correspondent on his new book Front Row at the Trump Show, fake news, coronavirus and why the Trump presidency is a matter of life and death