About one in eight Trump voters said they are not sure they would do so again after witnessing his tumultuous first six months in office, according to a Reuters/Ipsos poll.
US Senator John McCain, 2008 Republican presidential nominee after more than three decades in the Senate, has been diagnosed with an aggressive form of brain cancer.
A US peace activist found guilty of laughing during Attorney General Jeff Sessions’s confirmation hearing had conviction thrown out and will be retried.
Majority leader Mitch McConnell has his work cut out for him in the coming days to get the 50 “yes” votes needed for passage.
US President Donald Trump urged Republican senators in a tweet to repeal Obamacare immediately even if they cannot agree on a new plan to replace it.
The National Defense Authorization Act has bipartisan support for expanding the Afghan Special Immigrant Visa programme which has been at a risk of closing.
Protests outside the Capitol building intensify and there is growing dissent even from inside the Republican Party against the bill as the US markets wobble in face of the political uncertainty.
The hotly-debated program announced by President Obama, which would have let around 4 million undocumented people live in the US was ultimately rescinded after a protracted political tug of war.
Judiciary Committee chairman Grassley said it goes against the US constitution by misrepresenting how Congress functions and asked it to be rescinded.
The Republican healthcare bill seeks to overhaul the national healthcare system and cut more than $800 billion over the next ten years from Medicaid.
As Republican moderates hold out for fear of receiving backlash from voters, this puts Trump in danger of his second major legislative setback.
The administration asked Congress for a 28% cut in State Department funding and other international programmes to help pay for a 10% hike in military spending next year.
The Republican Bill would replace Obamacare’s income-based subsidies with a system of fixed tax credits to help people buy private insurance on the open market.
Trump’s recent choices show he’s abandoning the anti-establishment rhetoric that won him the election in favour of the GOP’s traditional policies.
“If Rudy wants it, he’ll get it,” former House of Representatives Speaker Newt Gingrich told The Kelly File on Fox News.
Trump, who will take office on January 20, will also look to fill other top administration jobs in the coming weeks.
According to a survey, 15% of respondents said they had stopped talking to a family member or close friend as a result of the election and 12% had ended a relationship because of it.
Scholars from the Washington University in St. Louis react to the second presidential debate.
US Republican vice presidential nominee Mike Pence called Russian President Vladimir Putin a “small and bullying leader” on Tuesday and condemned his actions in Syria
As per the Reuters/Ipsos poll, some 67% of Americans said it is “selfish” for a presidential candidate to not pay taxes, while 61% said it is “unpatriotic.”
A study of the three casinos Donald Trump owned in Atlantic City shows they performed far worse than their rivals, losing more jobs and revenue.
The attorney general’s office said that the Trump Foundation would be “continuing fraud” if it did not stop fundraising in the state.
Mexico’s central bank chief Agustin Carstens said the scenario for Mexico was better with a Clinton win in the November 8 presidential election.
Still, the new law is not expected to have a lasting effect on the US’s relationship with Saudi Arabia.
Clinton aids said she is preparing both for when Trump is measured and serious, and when he is freewheeling and makes inflammatory personal attacks.
Trump has made plans to commit war crimes a part of his campaign platform and drone strikes potentially offer him the perfect tool to accomplish his goal, given that the Bush and Obama administrations have all but normalised targeted killings as a tool of US statecraft.
Clinton has called for tighter access to guns, including universal background checks, but has never said she planned to get rid of the second amendment.
Among the exemptions outlined in the think tank’s report were two that allowed Iran to exceed the deal’s limits on how much low-enriched uranium it can keep in its nuclear facilities.
A moral philosopher considers whether you should vote out of fear.
Trump, in a public statement, urged Russia to find Clinton’s missing emails while denying any personal connection to Russian President Putin.
The presumptive Republican nominee has released a statement saying Clinton’s criticism of the image was an attempt to distract the public from “the dishonest behavior of herself and her husband”.
Warren, a leader of the Democratic Party’s progressive wing and a potential vice presidential pick, said Clinton had spent her career fighting for liberal values while Trump, a wealthy real estate developer, was focused on boosting his bottom line.
Donald Trump attacked the Clinton Foundation for taking money in the past from countries that do not protect the rights of women and homosexuals.
In a speech on national security on Monday, Trump stood by his call for a temporary ban on Muslims entering the US and proposed a suspension of immigration from countries with “a proven history of terrorism”.
The national survey found 41% of likely voters supporting Hillary Clinton and Donald 40% backing Trump, with 19% undecided.
The Rust Belt, which includes Ohio, Pennsylvania, Michigan, Illinois, Wisconsin, Indiana and West Virginia, has suffered heavy job losses in sectors such as autos, coal and steel that have faced fierce competition from abroad. The region, home to many unionised workers, has been a stronghold for Democrats.
Gutting Habeas Corpus: The Inside Story of How Bill Clinton Sacrificed Prisoners’ Rights for Political Gain
In the zero-tolerance climate of the ’80s and ’90s, the concept of habeas corpus had met with increasing impatience; critics accused people on death row of gaming the system, filing “appeal after appeal” just to stay alive.
“We will no longer surrender this country or its people to the false song of globalism. The nation-state remains the true foundation for happiness and harmony.”
Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton rolled up wins in Northeastern states on Tuesday and immediately turned their fire on each other, in a possible preview of a general election matchup.
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