President-elect Joe Biden has downplayed concerns that Donald Trump’s refusal to acknowledge his victory could undermine national security.
Presidential adviser Jared Kushner says that President Donald Trump wants to help black people in America, but they have to “want to be successful” for his policies to work.
President Donald Trump is embarking on a final-week charge through key states ahead of the election, overlooking a surge of coronavirus cases in the US and a fresh outbreak in his own White House.
President Donald Trump has announced that Sudan will start to normalise ties with Israel, making it the third Arab state to do so as part of US-brokered deals in the run-up to Election Day.
Melania Trump has lashed out at “self-serving adults” for focusing on her falling out with a friend and adviser.
Just 12% of Scots would support US President Donald Trump in the upcoming US election, a new poll suggests.
President Donald Trump says he has given his “blessing” to a proposed deal between Oracle and Walmart for the US operations of TikTok, the Chinese-owned app he has targeted for national security and data privacy concerns.
President Donald Trump highlighted American strength during a VJ speech in North Carolina, and managed to squeeze in a swipe at Democratic rival Joe Biden.
It comes as absolutely no surprise to me that Brazil’s prime minister Jair Bolsonaro has been confirmed as having coronavirus.
Minority staff and presenters at the BBC have been told by the corporation not to join in any form of protest supporting presenter Naga Munchetty, it is reported.
The BBC is facing a growing backlash over a decision to rebuke Naga Munchetty, with Sir Lenny Henry, Gina Yashere and Adrian Lester among the latest to criticise the corporation.
BBC bosses have said they are not impartial on racism after the decision to rebuke Naga Munchetty for criticising Donald Trump provoked a fierce backlash.
Kanye West has announced he is distancing himself from politics after being used to “spread messages [he] don’t believe in”.
Former basketball star Dennis Rodman broke down in tears while being interviewed on television about the historic summit between President Donald Trump and North Korean leader Kim Jong Un.