Kellyanne Conway tells reporters it is time for America to accept election results and come together behind President-elect Trump.
U.S. Vice President-elect Mike Pence says he was not offended by pointed comments made to him by a cast member of “Hamilton” after he attended the hit Broadway show. Continue reading
After a long, bitter U.S. presidential campaign, voters finally head to the polls on Tuesday to decide between Democrat Hillary Clinton or Republican Donald Trump. Linda So reports. Continue reading
A Ku Klux Klan chapter and an African-American group held overlapping demonstrations outside the South Carolina State House, where state officials removed the Confederate battle flag last week.
Demonstrators chant “ACA is here to stay” — shorthand for the Affordable Care Act, President Barack Obama’s signature healthcare law after the Supreme Court upholds the availability of tax subsidies that are crucial to the healthcare program known as Obamacare.
Louisiana Governor Bobby Jindal announces on his website and on twitter, “I’m running for President of the United States of America” — making him the the first person of Indian-American heritage to run for the White House.
(NVO) – Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton came out of the gates referencing Franklin Roosevelt and hammering a populist message in her first campaign rally held in New York.
A bill to end U.S. spy agencies’ bulk collection of Americans’ telephone data, called the “USA Freedom Act”, is blocked in the United States Senate. A follow-up vote to extend for two months the current “USA Patriot Act” program which authorizes the collection of so-called telephone “metadata” also fails to pass.
“Everyday Americans” hold mixed opinion about Hillary Clinton as she officially announces her second run for the presidency.
Likely Republican presidential contender Jeb Bush, who was popular among Spanish-speaking voters while Florida governor, marked himself as ‘Hispanic’ on a 2009 voter registration application, The New York Times reports.