The race to succeed US President Barack Obama pits Democratic Party nominee Hillary Clinton against Republican Party nominee Donald Trump. Election day is November 8, 2016.
A witness in the trial of a former campaign lawyer charged with lying to the FBI said Clinton had personally signed off on the plan to pitch to the media the now-discredited theory about secret communications with a Russian bank.
The latest surveys show the incumbent leading his far-right challenger Le Pen, but a large number of undecided voters means a surprise result can’t be ruled out.
The former president alleges that she and other democrats tried to rig the 2016 US election by tying his campaign to Moscow.
The former secretary of state says a second term would make the ex-US president’s chaotic first four years in the White House seem like child’s play.
Several countries accuse ‘cyber actors’ backed by Beijing of hacking the Microsoft Exchange email server, as allegations of Chinese cyberattacks mount.
In his first speech in months, Trump took aim at infectious disease expert Anthony Fauci but remained coy about his own political future.
President distrusted politicians and valued loyalty above all, repeatedly placing relatives in key campaign positions, writes former aide Rick Gates in new book.
Doing anything to win has always been president’s ‘business model and way of life’, former fixer Michael Cohen says in foreword to Disloyal, A Memoir.
Former intelligence officer Christopher Steele wrote document after being hired to examine Trump’s Russia links ahead of 2016 US presidential election.
Stone had been sentenced to three years and four months in prison for lying to Congress, witness tampering and obstructing an investigation into Trump’s alleged collusion with Russia.
Former national security adviser was accused of lying to the FBI, and had already pleaded guilty – twice.
Trump campaign welcomes move as chance to paint former vice-president as being part of Washington ‘swamp’.
Cohen was sentenced to three years in prison in 2018 for directing hush payments to pornographic film star Stormy Daniels and former Playboy model Karen McDougal.
Barr said the Justice Department has evidence there was ‘something far more troubling’ than just mistakes during the investigation.
Flynn is one of six Trump aides and associates charged in special counsel Robert Mueller’s investigation into ties between the Russia and the 2016 Trump campaign.
Lawsuit alleges that newspaper knowingly published false statements related to investigation of Moscow’s interference in 2016 election.
Original prosecutors had called for seven to nine years, but recommendation was reversed by Justice Department after president complained publicly.
Revelation came during hearing in London court before the start of Washington’s extradition request.
US presidential candidate slams ‘extremely dubious conspiracy theories’ that she is being groomed by Moscow to be third-party candidate in coming election.
Former presidential candidate refuses to say if she would endorse and campaign for senator if he wins Democratic nomination.
The president’s legal team will also include Ken Starr, the special prosecutor in the 1988 Bill Clinton impeachment.
House Judiciary Committee wants ex-White House lawyer to testify on potential obstruction by US president during Mueller probe.
Two-year study that showed no systemic bias against Trump in opening the investigation, but outlined ‘significant errors or omissions’ concerning FBI efforts.
Trump claims that the Russia investigation was illegitimate and tainted by political bias from FBI leaders.
Lisa Page found herself in US president’s crosshairs after release of anti-Trump text messages between her and then FBI agent Peter Strzok
Email exchanges between acting chief of staff Mick Mulvaney and White House budget officials sought to provide an explanation for withholding the funds after Trump had already ordered a hold in mid-July on the nearly US$400 million in security assistance.
Embattled US president airs long, occasionally incoherent list of grievances against FBI, political opponents, the ‘deep state’ and more.