Washington, Dec 12 – The US presidential election 2020 is over. But it is clear that nothing – no fact, no piece of evidence and no court ruling – will dissuade Trump from trying to mislead Americans about Joe Biden’s…
Facebook and Twitter’s chief executives have been challenged over their handling of the US election in their latest appearance before the US Senate.
Former President Barack Obama has said senior US Republicans are undermining democracy by going along with President Donald Trump’s unsubstantiated claims of election fraud. In an interview with CBS News, due to air on Sunday, Mr Obama said President-elect Joe…
The victory of Democratic candidate Joe Biden in the US presidential election is poised to bring more than a change in White House. Not only shall America find the most powerful man on earth promoting unity in place of division…
US President Donald Trump has accused Democrats of voting “shenanigans” as the result from Tuesday’s White House election hangs in the balance. His Democratic challenger Joe Biden earlier appealed for calm as the nail-biting count drags on in five states.
Despite substantial pre-election anxiety, millions of Americans went to the polls on Tuesday to elect a new president in a process that by most accounts went smoothly.
The winner of the U.S. presidential election remained in doubt Wednesday, with the outcome hinging on a handful of states where a flood of mail-in ballots sparked by the coronavirus pandemic remained to be counted.
Why is it that one candidate can win the popular note but another wins the electoral vote and thus the presidency? That’s how the framers of the Constitution set it up.
US President Donald Trump and his Democratic challenger Joe Biden have batted away key questions during separate meet-the-voter TV events.
Dhaka, Sept 24 – The US Embassy in Dhaka has encouraged US voters by participating in the “Absentee Voting Week” and taking necessary steps to vote in the November election.
US President Donald Trump has refused to commit to a peaceful transfer of power if he loses November’s election. “Well, we’ll have to see what happens,” the president told a news conference at the White House. “You know that.”