US presidential candidates Trump and Clinton have faced off in their third and last debate in Las Vegas.
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Alice Butler-Short is fed up with politicians who can’t get their acts together. She wants a leader who can move the US forward, and she believes Donald Trump is that leader, Ines Pohl reports from Lorton, Virginia.
Donald Trump’s erratic campaign has Republicans running for Congress wringing their hands. But with three months and possibly many more unpredictable Trump outbursts to go, they are caught between a rock and hard place.
The final Republican platform, released Monday, would pull the United States out of the international climate accord, open national forests for logging and declare coal a “clean energy resource.”
Racist comments by US Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump may play well with some disaffected Americans, but he has drawn nothing but contempt in Britain. Even the party of Margaret Thatcher rebukes him
Trump’s campaign called for “total and complete shutdown of Muslims entering the US”
US President Barack Obama’s plan to cut carbon emissions from US power plants has been hailed as visionary by the UN, EU and environmental groups. Republicans have vowed to do whatever it takes to halt the measures.
The five Guantanamo Bay detainees were in turn transferred to Qatar, where their movements and activities will be restricted, a US official said.
Forensics Authority says there was insufficient room at state morgue to accommodate all bodies from the Rabaa dispersal
Muslim Brotherhood arrests, detentions and interrogations continue, Beltagi’s son released
The Front to Defend Egypt’s Protesters decides it will not defend “those who take up arms”
26 members left on Monday in protest of party withdrawal from roadmap
Resignations follow party’s reaction to Republican Guard clashes.
Supporters of the ousted president are on high alert amid tight security measures
Comments come in run-up to 6 November federal election
Clinton’s move will be seen as an attempt to take the heat off the US president three weeks before he bids for re-election.
Obama planning to outpace Romney by backing abortion, contraception and gay marriage
Presidential campaigns taking a break on the memorial of 9/11
Romney’s statements cause controversy