Florida Governor Ron DeSantis Wednesday announced he would be participating in the primary elections of the Republican Party to run for President of the United States in 2024. He will face former President Donald Trump, among others, if he is to make it to the White House. I'm running for president to lead our great American comeback, De Santis wrote on Twitter, where he also participated in a broadcast interview with Elon Musk.
US President Joe Biden Tuesday announced he would seek reelection in 2024, once again with Kamala Harris as his running mate. The Democratic leader, who will be turning 81 later this year, argued that every generation has a time when they had to stand up for democracy, defend their fundamental freedoms: I believe this is our time, Biden said while asking his voters to help him finish the job he has started.
Robert F. Kennedy Jr., a nephew of former US President John F. Kennedy, filed the customary paperwork to enter the Democratic Party's primaries in 2024, it was reported Wednesday.
Former US President Donald Trump kicked off his campaign to return to the White House by denouncing a witch hunt against him during a meeting in Waco, Texas, where 30 years ago an armed cult clashed with federal authorities.
US president Joseph Biden Thursday ordered the expulsion of ten Russian diplomats for allegedly meddling with the elections in what became known as the SolarWinds breach.
While the US capital Washington under lockdown and strict security measures emulates Baghdad, law enforcement agencies have screened the 25,000 plus National Guard members to make sure they do not pose a security risk during president Joe Biden and Kamala Harris inauguration, according to comments from top military officers.
US Vice-President Mike Pence will attend the inauguration of President-elect Joe Biden and Vice-President-elect Kamala Harris, breaking ranks with President Donald Trump, who said that he wouldn't attend.
President Donald Trump, who begrudgingly recognized his defeat less than two weeks before he was due to leave office, announced on Friday on Twitter that he would not be attending President-elect Joe Biden’s inauguration on Jan 20.
United States President Donald Trump has finally conceded the 2020 election victory to president-elect Joe Biden in a new video published on his YoutTube channel condemning his violent supporters who stormed the Capitol building on Wednesday.
Hours after hundreds of President Donald Trump's supporters stormed the US Capitol in a harrowing assault on American democracy, a shaken Congress on Thursday formally certified Democrat Joe Biden's election victory.