US Presidential Elections: Democrat Bernie Sanders campaign claims huge crowd at New York rally

US Presidential Elections: Democrat Bernie Sanders campaign claims huge crowd at New York rally

Democrat candidate and Vermont Senator Bernie Sanders drew a record-breaking crowd to a park in Brooklyn as he looks to build momentum ahead of the New York primaries on Tuesday.

US polls: Trump, Clinton in lead heading into key Iowa caucuses

Heading into the crucial Iowa caucuses that will officially kick off the race for the White House tomorrow, controversial Republican presidential aspirant Donald Trump and Democrat Hillary Clinton have leads over their respective opponents after days of political bickering.

41 US senators back Iran nuclear deal

President Barack Obama secured 41 votes in the U.S. Senate on Tuesday for the international nuclear deal with Iran, enough to block a measure of disapproval in the 100-seat chamber.

Former US president Jimmy Carter has cancer 

Former US president Jimmy Carter, 90, said that a recent liver surgery revealed he had cancer which had spread to other parts of his body.

New York rally launches Hillary Clinton`s presidential bid for White House

New York rally launches Hillary Clinton`s presidential bid for White House

Ardent supporters streamed into a manicured New York park Saturday to watch Hillary Clinton lay out her bid to become America`s first woman president and her vision for the future.

Republican-turned-Democrat Lincoln Chafee joins 2016 US race

Lincoln Chafee, a former US senator and Rhode Island governor who was a longtime Republican before switching to the Democratic Party, launched his 2016 presidential campaign on Wednesday.

Clinton`s debut campaign rally set for June 13 in New York

Democratic frontrunner Hillary Clinton has been a US presidential candidate for seven weeks, but her campaign officially launches June 13 with a rally on a New York City island, her team said Monday.

US Senator Menendez indicted for corruption

US Senator Robert Menendez has been indicted on charges of public corruption, following a two-year federal investigation into his ties to a friend who contributed large sums to his re-election campaign.

Bolstered by economy, Obama faces hostile Congress

Barack Obama faces the massed ranks of Congress on Tuesday for the first time since his party lost control there, but don`t expect him to cut a humbler figure.

Warren Buffett would `bet money` on Clinton becoming president

 Billionaire investor Warren Buffett said Tuesday he would bet money on Hillary Clinton becoming the next president of the United States.

Lawmaker urges hearing on `derogatory` Redskins name

A veteran US lawmaker Friday called for a congressional hearing on the Washington Redskins name, arguing such action could serve as a "catalyst" to rid American football of a term regarded as overtly racist by many.

Indian-American lawyer in race for Congressional seat

An Indian-American patent lawyer, vying for a congressional seat in the Silicon Valley, has been endorsed by top executives from technology giants like Google.

Sarah Palin to create `Freedom party` if Republican neglect conservatives

Former governor of Alaska Sarah Palin has reportedly expressed her keenness to bolt from the Republican Party and create a new ` Freedom Party` if the Grand Old Party continues to ignore the conservatives.

Majority of Democrats want Hillary to contest 2016 polls

Former US secretary of state Hillary Clinton is the choice of majority of Democrats to run for 2016 Presidential Elections, according to an opinion poll.

Democrat mayors back Hillary Clinton for 2016 prez bid

Democrat mayors of the United States have come close to settling on Hillary Clinton as the successor for President Barack Obama in 2016.

Most Americans think Santa Claus is a Democrat!

A number of Americans think that the jolly man in red Santa Claus is a Democrat than a Republican, a new poll has found.

US Presidential Election: Romney. Obama claim victory

Both the Democrat and Republican camps have claimed victory ahead of the crucial presidential elections set for Tuesday.

US elections: 81% non-Americans want Obama re-elected

A poll of more than 570,000 people across the globe has revealed non-Americans want Barack Obama to remain president of the United States.

US elections: 169 million voters in America`s $6 bn election

169 million American voters go to the polls to chose a president, a new House of Representatives, 33 senators and thousands of local officials at a whopping cost of $6 billion.

US elections: Obama leads, Romney accused of ‘desperation’

President Barack Obama has edged ahead of Republican presidential challenger Mitt Romney in the final days of the presidential campaign, helped by his handling of Hurricane Sandy.