Sanders outlines his list of Democratic Party reforms

Democratic Party presidential candidate Bernie Sanders shared a specific list of changes he would like the party to make.

Hillary Clinton says half of her Cabinet would be women

Eyeing to become the first woman president of the US, Democratic front-runner Hillary Clinton has said that if elected to the White House half of her Cabinet would be comprised of women.

After big New York wins, Trump and Clinton cast themselves as inevitable

After big New York wins, Trump and Clinton cast themselves as inevitable

Republican Donald Trump and Democrat Hillary Clinton scored sweeping victories in nominating contests in their home state of New York, and immediately cited them in arguing they are all but unstoppable as their respective parties` presidential nominees.

New York votes, Clinton and Trump tipped to win

New York goes to the polls Tuesday in a pivotal presidential primary tipped to hand Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump victories in the race to clinch the Democratic and Republican tickets to the White House.

Donald Trump more popular than Hillary Clinton in China: Survey

Donald Trump more popular than Hillary Clinton in China: Survey

US presidential candidate and Republican front-runner Donald Trump is more popular in China than his rival and Democrat Party front-runner Hillary Clinton, according to a survey on Sunday.

Donald Trump knocks Marco Rubio out of race, Republicans in turmoil

Donald Trump knocks Marco Rubio out of race, Republicans in turmoil

Ohio Governor John Kasich`s victory in his home state left him as the last establishment Republican candidate standing after Rubio.

Donald Trump 'trafficking in hate and fear': Hillary Clinton

Donald Trump 'trafficking in hate and fear': Hillary Clinton

Clinton said Trump incites violence in his audience.

Majority of Americans want next president not to criticize Islam

However, four-in-ten want the next president to speak bluntly about Islamic extremists even if the statements are critical of Islam as a whole, the survey said.

Hillary Clinton campaign claims Iowa caucus victory

Hillary Clinton campaign claims Iowa caucus victory

Hillary Clinton `s campaign has claimed victory in the Iowa caucus against Bernie Sanders with official final results still outstanding in the extremely close presidential nominations contest.

US Presidential elections: Contenders offer closing arguments in Iowa

US Republican and Democratic candidates made last-gasp appeals to Iowa voters just hours before the first nominating contest of the 2016 campaign, with their White House aspirations on the line.

Fight against Islamic State not World War 3, says Barack Obama in last State of the Union address

Fight against Islamic State not World War 3, says Barack Obama in last State of the Union address

Obama said it was fiction to declare the United States was in economic decline or getting weaker on the international stage.

Hillary Clinton raises record USD 112 mln in 2015

New York-based real estate tycoon Donald Trump, the leading Republican candidate, is funding his own campaign.

Congressional bid of Indian American politician gains momentum

The Congressional bid of Indian American Raja Krishnamurthi appears to have gained momentum with the Illinois politician bagging endorsements from top US lawmakers including the influential Nancy Pelosi.

Data breach sets off charges of theft in '16 Democratic race

The Democratic race for president unexpectedly exploded with rancor as Hillary Clinton's campaign accused rival Bernie Sanders of stealing millions of dollars worth of information about potential voters.

US Elections: Clinton's tack to the left to be on display in Democratic debate

US Elections: Clinton's tack to the left to be on display in Democratic debate

Hillary Clinton has veered hard to the left ahead of Tuesday's first Democratic presidential debate, hoping to inoculate herself from criticism by rival Bernie Sanders and woo the union members and liberal activists who have been slow to embrace her.

Hillary Clinton's loses edge over Republicans in presidential race: Poll

Hillary Clinton's loses edge over Republicans in presidential race: Poll

With Democratic frontrunner Hillary Clinton`s lead for party nomination in the 2016 presidential race falling to just 10 points, her advantage against the top Republican contenders has vanished, according to a new poll.

Hillary Clinton says 'sorry' for using private email at US State Dept

 US presidential candidate Hillary Clinton apologised for using a private email server in her New York home for her work as secretary of state in an interview on Tuesday.

Key Democrats turn against Obama's Iran deal

Democratic Senator Chuck Schumer has announced he would vote against the Iran nuclear deal, in a blow to President Barack Obama's efforts to sell the measure.

Hillary Clinton aide investigated for possible criminal conduct

 An Indian-origin aide of Democratic Presidential candidate Hillary Clinton is being investigated for allegedly accepting overpayments from the State Department while working for the former secretary of state.

'US Justice Dept asked to probe Hillary Clinton's email use'

The US Justice Department is weighing a request by two government inspectors general to open a criminal investigation into Hillary Clinton`s use of a private email account for her work as secretary of state, the New York Times reported on Thursday.