US Presidential elections

The FBI keeps showing up in this election

Hillary Clinton's supporters were already fuming after FBI Director James Comey revived the specter of her email scandal in the tense final days of the presidential election, a move that played right into Donald Trump's hands.

Trump revels in investigation of Clinton aide's emails

"Thank you, Huma. Good job, Huma," Trump said, referring to Huma Abedin, a top Clinton aide. "Thank you, Anthony Weiner."

The FBI discovered the emails on a device seized from Abedin's estranged husband Anthony Weiner, who is being investigated for allegedly exchanging sexually explicit messages with an underage girl.

Trump said emails -- the contents of which are unknown -- will be "absolutely devastating" to Clinton. The FBI is still working to determine if any of them are pertinent to the investigation into Clinton's private email server.

New polls show tight Clinton-Trump race nationally, battlegrounds

An ABC News/Washington Post tracking poll released Sunday showed Clinton ahead 46% to 45% -- narrower than Saturday's 2-point Clinton edge.

In CNN's Poll of Polls, which averages results for the five most recently released national surveys, Clinton has a 47% to 42% advantage over Trump. That's unchanged from the most recent Poll of Polls on Saturday.

Donald Trump's mission: Make Clinton's life hell for the next month

Capping the most devastating 48 hours of his presidential campaign, Trump stunned the country on Sunday by convening a press conference with women who have accused Bill Clinton of sexual misconduct and calling the former president an abuser of women in a nationally televised debate.

Trump threatens to jail Clinton if he wins election

"If I win, I am going to instruct my attorney general to get a special prosecutor to look into your (missing email) situation," Trump said, "because there has never been so many lies, so much deception."

Trump's threat -- which he has made before on the campaign trail -- is extraordinary even by the standard of the vitriolic 2016 campaign.

US election: Trump camp on attack ahead of debate

Mr Trump is due to meet his Democratic rival Hillary Clinton in the second debate at 21:00 local time (01:00 GMT).

His adviser Rudy Giuliani said Mr Trump may well bring up Mrs Clinton's alleged role in discrediting women who accused her husband Bill of sexual abuse.

A 2005 recording of Mr Trump reveals him bragging about groping women.

At least 33 senior Republicans - including senators, members of Congress, and state governors - have withdrawn their support since the video surfaced on Friday.

Can Donald Trump recover from this?

Donald Trump's October Surprise is so explicit, shocking, offensive and vile that even he felt the need to apologize -- defiantly.

In a video released after midnight Saturday, Trump expressed regret for stunning comments that surfaced Friday about women.

"Anyone who knows me knows these words don't reflect who I am," he said. "I said it. I was wrong. And I apologize."

Trump schooled in 'Nevada' pronunciation

"Heroin overdoses are surging and meth overdoses in Nevada," the Republican presidential nominee told a Reno crowd. Trump repeated the word, pronouncing it "ne-VAH-da."

"Nevada. And you know what I said? I said, when I came out here, I said, nobody says it the other way. It has to be Nevada, right?" Trump said.

"And if you don't say it correctly -- and it didn't happen to me, happened to a friend of mine, he was killed," indicating he was aware the state's pronunciation is of particular interest to residents.

Will Trump learn from Pence's debate prep?

The Indiana governor delivered a smooth performance at Tuesday's vice presidential debate, lobbing attacks at Hillary Clinton with far greater effect than Trump in last week's showdown. Facing a feisty Tim Kaine, whose debate appearance will likely be remembered for his aggressive interruptions, Pence was calm and refused to be baited.

Donald Trump's campaign hits back at 'absurd' claims Melania Trump plagiarised Michelle Obama speech

Ms Trump's prime time speech to the Republican National Convention was watched by 35 million people, but its aftermath has been