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# Race for the White House

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# red and blue
Filling up: Here's the state-by-state guide of who's taken where
270, that’s the magic number.
# knife edge
It's a toss up: Where do we stand after an election night squeaker?
Donald Trump has held some key states but Joe Biden flipped Arizona.
As it happened: Trump makes unsubstantiated claims of election 'fraud' as presidential race hangs on knife-edge
QAnon-supporting Republican wins US House of Representatives seat
Trump and Biden dial aggression down a notch in final presidential debate
The debate began at 2am Irish-time and last for just over 90 minutes.
# first debate
'Proud boys, stand back and stand by': Trump refuses to condemn white supremacists during debate
The US President condemned Antifa and the left during the debate with Joe Biden.
# Race for the White House
Showtime: Everything you need to know about the upcoming presidential debates
Trump and Biden will face off in three separate TV debates.
Trump's convention: Donald, Donald Jr, Melania and gun-toting protest couple all pencilled in for Republicans
The Republican National Convention runs for four days from Monday.
# malarkey
Zoom across America: What to expect from Biden's big convention week
The four-day event begins from Monday.
# Race for the White House
What does Joe Biden actually want to do as US president?
The reams of proposals reflect Biden’s belief that the nation faces immense challenges.
# Race for the White House
From masks to polls, here's what's happening in the US presidential contest right now
The election is happening even if coronavirus has grabbed all the headlines.
# Biden His Time
'Completely new race': Joe Biden swipes Super Tuesday momentum from Bernie Sanders
Biden has received the backing of Mike Bloomberg, who dropped out and endorsed the former vice president.
# Race for the White House
Mike Bloomberg's $400 million (and counting) bet on the presidency and his plan to target Trump
The former New York Mayor has been the talk of the Democratic campaign this week.
# Race for the White House
Kirsten Gillibrand drops out of Democrat race as polling puts the Big Three neck and neck
Gillibrand’s campaign had centered on women’s equality issues.
# one percenters
Quiz: Can you name these Democrats running for president?
It’s a big field, so who are these outsiders?
# meddling
'There's nothing wrong with listening' - Trump says he may take information from foreign country in 2020 race
The president’s remarks came on the same day that his son Donald Jr was grilled by US senators about his contacts with Russians.
# Podesta
Clinton's words of love for Gerry Adams gave her aides cause for concern
Clinton speechwriter Schwerin made the remark in an email to fellow Clinton aides after an Irish-American event.
# Wiki pique
Wikileaks accuse John Kerry of ordering Ecuador to cut off Julian Assange's wifi
A staunch critic of Hillary Clinton, Assange has been accused of turning Wikileaks into a “prop for Trump”.
# USA2016
Hillary Clinton has accused Donald Trump of "stalking" her during their tv debate
Clinton said his movements made her feel “really weird” on stage.
# Loophole
Donald Trump called out Warren Buffett on Sunday. The wily old billionaire has hit back
The philanthropist gave away the equivalent of 75% of Trump’s wealth last year.
# Pleaded loudly
A lawsuit claiming Donald Trump raped a 13-year-old girl has been refiled in New York
A woman claims the Republican presidential nominee sexually assaulted and raped her in 1994 when she was just 13 years old.
# Pretty rich
Republican leaders have hailed Donald Trump as 'a genius' for paying no tax for 20 years
Chris Christie and a former New York mayor backed the Republican nominee, after he reportedly lost $916 million in a year.
# Serial liar
Increasing numbers of Republican newspapers say Donald Trump is not fit to be president
USA Today have taken a side for the first time, while an Arizona newspaper has received death threats from Trump supporters.
# 52nd state
Who do Irish people want to be elected US President?
In Monday night’s debate, the Democratic Party nominee Hillary Clinton, was adjudged to have won by most commentators.
# Race for the White House
Hillary Clinton needs to bait the 'unpredictable' Trump in tonight's first US presidential debate
Trump’s advisers are urging him to keep cool amid probable questions about his misuse of charity funds, business record or xenophobia.
# Race for the White House
Trump used charity funds to fund his legal bills, according to The Washington Post
The cases involved a combined $258,000 paid out by the Donald J. Trump Foundation – a charity almost entirely funded with other people’s money.
# Race for the White House
'A basket of deplorables': Clinton lays into the supporters of Donald Trump
Separately, Trump’s running mate Mike Pence has released 10 years of tax returns, putting pressure on his billionaire boss to do so.
# Race for the White House
Clinton is leading Trump in some traditional Republican strongholds, according to a huge 50-state poll
Yet Trump has edged ahead of Clinton in a separate CNN/ORC poll, at 45% to 43% among probable voters.
# Poll Position
Hillary Clinton has taken a huge lead in the race for the White House
That is despite hitting choppy waters.
# Race for the White House
Donald Trump has urged African-American voters to vote for him, asking "What do you have to lose?"
He told a predominantly white audience in Michigan that black voters “are living in poverty” and their schools are no good.
# Race for the White House
Hillary Clinton files her tax returns and asks Trump to come clean
Clinton and her husband Bill, the former president, reported $10.6 million in income for 2015 and paid $3.6 million in federal income tax.
# democratic crisis
Watch: Bernie Sanders booed for telling his supporters to elect Hillary Clinton
The Democratic Convention hasn’t got off to the smoothest of starts.
# Your Say
Poll: Who do you think will win the US presidential election?
The final debate took place in Florida last night, with two weeks to go before America decides on Obama or Romney. But who will they choose?