Trump doubles down on voter fraud claim in US election
Facing sinking poll numbers and accusations of sexual assault, Donald Trump doubled down Monday on charges that the presidential campaign is being rigged, warning of "large scale voter fraud" in the US election.
Trump appears with Bill Clinton accusers before debate
Donald Trump held a surprise press conference Sunday with several women who have accused Bill Clinton of sexual misconduct, just before taking the stage in a crucial presidential debate with Hillary Clinton.
Republican party office in North Carolina firebombed
Police in the southern US state of North Carolina on Sunday were investigating a firebomb attack on a Republican Party office, with the message "Nazi Republicans leave town or else" sprayed on an adjacent building.
Trump challenges Clinton to drug test, says vote 'rigged'
Donald Trump has challenged his rival Hillary Clinton to a drug test before their next debate, suggesting the Democrat was "pumped up" on performance-enhancing drugs in a stunning new twist to the brutal White House race.
News recap: Trouble in the First Family and other happenings
This week's news recap gives you a summary of the First Family drama, the release of 21 Chibok girls and some more.
Trump rejects assault claims, says he is a victim of smears
Donald Trump on Friday rejected claims of women accusing him of sexual misconduct, and portrayed himself as the victim of a "smear campaign" orchestrated by the media and established politicians.
Trump blasts media for 'false' groping allegations
Donald Trump launched a defiant assault on US media Thursday after news outlets published accusations by several women that he sexually assaulted them, with the Republican presidential nominee insisting the incidents never happened.
Women accuse Trump of groping, forcibly kissing them
Newly published accusations that Donald Trump groped or inappropriately kissed women rocked the race for the White House Wednesday, with the Republican nominee ...
Hillary Clinton blames Donald Trump, WikiLeaks, Russia after new leaks
The head of Hillary Clinton's campaign team John Podesta slammed WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange on Tuesday for helping Republican rival Donald Trump in the bitter White House race, while accusing Moscow of being behind the hack.