Committee vote on Barrett confirmation to move ahead despite Democrats' boycott
The Senate Judiciary Committee's vote to report Supreme Court nominee Amy Coney Barrett's out of committee is moving forward on Thursday, Republicans say, despite a declaration from Democrats that they will boycott the Thursday markup in protest of how close Republicans are moving the nomination to Election Day.
The final Trump, Biden presidential debate: What to know
The presidential debate on Thursday will give voters their final opportunity to compare President Trump and Democratic nominee Joe Biden side-by-side during an event that represents an opportunity for Trump and a potential pitfall for Biden in a race that polls indicate Biden is leading significantly
Senate Judiciary Committee to advance Supreme Court nominee Amy Coney Barrett over Democratic boycott
The Senate Judiciary committee will vote on Thursday to advance the nomination of Judge Amy Coney Barrett to the Supreme Court, despite a boycott by Democratic senators. Republicans are confident that they can push forward the nominee, setting up her confirmation by early next week.
Analysis: What Republican internal polling can actually tell us
Former Vice President Joe Biden has held a steadfast lead in high quality nonpartisan public polling. Still, some conservatives and President Donald Trump claim the polls are off. Trump himself has said he is up in key swing states.
How the campaigns are preparing to deploy thousands of poll watchers
For the first time in decades, the Republican National Committee can deploy thousands of poll watchers on Election Day. Democrats are turning to technology in an effort to up their own poll-watching efforts amid concerns about how President Donald Trump's supporters will respond to his calls to "go into the polls."
Military members who report sexual misconduct still say they're being dismissed by chain of command: report
News/Politics: Five years into the Canadian military's formal crackdown on sexual misconduct, some in the Armed Forces who report sexual offences still report being bullied, harassed and singled out by superior officers, according to a new report by an agency of the Department of National Defence.
The Liberals had the leverage this week — but it might not last
News/Politics: This week's excitement ended quietly on Wednesday afternoon, brought to a formal conclusion by a vote of 180 nays to 146 yeas. But the break in tension may be short-lived — and it's not clear how the partisan players will conduct themselves now in the wake of this week's showdown.
Live updates: Trump, Biden to meet in final presidential debate before election
The new debate format follows the first presidential debate, which was marred by Trump speaking over Democratic nominee Joe Biden and insulting his intelligence while Biden told Trump to “shut up” and called him a “clown.”
Obama delivers scathing rebuke of Trump before final debate
Barack Obama, in a moment of catharsis that doubled as a warning against Democratic complacency, blasted President Donald Trump in a speech dripping with ridicule ahead of Thursday's crucial debate -- perhaps the President's last chance to turn around his campaign.