There was a lot more civility, and this time, the US Election face-off didn’t end in farce – but who won the debate between Joe Biden and Donald Trump?
The former president also urged people to vote and have faith in the democratic process
Joe Biden has got his statement on the #EndSARS movement out before Cyril Ramaphosa did – and the US Presidential candidate has blasted ‘police brutality’.
Both Donald Trump and Joe Biden’s last debate takes place less than two weeks before the US heads to the polls
Launching his ‘Our Black Party,’ P. Diddy said white people should be ‘scared to death’ of Donald Trump and that the US president is the “type of white man that should be banished.”
It’s a long way back for Donald Trump, but he has a history of defying the odds. Joe Biden sits pretty in the polls, despite the president’s latest tirade.
Democratic campaigners seize the opportunity in the Great FlyGate Debate and get American voters buzzing with a commemorative flyswatter.
Senator Kamala Harris and Vice President Mike Pence slugged it out on the debate stage, butting heads over COVID-19, the economy and climate change, among other issues
President of the United States (US) Donald Trump announced he would be putting the COVID-19 relief package talks on hold, only until after he wins the elections in November
Donald Trump controversially addressed a far-right paramilitary group during the US presidential debate on Tuesday night.
They kicked off by agreeing on their mutual goal of removing Republican Donald Trump from the White House, which Cardi B said was particularly vital considering the tumultuous federal pandemic response.
US presidential candidate Joe Biden created an internet storm after claiming that he was arrested ‘on the streets of Soweto trying to get to see Nelson Mandela on Robben Island’.
Life is not all that peachy for US President Donald Trump following explosive allegations by his former national security adviser John Bolton.