What if Donald Trump is convicted? The 2024 Republican convention rules don't address the issue
The Republican National Committee’s rules for next year’s nominating contest and convention have been released, but a major question is unaddressed: Can delegates vote for a different candidate if the party’s presumptive nominee is convicted of a felony.
Thousands of fake Facebook accounts shut down by Meta were primed to polarize voters ahead of 2024
Meta says it has found and disabled thousands of fake Facebook accounts linked to China that were used to spread politically partisan content in the United States before next year’s election.
Trump embraces the Jan. 6 rioters on the trail. In court, his lawyers hope to distance him from them
Former President Donald Trump’s lawyers have suggested their strategy in his election interference case in Washington involves distancing him from the horde of U.S. Capitol rioters, whom he has embraced on the campaign trail.
Putin accuses the West of trying to 'dismember and plunder' Russia in a ranting speech
Russian President Vladimir Putin has cast Moscow’s military action in Ukraine as an existential battle against purported attempts by the West to destroy Russia, a ranting speech ahead of a presidential election campaign.
Jimmy Carter attends as family, presidents and first ladies celebrate Rosalynn Carter
Rosalynn Carter was remembered Tuesday as a former U.S. first lady who leveraged her fierce intellect and political power to put her deep Christian faith into action by always helping others, especially those who needed it most.
Donald Trump draws cheers, some boos in Haley's backyard at Clemson-South Carolina football game
Donald Trump used college football rivalry weekend to bask among his supporters in a state and region that are key to his presidential fortunes, while trying to upstage his Republican opponent Nikki Haley on her home turf at the Clemson-South Carolina football game.
Argentina's labor leaders warn of resistance to President-elect Milei's radical reforms
Right-wing populist Javier Milei has been president-elect just four days and already Argentina’s unions and social organizations are vowing pushback and even protests if he makes good on his promises to slash the size of the state and privatize companies.
Fiery right-wing populist Javier Milei wins Argentina's presidency and promises 'drastic' changes
Right-wing populist Javier Milei will become the next president of Argentina after promising a dramatic shake-up to the state in a fiercely polarized election campaign held amid deep discontent over soaring inflation and rising poverty.
Officials stock up on overdose antidote naloxone after fentanyl-laced letters disrupt vote counting
Election officials around the country are stocking up on the overdose reversal medication naloxone after a series of suspicious mailings — some containing traces of fentanyl — were sent to vote centers or government buildings in six states.
Guatemalan prosecutors request that President-elect Bernardo Arévalo be stripped of immunity
Guatemala’s Attorney General’s office has formally requested that President-elect Bernardo Arévalo and his vice president be stripped of their immunity so it can investigate them for allegedly encouraging the student occupation of the country’s only public university.
Madagascar’s incumbent President Rajoelina takes early lead in vote marked by boycott, low turnout
Madagascar’s incumbent President Andry Rajoelina has taken a commanding lead in the island nation’s presidential election, which is being boycotted by the majority of candidates and is marked by low turnout.
Colorado case using 'insurrection' argument to bar Trump from the ballot goes to the judge
A Colorado judge heard closing arguments on whether Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump is barred from the ballot by a provision of the U.S. Constitution that forbids those who “engaged in insurrection” from holding office.
The Georgia district attorney who charged Trump expects his trial to be underway over Election Day
The Georgia district attorney who charged former President Donald Trump over his efforts to overturn the state’s 2020 election says she expects his trial will be underway over Election Day next year and could possibly stretch past the inauguration in 2025.
The 2024 Republican presidential field is rapidly shrinking. But is it too late to stop Trump?
The Republican Party’s once-crowded 2024 presidential primary field has suddenly shrunk to just a handful of viable candidates, but it's unclear if the GOP is any closer to coalescing behind a clear alternative to former President Donald Trump.