Trump on defense, courting voters in 2 must-win states

MACON, Ga. (AP) — Backed into a corner and facing financial strains, President Donald Trump went after his opponent’s family and defended his own struggle to contain the pandemic as he fought to energize his sagging reelection bid in the

The Macho Appeal of Donald Trump

Though a majority of Latino voters favor Democrats, Hispanic men are a small but enduring part of Trump’s base. Those supporters see him as forceful, unapologetic and a symbol of economic success. By Jennifer Medina PHOENIX — They packed into

Democrats Mount an All-Out Effort to Get Detroit to Vote

DETROIT — On most Sundays, the Rev. Steve Bland Jr. is in the pulpit of his Liberty Temple Baptist Church in Detroit, preaching to his congregation as a choir gives praise. And in the weeks before an election, whether it’s

For Voters Still Mulling, One Thing Is Clear: That Debate Didn’t Help

“Useless.” “Ridiculous.” “Horrible.” Undecided voters approached the first presidential debate between President Trump and Joseph R. Biden Jr. with some hope of hearing policies and plans that could help them make a decision they had been mulling for months. Instead,

A Capital Engulfed by Sadness and Rage

WASHINGTON — As 20,000 tiny flags waved in the grass around the Washington Monument to memorialize more than 200,000 Americans dead from the coronavirus, mourners lined up on Wednesday to pay respects to Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, whose coffin lay