Post-ABC poll: Biden maintains lead over Trump nationally in stable presidential race
Louis de Zoysa: name of alleged Croydon police killer revealed
Matiu Ratana, a Met Police sergeant, was shot dead at Croydon Custody Centre by a handcuffed suspect
Swiss voters reject proposal to end EU freedom of movement by nearly 62%
Swiss voters overwhelmingly rejected an initiative that would have prevented EU citizens from being able to freely work and live in the country.
UN failures on coronavirus underscore the need for reforms
The coronavirus that has claimed nearly 1 million lives has underscored the failure of the United Nations to bring countries together to defeat it, prompting renewed calls to reform the world body so that it can meet challenges far different — and more daunting — than those it faced at its birth. As U.N.
Poll: Biden leads Trump in swing states Wisconsin, Michigan
Georgia and North Carolina remain extremely close.
Biden calls on Senate to 'take a step back from the brink' and not vote on Barrett
Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden on Sunday called on the U.S. Senate to hold off voting on President Trump's Supreme Court nominee Amy Coney Barrett, claiming that the right thing to do would be to wait to fill the vacant seat on the court until after January's inauguration.
Minister sees strengths in BBC critics eyed for top UK media jobs
LONDON (Reuters) - Britain’s culture minister said on Sunday that two prominent critics of the BBC who have reportedly been offered important roles in the British media had “strengths”.
Democrats, with election in view, focus on healthcare in Supreme Court fight
By Lawrence Hurley and Steve Holland WASHINGTON - Democratic lawmakers on Sunday warned that if the U.S. Senate approves President Donald Trump's third Supreme Court nominee, Amy Coney Barrett, she could cast a decisive vote to strike down the Obamacare health law. With Republicans controlling the Senate, Democrats have little leverage to prevent a quick vote on Barrett before the Nov.
Mark Meadows: FBI director too quick to 'make a verdict' about mail-in ballots
Tensions between FBI Director Christopher Wray and White House chief of staff Mark Meadows remain high over dissenting views on the security of voting by mail.
[Opinion] Pelosi Dodges on Whether Dems Will Impeach AG Barr to Derail SCOTUS Confirmation
Democrats appear determined to stop Amy Coney Barrett confirmation no matter the political cost.
Lowering The Bar: Critics Go Ballistic As GOP Peddles 'Notorious ACB' T
"You must be so proud," disgusted observer mocks over heartless Republican fundraising scheme exploiting the late Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg.
Ex-Trump national security adviser: Military will have no role in transition
Former White House national security adviser H.R. McMaster said the military will not be involved in a potential transfer of power in 2021, calling it "irresponsible" to discuss."The military will have no role in a...