With one week to go before the U.S. election, voters in a handful of states are getting inundated with flyers, commercials and last-minute visits from candidates while the majority of American voters watch from the sidelines.
Party officials and elections observers in this country are keeping eyes on the U.S. presidential race to see how the campaigns are conducting voter outreach in an era where door knocking and rallies aren't safe ways to spread your message. On CTVNews.ca, a feature on how Canada could run its next national vote during a global pandemic.
If things don't go Donald Trump's way on Election Day, the U.S. president may face more serious matters than how to pack up the West Wing. Without some of the protections afforded him by the presidency, Trump will become vulnerable to multiple legal investigations.
U.S. President Donald Trump has claimed that the results of this year's election may be rigged for a number of reasons such as mail-in ballots and their 'tremendous' potential for fraud, and has declined to commit to a peaceful transfer of power if he loses.
U.S. President Donald Trump faces the bleakest October polling numbers of any candidate in the past four presidential elections. CTVNews.ca takes a look at the state of the race 19 days before the U.S. election.
Since its origin three years ago, QAnon has festered in the darker corners of the internet. Now the group's followers, who call themselves 'believers,' have found a niche on social media and within the Republican Party.
While President Donald Trump and former vice-president Joe Biden are the ruling parties' nominees for the 2020 U.S. election, various third-party and independent candidates will also appear on some ballots including a former child actor, an ex-coal executive who served time in prison and a Walmart employee.
As Americans gear up for the Nov. 3 election, CTVNews.ca looks back on some of the most stunning moments from Donald Trump’s presidency, from his glowing endorsement of North Korean Leader Kim Jong Un to expressing interesting in buying Greenland.
When Donald Trump won the presidential election in November 2016, many Americans threatened to flee north of the border. And according to new government numbers, some of them may have followed through on that threat.
The months-long pandemic has catapulted American health care to the forefront of political discussion and as the U.S. election nears, experts say its likely to intensify. CTVNews.ca compares what Donald Trump and Joe Biden have stated so far on health-care reform.
From Trump asking if Canadians burned down the White House in 1812, to Biden calling the United States Canada's "big brother," CTVNews.ca has taken a look at some notable quotes from Biden and Trump about Canada — and our prime minister — over the years.
Trump says Mexico is paying for the wall, health care choice for vets came from him and his tax cut stands as the biggest in history. These are among falsehoods spanning his presidency and he's giving them another go in the campaign's final days.
The facts took a hit right out of the gate at the final presidential debate. Trump's first line of the night about COVID-19 deaths was false and set the tone as he and Democratic rival Joe Biden unleashed a torrent of claims.
Trump said yet again the virus was "rounding the corner" when it isn't, misrepresented Joe Biden's tax proposals and resurrected unfounded claims about Biden and the business dealings of his son in Ukraine.