From Morning in America to American Carnage, the sweep of history suggests Donald Trump’s presidency is more culmination than aberration.
- by Nick Bryant
The Postal Service warned it may not meet some states’ mail-in ballot deadlines, as President Trump resists new funding and criticises mail voting.
- by Luke Broadwater and Hailey Fuchs
The US President is expected to visit his brother, Robert, who the White House said was "seriously ill" in hospital.
- by Aamer Madhani and Jill Colvin
In this week's episode of Good Weekend Talks, editor Katrina Strickland is joined by Nick Bryant, author and New York correspondent for the BBC, and Farrah Tomazin, a senior writer with The Age currently covering US politics and news, for a conversation about Donald Trump, American unrest and the upcoming election.
- by Konrad Marshall
The US President has railed against mail-in balloting for months, arguing without evidence that the postal service's enlarged role in the election would perpetuate "one of the greatest frauds in history".
- by Felicia Sonmez and Jacob Bogage
The publisher of a new book by Washington Post Veteran Bob Woodward says the writer obtained 25 personal letters between Donald Trump and Kim Jong-un.
"The case against Donald Trump and Mike Pence is open and shut," Harris said, displaying the skills she honed as a prosecutor.
- by Matthew Knott
The US President has made multiple complaints about how low water flow is impeding his ability to properly wash his hair.
- by Ari Natter
The Democrat vice presidential candidate will play a crucial role in an election where race and gender will be centre stage.
- The Herald's View
The man ran aggressively toward an officer and withdrew an object from his clothing before crouching in a "shooter's stance", the Secret Service said.
- by Carol D. Leonnig and Peter Hermann
The government's over-reliance on gas to drive the economic recovery will lead to negative outcomes for Australia and the planet.