Some Clinton Supporters Angered By Trump's TriumphDonald Trump will be the next president of the United States. For some people, the news isn't sitting well.
Hillary Clinton Campaigns In Pittsburgh Just Days Before ElectionWith just a few days to go before election day, the race is tight.
Bill Clinton Heading To Pennsylvania To Stump For His WifeFormer President Bill Clinton is heading to Pennsylvania to stump for his wife, presidential candidate Hillary Clinton.
Vice President Visits Pittsburgh To Campaign For Clinton & McGintyThey lined up at Chatham University at least five hours early on a very crisp fall day.
Trump Refuses To Say He Will Accept Election Results During Final DebateThreatening to upend a basic pillar of American democracy, Donald Trump refused Wednesday night to say he would accept the results of the November election if he loses to Hillary Clinton. The Democratic nominee declared Trump's resistance "horrifying."
Vice President To Campaign For Hillary Clinton In PittsburghVice President Joe Biden is set to visit the Pittsburgh area next week to campaign for Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton.
Clinton, Kaine Announce Another Pittsburgh Campaign StopDemocratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton is making another campaign stop in Pittsburgh ahead of Election Day.
Nearly 100,000 Pennsylvania Voters Switch From Democrat To RepublicanThe Pennsylvania Republican party says more than 240-thousand new voters have joined the party since last November.
Kaine Praises Pittsburgh, Takes On Trump During Visit To CMUAt least 300 supporters warmly greeted Democratic vice presidential nominee Tim Kaine to the campus of Carnegie Mellon University.
Kaine Attacks, Pence Fights Back In VP DebateTim Kaine and Mike Pence, who have received little attention in a race focused on the top two candidates, faced off for 90 minutes in the only vice presidential debate of the campaign.
AP Fact Check: Trump, Clinton Deny Their Own Words In DebateBoth Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton denied making statements that they are on the record as saying during the first presidential debate.
Clinton, Trump Battle Fiercely Over Taxes, Race, TerrorLocked in an exceedingly close White House race, presidential rivals Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump tangled for 90-minutes over their vastly different visions for the nation's future.