The presidential debates between Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump are a high-stakes event for both candidates. How they turn out could depend to a large degree on one thing.
The OSCE will sharply increase the number of international observers to monitor the US elections. The move reflects voting law changes, concerns about the reliability of electronic voting and the conduct of the campaign.
The daily deluge of new polls about the US presidential election can be confusing rather than informative. So DW asked two experts to weigh in. And guess what - both offered the same easy-to-apply solution.
With its ethnic diversity, the Garden State played a crucial role in securing Hillary Clinton’s nomination. But what do New Jerseyans love about her? Helena Kaschel found some answers.
A German government minister has criticized Donald Trump for his remarks on Chancellor Angela Merkel's refugee policy. Trump had wrongly claimed there had been an increase in crime since the onset of the migrant crisis.
Donald Trump's erratic campaign has Republicans running for Congress wringing their hands. But with three months and possibly many more unpredictable Trump outbursts to go, they are caught between a rock and hard place.
During the presidential campaign, DW is asking its audience what kind of America they want for the future. It's a question of global importance, because what happens in the US has an impact far beyond its borders.
Najma from Zanzibar can't support any of the current candidates in the 2016 US presidential election.
Oleg Sirota want the US to return to "traditional values" and Donald Trump to become its next president.
Shan Jefan, from Mombasa, Kenya, wants to see Hillary Clinton become the next president of the US.
Yusuf Moses, a journalism student in Dar Es Salaam, doesn't want Donald Trump to become president.
Ivonne Makena wants an America that has a lady as president.
Katie Myers, from Washington, wants America to be like it was in the 1960s, when everyone felt safe.
Gary Bigford, from California, wants the USA to "go back to the way it used to be: Great and proud."
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