Mr Sanders’ campaign said he will compete in Washington DC on 14 June
Reports say the president will become tenant of Joe Lockhart, a former Clinton spokesman
Washington is already said to be buzzing as people try and guess the indentity of the author
Officials say that the leak has been contained.
On Monday, the area was placed on lockdown after an armed man was shot and arrested at a visitors centre
The US is on high alert after a series of terror incidents overseas
'Choose, United States. Whether the country called United States continues to exist in this planet depends on your choice'
He asked the woman to come up on the stage and offered her a job after she said she was a 9/11 survivor
Nothing is as it seems here, says James Cusick – even a fast food joint has its story
The annual event saw more than 200 revellers taking part this year
More than 85 million people in at least 20 states are in the path of the worsening storm
Council on American-Islamic Relations spokesman says email should be considered a hate crime
'We were harassed and assaulted because someone felt uncomfortable around us'
Megastars and miscues at the first-annual festival benefitting America's front yard
The leader of the Catholic Church is expected to have lunch with around 300 homeless people tomorrow
Pope Francis arrived in the US after visiting Cuba