Pat Toomey

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US president Donald Trump says he is doing ‘very well’ with China. Photograph: Chris Kleponis/EPA

US president Donald Trump has said he will extend a deadline to escalate tariffs on Chinese imports, citing “substantial progress” in weekend talks be(...)

Capitol Building at night. Photograph: Brian Keith Lorraine/Getty Images

Senator John McCain has survived one of the most bruising election seasons of his long political career, fending off a challenge from his Democratic r(...)

Senator  Elizabeth Warren (left), New Hampshire governor Maggie Hassan and democratic presidential nominee  Hillary Clinton greet supporters during a campaign rally at Saint Anselm College this week   in Manchester, New Hampshire. Photograph: Justin Sullivan/Getty Images

On a brisk New Hampshire morning, Marc Tetrenault walks with friends on the campus of leafy St Anselm College in Manchester as Hillary Clinton’s play(...)

 Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton attending a campaign event at Penn Park in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, on Saturday, with her running mate Tim Kaine. Photograph:  Robyn Beck/AFP/ Getty Images

Among the yellowing and browning leaves along the roads of Bucks County, Pennsylvania, there are more Trump than Clinton signs, but you will not find (...)

Omar Mateen carried out an attack on a gay nightclub in Orlando in the early hours of Sunday, killing 49 people. File photograph: Myspace/AP

US investigators have questioned the wife of the gunman who killed 49 people at a gay nightclub in Orlando, the FBI said on Wednesday, and a law enfor(...)

The San Bernadino gunman Syed Rizwan Farook pictured in his Californian  driver’s licence.  The shooting  rampage by Farook and his wife  Tashfeen Malik   left 14 dead. Photograph: California Department of Motor Vehicles/Handout/Reuters

It happens all too often and the response – and lack of any follow-up action to prevent it happening again – is all too familiar. It is easy to list o(...)

U.S. Senator Dianne Feinstein  speaks to reporters outside the Senate Chamber in Washington.

Enough Republican senators ceded to mounting political and public pressure to pave the way for a debate on the first major piece of gun-control (...)