One county revealed that it had allowed some hurricane-displaced voters to cast their ballots by email — a violation of state law.
By Bill Barrow, Kate Brumback, Associated Press
A federal judge has ordered Georgia take steps to ensure provisional ballots aren't improperly rejected and to wait until Friday to certify the results of the midterm elections that include an unsettled race for governor.
By Associated Press
Sinema becomes Arizona's first Democratic U.S. senator since 1994, cementing Arizona as a swing state after years of Republican dominance.
By Lisa Mascaro, Associated Press
Republicans will try to deliver on President Trump's promise to fund the border wall, which could spark a partial federal government shutdown in weeks.
Monday in our News Wrap, President Trump claimed that “an honest vote count is no longer possible” in Florida’s races for governor and Senate. He provided no evidence to justify his opinion. Also, Israeli air raids in Gaza killed at…
Among the record number of women elected to Congress last week is former CIA case officer Abigail Spanberger, who defeated two-term Republican Rep. Dave Brat in Virginia's 7th District. Rep.-elect Spanberger will become the first woman ever to represent the…
The initial despondency of Democrats on election night receded once the full scope of their House victory became clear -- although disappointments remained. In Politics Monday, NPR’s Tamara Keith and Stuart Rothenberg of Inside Elections join John Yang to discuss…
By Adam Beam, Carolyn Thompson, Associated Press
For educators who ran for office in states including Kentucky, Arizona and West Virginia that saw teachers converge on capitols this year, there were some successes but also disappointments. Still, advocates say, the movement will have lasting effects after pushing…
By Terry Spencer, Associated Press
"We need to be careful of what we say. Words mean things these days," the judge told lawyers representing the warring sides in the Florida recount…
By Rachel Parsons, University of Southern California
A historic shift took place in San Juan County, Utah, on Tuesday, when more than 100 years of control by white conservatives on the county commission came to an end.
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