Hyde-Smith, who faces a black Democratic challenger in a Nov. 27 runoff, was recorded on video praising someone by saying: "If he invited me to a public hanging, I'd be on the front row." Mississippi has a bitter history of…
By David Sharp, Associated Press
The four-way political battle won't conclude until a computer algorithm has the final say this week on whether Republican Rep. Bruce Poliquin wins re-election or is ousted by Democratic state lawmaker Jared Golden. Across the country, voting reform advocates are…
By Hope Yen, Christopher Rugaber, Associated Press
Facing closely contested election races in Florida and Arizona, President Donald Trump is spreading misleading rhetoric regarding voting fraud. Here's a look at his claims the past week.
By PBS NewsHour
On this edition for Saturday, Nov. 10, wildfires rage in northern and southern California, forcing tens of thousands to flee, and the vote count continues across several states where key races are too close to call. Also, a home built…
Although Election Day has passed, races in several states have yet to be finalized--and may not be without legal action. Florida’s Republican governor, Rick Scott, has already filed a lawsuit in a tight Senate race against Democratic incumbent Bill Nelson.
Syndicated columnist Mark Shields and New York Times columnist David Brooks join Amna Nawaz to discuss the results of the 2018 midterm elections, the staff shakeup at the Justice Department and an ‘ugly moment’ between the president and the press.
By Tess Conciatori
At least 88 new House members will join Congress next year. Here are profiles on several freshmen lawmakers headed to Washington, D.C.
By Bob Christie, Nicholas Riccardi, Associated Press
Arizona Republicans and Democrats agreed Friday to give rural voters an extra chance to fix problems with their ballots in the count of the state's tight Senate race, resolving a GOP lawsuit that sought to stop urban voters from using…
By Terry Spencer, Associated Press
The deeply purple state will learn Saturday whether there will be recounts in a bitter and tight U.S. Senate race and the governor's race.
By Sarah Schwartz, Education Week
A former high school history teacher and current district administrator, Hayes, a Democrat, will be the first black woman from her state to serve in Congress.
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