The Electoral College meets Monday to formally elect Biden as the next president.
By Nomaan Merchant, Alanna Durkin Richer, Associated Press
As millions head to cast ballots, here’s when polls close across the country.
By News Desk
President Donald Trump and Democrat Joe Biden are calibrating how to address some of the same questions that roiled American cities — and the presidential campaign — earlier this year as they negotiate the 2020 end game.
By Claudia Lauer, Aamer Madhani, Robert Bumsted, Associated Press
Dozens of attorneys for the Democrats and the Republicans are already clashing in courts across the U.S. over mailed-in ballot deadlines and other issues brought on by the coronavirus pandemic.
By Alanna Durkin Richer, Eric Tucker, Associated Press
By Carlos Valdez, Associated Press
There have been a disputed election, deadly riots and the toppling of Bolivia's first Indigenous president in what his backers considered a coup.
By Daria Litvinova, Associated Press
The country of 6.5 million people plunged into turmoil after the Oct. 4 election, which the opposition said was fraudulent.
By Julie Pace, Hannah Fingerhut, Associated Press
The survey shows that roughly 7 in 10 Americans think the nation is on the wrong track. And as the nation nears 200,000 deaths from the pandemic, just 39% approve of Trump's handling of the health crisis.
By Bob Christie, Associated Press
The Republican also said that mail-in ballots impinge on the historic American tradition of the secret ballot, an attack refuted by states that allow widespread mail-in voting.
By Bryan Anderson, Nicholas Riccardi, Associated Press
Mail voting has started in the presidential election as North Carolina begins to send out about 600,000 ballots to voters who have requested them. Those voters are overwhelmingly Democrats and independents.
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