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By Lisa Mascaro, Mary Clare Jalonick, Associated Press
President Donald Trump’s extraordinary refusal to accept his election defeat and the effort to subvert the will of the voters has become a defining moment for Republicans and is tearing the party apart. Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell has urged…
By PBS NewsHour
With President Trump holding a rally in southern Georgia and celebrities hosting fundraisers and endorsing candidates, millions of dollars are being spent on the runoff election in Georgia, which will decide which party will control the Senate. Rickey Bevington, Senior…
By Courtney Norris
The consensus among top election officials was that the Nov. 3 election was the most secure in history. But the president disagreed.
By Marcelo Silva de Sousa, Associated Press
Brazil's President Jair Bolsonaro has suffered a setback as most of the dozens of candidates he backed for municipal elections failed to secure victories or spots in runoffs.
By Christopher Booker, Connie Kargbo
African-Americans took centerstage on Saturday night as President-elect Joe Biden thanked them for always “having [his] back” and propelling him to victory. NewsHour Weekend’s Christopher Booker reports from Philadelphia, a city whose Black voters helped Biden carry the state of…
Shortly after the Associated Press and other TV networks call Pennsylvania and the entire race for Joe Biden, President Trump’s lawyers lay out their plans for a long legal fight over the results. NewsHour’s Dan Bush joins from Philadelphia to…
By Ali Swenson, Associated Press
It turns out he was, indeed, in Minnesota. The video that was shared had been altered to change the text on a sign and the podium to refer to Tampa, Florida, instead of Minnesota.
As tens of millions of Americans and people around the world tune in on Election Day to watch the most expensive and extensive American election in recent memory, early clues can indicate which way the election is headed -- even…
By Brian Slodysko, Associated Press
But due to election law quirks in the states of Georgia and Louisiana, where a total of three seats are up for grabs, it is possible that the fate of the current 53-47 Republican majority will remain unknown for weeks…
By Zachary Green
In 2018, Missouri voters passed the “Clean Missouri” amendment, which took redistricting out of the hands of politically appointed commissioners and gave it to a single nonpartisan demographer. But this year Missouri’s legislature added a new option on the ballot…
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