Brace yourself: Why it may take weeks to settle the 2020 election
Election Day is almost upon us, but Election Night just might stretch on for weeks - making the 2000 count look like a stroll in the park. That year's result turned on just one...
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Column: Where were you on election night 2016? We all remember. And it makes a lot of us anxious
Election night 2020 is near. We carry the memory of four years ago into the present, a memory that leaves us anxious, cautious, wise enough not to predict or assume.
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Butler County election officials pressing through the weekend to process mail-in ballots
Scanning has started already, with more than 20,000 ballots return to the election office.
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At Least 6 GOP Congressional Candidates Refuse Public Debates in Final Weeks Before Election
Though the explanations for their refusals have been varied, several candidates are in tight races that will determine future control of the Senate.
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Early voting brings one million Black voters to Georgia polls
ATLANTA - As Georgia wrapped up weeks of early voting on Friday for the Nov. 3 election, Black voter turnout had far surpassed the level seen at the same time in 2016.
12 minutes ago - National Post
Joe Biden Returns To Minnesota In Final Days Of Presidential Campaign
MINNEAPOLIS - In the Twin Cities, a group of Trump supporters gathered outside the State Fairgrounds protesting a campaign stop by Joe Biden. Biden supporters stood their...
20 minutes ago - CBS
Trump's split with health advisers on virus fuels speculation of shake-up
Trump's split with health advisers invites speculation of federal shake-up after the election if he wins.
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Principled win in divided times: New York's election of Sen. Jim Buckley was key in America's Reagan-era rebirth
Fifty years ago, the nation's political atmosphere was as charged as it is today. Protests turned to violence. Financially insecure working-class folks felt threatened by...
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Minnesota opts against asking Supreme Court to block mail-in ballots ruling
WASHINGTON - Minnesota officials decided on Friday not to seek emergency intervention from the conservative-majority Supreme Court over an appeals ruling that questioned the...
30 minutes ago - National Post
Election season unlike any other nears finish line
The final weekend of an election season unlike any other in Illinois
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Judge Orders Extradition of Kyle Rittenhouse, Teen Charged in Fatal Shooting...
An Illinois judge on Friday ordered the extradition of a 17-year-old accused in the fatal shooting of two demonstrators in Kenosha, Wisconsin . The ruling in Kyle Rittenhouse's...
Florida wildlife officials captured a 10-foot-long python that had found its...
Yikes! People opened the Mustang's hood to investigate a check engine light.
Study: 1 to 2 million tons of US plastic trash go astray
It's the equivalent of as many as 1,300 plastic grocery bags per person.
State leaders facing 2nd wave resist steps to curb virus
The new surge, despite being more widespread, has yielded a decidedly more limited response than in the spring and summer.
Lori Loughlin arrives at federal prison to begin sentence in college...
The "Full House" actress turned herself in Friday morning at a Northern California prison to begin her two-month sentence.
For 2nd time, study testing COVID-19 antibody drug has setback
The study has been paused to investigate a possible safety issue in hospitalized patients.
Paul Rudd hands out cookies to voters waiting in the rain to cast their ballots
As people lined up in the rain, waiting to cast their vote, Paul Rudd waited with them, handing out cookies as voters left the polls.
On coronavirus, President Trump and health advisers go their separate ways
A multistate coronavirus surge in the countdown to Election Day has exposed a clear split between President Donald Trump's embrace of a return to normalcy and urgent public...
Strong Aegean Sea earthquake topples buildings in Turkey
A strong earthquake in the Aegean Sea has shaken Turkey and Greece. Turkey's interior minister reports that six buildings in western Izmir province were destroyed.
McDonald's is finally bringing back the McRib
For the first time in nearly a decade, McDonald's is making the fan-favorite sandwich available at all of its U.S. restaurants.