2020 Us Election
Trump is attempting to convince legislatures in battleground states he lost to Joe Biden to ignore the will of voters and grant him state electors instead.
Trump's lawyers are seeking to take the power of appointing electors away from the governors and secretaries of state and give it to friendly state lawmakers from his party.
As Trump has refused to concede to Biden and continues to spread false claims of victory, the mundane process of certifying votes is taking on new significance.
The move comes after the Trump campaign faced a series of legal setbacks Friday in Pennsylvania, Arizona and Michigan.
Voting rights activists say hundreds of people on a list of Nevada voters who "improperly" cast ballots appear to be linked to the U.S. military.
The Republicans willing to break publicly with Trump's unprecedented effort to undermine the election remain an extremely small minority.
The group of Department of Homeland Security officials said the November election was "the most secure in American history."
Both sides are playing to core supporters, the most reliable voters among the 5 million who split their ballots roughly evenly between the two parties in the first round.
In court, Trump's lawyers must walk a precarious line between advocating for their client and upholding their professional oath.
Trump's appearance Wednesday at the annual Veterans Day commemoration at Arlington National Cemetery was his first public outing for official business in more than a week.
Ron Klain served as U.S. President Barack Obama's "Ebola Czar," and has used that experience to counsel the new president-elect on the coronavirus.
The discovery is the latest misstep for a commission that botched the island's primaries in August so badly that a second round of voting was held.
The Republican leader's remarks, his first public comments since Joe Biden was declared the winner of the presidential election, show how reluctant Trump's allies on Capitol Hill have been to defy the president.
The 56-year-old California senator, also the first person of South Asian descent elected to the vice presidency, represents the multiculturalism that defines America but is largely absent from Washington's power centres.
California Senator Kamala Harris is set to become the first female vice president in American history, according to projections from the Associated Press.
The texts telling people to rally in Philadelphia were sent using phone numbers leased to the text-messaging platform Opn Sesame, owned by the Trump campaign's digital director.
It's not clear what legal issues might cause the justices to step in, while Chief Justice John Roberts is not likely to want the election to come down to the high court.
So far, the big reveal in the contest between President Donald Trump and former Vice President Joe Biden is the extent of the cavernous divide between Republican and Democratic America, one that defines the nation, no matter which candidate ultima...
Facebook banned a large group called ``Stop the Steal'' that Trump supporters were using to organize protests against the vote count.
Top Republicans like Mitch McConnell, Lindsey Graham and Kevin McCarthy have not yet spoken publicly on Trump's press conference.
The posts on Twitter, Facebook and other sites are imposing a real-time test of Silicon Valley's much-touted rules on handling election misinformation and premature claims of victory.
Protests against President Donald Trump have broken out in several cities, while pro-Trump crowds have targeted polling centres in Detroit and Phoenix.
The Trump campaign is also requesting a recount in Wisconsin, while the U.S. Postal Service is embroiled in its own legal battle.
Canadian business leaders and political analysts say the morning after election day in the United States brings more political and economic uncertainty for Canada.
Here's what's expected to happen in the days to come, and how Donald Trump and Joe Biden are expected to respond.