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MADRID (Reuters) - La Liga's only unbeaten side, Atletico Madrid will have their title aspirations put to the test this weekend when they host Barcelona.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - As the battle for control of the U.S. Senate intensified in Georgia, Democratic candidate Jon Ossoff on Tuesday suggested an ally of President Donald Trump may have committed a crime in approaching the top state election official about vote counting.
(Reuters) - The Wisconsin Elections Commission said on Monday that a statewide vote recount would cost an estimated $7.9 million, money that President Donald Trump's campaign would have to pay in advance should it request one.
The comments marked the second time this week that a senior administration official has falsely projected four more years for TrumpDenial of loss comes as some media outlets call Georgia for Joe Biden, pushing him ahead in electoral votes, 306 to 232
WILMINGTON, Del. (Reuters) - U.S. President Donald Trump's campaign sued Michigan and Pennsylvania this week to prevent them from certifying Democratic challenger Joe Biden as the winner of the two states in the Nov. 3 presidential election.
(Reuters) - Pennsylvania's Commonwealth Court on Thursday barred county election officials from counting mail-in and absentee ballots in which voters provided missing information after Nov. 9.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - President Donald Trump's campaign said on Tuesday it would file a lawsuit to stop the battleground state of Michigan from certifying its election results, as congressional Democrats said a witness who had raised accusations of ballot tampering in Pennsylvania recanted his allegations.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - U.S. President Donald Trump hopes a recount of votes will help keep President-elect Joe Biden out of the White House, but as common as recounts may be, especially for state and local candidates, only three in the last two decades have changed the result and none for a presidential election.
WILMINGTON, Del./WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Democrat Joe Biden began preparing on Sunday to deal with the coronavirus and other problems that will confront him as president of a divided America, while President Donald Trump planned campaign-style rallies to contest the election.