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WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Donald Trump's campaign has begun selling "Fill That Seat" t-shirts while his Republican Party talks up the U.S. president's record of picking "rule of law" jurists.
A group of leading cybersecurity experts told a court in the United States that absentee ballot applications can be safely transmitted using email, countering the secretary of state's assertions that the practice would open up voting in the presidential battleground to outside interference.
LONDON/BANGKOK/BUENOS AIRES (Reuters) - By fax, courier or mail, U.S. voters abroad are going to new lengths to ensure their ballots are counted, with the bitterest election in memory taking place amid a global pandemic, postal disruptions and the incumbent railing against mail-in votes.
CHARLOTTE, N.C. (Reuters) - Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden on Wednesday said Black turnout was the linchpin to his hopes of winning the White House in November and reversing economic and social inequities that have held back African-Americans.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - U.S. President Donald Trump declined on Wednesday to commit to a peaceful transfer of power if he loses the Nov. 3 election to Democratic rival Joe Biden and said he expected the election battle to end up before the Supreme Court.
(Reuters) - The Nov. 3 contest between President Donald Trump and Democratic challenger Joe Biden has generated an unprecedented wave of election-related litigation, as both sides seek to shape the rules governing how votes are tallied in key states.
BIG changes are afoot in Indian agriculture, driven by Prime Minister Narendra Modi, at considerable political risk. Freeing up farming markets may be as significant as dismantling industrial licences in 1991.
BOSTON (Reuters) - A recent Pennsylvania court decision over the use of envelopes used to hide the identity of mail-in voters could have major ramifications for the Nov. 3 election between Republican President Donald Trump and his Democratic challenger Joe Biden.
(Reuters) - As Republican President Donald Trump assails the use of mail-in voting, a Pennsylvania court decision over the use of envelopes for hiding the identity of mail-in voters could have major ramifications for the Nov. 3 election between Trump and his Democratic challenger Joe Biden.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - President Donald Trump's re-election campaign on Thursday rejected calls for new rules to govern the next two debates between him and Democratic challenger Joe Biden but said the president planned on participating in the events.