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WASHINGTON (Reuters) - One of two Republican U.S. senators who had opposed the pre-election confirmation of President Donald Trump's Supreme Court nominee, Amy Coney Barrett, said on Saturday she would nevertheless vote to confirm Barrett.
(Reuters) - A Texas appeals court on Friday ruled the Republican governor cannot limit drop-off sites for mail ballots to one per county, a setback for U.S. President Donald Trump.
(Reuters) - Pennsylvania's Supreme Court ruled on Friday that mail-in ballots cannot be refused because a voter's signature does not appear to match the one on file, a decision that could help Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden.
IMAGINE a beautiful beach where families are gathered on a clear day with blue skies. Different families are building sandcastles, whilst some are playing on the beach. No one is watching that a tsunami of different waves is approaching the shore.
(Reuters) - The combination of the coronavirus pandemic and President Donald Trump's accusations of mass voter fraud by Democrats has legal experts warning of the possibility of a contested presidential election. [nL1N2HD1YN]
(Reuters) - President Donald Trump has claimed without evidence that unprecedented numbers of mail-in ballots will lead to widespread fraud by Democrats in the November presidential election. The president has also repeatedly refused to commit to a peaceful transfer of power if the vote count indicates he has lost to Democratic challenger Joe Biden.
PHILADELPHIA (Reuters) - Here in the birthplace of American democracy, election officials are scrambling to prepare for a presidential vote they fear could plunge the nation into a historic political crisis.
MANILA, Oct 23 (Xinhua): The total number of confirmed Covid-19 cases has climbed to 365,799, after the country's Department of Health (DOH) reported 1,923 new cases on Friday, the fourth straight day with less than 2,000 daily infections.
Uber Technologies Inc and Lyft Inc face the gravest threat yet to their business models after an appeals court ruled they must treat their drivers in California as employees instead of independent contractors.
NASHVILLE, Oct 23 (Reuters): US President Donald Trump and Democratic challenger Joe Biden offered sharply contrasting views on the still-raging coronavirus pandemic at Thursday's final presidential debate, seeking to persuade the few remaining undecided voters 12 days before the Nov. 3 election.