From Wisconsin to North Carolina, the latest surge of the coronavirus is spiraling, especially in battleground states.
U.S. authorities improperly expelled Central American children in violation of international agreements. Families scrambled to learn how they had ended up back across the border.
Many election experts feared a tide of rejected mail ballots. So far, the rate of rejections appears to be lower than in years past.
The policy created a wealth test that would disqualify immigrants for green cards if they were deemed likely to use public benefits.
The state is known for its vote counting. But this time, it might make news for how quickly it counts.
Building on a 2018 effort, Cyber Command sent teams to Europe, the Middle East and Asia to learn more about how adversaries could threaten the election this year.
The pandemic has made the U.S. election one of the most chaotic, irregular and unsettling in recent memory.
The father of one of the men who died in the shooting said Mr. Rittenhouse was a flight risk, and “thinks he’s above the law.”