Election law expert says that President Donald Trump’s effort to change election results “does not have any chance of being successful.”
Election law expert says that President Donald Trump’s effort to change election results “does not have any chance of being successful.”read more
WASHINGTON -- During a Tuesday morning press conference, Mayor Muriel Bowser (D) addressed concerns that far-right white supremacist group, the Proud Boys, would be gathering in Washington Saturday to protest Donald Trump’s election loss. According to social media...
WASHINGTON -- During a Tuesday morning press conference, Mayor Muriel Bowser (D) addressed concerns that far-right white supremacist group, the Proud Boys, would be gathering in Washington Saturday to protest Donald Trump’s election loss. According to social media...read more
Kamala Harris is set to become the first woman vice president in U.S. history. Her win was widely celebrated in downtown Washington on Saturday.
Kamala Harris is set to become the first woman vice president in U.S. history. Her win was widely celebrated in downtown Washington on Saturday.read more
Americans of all ages gathered in Black Lives Matter Plaza in front of the White House immediately following the announcement, cracking open bottles of champagne, dancing to music, excited to share the moment.read more
Washingtonians hit the streets to celebrate Joe Biden’s presidential election win, but for some, the feelings of victory were more complicated. Black Lives Matter protesters have been marching in Washington since learning of Ahmaud Arbery’s death in February. Arbery was killed by two armed white men in South Georgia, and his murder helped reignite a national conversation around racism.read more
“I’m happy to have the first woman in the White House as the vice president, even more excited that it’s an African American woman as I’m Black myself so I wanted to come out and show my support for this moment,” Megan Thomas, a Washington resident, said.read more
Celebrations erupted around Washington on Saturday as Joe Biden was projected to win the presidency.
Young Latinos in New York celebrate Joe Biden’s presidential victory.
President-elect Joe Biden offered a promise for unity and healing in Saturday after securing the presidential election, and Vice President-elect Kamala Harris said “this is a country of possibilities” as she became the first Black and first woman to win the vice presidency.
Although House Democrats lost seats but maintained their majority in the election House Speaker Nancy Pelosi said she will run again to be House speaker, expected Joe Biden to become president and criticized President Donald Trump for “trying to destroy the credibility of our elections.”
In a state famous for its close election results, Tuesday’s presidential vote in Florida wasn’t all that competitive. Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden was dealt with handily by Republicans who successfully mobilized hundreds of thousands of conservative voters and electrified the Hispanic vote behind a false Biden socialist narrative.
The presidential election remains too close to call on Thursday as several key states are still counting mail in ballots.
Protesters who believe Donald Trump won the election gathered at the Republican National Committee headquarters Thursday to demand Republican leaders “stop the steal” of the presidency from Trump, alleging Democrats are finding fake ballots or throwing them out until Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden has enough votes to win.
Despite confirmed threats from foreign countries as well as worries about other threats to election security, security checks put in place by federal agencies seem to have worked, federal cybersecurity officials say.
WASHINGTON – Predictions based on survey results that Hillary Clinton would win the 2016 presidential election spurred widespread distrust in the polling industry. Pollsters adapted to learn from their mistakes, but several state-level prediction faults in this year’s...