Republicans on the Wayne County Board of Canvassers only wanted to certify votes from the white suburbs of mostly Black Detroit, but reversed under pressure.
Since the 2000 election, hyper-competitive elections and archaic constitutional provisions have produced a series of escalating political crises.
David Perdue and Kelly Loeffler called for the resignation of Georgia’s Trump-endorsed secretary of state as they face runoffs that will decide Senate control.
Michigan, Wisconsin and Pennsylvania didn’t start tallying mailed ballots until election night — only for political reasons.
Republican appointees Samuel Alito, Neil Gorsuch and Clarence Thomas are willing to throw out some ballots after the election.
The Trump appointee affirms Trump’s suspicions about late-counted ballots and lays out his desire to block state courts from expanding voting rights.
“They won’t be able to do much about this for a long time to come," Mitch McConnell said about Amy Coney Barrett's confirmation.
The Supreme Court's 4-4 tie leaving in place an expansion of voting rights is also an ominous sign for future attacks on those rights.
Recent GOP governors in Kentucky and North Carolina tried -- and failed -- to overturn their defeats with false claims.
A proposal for a Republican-run committee to investigate the election could be the first step to handing the state's electors to Trump.
Trump's tax returns highlight just how much he needs to stay in office to avoid possible prosecution and mountains of debt.
Fewer than 40 days are left in the election, but Democrats, Republicans and voting rights advocates are still fighting over election rules in the courts.
“I think this will end up in the Supreme Court, and I think it’s very important to have nine justices,” Trump said of his plans to challenge the election results.