Drop boxes have been used in some states for years, and their use is expanding as more voters cast absentee ballots. But the Trump campaign and some Republicans say they're not secure enough.
The first-term progressive has a well-funded challenger. Also Tuesday there are two runoffs in Georgia with controversial conservative candidates.
Five-term incumbent Alexander Lukashenko is declared the winner. Opposition candidate Svetlana Tikhanovskaya rejects the results.
Live election results: Get the latest on Connecticut's primary races for president and House.
Delegates at the scaled-back RNC later this month in Charlotte, N.C., will have badges equipped with Bluetooth technology so organizers can find out whom people came in contact with if needed.
Rep. Ilhan Omar is facing a primary challenge Tuesday for reelection in her Minneapolis-area district. She's facing questions about whether she's more interested in her district or personal fame.
With concerns about in-person voting or relying on mail-in voting, more election offices are providing secure drop boxes to submit absentee ballots. But the Trump campaign is suing to limit their use.
An NPR/Marist focus group of Phoenix-area voters weighs in on President Trump's campaign messages, and his handling of the pandemic and race relations.
President Trump may not be able to postpone the U.S. election, but Bolivia's unelected interim government has done it twice, sending supporters of ousted President Evo Morales into the streets.
There are a lot of contrasts between Joe Biden's impending pick and past elections when women were vice presidential candidates. One that's easy to overlook: Biden is ahead in the polls.
In Texas, COVID-19 positive voters can be put in the position of choosing between their right to vote and the public's health.
The federal agency that naturalizes U.S. citizens is dealing with budget cuts, backlogs, and possible furloughs. People who won't become citizens before November won't be able to vote.
Duval County in northeast Florida hasn't voted for a Democratic presidential candidate since Jimmy Carter in 1976, but this year might be different.
With Joe Biden leading in the polls, Democrats are haunted by the ghosts of 2016 when Hillary Clinton led, too. But there are a few key factors that make this year's election different.
One challenge for which election officials still don't have a great answer is this: how to handle voters who test positive for COVID-19 after the deadline for absentee ballots has passed.