The results represent a major shift in the Latin American country's presidential politics that conservatives and moderates had long dominated.
Polls opened across France Sunday for the first round of the country's election, where up to 48 million voters will be choosing between 12 candidates, including President Emmanuel Macron.
Three major candidates emerge to compete in the country's May presidential election.
Supporters of President Trump, echoing his false claims that the election was stolen, breached the U.S. Capitol in an unprecedented attack. Amid the assault, a woman was killed.
Nonvoters are disengaged and don't believe politics can make a difference in their lives. They are also more likely to be Latino, younger, make less money and have lower levels of education.
The Supreme Court of Georgia dismissed an appeal filed by President Trump seeking to have the court overturn his defeat before the Electoral College meets Monday.
The decision by the conservative-controlled court on Friday means Trump's case will skip over the Wisconsin Court of Appeals as the president pursues his quest to invalidate more than 221,000 ballots.
He may be a lame duck, but defying President Trump still comes at a price. On Georgia Today, political reporter Greg Bluestein of The Atlanta Journal-Constitution speaks on the acrimony between Trump and the man he assumed would always be in his corner, Gov. Brian Kemp.
For the second week in a row, Georgia Republican lawmakers have invited the Trump campaign and other right-wing witnesses to spread baseless conspiracies and claims of voting fraud under the guise of improving elections in the state.
Thursday on Political Rewind: Attempts to overturn November election results continue despite repeated setbacks and an absence of credible evidence.
On this episode of Battleground: Ballot Box, Georgia's secretary of state discusses his fight against voting misinformation in the weeks since the presidential election.
More than a week after the presidential election, Georgia is headed for an election audit including a hand recount prompted in part by allegations of election fraud — despite no evidence. How did we get here? On Georgia Today, Clayton Crescent founder Robin Kemp shares what she saw in the days after the election as the votes that put Joe Biden over the top in Georgia were counted.
People rushed to balconies in Midtown Atlanta and unleashed a chorus of cheers upon news of Democrat Joe Biden’s presidential victory. Atlantans driving cars through historic Sweet Auburn near the home of Martin Luther King Jr. honked horns, waved American flags and shouted in jubilation.
On the second day after polls closed in Georgia, less than 5% of the state's record 1.3 million absentee-by-mail votes cast in the election still needed to be processed and tabulated, with President Trump's slim lead growing tighter by the hour.
The path to victory in Georgia looks to be a narrow one as counties continue to process a few hundred thousand absentee ballots in a tight race for the White House and U.S. Senate.