The flurry of last-minute legal action comes as more than 5 million people have already cast ballots, causing some confusion over what voters have to do to ensure that their votes count.
There’s evidence that certain vaccines boost the body’s defense against many kinds of illness. Scientists are investigating whether this benefit extends to protection from COVID-19.
The Milwaukee County district attorney said Wauwatosa Police Officer Joseph Mensah acted in self-defense by shooting 17-year-old Alvin Cole after Cole discharged a pistol and refused to surrender it.
The BBC watched the stand-off between Harris and Pence with four US voters. What did they make of it?
The showdown also sees heated exchanges between the running mates over race, the Supreme Court and China.
Wonder Woman director Patty Jenkins gives a stark warning about the film industry as more movies are delayed.
In a video released on Twitter, the president said, “I want everybody to be given the same treatment as your president,” though there are still questions about safety and effectiveness of the drugs.
A federal judge has ordered Twitter to reveal the identity of an anonymous user who allegedly forged an FBI document to spread a conspiracy theory about the killing of DNC staffer Seth Rich in 2016.
The social network announced new measures to prevent misinformation, threats and confusion surrounding the election, but said it would let Donald Trump Jr’s call for an ‘army of poll watchers’ stand.
Large-scale safety and efficacy trials of experimental vaccines in tens of thousands of volunteers are underway. Answers about the trials are likely to come late this year.