A possible cyberattack on The Philadelphia Inquirer disrupted the newspaper’s print operation over the weekend and prompted it to close its newsroom through at least Tuesday, when its staff will be covering an expensive and fiercely contested mayoral primary. Sunday’s newspaper was only available digitally as an e-edition. However, Sunday’s
Vice President Mike Pence announced just after 3:40 a.m. Thursday that President-elect Joe Biden had won the presidency after Congress completed the counting of the Electoral College votes. A protest became a violence riot at the Capitol Building, objecting to the election results. Lawmakers were escorted from the House and
The Voter Protection Corps announced Friday that, working in partnership with Carnegie Mellon University, they have released the most comprehensive data to date outlining the risk factor of 745 counties in eight states for poll worker shortages. The update identifies 485 counties across eight battleground states that are at high
VoteSafe and RESOLVE, two nonpartisan organizations committed to ensuring safe and secure elections for the American people, have come together to announce an initiative to support safe, in-person voting. The organizations are parting together to secure personal protective equipment (PPE) to election officials, poll workers, volunteers, and voters for the upcoming U.S.