The draft report shows that Biden received 99 more votes than was reported in November, while Trump received 261 fewer votes than the county reported.
This morning's headlines: CDC director expands boosters to high-risk workers; Haitian migrant camp shrinks; Bad Bunny wins big at Latin Music awards.
Associated Press photographers have documented scenes of daily life in Haiti over the past four months. Here is a collection of their images:
Weekly infection rates among U.S. children earlier this month topped 250,000, surpassing the wintertime peak.
A Q&A with "Jeopardy!" guest host Mayim Bialik.
A monument honoring the abolition of slavery was dedicated in Richmond, Virginia, just two miles from where a hulking statue of Confederate Gen. Robert E. Lee once prominently stood.
The Biden administration's special envoy to Haiti has resigned, protesting "inhumane" large-scale expulsions of Haitian migrants to their homeland.
After officials found the remains of 22-year-old Gabby Petito, people on social media started drawing attention to Robinson’s disappearance.
A monument honoring the abolition of slavery was dedicated on Wednesday in Richmond, Virginia, just two miles from where a hulking statue of C…
Inside the search for Brian Laundrie; the FDA's approval of Pfizer booster; and Britney Spears' latest court filing. Here are your morning's top headlines.
Tyler Christman, a freshman at Carthage High School in northern New York, was injured during a junior varsity game on Saturday. He died Tuesday.
In a series of videos on TikTok, one woman said she and her boyfriend gave Laundrie a ride on Aug. 29 in Wyoming.
Willie Garson, who played Stanford Blatch, Carrie Bradshaw's friend on TV's "Sex and the City" and its movie sequels, has died.
Her fiance, Austin Eskew, said in an interview with NBC News the couple was unvaccinated due to infertility fears she had with the shot.
Officials say thousands of Haitian migrants are being released in the U.S.; Trump sues niece, N.Y. Times over tax story; and Biden doubles vaccine purchase. Get today's latest.
Pope Francis has acknowledged his increasingly vocal conservative critics, saying their "nasty comments" were the work of the devil.