Glass Ceilings Were Broken Across The Country This Election
The U.S. Senate now includes the most women of color ever.
A woman may have not shattered the ultimate glass ceiling this Election Day, but women still made history.
Ilhan Omar is the first Somali-American legislator. The former refugee will serve in Minnesota's House.
Kamala Harris is the first Indian-American U.S. senator. She'll represent California.
Kate Brown is the first openly bisexual governor to be elected. She will serve in Oregon.
Catherine Cortez Masto is the first Latina to be elected to the U.S. Senate. She'll be representing Nevada after replacing the Senate minority leader there.
Tammy Duckworth is the first Thai-American U.S. senator. She's an Iraq War veteran who will represent Illinois.
Georgia election probe report on Trump to remain secret for now
The judge said he would further reflect on the parties' arguments and would reach out with any questions before making a final decision.By John Bazemore / AP
Ranked choice voting system continues to grow in popularity
With ranked choice voting, you get to rank your favorite candidates from first to last.By Robert F. Bukaty / AP
Biden welcomed back to Georgia after lying low in midterms
The president is set to speak Sunday at Ebenezer Baptist Church as part of the Martin Luther King Jr. holiday weekend.By Patrick Semansky / AP
Understanding Iran's ongoing protests
Mass demonstrations have triggered the biggest challenge to the Islamic Republic of Iran in decades.By AP
House GOP seeks new restrictions on use of US oil stockpile
Pres. Biden withdrew 180 million barrels from the strategic reserve over several months, bringing the stockpile to its lowest level since the 1980s.By Department of Energy / AP
Police release bodycam footage of attack on Paul Pelosi
The footage shows police confronting the suspect and taking him into custody after police say he severely beat Pelosi in his home.By San Francisco Police Department via AP