(NEW YORK) -- A steady clip of threatening messages has inundated the Milwaukee Election Commission in recent months, forcing the once-sleepy office to divert attention from its official mandate -- administering free and fair elections -- to a more pressing concern: ensuring the safety... Read More.
(ARLINGTON, Va.) -- President Joe Biden, observing his first Memorial Day as commander-in-chief, delivered remarks Monday at Arlington National Cemetery, painting democracy as the "soul of America" and one that "worth fighting for ... worth dying for." "Democracy itself is at peril, here at home... Read More.
(WASHINGTON) -- Attorney General Merrick Garland told the Senate Appropriations Committee on Wednesday that he has not seen a more dangerous threat to democracy than the "invasion" of the Capitol on Jan. 6, which he called in written testimony a "heinous attack" and "intolerable... Read More.
By BRITT CLENNETT, ABC News (BEIJING) -- Beijing is poised to block any remaining avenues for the Hong Kong pro-democracy movement, leaving the opposition with no way to attain elected office in the Chinese territory.China's decision-makers are expected to grant Beijing... Read More.
By BEN GITTLESON, ABC News (WASHINGTON) -- President Joe Biden will "take a virtual trip to Europe" with a pair of high-profile engagements aimed at restoring the United States' place on the global stage, after what he views as its absence during President... Read More.
By MARIYA MOSELEY, ABC News(ATLANTA) -- As the Biden-Harris administration officially begins, Georgia organizers reflect on the historic moment after Black voters in the state not only helped solidify their win but also shifted power in Washington.Among the... Read More.
By MOLLY NAGLE, ABC News(WASHINGTON) -- Joe Biden took the oath of office just before noon on a cold but bright and sunny Wednesday at the U.S. Capitol, becoming the 46th president of the United States and culminating a nearly... Read More.
By CATHERINE SANZ and FERGAL GALLAGHER, ABC News(NEW YORK) -- A self-appointed Facebook watchdog group formed by academics and advocates claim the company has not done enough to clamp down on misinformation and protect democracy ahead of the 2020 election.
By CATHERINE THORBECKE, ABC News(NEW YORK) -- Derrick Johnson, the president of the NAACP and one of the leaders of the ongoing Facebook ad boycott, called the social media giant a "threat to democracy" and said that they won't back... Read More.