Postmaster General Louis DeJoy was sued over his service cuts at the USPS. In a settlement, he agreed to undo all service changes nationwide.
DeJoy Caves and Agrees to Reverse All USPS Changes That Slowed Service

Trump donor Louis DeJoy was sued by Montana Gov. Steve Bullock due to delays in mail and potential impacts on mail-in voting. DeJoy agreed to roll back all service changes nationwide.

A Trump-appointed appeals court judge has sided with Republican Texas Gov. Greg Abbott to limit absentee ballot drop-off locations across Texas. (AP Photo/David J. Phillip File)
Trump-Appointed Judge Rules to Make It Harder for Voters to Drop Off Ballots in Texas

The appeals court upheld Gov. Greg Abbott's rule that limited each Texas county to one absentee ballot drop-off location. The governor's move was criticized as a voter suppression tactic.

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COVID Patients Are Slipping Through the Coverage Cracks and Getting Big Bills

Melissa Szymanski spent five hours in a Hartford, Connecticut, emergency room in late March and wound up with bills totaling about $3,200.

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Federal Judge Rules Against Extending Florida’s Voter Registration Deadline

The magistrate made the decision even though the system meltdown might have prevented thousands of potential voters from participating in the upcoming elections.

After nearly a week of President Trump's erratic behavior, Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi announced legislation related to the 25th Amendment. (AP Photo/Jacquelyn Martin)
As Recent Trump Interviews Run Off the Rails, Pelosi Announces 25th Amendment Move

Since leaving the hospital, President Trump has delivered rambling interviews, incoherent tweets, and called for imprisoning political enemies. His behavior is raising alarms in the halls of Congress.

Mail-In Ballot Mix-Ups: Here’s How Much You Should Really Worry

There are questions about how often mix-ups occur and whether they could affect this year's presidential election. This is what the experts say.

Voting rights advocates say thousands of ballots are in limbo as a federal judge weighs NC's absentee ballot procedures.
With Thousands of Ballots in Limbo, Federal Judge Delays Ruling on NC Absentee Ballots

Voting rights advocates say that NC is running out of time before Election Day to decide what to do with thousands of absentee ballots.