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Trump again casts doubt on election results, saying he’s not sure if it will be ‘honest’

Trump again aired concerns about the election on Thursday as he spoke to reporters before boarding Marine One, calling mail-in ballots a “scam."

Fenway Park will officially be an early voting site this election season

Bostonians looking to vote early can cast their ballots at Fenway Park this year, the city of Boston and the Red Sox announced on Thursday.

Republicans are distancing themselves from Trump’s refusal to commit to a peaceful transfer of power. Here’s why

President Trump again refused to commit to a peaceful transfer of power when asked about it during a press conference on Wednesday, sparking alarm from Democrats and prompting some top Republicans to reassure the public that a pillar of American democracy would not be shaken in November.

Democrats to redraft virus relief in bid to jump-start talks

House Democrats are going back to the drawing board on a huge COVID-19 relief bill, paring back the measure in an attempt to jump-start negotiations with the Trump administration.

Trump pays respects to late Supreme Court Justice Ginsburg

The president and first lady Melania Trump — both wearing masks — stood silently at the top of the steps of the court and looked down at Ginsburg's flag-draped coffin, surrounded by white flowers.

Trump campaign says it built a turnout machine in N.H. for November. Democrats are skeptical

Rallies. Mailers. Volunteers. The Trump campaign says it has a sophisticated ground game working hard in the Granite State that will work this time around. Democrats aren't convinced.

Join the Globe’s D.C. bureau to discuss its special report on the November election as a test for democracy

The Boston Globe's Washington, D.C. bureau takes readers deeper into their reporting on the unprecedented voting challenges in the upcoming presidential election that could test the nation's democratic resolve

Another conservative justice on the Supreme Court could mean big changes for abortion and affirmative action cases

Conservatives would have a rock solid 6-3 advantage on a court that already leaned sharply to the right.