The prospect of a Supreme Court fight adds another variable into an already tumultuous presidential election.
The current Democratic presidential nominee said in 2016 that he would push ahead with the nomination of a Supreme Court appointee "even a few months before a presidential election."
"I wish I could wave a magic wand and have it go back to the way it was," Ginsburg said in 2018.
The Massachusetts senator appeared to be referencing the fact that Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell had announced his intent to push a Trump nominee through, just hours after receiving the news that Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg died.
In a survey released hours before the news of Ginsburg's death, voters in Maine, North Carolina and Arizona said they preferred Biden to select the next Supreme Court justice by 12 percentage points.
The Democratic presidential contender said Ginsburg's replacement should take place after the November election.
With fewer than 50 days until Election Day, President Donald Trump could get a chance to nominate a monumental third justice to the U.S. Supreme Court, following the death of Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg Friday evening.
"I don't trust the mail right now, that's why [I'm voting today]. If I got to stand here all day, I'm going to vote today," said Jim O'Conner, a voter in Fairfax County, Virginia.
"You'd be a very good president. You would have to be a good person, first," the mother tells her son, as the video fades to a black-and-white image of Democratic nominee Joe Biden.
An exclusive poll for Newsweek found that half of all registered voters believed Trump would be able to revive the U.S. economy.
A poll for Newsweek found that more than half of people would be in favor of a nationwide shutdown in the future to halt the spread of COVID-19.
"I think that a person in good conscience could vote for Mr. Biden," said Cardinal Joseph Tobin, archbishop of Newark. "I, frankly, in my own way of thinking have a more difficult time with the other option."
Former Homeland Security Department chief of staff says he heard the vice president praise former aide Olivia Troye, whom he later called a "disgruntled employee" when she criticized Trump.
The president's former communications director said his old boss had alienated a "tremendous" amount of voters.
The first volume of the former president's upcoming memoir is due to be released two weeks after election day.
Wisconsin is a crucial battleground state—one which Trump won only narrowly in 2016—but three recent polls put Democratic presidential hopeful Joe Biden in the lead.
"It's always the thing that they say first. That's what they're going to do," the president warned his supporters.
"Guys like Trump, who inherited everything and squandered what they inherited, are the people that I've always had a problem with," the Democratic presidential nominee said.
Vice President Mike Pence has accused a former top aide to the coronavirus task force of "playing politics" by endorsing Democratic former Vice President Joe Biden in this year's election because of President Donald Trump's response to the COVID-19 pandemic.
In all the models used, Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden was predicted to defeat President Donald Trump in both the popular vote and the Electoral College.
Notably, the southeastern state has a process to notify voters in these instances, giving them another chance to vote and have their ballot counted.
The president will host the event at an airport hangar near Wausau, part of a heavily Republican district about 100 miles west of Green Bay.
It's less than 50 days until Election Day. President Donald Trump and former Vice President Joe Biden are holding campaign events in... Minnesota?
Biden's lead over Trump has gained 1 point since a similar poll was conducted in March by Monmouth University.
This is the first time that the National Committee to Preserve Social Security and Medicare (NCPSSM), which was founded by the late son of President Franklin Delano Roosevelt, has ever endorsed a candidate for president.
Democrats and Republicans say immigration could return in a big way at the high-stakes first debate between Trump and Joe Biden, because both men fundamentally disagree on its role in American society.
Among suburban white women, 94 percent said they feel "very" or "somewhat" safe.
One poll shows Joe Biden holding a large lead over the president among suburban voters, 53 percent to 40 percent.
New polling data shows voters believe Biden and Harris are more "moderate" than Trump and Pence, despite the incumbent's attack ads.