What do U.S. senators do when they want to delay a vote? They filibuster. VOA explains how this delay tactic works.
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What Intra-Afghan peace process means for country’s future
Here are some of the most high profile police violence cases
VOA traces the beginnings of the conflict that grew into a humanitarian crisis
Here's how the US president issues federal directives to manage operations of the government
A shot in the arm can protect you from disease but this was not always the case
Not only do they spread faster than existing strains, it's possible that vaccines against them might not work as well
Two seats currently held by Republicans up for grabs as Georgia votes Tuesday
Two Republican-held seats at stake as voters cast ballots in southern state
Ohio has backed the winning candidate in US presidential elections for more than two decades. But not in 2020. Here are other state trends that came to end end this election.
Fast facts about the US election certification process
It's the process during which the president-elect gets ready to take control of the administration - here's what's involved
It hasn't always been easy, but it is a hallmark of American Democracy.
How a losing candidate admits defeat
Casting ballots ahead of the official election date has taken on historic importance in 2020
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