President Donald Trump


Kentucky is set to receive about $10 million in federal funds from the Great American Outdoors Act and the Land and Water Conservation Fund for improvements on and the expansion of public lands.  

J. Tyler Franklin

The State Board of Elections has certified Kentucky’s election results.

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With former Vice President Joe Biden inching closer to 270 Electoral College votes, President Trump and his campaign have ramped up their efforts to delegitimize the vote-counting process.

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Mitch McConnell on Wednesday refused to condemn President Donald Trump’s call for officials to stop counting ballots in the General Election, but said the federal government shouldn’t interfere with how states run their elections.

Updated at 4 a.m. ET

The 2020 presidential election remained up in the air early Wednesday after tight races, strong turnout and record amounts of mail-in voting left millions of legitimate votes still to be counted, and races in six key states too close to call.

Democratic candidate Joe Biden urged patience until "every vote is counted," but President Trump railed against the extra time required to count the ballots, falsely accusing Democrats of trying to steal the election from him.

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This report has been updated.

Calloway County Republicans rallied Saturday for President Trump and conservative candidates up and down the ballot.

Courier Journal

It's debate night for President Donald Trump and Democratic challenger Joe Biden. They will square off in Nashville in their final face-to-face confrontation before the election. 

Stephen Jerkins / WPLN News

Hundreds of students and alumni of Belmont University are calling for major changes ahead of the presidential debate on the school’s campus this Thursday.

The group Be Better Belmont wants the private university to divest from CoreCivic, a locally based for-profit prison company.

Liam Niemeyer / Ohio Valley Resource

Rick Murdock drives past his neighbors on rural back roads in southwest Calloway County, Kentucky, most days in his pickup truck, where he’ll pass by some signs of the season — “Trump 2020” flags and signs.


President Trump referred to California Sen. Kamala Harris as "this monster" in an interview on Thursday, a continuation of his pattern of attacking Black women with demeaning insults. The president has previously reserved the term "monster" for terrorists, murders and major natural disasters.