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  • Here's an update on where the vote counting stands in Pennsylvania, Georgia, Arizona and Nevada today, and an idea when we might get the counts updated.
  • Are you confused by Trump tweeting "stop the count" while his spokespersons insist on continuing the count? Here's an explanation of his "bizarre, haphazard legal strategy" to disrupt vote counting and why it likely won't work.
  • Would it shock you to learn that a rapidly growing "stop the count" Facebook group appears to be a part of a coordinated campaign by Republican operatives?
  • The Times has a delightful glimpse at what was going on at Trump campaign HQ (a.k.a. the White House) on Election Night, and the fateful moment Fox News called Arizona for Biden: "What ensued for Mr. Trump was a night of angry calls to Republican governors and advice from campaign aides that he ignored, leading to a middle-of-the-night presidential briefing in which he made a reckless and unsubstantiated string of remarks about the democratic process."
  • Close all those other tabs and snuggle up with an oral history of The Simpsons classic "Marge vs The Monorail."
  • Here's an ode to MSNBC’s Steve Kornacki, the indefatigable wonk who was on TV for a very long time between Tuesday and Wednesday.
  • Sure, Biden might win, but Mitch McConnell is reportedly planning on doing whatever he can to make governing difficult.
  • Pro tip: you probably shouldn't get your election info from TikToks.
  • An Idaho man has been blacklisted by Yellowstone National Park authorities after attempting to cook chickens in the hot springs.
  • The Foo Fighters will be the musical guest on SNL this weekend with host Dave Chappelle.
  • And finally, Chicago has its own Raccoon Show: