Spain's prime minister is urged to "avoid further escalation and use of force" after Sunday's standoff over the Catalonian independence referendum.
Many counties last reported their uncounted ballots days before the June 10 cutoff, keeping alive Bernie Sanders supporters' hopes that he will beat Hillary Clinton in the Golden State.
Expected flood of mail-in ballots means final results may not be known for up to a month. And many voters reported election-day problems.
Minnesotans have been parodied for their politeness, but the state's Senate race seems to get nastier and nastier. With Al Franken taking a sliver of a lead by most estimates, the bitter recount battle halted Monday as both sides made a scene in Secretary of State Mark Ritchie's office.
In case you haven't been following Al Franken's fortunes in Minnesota's ongoing recount, here's a brief recap: He was down, but not by much, then down by less and, a little later, even less, then he claimed to be up, but now it looks like he's down again, but not by much. Confused? You're not alone.
Why is Alaska's Sen. Ted Stevens, a felon, leading in his race for re-election after pollsters predicted a decisive loss? It could have something to do with the fact that roughly one-third of the ballots have yet to be counted, and thousands more were just discovered.