We're pausing our US election live coverage but will be back again early tomorrow.
In the meantime, here¡¯s a look at today¡¯s top headlines:
- Donald Trump¡¯s Supreme Court nominee Amy Coney Barrett is all but certain to be confirmed on Monday. Follow our coverage here for the latest updates on this
- Media reports say conservative Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas will administer one of the two oaths of office that justices take
- The White House plans to hold a celebration to mark Barrett's confirmation - a month after an event announcing her nomination was linked to a Covid-19 outbreak believed to have infected the president and others close to him
- Trump and his Democratic rival Joe Biden have been campaigning in the battleground state of Pennsylvania
- The head of the World Health Organization cautioned countries against "giving up on control" of the coronavirus pandemic, in response to comments from a senior Trump aide
- UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson said the US election and Brexit were two "entirely separate" issues and that the UK would not get involved with its closest ally's vote on 3 November, Reuters news agency reports
- More than 60 million Americans have now cast early votes in the election, according to data compiled by the United States Elections Project
We'll be back tomorrow with the latest election news and analysis.
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