The New York Times International Edition in Print for Saturday, Nov. 7, 2020

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    As votes continued to be counted, Joseph R. Biden Jr. urged calm and patience during remarks in Wilmington, Del., on Thursday.
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    Biden Pulls Ahead in Key States as Anxious Nation Awaits Winner

    Joe Biden picked up votes in Pennsylvania, Nevada and Georgia and urged patience with the slow-moving vote count. President Trump appeared in the evening to break his silence, lying about “illegal” votes.

    By Jonathan Martin and

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    A #StopTheSteal rally at the state capitol in Harrisburg, Pa. Similar protests have been organized in other cities.
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    The Disinformation Is Coming From Inside the White House

    The president and his allies have united right-wing media and internet trolls with false messaging that legitimate vote counting should stop.

    By Matthew RosenbergJim Rutenberg and

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      CreditIllustration by The New York Times/Photographs by Doug Mills and Amr Alfiky/The New York Times

      Paul Krugman

      Is America Becoming a Failed State?

      Mitch McConnell may make the nation ungovernable.

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