By DARLENE SUPERVILLE Associated Press WASHINGTON (AP) — Election Day ushered in skirmishes near the White House and relatively minor demonstrations in California and elsewhere on the West Coast, but none of the widespread unrest that some had feared in the hours after the polls began closing around the country. Why is that? It's hard to say. But as the East Coast began Wednesday, the night was still young elsewhere in the United States and prolonged uncertainty, particularly in the bitter presidential race between Republican President Donald Trump and Democrat Joe Biden, could increase odds that tensions eventually flare. In […]
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