Nov. 7, 2020 9:03 AM PT FacebookTwitterShow more sharing optionsShareClose extra sharing options Facebook Twitter LinkedIn Email Copy Link URLCopied!Print 1 Politics Biden claims victory, calls for ‘era of demonization in America’ to end Joe Biden wins election and calls for national unity as President Trump continues to vow to fight the results.2 Politics Kamala Harris makes history many times over as vice president-elect Kamala Harris will be the first female vice president, as well as the first Black and Asian American person to occupy that post.3 Politics How to watch Joe Biden’s victory speech tonight Joe Biden has won the presidency. He and Vice President-elect Kamala Harris will address the nation tonight. 4 California Column: Why Kamala Harris could become an unapologetically Black vice president When Harris takes the oath of office in January, expect it to be unapologetically Black. I’m talking about Black Lives Matter flags and T-shirts up and down the National Mall.5 Politics Where were you when Joe Biden was declared the 2020 election winner? Tell us where you were and what you did when Joe Biden won the 2020 election. We may feature your story in our coverage. 6 Politics Trump is not conceding, and is likely to fire foes, pardon friends President Trump is not conceding the presidential election to Joe Biden and is expected to fire foes and pardon friends.7 Politics Trump couldn’t win. So he golfed and tweeted Joe Biden’s long-awaited victory did not prevent President Trump from falsely claiming that he won the election.8 California A joyous celebration springs up at the Berkeley house where Kamala Harris grew up On a block along Berkeley’s Bancroft Way, in front of the small, yellow house where the vice president-elect grew up, there was a small but festive gathering.9 California Fireworks, Champagne and dancing in the streets of L.A. as Biden and Harris win Many Californians rejoiced Saturday as Joe Biden defeated Donald Trump, dancing, marching and honking car horns.10 Television Column: Sleep-deprived, map-numbed TV journalists revive to cover Biden win, U.S. celebrations Everyone waited out the days counting ballots in swing states while President Trump assailed democracy, but TV journalists had to do it on camera.11 Politics Reactions from Twitter and beyond to Biden’s election win The Twitterverse transformed Saturday as news outlets called the presidential race for Joe Biden and Kamala Harris.12 Politics How Joe Biden’s election was presented by media sites across the country How media reacted to Joe Biden’s presidential election news.13 Politics Biden has achieved his No. 1 campaign promise: Beat Trump. Now what? Winning election may prove to have been the easy part for a President Biden. Can he achieve an ambitious agenda and hold together the Democratic Party?14 California Lopez: Good riddance, President Trump First the Lakers. Then the Dodgers. Now this. Thank you, Pennsylvania. Thank you, Michigan and Wisconsin.15 Opinion Editorial: A victory for Biden — and for the American people Now the hard work of rebuilding our democracy and economy begins.16 Politics America reacts to Joe Biden’s election, with jubilation, relief, defiance Joe Biden’s victory in the presidential race brings Americans pouring into the streets to celebrate. President Trump’s supporters express disbelief.17 Opinion Editorial: Kamala Harris is a vice president-elect like no other Kamala Harris’ groundbreaking rise to the vice presidency could make her an unusually creative vice president.18 World & Nation The world reacts as Joe Biden becomes U.S. president-elect World reacts as Joe Biden becomes U.S. president-elect after several days of vote counting.19 Entertainment & Arts Julia Louis-Dreyfus and others in Hollywood rejoice as Kamala Harris makes political history Michelle Obama, Lady Gaga and others celebrated on social media after Sen. Kamala Harris was named America’s first Black, Asian American and female vice president-elect.20 California Orange County backed Biden, but Republicans poised for dramatic comeback after ‘blue wave’ Orange County went for Biden -- but the blue wave might all but disappear21 En español: Joe Biden derrota a Trump y asegura la presidencia después de un largo y disputado conteo 22 EEUU Kamala Harris: ‘Tenemos mucho trabajo por delante, empecemos’ La vicepresidenta electa, Kamala Harris, reaccionó en Twitter a las proyecciones de los grandes medios que le dan la victoria a ella y al presidente electo, Joe Biden, diciendo que hay “mucho trabajo por delante” y es hora de empezarlo.