1. Philadelphia stops reporting mail-in ballots for the night

    Philadelphia election officials say they are taking a break from processing mail-in ballots for the night, and will post updated information next at 09:00 EDT (14:00 GMT).

    So far 76,000 ballots have been counted, out of approximately 350,000 cast by mail.

    This is significant, as Biden voters are much more likely to vote by mail than Trump supporters. Trump has called mail-in voting fraudulent, despite evidence that it is quite safe.

    According to a Philadelphia election official, they're receiving about 16 Democratic mail-in ballots for every one Republican postal ballot.

    "Those first 75,000 [votes] are going to skew 16 Democratic voters for every one Republican voter, at least that was the last time we looked," the official said at a news conference.

    Philadelphia is in the all-important battleground state of Pennsylvania.

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  5. Picture of second victim released

    Joe Ritchie-Bennett

    Joe Ritchie-Bennett, the second victim identified, was an American who had lived in the UK for 15 years.

    He was named by his father on American TV earlier on Monday.

    Robert Ritchie, told CBS the family was "heartbroken" and described his son as "brilliant and loving".

  6. American citizen confirmed as among victims

    US ambassador to the UK Woody Johnson confirmed that an American citizen was killed and condemned the attack.

    He said: "I offer my deepest condolences to the families of those killed. To our great sorrow, this includes an American citizen. Our thoughts are with all those affected."

    It comes as the victim was identified by his father on American TV as Joe Ritchie-Bennett.