Where are we at now?
It’s late in the US, but that hasn’t stopped the celebrations taking place across the country. Here’s a quick post to get you up-to-speed.
• Joe Biden is now president-elect. In his first appearance since winning, he vowed to defend democracy and “give everybody in this country a fair shot”.
“"It's time to put away the harsh rhetoric, lower the temperature, see each other again, listen to each other again and to make progress, we have to stop treating our opponents as our enemies,” Mr Biden said from Wilmington in Delaware.
• Kamala Harris will be the first female vice president in US history. Not only that, but she will also be the first African American and South Asian American to hold the role.
"While I may be the first woman in this office, I will not be the last," Ms Harris said in her speech.
"Every little girl watching tonight sees that this is a country of possibilities. And to the children of our country, regardless of your gender, our country has sent you a clear message. Dream with ambition. Lead with conviction.”
• Donald Trump has not formally conceded. In the president’s last tweets, which were seven hours ago, he falsely insisted he was the winner and maintained his baseless claims of voter fraud. The Trump campaign is continuing to push lawsuits to challenge the vote count in certain states, most notably Arizona. Mr Trump was playing golf when it was first officially declared that he had lost.
• Who will control the US Senate? This is the next big question. The tally currently sits at 48 Republicans and 48 Democrats, and this question is unlikely to be decided until a January runoff in Georgia.
We're going to wrap up the blog here as things quieten down in the US. But don't go anywhere - Mr Trump could embark upon another late-night tweeting frenzy at any moment.