With just days to go before the presidential election, there's only one thing on most people's minds: Will the polls turn out to be right about Biden's lead, or will we have a repeat of 2016 on our hands?
As the race hots up, the endorsements are flying in, and the latest publication to back the Democratic candidate is The Economist.
The magazine's latest issue features a striking cover that simply says "Why it has to be Joe Biden", alongside an illustration of the White House.
The article in question argues that a Democratic victory would "restore civility to the White House" and "begin the long, difficult task of putting a fractured country back together again". It also suggests that a Biden win would actually benefit the Republicans, because "a close contest would tempt them into divisive, racially polarising tactics, a dead end in a country that is growing more diverse."
It goes on to offer a scathing indictment of Trump, saying: "The most head-spinning feature of the Trump presidency is his contempt for the truth. [...] Nothing Mr Trump says can be believed."
It was to be expected that such an endorsement would make waves, but the cover illustration has sparked its own dialogue too.
The Economist's president and managing director Bob Cohn tweeted out the image last night, teasing an "Easter egg" for followers to find.
Can you find the Easter egg on this week's cover? https://t.co/IFWiJjgxWG