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McConnell: Transfer of presidential power won
McConnell: Transfer of presidential power won't be delayed

The Senate majority leader brushed off concerns, despite reports of the GSA blocking President-elect Joe Biden's transition process.

Covid-19 cases rise in every state, with 12 states seeing drastic surges, NBC News data shows
Covid-19 cases rise in every state, with 12 states seeing drastic surges, NBC News data shows

In other coronavirus news: Doctors urge Trump to brief Biden on pandemic and Dolly Parton helped fund Moderna vaccine research.

The Biden administration will be hit with multiple crises from the get-go
The Biden administration will be hit with multiple crises from the get-go

In addition to COVID-19, racial inequality, and economic turmoil, Biden will also need to restructure the White House to address these issues.

Biden Plans to Move Fast With a
Biden Plans to Move Fast With a 'Climate Administration'. Here's How.

WASHINGTON -- President-elect Joe Biden, eager to elevate climate change throughout his administration, is already drafting orders to reduce planet-warming pollution and seeking nominees who will embed climate policy not only in environmental agencies but also in departments from Defense to Treasury

Recession With a Difference: Women Face Special Burden
Recession With a Difference: Women Face Special Burden

For millions of working women, the coronavirus pandemic has delivered a rare and ruinous one-two-three punch.First, the parts of the economy that were smacked hardest and earliest by job losses were ones where women dominate -- restaurants, retail businesses and health care.Then a second wave began taking

Giuliani Is Said to Seek $20,000 a Day Payment for Trump Legal Work
Giuliani Is Said to Seek $20,000 a Day Payment for Trump Legal Work

Rudy Giuliani, who has helped oversee a string of failed court challenges to President Donald Trump's defeat in the election, asked the president's campaign to pay him $20,000 a day for his legal work, multiple people briefed on the matter said.The request stirred opposition from some of Trump

House Dems ask Supreme Court to postpone case seeking Trump-Russia docs, citing Biden
House Dems ask Supreme Court to postpone case seeking Trump-Russia docs, citing Biden's win

The news comes as Biden has privately told advisers he doesn't want his presidency to be consumed by investigations of Trump.

Iowa Guv Finally Orders Mask-Wearing, Then Bungles Message
Iowa Guv Finally Orders Mask-Wearing, Then Bungles Message

Iowa Gov. Kim Reynolds finally adopted some semblance of a mask mandate this week, but in addressing her about-face, she managed to make a muddle of it-claiming there is science to support "both sides" of the issue.In a press conference Tuesday afternoon, amid a record-breaking surge in coronavirus cases

Controversial Fed nominee Shelton faces razor-thin vote
Controversial Fed nominee Shelton faces razor-thin vote

Judy Shelton, President Donald Trump's controversial nominee to the Federal Reserve, faces a razor-thin confirmation tally on Tuesday as the Republican-controlled Senate continues to focus its energies in the lame-duck session on confirming Trump's appointees. Shelton is an unusually caustic

My Twitter War With the Congresswoman From QAnon
My Twitter War With the Congresswoman From QAnon

Molly Jong-Fast and Congresswoman-elect Marjorie Taylor Greene, an avowed QAnon supporter, fell out on Twitter over different interpretations of government interference in a woman's health.On the latest episode of The New Abnormal, Molly explains to Rick Wilson why she got into a brouhaha with the Congresswoman

After 5 of them quit, Trump was left with just one lawyer defending his big election lawsuit in Pennsylvania. He previously said the litigation
After 5 of them quit, Trump was left with just one lawyer defending his big election lawsuit in Pennsylvania. He previously said the litigation 'will not work.'

President Donald Trump's legal team has experienced a mass exodus in advance of a hearing for his major election lawsuit in Pennsylvania.

Sen. Grassley, 87, quarantining after virus exposure
Sen. Grassley, 87, quarantining after virus exposure

Iowa Sen. Chuck Grassley, the longest-serving Republican senator, says he is quarantining after being exposed to the coronavirus. Grassley, 87, did not say how he was exposed. "I'm feeling well and not currently experiencing any symptoms, but it's important we all follow public health guidelines to keep

Election 2020 live updates: Biden expected to fill key White House roles Tuesday, reports say
Election 2020 live updates: Biden expected to fill key White House roles Tuesday, reports say

President-elect Joe Biden is expected to announce several White House staffing appointments Tuesday, reports say.

Walmart CEO congratulates President-elect Biden, urging elected officials to pass another stimulus package
Walmart CEO congratulates President-elect Biden, urging elected officials to pass another stimulus package

"I want to wrap up by saying congratulations to President-elect Biden," Walmart CEO Doug McMillon said on Tuesday.

U.S. retail sales slow as pandemic, lack of fiscal stimulus weigh
U.S. retail sales slow as pandemic, lack of fiscal stimulus weigh

U.S. retail sales increased less than expected in October and could slow further, restrained by spiraling new COVID-19 infections and declining household income as millions of unemployed Americans lose government financial support. The public health crisis and frail economy are major challenges confronting

Portman reveals he
Portman reveals he's enrolled in Covid-19 vaccine trial

The Ohio Republican is the first lawmaker to disclose participation in clinical trials for a coronavirus shot.

Iowa governor issues mask mandate after disparaging it as
Iowa governor issues mask mandate after disparaging it as 'feel good' measure

Reynolds, a Republican, issued the state's first mask mandate after months of disparaging coronavirus restrictions as "feel good" measures.

What Happened When a Site for Political Junkies Leaned Right
What Happened When a Site for Political Junkies Leaned Right

For three days after every major news organization declared Joe Biden the victor of the presidential election, one widely read political site maintained that Pennsylvania was still too close to call.The delay was welcome news to allies of President Donald Trump like Rudy Giuliani and friendly outlets

As Trump keeps blocking Biden
As Trump keeps blocking Biden's transition, warnings of the damage it will do to the US are getting louder and more dire

As the president-elect, Biden would usually have access to key agencies and secret information. Even Trump's allies now say blocking this is reckless.

A New Virus Surge Prompts Restrictions, and Pushback
A New Virus Surge Prompts Restrictions, and Pushback

The scene was familiar: Gov. Gretchen Whitmer of Michigan, addressing a rapidly escalating coronavirus surge in her state, stood at a lectern and somberly announced new restrictions meant to stop the virus from spreading out of control.Within hours, the backlash began.Sign up for The Morning newsletter

Biden, Harris to receive national security briefing, but not from gov
Biden, Harris to receive national security briefing, but not from gov't officials

The incoming Democrats will meet with diplomatic, intelligence and defense experts.

Georgia secretary of state says Sen. Graham asked him about tossing ballots
Georgia secretary of state says Sen. Graham asked him about tossing ballots

"That's ridiculous," the Republican lawmaker from South Carolina responded.

Trump campaign would have to pay nearly $8 million for Wisconsin recount
Trump campaign would have to pay nearly $8 million for Wisconsin recount

President Donald Trump's campaign would have to pay nearly $8 million to start a recount in Wisconsin, a state he narrowly lost two weeks ago.

Facebook, Twitter CEO
Facebook, Twitter CEO's to testify Tuesday to Senate panel over content moderation decisions

The chief executives of Facebook and Twitter are set to testify before a congressional hearing on Tuesday that will explore their content moderation practices as Republicans accuse social media companies of censoring conservative speech. In October, Republican lawmakers on the U.S. Senate Judiciary

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Trump's national security advisor said it 'obviously' looks like Biden won the election, in the most public suggestion of defeat from the White House

"If the Biden-Harris ticket is determined to be the winner, and obviously things look that way now, we'll have a very professional transition," Robert O'Brien said.

Biden hopes to avoid divisive Trump investigations, preferring unity
Biden hopes to avoid divisive Trump investigations, preferring unity

Biden has told aides that he's concerned that investigations would divide the country but that he would leave decisions up to an independent Justice Department.

This Liberal Think Tank Believes It Has The Key to Winning the Senate
This Liberal Think Tank Believes It Has The Key to Winning the Senate

In keeping with their inability to enjoy moments of triumphs, Democrats have embarked on a soul-searching expedition as to why the party failed so poorly down the ballot even as it ousted President Donald Trump from office.Into the mix of explanations, this week, comes one of the more dire and narrow-focused

World pushes ahead with climate action as U.S. remains in limbo
World pushes ahead with climate action as U.S. remains in limbo

The Biden administration will confront new global climate politics while stuck on sidelines of a Dec. 12 global summit.

10 things in tech you need to know today
10 things in tech you need to know today

Airbnb filed for its IPO and Twitter slapped new labels on President Donald Trump's tweets.

Analysis: Japan
Analysis: Japan's yen doubles up as high yielder and safe haven

Having burnished its traditional image as a global safe haven during the coronavirus pandemic, Japan's yen is attracting fresh interest as the highest yielder among the three major currencies. The past few weeks have seen the yen hit multi-month highs as news broke of a Biden presidency and a possible

Biden filling top White House team with campaign veterans
Biden filling top White House team with campaign veterans

President-elect Joe Biden announced a raft of top White House staff positions on Tuesday, drawing from the senior ranks of his campaign and some of his closest confidants to fill out an increasingly diverse White House leadership team. Biden confirmed that former campaign manager Jen O'Malley Dillon will serve as a deputy chief of staff, while campaign co-chair Louisiana Rep. Cedric Richmond and campaign adviser Steve Ricchetti will play senior roles in the new administration. Richmond will leave his Louisiana congressional seat to fill the White House job.

Biden expected to name 1st wave of White House senior staff
Biden expected to name 1st wave of White House senior staff

President-elect Joe Biden is expected to name a number of senior White House staff as soon as this week, a group that will likely include Rep. Cedric Richmond, D-La., a key surrogate and his campaign's first national co-chair. Richmond, 47, is expected to be named to a senior advisory role in the

Sen. Sherrod Brown Asks GOP Colleague To Wear A Mask. He Refuses.
Sen. Sherrod Brown Asks GOP Colleague To Wear A Mask. He Refuses.

Dan Sullivan wouldn't wear a mask while speaking in the Senate, despite COVID-19 cases skyrocketing nationwide and several Congress members being infected.

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Donald Trump's border wall is a 'monument to racism,' advocacy groups say. What happens to it when Joe Biden becomes president?

Border advocates and conservationists said they would like to see a Joe Biden administration tear down portions of the wall on the U.S.-Mexico border.

Coronavirus bigger risk to U.S. economy than election dispute: Reuters poll
Coronavirus bigger risk to U.S. economy than election dispute: Reuters poll

The coronavirus is a bigger risk to the U.S. economy than a prolonged dispute over the presidential election result, according to a Reuters poll that showed the near-term economic recovery was slowing more than previously thought. With around 11 million COVID-19 cases, the United States is by far the

2nd Trump lawyer asks to pull out of case challenging Pennsylvania election
2nd Trump lawyer asks to pull out of case challenging Pennsylvania election

A second lawyer who was helping lead President Donald Trump's effort to contest the outcome of the 2020 election has asked to step aside, according to a new federal court filing. Republican attorney Linda A. Kerns submitted papers with the U.S. District Court Monday saying she had "reached

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Trump's lawyers withdrew from representing his campaign in its biggest Pennsylvania election lawsuit one day before the hearing

Three of the four lawyers representing President Donald Trump's campaign withdrew from the case on the eve of a hearing.

Lindsey Graham Denies Pressuring Georgia Official To Toss Legal Ballots
Lindsey Graham Denies Pressuring Georgia Official To Toss Legal Ballots

But Georgia Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger says Graham's implications were clear.

Judy Shelton
Judy Shelton's path to Fed narrows with third GOP dissenter

A third Republican Senator has come out against Judy Shelton, Trump's controversial pick for the Federal Reserve Board of Governors.

Trump campaign drops claim that GOP poll observers weren
Trump campaign drops claim that GOP poll observers weren't allowed to watch Pennsylvania vote count

GOP election officials confirmed they were allowed to monitor the process - and they denied any irregularities

President Trump is expected to order troop withdrawals from Afghanistan and Iraq
President Trump is expected to order troop withdrawals from Afghanistan and Iraq

Trump has previously cut troop levels. These cuts would take effect by before president-elect Joe Biden takes office on Jan. 20.

Biden begins to fill top White House positions
Biden begins to fill top White House positions

Campaign manager Jen O'Malley Dillion and Rep. Cedric Richmond are joining the Biden administration.

Trump campaign drops suit against Wisconsin NBC affiliate over ad
Trump campaign drops suit against Wisconsin NBC affiliate over ad

The Trump campaign dropped a defamation lawsuit against a small Wisconsin TV station that aired an advertisement opposing Donald Trump's re-election bid that featured verbatim quotes from the president. The ad from Democratic super PAC Priorities USA Action quoted outgoing President Trump saying

Can Joe Biden find a student loan forgiveness plan that will make everyone happy?
Can Joe Biden find a student loan forgiveness plan that will make everyone happy?

Biden confidants are advising the president-elect to forgive student debt in some form. Is there one right answer?

How the final 2020 Electoral College map compares to 2016
How the final 2020 Electoral College map compares to 2016

President-elect Joe Biden expanded the Democratic coalition in beating President Donald Trump, reversing losses from Hillary Clinton's 2016 bid.

We made a graphic to show just how bad the COVID-19 outbreaks in Trump
We made a graphic to show just how bad the COVID-19 outbreaks in Trump's circle are

The coronavirus has spread through the president's orbit, infecting White House staff, campaign aides, and GOP leaders, including Trump himself.

Fox News Anchor Seemingly Buys Into Trump
Fox News Anchor Seemingly Buys Into Trump's Debunked Dominion Conspiracy: 'Sounded Convincing'

While some of Fox News' "straight news" anchors have forcefully pushed back on President Donald Trump's voter fraud conspiracies, it appears others are willing to lend some credence to them.Referencing Trump campaign lawyer Sidney Powell's debunked theory that software from Dominion Voting Systems switched

RESULT: Republican Burgess Owens defeats first-term Democratic Rep. Ben McAdams in Utah
RESULT: Republican Burgess Owens defeats first-term Democratic Rep. Ben McAdams in Utah's 4th Congressional District

After winning in 2018 by less than half a percentage point, Democrat McAdams lost his seat against former NFL player Burgess Owens.

Joe Biden Says
Joe Biden Says 'More People May Die' If Trump Keeps Obstructing Transition

The president-elect said wearing a mask is "patriotic" and discussed his need to access President Donald Trump's COVID-19 vaccine distribution plans.

'Dark winter': Biden says lack of coordination with White House on COVID-19 is biggest hurdle to transition

President-elect Joe Biden met with corporate, labor leaders to find common ground to fight the coronavirus and rebuild the economy.


Poll Shows Growing Democratic Opposition to Cheap Labor Migration

A poll shows that Democrats are moving towards pro-American migration policies as Joe Biden prepares to implement pro-migrant policies.

Alyssa Milano Extends 'Olive Branch to Trump Supporters' After Years of Smears, from Klansman to Misogynist Bigots

It was just a couple months ago that Alyssa Milano was calling for Republicans to be "tried for treason.” And now, just weeks removed from the election, and after years of smears and attacks, the left-wing activist and actor is ready to "extend an olive branch to Trump supporters."

COVID Unemployment Benefit Scam in CA Sends $ to Death Row Inmates

A scam caused California taxpayer money that was supposed to go toward COVID-related unemployment benefits to be sent to 20,000 prisoners.

Biden: Amnesty for 'Over 11M' Illegals Going to Senate in First 100 Days

Joe Biden says he will send an amnesty deal for "over 11 million" illegal aliens to the United States Senate in his first 100 days in office.

'Gang of Eight' Architect: Joe Biden Can Use COVID-19 to Grant Amnesty

The architect of a 2013 amnesty plan is suggesting Joe Biden use coronavirus to grant amnesty to all 11 to 22 million illegal aliens.

Biden: 'Takes a Lot of Money' to Reopen Schools Safely, Cost NYC 'Tens of Millions of Dollars'

During an interview aired on Tuesday's broadcast of "NBC Nightly News," Joe Biden stated that "it takes a lot of money" to reopen schools safely, and | Clips

Watch: Colorado Man Loses Pants in Fight Outside In-N-Out Burger

A fight broke out between customers outside an In-N-Out Burger restaurant in Aurora, Colorado, on Friday, with one patron ending up pantless.

Watch: Colorado Man Loses Pants in Fight Outside In-N-Out Burger

A fight broke out between customers outside an In-N-Out Burger restaurant in Aurora, Colorado, on Friday, with one patron ending up pantless.

Wildlife Officials Discover Weird Metal Monolith in Remote Utah

State wildlife officials using a helicopter were surprised to discover a mysterious metal monolith sitting in the middle of nowhere.

Customer Leaves $3,000 Tip for Restaurant One Day Before Closing Down

A customer at a restaurant in Cleveland, Ohio, left a $3,000 tip on a $7 tab after hearing it would temporarily close due to the coronavirus.

Customer Leaves $3,000 Tip for Restaurant One Day Before Closing Down

A customer at a restaurant in Cleveland, Ohio, left a $3,000 tip on a $7 tab after hearing it would temporarily close due to the coronavirus.

Fashion Notes: Melania Trump Wears Houndstooth Dolce and Gabbana for Turkey Pardon

First Lady Melania Trump chose a look with a variety of textures for the annual presidential turkey pardoning ahead of Thanksgiving.

Fashion Notes: Melania Trump Wears Houndstooth Dolce and Gabbana for Turkey Pardon

First Lady Melania Trump chose a look with a variety of textures for the annual presidential turkey pardoning ahead of Thanksgiving.

2017 Video Shows Democrat Raphael Warnock Believes ‘Racism’ Is ‘America’s Preexisting Condition’

Georgia Democrat Senate candidate Raphael Warnock preached in 2017 that “America’s preexisting condition” is "racism."

Carville: Investigations into Trump Can't Be Stopped -- They Have 'Momentum'

Former lead strategist for Bill Clinton's 1992 presidential campaign James Carville said Monday on MSNBC's "The 11th Hour" the investigations, including those by the Manhattan district attorney, the New York State Attorney General and the Southern District of New York into President Donald Trump could not be stopped. | Clips

James Mattis: Joe Biden Must Eliminate 'America First' from U.S. Foreign Policy

Former Secretary of Defense James Mattis declared Monday that the "America First" foreign policy had damaged national security.

GSA Chief Emily Murphy Details Threats to Her Life, Family, Pets

Emily Murphy told Biden she received "threats online, by phone, and by mail directed at my safety, my family, my staff, and even my pets."

NY Sheriff: Some Officials 'Want to Go After' People Going About Their Life, But 'Stood Down' on Riots

On Monday's broadcast of the Fox Business Network's "Evening Edit," Fulton County, NY Sheriff Richard Giardino (R) criticized some elected officials for | Clips

Biden Secretary of State Pick: 'Mistake' for US to 'Fully Decouple' from China

Joe Biden's pick to be Secretary of State, Antony Blinken, previously said it is a "mistake" for the U.S. to "fully decouple" from China.

Soros-Linked Group that Backs Defunding Police Campaigns for Warnock

Working Families Party, a third party that supports defunding the police and has received funding from Soros, is campaigning for Warnock.

Poll: 79 Percent of Trump Voters Believe ‘Election Was Stolen'

Politico's 2020 Voter Priorities Survey shows that a vast majority of Trump voters believe the election results are fradulent.

Democrats Aim to Create, Exploit Divisions Among GOP in Georgia

Democrats from outside Georgia are actively engaged in an effort to create divisions among Republicans in the state.

Trump Allows GSA to Begin Transition of Power to Joe Biden

Trump said he would allow General Services Administrator Emily Murphy to begin the initial steps of a transition of power to Biden.

GOP Rep. Waltz: Peace Deals with Israel 'Can Fall Apart' if Biden Gets Back Into Iran Deal

On Monday's broadcast of the Fox News Channel's "Daily Briefing," Rep. Michael Waltz (R-FL) reacted to the Biden foreign policy team picks by stating that | Clips

Rudy Giuliani on Break with Sidney Powell: 'We're Pursuing Two Different Theories'

Monday, during an appearance on Fox Business Network's "Lou Dobbs Tonight," Trump attorney Rudy Giuliani responded to a question about his team's decision to announce a break with Sidney Powell on Sunday. | Clips

Pennsylvania Legislative Committee Shuts Down Election Audit Request

Pennsylvania state lawmakers on Monday turned down a formal call for the 2020 election to undergo an audit.

Report: Biden to Name Russia Hoaxer, CNN Analyst Tony Blinken Secretary of State

Former Vice President Joe Biden is reportedly set to announce this week that Tony Blinken would be his Secretary of State.

Report: LA County Restricting Indoor/Outdoor Dining Thanksgiving Eve

FOX LA's Bill Melugin reports that Los Angeles County will restrict outdoor indoor and outdoor dining beginning Wednesday at 10 p.m.

Californians Defy Gov. Newsom Curfew Order, Flood Streets in 16 Cities

"Curfew Crashers" protests took place up and down the state of California on Saturday in defiance of Gov. Newsom's virus stay-at-home order.

Trump Legal Team Distances from Sidney Powell

President Trump's legal team distanced themselves from attorney Sidney Powell on Sunday evening, noting that she did not represent him.

Court Rules Tennessee Can Outlaw Down Syndrome and Gender Abortions

A federal court ruled Tennessee may enact its law banning abortions for reasons of a prenatal diagnosis of Down syndrome, race, or gender.

Data: Trump's Anti-Globalism, Pro-Police Message Wins Over Hispanics

President Trump's message on the 2020 presidential campaign trail resonated massively with the nation's growing Hispanic American population.

AOC Claims Kyle Rittenhouse's Release Example of 'Law and Disorder'

Kyle Rittenhouse's release on bond was an example of "law and disorder," Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (D-NY) said Saturday.

Fashion Notes: Melania Trump Unveils Rose Garden Art in Bold Valentino

First Lady Melania Trump could have been headed to the opening of a new gallery in a bold black and white ensemble she wore on Saturday.

Rats Taking Over Central Park, NYC in the Coronavirus Lockdown

NYC residents are complaining about huge rats scurrying around Central Park and in neighborhoods, with many blaming on the virus lockdown.

Bette Midler: Trump Will Execute Six More People On Death Row Because 258,000 'Isn't Enough'

Far-left actress and singer Bette Midler says President Donald Trump will execute six more people on death row before the end of his presidency insisting that the 258,000 people who've died from the coronavirus "isn't enough" for a "sadist" like him.

Michigan State Rep.: Impeach 'Mean Karen' Whitmer for Virus Policy

Michigan state Rep. Matt Maddock (R-Milford) told The Kyle Olson Show this week that Gov. Gretchen Whitmer should be impeached. | Politics

McMaster: Trump Plan to Withdraw from Afghanistan 'Abhorrent'

President Donald Trump's former national security adviser H.R. McMaster on Sunday broadcast of CBS's "Face the Nation" called Trump's plan to withdraw from Afghanistan is "abhorrent." | Clips

Dershowitz: Trump Has 'Two or Three Legal Constitutional Paths' -- 'I Don't Think that the Election Is Going to Be Reversed'

During this week's broadcast of FNC's "Sunday Morning Futures," constitutional legal scholar and Harvard Law professor emeritus Alan Dershowitz said there was still a legal path forward for the Trump campaign to win the presidency, but he did not think it was likely. | Clips

AOC Applauds Harry Styles for Wearing Dress on Vogue Cover

Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (D-NY) applauded singer Harry Styles for wearing a dress on the cover of Vogue's latest issue.

Ron Klain: Biden's First Cabinet Picks to Come Tuesday

Ron Klain, former Vice President Joe Biden's pick to be White House chief of staff, said Sunday on ABC's "This Week" that Biden will announce his first cabinet picks for his new administration on Tuesday. | Clips

Hillary Clinton Criticizes Donald Trump for Not Conceding

Failed 2016 presidential candidate Hillary Clinton criticized President Donald Trump via Twitter on Friday for not conceding the election.

Huma Abedin's Sister in 2016: 'Vote Audit Should Be Done'

The sister of top Hillary Clinton aide Huma Abedin told her friends in 2016 that they should call the DOJ to demand a "vote audit."

Experts in 2016: Hillary Clinton Should Challenge Results in WI, MI, PA

A group of computer scientists argued in 2016 that Hillary Clinton should have challenged the results in swing states.

Report: Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan, Anti-Trump Hero, Paid for Flawed Coronavirus Tests from South Korea

Coronavirus tests ordered by Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan in April from South Korea turn out to have been flawed, and were never used.

Chris Christie: Trump's Legal Team Has Been a 'National Embarrassment'

Former Gov. Chris Christie (R-NJ) said Sunday on ABC's "This Week" that President Donald Trump's legal team has been a "national embarrassment." | Clips

GOP Sen. Cramer: It's 'Past Time to Start a Transition' to Biden Administration

Senator Kevin Cramer (R-ND) said on NBC's "Meet the Press" that it was "past time" to begin the transition to a Joe Biden administration. | Clips

HBO’s John Oliver Called It ‘Completely Insane’ to Use Electronic Voting Machines in Nov. 2019

HBO's left-wing host John Oliver called it "completely insane" to use electronic voting machines in a November 2019 episode of "Last Week Tonight."

100+ Antifa Rioters Vandalized Portland Buildings -- No Arrests

Reports from Portland, Oregon, indicate that police made no arrests of Antifa rioters who vandalized businesses on Friday night.

VIDEO: Man Saves Puppy from Alligator

A Florida man came to the rescue when he rushed to save his puppy from the jaws of an alligator, according to a video.

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