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Trump roils Georgia GOP as party waits to see if presidential visit helps — or hurts — in crucial Senate runoffsThe president’s baseless claims of fraud in the November elections have sparked a Republican civil war in the state, where voters will return to the polls on Jan. 5 in a pair of races that will determine control of the U.S. Senate.
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Biden backs bipartisan stimulus plan, urging immediate action as economy stalls and virus surgesThe conflict over the long-delayed deal stands as an early test of Biden’s incoming administration, as it attempts to manage multiple crises and entrenched partisan gridlock.
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Biden talks inauguration plans; Obama, Pence seek to boost Ga. Senate candidatesThe president-elect plans to deliver remarks from Wilmington, Del., hours after the Labor Department releases a report expected to show slowed job growth amid the rise in coronavirus cases.
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‘Old-school revolving door’: Private-sector ties complicate Biden’s efforts to staff incoming administrationKey officials have worked for major tech firms, managed Persian Gulf state money or helped companies conduct business overseas.
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What we learned from the final 2020 fundraising reportsTrump got a post-election fundraising surge, but he didn't pony up himself.
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The many Trump contradictions that could hurt the GOP in GeorgiaTrump has implied that there's no good way to vote in the state, and that some former allies are now foes.
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Trump and the GOP try to put the monster they created back in the cageRepublicans are launching a nascent effort to delegitimize Lin Wood and Sidney Powell, who have led calls for a potential GOP boycott of the January races.
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As the pandemic tears through California, some counties begin shutdownsThe main concern now among officials is the health-care system’s capacity.
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What you need to know about Joe Biden’s presidential inaugurationHere's what to know about President-elect Joe Biden's inauguration day, including who may attend (will President Trump be there?) and how to get tickets.
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Judges turn back claims by Trump and his allies in six states as the president’s legal effort foundersThe cascade of decisions further pummeled the Trump campaign’s hopes of using the courts to change the result of the presidential election.
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Supreme Court agrees to hear Trump effort to revive Medicaid work requirementsLower court judges who have addressed the issue said the purpose of Medicaid was to provide the needy with health benefits, not to shed those eligible for its help.
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Turns out that dishonesty is lucrativeTrump and his favorite cable-news outlets have embraced the monetization of nonsense.
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Under Biden, NOAA’s profile is set to rise as climate change takes center stageTransition team is working to set goals and identify leaders for weather, climate and oceans agency.
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The difference in how the pandemic has affected the U.S. and South Korea remains staggeringThe pandemic emerged in South Korea and the United States on the same day. The countries have since gone in different directions.
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What we learned from the final 2020 fundraising reportsTrump got a post-election fundraising surge, but he didn't pony up himself.
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Trump campaign committees spent $1.1 million at Trump properties in the last days of his losing campaignPresident Trump’s campaign and its affiliated committees spent more than $1.1 million at Trump’s own properties in the last weeks of the 2020 campaign, continuing a pattern during his presidency.
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The many Trump contradictions that could hurt the GOP in GeorgiaTrump has implied that there's no good way to vote in the state, and that some former allies are now foes.
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The covid unemployment problem moves from acute to chronicAs with the disease that spurred the recession, there's a long-haul problem with employment.
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Trump and the GOP try to put the monster they created back in the cageRepublicans are launching a nascent effort to delegitimize Lin Wood and Sidney Powell, who have led calls for a potential GOP boycott of the January races.
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Who Joe Biden is picking to fill his White House and CabinetOne of President-elect Joe Biden’s very first tasks will be filling the key positions in his White House and Cabinet.
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Giuliani boasts about finally providing evidence of fraud (which doesn’t appear to be evidence of fraud)Sean Hannity was impressed, at least.
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How Trump allies in Congress can launch one more challenge to Biden’s win in JanuaryThe effort Mo Brooks has , relying on a sometimes-confusing 1880s law, is almost certainly doomed, like the others
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Trump’s assertion that only two European nations allow mail-in votingMost European countries do not allow absentee ballots, but the president cherry-picked the data to make an outlandish claim.
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Trump raises $495 million since mid-October, including a massive haul fueled by misleading appeals about election fraudTrump has raised $207.5 million since Election Day, with a flurry of fundraising appeals focused on election integrity.
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