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WASHINGTON (AP): President-elect Joe Biden will inherit a vulnerable economic recovery under threat from a resurgent virus, likely with a divided Congress that will hinder his ability to address the challenges.
Frustrated conservatives, bristling at perceived bias against them on Facebook Inc’s social network, have found a solution: moving to Parler, the app that reached No. 1 in downloads following Joe Biden’s win in the US presidential election.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Top Republicans in the U.S. Congress for now are supporting President Donald Trump's attempt to challenge President-elect Joe Biden's victory, but some senior aides said Trump must soon produce significant evidence or exit the stage.
WASHINGTON (Bloomberg): The US is imposing sanctions on four more people in its continuing response to China's crackdown on dissent in Hong Kong, the Treasury Department announced Monday (Nov 9).
WASHINGTON (AP): The Trump administration threw the presidential transition into tumult on Monday, with Attorney General William Barr authorising the Justice Department to probe allegations of voter fraud and President Donald Trump firing the Pentagon chief and blocking government officials from cooperating with President-elect Joe Biden’s team.
WASHINGTON: When he enters the White House in January, Joe Biden will likely stick with the Trump administration's harsh policies toward Chinese tech giants like Huawei Technologies, bowing to anti-China sentiment among U.S. lawmakers from both parties
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - President-elect Joe Biden's hopes of enacting major Democratic priorities like expanding healthcare access, fighting climate change and providing more coronavirus aid are going to hang on a pair of U.S. Senate races in Georgia in January.
WASHINGTON (AFP): US President-elect Joe Biden took the first steps Sunday (Nov 8) towards moving into the White House 73 days from now, as Donald Trump again refused to admit defeat and tried to sow doubt about the election results.
The president elect not only has to find a way to work with Republicans, he will also have to navigate the differences in a Democratic Party already looking past him.
DETROIT (Reuters) - Three days before Election Day, Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden was leaving nothing to chance. Polls showed him with a steady, but small, lead in the battleground state of Michigan, a must-win to take the White House.