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WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Republican state lawmakers have begun to use President Donald Trump’s baseless charges of voter fraud to push for new restrictions on voting.
The conversation taking place on the verified social media accounts of two US senators remained vulnerable to manipulation, even amid heightened scrutiny in the run up to the US presidential election, an investigation found.
(Reuters) - President Donald Trump's campaign said on Sunday it would again ask the U.S. Supreme Court to overturn results from the Nov. 3 election, its latest long-shot effort to subvert the electoral process and sow doubt over the legitimacy of President-elect Joe Biden's victory.
SAN FRANCISCO (Reuters) - Microsoft Corp said on Thursday it found malicious software in its systems related to a massive hacking campaign disclosed by U.S. officials this week, adding a top technology target to a growing list of attacked government agencies.
THE Health Ministry received more than 43,000 calls via its psychosocial support hotline since the movement control order was introduced on March 18 right up to Dec 1, involving various issues due to emotional stress.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) -White House national security adviser Robert O'Brien on Tuesday cut short a European trip and returned to Washington to deal with a suspected Russian cyber hack, a senior administration official said.
ATLANTA (Reuters) - Hours after speaking with Republican Senator Mitch McConnell and vowing to try to work together, President-elect Joe Biden urged Georgians on Tuesday to oust McConnell as majority leader by electing the two Democratic candidates in Jan. 5 Senate runoffs.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - President Donald Trump is leaving the White House but he is not going to fade away quietly.
HONG KONG (AFP): Asian markets fell across the board Tuesday (Dec 15) as surging virus infections force governments to impose tighter containment measures, trumping the rollout of vaccines in the US and Britain, while the pound held gains on hopes for a post-Brexit trade deal.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Several senior Republican U.S. senators on Monday acknowledged Democrat Joe Biden as the country's president-elect after the Electoral College affirmed his victory, and rejected the idea of overturning the 2020 presidential election in Congress.