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Vaccine doses are scarce across America as U.K. strain emerges

Southern California has opened more sites to administer a COVID-19 vaccine that's become increasingly difficult to find. In Los Angeles County, health officials have warned that without more vaccine s...

Parler sues Amazon for pulling plug on social network

Parler is suing Amazon after the technology company booted the social network favored by the far right off its web-hosting services, claiming it's being targeted for political reasons and to reduce co...

President Trump admits to House GOP leader Kevin McCarthy that he’s partly to blame for violence at U.S. Capitol

President Trump admitted Monday that he is at least partially to blame for what transpired at the U.S. Capitol last Wednesday.

We asked a former CDC director about the coronavirus vaccine. Here’s what he said

The Food and Drug Administration has approved the emergency use of Pfizer's COVID-19 vaccine, kicking off a massive nationwide operation to get nearly 3 million doses of the vaccine to hospitals and d...

106 House Republicans back Texas challenge of election results at Supreme Court

A Republican congressional ally of President Trump solicited more than 100 of his fellow GOP lawmakers to sign on to a brief with the Supreme Court in support of a long-shot lawsuit filed by Texas see...

Investigation into Hunter Biden’s “tax affairs” began in 2018

Federal prosecutors are investigating Hunter Biden's "tax affairs," according to a statement released by the president-elect's son through the Biden-Harris transition team. Mr. Biden's son said he lea...

Texas sues over election results in battleground states Biden won

Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton has filed a last-ditch lawsuit in the Supreme Court against four key states won by President-elect Joe Biden, alleging they unlawfully enacted changes to their voting...

Ivanka Trump deposed in ongoing lawsuit alleging misused inaugural funds

Ivanka Trump was deposed on Tuesday as a part of an ongoing lawsuit from the Washington D.C. attorney general, which alleges the misuse of funds from President Donald Trump's inauguration in 2017, new...

Iran’s supreme leader vows revenge for scientist’s killing

Iran's supreme leader on Saturday called for the "definitive punishment" of those behind the killing of a scientist linked to Tehran's disbanded military nuclear program, a slaying the Islamic Republi...

Trump legal team disavows association with lawyer Sidney Powell

The Trump campaign is disavowing its association with attorney Sidney Powell after the far-fetched Trump campaign Thursday press conference when she claimed without evidence that the deceased Hugo Chá...

Biden expected to announce Tony Blinken as secretary of state

President-elect Joe Biden is expected to announce Tony Blinken, a longtime diplomat and a member of Mr. Biden's inner circle, as his secretary of state, multiple people familiar with the decision conf...

Judge dismisses Trump campaign’s latest attempt to stop certification of Pennsylvania election results

A federal judge in Pennsylvania on Saturday dismissed a lawsuit by the Trump campaign that sought to block the certification of Pennsylvania's election results. The Trump campaign said Saturday they p...

New York City to close public schools as coronavirus cases rise

New York City's public school system, the largest in the nation, will close and transition to remote learning Thursday as coronavirus cases continue to rise, officials announced Wednesday. The decisio...

Senate blocks Trump’s controversial nominee to Federal Reserve board

Washington — The Senate on Tuesday failed to advance the nomination of Judy Shelton, President Trump's controversial choice for the Federal Reserve Board of Governors, stalling her nomination to the c...

12 million Americans set to lose unemployment benefits the day after Christmas

About 12 million jobless workers around the U.S. will lose their unemployment benefits the day after Christmas, according to a new analysis. The benefits cutoff could push many households into poverty...

Top Trump coronavirus adviser tells Michigan to “rise up” against new restrictions

Washington — Dr. Scott Atlas, a close adviser to President Trump on the coronavirus pandemic, encouraged Michigan residents to "rise up" after Governor Gretchen Whitmer announced more stringent restri...

Trump acknowledges Biden victory before clarifying he’s not conceding

Washington — President Trump appeared to recognize President-elect Joe Biden as the winner of the presidential race, but quickly sought to clarify that he still has no intention of conceding the elect...

Obama says Republicans “obviously didn’t think there was any fraud going on” before Trump’s baseless claims

Former President Barack Obama said it was "disappointing" to see Republicans supporting President Trump's baseless claims that the election was rigged.

Trump says COVID-19 vaccine will be widely available by April but not to New York due to Cuomo’s restrictions

President Trump, in his first public remarks since President-elect Joe Biden was projected the winner of the election, said the COVID-19 vaccine could be widely available as soon as April, but not in ...

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