Newt Gingrich defended his refusal to acknowledge Joe Biden as the president-elect in an opinion piece Monday.
The conservative former minister has previously voiced his support for Trump's reelection and furthered the sitting president's unsubstantiated voter fraud allegations.
Qualified Americans will receive another round of direct payments through the next COVID-19 relief package, which lawmakers are voting to finalize on Monday.
The outgoing attorney general said Monday he has "not seen a reason" to appoint a special prosecutor.
The video, titled "How to Steal an Election," has been viewed more than 815,000 times on Twitter as of Sunday afternoon.
The president retweeted a video of Tuberville that surfaced last week in which the senator-elect seemed to indicate his intentions to dispute the electoral vote count when Congress meets to certify it next month.
Congressional lawmakers are finalizing the terms of additional COVID-19 relief legislation on Sunday.
Kyle McGowan and Amanda Campbell, former chief and deputy chief of staff at the CDC respectively, initially spoke out about political pressure from the Trump administration last week.
The sitting president will host an event backing incumbent senatorial candidates David Perdue and Kelly Loeffler on January 4, the eve of Georgia's upcoming runoff elections.
A spokesperson from the federal agency said distribution plans will proceed according to previous agreements, but noted that estimated dosage sizes discussed during planning were different from finalized numbers.
Swedish health experts recently called for increased restrictions as cases, hospitalizations and deaths continue to rise across the country.
The federal bureau reportedly notified staff that its final holiday gathering, scheduled to take place Wednesday evening, was cancelled after the Secretary of State's possible exposure to COVID-19.
California health officials confirmed upwards of 53,000 infections on Tuesday, establishing a new daily record for the state as well as the country.
The nation recorded at least 3,019 deaths from COVID-19 between Tuesday and Wednesday, according to Johns Hopkins University's data.
If Buttigieg assumes the role, he would become the first openly gay person to serve as a cabinet secretary after receiving Senate confirmation.
The diagnostic assessment will be the first available for use without a prescription or laboratory screening requirement.
Each U.S. state will receive initial vaccine shipments based on the size of its adult population per capita.
The infectious disease expert acknowledged his projected timeline is subject to change, depending on the efficiency of early vaccine rollouts across the country and how many people choose to receive the immunization.
The former gubernatorial candidate addressed Georgia Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger's recent criticism during a Sunday appearance on CNN's 'State of the Union.'
His claims followed the Georgia Republican Party's lawsuit aiming to reduce access to ballot drop boxes ahead of January's runoff elections.
Commissioner Stephen Hahn said the FDA could not have approved Pfizer and BioNTech's COVID-19 vaccine earlier than it did, despite the sitting president's claims.
Joseph Epstein authored a 1970 Harper's Magazine essay that became a notorious example of homophobia over the next several decades.
The victim reportedly suffered head wounds as a result of the physical altercation, which took place during a rally supporting Democratic candidates Jon Ossoff and Raphael Warnock.
The U.S. Food and Drug Administration issued an emergency use authorization to Pfizer's COVID-19 vaccine on Friday night.
State law enforcement officers executed a search warrant at the data scientist's Tallahassee home early Monday morning.
The South Carolina senator discussed January's runoff elections and their implications for Congress during an appearance on "The Mike Gallagher Show."
Virus infections preceded more deaths than other leading causes in many of those states before the start of November.
The U.S. Supreme Court will hear opening statements from attorneys representing the social media company and respondents on Tuesday morning at 10 a.m. ET.
The lawsuit presents vague, unsubstantiated claims of "potentially fraudulent" votes cast in Michigan last month.
Officials will monitor hospitalization numbers in all New York state regions over the next five days and implement restrictions in areas where rates do not stabilize.