The leading U.S. health expert discussed a confounding pattern of public resistance to COVID-19 mitigation measures, despite surging cases, in a new interview.
Lee Chatfield, Michigan's Republican House Speaker, discussed the state Board of Canvassers upcoming vote to determine whether it will move ahead with plans to certify election results for Joe Biden.
Dominick Black, the 19-year-old accused of supplying Rittenhouse with the gun used to fatally shoot two protesters and injure another in Kenosha last August, shared details about his friend's reaction to the shooting during a recorded police interview.
"If the President cannot prove these claims or demonstrate that they would change the election result, he should fulfill his oath to preserve, protect and defend the Constitution of the United States by respecting the sanctity of our electoral process," Cheney said in a statement.
Health experts tell Newsweek that two key factors are playing a part in the case increase in areas with mask mandates, including pandemic "fatigue."
Rudy Giuliani, former New York City mayor and current lawyer to President Donald Trump, insisted electronic ballot counting software helped Democrats "rig" the election during a Thursday press conference.
South Dakota Governor Kristi Noem continues to resist widespread public calls for increased mitigation protocols—despite skyrocketing COVID-19 cases reported throughout the state.
The latest milestone followed several weeks of increasing virus cases across the state, which faced a severe spike in transmission over the summer.
The city's test-positivity rate reached 3 percent on Wednesday, a threshold that officials previously said would prompt widespread public school closures.
"In Detroit, there are FAR MORE VOTES THAN PEOPLE. Nothing can be done to cure that giant scam. I win Michigan!" Trump tweeted Wednesday morning, soon after elections officials in Wayne County, where Detroit is located, certified results for Joe Biden.
The tweet referenced Governor Ron DeSantis' proposed "anti-mob" legislation, which critics fear would give civilian gun owners increased rights to use violence.
The North Carolina Republican, who is slated to become the youngest member of Congress after he is sworn in early next year, addressed his social media message in a new interview.
Neffenger, who previously led the Transportation Security Administration under Barack Obama, joined the Biden-Harris transition effort as an agency review team member.
A recent survey fueled concerns about how upcoming holiday events could contribute to the country's ongoing spike in COVID-19 transmission.
Governors Asa Hutchinson and Mike DeWine of Arkansas and Ohio respectively both acknowledged Joe Biden is the current president-elect.
Ron Klain, Biden's upcoming chief of staff, said the president-elect will contribute "people, money [and] resources" to support the Democratic candidates' ongoing senatorial campaigns.
Although the seven-day average fatality rate remained lower than those reported during the first few months of the pandemic, COVID-19 deaths are rising rapidly in the U.S. amid an ongoing outbreak resurgence.
A crowd gathered outside the Capitol in Atlanta on Saturday, chanting "stop the steal" after Biden was declared the state's winner.
The suit targeted election proceedings in Wayne County, where Detroit is located, and called for an audit.
Prominent political figures have launched major fundraising efforts to support their parties' senatorial candidates in Georgia ahead of the January runoffs.
Overall, the survey's results indicated that individuals ages 18 to 24 are experiencing symptoms of depression at much higher rates than they were prior to the pandemic.
The U.S. is reporting its highest 7-day average increases in confirmed COVID-19 cases this month, and medical centers in hotspot areas are struggling to meet patient demand.
The international humanitarian aid organization is seeking additional assistance from medical professionals and paramedics, as it looks to grow relief initiatives in French nursing homes and residential care facilities.
Senator Elizabeth Warren, alongside leading economists Lael Brainard and Janet Yellen, are expected frontrunners to succeed Steve Mnuchin as treasury secretary.
New York has not reported a daily increase in infections higher than 4,800 since the end of April, at the peak of its COVID-19 outbreak.
Scott Fairchild, executive director of the Democratic Senatorial Campaign Committee, argued the ongoing restrictions unduly benefit Georgia's Republican incumbent candidates for U.S. Senate.
An attorney representing Trump's campaign in one of several lawsuits challenging Pennsylvania's election results said ballot counting procedures in Montgomery County did not constitute fraud.
The top public health expert was subject to several allegations from Ingraham and White House adviser Scott Atlas on Tuesday night.
Dean Browning, a former Republican candidate to represent Pennsylvania in the U.S. House, faced scrutiny on Tuesday after posting a tweet in which he identified as a Black gay man who insisted "everything is so much better under Trump."
The outcomes of Georgia's two runoff elections in January will likely determine which party controls the U.S. Senate.