"I voted for President Trump," tweeted Louisiana Republican Senator Bill Cassidy in November, "but Joe Biden won."
The President-elect said the $908 billion aid package "wouldn't be the answer, but it would be the immediate help for a lot of things."
Roger Stone said Wednesday that if evidence that ballots were shipped to Maine by North Korean vessels was investigated, "it would be proof of foreign involvement in the election."
Many former Bernie Sanders staffers have blasted President-elect Joe Biden's Cabinet pick of Neera Tanden, who they claim would work against progressive policies. Sanders himself has remained silent on Tanden's nomination.
"Senator Johnson said that he knew and accepted the fact that Joe Biden had won," Mark Becker, a former Wisconsin Republican official, said.
More than 8 in 10 small business owners want Congress to pass a second stimulus package.
The president-elect discussed his intentions to strengthen U.S. industrial policies and better serve the needs of rural populations during an interview published in "The New York Times" on Wednesday.
"We have an obligation to assure every Georgia citizen—regardless of ideology—that free and fair elections are what distinguish our Republic from all others," the former GOP officials wrote.
73 percent of Republicans now say they expect periods of widespread unemployment or depression to take place within the next five years, up from 28 percent last month.
The president responded to Gabrial Sterling's impassioned cries by again complaining of a "rigged election" and voter fraud in Georgia.
Conspiracy theorists are sharing the story, which is based on a plagiarized report of Alexander Yuk Ching Ma's arrest.
Biden's announced he's not only bringing dogs back into the White House but a cat too. Here's a look back at other felines that used the White House as a scratching pad.
Proposals for a new round of stimulus checks have been delayed for months, held up by political deadlock in Congress and the election, and experts are skeptical about the noises being made by top decision-makers.
A new Iranian president may also be better positioned in the system to negotiate more expansively than Rouhani. Washington shouldn't be rushing to recreate a reality from 2015 that doesn't exist anymore.
The president-elect told The New York Times that "not all compromise is walking away from principle."
The president-elect told The New York Times that "we're going to fight like hell by investing in America first" to better compete with China.
As a special counsel, Durham can't be dismissed easily by the incoming Biden Administration without potential political consequences.
Warren also blamed DeVos for worsening student debt with DeVos' slowdown of an Obama-era debt relief program.
"It's been an amazing four years," President Donald Trump reportedly told Republicans gathered during a Christmas event at the White House on Tuesday night.
"We lose people in the hands of police," Representative Ilhan Omar tweeted. "It's not a slogan but a policy demand."
"I think if he would have been publicly empathetic, he would have won by a landslide," Parscale said.
Georgia voters are expressing keen interest in next month's runoffs for two U.S. Senate seats that will determine which of the two major parties will control the nation's top legislative body.
To honor the historic nomination of a woman as Secretary of Treasury, Biden says that the "Hamilton" creator should write a musical about Yellen.
Childbirth can be expensive and medically risky for many Americans. The pandemic has heightened those concerns, and the departing Administration's policies aren't helping.
The Government Accountability Office said backlogs inflated unemployment numbers during the coronavirus pandemic.
This morning, the Vice President-elect noted on Twitter that the January inauguration is 50 days away.
The last time Biden named Trump in a tweet was on November 24, when he criticized the outgoing president for failing to concede the election.
Trump criticized Governor Brian Kemp for allowing his state to be "scammed."
President Donald Trump's critics warn that even on his way out of the White House he is sowing the seeds for extremist right-wing violence.
Followers of the baseless theory have made similar claims about for Hillary Clinton and John McCain.