With a slim majority in the House next year, Congress' most liberal current and incoming lawmakers flexed their newfound power and issued a warning shot to the president-elect.
If Joe Biden raises student loan forgiveness to $20K, millions more borrowers would be free of the crushing federal education debt.
The report pointed to 12 companies—dubbed the "Delinquent Dozen"—that it said have driven "exploding inequality" in American society.
"[The vaccine] is not a silver bullet. What we need is we need surveillance to be stronger, we need public health measures," Moderna CEO Stéphane Bancel said on Thursday.
If there's one takeaway from the 2020 election, it's that, despite the aggressive support it received from donors, elected officials, candidates for office and the mainstream media, progressivism is on the decline.
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.
The left doesn't really speak to Republicans and independents. But the all-important Georgia run-offs are a custom-made job for Never-Trumpers.
"It should go without saying that someone who advised DuPont on how to avoid regulations is not someone we want advising this new administration," Brockovich wrote.
The conservative news network's CEO tweeted that President-Elect Joe Biden "should be working on a way to clear all the charges he faces" for voter fraud, despite the fact that most claims about voter fraud have been debunked.
The ballots, according to Giuliani, were found in Nevada, Georgia, Arizona, Georgia, Wisconsin and Michigan.
As of Thursday morning, Trump has received 73.6 million popular votes and counting, or 47.2 percent, giving him the most votes of any sitting president in U.S. history.
Singapore Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong said Monday that his country's inclusion in President-elect Joe Biden's proposed "coalition of democracies" was not "on the cards."
The groups reminded the president-elect that he supported forgiving up to $10,000 in student loans as part of a coronavirus relief package.
Student Loans Justice, a grassroots organization, started the Change.org petition to call for student loan debt to be forgiven via executive order.
"The recount is going great. It's tracking exactly right," Georgia's Voting Systems Implementation Manager Gabriel Sterling said.
Bill Clinton praised Joe Biden and discussed the president-elect's China challenge at this week's Bloomberg New Economy Forum.
The Wisconsin Elections Commission held an ill-tempered discussion on how to conduct a recount in the state.
President Donald Trump has criticized the "lamestream media" for declaring Joe Biden the victor and continued his claims of foul play.
Biden has said celebrations should be limited, with the number of people involved capped due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
"Maybe we ought to put the people who ran Operation Warp Speed in charge of counting the ballots in Georgia," Rep. Matt Gaetz (R-Fla.) said.
Michael Cembalest, chairman of market and strategy at JPMorgan, said the president only needs to "reverse or impede" three states to win.
While results are still outstanding from some voting districts, many media outlets have projected a victory for President-elect Joe Biden.
The President-elect vowed to prioritize a stimulus deal after his inauguration.
Two of the top choices to fill the high-profile position of press secretary in President-elect Joe Biden's administration are Black women, spotlighting for Democrats and activists how significant it would be for the White House to have its first African-American press secretary.
Now that Democrats aren't unified in their fight against President Donald Trump, moderates and progressives are fighting within their party for their policies.
While some economists believe student loan cancellation would benefit many Americans and boost the economy, others question whether it's the best approach to address economic disparities.
"This thing will work itself out. It always has," the South Carolina Republican said.
"There's a whole lot of things that we just don't have available to us," the president-elect told front-line health care workers.