Vice President-elect Kamala Harris is the latest elected official to publicly get vaccinated for COVID-19—a move meant to ensure public confidence in the newly-developed vaccines.
"We are seeing turnout rates that are incredible for the state of Georgia," the Democratic activist and organizer said.
Mayor London Breed called the appointment of Alex Padilla to fill Harris' Senate seat a "real blow" to the African American community.
It's still very unclear whether the @POTUS account under Biden will be reset back to zero followers or if he will retain all of Trump's followers.
"I'm honored, man. And I'm humbled. Because of them. I can't tell you how many pancakes my dad flipped or eggs he scrambled trying to provide for us. And the many, many years of my mom cleaning houses, doing the same thing," Padilla told Newsom, his voice trembling.
Democrats Raphael Warnock and Jon Ossoff are ahead in the high-stakes Georgia runoff races that will determine which party controls the Senate.
The returns from major public investments are huge. The costs of not making them are astronomical.
Joe Biden's reaction to "defund the police" after the election angered activists and has put a spotlight on the form police reform efforts should take with Democrats nervous about possible political blowback moving forward.
"It is within our power to change the course of the history of this country," the vice president-elect told Georgians at a drive-in rally.
"I'm sure all Americans are excited to see me, the guy who let COVID spread everywhere, get one of the first vaccines," Beck Bennett's Mike Pence said in the cold open.
Congress will met on January 6 to count the electoral votes, with some Republicans planning to object to the president-elect's win.
"I don't understand the hesitation," the vice president-elect told "Good Morning America." "The people are suffering."
Florida Governor Ron DeSantis said that referring to Joe Biden as the President-elect was "not for me to do."
"Keep Sasha Obama's name out of your damn mouth," she tweeted on Sunday evening.
"This story would never have been written about a man," Doug Emhoff said.
And 2020 also marks the first time that a president-elect and vice president-elect have shared the Person of the Year title.
Time has been naming the year's most influential people since it chose aviator Charles Lindbergh in 1927.
Also among the top five were North Korean Supreme Leader Kim Jong Un at number two, Kenosha police-shooting victim Jacob Blake at number four and NASCAR driver Ryan Newman.
The 10 most liked and most-retweeted tweets of 2020 included a 10-second video of a sock puppet "eating" cars visible from an apartment window.
"This accomplished team of leaders will bring the highest level of integrity, scientific rigor, and crisis-management experience to one of the toughest challenges America has ever faced," Biden said.
Chris Krebs pointed out that Republicans have set a double standard, as they've "accepted their outcomes and their races" in the House of Representatives.
Harris was asked by CNN how she would refer to her husband Doug Emhoff who will become the first male spouse of the vice president.
Many Democratic politicians tweeted their support for the New York judge's DACA ruling on reinstating the program.
The hats are not affiliated with the Biden-Harris campaign but are instead sold by a private Amazon seller.
This morning, the Vice President-elect noted on Twitter that the January inauguration is 50 days away.
Kayleigh McEnany claimed Biden-Harris administration will not have the first all female senior communications team as Trump and Pence already do.
"We're working with the Biden administration—likely administration—on both the transition and the inauguration as if we're moving forward," said Senator Roy Blunt of Missouri.
Virginia Congressman Denver Riggleman responded to a tweet that said that he and other Republicans were "responsible for this corrupt election" in which Donald Trump lost.
"I want to see where the process leads to, what it produces," said the South Carolina lawmaker. "But so far it's not good."
Kamala Harris says she always turns to cooking in difficult times, sharing one of her family's favourite Thanksgiving recipes on Twitter.