The storm system is expected to stretch 1000 miles from northern Georgia all the way up to New England, and could result in freezing rain, strong winds and hazardous travel conditions particularly along the I-95 corridor.
Beverlie Seltzer claimed the multi-million dollar slip was hers. But a court ruled that the ticket belonged to the store where she worked.
"I really don't see a way out of this for many cities across the Northeast. The No. 1 ingredient: the injection of cold air," said AccuWeather forecaster Bernie Rayno.
Cities including Washington D.C. and Philadelphia will experience a wintry mix while New Jersey and southern New York State will face heavy snow.
Georgia Attorney General Christopher Carr wrote Thursday that the claims in the Texas lawsuit were "impossible to ground in legal principles and unmanageable."
On Tuesday, Pennsylvania reported its highest number of COVID-19 hospital patients since the pandemic began.
"I have no symptoms and am feeling well and I am in isolation at home," Wolf wrote in a tweet.
A spokesperson for Georgia's Republican attorney general said the Texas lawsuit is "constitutionally, legally and factually wrong."
"The unconstitutional actions and fraudulent votes in other states not only affect the citizens of those states, they affect the citizens of all states—of the entire United States," Alabama Attorney General Steve Marshall said.
"Here's Rudy Giuliani in Lansing Wednesday asking one of his witnesses if they were comfortable taking off their mask while testifying," a Michigan reporter tweeted, sharing a video clip from the crowded indoor hearing.
"All I can say is there was a clerical error in Harrisburg," Pennsylvania state Rep. Chris Quinn said after his signature was erroneously included on a letter demanding that Congress dispute President-elect Joe Biden's win.
The letter has since been removed from the Pennsylvania House Republican Caucus' website after some signees said their names were added in error.
Gig workers and self-employed individuals who did not suffer job losses directly related to the coronavrius pandemic will be issued overpayments from the state's department of labor.
Pennsylvania state Senator Doug Mastriano has opposed pandemic restrictions and criticized people wearing masks.
"If the Trump campaign doesn't stop losing, the Cleveland Browns are gonna sue them for trademark infringement," John Fetterman said.
The court was unanimous in dismissing a lawsuit from Congressman Mike Kelly and other Republicans that sought to invalidate absentee voting and halt the certification of votes.
In a series of tweets on Saturday, Trump said his team plans to challenge many more than the 81,000 votes that he lost by in Pennsylvania.
The Trump campaign paid $3 million for a partial recount in Wisconsin's Milwaukee and Dane counties.
A proposed resolution by state GOP lawmakers calls for the election certification to be withdrawn—and for the GOP-controlled state legislature to pick electors.
Circuit Judge Stephanos Bibas noted that the president's "claims have no merit."
Reacting to the ban, Trump compared the actions of Twitter with those of a communist country, and said the social network's decision could not stand.
Tom Ridge has tweeted it was a "shameful irony" that a meeting was held in Gettysburg to discuss how to overturn the election result.
In a tweet, Pennsylvania's Attorney General Josh Shapiro wrote, "The sitting president's remarks today were devoid of reality. The election is over. Pennsylvania has certified results & declared Joe Biden the winner of our Commonwealth."
President Trump on Wednesday gave his lengthiest remarks about the election since Joe Biden was declared the winner, by calling into a meeting that Pennsylvania's GOP state senators held to question the election results.
"I don't want to see this man punished like the women in Texas," John Fetterman told Newsweek in a statement, referring to Crystal Mason's 2016 case. "I don't want that for anybody."
President Donald Trump has apparently canceled plans to join his legal team in Gettysburg, Pennsylvania today for a meeting with the state's Republican senators about the election.
"I do think that Donald Trump should concede when the certifications come in," said Chistopher Ruddy, the CEO of Newsmax Media. "I would not support going to state legislators to overturn the electors."
Despite the results being certified, the Trump campaign plans to continue the battle for Pennsylvania.
A bar and tavern association acknowledged it must do its part to keep people safe, but it couldn't understand why legislators weren't providing financial help.
Taking aim at COVID, the suspension applies to all bars and restaurants on the night before Thanksgiving, one of the biggest drinking nights of the year.