Sen. Mitt Romney (R-UT) is one of few Republican lawmakers to acknowledge President-elect Joe Biden's election win, putting him in President Donald Trump's firing line as he continues to dispute the outcome.
The Trump administration is pushing ahead with more sanctions on Iran, and the president reportedly asked for military options to strike the country's nuclear facilities.
"I know you are a bottomless pit of need, but really, dude, the rest of us have lives to lead, and we just can't pay any more attention to you," the actress and singer tweeted.
President Trump has not yet conceded defeat to former Vice President Joe Biden as he challenges election results.
The president's daughter-in-law said Trump was "just sitting back" as a legal process is played out.
Carlson said he asked Sidney Powell to produce evidence of her allegations but she was not forthcoming.
President Trump continues to push his calls of foul play in the election, insisting he would be victorious if only votes he deems to have been legally cast are counted.
The Trump campaign has so far had little success with lawsuits aimed at challenging election results.
The vice president will appear at two "Defend the Majority" events on Friday afternoon.
The senators for Utah and Nebraska join a growing list of GOP figures who have accepted Joe Biden's election victory.
"They know very well that there's nothing here and that there was no tax benefit whatsoever," Ivanka Trump wrote of the investigators in a Thursday night tweet.
Biden will break records as the oldest person to be elected president as well as the oldest sitting president in U.S. history.
Trump has accused Michigan of secretly tabulating hundreds of thousands of Biden votes late at night after voting officials realized the Democratic candidate was losing.
"You know," former President Barack Obama said, "I didn't enjoy having to call Donald Trump and congratulate him for having won the night of his election four years ago,
Tucker Carlson said that how one viewed Rudy Giuliani's Thursday press conference "depended largely on who you voted for."
"Georgia's historic first statewide audit reaffirmed that the state's new secure paper ballot voting system accurately counted and reported results," said Georgia Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger said in a Thursday statement.
President Donald Trump may attempt to sway GOP legislators to send Republican electors to cast their votes for him in states where President-elect Joe Biden was projected to be victorious.
The former baseball star and vocal conservative playfully dissed men who wear dresses and drive electric cars.
Loeffler has been the center of controversies surrounding her financial records, her comments on the Black Lives Matter movement and her support for President Donald Trump.
After signaling support for the Proud Boys, Facebook deleted the "Headstrong" band's account. Lead singer Christopher Taylor Brown wasn't happy about it.
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.
Trump tweeted that his team has a "clear and viable path to victory" despite several lawsuit losses and dismissals.
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.
Following Joe Biden's projected victory in the 2020 presidential election, Trump and his campaign filed lawsuits in several states, most of which the president lost.
The ballots, according to Giuliani, were found in Nevada, Georgia, Arizona, Georgia, Wisconsin and Michigan.
In the 16 days since November 3, Trump has appeared in public just three times—and on none of those occasions did he take reporters' questions.