Biden to begin receiving classified Presidential Daily Briefings
The briefing is a significant step towards transferring responsibility for national security from the Trump administration to Biden's.
Mercer family dramatically scaled back giving to conservative causes heading into 2020
The Mercer family's contributions to conservative causes dropped by about 90% in the buildup to the 2020 election.
Texas hospitals prepare to administer Covid vaccine shots in less than three weeks
"I didn't expect to get vaccine so soon, frankly," chief clinical officer of UT Health Dr. Amy Young said. "We'll be ready for it whenever we get it."
Biden's foreign policy team lays out a national security vision that differs sharply from Trump's
The event gave Americans their first opportunity to hear directly from the nominees, who have decades of experience but are not necessarily household names.
What Biden's student loan forgiveness plan means for borrowers
Student loan borrowers hoping for forgiveness were given some hope with the election of Joe Biden. Here's what the president-elect's plan would do.
DoorDash releases S-1 for IPO, reports $149M in losses through September
DoorDash has the lead in U.S. market share for food delivery. filed its IPO prospectus with the Securities and Exchange Commission. reported $1.9 billion in revenue for the nine months ended Sept. 30 and a net loss of $149 million. Its last private valuation was $16 billion, and it has raised $2.5 billion.
Pompeo ignores Biden victory, vows 'smooth transition' to second Trump term
Secretary of State Mike Pompeo ignored Joe Biden's victory and claimed there will be a "smooth transition" to a second Trump term.
Covid vaccine: Pfizer says drug more than 90% effective in preventing infection
Dr. Albert Bourla, chairman and CEO of Pfizer, hailed the development as a "great day for science and humanity."
Postal Service data shows poor mail-in ballot delivery rate in key swing states, judge suggests Postmaster General DeJoy might have to testify
The states include Georgia, Pennsylvania, Michigan, North Carolina and Wisconsin, battlegrounds in the contest betweent President Trump and Joe Biden.
Girl Scouts deletes social media congratulations to Amy Coney Barrett on Supreme Court seat after angry backlash
The appointment of Amy Coney Barrett to the Supreme Court by President Donald Trump to replace Ruth Bader Ginsburg has made his re-election campaign against Joe Biden even more contentious.
Coronavirus stimulus update: Pelosi says relief deal with Mnuchin getting closer
Nancy Pelosi and Steven Mnuchin will talk Tuesday afternoon as they try to reach a coronavirus stimulus agreement before Election Day.
Coronavirus stimulus update: Pelosi, Mnuchin make progress in relief bill talks
Nancy Pelosi and Steven Mnuchin are trying to reach a coronavirus stimulus deal ahead of the 2020 election.
Democrats and Republicans dismiss Trump's coronavirus stimulus offer
Congress has failed to pass new aid for months as the coronavirus continues to spread across the country and economic recovery slows.
Top Military Leaders Self-quarantining After Positive Coronavirus Test At Pentagon
Last week, Coast Guard Vice Commandant Charles Ray participated in meetings at the Pentagon, some of which included members of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, the nation's top military leaders.
Stock Market Today: Dow Closes More Than 300 Points Lower After Trump Calls Off Stimulus, Causing Sudden Drop In Stocks
Stocks were lower after President Donald Trump instructed White House officials to halt negotiations on further coronavirus stimulus.
Facebook Rebuts 'The Social Dilemma,' Popular Netflix Documentary
Facebook argues that the documentary-drama that quickly gained popularity for its critical look of tech platforms "buries the substance in sensationalism."
Koch Network Campaign For Support Trump Supreme Court Nominee
The Koch linked group, Americans for Prosperity (AFP), moved ahead with what will likely be an expansive and expensive campaign to help push Trump's nominee through the Senate.
Cramer Says Trump Administration Will Approve Oracle-TikTok Deal Tuesday
Oracle had been a dark horse in the competition over TikTok, with Microsoft emerging as the first known bidder.
Kamala Harris' Business Allies Kick Off Fundraising Blitz For Biden
Harris is slated to be featured in a virtual fundraiser headed by several Hollywood titans, including J.J. Abrams and Ryan Murphy.
Microsoft Warns Court That Apple Blocking Epic Will Hurt Games Business
Microsoft has stepped into the brewing legal battle between Apple and Epic Games over the former's policies with regard to its ubiquitous App Store.
House Passes Bill To Put $25 Billion Into USPS And Reverse Changes Amid Uproar
Nancy Pelosi called the House back to vote on the USPS bill amid an uproar over mail slowdowns and potential mail-in ballot issues.
Democrats Rack Up Fundraising Windfall During The DNC
The virtual Democratic National Convention led to a windfall in contributions to Democrats up and down the ballot, suggesting a surge in enthusiasm for presidential nominee Joe Biden and his running mate, Sen. Kamala Harris.
Former Trump Advisor Steve Bannon Arrested On Charges Of Defrauding Donors In Fundraising Scheme
Former senior White House strategist Steve Bannon and three associates were arrested on charges of defrauding donors in a fundraising scheme for their "We Build the Wall" campaign.
GOP And Trump Ties Run Deep On The U.S. Postal Service's Board Of Governors
Many of the USPS board members have business, campaign or legal ties to President Trump and his allies.
Oracle Is In Talks To Acquire TikTok's U.S. Operations, Source Says
Oracle is in talks to acquire TikTok's U.S., Canadian, Australian and New Zealand operations, challenging Microsoft, according to a source familiar with the matter.
Biden Super PAC Hosting Convention Pre-show For Donors With Mary Trump
A pro-Biden super PAC is hosting a series of virtual convention pre-shows for their donors and one of the featured guests is President Donald Trump's niece, Mary Trump.
More Than 1,200 Amazon Delivery Drivers Laid Off
Amazon delivery partners in states across the country are closing facilities and laying off employees, even as its delivery program continues to grow.
Coronavirus Stimulus: Kudlow Says Trump Won't Accept Voting Rights Plans
Kudlow's comments about voting rights fueled fears that Trump would suppress efforts to make it easier to vote during the coronavirus pandemic.
New York NRA Lawsuit: AG James Accuses Gun Group Execs Of Self-dealing
According to the lawsuit, the senior leadership of the NRA squandered millions in donations on personal trips, private jets and expensive meals.
Amazon, Apple, Google And Amazon Emails: Most Revealing Antitrust Finds
The internal emails from Amazon, Apple, Facebook and Google reveal a rare look into how the giants approached acquisitions and other competitive issues over the years.
Former Clients Of Acting Homeland Security Chief Chad Wolf Get Millions In DHS Contracts
Wolf, who became the acting chief of the department late last year, was a lobbyist for over a decade at Wexler & Walker before he took leadership roles with DHS under President Donald Trump.
Coronavirus Stimulus Bill Updates: White House Increases Unemployment Offer
Democrats and the White House are struggling to reach a coronavirus stimulus deal, but they seem to be moving closer on unemployment insurance.
Vulnerable GOP Senators Offer More Generous Unemployment Plan Than Their Party Proposed
Mitt Romney, Susan Collins and Martha McSally are proposing a bigger unemployment insurance extension than Senate Republicans previously did.
Coronavirus: Republican Senators Push For $25 Billion In Additional Airline Job Aid As Virus Continues To Hit Demand
A push for $25 billion in additional aid to protect airline jobs through the end of March gained steam with the backing from Republican senators.
Trump, Company Could Be Under Investigation For Fraud, Manhattan DA Vance Reveals
Manhattan DA Cyrus Vance Jr. urged a judge to dismiss President Donald Trump's latest effort to prevent prosecutors from getting the president's tax returns and other records from his accountants.
Eastman Kodak's Top Executive Reportedly Got Trump Deal Windfall On An 'understanding'
Eastman Kodak on Monday granted its executive chairman options for 1.75 million shares as the result of what a person familiar with the arrangement described as an "understanding" with its board that had previously neither been listed in his employment contract nor made public.
Koch Network Restarts Canvasing For GOP Candidates Despite Coronavirus
A political network largely funded by billionaire Charles Koch is reactivating its ground game in support of five GOP Senate candidates, even as the coronavirus continues to spread.
Microsoft TikTok Deal May Not Be Strategic, But A Good Deal Anyway
Microsoft is in talks to acquire TikTok U.S. While the deal doesn't further Microsoft's mission of servicing enterprise customers, it may be too good of an opportunity to pass up.
Senate HEALS Act Proposes Another $1,200 Stimulus Check
Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell announced the HEALS Act Monday night, a $1 trillion coronavirus stimulus package that includes an additional $1,200 economic impact payment, among other aid.
AOC's Viral Speech Hits Home For Many Other Women In Politics And Business
Following Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez's powerful response to Rep. Ted Yoho, several other women in politics have come forward about their experiences of dealing with sexism and violent comments.
Lawsuit Accuses Former Fox News Reporter Ed Henry Of Rape
The lawsuit comes three weeks after Fox News fired Ed Henry for what the network said was sexual misconduct. The suit names as defendants Fox News, Henry, Sean Hannity, Tucker Carlson and Howard Kurtz.