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Republican Party faces rage from both pro- and anti-Trump voters

Jan 13 2021

By Peter Eisler, Chris Kahn, Tim Reid, Simon Lewis and Jarrett Renshaw

Republican Party faces rage from both pro- and anti-Trump voters

Jan 13 2021

By Peter Eisler, Chris Kahn, Tim Reid, Simon Lewis and Jarrett Renshaw

Biden: Trump aides setting 'roadblocks' for his transition team

Dec 28 2020

WILMINGTON, Del./WASHINGTON (Reuters) -President-elect Joe Biden said on Monday many of America's security agencies had been "hollowed out" under President Donald Trump and the lack of information being provided to his transition team by the outgoing administration was an "irresponsibility." | Video

U.S. jobless benefit cut-off pushes millions to financial cliff-edge

Dec 27 2020

When the U.S. Congress passed a pandemic aid bill on Monday, Meghan Meyer, a single mom from Lincoln, Nebraska, thought she would get some respite from the daily struggle to feed and house her two kids during an unprecedented health and economic crisis.

Biden's Latino education secretary adds to diverse Cabinet

Dec 23 2020

WILMINGTON, Del. (Reuters) -President-elect Joe Biden added to the diversity of his incoming administration on Wednesday when he introduced Miguel Cardona as his choice for U.S. Secretary of Education.

Trump must blame Russia for cyber attack on U.S., Biden says

Dec 22 2020

WILMINGTON, Del. President-elect Joe Biden said on Tuesday he had seen no evidence that a massive cyber attack against the United States is under control and warned that the breach will not go unanswered once he takes office on Jan. 20. | Video

Biden picks Miguel Cardona as Secretary of Education as he finalizes Cabinet

Dec 22 2020

WILMINGTON, Del., Dec 22 Joe Biden was set to name Connecticut's Commissioner of Education, Miguel Cardona, as his pick for U.S. Secretary of Education, as the president-elect finalizes the process of selecting a new Cabinet ahead of taking office on Jan. 20.

Biden gets coronavirus vaccine as U.S. inoculation effort mounts

Dec 21 2020

NEWARK, Del. U.S. President-elect Joe Biden received his first injected dose of the COVID-19 vaccine live on television on Monday in an effort to boost confidence in its safety ahead of its wide distribution next year. | Video

As Trump pushes baseless fraud claims, Republicans pledge tougher voting rules

Dec 21 2020

WASHINGTON Republican state lawmakers have begun to use President Donald Trump’s baseless charges of voter fraud to push for new restrictions on voting.

U.S. foreign policy veteran Susan Rice tapped for Biden domestic policy role

Dec 10 2020

WILMINGTON, Del. U.S. President-elect Joe Biden tapped Susan Rice, a former national security adviser with significant foreign policy expertise, for a domestic policy brief on Thursday, putting an emphasis on managerial experience in his new administration.

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