With Joe Biden taking over the establishment steps back In, Trump pardons issues pardons to friends and supporters, and some inauguration trivia.
President Trump impeached by the House for second time, criminal charges proliferate against members Capitol mob, and young Montana girl writes letter to officer injured in Capitol riots.
President Trump pressured Georgia Secretary of State to ‘find’ votes, things to know about Congress and electoral votes, and Philadelphia cook drops pizzas out his window for charity.
Trump signs relief and government funding bill into law, Nashville bombing suspect Anthony Quinn Warner died in explosion, and what to do with your old Christmas tree.
Congress passes Covid-19 relief, top Treasury Department officials were targeted by the massive cyberattack and the new role for dads during Covid quarantines.
Lawmakers near relief deal with second round of stimulus checks, do Americans trust the vaccine, and drinking red wine and eating cheese could reduce cognitive decline.
Joe Biden officially captures enough electoral votes to win the presidency, William Barr to resign as Attorney General, and Florida man pays neighbors’ utility bills for 2nd straight Christmas.
U.S. nears final vaccine review as daily national deaths top 3,250, Facebook hit with antitrust lawsuits, and Florida sheriff deputies deliver meals to kids doing virtual school.
First person in the world given Pfizer’s vaccine, Georgia again certifies Joe Biden’s win, and here’s your guide to holiday tipping during the pandemic.
U.S. sets single-day records for pandemic cases, President-Elect Joe Biden to suggest 100 days of masks after inauguration, and youth vaping rates have plunged during lockdown.