Young Kim, Michelle Steel and Marilyn Strickland

Three Become First Korean-American Women Elected To Congress

GOP's Young Kim and Michelle Steel of California and Democrat Marilyn Strickland of Washington are first Korean-American women elected to Congress.


2:25President-elect Joe Biden's team will meet with vaccine makers this week, though the president is blocking their efforts.

Fauci: President Blocking COVID Task Force From Working With Biden

1:20Chad Wolf at his Senate confirmation hearing in Sept 2020
Greg Nash / AP

Immigration Advocates Cheer Judge's DACA Ruling


President-Elect Biden Expected to Pick First Woman to Run the Pentagon

1:07President Trump and John Kelly in the White House
Susan Walsh / AP

Former Trump Official Criticizes President For Blocking Transition


Thousands At 'Million MAGA March,' Unmasked And Talking Election Fraud

2:16Oregon and New Mexico are doing a two-week reset to slow the spread of the virus.
Robert F. Bukaty / AP

Oregon, New Mexico Order Business Closures Amid Worsening Pandemic

1:20Sen. Martha McSally speaks at Arizona Republican Party headquarters on Nov. 2nd
Ross D. Franklin / AP

Martha McSally Concedes Defeat To Mark Kelly In Arizona Senate Race

1:14President Donald Trump
Evan Vucci / AP

President Gives First COVID Updates Since Before Election

2:54Pennsylvania woman protests late vote counting

Fact-Checking A Trump Election Lawsuit In Pennsylvania

0:33Election worker sorts ballots
Ben Gray / AP

Hand Tally Begins In Georgia

2:20California Gov. Gavin Newsom
Renée C. Byer / The Sacramento Bee via AP

Calif. Governor Under Pressure To Name Latino To Harris' Senate Seat

0:51President-Elect Joe Biden
Carolyn Kaster / AP

Republicans Push For President-Elect Biden To Get Intel Briefings

0:27Washington, D.C.
Newsy Staff

Dueling Protests Expected in Washington, D.C. On Saturday

0:22A worker collects absentee ballots for counting in New York.
John Minchillo / AP

New York Is Still Counting Mail-In Ballots

1:37President-elect Joe Biden
Carolyn Kaster / AP

Biden Campaign Asks For $30M In Fundraising Help

1:06"Count Our Votes" sign
Gene J. Puskar / AP

Arizona Judge Hears Trump Campaign Lawsuit

0:51President Donald Trump
Evan Vucci / AP

Pres. Trump Repeats Baseless Voter Fraud Claims

7:11Graphic of Erie County, Pennsylvania, election results

Fact Vs. Friction: What We Know About USPS Worker's Fraud Claims

0:29U.S. President Donald Trump
Patrick Semansky / AP

Trump Team Soliciting Funds For Legal Fights

0:25Facebook logo on screens at the Nasdaq MarketSite
Richard Drew / AP

Facebook, Google Extend Political Ad Bans

0:30Then-Ebola coordinator Ron Klain listens as President Barack Obama speaks to the media in 2014.
Jacquelyn Martin / AP

President-elect Joe Biden Taps Ron Klain As Chief Of Staff

0:25A logo of a smartphone app TikTok is seen on a user post on a smartphone screen.
Kiichiro Sato / AP

Deadline Arrives For TikTok's U.S. Sale

0:58Arizona elections officials continue to count ballots inside the Maricopa County Recorder's Office on Nov. 6, 2020.
Matt York / AP

Arizona Attorney General Rejects Voter Fraud Claims

0:44U.S. Capitol Building
Susan Walsh / AP

Democrats Will Retain Majority In House

0:29Massachusetts Gov. Charlie Baker
Jose Luis Magana / AP

Some Republican Governors Criticize Presidential Transition Delay

0:43President Donald Trump
Patrick Semansky / AP

President Makes First Official Appearance Since Election Was Called

5:48Politics in key battleground states

Fact Vs. Friction: Could GOP Electors Impact Presidential Results?

1:45Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau speaks on the phone to President-elect Joe Biden
Twitter / Justin Trudeau

World Leaders Call Biden, Vow COVID And Climate Change Collaboration

0:31People protest conditions at immigration detention facility
Jeff Amy / AP

Migrant Women Deported After Alleging Abuse In Detention Center

1:25Officials work on ballots at the Gwinnett County Voter Registration and Elections Headquarters
John Bazemore / AP

Georgia To Recount Presidential Ballots By Hand