"At this hour, my friends, democracy has prevailed," President Joe Biden says in his inaugural address after being sworn-in.
1
"The Court received a bomb threat, the building and grounds were checked out, and the building is not being evacuated," a spokesperson said.
6
A sworn affidavit from an FBI agent says that Parler provided information that helped agents identify, locate, and arrest a Proud Boys supporter.
3
On a Daily Beast podcast, Hogue discussed Roe v. Wade, which legalized abortion in the US and afforded women a constitutional right to the procedure.
3
President Donald Trump's abrupt call for increased direct payments to Americans could help to sway the Georgia vote.
6
Trump called Biden a "Fake President" and said the US election "was the election of a third world country," alleging millions of "corrupt" votes.
6
A year into the coronavirus pandemic, more than 78 million people have gotten COVID-19. Here are some of 2020's most powerful images.
1
President Donald Trump lost the election to President-elect Joe Biden more than a month ago and is still filing new election lawsuits.
10
"Instead of playing the victim, start answering simple questions about what you've said and who you've associated yourself with," Loeffler replied.
3
"I am pro-life, and unapologetically so," Ivanka Trump said days ahead of an election that will determine whether her father is reelected president.
Business Insider talked to half a dozen Democratic strategists and pollsters about their fears for election week.
Amy Coney Barrett's elevation to the Supreme Court means that the more conservative justices can out-vote its occasional swing justice.
Some of the president's strongest support in the state comes from Cuban-Americans and Latino evangelicals, many of whom support limited government.
"White evangelicals will wait for the stimulus package. It pales in comparison to getting the Supreme Court justice," an expert told Insider.
Confirming Amy Coney Barrett to the Supreme Court before the election could free Catholic voters to not vote single-issue.
While it's unlikely for this election to be decided in the Supreme Court, the Justices' opinions signaled how they may rule on future consequential cases.
"Our president of the United States retweeted a post that claimed the Navy SEALs didn't actually kill Bin Laden. Think about that," Obama said.
"After the election, we'll get the best stimulus package you've ever seen," Trump said Tuesday at a Pennsylvania rally.
Critics believe that the court's conservative majority could deal devastating blows to healthcare, climate reform, and abortion rights.
Donald Trump keeps pumping out the insults, and Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez just keeps knocking them right back at him.At a campaign rally Monday in Lititz, Pennsylvania, the president tossed out some of his go-to attacks against the progressive lawmaker and her proposals to combat climate change.“A great student of the environment — I don’t think she ever took an environmental course in college,” he said. “She did go to college, right?”Ocasio-Cortez, who graduated from Boston University with degrees in economics and international relations, argued that plenty of people without a college education could run the country better than Trump has. She slammed him and his fellow Republicans for their elitist attitude toward people without degrees, such as food service workers, calling it “classist & disgusting.”She also pointed out that as college tuition continues to rise, degrees begin to measure privilege more than competence.I could say yes, but who cares? Plenty of people without college degrees could run this country better than Trump ever has.As much as GOP cry about “elites,” they’re the ones who constantly mock food service workers, people w/o degrees, etc as dumb. It’s classist & disgusting. https://t.co/t4FepwyeGl— Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (@AOC) October 26, 2020I’ve hired people w/o degrees who have done incredible, effective, & strategic work.The more college costs soar, the more degrees become a measure privilege than competence. Our country would be better off if we made public colleges tuition-free & cancelled student loan debt.— Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (@AOC) October 26, 2020Trump persistently goes after Ocasio-Cortez and her progressive House colleagues in the so-called “Squad”: Ayanna Pressley, Ilhan Omar and Rashida Tlaib.At the presidential debate last week, he claimed that they “know nothing about the climate,” prompting Twitter responses from all four women. Pressley joked that they live in Trump’s head “rent free.” And Ocasio-Cortez, who worked as a bartender prior to taking office, said that three years ago she would have been gobsmacked if someone told her “an unhinged President of the United States would be repeatedly saying my name at the 2020 debate.”In her first term, Ocasio-Cortez has been a leading voice in Congress on the fight for environmental justice. Earlier this year, she served as co-chair of Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden’s climate proposal task force. And in 2019, she and Sen. Ed Markey introduced the wide-ranging set of policy proposals known as the Green New Deal.Trump often brings up Ocasio-Cortez and the Green New Deal at his rallies and frequently attacks her education when doing so. She almost always claps back. Related... Ex-Trump Officials Line Up Against Him In Damning New Republican Ad Everything You Need To Know About Amy Coney Barrett Sacha Baron Cohen Reveals How That Infamous Giuliani/Borat Stunt Almost Went Wrong
More

Top