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Biden May Have Won Election Due to LGBTQ Voters, New Report Says

Biden May Have Won Election Due to LGBTQ Voters, New Report Says

By Kevin Schattenkirk | Dec 4, 2020

A new report published by the Washington Post suggests that President-elect Joe Biden may have won the 2020 election because of higher LGBTQ voter turnout.

Election Heartthrob Steve Kornacki Joins Football Night in America

Election Heartthrob Steve Kornacki Joins Football Night in America

By Kevin Schattenkirk | Dec 4, 2020

The 2020 MSNBC election correspondent and popular crush Steve Kornacki will join Football Night in America, starting this Sunday.

White House Takes Credit for Bush-Era World AIDS Day Commemoration

White House Takes Credit for Bush-Era World AIDS Day Commemoration

By Kevin Schattenkirk | Dec 4, 2020

The White House has shamelessly taken credit for honoring World AIDS Day "in a way that no president has before," according to Press Secretary Kayleigh McEnany.

Krysten Sinema in Purple Wig Steals Show at Senate Swearing-In

Krysten Sinema in Purple Wig Steals Show at Senate Swearing-In

By Kevin Schattenkirk | Dec 4, 2020

Sen. Krysten Sinema (D-Ariz.), resplendent in a purple wig and zebra striped shawl, stole the show at the swearing-in of new Democratic colleague Sen. Mark Kelly on Wednesday.

House Dems Pick Moderate, Out New Yorker to Lead Campaign Arm

House Dems Pick Moderate, Out New Yorker to Lead Campaign Arm

By Alan Fram | Dec 4, 2020

House Democrats elected centrist Rep. Sean Patrick Maloney on Thursday to lead their campaign arm into the 2022 elections, picking a lawmaker who wins in a closely divided district as they dissect why they unexpectedly lost seats in November's voting.

Trump Loves to Win but Keeps Losing Election Lawsuits

Trump Loves to Win but Keeps Losing Election Lawsuits

By Alanna Durkin Richer | Dec 4, 2020

For a man obsessed with winning, President Donald Trump is losing a lot.

Biden Adjusting Agenda to Reflect Narrow Divide in Congress

Biden Adjusting Agenda to Reflect Narrow Divide in Congress

By Alexandra Jaffe | Dec 4, 2020

President-elect Joe Biden is adjusting the scope of his agenda to meet the challenges of governing with a narrowly divided Congress and the complications of legislating during a raging pandemic.

Next for Biden: Naming a Health Care Team as Pandemic Rages

Next for Biden: Naming a Health Care Team as Pandemic Rages

By Ricardo Alonso-Zaldivar | Dec 3, 2020

Up soon for President-elect Joe Biden: naming his top health care officials as the coronavirus pandemic rages. It's hard to imagine more consequential picks.

Anti-Gay Hungarian MEP Resigns After Gay Orgy Arrest, Lockdown Violation

Anti-Gay Hungarian MEP Resigns After Gay Orgy Arrest, Lockdown Violation

By Kevin Schattenkirk | Dec 1, 2020

József Szájer has resigned from his position as Member of the European Parliament (MEP) in Brussels, representing Hungary, after being caught attending a gay orgy.

Trump Headed to Georgia as Turnout Driver, but Also a Threat

Trump Headed to Georgia as Turnout Driver, but Also a Threat

By Bill Barrow and Alan Fram | Dec 1, 2020

Some establishment Republicans are sounding alarms that President Donald Trump's conspiratorial denials of his own defeat could threaten the party's ability to win a Senate majority and counter President-elect Joe Biden's administration.

Elisa Crespo Could Become First Trans NYC Council Member

Elisa Crespo Could Become First Trans NYC Council Member

By Kevin Schattenkirk | Nov 30, 2020

Elisa Crespo is running to become the first trans woman on the New York City Council.

Biden Chooses an All-Female Senior White House Press Team

Biden Chooses an All-Female Senior White House Press Team

By Alexandra Jaffe and Andrew Taylor | Nov 30, 2020

President-elect Joe Biden will have an all-female senior communications team at his White House, reflecting his stated desire to build out a diverse White House team as well as what's expected to be a return to a more traditional press operation.

Jill Biden, Joe's Chief Protector, to Step Up as First Lady

Jill Biden, Joe's Chief Protector, to Step Up as First Lady

By Laurie Kellman | Nov 29, 2020

Protecting Joe stands out among Jill Biden's many roles over their 43-year marriage, as her husband's career moved him from the Senate to the presidential campaign trail and the White House as President Barack Obama's vice president.

Will Trump Pardon 'Tiger King' Joe Exotic?

Will Trump Pardon 'Tiger King' Joe Exotic?

By Kilian Melloy | Nov 29, 2020

Amid speculation that President Trump will grant numerous pardons before exiting the White House, one name stands out: Openly gay former zoo owner Joe Exotic, the subject of the recent docuseries "Tiger King."

High Court Takes Up Census Case, as Other Count Issues Loom

High Court Takes Up Census Case, as Other Count Issues Loom

By Mike Schneider and Mark Sherman | Nov 28, 2020

President Donald Trump's attempt to exclude people living in the country illegally from the population count used to divvy up congressional seats is headed for a post-Thanksgiving Supreme Court showdown.

One Pandemic, Two Different Worlds in Georgia Runoff Races

One Pandemic, Two Different Worlds in Georgia Runoff Races

Nov 28, 2020

Each party has a pool of potential voters approaching 2.5 million. It's just a matter of which side can coax more to cast ballots in a second round.

Biden's Win Hides a Dire Warning for Democrats in Rural U.S.

Biden's Win Hides a Dire Warning for Democrats in Rural U.S.

By Thomas Beaumont | Nov 27, 2020

Democrats once dominated Koochiching County in the blue-collar Iron Range of northern Minnesota. But in this month's presidential election, President Donald Trump won it with 60% of the vote.

They're Baaack: Trump and Allies Still Refuse Election Loss

They're Baaack: Trump and Allies Still Refuse Election Loss

By Colleen Long, Alanna Durkin Richer and Zeke Miller | Nov 26, 2020

Trump's baseless claims have a way of coming back. And back. And back.

Biden's Diverse Staff Picks Include Out Social Secretary

Biden's Diverse Staff Picks Include Out Social Secretary

By Kilian Melloy | Nov 25, 2020

Among the diverse staff picks made so far by President-elect Joe Biden is Carlos Elizondo, whom Biden has chosen for the role of White House social secretary.

'America is Back': Biden Pushes Past Trump Era with Nominees

'America is Back': Biden Pushes Past Trump Era with Nominees

By Alexandra Jaffe, Matthew Lee and Aamer Madhani | Nov 25, 2020

Declaring "America is back," President-elect Joe Biden introduced his national security team, his first substantive offering of how he'll shift from Trump-era "America First" policies by relying on experts from the Democratic establishment.

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