3 Big Reasons Why Biden Is Winning Over Arizona Voters

November 6, 2020 - 3:49pm EST
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Grassroots Latino voter energy, changing demographics and the urban-rural divide explain why a Democratic presidential campaign is expected to win Arizona for only a second time since the 1948.

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Joe Biden topped President Trump by nearly 7 million votes, and 74 votes in the Electoral College, but his victory really was stitched together with narrow margins in key states.

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A document filed in federal court seems to show a probe into lobbying for a pardon and a related scheme to offer payment. Large swaths of the document, including names, are blacked out.

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A recent government report called the mine safety standard regulating deadly silica dust "out of date," and difficult to enforce. The Biden administration may finally change that standard.

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The first lady reportedly isn't a big fan of the holiday tradition and her husband doesn't acknowledge he lost the election, but the White House's aesthetic aims for an old-school note.

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The attorney general elevated the U.S. attorney for Connecticut in October but didn't disclose that move until now. It likely means Durham's work will continue into the new administration.

Dec 1 - 4:16pm EST

Attorney General William Barr said federal authorities have not uncovered any widespread fraud that might have affected the outcome of the 2020 election, contradicting President Trump.

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On Tuesday, President-elect Joe Biden formally introduced six core members of his economic team. Janet Yellen will lead the team if she is confirmed as Treasury secretary.

Dec 1 - 3:51pm EST

A bipartisan group of centrist Senate and House lawmakers unveiled a $908 billion pandemic relief proposal in an attempt to break the months-long impasse over the issue on Capitol Hill.

Dec 1 - 11:53am EST

A loosely assembled group of House and Senate lawmakers released a legislative framework they hope can break the months-long impasse between party leaders and the White House on pandemic relief.