Biden Says Trump Refusal To Accept Election Result Isn't Affecting Transition

November 11, 2020 - 7:20am EST
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Joe Biden is taking steps to form a government. He says he's confident his transition to the White House will move forward, despite President Trump's refusal to accept the outcome of the election.

Dec 2 - 6:25am EST

The president wants Congress to repeal Section 230 of the 1996 Communications Decency Act, a provision that provides legal protection for tech companies.

Dec 2 - 5:05am EST

A bipartisan group of lawmakers is hoping to break the logjam that's been holding up pandemic relief in Congress. The clock is ticking for millions of people whose aid will expire later this month.

Dec 2 - 5:00am EST

Presidential children and grandchildren are often shielded from the public eye, but that's changing. Joe Biden's grandchildren and Kamala Harris' stepchildren have their own personas on social media.

Dec 2 - 5:00am EST

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.

Dec 1 - 9:25pm EST

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.

Dec 1 - 5:28pm EST

A recent government report called the mine safety standard regulating deadly silica dust "out of date," and difficult to enforce.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.

Dec 1 - 5:08pm EST

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.

Dec 1 - 4:19pm EST

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.