On Twitter, one of the Baldwin brothers gets in on the fun, wondering if the former New York mayor is “dyeing.”
The findings from the University of Oxford were the results of a 30-week study involving some 12,000 healthcare workers at its hospital facilities.
Gaming companies are seeing a greater appetite for their digital-only platforms, with Sony’s PlayStation 5 selling out quickly.
Maddow self-quarantined on Nov. 6 after exposure to COVID-19 but has since tested negative.
The New York Times reported that the president claimed tax-write offs that were similar to payments made to Ivanka for consulting fees.
Two canvassers in Michigan are trying to rescind a vote in favor of the election results.
A survey of some 2,000 voters found most of the respondents in favor of Trump eventually conceding the race to former Vice President Joe Biden.
Despite occasionally playing roles in films that are political in nature, Hollywood power couple Goldie Hawn and Kurt Russell say they typically keep their opinions to themselves.
Biden tells supporters Georgia’s runoff election for both Senate seats is critical for Democrats if they expect a strong start under his administration.
Barely a week in office, acting Secretary of Defense Christopher Miller has already helped the president make good on his pledges.
The city and state of New York are out more than $1 billion in tax revenue from the slump in the real estate market.
The airline said passenger levels were down nearly 70% from last year and the fourth quarter was expected to bring more challenges.
Pennsylvania strengthened its mask mandate and imposed soft border closures amid an exponential rise in COVID-19 cases.
Once cleared, pilots would need to complete flight and software training on the jumbo jet, which could take about a month.
After allegedly meddling in the Georgia vote count, Sen. Lindsey Graham’s apparent recollection of calls to state leaders seems to be the last straw for some critics.
The president-elect has several names that are set to join his team.
Contractors could get compensated if the Biden administration decides to pull the plug on Trump’s controversial U.S.-Mexico border wall.
The event’s organizer said attendees need to follow strict guidelines and prove a negative test for COVID-19.
A state voting manager said the mistake was likely one of human error, but it will not make a “substantial” difference in the outcome.
Appearing on CNN, Ohio Gov. Mike DeWine said it looked like Vice President Joe Biden is headed to the White House.