President-elect Joe Biden’s Covid-19 task force now has access to the government agencies leading the pandemic response. Here’s the latest.
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President-elect Joseph R. Biden Jr. introduced key members of his national security team on Tuesday. Notably absent from the stage was his pick to serve as defense secretary.
Wall Street notched records, as relief settled in that the election is over and Janet Yellen will be the Treasury secretary in the next administration.
OAN, which had been warned about violating a COVID-19 misinformation policy, according to YouTube, won't be allowed to upload videos for one week.
A virtuoso jazz pianist and film composer tracks his family’s lineage through his 91-year-old grandfather from Jim Crow Florida to the Walt Disney Concert Hall.
Mary and Joel Rich display a photo of their son Seth at home in Omaha, Neb., in 2017.
More than 30 people have been charged in a scheme in which prosecutors say applicants for Coast Guard positions illegally obtained licenses.
Alabama was No. 1 in the initial rankings by the College Football Playoff selection committee.
Crews scoured an area nearly the size of Delaware, about 2,066 square miles, over 38 hours before suspending the search on Tuesday night.
Here's the latest for Tuesday, Nov. 24: Joe Biden unveils his national security team; Restaurant workers lose jobs again as virus surges anew; Dow crests a historic 30,000 points; Trump pardons Thanksgiving turkeys.
Plus: Hunting for your own turkey, ski season gets underway, and now you can go to Margaritaville — in Palm Springs.
The comedian Dave Chappelle said he asked Netflix to stop streaming “Chappelle’s Show,” and Netflix agreed.
A team surveying bighorn sheep for Utah’s wildlife agency found the strange object, 10 to 12 feet tall, embedded in the ground in a remote part of Red Rock Country. It’s probably art, officials said.
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention is urging Americans not to travel for Thanksgiving.
Deep in the Mars-like landscape of Utah's red-rock desert, a smooth, tall structure was found during a helicopter survey of bighorn sheep. (Nov. 24)
It took six weeks for the pandemic to kill 3,000 Americans. In the last week that number has been taking place every two days. Latest COVID news.
Civil servants, elected officials and judges did their jobs and protected democracy.
One America News will be unable to upload new videos to or livestream on YouTube for a week.
Ivanka Trump and Jared Kushner with two of their children in September. The couple found an occasionally awkward reception in Washington, where only 4 percent of residents voted for President Trump in 2016.
Philip Brickman was an expert in the psychology of happiness, but he couldn’t make his own pain go away.
The official managing the Pentagon's transition work with President-elect Joe Biden's landing team said that the first meeting was held virtually on Tuesday morning and that he expected daily meetings to come. (Nov. 24)
A Biden supporter talked with a Trump supporter protesting the election result in Atlanta on Nov. 7. Weeks later, Trump supporters are still trying to push for victory in Georgia.
Wisconsin Gov. Tony Evers begged people to skip Thanksgiving celebrations with anyone from outside their households as the state set a new record for COVID-19 deaths. (Nov. 24)
Police body camera caught a dramatic rescue of a woman stuck in a car right before it submerged into an Ohio river. The woman had fallen asleep on her way home from work and ended up in the Mahoning River. (Nov. 24)
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After taking "great precautions" for months, a Texas family gathered together on Nov. 1. All 12 were infected with COVID-19 and some spread it.
More U.S. schools are changing Thanksgiving lessons that focus on the English settlers but teach little about Native Americans, updating lessons to include more about the Wampanoag people, the Native Americans who attended the 1621 feast. (Nov. 24)
U.S. soldiers on patrol in Paktika Province in Afghanistan in 2008.
New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo on Tuesday unveiled a new Thanksgiving accessory for New Yorkers - a turkey face mask. (Nov. 24)
Some airlines offering cheaper flights are luring travelers, while the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention said Americans should skip Thanksgiving travel and not celebrate the holiday with people from outside their household. (Nov. 24)
The stars of the Broadway musical “Ain’t Too Proud: The Life and Times of the Temptations” taped their performance for the parade broadcast in Times Square earlier this month.
As Treasury secretary, Janet L. Yellen will be the Biden administration’s chief economic diplomat.
The Dow Jones Industrial Average broke 30,000 points Tuesday as investors were encouraged by the latest progress on developing coronavirus vaccines and news the transition of power in the U.S. to President-elect Joe Biden will finally begin. (Nov. 24)
Anne Marie Schubert, the Sacramento County district attorney, said an investigation had uncovered fraudulent claims filed under the names and Social Security numbers of inmates at every level of the corrections system.
In "Superintelligence," Melissa McCarthy plays an average woman chosen by an artificial intelligence to help decide whether humanity is worth saving or if the Earth is better off being blown to smithereens. Despite the current toxicity and divisiveness in the U.S., like her character in the film, McCarthy says she believes that most people are good. (Nov. 24)
A California judge has rejected a request from a restaurant industry group to block Los Angeles County from reinstating a ban on outdoor dining, a plan the group said would devastate businesses and workers. (Nov. 24)
More than 40,000 have fled the Ethiopian government's offensive in the defiant Tigray region. Many end up in a refugee camp in Sudan. (Nov. 24)
For their new movie about how an artificial intelligence becomes sentient and considers destroying the planet, Melissa McCarthy and Ben Falcone knew just the person to ask about plausibility: Elon Musk. (Nov. 24)
For many who grew up in the 1980s and 90s, Lisa Turtle and A.C. Slater were among the few characters of color depicted on screen. The new "Saved by the Bell" reboot takes that then-groundbreaking representation and cranks it up several notches. (Nov. 24)