US East Coast faces surging rivers, tornado damage and continuing calls for rescue as Hurricane Ida batters the region with record-breaking rain as death toll climbs to 45.
The US East Coast is facing its biggest snowstorm in years, with at least 50 million people likely to be affected.
As Covid-19 vaccines start to get approval across the world, the task to airlift the much-needed doses is starting to pick up pace, giving airlines a badly needed boost.
In a rejection of the Trump campaign's arguments that the president was cheated in his November 3 reelection bid, three appeals court judges unanimously said that there was no evidence to support the allegations of unfairness.
Biden's chief of staff Ron Klain declined to say which posts the president-elect would announce, though Biden said last week he has already decided on a person for the key position of Treasury secretary.
The campaign appealed US District Judge Matthew Brann's decision to the US 3rd Circuit Court of Appeals, a day before the state's 67 counties are set to certify their results and send them to state officials.
Pennsylvania judge's decision certifies Democrat Joe Biden's victory in the state, which is scheduled to take place on Monday.
With right-wing militia group the Proud Boys also among those attending the Trump supporters' rally, a large security presence was deployed to prevent clashes with anti-Trump events outside the Supreme Court.
President-elect Joe Biden solidified his victory over Trump in the US election with a win in traditionally Republican-leaning Georgia, according to US media.
President Donald Trump continues to mount legal challenges in battleground states even as his campaign loses court rulings in Pennsylvania and Michigan. Joe Biden’s lead in Arizona is narrowing but he appears to be closing in on an overall win.
The outcome of the US presidential election hangs in the balance as the last few states continue to count ballots, including some of the most competitive battleground states where the tally could take days to complete.
The US Supreme Court has allowed election officials in two battleground states, Pennsylvania and North Carolina, to accept absentee ballots for up to nine days after Election Day.
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