People and politicians have reached the "bargaining" stage of the pandemic.
Chris Krebs fact-checked false claims the president made during a 46-minute Facebook rant.
The state's Supreme Court sent the case to the lower courts without deciding on the merits of Trump's claims.
“I’m not great but I’m not dying or anything,” said the co-host of "The Five."
The MSNBC host's warning came amid a record daily death toll from the pandemic.
The president-elect also said "more than several" Republican lawmakers had called to congratulate him privately, even if they've avoided doing so in public.
The vice president-elect won't be calling Doug Emhoff by his official title, she told CNN's Jake Tapper.
Advocacy groups hope the state will repair the reputation it earned after 2016's "bathroom bill" controversy, but more battles lie ahead.
An investigation into an alleged bribery-for-pardons scheme reportedly scrutinized a lawyer for Jared Kushner and a top Trump campaign fundraiser.
One Twitter user quipped that "this tweet about fraud has been proven to be fraud."
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