While short of a concession, the president’s move paves the way for President-elect Joe Biden’s team to receive funding and security briefings, and sets in motion the steps needed for a peaceful transfer of power.
Some of the president-elects picks believe that President Trump benefited from highlighting problems that the Obama administration underplayed or failed to address, particularly the economic populism that was more widespread than they believed.
Other recent studies have also pointed to vaccine hesitancy in communities of color, but Monday’s survey delved deeper into the reasons, polling respondents on a spectrum of questions to get at the roots of their distrust.
The federal government is poised to resume garnishing the wages of hundreds of thousands of people in default on their federal student loans, in the middle of a pandemic that has thrown already vulnerable Americans into deeper financial despair.
2020 presents the opportunity for less cooking, less cleaning and less emotional labor, as the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention issued updated guidelines urging Americans not to travel or gather with people outside their household.
In an interview with the Washington Post, the former president said the divisions between the parties have grown so great that an “institutional reboot” is necessary for Congress to pass much-needed legislation.
Mr. Cordier was a key member of the French resistance, helping coordinate and unify the disparate guerrilla groups who set out to attack Nazi trains and bases to weaken, confuse and distract them in the run-up to the 1944 Allied landings at Normandy.
One of the largest awardees in a key pandemic relief operation redirected $3 million to its own nonprofit organization despite its lack of track record or capacity in delivering food to people in need, House Democrats allege.