Trump Administration Clears Way For Biden Transition
The GSA administrator said her agency would move forward with transition proceedings.
The announcement yesterday means the General Services Administration will release millions of dollars in funding for Biden's transition to the white House.
Yesterday, Emily Murphy — the GSA administrator — said her agency would move forward with transition proceedings. Previously, she refused to recognize Biden as the President-elect.
In a letter to Biden, Murphy wrote quote, "Please know that I came to my decision independently, based on the law and available facts. I was never directly or indirectly...
Pressured by any executive branch official .... including those who work at the white house or GSA .... with regard to the substance or timing of my decision."
Retired NYPD Officer Sentenced 10 Years For Role In Jan. 6 Riot
Thomas Webster — a 20-year New York Police Department veteran — was convicted of all six counts in his indictment, including assault on an officer.
Judge Delays Gov. Kemp's Testimony In Georgia Election Probe
A Fulton County Superior Court judge ruled that Georgia Gov. Brian Kemp doesn't have to testify until after the November midterm elections.
Jan. 6 Panel To Share 20 Transcripts With Justice Department
It remains unclear whether prosecutors might seek to bring criminal charges against Trump, who denies any wrongdoing.
Nashville police release video of shooter entering school
The suspect is seen passing a playground and shooting through glass doors to get inside The Covenant School.
Disney to begin laying off 7,000 employees
The cuts affect several divisions of the company, including Disney Entertainment, ESPN, and Disney Parks, Experiences and Products.
Twitter will soon only recommend tweets from verified users
Twitter is attempting to bolster its $8-a-month Twitter Blue service as it ends unpaid verification.