More than 50 former intelligence officials signed a letter casting doubt on the provenance of a New York Post story on the former vice president's son.
POLITICOMore than 50 former senior intelligence officials have signed on to a letter outlining their belief that the recent disclosure of emails allegedly belonging to Joe Biden’s son “has all the classic earmarks of a Russian information operation.”
The subpoenas would require the tech moguls to testify on the alleged "suppression and/or censorship" of the New York Post reporting.
POLITICOThe Senate Judiciary Committee postponed plans to vote on subpoenas to compel the CEOs of Twitter and Facebook to testify on allegations of anti-conservative bias after some panel Republicans expressed reservation about the maneuver
The infectious disease expert spoke frankly about the president’s pandemic response in a “60 Minutes” interview over the weekend.
POLITICOPresident Trump attacked Dr. Anthony Fauci and his administration’s other public health officials as “idiots” in a fiery call with his campaign staff today, even musing about potentially firing the nation’s top infectious disease expert
'We won't be back to normal until probably the spring term of 2022' — Classrooms aren't the problem
POLITICOWe asked University of Arizona President Robert Robbins — a heart surgeon and former Texas health executive — to discuss his school's Covid-19 fight, worries about Halloween parties and the potential for a campus-wide coronavirus vaccine mandate politico.com/newsletters/we…pic.twitter.com/TgSjgIUQ0x
Public Safety Minister Bill Blair announced Monday that Canada will extend the border restrictions until Nov. 21.
POLITICOCanada is keeping its land border with the United States closed to nonessential travel for another month as the Trudeau government expresses concerns about coronavirus caseloads south of the frontier
The GOP megadonors gave to Preserve America, a new anti-Biden super PAC that suddenly became one of the biggest 2020 spenders last month.
POLITICOPreserve America, which has quickly become one of the top-spending super PACs in the presidential race, has one primary funder: Sheldon and Miriam Adelson. The couple gave $75 million, roughly 90 percent of its funding.
The move by Pfizer continues the company's push to publicly distance itself from the presidential race.
POLITICOPfizer will not seek an emergency authorization for its coronavirus vaccine until after the election, the final blow to President Donald Trump's repeated pledges to make a shot available before Americans cast votes
"I think it's just Mickey Mouse stuff that, you know, has serious kind of effects," the former governor said.
POLITICOFormer California Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger said Thursday night that the state Republican Party is "off the rails" and doing a "stupid thing" by placing unauthorized ballot boxes in counties with battleground congressional districts
The president wouldn't say whether he was tested for coronavirus before the first debate.
POLITICOTrump tonight refused to denounce QAnon, saying he doesn’t know whether there is a secret government cabal of pedophiles as the theory claims.
“I know nothing about QAnon,” he said. “I do know that they are very much against pedophilia. I agree with that”
Graham's opponent in the S.C. Senate race had quickly seized on the remark.
POLITICOSen. Lindsey Graham clarified that he was being sarcastic this morning when he referred to the “good old days of segregation” during the Barrett confirmation hearing.
"It blows my mind that any rational person could believe that about me,” he said. politi.co/33XiLMCpic.twitter.com/yunDs3agFd