Politics Nov 25With U.S. in COVID-19 panic, Georgia Sen. Perdue saw stock opportunity
Republican Sen. David Perdue of Georgia carried out a series of well-timed stock transactions at the beginning of the coronavirus pandemic.
Politics Nov 07AP explains why Georgia and North Carolina are still at play
The Associated Press declared Joe Biden to be president-elect in the 2020 election. However, some states are still at play. Here's what that means.
Politics Nov 06Why the AP has not declared a winner in Georgia
A razor-thin margin and ongoing vote count are what's making the Georgia contest between President Donald Trump and Joe Biden too early to call.
Politics Nov 05WATCH LIVE: Georgia secretary of state provides evening update on vote count
Tens of thousands of still-uncounted ballots — many in counties where Democrat Joe Biden was in the lead — are what's making the Georgia contest between President Donald Trump and Biden too early to call.
Politics Nov 04WATCH: Wisconsin elections officials provide update
The Associated Press has not declared a winner in Wisconsin’s presidential contest because the race between President Donald Trump and Democrat Joe Biden is too early to call.
Nation Nov 01Senate majority outcome may take weeks or more
But due to election law quirks in the states of Georgia and Louisiana, where a total of three seats are up for grabs, it is possible that the fate of the current 53-47 Republican majority will remain unknown for weeks…
Politics Oct 20How Trump plowed through $1 billion, losing cash advantage
President Donald Trump’s sprawling political operation has raised well over $1 billion since he took the White House in 2017 — and set a lot of it on fire.
Politics Oct 17Headwinds for Trump in bid to repeat Upper Midwest victories
The Trump campaign has largely retreated from the TV advertising in the Midwest, shifting much of its money to Sun Belt states such as Florida, North Carolina, Arizona and Georgia, as well as Pennsylvania.
Politics Oct 022020 election spending poised to reach nearly $11 billion
A new reports says candidates running for federal office and political action committees will spend nearly $11 billion dollars during the 2020 election cycle, a jaw-dropping sum that will far surpass what campaigns have spent in the past.
Politics Aug 27Watchdog groups say convention appearances broke Hatch Act
Two White House officials violated the Hatch Act by participating in events aired during this week's Republican National Convention. That's according to two separate ethics complaints filed by government watchdog groups.