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Manisha Krishnan / VICE:
Penguin Random House Staff Confront Publisher About New Jordan Peterson Book  —  During a tense town hall, staff cried and expressed dismay with the publishing giant's decision to publish ‘Beyond Order: 12 More Rules for Life.’  —  Several Penguin Random House Canada employees confronted management …
Discussion: HotAir
CNN:
White House has signed off on Joe Biden getting the President's Daily Brief  —  (CNN)Three weeks after the election, the White House has given formal approval for President-elect Joe Biden to receive the President's Daily Brief, a White House official told CNN Tuesday.
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Jacob Pramuk / CNBC:
Almost no Trump voters consider Biden the legitimate 2020 election winner  — A mere 3% of voters for President Donald Trump think President-elect Joe Biden won the 2020 election, while 73% think the incumbent was the victor, according to a CNBC/Change Research poll.
Bloomberg:
Trump Emerges to Tout Stock Gains Driven by Biden Transition
Discussion: CBS News
Philip Bump / Washington Post:
The disloyal markets have improved more since this year's election than they did in 2016
Discussion: American Compass and Raw Story
New York Times:
Roiled by Election, Facebook Struggles to Balance Civility and Growth  —  Employees and executives are battling over how to reduce misinformation and hate speech without hurting the company's bottom line.  —  SAN FRANCISCO — In the tense days after the presidential election …
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Charlie Warzel / New York Times:
What Facebook Fed the Baby Boomers  —  Many Americans' feeds are nightmares.  I know because I spent weeks living inside two of them.  —  Opinion writer at large.  —  In mid-October I asked two people I'd never met to give me their Facebook account passwords for three weeks leading up to and after Election Day.
Ashley Gold / Axios:
YouTube temporarily suspends, demonetizes OANN  —  YouTube has barred One America News Network from posting new videos for a week and stripped it of its ability to make money off existing content after the Trump-friendly channel uploaded a video promoting a phony cure for COVID-19, YouTube spokesperson Ivy Choi tells Axios.
Wall Street Journal:
After Setbacks, Trump Looks Beyond Legal Fight  —  Publicly, president says he will ‘never concede.’ Privately, he is focused on his political future as Biden transition moves forward.  —  WASHINGTON—President Trump has publicly vowed to keep up the fight to overturn the election.
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David Wickert / Atlanta Journal-Constitution:
Kemp decries ‘baseless attacks’ from Trump supporter
Discussion: Forbes, Raw Story and Daily Kos
NBC News:
Trump advisers pushed for transition to begin as GOP calls for it grew
Discussion: Raw Story, Al Jazeera and Townhall
Politico:
POLITICO Playbook PM: NEW: What Paul Ryan is saying about Biden and Trump  —  PRESIDENT DONALD TRUMP appeared in the briefing room for a minute or so around 12:30 p.m. to congratulate the American people on the stock market breaking 30,000.  He did not take a single question.
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Jessie Hellmann / The Hill:
6.4 million COVID-19 vaccine doses expected to be shipped to states by mid-December  —  States will begin receiving the first doses of COVID-19 vaccines in mid-December, but will make their own determinations on who will be first in line for a shot.  —  An estimated 6.4 million doses …
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Samuel Chamberlain / Fox News:
Redfield projects COVID-19 vaccine to be rolled out by ‘end of the second week in December’
Joseph Choi / The Hill:
CDC director: COVID-19 vaccine will be rolled out second week in December
Discussion: Washington Examiner and Forbes
Saleha Mohsin / Bloomberg:
Mnuchin Plans to Put $455 Billion Beyond Yellen's Easy Reach  — Biden Treasury pick Yellen left with smaller lending backstop  — Mnuchin urged Congress to use unspent money to help economy  —  Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin will put $455 billion in unspent Cares Act funding …
Isaac Chotiner / New Yorker:
Why Newsmax Supports Trump's False Voter-Fraud Claims  —  Even as Fox News acknowledges that Joe Biden is the President-elect, Newsmax Media—a conservative multimedia company that includes a Web site and a television channel—has supported Donald Trump's claims of voter fraud …
Elizabeth Williamson / New York Times:
As Their D.C. Days Dwindle, Ivanka and Jared Look for a New Beginning  —  The end of President Trump's time in office leaves his daughter Ivanka Trump and his son-in-law, Jared Kushner, as well-to-do refugees — but they appear to have plans in New Jersey.  —  WASHINGTON — Town officials …
Discussion: Raw Story
David Rothkopf / USA Today:
Biden's National Security team reveals he has learned from the mistakes of past presidents  —  Not only does Biden have more foreign policy experience than many other presidents, the team he announced is made up of established veterans.  —  As someone who writes history books about the White House and …
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Alexi McCammond / Axios:
AOC and Ilhan Omar want to block Biden's former chief of staff  —  Reps. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez and Ilhan Omar are boosting a petition against Joe Biden nominating his former chief of staff to a new role in his administration, calling Bruce Reed a “deficit hawk.”
The Daily Beast:
Roger Stone-Tied Group Claims Dems Are Framing Them as Republican Party Turncoats  —  BURN IT DOWN  —  The group appeared to be encouraging Trump backers to either not vote in the GA runoffs or write in the president's name.  They now say it's a lie.  —  Conservative operatives and a super PAC …
Philip Allen Lacovara / Washington Post:
Yes, the Biden administration should hold Trump accountable  —  Philip Allen Lacovara, a former president of the D.C. Bar, served as counsel to the Watergate special prosecutor.  —  After the final tumultuous months of the Nixon presidency, Gerald R. Ford decided to end the “long national nightmare” …
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The Intercept:
Congress Has the Power to Override Supreme Court Rulings.  Here's How.  —  From, 1979 until her retirement in 1998, Lilly Ledbetter worked at Goodyear Tire and Rubber's plant in Gadsden, Alabama.  Once she had left the job, she learned a disturbing fact.  When Ledbetter had started …
Alexander Burns / New York Times:
Trump Stress-Tested the Election System, and the Cracks Showed  —  Even in the absence of a questionable outcome or any evidence of fraud, President Trump managed to freeze the passage of power for most of a month.  —  As President Trump's efforts to overturn the 2020 election have steadily disintegrated …
Hannah Natanson / Washington Post:
A ‘trend of more failing’: Online school has sent F's spiking by 83 percent in Virginia's largest school system  —  Online learning is causing a serious drop in academic achievement in Virginia's largest school system, according to a Fairfax County Public Schools study, and the most vulnerable students …
Alex Heath / The Information:
Facebook Researchers Found Its ‘Political Whitelist’ Influenced Misinformation Spread  —  During a September 2019 speech in Washington, D.C., Facebook's global policy and communications chief Nick Clegg gave an ardent defense of the company's policy to not fact-check politicians …
Rich Noyes / Newsbusters:
SPECIAL REPORT: The Stealing of the Presidency, 2020  —  Text to Speech Font Size  —  The left-wing news media didn't just poison the information environment with their incessantly negative coverage of President Trump going into the 2020 election.  They also refused to give airtime …
Wall Street Journal:
Rural Americans Stopped Staying In.  Then Covid-19 Hit.  —  Coronavirus cases rise to record highs and hospitalizations surge as people return to some semblance of normality  —  The coronavirus is resurging across the U.S. But it's hitting hardest in rural places, where people …
David Corn / Mother Jones:
Every Day Trump Repeatedly Emails His Supporters a Dangerous Message: Democracy Doesn't Work  —  Let our journalists help you make sense of the noise: Subscribe to the Mother Jones Daily newsletter and get a recap of news that matters.  —  I've heard from Eric Trump, Donald Trump Jr., and Lara Trump.
Ryan Lizza / Politico:
‘People are pissed’: Tensions rise amid scramble for Biden jobs  —  In late 2008, during the transition from George W. Bush to Barack Obama, there was a mantra that took hold among Washington insiders: Obama won the election but Hillary won the transition.  —  The most loyal denizens …
Mary Spicuzza / Milwaukee Journal Sentinel:
On day five of election recounts in Milwaukee, all observers were given poop emoji wristbands from Wisconsin Center staff  —  Each day of the recount seems to bring some new controversy.  —  And on Tuesday morning, the controversy briefly turned to poop — or more specifically …
Discussion: The Hill and National Review
Vinny Vella / The Philadelphia Inquirer:
Former Chester County sheriff and her boyfriend charged with stealing funds from K-9 unit  —  Former Chester County Sheriff Carolyn “Bunny” Welsh was charged with theft early Tuesday for allowing employees to improperly divert donated money to pay for personal expenses and collect comp …
Greg Sargent / Washington Post:
Trump has set a hidden trap for Biden.  It could do great damage.  —  From beginning to end, Joe Biden's campaign focused heavily on President Trump's encouragement of white supremacy.  His campaign launch video was all about Trump's refusal to unambiguously condemn racist violence.
Discussion: Digby's Hullabaloo and Raw Story
Mike Allen / Axios:
Charles Koch: I “screwed up”  —  In his first on-camera interview in four years, Charles Koch told “Axios on HBO” that he “screwed up by being partisan,” rather than approaching his network's big-spending political action in a more nonpartisan way.  —  Why it matters: Koch …
Jordyn Phelps / ABC News:
As he ignores election defeat, Trump pardons turkey  —  This is the president's fourth year taking part in the traditional event.  —  Presidential turkey pardons through the years  —  In a longstanding tradition, presidents pardon Thanksgiving turkeys.  —  Drew Angerer/Getty Images, FILE
Betsy McKay / Wall Street Journal:
CDC Finalizing Recommendation to Shorten Covid-19 Quarantines  —  Agency is considering shortening the advised quarantine time to between seven and 10 days  —  The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention may soon shorten the length of time it recommends that a person self-quarantine …
Discussion: CNN, Forbes, New York Post and NPR
David Weigel / Washington Post:
The Trailer: A liberal on how he won in a Trump district  —  In this edition: A conversation with the most liberal Democrat left in a Trump district, the protests to overturn the election wind down and the Georgia races manage to get nastier.  —  I'm taking some time off this week …
Brigitte S. / Pennsylvania Senate Republicans:
MEDIA ADVISORY: Mastriano and Senate Majority Policy Committee to vet Election Issues  —  Watch Live  —  WHAT: At the request of Senator Doug Mastriano (R-Adams/Cumberland/Franklin/ York), the Senate Majority Policy Committee is holding a public hearing Wednesday to discuss 2020 election issues and irregularities.
 
 
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Annette McGivney / The Guardian:
Revealed: Trump officials rush to mine desert haven native tribes consider holy
NBC News:
Covid-19 outbreaks in nursing homes hit record high
Philip Bump / Washington Post:
Nearly a sixth of the Senate Republican caucus has tested positive for coronavirus
Discussion: ABC News
 Earlier Items: 
President-Elect Joe Biden:
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Tucker Carlson / Fox News:
Yes, the election was rigged for Joe Biden. Here's how
Discussion: HotAir
Ryan Cooper / The Week:
Obama the pretender  —  As a socialist, I have a confession to make: Back in 2008, I was a campaign volunteer for Barack Obama.
Ed Morrissey / HotAir:
Not Hugging It Out: Schumer Boots Feinstein From Judiciary Leadership