Former vice president Joe Biden was declared the winner of the presidential election on November 7 after flipping Pennsylvania, Michigan and Wisconsin to the Democrats' column.
Such a briefing comes in the absence of an official daily intelligence briefing by the outgoing Trump administration to Biden and Harris.
Last week, the mainstream US media declared Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden as the winner of the November 3 presidential election and said that Donald Trump has lost.
In 2016, Pramila Jayapal became the first Indian American woman to be elected to the US House of Representatives.
Pharma major Pfizer announced that its vaccine, as per preliminary estimates, has been found to be 90 per cent effective in preventing COVID-19.
The sheer number of votes also set records, although that's a less remarkable milestone given the country's growing population.
The White House has repeatedly refused to say who else has tested positive, even as the virus continues to spread.
For America’s sake, and for the world’s sake, it was important that Donald Trump should not win a second term as President.
A vote in a democracy is about being able to speak, and must be counted to be heard.
During a campaign largely focused on Trump's failure to halt the Covid-19 pandemic, Biden vowed that he would restore US "moral authority."
US Elections: Trump supporters seen carrying semi-automatic rifles, shotguns outside counting centres
Most often carried by right-wing demonstrators, though also sometimes by left-wing protesters, experts warn that the guns create a dangerous situation that could be seen as intimidation.
In his latest broadside, Trump warned on Twitter that "Joe Biden should not wrongfully claim the office of the President. I could make that claim also."
Donald Trump’s threats and Joe Biden inching closer to occupying the White House, have the residents of this nondescript village in Tiruvarur district on the edge of their seats.
"He [Trump] needs to acknowledge that he lost and he needs to congratulate the winner," Kenny added
He had repeatedly questioned the validity of mail-in ballots. He had dismissed election officials from Democratic states and cities as political hacks.