Election officials, including President Trump’s own cabinet, call election “the most secure in American history.”

The statement contradicted Trump’s claims of voter fraud

Supreme Court Justice Samuel Alito warns of infringement on religious liberties in coronavirus restrictions

Alito criticizes American culture for intolerance of religious beliefs in a fiery speech

Coronavirus Today: November 12

President-elect Joe Biden has named Ron Klain as his White House Chief of Staff

Biden selects White House Chief of Staff

Additional senior hires expected to be announced within next week

UPS loosens long-standing appearance guidelines, focuses on diversity and inclusion

UPS employees now allowed to sport beards and natural Black hairstyles

Parler, MeWe and other conservative social media sites get user boost post-Election Day

Conservatives seeking refuge from censorship believe they found it in the sites

Federal court rules Harvard does not discriminate against Asian American applicants

The case will likely head to the Supreme Court

Coronavirus Today: November 11

European bank executives and regulators are bracing for the end of financial aid

Georgia will audit its presidential race results

After audit results are certified, a recount could potentially be requested

New study reveals a wide disparity in mortgage rates provided to Veterans Affairs loan borrowers

Lenders tend to set higher profit margins on VA loans than on conventional loans