A bipartisan group of 10 former secretaries of defense criticized attempts to challenge November's presidential election and called it a dangerous threat to the nation's security.
Dozens of Republicans in the House and Senate have said they will object to certification of the Electoral College results. Others say it's time to move on.
Eleven senators and senators-elect said they would reject electors "from disputed states" without an investigation into the votes in those states. They did not provide evidence for their concerns.
Democrats were elated to defeat President Trump this year, but overall voters sent their party some mixed signals. Now, the party is trying to figure out what they mean for the future.
The Electoral College reaffirmed that Joe Biden is president-elect, but the current president continues to not accept it, threatening to undermine Biden's legitimacy.
"Striking these votes now — after the election, and in only two of Wisconsin's 72 counties ... would be an extraordinary step for this court to take. We will not do so," Justice Brian Hagedorn wrote.
Electors are picked by state parties, and in most states they are bound to follow the popular vote and made to sign pledges or be threatened with fines and even criminal action.
The president vowed to "fight on" after the nation's highest court tossed a Texas lawsuit challenging the election results. The reaction from his congressional allies, however, was much more subdued.
Army Gen. Gustave Perna told reporters that distribution of the vaccine from Pfizer and BioNTech has begun, with shipment to 636 sites scheduled to begin on Monday.
The lawsuit argued a 2019 state law authorizing universal mail-in voting was unconstitutional and that all ballots cast by mail in the general election in Pennsylvania should be thrown out.
The Trump campaign and allied Republicans had sought to overturn results in six states. "We don't need courts," Rudy Giuliani told Fox News, arguing state lawmakers can just declare Trump the winner.
See the latest campaign finance figures for President Trump and his challenger, former Vice President Joe Biden.
Conspiracy theorists falsely claimed that a video of an election worker during the Georgia machine recount revealed fraud in the 2020 election. All it showed was an election worker performing a routine part of the process, according to election officials.
Joe Biden topped President Trump by nearly 7 million votes, and 74 votes in the Electoral College, but his victory really was stitched together with narrow margins in key states.
President Trump says his team will file a lawsuit challenging Wisconsin's results prior to the state's certification deadline on Tuesday.