WEB EXTRA: First lady Condemns Violence at U.S. CapitolFirst lady Melania Trump condemned last week's violence at the U.S. Capitol in a statement Monday (1/11). The first lady urged the nation to come together and said, "We must listen to one another, focus on what unites us, and rise above what divides us."
WEB EXTRA: Joe Biden Says It Is A Good Thing President Trump Doesn't Plan To Attend InaugurationPresident-elect Joe Biden: "It’s a good thing, him not showing up." Friday (1/8), Biden addressed the news that President Trump doesn't plan to attend the inauguration on January 20, 2021.
WEB EXTRA: President Trump Tweets He Won't Attend InaugurationPresident Trump tweeted Friday (1/8) that he will not attend President-elect Joe Biden's inauguration on January 20. He will be the first president in 152 years to skip his successor's swearing in.
WEB EXTRA: Donald Trump Acknowledges New AdministrationPresident Trump acknowledged the Biden/Harris administration in a new Twitter video that was released by the White House late Thursday evening. He said, "My focus now turns to ensuring a smooth, orderly, and seamless transition of power." But he did not concede the election. The president also condemned the riots that took place on Wednesday in Washington, D.C.
Rep. Debbie Wasserman Schultz Gets Emotional Talking About Capitol SiegeCBS4's Ted Scouten spoke with the congresswoman, who was forced to shelter in place for hours.
WEB EXTRA: Biden Calls People Who Attacked The Capitol 'Domestic Terrorists'President-elect Biden called the people who attacked the U.S. Capitol "domestic terrorists." Thursday, he also criticized President Trump, saying the president has "made his contempt for our democracy, our Constitution, the rule of law clear in everything he has done."
WEB EXTRA: Nancy Pelosi Calls For President To Be Removed From OfficeHouse Speaker Nancy Pelosi is calling for President Trump to be removed from office, saying he "incited an armed insurrection against America." Thursday she said if the VP doesn't invoke the 25th Amendment, "Congress may be prepared to move forward with impeachment."
WEB EXTRA: U.S. Capitol Damage After Protesters Stormed The Building WednesdayThis is a look at some of the damage from inside the U.S. Capitol after protesters stormed the building Wednesday. There was shattered glass and broken furniture. "Stop the steal" and "treason" signs were also left behind.
Sen. Marco Rubio Calls Siege On Capitol ‘One Of The Saddest Days In Our History’CBS4's Ty Russell shares the reaction from other South Florida lawmakers.
WEB EXTRA: Nancy Pelosi Says Protesters Did Not Tear Congress From Its ResponsibilityHouse Speaker Nancy Pelosi: "To those who strove to tear us from our responsibility, you have failed." Rep. Pelosi spoke as the House reconvened to continue counting the Electoral College votes after protests at the US Capitol Wednesday.
WEB EXTRA: Vice President Mike Pence Says Violence Never WinsVice President Mike Pence: "To those who wreaked havoc in our Capitol today, you did not win. Violence never wins. Freedom wins." The Senate reconvened Wednesday night fter protesters stormed the Capitol and interrupted the counting of the Electoral College votes. The vice president said "Let's get back to work."
Vice President Mike Pence Says He's Still Fighting To Overturn Election ResultsVP Pence, speaking in West Palm Beach, said they're going to keep fighting until every legal vote is counted.
Congress On Verge Of Passing New Pandemic Relief PackageCongress appears to be on the verge of passing a new pandemic relief measure but there are more troubling signs about COVID-19's effect on the economy.
Electoral College Meeting Monday To Formally Choose Joe Biden As Next PresidentPresidential electors are meeting across the United States today to formally choose Joe Biden as the nation's next president. President Trump still refuses to concede the election following weeks of legal challenges that were dismissed by judges across the country.
Electoral College Set To Formally Cast Ballots For Joe BidenElectors will cast their votes Monday in the Electoral College and declare the winner of the 2020 presidential election. The ballots will then be sent to Washington to be counted by Congress on January 6.
Preident-Elect Joe Biden's Administration Continues To Take ShapePresident-elect Joe Biden's administration continues to take shape, and continues to do so in historic fashion. This, as President Trump keeps up his fight to challenge election results – in the court of public opinion if not courts of law.
Trump Administration Allows Transition Process To BeginBofta Yiman reports President Trump has vowed to move full speed ahead with his legal battle to overturn the election results.
Michigan Certifies Results For Joe BidenCBS4's Natalie Brand reports the president-elect also announced several cabinet nominees.
President Trump Continues To Stall TransitionNatalie Brand reports there's a major development today in the race to get a COVID-19 vaccine approved and President Trump takes the unprecedented step of inviting Michigan lawmakers to the White House as he continues to challenge the election results.
The Trump-Biden TransitionMore than a dozen lawsuits brought by the Trump campaign or sympathetic Republicans looking to change the election results have so far been unsuccessful. Publicly they have alleged voter fraud, but they have yet to show any evidence in court. And late last night President Trump fired one of the nation's top election security officials.)
Daniella Levine Cava, Miami-Dade's First Female Mayor, Sworn InCBS4's Ty Russell has more from the swearing in ceremony.
President-Elect Biden Called On President Trump To Begin Transition ProcessMichael George reports President Trump continues to make false claims that *he* won the election, even as more members of his own party push back.
Supreme Court Decision On Affordable Care Act Could Have Major Impact In FloridaThe U.S. Supreme Court is hearing arguments Tuesday over the constitutionality of the Affordable Care Act. Miami-Dade County has the highest Obamacare enrollment of any county in the country.
Jose Rodriguez, Ileana Garcia Race Heads To Recount In Battle For State Senate District 37The two candidates vying for the state’s Senate District 37 are heading to a recount.