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  • Georgia Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger says that Senator Lindsay Graham asked him to try to discard some legally-cast ballots in Georgia.
  • President-elect Joe Biden has reportedly told aides that he's concerned that investigations into Trump would divide the country even more, but he plans to leave decisions up to an independent Justice Department.
  • The NY Times Magazine writes that Trump’s potential criminal liability is the key to understanding his presidency—and suggests the least painful outcome would be states prosecuting him so the Justice Department wouldn't need to.
  • We should all be thanking Dolly Parton for partly funding Moderna's COVID vaccine research (and also for just being awesome at all times).
  • Twitter now has its own Instagram Stories called "Fleets."
  • Lots of apartments on “Billionaires’ Row” are being sold for reasonable prices, including $99,900 studio apartments and $299,000 two-bedrooms—so what's the catch?
  • Read an excerpt from Alright, Alright, Alright, a new oral history of Dazed & Confused, all about on-set hookups.
  • Taylor Swift addressed the latest sale of her masters, and the fact she's begun re-recording her back catalogue.
  • Only one county in the entire country, located in Texas, supposedly has had zero coronavirus cases, but is that really true?
  • Thanksgiving is going to be different this year, and that's okay.
  • A New Yorker "put his martial arts skills to use" and thwarted an attempted baby-snatching in a Big Apple park last week.
  • Are you in the market for a new couch? Here's a "unique pig couch" available for just $250 on Craigslist. (NOTE: this probably is a long-running hoax, but the photo of the couch rules either way.)
  • And finally, yes, everybody bites down when they drink, that is normal: