Disney pulls plug on $1 billion FL project

Amid an ongoing feud with Florida Governor Ron DeSantis, Disney has decided not to move forward with a project that would have brought some 2,000 jobs to Central Florida near Orlando. Josh D'Amaro, chairman of Disney Parks, Experiences and Products, told employees in a letter provided to FOX Business that the company is no longer moving forward with its office development in Lake Nona, citing "new leadership and changing business conditions."

Defamations trial against Trump nearing end

Lawyers for accuser E. Jean Carroll played about 30 minutes of excerpts from the former president’s deposition, including his emphatic denial of the longtime advice columnist’s accusation that he attacked her in the mid-1990s in a Bergdorf Goodman dressing room. “If it did happen, it would have been reported within minutes,” Trump said, contending that shoppers and employees at the “very busy store” would’ve heard a commotion and alerted authorities. Attorney Judie Saunders breaks down the arguments in the case.

Former VP Pence testifies before grand jury in Trump probe

Former Vice President Mike Pence has testified before a grand jury investigating former President Trump, according to the Associated Press. Jonathan Adler, a law professor at Case Western Reserve University joined LiveNOW from FOX's Josh Breslow to discuss the impacts of the testimony.

GA Senate Runoff: Sec. of State Brad Raffensperger touts early voting numbers | LiveNOW from FOX

The Georgia senate runoff is set to take place Tuesday, December 6th, 2022. Incumbent Sen. Raphael Warnock is seeking to defend his seat against Republican challenger Herschel Walker. Early voting for the runoff race shattered records in Georgia. More than 1.8 million people cast ballots, either in-person or by absentee vote in the weeks leading up to election day. This is the third senate runoff election in Georgia in less than two years.

Arizona Midterm Election: Cochise County certifies election results after judge's order | LiveNOW from FOX

Cochise County has certified the 2022 Election by court order, ending the week-long legal saga. The vote was 2-0. Democrat Chairman Ann English and Republican Vice-Chairman Peggy Judd approved the vote, but Republican Supervisor Tom Crosby was absent from the meeting, even though he was mandated to attend by the judge. Cochise was the only county to not canvass the election by the November 28 deadline. The Cochise County board tried to hire an attorney for the hearing, but counsel did not make it in time and the board was required to represent themselves. The attorney the board hired petitioned for the case to be moved to the U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of Arizona, which does not exist.

AZ midterm election: Maricopa County certifies results, Cochise County refuses | LiveNOW from FOX

Nov. 28 was the deadline set by Arizona law for counties within the state to approve the official tally of votes for the 2022 election, a process that is also known as the canvass. For 2022, all Arizona counties, except one, certified election results. Officials in Cochise County refused to certify the election, despite no evidence of anything wrong with the count. They voted to remove the certification item from the agenda, moving it to Dec. 2.

Midterm election: AZ races too close to call, Maricopa county printing problems | LiveNOW from FOX

24 hours after polls closed, and officials are still counting ballots in Arizona. The race for governor between Katie Hobbs (D) and Kari Lake (R) and the race for senate between Sen. Mark Kelly (D) and Blake Masters (R) remain too close too call. Maricopa County Board of Supervisors Chairman Bill Gates and Vice Chairman Clint Hickman issued a statement in regards to the voting problems that were reported during the early hours of Election Day. The statement reads: Over the past 24 hours, we have learned more about the printer issue that caused some ballots to not be read at Vote Centers yesterday. While the issue impacted less than 7% of Election Day voters (about 17,000 ballots), we understand that for people who went through it, this was frustrating, inconvenient, and not how they pictured Election Day. We plan to get to the bottom of it.

Break-in at Katie Hobbs campaign office just 13 days from midterm elections | LiveNOW from FOX

Officials with democratic gubernatorial candidate Katie Hobbs' campaign say their headquarters in Phoenix was broken into. Hobbs' campaign manager said that the break-in happened earlier in the week, but did not give a precise time on when the break-in happened. Phoenix police said confirmed that officers responded to an incident in that area around 2 p.m. on October 25. The Hobbs campaign released three still photos from a security system of a person in a green shirt and shorts, but police said there is no suspect in this case yet.

FL Governor Debate: DeSantis, Crist square off 15 days ahead of midterm election | LiveNOW from FOX

Florida gubernatorial candidates Ron DeSantis (R) and Charlie Crist (D) squared off in their first and only debate before the midterm election on November 8. The highlight of the debate was a back-and-forth between the two candidates. Crist asked DeSantis if he would commit to another four years as governor of Florida, DeSantis responded with a personal shot at Crist, saying, "“The only worn-out, old donkey I’m looking to put out to pasture right now is Charlie Crist.”

Herschel Walker denies he paid for woman's abortion | LiveNOW from FOX

Republican Senate nominee in Georgia Herschel Walker denies a claim that he paid for a girlfriend’s abortion 13 years ago. "It is a flat-out lie, and now you know how important this seat is," the former college and professional football star said on Fox News’s "Hannity" on Monday night.