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COVID-19 stimulus: Biden unveils new economic teamBiden said “help is on the way” and called on Congress to pass a “robust” COVID-19 relief package while unveiling his administration’s economic team.Google’s trending searches in the U.S. this year were dominated by two topics: the presidential election and the coronavirus.On Wednesday, the tech company unveiled its top trending searches for 2020. Overall, “election results” was the top trending search this year, followed by “coronavirus.”Both searches were also the top trending in the News category.Overall, Kobe Bryant was third in trending searches this year. In January, the Los Angeles Lakers legend and daughter Gianna were among passengers who died in a helicopter crash in California.Rounding out the top five were two searches related to the ongoing pandemic: “Coronavirus update” and “coronavirus symptoms.”Google says the trending results are searches that had a high spike in traffic over a sustained period in 2020 compared to the year before.AirPods Max: Apple launching over-ear headphones for $549MacBook Air review: Apple’s new laptop is speedy with iPhone-inspired chipScroll down to review more of this year’s top trending searches:Overall trending searches1. Election results2. Coronavirus3. Kobe Bryant4. Coronavirus update5. Coronavirus symptoms6. Zoom7. Who is winning the election8. Naya Rivera9. Chadwick Boseman10. PlayStation 5News1. Election results2. Coronavirus3. Stimulus checks4. Unemployment5. Iran6. Hurricane Laura7. Super Tuesday8. Stock market9. Murder hornet10. Australia firesPeople1. Joe Biden2. Kim Jong Un3. Kamala Harris4. Jacob Blake5. Ryan Newman6. Tom Hanks7. Shakira8. Tom Brady9. Kanye West10. Vanessa BryantActors1. Tom Hanks2. Chris D’Elia3. Jada Pinkett Smith4. Timothée Chalamet5. Ricky Gervais6. Amber Heard7. Joaquin Phoenix8. Danny Masterson9. Ryan Dorsey10. Lea MicheleAthletes1. Ryan Newman2. Tom Brady3. Bubba Wallace4. Mike Tyson5. Rudy Gobert6. Drew Brees7. Tyson Fury8. Derrick Henry9. Nate Robinson10. Delonte WestPoliticians 1. Joe Biden2. Kamala Harris3. Boris Johnson4. Pete Buttigieg5. Mike Bloomberg6. Andrew Cuomo7. Chris Christie8. Mike Pence9. Andrew Yang10. Mitt RomneyLoss1. Kobe Bryant2. Naya Rivera3. Chadwick Boseman4. George Floyd5. Ruth Bader Ginsburg6. Eddie Van Halen7. King Von8. Kelly Preston9. Pop Smoke10. Ahmaud ArberyFollow Brett Molina on Twitter: @brettmolina23.