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A 57% majority of Americans say that, based on what they’ve heard about the audits conducted or proposed by legislatures in some states, they view them as “partisan efforts to undermine valid election results.” Just a third say they see them more as “legitimate efforts to identify potential voting irregularities.” Further, 40% of the public
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The legislative dilemma comes to a head in this summer’s sprint before the August recess, with the push to enact roughly $4 trillion of President Joe Biden’s infrastructure and social agenda — something that could lead to a huge victory for the 22-year Senate veteran or could all collapse and prompt a fresh round of
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Cody Fox, 29, of New Hope, Tennessee, and his nine-month-old daughter were identified in a press release issued by the Alabama Law Enforcement Agency (ALEA) Sunday night. The other victims in the crash were children aged between three and 17, who were traveling in a vehicle belonging to a ranch for neglected or abused school-age
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The Justice Department’s original secret subpoena to Apple, sources say, was an effort to identify people connected with the staffer. Apple provided names connected to the accounts the company had records for, including then-House Intelligence ranking member Adam Schiff and Rep. Eric Swalwell, two vocal political enemies of former President Donald Trump. This was potentially
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Hours of media and live-streamed participant video have been available since that day, capturing crowds mounting scaffolding built for Inauguration Day, Trump supporters gleefully running through the building’s hallways and the Senate chamber, and even the death of one participant shot by a police officer through a doorframe. But much of the most significant video
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A total of 1,010,489,000 doses have been given as of Saturday, China’s National Health Commission (NHC) said in a statement. Those doses are almost 40% of the 2.5 billion shots administered globally. The NHC said 100 million doses were given in the five days up to and including Saturday, according to state media outlet Xinhua.
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“Making sure Georgia’s voter rolls are up to date is key to ensuring the integrity of our elections,” Republican Brad Raffensperger said. “There is no legitimate reason to keep ineligible voters on the rolls.” The voter files being removed are “obsolete and outdated,” according to the statement, which says that since the 2020 election, Raffensperger
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Trump threw the weight of his endorsement behind Kelly Tshibaka, a former Alaska Department of Administration commissioner who had announced her challenge to the incumbent back in March. “Lisa Murkowski is bad for Alaska,” Trump said in a statement released from his Save America PAC. “Murkowski has got to go! Kelly Tshibaka is the candidate
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The wholesale resignation of the police department’s Rapid Response Team (RRT) took place after a Multnomah County grand jury handed down an indictment Wednesday charging Officer Corey Budworth with fourth-degree battery. All the officers who resigned their positions on the team returned to their regular assignments. Budworth is accused of shoving photographer Teri Jacobs to
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Even by desert standards, the heatwave in the Southwest is atypical. On Thursday, the National Weather Service (NWS) in Tuscon tweeted that the city recorded a temperature of 100 degrees at 8:14 am — the second earliest time in the day recorded since 1948. That’s only slightly later than the earliest time recorded for reaching
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