Today: July 13, 2024
Today: July 13, 2024

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Arizona authorities are investigating theft of device that allows access to vote tabulators

Authorities are investigating whether a 27-year-old temporary election worker had political motivations when he stole a fob that allows access to vote tabulators in Arizona's largest county

Arizona authorities are investigating theft of device that allows access to vote tabulators
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Voting company makes 'coercive' demand of Texas counties: Pay up or lose service before election

The owner of a voting company is acknowledging that he's asking Texas counties to pay more than they're contracted for to help his company meet payroll

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Iowa caucuses: What to watch as voters weigh in on the Republican campaign's first contest of 2024

Monday marks the official start to the Republican presidential nominating contest with the Iowa caucuses

Iowa caucuses: What to watch as voters weigh in on the Republican campaign's first contest of 2024
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DeSantis and Haley jockey for second without Trump and other takeaways from Iowa GOP debate

Only two Republicans were facing off at the GOP's fifth presidential debate stage — former South Carolina Gov. Nikki Haley and Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis

DeSantis and Haley jockey for second without Trump and other takeaways from Iowa GOP debate
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Democrats won big on abortion rights Tuesday. Here's what the results say for the US going into 2024

Democrats have plenty of good news to celebrate from Tuesday’s elections and there's more evidence they can win races centered on the national debate over abortion

Democrats won big on abortion rights Tuesday. Here's what the results say for the US going into 2024
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Another suit to disqualify Trump under the Constitution's 'insurrection' clause is filed in Michigan

A liberal group has filed a lawsuit in Michigan seeking to disqualify former president Donald Trump from the White House under a rarely-used clause in the U.S. Constitution

Another suit to disqualify Trump under the Constitution's 'insurrection' clause is filed in Michigan
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Biden campaign calls on GOP to drop lawsuits over mail ballots, citing Trump's new fondness for it

President Joe Biden's reelection campaign is calling on Republicans to drop lawsuits targeting mail voting now that Donald Trump has embraced the method

Biden campaign calls on GOP to drop lawsuits over mail ballots, citing Trump's new fondness for it
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What the far-right victories in the European Union could say about US elections this year

The far right racked up wins across much of Europe in the EU Parliamentary elections that just concluded

What the far-right victories in the European Union could say about US elections this year
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More global confidence in Biden than Trump even as views of US democracy decline, poll finds

A new poll finds that people around the globe have greater confidence in President Joe Biden to do the right thing compared to his challenger in this year's U.S. elections, former President Donald Trump

More global confidence in Biden than Trump even as views of US democracy decline, poll finds
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Trump could still vote for himself after New York conviction if he's not in prison on Election Day

Donald Trump may be convicted of a felony and reside in Florida, a state notorious for restricting the voting rights of people with criminal records, but he can still vote as long as he stays out of prison in New York state

Trump could still vote for himself after New York conviction if he's not in prison on Election Day
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Former Trump lawyer Jenna Ellis barred from practicing in Colorado for three years

A onetime attorney for former President Donald Trump is agreeing to a ban from practicing in Colorado for three years

Former Trump lawyer Jenna Ellis barred from practicing in Colorado for three years
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From Hogan to a Trumpier Senate: Takeways from Tuesday's primaries

Voters in several states have chosen nominees in critical races that could decide the balance of power on Capitol Hill next year

From Hogan to a Trumpier Senate: Takeways from Tuesday's primaries
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Charges against Trump's 2020 'fake electors' are expected to deter a repeat this year

An Arizona grand jury’s indictment of 18 people who either posed as or helped organize a slate of electors falsely claiming that former President Donald Trump won the state in 2020 could help shape the landscape of challenges to the 2024 election

Charges against Trump's 2020 'fake electors' are expected to deter a repeat this year
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Noncitizen voting isn't an issue in federal elections, regardless of conspiracy theories. Here's why

Former President Donald Trump is turning to one of his favorite themes, the specter of immigrants improperly voting in federal elections

Noncitizen voting isn't an issue in federal elections, regardless of conspiracy theories. Here's why
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Defendant's attorney in Dominion Voting defamation case releases company emails, risking sanctions

An attorney already facing criminal charges for illegally accessing Michigan voting machines says she disseminated documents obtained in discovery in a defamation case filed by a voting machine company

Defendant's attorney in Dominion Voting defamation case releases company emails, risking sanctions
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Takeaways from Trump's Supreme Court win on procedural grounds: His legal peril is just starting

:Former President Donald Trump scored a clear win at the U.S. Supreme Court on Monday, which unanimously ruled that states don’t have the ability to bar him — or any other federal candidates — from the ballot under a rarely-used constitutional provision that prohibits those who “engaged in insurrection” from holding office

Takeaways from Trump's Supreme Court win on procedural grounds: His legal peril is just starting
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What is Super Tuesday? Why it matters and what to watch

The biggest day of this year’s primary campaign is approaching

What is Super Tuesday? Why it matters and what to watch
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Democracy's appeal is slipping as nations across much of the world hold elections, a poll finds

A survey of 24 democratic countries by the Pew Research Center has found that while representative democracy remains a favorite system of governance around the globe, its appeal is slipping on the eve of elections worldwide

Democracy's appeal is slipping as nations across much of the world hold elections, a poll finds
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Stalled US aid for Ukraine underscores GOP's shift away from confronting Russia

Republicans have been softening their stance on Russia ever since Donald Trump won the 2016 presidential election following Russian hacking of his Democratic opponents

Stalled US aid for Ukraine underscores GOP's shift away from confronting Russia
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Takeaways from the Supreme Court arguments over whether Trump is ineligible to be president again

The prevailing view among legal experts before the Supreme Court heard argument in a case to remove Donald Trump from the 2024 ballot was that the justices wouldn't take that step

Takeaways from the Supreme Court arguments over whether Trump is ineligible to be president again
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Trump's presidential bid hangs in the balance at the Supreme Court. Here's what to know

The fate of former President Donald Trump’s attempt to return to the White House is in the hands of the U.S. Supreme Court

Trump's presidential bid hangs in the balance at the Supreme Court. Here's what to know
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Here's how 2 sentences in the Constitution rose from obscurity to ensnare Donald Trump

On Thursday, the Supreme Court is to hear arguments over whether Donald Trump can remain on the ballot in Colorado, where that state’s highest court ruled that he violated a constitutional provision targeting those who “engaged in insurrection.”

Here's how 2 sentences in the Constitution rose from obscurity to ensnare Donald Trump
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Trump warns of 'Pandora's box' of perpetual presidential prosecutions if charges against him stand

Donald Trump is warning that other ex-presidents could be prosecuted if criminal charges against him aren't dropped

Trump warns of 'Pandora's box' of perpetual presidential prosecutions if charges against him stand
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11-year-old killed in Iowa school shooting was a joyful boy known as 'Smiley,' his mother says

The mother of an 11-year-old who was killed this week in a school shooting in Iowa remembers the boy as a friendly child who exuded happiness

11-year-old killed in Iowa school shooting was a joyful boy known as 'Smiley,' his mother says
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The Perry school shooting creates new questions for Republicans in Iowa's presidential caucuses

The shooting in Perry, Iowa, has cast a shadow over the state’s upcoming first-in-the-nation Republican presidential caucuses

The Perry school shooting creates new questions for Republicans in Iowa's presidential caucuses

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