The Arizona Free and Fair Elections Act would have established same-day voter registration and prohibited the state Legislature from overturning federal election results.
Month: August 2022
Hiding a thousand feet below the earth’s surface in this patch of northern Minnesota wetlands are ancient mineral deposits that some view as critical to
The Democratic establishment in Florida and New York had a good night in primaries and special elections.
Democrats in Florida will choose who will face Gov. Ron DeSantis, and House races across New York could set the tone for November.
The magistrate judge signaled that he was still inclined to release at least parts of the sealed affidavit used to justify the search of Mar-a-Lago,
A touchstone of political and social discourse, the nearly 100-year-old phrase “the American dream,” is being repurposed — critics say distorted — particularly by Republicans
The letter, which also requested that Rudolph W. Giuliani be awarded the Presidential Medal of Freedom, was intercepted before reaching President Donald J. Trump.
Government documents that President Donald J. Trump had accumulated were with him in roughly two dozen boxes in the White House residence. They were to
Chris Stirewalt was part of a pivotal decision to declare Joe Biden the winner of Arizona in 2020. Now he’s speaking out about a network
Judge Reinhart has faced a wave of criticism, disinformation and online threats over his involvement in the F.B.I.’s search.