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By Farnoush Amiri, Mary Clare Jalonick, Associated Press
The House committee investigating the U.S. Capitol insurrection has subpoenaed more than a dozen individuals who it says falsely tried to declare Donald Trump the winner of the 2020 election.
By Farnoush Amiri, Associated Press
The report released Thursday offers new insight about how the Republican incumbent tried to undo the vote and exert his will on the Justice Department, asking leaders to declare the election "corrupt" and disparaging its top official for not doing…
By Mary Clare Jalonick, Eric Tucker, Colleen Long, Associated Press
Democratic members of a U.S. House committee on Thursday questioned Arizona officials on the potential damage that a partisan review of the state's 2020 election results had on trust in American elections.
By Bob Christie, Associated Press
A Republican-backed review of the 2020 presidential election in Arizona’s largest county ended Friday without producing proof to support former President Donald Trump’s false claims of a stolen election.
By Bob Christie, Christina A. Cassidy, Associated Press
By Anthony Izaguirre, Christina A. Cassidy, Associated Press
Arizona, Florida, Georgia, Iowa and some other GOP-controlled states also have enacted restrictions this year, particularly aimed at mail balloting and early in-person voting. More than 40% of voters cast mail ballots during last fall's election, a record.
By Nick Schifrin, Yamiche Alcindor
Today the Washington Post published excerpts from a new book by reporters Carol Leonnig and Phil Rucker describing how U.S. military leaders, including Joint Chiefs Chairman Mark Milley, worried President Trump might call on the armed forces to decide the…
“Fears and suspicions” about how far former President Trump would have gone to remain in power are still alive, says former Secretary of Defense Leon Panetta. New revelations that Pentagon leaders were concerned Trump might try to use the armed…
By Associated Press
An appeals court suspended Rudy Giuliani from practicing law in New York because he made false statements while trying to get courts to overturn Donald Trump's loss in the presidential race.
By John Yang, Tess Conciatori, Alex D'Elia
State legislatures across the country are trying to rewrite election laws after the contentious 2020 election. And as John Yang reports, a U.S. Supreme Court case argued Tuesday will determine how courts will assess those new laws.
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