Seventeen Republican attorneys general are backing the unprecedented case that Trump is calling "the big one." That come as the president and his allies have lost dozens of times in courts across the country and have no evidence of widespread…
By Nomaan Merchant, Thomas Beaumont, Associated Press
Some activists say they see the so-called "stop the steal" campaign as the animating force behind the next wave of Trump-era conservative politics.
By Associated Press
The Supreme Court has rejected Republicans' last-gasp bid to reverse Pennsylvania's certification of President-elect Joe Biden's victory in the electoral battleground.
By Michael R. Blood, Nicholas Riccardi, Associated Press
California has certified its presidential election and appointed 55 electors pledged to vote for Joe Biden, officially handing the Democrat the Electoral College majority needed to win the White House.
By Ben Nadler, Kate Brumback, Associated Press
Republican officials in Georgia are proposing additional requirements for the state's vote-by-mail process, despite no evidence of systemic fraud or irregularities.
By Michael Balsamo, Zeke Miller, Associated Press
The official serving as President Donald Trump's eyes and ears at the Justice Department has been banned from the building after trying to pressure staffers to give up sensitive case information she could relay to the White House.
By Aamer Madhani, Kevin Freking, Associated Press
He called it perhaps "the most important speech" of his presidency. But it was largely a recycling of the same litany of misinformation and unsubstantiated allegations of voter fraud that he has been making for the past month.
By Scott Bauer, Associated Press
Attorneys for Wisconsin's governor are calling President Donald Trump’s attempt to overturn the state's election results an “assault on democracy.”…
By Associated Press
Kelly, 56, defeated GOP Sen. Martha McSally in last month's election, making her one of only three incumbents to lose. By taking office, he has reduced the Republican edge in the chamber to 52-48.
By Kate Brumback, Associated Press
During a routine news conference at the state Capitol Tuesday to provide an update on the recount of the presidential race, Sterling admonished the president and Georgia's two U.S. senators.
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