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The Big Question the Georgia Senate Race Will Answer

What’s more powerful: a candidate’s skills and relevant experience, or the tug of political partisanship?

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Florida Ex-Congressman Arrested Over Secret Contract With Venezuela

Former Representative David Rivera and a longtime associate were charged with conspiracy and failure to register as foreign agents, among…

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Governor Calls Attack on Power Stations a ‘New Level of Threat’

Gov. Roy Cooper, of North Carolina, said that whoever carried out the attack “knew exactly what they were doing.”

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A Disputed Witness at the Proud Boys Sedition Trial: A Police Officer

Defense lawyers and the Justice Department are clashing over possible testimony from a member of the Washington, D.C., police force…

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You’ve Got to Be Kidding! Real ID Deadline for Domestic Fliers is Extended. Again.

After years of delays, security-enhanced driver’s licenses and other updated identification requirements were set to be mandatory next spring. Now…

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Arizona Certifies Midterm Results After G.O.P. Resistance

The state’s top officials certified the results after weeks in which several Republican candidates have sowed baseless doubts about the…

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Behind the Story: The Case That Came Back to Haunt a San Francisco Judge

After 40 years, Anthony Kline had to confront a case he had forgotten.

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May ‘Bad Spaniels’ Mock Jack Daniel’s? The Supreme Court Will Decide.

The justices have agreed to hear a trademark dispute with First Amendment overtones involving a dog toy’s bathroom humor and…

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Popular Pastor Returns After Absence Over an ‘Inappropriate’ Online Relationship

Matt Chandler of the Village Church in suburban Dallas received a standing ovation after his leave, part of a period…

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How Harlem Shaped Warnock’s Faith and Politics

Senator Raphael Warnock’s time in New York City as a seminary student and pastor helped set him on a path…

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