The former Trump attorney's election fraud lawsuits feature the same sort of dubious evidence that has failed to impress courts across the country.
- The Attorney General Says He Hasn't Seen Any Evidence of Fraud That Could Have Changed the Outcome of the Election
- A Trump Judicial Appointee's Blistering Opinion Is a Reality Check for Republicans Who Still Think Biden Stole the Election
- Trump: If the President Doesn't Have Standing to Pursue Wild, Unsubstantiated Claims of Election Fraud, Who Does?
- The Republican Election Officials Who Put Process Over Partisanship
Especially if the COVID-19 inoculations are deployed speedily and accepted widely.
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Joe Biden's natsec team fulfills his campaign promise of a return to normalcy and conventional Washington. That also means maintaining the failed status quo of the post-9/11 era.
Charities are free to help people who truly need help.
Earlier in November, surveillance footage captured officers beating a man for not wearing a mask.
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The president has the worst record for clemency in modern history.
Neera Tanden, Biden's Pick for Budget Office: Now Is Not the Time To 'Worry About Raising Deficits and Debt'
She once suggested that if Americans care about the deficit so much, maybe we should make Libya pay for it.
In a year that will be remembered for a deadly pandemic that shut down parts of the economy and cost millions of people their jobs, here's one silver lining.
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"If you look at the data, the spread among children and from children is not very big at all."
Requiring meatpackers to pandemic-proof their facilities will have unintended consequences.
Paul Krugman Thinks Holding Religious Services During the COVID-19 Pandemic Is Like 'Dumping Neurotoxins Into Public Reservoirs'
The New York Times columnist misconstrues the issues at stake in the challenge to New York's restrictions on houses of worship.
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A documentary describes a drug-fueled countercultural romance.
There’s no journalist more relentlessly iconoclastic than Greenwald, who won the 2014 Pulitzer Prize for his reporting on the Snowden revelations.
Unfortunately, I'd guess the party did just well enough in the last election to punt those discussions to another day.
SCOTUS Blocks New York's COVID-19 Restrictions on Houses of Worship, Saying They Are Not 'Narrowly Tailored'
Gov. Andrew Cuomo described his policy as a "fear-driven response," cut by a "hatchet" rather than a "scalpel."