We can make our voting systems just a bit dumber and a whole lot safer.
William Fambrough supported the "wrong" mayoral candidate, so East Cleveland law enforcement destroyed his van and hit him with petty prosecutions.
The election serves as a trial run for Alaska's new voting process, which could be a boon for third-party candidates.
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He’s been dismissive of fears of gang activity in the LASD and on the attack against critics and investigators. Voters have noticed.
Mayor London Breed, who has herself recently pivoted away from criminal justice reforms, will select Boudin's successor.
In Los Angeles and San Francisco, voters face candidates who promised criminal justice reforms but whose records have been disappointing.
After bracing for a supposed return of Jim Crow, Georgia saw a major increase in early votes in this week's primaries.
Dr. Oz Warns That Legalizing Marijuana in Pennsylvania Would Aggravate Unemployment by Weakening 'Mojo'
The Republican Senate candidate is echoing decades of anti-pot propaganda, but evidence to support his hypothesis is hard to find.
A federal district court judge dismissed Lindell's counterclaims against Dominion and Smartmatic, and Lindell may still be on the hook for defamation.
Democratic gubernatorial nominee Josh Shapiro ran ads that boosted Mastriano's GOP primary campaign. There's no way this strategy could ever backfire, right?
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But the pitched battle for the GOP Senate nomination in the Keystone State is still too close to call.
When the governor behind North Carolina's infamous "bathroom bill" is accused of not being Republican enough, it bodes ill for the future of the party.
The former venture capitalist will face Rep. Tim Ryan, the Democratic nominee, in November's general election.
If even Donald Trump can't tell the candidates apart, what hope do Ohioans have?
It may not be a successful strategy in general elections, but it's still deeply unnerving.
Politicians who benefit from divisive election politics resist reforms that threaten the status quo.
France's Authoritarian Establishment Faces Off Against the Even Uglier Authoritarianism of the Far Right
French President Emmanuel Macron is authoritarian-light. Candidate Marine Le Pen is worse.
Some liberal political analysts are warning that Republicans will gain a big Senate majority over the next two elections.
Donald Trump's staying power and the decline of fusionism are on full display in this primary race.
Here Is Why a Federal Judge Says Trump Probably Committed Felonies When He Tried to Overturn Biden's Election
A ruling in a dispute over emails sought by the January 6 committee agrees that Trump's actions likely violated two federal laws.
The New York Times Belatedly Admits the Emails on Hunter Biden's Abandoned Laptop Are Real and Newsworthy
A year and a half after the New York Post broke the story, the Times says it has "authenticated" the messages it previously deemed suspect.
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A Judge Finds a 'Substantial Basis' for the Claim That Fox News Recklessly Promoted Trump's Election Fantasy
The decision allows Smartmatic to proceed with its defamation lawsuit against Fox, two anchors, and Rudy Giuliani.
A Supreme Court ruling restoring Dzhokhar Tsarnaev’s capital sentence and a congressional logjam makes it clear that only he can keep his campaign promise.
The platform punished The Hill's morning show, Rising, for showing a clip of Trump speaking.
A new paper makes the economic case for throwing the bums out as often as possible.
Frustrated parents had their revenge against Gabriela Lopez, Alison Collins and Faauuga Moliga.
Sidney Powell Disowns Her Kraken, Saying She Is Not Responsible for Her Phony Story of a Stolen Election
The former Trump campaign lawyer, who is fighting sanctions against her, says the claims she made in her Michigan lawsuit "perhaps" were true.
Georgia Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger claimed that over 1,000 people voted more than once. He now admits that number is far lower.
Neither Republicans nor Democrats can be trusted to give an honest account of what happened that day.
Contrary to some of the more breathless reactions, it doesn't suggest a conspiracy to help Republicans win elections by disenfranchising black voters.
Republican party officials voted earlier on Friday to censure Reps. Liz Cheney and Adam Kinzinger, the only two Republicans participating in the investigation of the January 6 riots at the U.S. Capitol
By saying the quiet part loud, the former president should spur Congress into action.
The North Carolina congressman's opponents argue that the 14th Amendment disqualifies him from seeking reelection.