Trump attorney Kurt Hilbert claimed he had reached settlement agreements with state officials, which was news to them.
When one party controls both Congress and the White House, the result is never a reduction in the size or cost of government.
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It's a nailbiter as Kelly Loeffler appears headed for defeat, while David Perdue barely hangs on. The control of the Senate is at stake.
Plus: Gov. Andrew Cuomo demonstrates how not to handle vaccine distribution , Americans are fleeing big cities and high tax states, and more...
As Key Georgia Senate Election Looms, Republicans Are Making It Difficult To Root for Divided Government
The ideal (if unlikely) outcome might be a split decision.
Trump's Conversation With Georgia Election Officials Shows His Conviction That He Won Is Impervious to Evidence
The president seems completely sincere, and he surrounds himself with advisers who reinforce his self-flattering fantasy.
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After Condemning Georgia's Election System As Untrustworthy, Trump Urges Republicans There to Vote in Senate Runoffs
"Don't listen to my friends," the president says, referring to supporters who took his fraud allegations seriously.
Hazel tells angry partisans "Give me your tears. They are delicious." He campaigned against lockdowns and for peace, and earned nearly twice the number of votes in Georgia as L.P. presidential pick Jo Jorgensen.
No, we're not talking about the presidency.
Biden appears to be winning, but the election is far from settled.
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Lindsey Graham just dodged a third-party bullet, but there are a handful of other tossup Senate races where third-party candidates could exceed the major candidates' margin.
Roderick Walker told deputies that he didn't need an ID since he wasn't driving.
The New York Times thinks so, but the data do not fit that hypothesis very well.
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The trend means we should see declining daily deaths in the coming weeks.
Meanwhile, the case fatality rate is still falling.
Mask mandates are dangerous and unjust, regardless of which level of government imposes them.
Every encounter with armed agents of the state has the potential to end tragically, which is a good reason to minimize such encounters.
Plus: Supreme Court considers church reopenings, GOP proposes back-to-work bonuses, Libertarian Party picks 2020 ticket, and more...
"We have long interpreted the Georgia Constitution as protecting a right to work in one's chosen profession free from unreasonable government interference."
The sooner everyone else recognizes those limits, the sooner we can shift to policies that balance public health and economic freedom.
Plus: Justin Amash's quick reversal, Ronan Farrow's flaws, and more...
In February, two white men shot and killed Ahmaud Arbery, a black 25-year-old.
A long-running legal battle ends with a victory for open government.
The kill switch to the economy was easy to find. The "on" button may be impossible to locate.
And Georgia will reopen select businesses beginning April 24.
Georgia Can't Compel School Speakers To Promise They Won't Boycott Israel, Argues New Federal Lawsuit
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Supporters of Lance believe the court should have tested DNA before sentencing him to death.
The jury said they would have given Jimmy Meders life in prison without parole had it been available.
The daughter of the murder victim has accused the state of ignoring her wishes.
A Georgia Death Row Inmate Will Be Executed Tomorrow. New Evidence Says a Different Man Was the Shooter.
A witness and co-defendant is casting doubt on the testimony that sent Ray Cromartie to death row.
Federal Judge Orders Georgia Sheriff To Stop Ritualistically Humiliating Registered Sex Offenders on Halloween
Citing the First Amendment, the judge tells the sheriff he may not force certain homes to display signs warning trick-or-treaters to stay away.
Ray Cromartie was scheduled to die on Wednesday. His supporters hope a question of jurisdiction will lead to DNA testing.
"Taxation by citation" harms the harmless and destroys trust in civic institutions.
A DNA test might show that he didn't fire the shot that killed a clerk in 1994. But the law says he'd be guilty anyway.
Perhaps the most radical aspect of the new Walmart Heath clinic? Consumers will know exactly what each service costs.