If Democrats' voting rights bills are blocked, Biden says, "we have no choice but to change the Senate rules, including getting rid of the filibuster."
The felony murder rule is a perversion of justice—even when used against unsympathetic defendants.
Travis McMichael, Gregory McMichael, and William 'Roddie' Bryan Found Guilty of Murdering Ahmaud Arbery
The men were almost never charged, thanks to misconduct from the first prosecutor, who is now under a criminal indictment.
As the trial wraps up, it's important to remember that the first prosecutor on the case, Jackie Johnson, has been indicted for violating her oath of office.
And now an appeals court has ruled the cops who arrested her aren't entitled to qualified immunity from her lawsuit.
Requiring that homes and apartments be a minimum size is a major driver of high housing costs. A new lawsuit from a nonprofit developer argues those rules are also unconstitutional.
A state watchdog concluded an office in the Georgia Department of Tax Revenue illegally kept $5 million in forfeiture funds and spent it partially on swag like sunglasses and engraved guns
Former District Attorney Jackie Johnson may face accountability for her official actions in the Ahmaud Arbery investigation.
Solar Panel Manufacturer That Hasn't Produced Solar Panels Since 2017 Seeks Extension of Solar Panel Tariffs
What good is protectionism that isn't protecting anything?
The lawsuit claims Georgia officials enacted restrictive provisions with the intent of curtailing the right to vote based on race.
Over 24 Cops Raided the Wrong Address and Wrecked an Elderly Man's Home. They All Got Qualified Immunity.
There will be no justice for Onree Norris.
Georgia D.A. reverses her previous position when faced with a mass shooting she sees as a hate crime.
Charge them for their crimes, not their thoughts.
Remember when Republicans believed private businesses had a right to exercise free speech?
It's a regulation-heavy Monday.
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The state Senate approved some cynical changes to Georgia's absentee ballot laws under the guise of securing future elections from fraud that no one seems to be able to find.
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.
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