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Election denialism has evolved into a sprawling nationwide force that's gone local

1 month ago   |   By NPR

Election deniers are spreading false narratives that there was rampant fraud in the 2020 election. NPR tracked four men who appeared at more than 300 events in 45 states and Washington, D.C.
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DeSantis announces 20 arrests tied to voter fraud charges

DeSantis announces 20 arrests tied to voter fraud charges

TALLAHASSEE, Fla. - Gov. Ron DeSantis on Thursday announced that the state is in the process of arresting 20 ex-felons - mostly in South Florida - for voter fraud tied to the... Read more ...

'Fiction': Top Trump Officials Tell CNN His 'Standing Order' Claim Is Rubbish

'Fiction': Top Trump Officials Tell CNN His 'Standing Order' Claim Is Rubbish

Trump's claim about a "standing order" that automatically declassified documents he took home is false, according to many of his former administration officials. Read more ...

GOP candidate says call for Garland's death was 'facetious'

BUFFALO, N.Y. - A Republican candidate for Congress in western New York said in a radio interview that U.S. Attorney General Merrick Garland “should be executed” for... Read more ...

Breathing Room For Biden: Big Summer Wins Ease 2024 Doubts

Breathing Room For Biden: Big Summer Wins Ease 2024 Doubts

President Joe Biden insists he intends to seek reelection in 2024. Read more ...

DeSantis's new election crimes unit makes its first arrests

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‘The Three Climateers': Meet the new generation of Senate climate hawks

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Pa. Senate race no longer tossup as Fetterman memes zero in on Oz's wealth

The social media spat comes as new predictions show that the tight race is drifting in Fetterman's favor. Read more ...

AZ GOP Crashes And Burns As Mark Kelly Leads By 8 In Senate Race

A new Fox News poll revealed that Sen. Mark Kelly leads Blake Masters 50%-42% in the Arizona Senate race. Read more ...

Massachusetts transportation boss takes a vacation as Orange Line shutdown looms

Some eyebrows may have been raised when the state's transportation boss opted to take a vacation in the week leading up to an unprecedented 30-day Orange Line shutdown that has... Read more ...

Hotel development in Boston's North End angers some neighbors

Opponents to a North End hotel development proposal gathered Thursday to push back on the project's latest advancement, arguing if a big developer wants to “cast a shadow” over... Read more ...