Politics

Andrew Giuliani Calls on Famous Father in New York Governor’s Bid

NEW YORK (AP) — After 2020, Rudy Giuliani is not someone most politicians would call on to hold a press conference on their behalf. Fronting Former President Donald Trump’s False claims of voter fraud, Giuliani made infamous on-camera appearances embracing baseless theories — once making an impression on actor Joe Pesci as dark streaks of …

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In Colorado and elsewhere, 2020 election deniers seek the best polling stations

By Joseph Axo (Reuters) – Tina Peters, an election official in western Colorado, has been charged with election manipulation and banned by a judge from voting in her native country this year. But Peters, who has echoed former President Donald Trump’s false claims that the 2020 presidential election was rigged, is far from intimidated. She …

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Commission tries new approach to break through

NEW YORK (AP) — As television shows go, expectations were rife that the Jan. 6 committee hearings would essentially be repetitions. Instead, they have been much more. The five sessions have revealed a storyteller’s eye, with focus, clarity, an understanding of how news is digested in modern media, and strong character development — even as …

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More than 1 million voters switch to GOP as a warning to Dems

WASHINGTON (AP) — A political shift is beginning to take place in the US as tens of thousands of suburban voters who have contributed to the Democratic Party’s gains in recent years become Republicans. More than 1 million voters in 43 states have switched to the Republican Party in the past year, according to voter …

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The impact of Kavanaugh’s confirmation on the 2018 election could reveal how Roe v. Wade’s reversal could affect this year’s midterms

Brett Kavanaugh, Chief Justice of the United States Supreme Court.Chip Somodevilla/Getty Images 40 seats in the Republican House went to Democratic candidates after Kavanaugh’s confirmation in 2018. In 27 of those races, GOP candidates led in polls ahead of Kavanaugh’s controversial hearings. The response to his confirmation may show how the Roe v. Wade withdrawal …

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G7 Aims to Raise $600 Billion to Counter China’s Belt and Road

By Andrea Shalal SCHLOSS ELMAU, Germany (Reuters) – Group of seven leaders on Sunday pledged to raise $600 billion in private and public funds over five years to fund needed infrastructure in developing countries and the older, multitrillion-dollar Belt and Road project against China. US President Joe Biden and other G7 leaders relaunched the recently …

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Ban abortion pills, but don’t punish women for them

WASHINGTON (AP) — South Dakota’s Republican governor vowed to ban mail order on Sunday abortion pills but said women should not be prosecuted for looking for them. In apparent defiance of legal guidance from the Ministry of Justice after Supreme Court last week removed constitutional protections for women for abortion, Kristi Naem indicated in interviews …

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Democratic Women Call on Biden, Congress to Protect Federal Abortion Rights

By David Morgan and David Lawder WASHINGTON (Reuters) – Leading Democratic women on Sunday called on President Joe Biden and Congress to protect abortion rights nationwide after the U.S. Supreme Court overthrown Roe v. Wade, in a ruling that lifted political tensions between the federal government and states has increased. Two Democratic progressives, Senator Elizabeth …

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Trump’s Enduring Legacy Grows Now Supreme Court Roe . overthrows

Former President Trump is speaking at an event in Nashville this month. (Mark Humphrey/Associated Press) President Biden rarely mentions his predecessor by name. But as he spoke to a nation experiencing a seismic shift in… women’s rightshe couldn’t ignore the legacy of Donald Trump. “It was three judges named by one president – ​​Donald Trump …

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Wisconsin Democrats Turn Their Anger On Republican Senator Johnson

MADISON, Wisconsin (AP) – Democrats in Wisconsin who want to take their seat Republican Senator Ron Johnson directed their attacks on him on Sunday, not on each other, as the eight candidates made a plea to party activists at the state convention held six weeks before the primary. Democratic Senate candidates criticized Johnson for his …

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