Fired George Santos aide says he got his job after sending money to Republican’s deputy
House investigators questioned Myers about the payments, documented in receipts and text messages, as part of a probe into workplace sexual harassment allegations Myers made after being dismissed from Santos’ staff in February.
Decision on charges in Georgia election probe to happen this summer, DA says
A decision on charges in the Georgia election probe are expected this summer, according to a letter from DA.
MyPillow's Mike Lindell ordered to pay $5M in election data dispute
MyPillow founder Mike Lindell has been order to pay $5 million to a software engineer in a dispute over data Lindell claimed proved China interfered in the 2020 U.S. elections.
Demonstrators gather in Washington Square Park over abortion pill ruling
People gathered to protest the right to abortion after a federal judge in Texas ruled to suspend the FDA's approval of the abortion drug mifepristone, which was approved over 20 years ago.
Sen. John Fetterman's case highlights common stroke, depression link
Pennsylvania Democratic Senator John Fetterman is seeking treatment for severe depression months after having a stroke. Fetterman last year had the most common kind of stroke, caused by clots that block a blood vessel to the brain.
Trump election probe grand jury says one or more witnesses lied
The special grand jury investigating efforts by former President Trump and his allies' to overturn the 2020 election results in Georgia, has released its partial report. They believe one or more witnesses committed perjury, the question is who?
Sen. John Fetterman checks into hospital, cites clinical depression
U.S. Senator John Fetterman checked himself into Walter Reed National Military Medical Center Wednesday night to receive treatment for clinical depression, according to his office.
Maryland US Rep. Jamie Raskin announces cancer diagnosis
Maryland Democratic Rep. Jamie Raskin announced Wednesday he has a “serious but curable form of cancer.”
Transcripts reveal link between Trump, Nevada fake electors
The planning was extensive, the transcripts show, and began as early as four days before the election, when state party officials began discussing whether Nevada’s Republican secretary of state would sign off on the alternate slate of electors.
Louisiana mayor running for reelection killed in crash hours before polls close
Velma D. Hendrix was elected mayor of Melville, Louisiana, in 2018.
Josh Shapiro defeats Doug Mastriano in Pennsylvania governor's race
Democrat Josh Shapiro has won the race for governor of Pennsylvania. Shapiro will also effectively manage the 2024 election in a state that is often decisive in choosing presidents.
Trump lawyers saw Justice Thomas as 'key' to fighting 2020 election
The emails from December 2020 show the lawyers discussing ways to delay the certification of results in Georgia, a closely contested state won by Democrat Joe Biden.
What’s open and closed on Columbus Day 2022
Though the holiday has seen a recent shift in observance to Indigenous Peoples’ Day, it is still a federal holiday — meaning several businesses will be closed on Monday.
Rudy Giuliani arrives at courthouse, set to testify in Georgia 2020 election probe
Rudy Giuliani is scheduled to appear in an Atlanta courthouse to testify before a special grand jury that is investigating attempts by former President Donald Trump and others to overturn his 2020 election defeat in Georgia.
Rudy Giuliani targeted by 2020 election probe
Rudy Giuliani’s lawyer says prosecutors in Atlanta have said Giuliani is a target of their criminal investigation into possible illegal attempts by then-President Donald Trump and others to interfere in the 2020 general election in Georgia.
DOJ reportedly investigating Trump’s conduct, conversations as part of 2020 election probe
The Department of Justice is reportedly investigating the actions and correspondence of former President Trump in its investigation of his inner circle’s alleged efforts to overturn the 2020 election.
Feds: Attacker 'did not know who' Rep. Lee Zeldin was, had been drinking
A man accused of attacking New York GOP gubernatorial candidate Lee Zeldin during a recent campaign rally told investigators he’d been drinking that day and didn’t know who the congressman was.
Rudy Giuliani faces ethics charges over Trump election role
A disciplinary branch of the District of Columbia Bar says the former New York mayor must answer to professional ethics charges for his role in then-President Donald Trump's failed efforts to overturn the 2020 election.
Prosecutors debunk Colorado clerk's 2020 presidential election fraud claims
Prosecutors in a western Colorado county say they found no evidence of tampering in the 2020 presidential election as alleged by a clerk who has become a prominent voice among those promoting former President Donald Trump’s false claims of a stolen election.
OAN admits ‘no widespread voter fraud’ by election workers after settling defamation lawsuit
Two Georgia election workers filed a defamation lawsuit against One America News Network (OAN) after the news channel accused them of committing voter fraud to change the outcome of the presidential election in Georgia.