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State Republicans attack voting rights in nationwide lame-duck sabotage
Legislators across four key swing states are taking aim at voting rights.
Avenatti’s declaration that he’s not running in 2020 is a meme now
After Avenatti said he's not running, a bunch of regular folks said the same thing.
Michael Avenatti’s 2020 dreams ended before they even began
Surprise, Avenatti will not seek office.
Report: GOP emails hacked during 2018 election
Some major Republican lawmakers reportedly didn't know about it.
Christine Bolaños on domestic violence and immigration
Podcast: A harrowing story from the frontlines of America's border.
Former Ecuadorian diplomat blasts ‘fake’ Manafort-Assange meeting story
Fidel Narváez worked at the embassy where Julian Assange resides in asylum.
Here’s how Facebook tried to tie George Soros to an anti-Facebook group
A document from Republican research group Definers Public Affairs shows...nothing much.
Trump did not have a good time at Argentina’s G20
His mind is clearly elsewhere.
Jim Carrey’s latest drawing mocks Trump’s relationships with world leaders
The drawing features two other world leaders.
A photo of Sully, George H.W. Bush’s service dog, is breaking everyone’s hearts
The picture is melting a lot of people's hearts.
Why bitcoin transactions aren’t as private as you think
Cryptocurrency isn't completely private.
Proud Boys founder denied Australian visa for failing character test
The land down under denied Gavin McInnes’ visa, following a petition that received more than 80,000 signatures.
Allegations of voter fraud in North Carolina’s 9th congressional district
There are multiple allegations of tampering with absentee ballots.