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Trump Pressed Justice Dept. to Declare Election Results Corrupt, Notes Show

WASHINGTON — President Donald J. Trump pressed top Justice Department officials late last year to declare that the election was corrupt even though they had…

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Justice Department Warns States on Voting Laws and Election Audits

WASHINGTON — The Justice Department on Wednesday sent another warning shot to Republican state legislatures that have initiated private audits of voting tabulations broadly viewed…

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U.S. Declines to Defend Trump Ally in Lawsuit Over Jan. 6 Riot

WASHINGTON — The Justice Department declined on Tuesday to defend a congressional ally of former President Donald J. Trump in a lawsuit accusing them both…

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Suspect Tries to Compare Capitol Riot to Last Year’s Violence in Portland, Ore.

The reason, Mr. Broden said, was politics. “Most, if not all, of the Portland dismissals, offers of pretrial diversion, and pleas to significantly reduced charges…

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Thomas Barrack, Trump Fund-Raiser, Is Indicted on Lobbying Charge

Critics claimed the committee became a hub for peddling access to foreign officials or business leaders, or those acting on their behalf, but investigations by…

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Merrick Garland’s Choice on Mo Brooks and the Capitol Attack

When Mo Brooks took his oath of office as a U.S. representative, he swore to support and defend the Constitution. His official duties certainly don’t…

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Justice Dept. Pauses Federal Executions, Reversing Trump Policy

Attorney General Merrick B. Garland on Thursday imposed a moratorium on federal executions pending a review of the Justice Department’s policies and procedures, reversing the…

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Prisoners Sent Home Because of Covid May Have to Go Back

NEW HAVEN, Conn. — Ever since she was sent to a sober living facility six months ago, part of a mass release of nonviolent prisoners…

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Justice Dept. Sues Georgia Over Voting Restrictions Law

WASHINGTON — The Justice Department sued Georgia over a sweeping voting law passed by the state’s Republican-led legislature, Attorney General Merrick B. Garland announced on…

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