Dominion Sues MyPillow, CEO Mike Lindell Over Election Claims

WASHINGTON—One of the largest makers of voting machines in the U.S. on Monday sued a prominent supporter of former President

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Ban on New Foreign Workers Left U.S. Jobs Unfilled, Even in Covid Downturn

The U.S. closed the door to nearly all incoming foreign workers last year. The causes were Covid-19 restrictions that locked

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New York Prosecutors Investigating Trump’s Manhattan Properties

New York prosecutors are investigating financial dealings around some of Donald Trump’s signature Manhattan properties, extending the known range of

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Navalny Movement Scraps Protests as It Digs In for Long Haul

MOSCOW—The jailing of Kremlin critic Alexei Navalny last month galvanized the biggest popular protests in Russia in nearly a decade,

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Trump Adds New Lawyers for Impeachment Trial After Lead Attorneys Exit

Former President Donald Trump said two new lawyers will lead his defense at his Senate impeachment trial, after his previous

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Patrick Leahy Takes Gavel in Second Trump Impeachment Trial

WASHINGTON—Sen. Patrick Leahy will become the first person to preside over the impeachment trial of a former president next month,

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McCarthy Tries to Mend Fences With Trump

House Republican leader Kevin McCarthy worked to patch up his relationship with Donald Trump in a meeting in Florida on

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DHS Issues Its First National Terrorism Bulletin for Domestic Extremists

The Department of Homeland Security issued its first-ever national terrorism bulletin about violent domestic extremists, warning they could attack in

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Biden’s Order to Freeze New Oil Drilling on Federal Land: What You Need to Know

President Biden has long signaled his intention to curb oil-and-gas drilling on federal land as part of a sweeping effort

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