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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Offshore Wind Farms, Big in Europe, Could Boom in U.S. Under Biden

Developers of offshore wind farms, long awaiting their moment in the U.S., are pushing the Biden administration to cut through

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Supreme Court Hands California Churches Partial Relief From Covid-19 Restrictions

WASHINGTON—The Supreme Court late Friday exempted churches from California’s public-health order banning indoor gatherings in counties suffering widespread risk of

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New York Republican Claudia Tenney Should Be Certified Winner of House Race, Judge Rules

Republican Claudia Tenney should be certified as the winner of an upstate New York congressional seat, a judge ruled Friday,

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Mexico’s Top Court Sets Back President’s Plans for State Power Company

Mexico’s Supreme Court on Wednesday ruled that changes in regulations for the country’s electricity market giving priority to the state-owned

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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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