Gabriel Sterling, the COO of the Georgia secretary of state's office, says some proposed restrictions on voting go too far.
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Power outages are increasingly common, putting everything from clean drinking water to medical equipment at risk. Some ...
Florida’s CONNECT unemployment benefits system failed to connect to much of anything in the early days of the pandemic, ...
The Biden administration offered humanitarian protections to Venezuelans on Monday that would alleviate the threat of ...
Just hours after Gov. Ron DeSantis’ office released the draft report Thursday by Chief Inspector General Melinda Miguel, ...
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Exposing people to a potentially fatal disease could hasten understanding of COVID-19 and development of new vaccines and ...
The Des Moines Register reporter, Andrea Sahouri, was arrested as she covered a Black Lives Matter protest. "Treating media ...
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But within the slender, 30-mile long Mosquito Lagoon in Brevard and Volusia counties, mangroves are asserting dominance.
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The state government pushed local school districts to reopen classrooms last fall sooner than elected school board members ...
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The former Minneapolis officer accused of killing George Floyd faces charges of second-degree murder and second-degree ...
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Grover Nicodemus Street has traveled around the country, chasing coronavirus hotspots. For traveling nurses, this has been ...
Speaker Nancy Pelosi is calling for bipartisan support for the upcoming House vote on the Senate-amended legislation. Such ...
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