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After Mar-a-Lago search, can Dems run against Trumpism but not Trump?

Democrats wonder if they can talk about Donald Trump on the trail or simply ignore him.

Giuliani’s legal jeopardy in Georgia

Donald Trump's lawyer has been informed he's a "target" of the Fulton County, Ga., district attorney's probe. Here's what we know about his actions in the state.

Good news for crudité lovers in Pennsylvania: Salsa prices have dropped

An April video of Pennsylvania Senate candidate Mehmet Oz shopping went viral again Monday, prompting us to wonder: How were prices holding up.

The curious timing of Trump naming two allies to access his records

In late June, as tensions with the Justice Department were roiling, Trump named two allies as representatives able to access his records.

The precedented investigation of an ex-president’s actions

The search of Trump's residence is unprecedented. A federal investigation of a former president's actions, in the final days of his tenure? Not so much.

Another year, another high-profile voter-fraud summit goes bust

This time, it was True the Vote that promised to reveal the evidence behind its claims ... but then didn't.

Alaska vote tests Trump’s influence, Palin’s bid and a new election system

Two simultaneous elections will be held Tuesday — with voters casting ballots under unusual new conditions.

President Biden to rally Democrats in Maryland next week

Biden is set to headline a Democratic National Committee event in the Maryland suburbs of Washington.

Trump’s new argument on the Mar-a-Lago files is both weak and insufficient

Trump can't get his story straight, not that he needs to.

Graham must testify in Ga. probe of effort to overturn 2020 election, judge rules

Sen. Lindsey O. Graham (R-S.C.) cited three reasons in seeking to quash the subpoena. The judge rejected all three and said, “The court finds that the District Attorney has shown extraordinary circumstances and a special need for Senator Graham’s testimony.”

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