The conservative-leaning social-media network is telling a House committee it has been unfairly targeted by big tech companies.
A challenge of Rita Hart’s razor-thin loss says there are 22 valid ballots that were never counted, which could reverse the outcome.
The then-president said that “something bad happened” and pressed for an investigation into votes from Fulton County, the state’s most populous that includes most of Atlanta.
Thousands have flocked to the annual Conservative Political Action Conference to hear from former President Donald Trump and some of his staunchest political disciples.
Two women whose husbands died after getting coronavirus are seeking their House seats, once a common path for women to enter Congress.
The voting-machine maker’s lawsuit alleges defamation and seeks more than $1.3 billion in damages.
Georgia’s State Election Board voted to refer to the attorney general a case concerning a 2019 voter registration drive by a group that was headed by Sen. Raphael Warnock.
The ruling follows a court-supervised canvass and allows the Republican candidate to regain a seat she lost in 2018 to Democratic Rep. Anthony Brindisi, resolving the last 2020 congressional contest.
Donald Trump won the support of GOP voters by running against the party establishment. He departed with his ties to leaders strained and his political future unclear.
The president won’t attend Joe Biden’s inauguration but will participate in a send-off at Joint Base Andrews.
President-elect Joe Biden and Ms. Harris will be sworn into office during a scaled-back inauguration in a heavily fortified Washington.
Authorities arrested a Virginia man who they said drove to a U.S. Capitol security checkpoint with a gun, 500 rounds of ammunition and unauthorized credentials for the presidential inauguration.
An influential pro-Trump discussion board active in the buildup to the Jan. 6 Capitol attack faces the prospect of being shut down by its web-hosting company for allegedly fostering white supremacist and violent extremism.
The Justice Department cites insufficient evidence of criminal intent in a case that drew President Trump’s ire.
Use of the Civil War era law against the Trump supporters would signal the government’s intent to treat the siege as an assault on national security.
Some rioters’ lawyers approach prosecutors in bid to avoid charges as the FBI warns other agencies of the prospect that partisan political grievances will fuel further violence.
For months, President Trump and his allies have made numerous false claims about election fraud in various competitive states, including at a rally before a mob stormed the Capitol. Here, we tackle some of the claims.
Democrats, seeking to impeach President Trump, say his comments incited the crowd to storm the building while lawmakers were certifying President-elect Joe Biden’s victory. Mr. Trump denies that he said anything improper.
The entities organizing the inauguration are sticking by their plan to hold the swearing-in ceremony on the west front of the Capitol.
The court without comment denied requests from President Trump and his allies to expedite more than half a dozen cases seeking to overturn Joe Biden’s victories in states including Georgia, Michigan, Pennsylvania and Wisconsin.