Federal Prosecutors Push Back on Barr Memo on Voter Fraud Claims

November 14, 2020 

The prosecutors, assigned to monitor this month’s elections, said they had found no evidence to back any “substantial allegations” of voting irregularities.

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November 25, 2020
Rep.-elect Tony Gonzales helps GOP hold Texas border district: 'My story is the American dream'

Tony Gonzales, the newly elected Republican congressman from Texas, brings to Washington a drive to tackle border security and immigration reform -- examples of thorny issues that the Navy veteran says politicians have avoided for too long. Gonzales, a Mexican-American first-time politician, will represent a majority Hispanic southern border district that Democrats unsuccessfully targeted to […]

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November 25, 2020
After holding the line in 2020, Senate Republicans face another tough map in 2022

The 2020 battle for the Senate isn't over yet, with the Republican majority in the chamber still at stake in Georgia's twin Jan. 5 Senate runoff elections. But regardless, early moves in the 2022 Senate races are already underway, with the Republicans facing a challenging map for a second straight cycle. CLICK HERE FOR THE […]

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November 25, 2020
Biden and China

Want to get The Morning by email? Here's the sign-up. Good morning. Biden introduces his foreign policy team. The Dow breaks 30,000. And Pennsylvania is banning alcohol sales. ImageJoe Biden with Xi Jinping in Beijing in 2011.Credit...Peter Parks/Agence France-Presse -- Getty Images The presidents who came just before Donald Trump took a mostly hopeful view […]

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November 25, 2020
7 Places Where the Slopes Are Less Skied

Devoted skiers and snowboarders recognize the plum benefits of below-the-radar ski resorts: fewer fellow powder seekers, shorter lift lines, relatively reasonably priced tickets and lodging, and, often, limited distractions from time spent on the slopes. Now, especially, these qualities hold even broader appeal, as skiers look to limit contact with others while spending more time […]

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November 25, 2020
Outdoor Heaters Seem Like a Huge Waste. Are They Really?

It's getting chilly out there. And whether you're hosting an alfresco Thanksgiving celebration or just trying not to freeze while working from home, you may be curious about the best way to heat yourself, but not the planet, this winter. Let's look at outdoor options first. Many people have purchased fire pits and patio heaters […]

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November 25, 2020
Colonial Williamsburg Project Unearths Graves and Artifacts at Site of Historic Black Church

Archaeologists working in Colonial Williamsburg to unearth what life was like for the original congregants of one of the oldest Black congregations in the country have uncovered one and possibly two graves and more than 12,000 artifacts, including an ink bottle, doll fragments and coins. Digging beneath a parking lot in the Virginia city, the […]

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