Michigan AG asks feds to investigate fake GOP electors

Michigan AG asks feds to investigate fake GOP electors

Michigan’s attorney general is asking federal prosecutors to open a criminal investigation into 16 Republicans who submitted false certificates stating they were the state’s presidential electors despite Joe Biden’s 154,000-vote victory in... Read more »
Omicron Makes Biden’s Vaccine Mandates Obsolete

Omicron Makes Biden’s Vaccine Mandates Obsolete

Federal courts considering the Biden administration’s vaccination mandates—including the Supreme Court at Friday’s oral argument—have focused on administrative-law issues. The decrees raise constitutional issues as well. But there’s a simpler reason the... Read more »
Biden administration sues Texas over new voting restrictions

Biden administration sues Texas over new voting restrictions

AUSTIN, Texas — The Biden administration on Thursday sued Texas over new voting rules that outlasted a summer of dramatic protests by Democrats, who face fading hopes of overhauling the nation’s election... Read more »
Former Trump lawyer Alan Dershowitz sues

Former Trump lawyer Alan Dershowitz sues

Alan Dershowitz John Lamparski | Getty Images Famed attorney Alan Dershowitz on Wednesday filed a multimillion-dollar lawsuit against Netflix and the producers of “Jeffrey Epstein: Filthy Rich” over his portrayal in the... Read more »
Bristol Mayor election result: Marvin Rees re-elected

Bristol Mayor election result: Marvin Rees re-elected

Marvin Rees has been re-elected Mayor of Bristol for a second term. After two rounds of counting he beat Green Candidate Sandy Hore-Ruthven by 13,613 votes. Mr Rees retained his position of... Read more »
Protecting American Democracy Is No Crime

Protecting American Democracy Is No Crime

In the past 12 months, American election officials have been heralded for their courage and commitment in carrying out the most logistically challenging election in modern times—with record turnout, no less. They... Read more »
The Tax Cut Ban and the Constitution

The Tax Cut Ban and the Constitution

The Capitol Building for the state of Ohio. Photo: Getty Images Democrats didn’t flip a single state legislative chamber or governor’s mansion in the 2020 election, while Republicans flipped three. Yet through... Read more »
Exclusive: Georgia prosecutor probing Trump taps leading racketeering attorney

Exclusive: Georgia prosecutor probing Trump taps leading racketeering attorney

(Reuters) – The district attorney investigating whether former U.S. President Donald Trump illegally interfered with Georgia’s 2020 election has hired an outside lawyer who is a national authority on racketeering, a source... Read more »
2 charged for making threats to Michigan public officials over election results

2 charged for making threats to Michigan public officials over election results

DETROIT – Two men were charged by Attorney General Dana Nessel’s office for threatening three high ranking Michigan public officials. The threats were made before and after the November 2020 general election,... Read more »
U.S. state capitals see few protesters after bracing for violent demonstrations

U.S. state capitals see few protesters after bracing for violent demonstrations

By Nathan Layne, Brendan O’Brien HARRISBURG, Pa./LANSING, Mich. (Reuters) – A heavy presence of law enforcement officers guarded state capitol grounds across the United States on Sunday in preparation for protests that... Read more »