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The Pennsylvania governor has the unusual authority to appoint the secretary of state, who must sign off on election results. If he or she refuses, chaos could follow.
The former president’s comments were similar to the baseless claims he made after the 2020 election.
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Target and other national retailers got swept into a staggering sell-off on Wednesay that slashed more than 1,100 points off the Dow.
The risk to the general public is "very, very low," a health expert says, and investigators are looking into how the virus is spreading.
As fans enter Southern Hills for Monday's practice round, they are greeted by a poster of 2021 champion Phil Mickelson. (Erik S Lesser/EPA-EFE/REX/Shutterstock)
Mickelson has opted not to defend the Wanamaker Trophy he won last year in historic fashion, and his absence is very much a presence at Southern Hills.
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Households can now order eight additional tests, boosting supplies ahead of possible summer and fall surges.
A third shot of the Pfizer-BioNTech coronavirus vaccine would become available to 5-to-11-year-olds as cases rise nationally.
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West Virginians’ skepticism about a clean-energy shift — whether from Sen. Joe Manchin III or even those working on a new wind farm — complicates President Biden’s climate push.
Toyota displays prototypes of electric vehicles at its showroom in Tokyo. (Bloomberg News)
Amid rising gas prices and climate change, car giants are in a fierce contest to perfect the solid-state battery, long viewed as a "holy grail" for electric vehicles.
That deadly toll — 9 million people each year — has killed more people than war, terrorism, road injuries, malaria, drugs and alcohol.
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