Democracy Dies in Darkness
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A more conservative court could make changes in how rules for next election will be set. This week, justices will review the shield provided by the Voting Rights Act, first passed in 1965 to forbid laws that result in discrimination based on race.
President Biden is pushing to reclaim America’s global leadership after four years of the former president's insults and snubs. 
Rep. Madison Cawthorn (R-N.C.) heads back to his office on Jan. 6 after speaking to Trump supporters. (Gabriella Demczuk)
Cawthorn, 25, has adopted the Trump playbook, making false statements about his background, issuing baseless allegations about voter fraud and demonizing his political opponents.
Baron, who is retiring Sunday, expected to manage a newspaper during hard times. Instead, he found unimagined opportunities and challenges.
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Charlotte Bennett, 25, told the New York Times that the 63-year-old governor asked about her sex life, wondered whether she had slept with older men and told her he would be interested in relationships with women in their 20s.
Kelly Wood said there was no way her father, Raymond A. Wood, wrote the letter, in which he purportedly admitted to helping arrest members of Malcolm X’s security team days before the 1965 assassination.
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Vice President Mike Pence and House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) resume presiding over a joint session of Congress to certify the 2020 electoral college results on Jan. 6. (Reuters)
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