State and local officials will turn over fewer than 800 files, rather than the millions that U.S. Attorney Robert J. Higdon Jr. was seeking in far-reaching subpoenas.
Virginia Democrats are seeking, but not yet finding, a leader to get them out of the mire.
Newly disclosed form shows she claimed to be “American Indian” when she registered with the State Bar of Texas.
A number of bungled proclamations show the data is easy to misinterpret, prompting voting-rights advocates to accuse Republicans of intentional voter suppression.
The discussion with the chief of the Cherokee Nation went beyond her controversial DNA test.
The cases from North Carolina reflect Justice Department priorities.
Wake County Superior Court Judge Paul Ridgeway indicated he was reluctant to intervene in a matter that falls under the authority of another branch of government.
Mark Harris, who leads his Democratic opponent by 905 votes in unofficial returns, said his campaign will go to court Thursday.
The revelations raise questions about whether prosecutors took the complaints seriously and could have averted activities that upended this year’s 9th Congressional District race.
The day after Labor Day, just as campaign season was entering its final frenzy, FreedomWorks, the Washington-based tea party organization, went into free fall.