Amy Gardner explains why Trump’s latest phone call to Georgia officials has legal scholars crying foul.

And as the nation keeps a close eye on Georgia’s two U.S. Senate runoff elections, it’s a good time to revisit Post Reports’ deep dive into the real and perceived voter suppression in the state. 

And, after months of isolation, a “hug room” in Italy lets nursing home residents touch their families for the first time, reports Chico Harlan.
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Amy Gardner explains why Trump’s latest phone call to Georgia officials has legal scholars crying foul.

And as the nation keeps a close eye on Georgia’s two U.S. Senate runoff elections, it’s a good time to revisit Post Reports’ deep dive into the real and perceived voter suppression in the state. 

And, after months of isolation, a “hug room” in Italy lets nursing home residents touch their families for the first time, reports Chico Harlan.
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