With most legal options exhausted, President Trump is now using the power of his office to overturn the election by claiming baseless allegations of voter fraud. White House bureau chief Philip Rucker reports on the president’s attempt to stay in office.

National arts reporter Geoff Edgers revisits John Lennon’s last album on the 40th anniversary of its release.

Fake coronavirus test results are hitting the black market. Shannon McMahon discusses the tourists paying top dollar for them. 
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With most legal options exhausted, President Trump is now using the power of his office to overturn the election by claiming baseless allegations of voter fraud. White House bureau chief Philip Rucker reports on the president’s attempt to stay in office.

National arts reporter Geoff Edgers revisits John Lennon’s last album on the 40th anniversary of its release.

Fake coronavirus test results are hitting the black market. Shannon McMahon discusses the tourists paying top dollar for them. 
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