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Now Who's Contesting Elections?

The Democratic House could overturn results in Iowa and New York. Source link
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Trump ‘surprised’ 25 House Republicans say Biden is president-elect, demands to know who

President Trump said he is “surprised” that “so many” congressional Republicans believe President-elect Joe Biden won the election, and demanded a list of those who thought so.  The Washington Post surveyed all
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Trump’s Final Days of Rage and Denial

“Both also seem to be living in alternate realities surrounded only by those who confirm those realities,” she said. “But whereas one brooder will weather a slow and long decline,
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Trump lawsuits on voter fraud in 2020 election needed these Americans

Alexandra Seely, a 27-year-old dental hygienist, had never been in court except to deal with a traffic ticket. Yet days after the presidential election, her name was near the top
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Nor’easter slams New England, delivers heavy snow, rain, winds to Northeast

Heavy snow is now falling from Connecticut up to Maine. December 5, 2020, 8:10 PM • 7 min read Share to FacebookShare to TwitterEmail this article A storm system is
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Japan should weigh safety net for pandemic-hit firms, says PM aide

Heizo Takenaka, currently professor at Toyo University and a member of a government panel on the growth strategy, speaks during an interview with Reuters in Tokyo, Japan December 2, 2020.
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Man dresses as Buddy from Elf to meet father for first time – but dad doesn’t get the joke | World News

A man who dressed as an elf to meet his biological father for the first time has admitted his dad may have thought he was a “lunatic”. Doug Henning donned
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Majority of GA Voters Believe Election Was Comprised Enough to Alter Results

A majority of Georgia voters believe the 2020 presidential election was compromised enough to alter the results of the election, a Trafalgar Group survey released Friday showed. The survey, taken
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President Trump’s legal team claims 40K double votes found in Nev.

LANSING, MI – DECEMBER 02: U.S. President Donald Trump’s personal attorney Rudy Giuliani speaks as Jenna Ellis, a member of the president’s legal team looks on. (Photo by Rey Del
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India’s Navy Has Arrived | The National Interest

The Indian Navy is not exactly new—it can trace its origins back to the Royal Indian Navy, which was founded in 1612 as a branch of the Honourable East India
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WarnerMedia’s Sacrifice – The Atlantic

In the short term, everything WarnerMedia is doing makes sense. Even with a COVID-19 vaccine in the early stages of a rollout, the American theater industry is unlikely to bounce
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You must believe in spring – America’s economic recovery no longer looks so strong | United States

Dec 5th 2020 Editor’s note (December 4th): Since publication of this article the latest data release shows that jobs growth in America has slowed sharply. The economy added 245,000 jobs
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Pennsylvania Vetoes Help for Business

Pennsylvania Gov. Tom Wolf says he feels the pain of businesses struggling to survive the pandemic, but does he really? On Monday he vetoed a bill providing liability protections for
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Los Angeles would lose nearly 1,000 police jobs under budget proposal

A new budget proposal in Los Angeles issued Friday would cut more than 1,800 city jobs — including 951 police jobs — amid a $600 million budget shortfall, according to a report.
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The Virus Is Devastating the U.S., and Leaving an Uneven Toll

The poor, in particular, have been more at risk than the rich, according to analyses of those who have been sickened by the virus or succumbed to it. And new
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Judge: Trump administration must take new DACA applications

The Trump administration must accept new applications for the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program that protects some young immigrants from deportation ByThe Associated Press December 5, 2020, 3:13 AM
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Credit Suisse chairman hints at lower bonus payouts: newspaper

FILE PHOTO: Outgoing Credit Suisse Chairman Urs Rohner takes part in a panel discussion at the Swiss International Financial Forum (SIFF) in Rueschlikon, Switzerland November 6, 2019. REUTERS/Arnd Wiegmann/File Photo
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COVID-19: US faces ‘bleak future’ unless swift action is taken on aid bill, Biden warns | US News

Joe Biden has said he will not force Americans to take any vaccine – but did warn the country faces a “bleak future” unless swift action is taken to agree
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CNBC’s Santelli Takes on Pro-Lockdown Pundit — Says Viewers ‘Smart Enough’ to Make Decisions on Their Own

CNBC’s Rick Santelli found himself in the spotlight during Friday’s broadcast of “Squawk Box.” Nearly 12 years after an on-camera spot from the floor of the Chicago Mercantile Exchange that
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White House advisors optimistic about economic progress amid pandemic

Director of the National Economic Council Larry Kudlow speaks to members of the press outside the West Wing of the White House November 3, 2020 in Washington, DC. (Photo by
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Could China’s J-20 Give the Russian Su-35 a Run for Its Money?

Here’s What You Need to Remember: Apropos of engine troubles, Russian defense commentators join their western counterparts in their skepticism about the status of the WS-15 engine that the J-20 was
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Our Towns: Why Some Libraries Are Ending Fines

This note is to kick off a resumed set of chronicles in the “Our Towns” series, after  time away for a long Atlantic project on the origins of this era’s
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Shell collecting – Congress edges closer to cracking-down on anonymous shell corporations | United States

Dec 5th 2020 WASHINGTON, DC OUT OF THE $4.5bn pilfered from 1MDB, a Malaysian state development fund, at least $1bn is alleged by American prosecutors to have been embezzled into
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Payrolls Take a Covid Break

The jobs report for November was disappointing, although nowhere nearly as much as the politicians claimed on Friday. Democrats and Republicans leapt on the news as justification for the $1
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