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Opinion: What Arizona's sham audit really taught us

At long last, the sham "audit" of the 2020 election results in Arizona found President Joe Biden beat former President Donald Trump in Maricopa County. Despite this confirmation, the Cyber Ninjas, a novice group tasked with conducting the review, has drafted a report rife with misinformation that could continue to sow distrust in the US election system.

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Opinion: If my fellow Republicans want to win, they won't buy Trump's stolen election fantasy

Houston, we've got a problem. A diplomatic spat with one of our oldest and closest allies. A legislative agenda stalled in a debate over the size of infrastructure packages on Capitol Hill and bumping up against major deadlines. A genuine crisis at the southern border. A confusing federal reaction to a global pandemic. Call it a crisis of credibility or capability, but any way you slice it, it is chaos -- and that is precisely what President Joe Biden pledged to be the antidote for in his campaign.

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Opinion: What Dems in Congress don't get

There's a jarring disconnect between the political contest among Democrats in Washington, DC, and the reality of the danger faced by the country. It's a perplexing spectacle that undoubtedly pleases most Republicans -- especially Trump supporters -- and leaves many Democrats increasingly anxious.

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White House taking steps to release info to Congress about what Trump and his aides were doing as violence erupted at the Capitol

The White House is taking steps to release information to a congressional committee investigating the January 6 attack on the Capitol about what former President Donald Trump and his aides were doing as violence erupted that day, a decision that is likely to set up a legal fight with the former President and raise questions of executive privilege for anyone who serves in the Oval Office.

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Analysis: Bannon was knee-deep in Jan. 6

In the days leading up to the January 6 riot at the US Capitol that left five people dead and more than 100 police officers wounded, one man may have been whispering in Donald Trump's ear more than any other: Steve Bannon.

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Trump takes a shot at Lindsey Graham

In a new book, Sen. Lindsey Graham (R-SC) and Sen. Mike Lee (R-UT) reportedly questioned former President Donald Trump's lie that the 2020 election was stolen. Now, Trump is taking aim at the two senators who were his staunch allies while he was in office.

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Reporter on 'most prominent example' of establishment GOP rejecting Trump

CNN's Brian Todd reports on former President George W. Bush's recent move in apparent opposition to former President Donald Trump. Bush plans to hold a fundraiser for Rep. Liz Cheney (R-WY), who lost her House leadership role for rejecting former President Trump's election lies.

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Legal analyst breaks down the reality of Trump's lawsuit

CNN legal analyst Elie Honig takes a look at former President Donald Trump's lawsuit against his niece Mary Trump, as well as several New York Times journalists, for the disclosure of his tax information that was published in several New York Times articles.

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At UN, Biden was the non-Trump

In his first speech at the United Nations General Assembly on Tuesday, President Joe Biden committed America to eschewing a new cold war, pledging instead to lead with its allies in a spirit of unity and resolve to tackle and overcome two of the world's greatest challenges: climate change and the Covid-19 pandemic. The address was as transformative and expansive as any president has laid out in recent years.

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Bob Woodward: You could write a book on Lindsey Graham

Journalists Bob Woodward and Robert Costa, authors of the new book "Peril," describe Sen. Lindsey Graham's (R-SC) interactions with then-President Donald Trump in the days after the 2020 election.

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