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Analysis: Why California's results are in line with the GOP taking the House in 2022

Democrats crushed Republicans in Tuesday's California recall election of Gov. Gavin Newsom. Newsom's overwhelming victory left little doubt that California is a deeply blue state, and a Donald Trump-endorsed candidate like Larry Elder doesn't come close to fitting the bill for the type of Republican the GOP needs to run in order to win in the Golden State.

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Watch Newsom speak after defeating recall effort

California Gov. Gavin Newsom addresses his supporters after surviving the GOP-backed recall effort. CNN projected that the governor will remain in office after a majority of voters voted "no" in Tuesday's recall election.

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Democrats, act now to protect US democracy from death spiral

Tuesday's party-line vote in the US Senate to kill debate on the For the People Act certified the modern Republican Party as officially anti-voting rights. Because many Republicans do not believe they can win national elections when every eligible American votes, they are no longer willing to protect the franchise for all citizens. Any Democratic senator who hopes for a future of bipartisan cooperation must act now to use the party's slim majority to protect voting rights and save our democracy from a death spiral.

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Ohio's Republican governor announces police reform bill

Ohio Republican Gov. Mike DeWine said Wednesday that a police reform bill is in the works, one of several police reform efforts underway nationwide in the wake of Tuesday's conviction of a former Minneapolis Police officer in the murder of George Floyd.

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Obamas on Derek Chauvin verdict: 'We cannot rest'

Former President Barack Obama and former first lady Michelle Obama praised Tuesday's guilty verdict in the Derek Chauvin trial, but emphasized that more work must be done to achieve justice.

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A glimmer of light for stopping the next pandemic

A year into this global pandemic, we have seen anything but an effective, coordinated approach among nations to address the crisis on a global scale. Amid this backdrop, Tuesday's news that a group of countries is pledging to work together to prevent future pandemics can be regarded only as a positive development for the world.

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