Maricopa County Recorder Stephen Richer said that the Cyber Ninjas' work was so poor that it would only ever convince conspiracy theorists.
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Whitehouse told reporters the exclusive oceanfront club "does in fact have diversity in membership."
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Critics argue that the Postal Service is betraying its duty to provide quality service to rural communities.
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Adams also accused Yang of trying to "prevent" a person of color from becoming mayor. "I've been Asian my whole life," Yang replied.
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A GoBankingRates survey found the majority supports blanket student-debt cancellation, and 20% think the government should stay out of loan forgiveness.
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Alejandro Werner suggested to the Financial Times that an "underused" property tax on the richest citizens could help equalize wealth.
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Hill resigned in 2019 after nude photos of her were leaked and she admitted to having a relationship with a campaign staffer.
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In an op-ed for The Washington Post, Katie Hobbs touted the For the People Act as a step to stop the "dismantling of voting rights."
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"Quite frankly it's sick that a sitting member of Congress who was here on January 6 whose lives were protected by Capitol Police can't even vote to honor them," he said.
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"I like Joe Manchin a lot, but ... I don't like the idea of taking the power to redistrict away from the state legislators," Graham said on Fox News.
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Lina Khan’s ascendance to the top of the FTC, and a set of bipartisan antitrust proposals, shows just how much has changed in Washington—and how suddenly.
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Rep. Ted Lieu, a Catholic, said the move was "nakedly partisan" and said "next time I go to Church, I dare you to deny me Communion."
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The governor vetoed part of the state budget containing the entire legislature's pay. Legislative staffers, however, will likely be hurt the most.
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Not every Senate Democrat is onboard with Biden's planned social programs or the methods to finance them and Republicans hope to split the difference.
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Igor Bonifacic Contributor Share on Twitter Igor Bonifacic is a contributing writer at Engadget. According to BuzzFeed News, Democratic Senator Ron Wyden and Representative Ted Lieu will introduce legislation later today that seeks to restrict police use of international mobile subscriber identity (IMSI) catchers. More commonly known as Stingrays, police frequently use IMSI catchers and cell-site simulators […]
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Gov. Tom Wolf, a Democrat, has promised to veto a Republican measure that would restrict voting by mail.
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"She's gonna be gone. Period. That's end of discussion," GOP candidate William Braddock said of his rival Anna Paulina Luna, per Politico.
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Five Nights at Freddy's creator Scott Cawthon announced his retirement about a week after outrage erupted over his donations to Republican lawmakers.
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The House vote is part of a growing bipartisan effort to scrap post-9/11 laws that gave presidents broad authority to wage war.
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"We have an enormous amount of work in front of us," Sanders said Thursday. He's pushing for aggressive federal action.
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