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22  mai     19h40
How Trump’s 2020 Election Lies Have Gripped State Legislatures
Russell Goldman    A Times review of legislative votes and records reveals how lies about the election took hold in statehouses driving efforts to unravel a free and fair election
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Scorned by Trump, Mo Brooks Rises in Alabama Senate Race
Azi Paybarah    Mr Brooks a hard right representative seems to be making an unlikely comeback in a Senate race in which the Trump endorsement may not determine votes of Trump supporters
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Biden Arrives in Tokyo Seeking to Shore Up Support for Economic Plan
Jeremy W. Peters    The president will meet with his counterparts from Australia India and Japan
19  mai     21h29
Jan. 6 Inquiry Presses Republican Lawmaker About Capitol Tour
Reid J. Epstein and Shane Goldmacher    The leaders of the panel said they had evidence that Representative Barry Loudermilk escorted visitors through the Capitol complex on Jan though he has denied doing so
22  mai     18h12
Everybody Should Be Concerned’ About Monkeypox, Biden Warns
Peter Baker and Zolan Kanno-Youngs    Only one case of the virus has so far been identified in the U S but public health officials say the disease is likely to spread
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Josh Shapiro Defends Primary Ad Tying Doug Mastriano to Trump
J. David Goodman    Mr Shapiro the Democratic nominee for governor in Pennsylvania said he was eager to start the general election campaign
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Lara Logan, Once a Star at CBS News, Is Now One for the Far Right
Katie Glueck    The former chief foreign affairs correspondent is now a popular guest on podcasts hosted by vaccine skeptics and deniers of the election
21  mai     17h23
Perdue Had Trump. In Georgia, Kemp Had Everything Else.
   David Perdue challenged Gov Brian Kemp because of Donald Trump s fury over his loss Thoroughly outflanked and failing to gain traction he is now staring down defeat
22  mai     03h22
Rejecting Love Letters’ to North Korea, Biden Offers Carrots and Sticks Instead
   President Biden said he would consider expanding joint exercises with South Korea s military that were scaled back during the Trump administration
21  mai     09h00
Bush Dynasty, Its Influence Fading, Pins Hopes on One Last Stand in Texas
   George P Bush is running to unseat the incumbent attorney general His family once powerful in Texas has become an albatross as well as an asset
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Lucy McBath and Carolyn Bourdeaux Battle Over A Georgia District
   A primary for the new Seventh District outside Atlanta is forcing two popular incumbents Lucy McBath and Carolyn Bourdeaux to do battle