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The move is just the latest step in Jones’ efforts to restructure his assets amid his legal troubles.
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Still, many key figures who voted to overturn the election on Jan. 6 will be in Congress this January.
Longtime donors who don’t love Trump are still embracing the far right — with their money.
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Nancy Pelosi continues to be a central figure in GOP ads, and the attack has become a punchline in campaign rallies.
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Harassment is worse for everyone from airport screeners to librarians to nurses: “That’s my Tuesday death threat.”
A new report says there’s "no end in sight" to the mis- and disinformation crisis, and tech platforms are ill-prepared for handling political disinformation ahead of the vote.
Conservatives built on an existing fallacy about Pelosi to reject a connection with years of vilifying the House speaker.
Many of the populist far-right parties on the ballot this year accomplished something perhaps even more significant than gaining seats in parliament: They’ve managed to bring their positions and rhetoric into the mainstream.
A journalist explains how the Republican Party is targeting younger voters.
Recent antisemitic language from prominent conservatives evokes age-old accusations that Jews are 'perpetual foreigners.'
An expert testified in an earlier trial that Jones and his companies were worth between $130 million and $270 million.
The rainbow fentanyl panic overshadows a drug overdose crisis that kills more than 100,000 Americans every year.
The House panel investigating the Jan. 6, 2021, attack on the U.S. Capitol voted unanimously to subpoena former president Donald Trump.
Even after being sued for defamation, Jones continued to profit, growing an empire marketing his conspiracies, and has reportedly received influxes of cryptocurrency from supporters.
In Arizona, Mark Finchem, a Trump-backed 'Stop the Steal' candidate says Google is blocking his site from the 'deep state algorithm.' The truth isn't so nefarious.