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Nate Monroe: Reggie Gaffney wants a political dynasty. To get it, he'll have to outrun years of scandal


And Carter was counting on Gaffney to make good on his commitment because the vice presidency race that year was going to be unusually close; Gaffney was likely to be the decisive vote. But the ... Read More

Trump targeted: A look at the investigations involving the former president; from Russia to Mar-a-Lago


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Post Politics Now: Garland announces DOJ motion to unseal search warrant for Trump’s property


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Primary Elections: In 4 Swing States, Election Deniers Could Oversee Voting


Arizona and Michigan have joined Pennsylvania and Nevada in picking Republican candidates for governor and secretary of state who reject the 2020 outcome. They might do the same for future elections. Read More

Trump FBI raid: Agents seize Mar-a-Lago documents in unprecedented move


The FBI’s decision to execute a search warrant at former President Trump’s Mar-a-Lago home on Monday is "unprecedented" – especially for a non-sitting commander-in-chief and one who has indicated he ... Read More

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Biden signs bill boosting US chip manufacturing as he kicks off victory lap


President Joe Biden on Tuesday signed into law a bill aimed at boosting American chip manufacturing as he kicked off a victory lap to celebrate a string of wins in Washington. Read More

Senate Passes Climate and Tax Bill After Marathon Debate


Despite all Republicans being opposed, the vote was a major victory for President Biden and Democrats. The bill now goes to the House, where it is expected to pass by the end of the week. Read More

Wisconsin, Minnesota, Vermont, and Connecticut primaries


Wisconsin, Minnesota, Vermont and Connecticut — are holding primary elections on Tuesday. Follow here for live results and news updates. Read More

Slow tallies in close Kenya election raise fears of meddling


The head of Kenya’s government-created media council says local media outlets haven’t been asked to stop their counting of presidential election results after observers noticed a dramatic slowdown in ... Read More

Powerbrokers: How FPL secretly took over a Florida news site and used it to bash critics


When Florida Power & Light faced a spate of bad publicity and political blowback, a small but ambitious news website called the Capitolist sprang to the public utility’s defense. Read More

Turning Point event rallying votes against Rep. Rusty Bowers merely educational, organizers say


Groups under Turning Point's umbrella are getting involved in Arizona midterms, tip-toeing their way through election and campaign finance laws. Read More


Politics Today News Internal Politics May Influence Senate Race | RobinsPost News & Noticias

Nate Monroe: Reggie Gaffney wants a political dynasty. To get it, he'll have to outrun years of scandal


And Carter was counting on Gaffney to make good on his commitment because the vice presidency race that year was going to be unusually close; Gaffney was likely to be the decisive vote. But the ... Read More

Trump targeted: A look at the investigations involving the former president; from Russia to Mar-a-Lago


Investigations are nothing new for former President Trump, whose administration, and post-presidency, have been plagued by probes into his family's business, his campaign and more. Read More

Post Politics Now: Garland announces DOJ motion to unseal search warrant for Trump’s property


The national average for a gallon of gas has fallen below $4 for the first time since early March, a welcome development for President Biden and fellow Democrats. Read More

Wisconsin, Minnesota, Vermont, and Connecticut primaries


Wisconsin, Minnesota, Vermont and Connecticut — are holding primary elections on Tuesday. Follow here for live results and news updates. Read More

Primary Elections: In 4 Swing States, Election Deniers Could Oversee Voting


Arizona and Michigan have joined Pennsylvania and Nevada in picking Republican candidates for governor and secretary of state who reject the 2020 outcome. They might do the same for future elections. Read More

Gov. Tate Reeves inspired welfare payment targeted in civil suit, texts show


Mississippi’s former welfare director said he was acting on behalf of then-Lt. Gov. Tate Reeves when he funneled $1.3 million into a fitness program that the state is now targeting in its civil ... Read More

Election deniers could soon be one election away from running Arizona


There seem to be an endless number of Republican primary races in Arizona that all hinge on two things: The legitimacy of the 2020 election, which was challenged more dramatically in Arizona than any ... Read More

Profits over planet? Experts eye companies at crucial moment for climate change fight


Critics say corporate greed exacerbates climate change. Businesses say they create solutions to address it. What do the experts say? Read More

Editorial Roundup: Florida


He has also tapped Florida taxpayers for another $3.3 million in campaign money — with more to come. What makes that possible is the story of another great reform, corrupted by politicians in both ... Read More

Turning Point event rallying votes against Rep. Rusty Bowers merely educational, organizers say


Groups under Turning Point's umbrella are getting involved in Arizona midterms, tip-toeing their way through election and campaign finance laws. Read More

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