Republican officials of Arizona's Cochise County face criminal charges after they risked more than 47,000 people's votes for the 2022 midterm elections by refusing to certify them by the deadline.
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Atlantic writer Tim Alberta grew up in the evangelical church, the son of a pastor. His book, The Kingdom, the Power, and the Glory, examines why so many evangelicals are ardent Trump supporters.
According to the indictment, an Indian government employee recruited the defendant in May to orchestrate the plot, offering to secure the dismissal of a criminal case against him in India in return.
A special legislative session begins in Georgia to redraw the state's political maps after a federal judge ruled that the current district lines illegally dilute the power of Black voters.
Foreign policy doesn't always make headlines in presidential campaigns, but with the U.S. involved in two foreign wars — and facing a rising adversary in China, voters are paying more attention.
Ryan Fournier faces two misdemeanor charges, according to documents filed in a North Carolina court. The young conservative was credited with driving thousands of students to the polls in 2016.
NPR's A Martinez talks to GOP strategist Ron Bonjean about the political network of Charles Koch backing Nikki Haley in the GOP primary race. She has become increasingly popular among Republicans.
President Biden will be in Pueblo Wednesday to tout his administration's investments in clean energy jobs. He's also expected to take some swipes at right-wing Republicans.