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The GOP’s Senate majority will fall to 52 when Kelly replaces Republican Martha McSally, who was appointed to John McCain’s seat but lost to Kelly.

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There are rules against meritless lawsuits and lies and the courts should apply them to Trump’s post-election litigation.

Biden is only the second Democrat in 70 years to win Arizona. In the final tally, he won by 10,457 votes, 0.3% of the nearly 3.4 million ballots cast.

President-elect Joe Biden has placed a premium on diversity among his Cabinet nominees and key advisors, aiming for a few firsts in his economic team.

Older Democratic appointees on the influential federal appeals courts could step aside when Biden assumes office. But if Republicans hold the Senate, they could block more liberal nominees.

President-elect Joe Biden will have an all-female communications team at his White House, led by campaign communications director Kate Bedingfield.

Wisconsin has finished its recount of votes cast in this month’s presidential election, with only minuscule changes in results. Biden defeated Trump.

ICE uses physical abuse, solitary confinement and false documents to force Black and African asylum seekers onto ‘death planes,’ The Times has found through interviews and legal documents.

President Trump spent his Thanksgiving renewing baseless claims that “massive fraud” and crooked officials in battleground states caused his election defeat.

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