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This U.S. Election Could Be the Most Secure Yet. Here’s Why.

Voting machines. Our democracy depends on them to accurately record each and every ballot. You go to the polls, you cast your vote, your voice is heard. Right? Not so…

Black Family Reunions, a Wellspring of Political Wisdom, Evaporate in 2020

Bettie Griggs, a retiree in Los Angeles, was 12 years old and living in Louisiana when her mother received her first voter registration card in the mail. It was 1965.…

China Threatens to Detain Americans if U.S. Prosecutes Chinese Scholars

WASHINGTON — Chinese officials have told the Trump administration that security officers in China might detain American citizens if the Justice Department proceeds with prosecutions of arrested scholars who are…

Rapper Nuke Bizzle Is Arrested After Bragging About Unemployment Fraud in Video

A rapper who boasted in a music video about getting rich by fraudulently applying for unemployment has been accused of using stolen identities to obtain more than $1.2 million in…

‘Lock Them All Up’: Trump’s Whitmer Attack Fits a Damaging Pattern

As soon as President Trump was released from the hospital after being treated for the coronavirus, he and his allies began counting down the days until he could return to…

As the Virus Surges, Stark Differences Over What Is Around the Corner

As the coronavirus continued to surge in many parts of the United States, officials and experts offered starkly different outlooks on Sunday about what was to come and when the…

Colorado Wildfire Grows Into Largest in State History

BOULDER, Colo. — She was driving back to her home in the Colorado mountains on Saturday when she saw the ominous plume swirling into the sky. In an instant, Jyoti…

How Will the U.S. Combat Election Day Cyberwarfare? With Paper.

The 2016 U.S. election was a game changer for voting technology. Widespread Russian interference in our voting systems spurred new federal scrutiny of the country’s vast and fragmented election infrastructure.…

Refugees Who Assisted U.S. Military Denied Entry Into U.S.

WASHINGTON — The certificate of appreciation that Hanadi Al Haidari’s family received for providing shelter, food and translation services for the United States military still looks brand-new, without even a…

Trump Runs the Kind of Campaign He Likes, but Not the One He Might Need

In public, President Trump and his campaign team project a sense of optimism and bravado. When they meet with Republican donors and state party leaders, presidential aides insist they are…