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Georgia runoff closes out a difficult midterm cycle for Republicans
Georgia voters are casting their final judgments in the runoff between Democratic Sen. Raphael Warnock and Republican Herschel Walker in a contest that will shape the balance of power in the Democratic-controlled Senate next year.
He voted for Gov. Kemp but is supporting Sen. Warnock. Hear why
CNN's Don Lemon speaks with supporters of Democratic incumbent Sen. Raphael Warnock and Republican challenger Herschel Walker ahead of the Georgia Senate race to hear what's on voters' minds.
Trump Organization found guilty on all counts of criminal tax fraud
• Watch: Why Trump wasn't charged in Trump Org. felony scheme • House Jan. 6 committee has decided to make criminal referrals, chairman says • DOJ subpoenas officials in Wisconsin, Arizona and Michigan over the 2020 election • Ana
Blasts deep inside Russia hand Putin a fresh problem
• US is not preventing Ukraine from developing long-range strike capabilities, defense secretary says • Poll finds GOP support for US aiding Ukraine's war effort against Russia is declining
Stunning necklace found at burial site of powerful Anglo-Saxon woman
Archaeologists have discovered a stunning 1,300-year-old necklace, made of gold, garnets and other semiprecious stones, at an excavation site in central England earmarked for a housing development.
Iranian patrol boat tried to temporarily blind US Navy ships in Strait of Hormuz, US says
An Iranian patrol boat tried to temporarily blind US Navy ships in the Strait of Hormuz by shining a spotlight towards the vessels and crossing within 150 yards of them on Monday night, US Central Command said in a statement.
Florida officials investigating mysterious structure on beach
A structure unearthed on a Florida beach after recent storms could be a shipwreck from the 1800s, according to local officials.
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San Francisco supervisors bar police robots from using deadly force for now
San Francisco had been considering a policy to allow police robots to use deadly force in certain extreme cases. The Board of Supervisors sent the issue back to a committee for further discussion.
A former Florida congressman is arrested on charges of lobbying for Venezuela
A newly unsealed grand jury indictment alleges that former Rep. David Rivera, a well-connected Florida Republican, illegally acted on Venezuela's behalf.
People in Detroit jails say the cost of phone calls is prohibitive
People in Detroit jails are struggling to stay in touch with loved ones. The pandemic shut down in-person visits, and many find the cost of phone calls prohibitive.
Police who responded to the Capitol attack are awarded the Congressional Gold Medal
U.S. Capitol Police Chief Tom Manger says matters that led to the Capitol attack have been addressed and he's expanding field offices to be better prepared for threats against congressional members.
Trump Organization found guilty of all charges in tax fraud scheme
Former President Donald Trump's company has been found guilty of all charges in a long-running tax fraud scheme. A New York Jury found the Trump Corporation guilty on a combined 17 counts.
Encore: Evictions reach pre-pandemic levels in Los Angeles County
In Los Angeles County, evictions are reaching pre-pandemic levels as housing protections expire. Tens of thousands of residents could face eviction by the end of the year.
Former President Donald Trump's company is found guilty of criminal tax fraud
Trump and his company have repeatedly faced criminal investigations but this case marks the first time his company has been charged, tried, and convicted on criminal charges.
Hertz will pay $168 million to customers it falsely accused of stealing its cars
Faulty recordkeeping and failure to rescind police reports led to more than 360 false accusations by the rental car company, resulting in arrests, felony charges and jail time for some customers.
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Trump Organization found guilty of tax crimes after New York trial
The business is synonymous with the former president, but neither he or his family were on trial.
Georgia runoff: Senate race neck and neck as votes counted
The vote will determine whether President Joe Biden's Democrats win an outright majority in the Senate.
Top Republicans snubbed by family of deceased Capitol police officer
The family of deceased Capitol officer refuses to shake hands with top Republicans at an awards ceremony.
Club Q shooting: Colorado suspect faces 305 criminal counts
The attacker, armed with a rifle and wearing body armour, killed five in an LGBT nightclub.
Elon Musk's Neuralink firm facing animal testing investigation - report
Staff have complained that testing is being rushed and is causing needless deaths, Reuters reports.
US Capitol riot committee to make criminal referrals, chairman says
The House committee investigating the attack will make criminal referrals to the justice department.
Hertz to pay $168m for falsely accusing customers of theft
Some innocent customers say they were arrested after the car rental company accused them of theft.
Harry and Meghan's Netflix trailers criticised over 'misleading' clips
There are at least five allegations of footage or stills being used in editorially questionable ways.
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Trump Organization Convicted in Executive Tax Dodge Scheme
Donald Trump’s company was convicted of tax fraud on Tuesday in a case brought by the Manhattan District Attorney.
Was Iran’s Morality Police Really Abolished? What We Know
No Iranian officials have confirmed the abolishment of the morality police, and activists say claims otherwise undermine the movement.
Why Putin Fears My Father Alexei Navalny
Alexei Navalny's daughter, Dasha Navalnaya, writes about her father's conditions in Russian prison and what kind of father he is
Jan. 6 ‘Heroes’ Honored for Defending Capitol From Trump Mob
Law enforcement officers who defended the U.S. Capitol on Jan. 6, 2021 were honored with Congressional Gold Medals, praised as “heroes” for securing democracy.
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