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newsweek.com Politics Jan 22, 2021, Friday
Fact Check: Does Biden's Executive Order Allow Transgender Athletes to Compete With Gender of Their Choosing?
President Joe Biden signed an executive order to combat discrimination based on gender identity and sexual orientation that some believe will force transgender female athletes to compete on women's sports teams.
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newsweek.com Politics Jan 22, 2021, Friday
Garret Miller, Man Who Posted Selfie at Capitol Riot 'to Incriminate Myself a Little,' Arrested
Garret Miller told a social media commenter during the Capitol riot that he and others had "stormed" the Capitol building.
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newsweek.com Politics Jan 18, 2021, Monday
MLK's Son, on MLK Day, Endorses Andrew Yang to Be NYC Mayor
"Andrew's commitment to a basic income is why I'm endorsing him," Martin Luther King III said, emphasizing that his father supported the idea.
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newsweek.com Politics Jan 15, 2021, Friday
Proud Boys Intended To Kill Mike Pence and Nancy Pelosi, FBI Witness Says
A group allegedly involved in the violent breach of the U.S. Capitol last week, including at least one self-proclaimed member of the Proud Boys, said that "they would have killed [Vice President] Mike Pence if given the chance," according to an FBI witness.
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newsweek.com Politics Nov 15, 2020, Sunday
Biden to Campaign in Georgia for Warnock and Ossoff in Runoff Elections Deciding Control of Senate
Ron Klain, Biden's upcoming chief of staff, said the president-elect will contribute "people, money [and] resources" to support the Democratic candidates' ongoing senatorial campaigns.
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newsweek.com Politics Nov 13, 2020, Friday
GOP, Democratic Fundraising Hauls Now Pouring Millions Into Georgia's Senate Runoff Elections
Prominent political figures have launched major fundraising efforts to support their parties' senatorial candidates in Georgia ahead of the January runoffs.
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newsweek.com Politics Nov 12, 2020, Thursday
Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez Raises $280,000 Overnight for Georgia Senate Runoffs Grassroots Organizing
"Georgia isn't a red state. It's a voter-suppressed state," the progressive representative from New York tweeted.
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newsweek.com Politics Oct 26, 2020, Monday
Exclusive: 600 U.S. Groups Linked to Chinese Communist Party Influence Effort with Ambition Beyond Election
Attempts by Beijing to sow unrest ahead of the U.S. election are just a small part of a concerted effort by China to expand its political and economic influence across America.
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newsweek.com News Oct 12, 2020, Monday
California GOP Accused of Setting up Unofficial Ballot Drop-off Boxes Across State
Ballot boxes pertaining to be official have been set up in several locations across California—and their legality has been brought into question.
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newsweek.com News Sep 15, 2020, Tuesday
'The Cavalry Is Coming:' Lincoln Project Joins With National Latino Groups To Boost Biden
A multimillion dollar effort launching on the first day of Hispanic Heritage Month is seeking to boost Joe Biden with Hispanic voters, Newsweek has exclusively learned.
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newsweek.com News Aug 15, 2020, Saturday
FedEx And UPS Dismiss Calls To Ship Mail-in Ballots Amid USPS Warnings Of Delays
Private companies are technically barred from handling state ballots.
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newsweek.com News Aug 15, 2020, Saturday
Ex-Minneapolis Cop Charged In George Floyd's Death Said He Was Watching 'Hostile' Crowd, Not Fellow Officers
Video released Friday shows one of the ex-Minneapolis Police Department officers charged in George Floyd's death telling investigators his job was to watch the "hostile" crowd nearby — not the deadly arrest.
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newsweek.com News Aug 13, 2020, Thursday
Editor's Note: Eastman's Newsweek Column Has Nothing To Do With Racist Birtherism
Some readers saw the essay's constitutional analysis as an attempt to ignite a racist conspiracy theory around Kamala Harris. That could not be further from the truth.
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newsweek.com Politics Aug 11, 2020, Tuesday
Two-Thirds Of Republicans Not Confident Election Will Be Fair After Trump Attacks Voting System: Poll
A majority of Democrats, 53 percent, said they were confident the election will be held fairly.
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newsweek.com News Jul 20, 2020, Monday
Judge Esther Salas Assigned To Epstein Deutsche Bank Case 4 Days Before Husband, Son Shot
Police have yet to establish a motive for the shooting at the U.S. District Court judge's New Jersey home.
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newsweek.com News Jul 06, 2020, Monday
McConnell's Wife's Family Business Appears on Trump Admin's List of Companies That Received Most PPP Money
newsweek.com News Jun 10, 2020, Wednesday
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newsweek.com U.S. May 27, 2020, Wednesday
Zuckerberg Says Twitter Is Wrong to Fact-Check Trump
""I just believe strongly that Facebook shouldn't be the arbiter of truth of everything that people say online," the Facebook CEO told Fox News. "In general, private companies probably shouldn't be."
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newsweek.com News Feb 27, 2020, Thursday
From 'Smoking Doesn't Kill' to Conversion Therapy—Mike Pence's Most Controversial Science Remarks
Vice President Mike Pence has some highly controversial "scientific opinions" that have raised more than a few professional eyebrows over the years, from climate change to creationism.
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